FBO Transformation

Ocean Sky’s CEO Stephen Grimes has claimed that the new jet centre affirms the company’s strong commitment to growth. (Ocean Sky)

Ocean Sky’s CEO Stephen Grimes has claimed that the new jet centre affirms the company’s strong commitment to growth. (Ocean Sky)

Private aviation company Ocean Sky has announced a “multi-million pound transformation” of its fixed base operation (FBO) at London Luton Airport, in preparation for an increased amount of international passengers during the London 2012 Olympics.
The enlarged facilities – which will cater to all types of business aircraft, including helicopters – will also include a passenger lounge, a concierge service and “seamless screening.”  Sources at Ocean Sky claim that the company will be able to handle up to three times as much business as a result of the improvements, which are scheduled for completion in the late summer.
Ocean Sky CEO Stephen Grimes commented:  “We are forecasting a significant increase in turnover at Luton following the new FBO’s opening.  With space for up to 30 aircraft at any one time, we will have the capacity in our first year to double our annual movements.”