Sporavia and Aviastec plan FBO at Spanish airport

Aviation International News » June 2010
May 26, 2010, 6:08 AM

On May 4, Sporavia and Aviastec signed a 30-year lease with CR Aeropuertos for a four-acre lot at Ciudad Real Airport south of Madrid, where the companies will build a new full-service FBO. Ciudad Real Airport has a Category III ILS-served 13,000-foot runway and is open 18 hours a day. FBO services and amenities will include 54,000 sq ft of hangar space, catering, cafeteria, fuel, de-icing, rental cars and limousine availability, pilot lounges, flight planning rooms, conference rooms, rest areas, VIP lounges, customs and security, access to aircraft by private vehicles, aircraft sales and management.

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