Baer Air (KMLB)
announces its official name change to Apex Executive
Jet Center (AEJC) as it expands and upgrades its
facilities and services.
AEJC will continue
its partnership with Avfuel as a branded FBO and
will expand its storage and deliverable capabilities
over the next year.
2003 as Baer Air, the company started its operations
as an FAA certified charter company, providing
limited scheduled service to Florida and Bahamian
destinations with piston aircraft. Since then, the
company has grown to provide both turboprop and jet
aircraft for its charter division, full FBO
services, and aircraft management and maintenance.
“As we routinely
provided aircraft maintenance and services to our
own fleet, we quickly realized the need for a
first-class FBO that could satisfy the needs of the
Melbourne International Airport, transit aircraft
and tenants,” said
president of Apex Executive Jet Center. “Our charter
fleet is growing and we will be adding FAA certified
air ambulance services this year. These past four
years, we’ve brought on a number of line technicians
and customer service representatives with a combined
work experience of more than 40 years.”
The Apex Executive
Jet Center’s new FBO operations quickly flew to new
heights. In order to better serve its customers, the
FBO now plans for major expansions, with a breaking
ground ceremony in April. The items to be expanded
include the operation’s ramp, facility and services.
The new 60,000 square foot ramp will be able to
accommodate aircraft up to a Boeing Business Jet. A
new 28,000 square foot facility will include a
five-star executive FBO terminal, corporate offices
for lease, hangar space and unmatched hospitality.
With the expansion
of its facilities, Apex Executive Jet Center will
also expand its team. Guests will still be welcomed
with the smiling faces they’ve grown to know and
trust, but the addition of team members will enable
the FBO to serve more customers more efficiently.