Hawthorne acquires Bama Air FBO
Hawthorne Global Aviation Services has acquired Bama Air, an FBO at Tuscaloosa Regional Airport.
The FBO operation has more than 75,000 square feet of hangar space and a 5,000 square foot passenger terminal.
“We are continuing to expand our FBO network and Hawthorne Tuscaloosa broadens our US geographic footprint.”
Bryon Burbage, president and CEO, Hawthorne Global Aviation Services said: “We are continuing to expand our FBO network and Hawthorne Tuscaloosa broadens our US geographic footprint. This location is a full service FBO with a wide range of amenities including aircraft management and aircraft maintenance along with warm hospitality you’d expect from any of the five Hawthorne FBOs nationwide. We are very pleased to be a part of the Tuscaloosa community and look forward to a long and productive relationship with the airport and the city.”
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NexPhase Capital (NPC) and Hawthorne Corporation formed Hawthorne in 2010 to pursue an FBO acquisition strategy. NPC provides the company with strategic advice.