Wiley Post, Oklahoma City/KPWA - JetSet FBO major expansion

JetSet have announced  the construction of a new 33,000 square-foot FBO facility and plans for construction of a pilot training program and MRO at Wiley Post Airport, one of three city owned, public use airports for Oklahoma City.  It was named after Wiley Post, the first pilot to fly solo around the world, who died in the same 1935 crash as the namesake of the city's other major airport, Will Rogers World Airport.

The $5M FBO facility will provide fuelling services, hangar space for 10 to 15 aircraft. Construction began in February, and the facility is expected to be operational in January 2020.

JetSet President Eric Wells said the facility will create 10 - 15 jobs.

“Customers who use JetSet will enjoy the benefits of having more options for fueling and other services, but more importantly, our level of attention to the customer’s needs will make us stand out.” 

Wiley Post is also served Atlantic Aviation & Valair Aviation.