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Northern Jet opens Orlando terminal
As Northern Jet solidifies its presence in Orlando, the grand opening of the terminal represents an exciting new chapter for the newly merged company.
The facility has been designed to cater to the unique needs of Northern Jet’s clientele.

Northern Jet has opened its newest customer terminal at Orlando Executive airport in Florida. Boasting more than 15,000sq ft of cutting-edge design and comfort, the terminal will serve as the central hub for the Part 135 operator’s entire Orlando-based team and clientele.

The inauguration of the terminal comes on the heels of the company’s recent merger with SpeedBird, which gave it a combined fleet of more than 40 charter aircraft with which the newly united company expects to fly over 20,000 charter hours this year.

“We are ecstatic to unveil this customer terminal in Orlando,” says CEO Chris Bull. “This facility represents our commitment to enhancing every aspect of our customers’ journeys. It is not just a terminal; it’s a testament to our dedication to luxury, convenience and innovation. We are proud to provide our esteemed clients with an unparalleled travel experience from the moment they enter our terminal.”

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