Premier Private Jets has nearly completed extensive FBO facility renovations at Michigan's Oakland County International airport, totalling $1.5 million.
Renovations include a fully redesigned lobby, full-service aviation catering kitchen, a new pilot's lounge and added office space.
“With private air travel increasing our expansion is a direct response to these new industry demands and the reality that more people are choosing to avoid busy commercial airport terminals,” says Josh Birmingham, chief executive officer of Premier Private Jets. “Premier remains agile, and we've done everything possible to continue to grow by investing in cutting-edge facility updates to ensure we exceed the expectations of our discerning clientele.”
Premier's executive chef Marcus Raymond adds: “Until now there have not been major changes in menu and service options at this airfield. The enhancements we are making are key in setting us apart in this industry, and catering will focus on a variety of choices, including lifestyle menus and hearty classics, customised for each client.”