FBO Shorts

December 2000
Business & Commercial Aviation;Dec2000, Vol. 87 Issue 6, p46
Trade Publication
Presents developments on commercial aeronautics as of December 2000. Designation of the Lexington facility of Steven Aviation as an authorized Raytheon/Beechcraft service center; Certification granted to FlightSafety International Inc.; Expansion of the hangar and office space of North American Jet.


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