FBO for Ronaldsway, Isle of Man

Vines, Mike
June 2007
Business & Commercial Aviation;Jun2007, Vol. 100 Issue 6, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports that a $10 million executive jet facility is to be built at Ronaldsway Airport in the Isle of Man. An executive passenger terminal and a new hangar capable of holding six Citation Sovereign/Falcon 7X size aircraft are planned for the first phase. A local company, as yet to be named, will run the facility, which will offer maintenance and fueling.


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