Signature Opens New Facility At Indianapolis
Signature Flight Support this month celebrated the grand opening of its new executive terminal at Indianapolis International Airport (IND), just in time for the NCAA Final Four basketball tournament, which is being held in that city beginning April 1. "Indianapolis has the reputation of being an elite city for hosting world-class events, and Signature's new terminal will certainly give visitors a great and lasting first impression of Indianapolis," said Indianapolis Deputy Mayor Steve Campbell, who helped cut the ribbon on the new facility. The new FBO facility has already received numerous parking reservations for the event. According to Signature IND general manager Dennis Provo, the FBO is well-prepared for the influx of teams and supporters the tournament will bring. Provo and his staff handle hundreds of aircraft arrivals and departures during the city’s three major professional car races each summer.
The new facility is a 6,500-square-foot glass and steel structure. Geoff Heck, regional vice president for Signature, was also on hand to commemorate the event. In his comments during the celebration, he noted that the new facility is one of four Signature executive terminal construction projects currently underway around the country. The others are being built at the Boston – Logan International Airport (BOS), Palwaukee Municipal Airport (PWK) in Chicago and the Palm Springs International Airport (PSP).