Weston Aviation adds new FBO


UK-based Weston Aviation has been awarded the FBO concession at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield

Aviation has been awarded the FBO and business aviation concession at Robin
Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield. The company now has four FBOs around the
country. This addition now makes the company, the second largest UK
chain of FBOs in terms of locations.

and managing director Nick Weston said “When we opened our first location in
2002, our strategy was to establish quality FBO services at developing regional
airports where there were no such services previously, and through the
uniqueness of our product, our established Business Aviation Centres
have all been successful and have seen year on year growth.”

continued “Now after ten years of operation, we wanted to take the company to
the next level and bring our services to a larger, established 24 hour
operational airport and the opportunity that Robin Hood Airport Doncaster
Sheffield offered us fitted this ambition and strategy perfectly. This new partnership
with the airport also continues our relationship with Peel Airports Limited
following our opening in 2004 at Durham
Tees Valley

new Business Aviation Centre will start operations on 9 July 2012 and the
current handling team at the airport will join Weston Aviation as part of the
concession award. “We are pleased that we will be able to offer on-going
familiarity to our customers and a smooth transition of this service by
welcoming the existing FBO team to Weston Aviation” said Becky Carver, Weston
Aviation general manager, who will be responsible for the new location.

Gill, airport director at Doncaster
Sheffield Airport
added, “We see tremendous potential to develop additional business through the
airport, complementing the existing scheduled and charter passenger services.”

Aviation has a proven track record for attracting business aviation, cargo
flights and ad-hoc charters and we believe the time is right to establish Doncaster Sheffield Airport
in these important markets that will benefit not just the airport but
businesses across the region too,” Gill concluded.