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Paragon Network Adds South Carolina FBO

Paragon Network Adds South Carolina FBO

Lowcountry Aviation, one of two service providers at South Carolina’s Lowcountry Regional Airport, is the latest to be accepted into the Paragon Network. Located just outside Charleston, the recently remodeled full-service FBO features a private passenger lounge, pilot lounge, conference room, BMW crew car, more than 30,000 sq ft of hangar space, a new fuel farm, and an FAA Part 145 repair station.

“Paragon Aviation Group supplies its members with a real-time perspective of the evolving global aviation marketplace,” said Marco Cavazzoni, chairman of the facility. “We are thrilled to benefit from and contribute the Paragon Network by providing FAA Part 145 maintenance and FBO services to all network customers.”

To join the network, which was founded in 2011 and now numbers 56 locations worldwide, FBOs undergo a facility audit conducted by Paragon. Each member FBO must also comply with a set of core standards to remain in the group. Clients using the network are eligible for Paragon Preferred status, which includes access to custom fuel pricing, dispatching of fuel requests to network locations, and reservations through the group’s website.

“We are beyond thrilled to add an FBO member in the Charleston area,” said Paragon president Megan Barnes. “Lowcountry Aviation is an elite facility and a great addition to the Paragon network.”

Reference:   www.ainonline.com

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