Flight Services Co-Ordinator, Alison Williams, at welcome desk of new Cambridge Jet Centre at Cambridge City Airport
Cambridge City Airport opened its new Jet Centre on Friday, (November 1) offering in-house FBO services to its executive business charter customers.
Investment has included redesigning and rebranding the existing centre on Newmarket Road, to offer up-to-the minute facilities and bring it in line with its eye-catching new pink and blue colour scheme, introduced this summer as part of its plans to grow its executive charter business.
Passengers will have a seamless transition from the welcome desk through the FBO to the executive VIP lounge, which includes modern comfort facilities, complimentary refreshments and new private business centre, as well as pilot and crew lounge.
It also incorporates state-of-the-art conference facilities for up to 14 delegates, with projector and telecoms facilities, as well as uninterrupted panoramic views across the airfield and for miles into the Cambridgeshire countryside.
“The services we offer have been implemented specifically with our passengers front and centre of our strategy, to provide up-to-the-minute comfort, safety and relaxation and allow them to maximise their valuable time,” said Airport Director, Kevan Craske.
“Cambridge City Airport is an important local facility that local businesses rely on. They deserve the best facilities available, so we’ve worked hard to provide them.”
FBO facilities include aircraft, passenger and baggage handling, refueling, security, customs and immigration services, as well as passenger and pilot relaxation areas and business facilities.
Cambridge City Airport is owned and managed by Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, who have been making significant investment in the airport in recent months, including appointing Kevan Craske as Director in August and revamping the airport’s corporate image and website.