Canada-based aviation service provider Skyservice is continuing its expansion into the U.S. with plans to establish what will be the second FBO at California’s Napa County Airport (KAPC).
The company will begin operations there next month from a temporary modular facility but expects to break ground by mid-2023 on its permanent home.
The new Titan Fuels-branded complex will consist of a 20,000-sq-ft, two-story terminal featuring an upstairs restaurant with dining on an outdoor patio, a passenger lounge with refreshment bar, A/V-equipped conference rooms on both levels, a pilot lounge, quiet rooms, and shower facilities.
An adjoining 40,000-sq-ft hangar will be able to accommodate the latest ultra-long-range business jets.
“We are excited to develop a private jet facility that will serve as the pinnacle gateway to one of North America’s most renowned recreation hubs,” said company president and CEO Benjamin Murray. “Our expansion in Napa demonstrates our commitment to providing world-class private aviation services in North America, supporting local communities and their economies.”
The company also recently opened an FBO at Oregon’s Redmond Municipal Airport-Roberts Field (KRDM).