Signature Opens Revamped FBO At Boston Logan Tomorrow

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Signature Flight Support yesterday said it will conduct a grand opening ceremony tomorrow for its renovated FBO facility at the General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (BOS) at Boston, Mass. The ceremony will commemorate the official opening of the facility after a $13 million renovation. In a press release, the company touted the modernized building and its LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification for its environmentally friendly building materials, environmentally sensitive design and construction practices and energy efficiency. Designed by the Boston architecture firm of Chan Krieger Sieniewicz, the two-story facility occupies 13,000 square feet and includes passenger and crew lounges, administrative offices and a private VIP Center with separate street- and ramp-side entrances for visiting dignitaries. Signature said it executed a 10-year ground lease with Massport under which Signature will operate the Fixed Base Operation at Boston Logan until 2016. On hand for the event will be Steve Lee, vice president of operations, Signature Flight Support; Larry Jorash, general manager, Signature Flight Support Boston; and Edward C. Freni, director of aviation, Massachusetts Port Authority. The event kicks off at 11:30 local.