Farnborough Airport has taken the top spot in AIN’s 2023 international FBO survey, for the 17th year in a row.

AIN’s annual awards are based upon an industry-wide survey of pilots, flight crews and dispatchers. The Airport’s overall score also ranks Farnborough as one of the top five FBOs in the world.

“To be recognised in AIN’s annual International FBO Survey for 17 years in a row is a true testament to our entire team at Farnborough Airport who work tirelessly to provide exceptional customer service and operational excellence. We appreciate the importance of this prestigious accolade and are always extremely thankful for all the support from our customers, partners and the wider industry” said Simon Geere, Farnborough Airport CEO.

Farnborough Airport’s score in the 2023 AIN International FBO Survey ranks it among the top five FBOs in the world, which includes those located in the highly competitive North American market.

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The Airport’s operational facilities rank particularly highly, and this comes a month after the Airport announced the completion of the first phase of its 175,000 sq. ft state-of-the-art. and sustainably designed, new hangar facility – Domus III, which is due to open in early 2024.

“Farnborough Airport is the business gateway to Europe and beyond and we’re proud of our longstanding history of providing outstanding service and meeting the needs of our customers by continually improving our infrastructure and facilities,” said Simon Geere.

Farnborough Airport’s score in the 2022 AIN International FBO Survey ranked it among the top five% of all FBOs including those in North America, with its facilities category the highest this year overall. Its terminal is also among the highest globally in passenger amenities.

In 2022, the airport team set about on plans to increase climate-controlled hangar capacity with a £35million investment as well as enlarge and resurface the apron parking areas and rehabilitate the existing runway to allow for more efficient aircraft movement.
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