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Weston adds Brighton City airport to The Collection portfolio
Brighton City airport joins London Southend airport and Cambridge City airport in Weston's Collection of network locations.
Brighton City airport has joined Weston Aviation's The Collection network portfolio.
Read this story in our November 2023 printed issue.

UK and Ireland-based Weston Aviation has added Brighton City airport to its portfolio of network locations.

The Collection was created as an alliance that enables Weston Aviation to further expand its network by working closely and collaboratively with other airport owners and independent FBO operators to champion the use of these regional airports and increase audience reach.

“We are delighted to add Brighton City airport to The Collection, and we look forward to working closely with Rob and the team to assist them in further developing their business aviation activity at the airport and offer our support and experience in the regional airport FBO market,” says CEO and founder Nick Weston.

Rob Cooke, managing director of Brighton City airport, adds: “We are very pleased to be joining Weston Aviation's UK and Ireland network of locations, which comes at a perfect time for us as we look to relaunch our FBO services with a new facility and direction.”

Weston Aviation operates five FBO and business aviation facilities in the UK and Ireland at Gloucestershire airport, Cornwall airport Newquay, Humberside airport, Manchester airport and Cork airport. Formed in 1995, it is the second largest FBO network in the UK and Ireland.

Brighton City airport is the oldest continuously licensed airport in the UK and one of the busiest in general aviation in terms of movements. The airport has a diverse client base that includes the military, law enforcement, air ambulance, corporate jets, helicopters, flight training schools, private charter companies and the Coastguard.

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