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Best Jets International Receives FAA Diamond Award of Excellence

Source: Aviation Pros

March 7, 2018

Minneapolis, MN - Best Jets International's Maintenance Department is proud to receive the FAA Diamond Award of Excellence for Maintenance Training. This is the highest award given to select employers with 100% of its eligible employees receiving individual Training Awards from the FAA.

"Every member of our maintenance team currently attends manufacturer training yearly," said Safety Manager Brandon Grell. "The additional training to achieve the FAA's Diamond Award shows the uncompromising commitment to safety within every aspect of our operation," he added.

This is the first FAA Diamond Award for Best Jets International which also has Flight Safety International Master Technicians in the Maintenance Department. The Company will strive to continue meeting this prestigious standard in the coming years.

About Best Jets International:

Founded in 1995, Best Jets International is a full-service Part 135 air charter and aircraft management company with global operating authority.

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Minneapolis-area Airport To See New Bizav Development

Source: AIN Online / Curt Epstein

January 8, 2018

Minneapolis-based charter/management provider Best Jets International will soon break ground on a new hangar complex at St. Paul Downtown Airport, the first new lease development at the Minnesota airport in more than a decade. Both of the new structures in the multimillion-dollar project will have 19,200 sq ft for aircraft storage, as well as adjoining passenger lobby, offices, and maintenance areas.

The company will continue to operate from its current base at Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport until the completion of construction, expected around the end of this summer.

"Our new hangars will give us the space we need to accommodate the growth of our client base and number of aircraft under management," stated Larry Gregg, the company's vice president of operations. "The addition of a fuel farm and ground equipment will also allow us to expand our capabilities."

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