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You pull up to the FBO, hop out of your plane, head in to use the internet, and call flight service from the FBO phone. How does all of that get paid for? We headed to one of the busiest general aviation airports in the world to find out.
Denver Centennial is one of the busiest general aviation airports in the world. With over 300,000 aircraft operations each year, there's nonstop action on the runways, and on the ramp. And there's even more happening than you could imagine at the FBOs on the field. From fueling and servicing aircraft, to making sure passengers and pilots are taken care of, there's always something happening. We interviewed three FBOs on the field to find out how they make it happen, and what we found was pretty amazing.
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Aleks is a Boldmethod co-founder and technical director. He's worked in safety and operations in the airline industry, and was a flight instructor and course manager for the University of North Dakota. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.