Sky Valet Connect partners with Trieste Airport


The Sky Valet Connect FBO network has announced an exclusive partnership with the business aviation terminal at Trieste Airport in Italy to support the growth of the platform’s business aviation traffic.

“I take great pride in the faith shown by Trieste Airport in Sky Valet by supporting the development of its business aviation traffic. The Sky Valet Connect offer will provide immediate access to the commercial power and the reputation of the brand and its network, and to heightened international visibility, while remaining independent. This latest success heralds a new step forward in our expansion program. It supports our ambition to create a denser regional network and to meet operators’ explicit needs, in particular by harmonizing the FBO offer in Europe,” said Michel Tohane, executive VP of Sky Valet and director of the general aviation business unit of the Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur Group.

“It is a good achievement for Trieste Airport to become part of an international network such as Sky Valet. Thanks to this agreement we will become, on an exclusive basis, the reference airport for all the general aviation in the northeast of Italy, making our infrastructures and the best hospitality available for our more demanding customers,” commented Vincenzo Zangrilli, Trieste Airport commercial director.

“Our region is located in an ideal crossroads which allows easy access to beautiful touristic summer and winter destinations, but also to key business cities in North Italy, Central and Eastern Europe. In the few last years we have invested €17.2m [US$19.2m] in creating a multimodal hub with top technologies, to ensure the best customer experience. Now, together with Sky Valet, we have all the tools to push Trieste Airport in a market segment that presents interesting growth potential,” he added.

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