Ocean Sky hosts open travelers

Aviation International News » September 2009
September 1, 2009, 7:41 AM

FBO Ocean Sky Jet Centre hosted 74 aircraft that traveled to Prestwick Airport for the short drive to the British Open at Turnberry’s Ailsa Course, where five-time winner Tom Watson almost out-shot Stewart Cink for the championship title. Ocean Sky’s Prestwick FBO has added a golfing package service, which includes arranging tee times, hotels and transportation. Although it is sometimes necessary for American golfers to sit on a waiting list for a year for a tee time at Turnberry, Ocean Sky can expedite the process there and at St. Andrews or at any of the 37 courses in a one-hour radius of Prestwick.

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