Cutter Acquires FBO at Prescott Regional Airport
From AIN: Phoenix, Arizona-based Cutter Aviation today announced its third FBO acquisition in as many months with the purchase of Legend Aviation, the lone service provider at Arizona’s Prescott Regional Airport-Ernest A. Love Field. This follows the acquisition of both of the FBOs at Georgetown Municipal Airport in Texas earlier this month.
The 12-acre Legend leasehold consists of a 6,684-sq-ft terminal with a passenger lobby, conference room, pilot lounge, flight-planning area, concierge, and crew car. It also offers more than 20,000 sq ft of maintenance hangar space that Cutter will continue to operate as a Part 145 repair station.
“Cutter is excited to make this investment in Prescott Regional Airport and to become part of its aviation community,” said Will Cutter, the president and CEO of Cutter Aviation. “We look forward to continuing providing the highest level of service to the tenants and transient clients of Prescott Regional Airport.”
The move brings the nearly 95-year-old family-owned business to six full-service FBOs—including three in its home state of Arizona—and burnished its status as an aviation powerhouse in the U.S. Southwest. Cutter Aviation also offers maintenance and/or aircraft sales support at five locations in Arizona, Colorado, and Texas.