Thu, Jun 09, 2011
Formerly Shared Space With Sister Company Business Jet
Business Jet Access (BJA) dedicated its new Dallas Love Field
facility Monday with an open house celebration. Located on
the West side of the airport along Denton Drive on 7.5 acres, the
50,000 square foot facility incorporates two large hangar bays and
a main office terminal building.
New Business Jet Access Facility
Business Jet Access had formally
occupied hangar and office space co-located with its sister
company, Business Jet Center, on the East side of the airport.
"This new stand-alone facility will
enable us to expand our business footprint at Love Field in order
to better serve our many customers, both regionally and
nationally,” said Brian Hoffman, General Manager of Business
Jet Access. “Here we have plenty of existing space for our
aircraft charter, management and FAA Part 145 Repair Station
business, and additional room to expand as our business
Besides receiving FAA Part 145 Repair
Station certification, BJA was recently renewed as an ARG/US
Platinum operator, as well as Phase 1 Certificate of Registration
for the successful implementation of the International Standard for
Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO).
Over the past several years, BJA has
steadily built its aircraft charter and management business and now
manages 12 aircraft and operates 11 of these on its FAR Part 135
Air Carrier Certificate.
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