Signature Flight Support begins operations at 200th FBO location

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Signature Flight Support has commenced operations at the FBO formerly operated by Airborne Aviation at Stewart International Airport (SWF) in Newburgh, New York, bringing the total number of FBOs operated worldwide by Signature to 200.

The company commenced operations at SWF on July 7, 2016, and the FBO will be a fully branded Signature Flight Support location, offering Signature TailWins and Signature Status benefits for its customers once the operational transition is fully completed.

“Our long-standing, collaborative relationship with the Port Authority of New York/New Jersey is exemplary. Signature has invested heavily in the two states and we have a long-term, optimistic view for business and general aviation in New York and New Jersey.

“We are excited to add to our northeast portfolio and look forward to bringing Signature’s world-class service and safety to Stewart International Airport,” stated Maria Sastre, president and COO for Signature Flight Support.

“Signature Flight Support offers unparalleled hospitality and service, making it a vital asset to Stewart International Airport,” said Ed Harrison, general manager of Stewart International Airport.

“Today’s announcement highlights the Port Authority’s efforts to position the airport for growth while encouraging air service development opportunities beyond commercial and cargo. We look forward to this continued partnership as it helps to strengthen our airport’s role as an economic driver that creates jobs for the region.”

July 11, 2016

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