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Ross Aviation Acquires Stuart Jet Center

Company Expands Its East Coast Reach

Denver-based Ross Aviation has revealed their acquisition of Stuart Jet Center at Witham Field in Stuart, Florida. Stuart Jet Center’s location makes an accessible alternative to West Palm Beach airport.

On their website, Stuart Jet Center mentions hangar space being large enough to accommodate aircraft as large as a Global 7500 & Gulfstream 650 class. They are known for their large 53-acre campus, 15-acre ramp, and 371,000 square feet of hangar space.

Brian Corbett, Chief Executive Officer of Ross Aviation, said, “In addition to its convenient location to South Florida and the Palm Beaches, Stuart Jet Center has one of the top-ranked service teams in the country and long-standing reputation for operations excellence. Members of the team have been contributors to business aviation in Florida for decades, and the opportunity to partner with them is a big win for us – and an important part of our strategic network expansion in Florida, and nationwide.”

“Dan, Doug, and Jeff Capen will continue to play an important role in leadership at Stuart Jet Center,” Mr.Corbett continued, “with Dan Capen serving as vice president and general manager of the facility. Dan and his family’s values and standards align well with our Flight Hospitality promise to customers and, together, we’re committed to making a great facility even stronger.”

Ross Aviation continues to expand its operations on the east coast with Stuart Jet Center being their second location in Florida. Additionally, the company operates locations near NYC, Boston, and the Cayman Islands.



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