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Ross Aviation takes more location into Paragon
Paragon Aviation Group has added nine new Ross Aviation FBO locations to its Paragon Network. They join the three existing Ross Aviation FBOs on the membership and bring total network numbers to 70 globally.

Paragon Aviation Group has added nine more Ross Aviation FBOs to its Paragon Network, located across the US at Scottsdale, Arizona; Anchorage, Alaska; Fairbanks, Alaska; Bedford/Boston, Massachusetts; Sarasota, Florida; Hyannis, Massachusetts; Worchester, Massachusetts; Fresno, California; and Westfield, Massachusetts. Their Ross Aviation counterparts at White Plains, New York; Long Beach, California; and Palm Springs/Thermal, California have been members of the network since 2016. The Paragon Network has now grown in number to 70 FBOs around the world in 20 countries.

Ross Aviation currently operates 17 FBOs under the Ross Aviation, Rectrix Aviation, Alaska Aerofuel, Island Air and Great Circle Aviation Services banners. The Fairbanks location operates as Alaska Aerofuel while the Westfield, Hyannis, Sarasota, Worchester and Bedford/Boston FBOs operate as Rectrix.

“Ross Aviation has always been focused on safety, a commitment to customer service and providing the best FBO facilities possible,” says Paragon Aviation Group president Megan Barnes. “We appreciate its trust in our network and look forward to enhancing each customer's experience through these additional member locations. Our continued focus on partnering with the finest FBOs in the marketplace, coupled with our focus on safety, service, reliability, quality and value, provides a confidence level that every customer deserves.”

Ross Aviation CEO Brian Corbett adds: “Based on our past success with the Paragon Network, we are confident that broadening our membership will fuel additional growth for Ross Aviation and our expanding portfolio of FBOs. We look forward to welcoming new Paragon members who expect consistently outstanding experiences delivered by compassionate and caring professionals.”

The Paragon Network is a membership of elite FBOs and international handling agents around the globe. Paragon Aviation Group performs a comprehensive audit of the facilities and service offered to ensure the quality of the member base, and each member FBO must comply with a set of strategically developed core standards.

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