Lynx FBO Network to acquire Pittsburgh FBO

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce November 8, 2018 17:53

Lynx FBO Network to acquire Pittsburgh FBO

Houston, TX – Lynx FBO Network, a portfolio company of The Sterling Group, has reached an agreement to acquire the FBO assets of Voyager Jet Center (Voyager Jet) at Allegheny County Airport in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The acquisition will mark Lynx’s sixth FBO location and third FBO acquired this year.

“We believe the Pittsburgh market, and its rise as a global innovation city, is a perfect complement to our growing network of FBOs and we look forward to working with the Allegheny County Airport Authority (ACAA), Voyager Jet and the local FBO team to deliver a best-in-class service offering for our customers in the Mid-Atlantic region,” said Matt DeLellis, Chief Financial Officer with Lynx.

Voyager Jet will continue to operate its executive aircraft management, private jet charter, corporate jet sales and maintenance businesses out of the same facilities, now as a tenant of Lynx.  Charles P. Falce, Chief Executive Officer of Voyager Jet, added, “We are excited to be partnering with a national FBO operator with Lynx’s pedigree on this journey.  This is a positive move for our customers, our employees, the Allegheny County Airport, and the local aviation community.”  Voyager Jet has been offering premier private jet services at AGC since its inception in 2001 with the goal to delight every customer, every time by delivering exceptional aircraft service, trusted advice, and an uncompromised dedication to safe, secure travel for those who choose private aviation.

Lynx is a growing network of FBOs with locations in Destin, Florida, Minneapolis (Anoka), Minnesota, Portland (Aurora), Oregon, Little Rock, Arkansas, Napa, California and soon Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The Lynx team is comprised of industry veterans who have worked together building FBO networks over many years, serving in management roles at numerous large FBO networks including Landmark Aviation, Atlantic Aviation and Trajen.

Terry Spruce
By Terry Spruce November 8, 2018 17:53

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