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Jet Aviation acquires KLM Jet Center
The acquisition of Netherlands-based KLM Jet Center represents a significant step in strengthening Jet Aviation's position as a leading FBO service provider in Europe, and brings its global network up to 34 locations.
KLM Jet Center FBO director Edwin Niemöller will continue in his role as head of the Amsterdam and Rotterdam FBOs under Jet Aviation.

Jet Aviation has completed its acquisition of KLM Jet Center, a provider of FBO and handling services at Amsterdam and Rotterdam International airports.

Jet Aviation president Rob Smith says: “Amsterdam and Rotterdam are highly attractive destinations to business jet owners and operators. The two FBOs support more than 7,500 annual movements and extend high connectivity to Jet Aviation network customers. Like us, the KLM Jet Center is known for its capabilities, expertise, strong values and commitment to customer service. We are delighted to welcome all 34 employees to the Jet Aviation family.”

Edwin Niemöller, who has served as FBO director of the KLM Jet Center for more than a decade, will continue in his role as head of the two FBOs.

KLM Jet Center began its handling services to business aviation as part of KLM Northsea Helicopters in 1986. The company offers ground handling, customer and crew services, flight planning and fuelling to business and general aviation customers at both locations and its Amsterdam FBO has been voted one of the top ten FBOs in Europe in recent years.

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