Houston FBO To Debut with World’s Largest Canopy

Aviation International News » February 2013
The 32,800-sq-ft canopy at Houston’s Henriksen Jet Center can provide shelter for two  BBJs parked side by side.
The 32,800-sq-ft canopy at Houston’s Henriksen Jet Center can provide shelter for two BBJs parked side by side.
February 5, 2013, 4:30 AM

When its new FBO facility opens in early April, the Henriksen Jet Center at Houston Executive Airport will feature the world’s largest aircraft arrivals canopy. The 32,800-sq-ft structure is large enough to provide shelter for a pair of Boeing Business Jets parked side-by-side. The FBO has operated from temporary trailers since its inception in 2006. The new 22,500-sq-ft terminal at the privately owned business aviation airport will offer 24-hour aircraft fueling, ground handling operations, rental and crew cars, crew lounge, catering services and complimentary wireless Internet access. The airport offers a 6,610-foot runway and more than 120,000 sq ft of hangar space.

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