The industrial action due on the 21st April 2015 has been cancelled. However, there are two remaining airports on strike from 11:00Z – 15:00Z. NOTAMS LI1B2071/2015 (ANCONA/FALCONARA) and L1B2073/2015 (VERONA/VILLAFRANCA) announce the local strike at Verona Villafranca (LIPX) and Ancona Falconara (LIPY) airports on the 21st April 2015.
Weston Aviation will be attending the 15th Annual EBACE (European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Geneva from the 19th – 21st May 2015.
The team of Nick Weston – Managing Director, Becky Carver – Operations Director and Nicky Cotterill – Senior Operations Officer (Newquay) will be attending to promote our four UK FBOs. (Newquay Cornwall, Durham Tees Valley, Humberside International and Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield).
We look forward to seeing you in Geneva!
An Italian ATC national strike has been called from 11:00Z to 15:00Z on the 21st April 2015.
NOTAM A2117/15A02 refers.
We can assist you with your fuelling requirements and can negotiate preferential rates at all our four UK FBOs. If you’d like to discuss this further, please contact us at email@example.com.
Posted 19th January 2015
On the 9th July 2012, Weston Aviation opened the doors of its fourth UK Business Aviation Centre and FBO at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield. This new Centre, lifts Weston Aviation to become the second largest FBO chain in the UK in terms of locations.
The facility will be managed by Stuart Graseley and his team, who all bring with them extensive experience in executive and commercial ground handling.
Nick Weston, Managing Director said ” Our newest Business Aviation Centre at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is a significant step forward for Weston Aviation as we continue to develop the business and taking our brand and expertise to a wider market. In what we do and how we operate differently to tradional FBO operators, gives clear added value to our partner airports. We look forward to serving our existing and new customs at Doncaster”
Weston Aviation the UK based, business and private aviation specialist, has opened its doors early ahead of its 1st June target date due to early demand for its services from the region. The Weston Aviation handling team along with Humberside Airport management welcomed the Embraer Phenom 100 from London Oxford based FlairJet and presented the crew with a bottle of champagne on arrival to mark the occasion.
Managing Director of Weston Aviation, Nick Weston welcomed the FlairJet crew as they touched down. “This is an excellent start to our new Business Aviation Centre at Humberside Airport. We were working hard towards opening on time for the 1st June and then we started to receive requests for handling dates in late May so we decided work around the clock to open the doors early to accommodate the high level of demand that we have received”.
Mike Chamberlain, Ground Operations Director at FlairJet added “We are delighted to be the first aircraft handled by Weston Aviation at Humberside. This extends a long standing relationship between FlairJet and its personnel and Weston Aviation and we wish them every success with their new venture”.
Paul Litten, Head of Business Development, Humberside Airport said; “Opening for business ahead of schedule due to demand, is a great indication of Weston Aviation’s future at Humberside Airport. The business secured in the first week of operating from a brand new dedicated fixed based operation, clearly demonstrates the strength of their reputation and the need for a business aviation facility in the region. We would like to take this opportunity to wish them every success for the future.”
Humberside Airport is the third UK FBO developed and operated by Weston Aviation, joining its other facilities at Durham Tees Valley and Newquay Cornwall Airports. Weston Aviation is a regional business airport specialist that works closely with its airport management teams to provide a high level business aviation handling and FBO services in conjunction with local charter sales and business aviation development.
FlairJet is the first European commercial operator of the both the Phenom 100 and Phenom 300 aircraft and currently operates three Phenom 100 and two Phenom 300 executive jets from its bases at London Oxford and Cannes airports.