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GateOne Hosts Grand Opening at Newly Acquired FBO, Sphere One Aviation (KCDC)

CEDAR CITY, Utah / April 13, 2016 / GENERAL AVIATION NEWS – GateOne will welcome stakeholders to its newly-acquired fixed base operation, Sphere One Aviation, at Cedar City Airport during a Grand Opening Event on Friday, April 22.

The invitation-only event will bring together prominent members of the community—various heads of city departments, city council members, vendors, local aviators, business owners and more.

“We’re excited to expand our reach into Cedar City, Utah,” said GateOne CEO Thomas Mathew. “And with this expansion, we also plan to extend the offerings of Sphere One Aviation to provide comprehensive services to a wider range of aviation customers.”

As the only FBO on the KCDC airfield, Sphere One Aviation offers its customers complete FBO services, charter flights, flight instruction, aircraft detailing, car rental, catering, flight schedules, and maintenance on single- and twin-engine aircraft. Mathews plans to expand maintenance to turbo-prop aircraft and helicopters over time. In addition, Sphere One Aviation provides service for commercial airlines, as well as both U.S. and Canadian military aircraft.

Along with old-fashioned American hospitality, guests to Sphere One Aviation will enjoy the convenience of a large runway, and fast and easy turns.

Pilots can now earn triple (3x) AVTRIP Points at Sphere One Aviation from April 15 through July 15.

GateOne owns and operates two fixed base operations serving the Southwest aviation community—GateOne Stinson (KSSF) in San Antonio, Texas, near the River Walk and Sphere One Aviation (KCDC) in Cedar City, Utah. The GateOne team is committed to providing safe, efficient fueling and aviation services to a slew of customers, including business and private aircraft, commercial airlines and the military.

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