Kona’s New Private Jet Destination The Big Island Is Getting A Brand New FBO

Two large hangars and a 7,000-square-foot executive terminal.

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For tourists to Hawaii, the main to an unforgettable tour is to escape the tourist sections and discover the diversity of the lands, – the hill forests, coffee plantations, secluded bays and inlets, quiet towns. The huge island gives all those diversions plus a top class resort, exclusive homes, live volcanoes, and amazing oceanside golf courses and currently, tourists who fly in through private jet will soon find upgraded, brand new options at KONA’s ELLISON ONIZUKA worldwide airport, at KEAHOLE, the venue’s main airport.

This will be the initial new top class facility for private jets to made anyplace in the Hawaiian lands in decades, according to the developers. They plan to break ground on the program by the end of 2018. Our extraordinary facilities, attention to details and an expert staff dedicated to client service will be the new level of aloha spirit in the place, says Clayton, one of the principles in AV 8.

The venue will compromise 2 huge hangars sand 7k square foot (SF) executive terminal. The hangars will verify to the recent building codes to make sure they can withstand winds/storms and will be spacious enough to accommodate the biggest individual jet, including Global 8000 and the Gulfstream 650.
The ramp roadway will support every corporate aircraft, as-well-as commercial size jets like the Airbus A319 and B737-800.

The new terminal will welcome explorers with a super design that reflects the exclusive character of the venue, featuring a 40-foot top atrium to capture the natural light.

The design plans to express the “spirit of aloha,” the corporation says while giving state of the art advanced amenities that explorers expect—from top speed Wi-Fi to additional huge plush restrooms and dedicated conference places.

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