Sugar Land Airport announce new name for FBO
Oct. 25, 2010, Sugar Land, TX - Using the same recipe for success that has transformed a small general aviation airport into the nationally recognized star that it is today, the Sugar Land Regional Airport proudly announces the re-branding of its FBO as Global Select.
October 25, 2010 By Wings Magazine
“Launching a new name will allow us to market the FBO independently from the City’s airport,” said Phillip Savko, Director of Aviation for Sugar Land Regional Airport. “Typically, FBOs that are run by municipalities have an unfavorable reputation. Global Select’s new facility and top-notch amenities set it apart. This new campaign will help us spread awareness throughout the industry.”
Global Select is unlike other city-owned FBOs in the industry. Located within the 20,000 SF “ranch style” terminal building, the FBO offers state-of-the-art amenities and conveniences to its patrons.
Under its new name, Global Select will continue to offer the same red-carpet, VIP service it has always provided. Some of its standard services include: aircraft ground services; concierge- style customer service; onsite U.S. customs services; gourmet catering; NATA Safety 1st certified line service crew; 24-hour service available; Quick Turn Service Available; GPU and LAV Service; Shell-branded fuels; and complimentary coffee, newspapers and ice. With over half a million square feet of apron for aircraft parking, Global Select is able to provide safe ramp operations for even the largest business aircraft.
In addition, the Global Select facility features superior amenities not typically found at other FBOs, including multiple full-service conference rooms available for complimentary use by fly-in customers; a private executive lounge; crew cars; two onsite rental car agencies; and a Professional Crew Suite, complete with a flight planning office, state-of-the-art media room with free videos; exercise room, quiet/snooze rooms, kitchen and shower facilities, WSI Pilot brief, Wi-Fi and a private office.
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