Private Airport Clubs Marketing & Advertising

What is an Airport?

What is a Private Airport?

What is a Private Airport?

“Airport” means an area of land or water used for or intended to be used for landing and takeoff of aircraft, including appurtenant areas, buildings, facilities or rights-of-way necessary to facilitate such intended use.



What is a Private Airport?

What is a Private Airport?

What is a Private Airport?

A private airport is any airport that is not open to the public and one that’s used by general aviation and private aviation but is ineligible for use by scheduled airline travel. Private charter flights can sometimes access privately owned airports, so long 

as the owner  or operator grants permission beforehand.


What is FBO?

What is a Private Airport?

FBO services include:

FBO (fixed-Base Operator) is an organization granted the right by an airport to operate at the airport and provide aeronautical services. 

FBO services include:

Who uses Private Airports?

FBO services include:

  1. Fueling Services
  2. Tie-Down Services
  3. Parking
  4. Hangar Services for Aircraft
  5. Flight Instruction
  6. Taxi Services
  7. Aircraft Rental
  8. Charter Services
  9. Aircraft Sales
  10. Mechanical Services
  11. Repair and Maintenance Services and Facilities
  12. Crop Dusting Base of Operations
  13. Towing Services
  14. Baggage Handling
  15. Pilot’s Lounges
  16. Conference Facilities
  17. Sightseeing Flights

Who uses Private Airports?

Who uses Private Airports?

Who uses Private Airports?

  • Business Executives
  • Global C-Suite Executives
  • Professional Athletes
  • Millennial Business Elite
  • People Who Travel Often and on Short Notice
  • Trendsetters
  • Innovative Tech Pioneers
  • Global Jetsetters
  • celebrities 
  • Anyone Looking for a Luxurious Experience