Signature aviation, The world’s largest FBO operator, TAC Air has completed the FBO chain purchase. First announced in May, the transaction brings signature flight support to 227 wholly owned and authorized locations on its network.
TAC Air had 16 FBOs but those three sites ব্র Bradley International Airport in Connecticut, Omaha, Nebraska Apeli Airport, and Raleigh-Durham International Airport াক্ষ were already the only other service providers, each requiring a one-off disconnection. Instead of signatures, they sell them to Atlantic Aviation.
At Denver’s Centennial Airport, Dallas Love Field and Arizona’s Scottsdale Airport, the acquisition further enhances Signature’s on-field presence with additional benefits. But the purchase represents the early arrival of signatures at 11 other locations, including Salt Lake City, Utah; Lexington, Kentucky; Buffalo, New York; Amarillo, Texas; Shreveport, Louisiana; And Knoxville, Tennessee. Signature wants to keep employees in those positions and hopes to fully integrate the benefits into its network by the end of the year.
“TAC Air is an example of indigenous success, and we are delighted to be able to share TAC Air’s multifaceted heritage with more than 600 employees in the signature team,” said Tony Lefebvre, CEO of Signature Aviation. “We aim to build TAC Air’s exceptional staff and impressive network, creating more value and care for private pilots in the most desirable locations.”