Ross Aviation has successfully completed the purchase of the AirFlite FBO at the Long Beach Airport in Long Beach, California.
The AirFlite facilities, built by Toyota in 1989, consist of a four-story executive terminal with a pilot’s lounge, conference rooms, VIP lounge, flight planning room, passenger lobby, crew rest area, computer work stations with wireless internet, office space and 132,000-square-feet of hangar space for aircraft storage and maintenance.
The FBO was built to serve the needs of the Toyota Flight Department and will continue to support Toyota on a transient basis for storage and maintenance.
“We are excited about completing the purchase of the AirFlite FBO from Toyota Motor Sales. This is an excellent addition to our growing chain of FBOs” said Jeff Ross, CEO of Ross Aviation.
Ross Aviation acquired six former Landmark Aviation FBOs from BBA Aviation earlier this year at White Plains, New York, Washington Dulles, Scottsdale, Arizona, Fresno, California, Palm Springs–Thermal Airport, California, and Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Alaska.