Signature To Continue At Boston-Logan International Airport

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Signature Flight Support last month announced it and the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) have executed a ten-year ground lease allowing the FBO chain to continue operating at the Boston-Logan International Airport until 2016. Signature said that, as part of its obligation, it has begun designing a new 10,000-square-foot terminal facility, which is scheduled for completion by mid-2006. The company said it is also constructing three new ground-support equipment shops on its leasehold for the repair of airport service vehicles. Signature began operations at Boston-Logan International Airport in 1967. "Boston-Logan is a key market for Signature Flight Support. We are delighted that Massport has chosen us as the front door in which to welcome visitors to the City of Boston. We look forward to continuing our promise of unparalleled service to our customers, Massport and the City," said Signature president and chief executive officer Beth Haskins. "Massport is confident that Signature Flight Support, as they have done for many years, will continue to provide outstanding, first class service to the business and corporate aviation community," said Massport aviation director Thomas J. Kinton, Jr.