SOURCE: AvStar Aviation Group
HOUSTON, TX–(Marketwire – September 1, 2010) – AvStar Aviation (
Kenneth Langston, a long time dentist, residing in Pompano Beach, Florida, began family travel to the Bahamas in the mid-1970s. As a Bahamian homeowner, avid boater, fisherman, and diver, Ken has a unique understanding of the passenger and freight needs of the Bahamas “family islands.” Ken started Calypso Air in 2004, which merged with Twin Air in 2005. The merger gave Twin Air a major presence in the Abaco market. Earlier this year AvStar Aviation Group acquired Twin Air Calypso; for full details please visit: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/AvStar-Aviation-Group-Inc-iw-1137259172.html?x=0&.v=1
About AvStar Aviation: AvStar Aviation Group, Inc. (“AvStar”) has a main focus on acquiring, consolidating, and growing businesses in the aviation industry. AvStar Aviation Services Inc. was founded with the goal of acquiring a portfolio of fixed base operators (FBOs) at airports that support light jet traffic, improving operations through the strategic use of technology, leveraging the economies of scale and creating the next dominant brand in FBO management. www.avstarinc.com
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