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Chartright commissions new Waterloo hangar

Chartright commissions new Waterloo hangar
CHARTRIGHT — Chartright’s new 100,000-square-foot hangar has been designed to accommodate aircrafts as large as a Boeing 767.

WATERLOO, ONT. — Chartright Air Group has announced the grand opening of its newest airport fixed base operation (FBO), Hangar 64, at the Region of Waterloo International Airport in southwestern Ontario.

Chartright is Canada’s largest provider of private jet charter activity. The new 100,000-square-foot FBO offers 150,000 square feet of ramp space, doubling Chartright’s footprint at the airport.

The expansion is in response to increasing demand for services outside of the GTA and will enable growth of Chartright’s managed fleet, a release stated. The FBO has a new executive lounge area that is divided into a VIP lounge for private jet passengers and a seating area for corporate shuttle service passengers.

The hangar has been designed to accommodate aircrafts as large as a Boeing 767.

“This expansion represents a significant milestone for our company, allowing us to better accommodate our growing clients’ needs while contributing to the growth of the regional aviation sector in the Kitchener-Waterloo area,” said Adam Keller, president of Chartright Air Group, in a statement. “This region deserves a state-of-the-art jet facility that reflects the remarkable achievements of this community.”

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