Flight Options Press Release

Flight Options adds facilities in Denver and Sacramento

Flight Options opens its first private terminal and regional service center in Denver; and announces plan for regional service center in Sacramento

CLEVELAND, OH (July 30, 2001) -- Flight Options, Inc., the nation's fastest growing fractional jet program, will open its first private terminal and regional service center this July at Denver’s Centennial Airport (APA). Additionally, the company will also open a regional service center in Sacramento this September at McClellan Park (formerly McClellan Air Force Base). 

The new facilities are the first in a number of private terminal and regional maintenance sites Flight Options plans to open.  The Denver facility features a two-story private terminal, as well as a 21,000 square-foot maintenance area.   The maintenance facility in Sacramento contains more than 40,000 square-foot of space.

“These new private terminals allow us to provide our owners a private setting for departures and arrivals, as well as more business services such as fax machines, copiers and conference rooms,” says Kenn Ricci, Flight Options chairman and chief executive officer.  Ricci added, “The service centers are staffed with Flight Options technicians who work exclusively on our aircraft, resulting in greater reliability and fleet readiness.” 

Flight Options, Inc. began its pre-owned fractional program in October 1998 and announced its 700th customer in June 2001, making it the fastest growing fractional jet program.  The company operates with an emphasis in bringing pre-owned jets to the fractional ownership market.  Flight Options offers fractional shares in its fleet of 88 aircraft, which includes the CitationJet, Citation II, Beechjet 400A, Citation V, Citation III, Hawker 800, Falcon 50, Challenger 601 and Gulfstream IV."

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