US-based Universal Aviation has opened a full-service operation focused on private jet and business flights at LF Wade International Airport.
Universal Aviation Bermuda features dedicated customs and immigration onsite, a dedicated fuel truck, fully equipped lounges, and conference rooms.
“We are excited to welcome Universal Aviation to Bermuda,” said Aaron Adderley, General Manager, Bermuda L.F. Wade International Airport.
“We believe that Universal Aviation’s presence here will not only further enhance the experience of general-aviation passengers traveling to and from the Island, but will make Bermuda an even more appealing stopover destination for European-based traffic crossing the Atlantic.”
“Whether operators are taking advantage of Bermuda’s strategic geographic location as a tech stop, or making the island their final destination, we will continue to provide the level of service customers are used to around the world,” said Adolfo Aragon, Senior Vice President, Universal Aviation.
“With on-site customs and immigration and our own dedicated fuel truck, operators will have no need to travel to the main terminal or wait behind commercial traffic for fuel, allowing us to accommodate quick-turn tech stops with the highest degree of safety and efficiency.”
Amenities at Universal Aviation Bermuda include:
- On-site customs and immigration clearance
- Dedicated fuel truck for business aviation, owned and operated by Universal Aviation
- 130,000 square feet of ramp parking
- Employees trained to Universal Aviation’s global standards and all ramp employees certified in the National Air Transportation Association’s Safety 1st Professional Line Service Training program
- Complete concierge services for all on-island needs, including hotel accommodations, catering, and ground transportation
- Passenger lounge
- Crew lounge with kitchenette and showers
- Conference room with seating for up to 10
- WiFi throughout facility
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