SPOKANE, Wash., 6 June 2012. XN Air, a fixed-base operator (FBO) at Spokane International Airport, Wash., is enhancing its airport profile by joining Avfuel Corp. in Ann Arbor Mich., as an Avfuel-branded FBO. XN Air was acquired earlier this year by Ross Aviation in Denver, and has become the fifth FBO in the Ross Aviation family of FBOs to source its fuel and related services from Avfuel.
The FBO offers Safety First-certified line service technicians. Spokane International Airport offers on-field U.S. Customs service and uncongested Class–C airspace, and is a suitable tech-stop for Great Circle Route traffic between Europe and Southern California, company officials say. XN Air also offers flight-planning facilities, on-site catering, and full concierge services.
XN Air is a full-service FBO for corporate and private aircraft operators, offering pilot shop with navigation charts, flight briefing area, wireless internet, DirecTV, convenience store with snacks and beverages, pilot and passenger lounges, showers, laundry facility, and conference room, and concierge services. The FBO also offers airport terminal limousine shuttle, plane-side rental cars, and catering.
Avfuel provides fuel and fuel services for general aviation aircraft operators. Its clients include FBOs, airlines, freight companies, corporate flight departments, military special operations, and helicopter operators. The company has more than 2,000 locations worldwide.
In addition to XN Air, Ross Aviation operates Scottsdale AirCenter at Scottsdale Municipal Airport in Scottsdale, Ariz.; Santa Fe AirCenter at Santa Fe Municipal Airport in Santa Fe, N.M.; Denver AirCenter at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in Broomfield, Colo.; Premier Jet at McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad, Calif.; Corporate Aircraft at Fresno Yosemite International Airport in Fresno, Calif.; Great Circle Flight Services at Ted Stevens International Airport in Anchorage, Alaska; Miami Executive Aviation at Opa Locka Executive Airport in Miami; Laredo Aero Center at Laredo International Airport in Laredo, Texas; and Bradley Pacific Aviation with five locations in the Hawaiian Islands.
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