WILLISTON, N.D. — Fargo Jet Center has entered into a joint venture with Denver-based Ross Aviation and Williston-based Overland Aviation to buy the assets of the current FBO at Sloulin Field International Airport (KISN). The new FBO will operate as Williston Jet Center.
“The joint venture between Ross, Overland and Fargo Jet brings together the resources and knowledge of three well-respected aviation companies,” says Jim Sweeney, president of Williston Jet Center. “Plans are underway for improving the existing facilities to accommodate the growth Williston has realized over the past couple of years.”
Tanner Overland has been named general manager of the new operation. Aircraft maintenance and air taxi charter services will be provided in cooperation with Fargo Jet Center.
Williston extends the Ross Aviation family of FBOs to 16 airports in nine states.