Jet Aviation San Juan reopens after hurricanes
Jet Aviation’s San Juan Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport FBO has returned to full operation after being closed due to the recent hurricanes in the Caribbean.
Jet Aviation has returned to full FBO operations at San Juan and is coordinating humanitarian flights to areas affected by the hurricanes that devastated Puerto Rico and the rest of the region.
“Our FBO has power and water and can be reached by normal access roads. We’re providing full service including fuelling, ground handling, and aircraft service and parking on our ramp.”
John Langevin, vice president, Jet Aviation FBO Operations, North America, said: “Our FBO has power and water and can be reached by normal access roads. We’re providing full service including fuelling, ground handling, and aircraft service and parking on our ramp. We are operating with email and cell-phone service and are taking reservations and service requests from customers.”
He said the FBO is coordinating nearly all of the humanitarian relief flights arriving at the airport to help the residents of Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands.
“Thanks to our strong and dedicated FBO team, we were able to resume operations as the only functioning FBO at the airport last Friday, just 24 hours after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico. Our team is putting all of its expertise and effort behind this monumental humanitarian relief effort,” added Langevin.