Virginia Service Provider Opens New FBO Complex

 - August 8, 2022, 2:59 PM
Hova Flight Services' new FBO terminal offers an airy, double-height passenger lobby with abundant natural light. (Photo: Hova Flight Services)

Hova Flight Services, the single aviation services provider at Richmond (Virginia) Hanover County Municipal Airport (KOFP), has opened its new FBO facility. The $2.3 million complex on the east side of 5,400-foot long Runway 16/34 includes a 7,500-sq-ft terminal—a major improvement over the previous 1,200-sq-ft structure built in the early 1970s—that will remain to house the company’s flight school and Part 145 maintenance offices.

The new terminal features a passenger lobby, 12-seat conference room, pilot lounge with showers, a pair of quiet rooms, catering services, and flight-planning areas. The FBO also offers a 15,000-sq-ft hangar that can accommodate the latest ultra-long-range business jets. Hova, which has been in the service provider industry since 1992 and has run its FBO at KOFP since 2004, also operates a full avionics shop.

“From line service to gourmet catering to concierge services, we strive to provide outstanding service with attention to the smallest details,” said Keith Bryan, the company’s operations manager. “Every team member…is committed to the safety, comfort, and privacy for our business aviation guests.”