Business as usual during Fargo Jet Center remodeling
Jan. 4, 2008, Fargo, ND – Work has begun at Fargo Jet Center, Inc. (FJC) on a major remodeling project, although customers and travelers won’t be inconvenienced.
January 4, 2008 By Carey Fredericks
Jan. 4, 2008, Fargo, ND – Work has begun at Fargo Jet Center, Inc. (FJC) on a major remodeling project, although customers and travelers won’t be inconvenienced. The passenger terminal, pilot’s area and flight planning facility will be temporarily relocated to an adjacent terminal, just 300 feet west.
“We’ve spent many hours preparing for this renovation to ensure our customers are not inconvenienced,” says Jim Sweeney, President, Fargo Jet Center. “Customers will receive the same outstanding service during construction they’ve grown accustomed to at Fargo Jet Center,” adds Sweeney.
The remodeling project has been underway since fall of 2007 and includes upgrades and reconfiguration of the passenger and pilot facilities; construction of new maintenance organization offices and technical work space in the maintenance hangar. Completion of all the renovation is projected for Spring of 2008.
“Our customers, pilots and crews will see tremendous improvements in the new terminal and pilot lounge/planning areas. In addition, our work efficiencies will increase significantly with the improvements in our new workspace, maintenance and administrative office areas. It will all help us better serve our customers by providing them a better experience,” said Sweeney.
Fargo Jet Center’s main facility was built in 1995 with additional hangars and office space added in 1998. Total occupied space exceeds 210,000 sq. ft.
Fargo, Jet Center, Inc. is the largest aviation service organization in the Upper Midwest. Consistently ranked among the top FBOs in North America, FJC is a ChevronTexaco fuel dealer, award winning aircraft maintenance and avionics repair station and aircraft dealer. FJC also operates a fleet of charter aircraft, a flight school, provides aircraft management services and opportunities for fractional aircraft ownership.