New owner for Kenmore Aero Services

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Leading Edge Jet Center has acquired Kenmore Aero Services, an FBO at King County-Boeing Field International Airport (KBFI) in Seattle, Washington.

In addition to acquiring Kenmore’s current operations, LEJC plans to develop a new executive terminal and hangar facilities on Kenmore’s leasehold at KFBI. LEJC already has a presence at the King County-Boeing Field International Airport through its ownership of a 60,000-square-foot hangar and office complex, according to company officials.

“This is an exciting growth development opportunity for LEJC to meet the essential need for business aviation in the Pacific Northwest and beyond as we pursue consolidation opportunities at growth airports,” said Steven Levesque, Leading Edge Jet Center’s Executive Chairman. “Seattle has been one of the fastest growing metro areas in America over the last decade, and BFI is a highly sought-after airport for business and private aviation travelers.”

Leading Edge Jet Center, founded in 2005 and established as a standalone company in August 2019, provides business aviation and jet fueling services at the Redmond and Bend Airports in Central Oregon, where it fuels commercial airlines and private aircraft and provides hangar space, de-icing, ground transportation, and aircraft maintenance and repair services. In January 2020, LEJC expanded its business to Seattle, acquiring an aircraft hangar and executive terminal facility at KBFI.

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