Sugar Land Tops AIN FBO Survey, Wilson Air MEM 2nd
The top FBO in the AIN 2010 FBO Survey–released this morning–is once again Texas City of Sugar Land-owned and operated Sugar Land Regional Airport west of Houston. Long-time favorite Wilson Air Center’s Memphis, Tenn. base took second place, the same spot it held last year after a long run of first-place finishes. This year, Tampa International Jet Center made a big move from eighth place last year to capture third place. Toyota-owned AirFlite (Long Beach, Calif.) moved up to fourth place, followed by Pentastar Aviation’s Michigan base in fifth place. Meridian Teterboro moved down slightly to sixth place. Banyan Air Services retains its seventh-place slot, followed by Million Air Addison in eighth, Jet Aviation Palm Beach in ninth and Business Jet Center Dallas in 10th place. For more results and a printable listing of the top FBOs, go to AINonline.com/resource-center/. In addition, be sure to try the new searchable online AIN FBO Survey that can quickly sort this year’s FBO ratings by city or airport.