Jet Access, the fixed base operator (FBO) at Music City Executive Airport (XNX), has completed the construction of a brand new, state-of-the-art aircraft hangar to serve the private and general aviation needs in and around Middle Tennessee. The expansion will be a premier asset for companies looking to conduct or start new businesses in the Nashville area. Music City Executive Airport is located 30 miles northeast of Nashville.
With 22,500 sq. ft. of heated space, the hangar accommodates mid to large cabin business jets, including GulfstreamG650 and Global 7500 aircraft. The new hangar features 1,400 sq. ft. of mezzanine storage space, five customizable offices, kitchenette, restrooms, infrared tube heating, ground power plug ins, and modern LED lighting.
“Middle Tennessee has had record economic growth, and business aviation activity is at an all-time high,” said Sean White, Executive Vice President of FBO Operations. “The investment in our operations at Music City Executive Airport will impact a significant sector of the business community – those who are currently doing business in Nashville –along with those who are looking to expand or relocate business to Nashville. It also provides an alternative for those who have aircraft currently based at busier and costlier airports nearby.”
Music City Executive Airport features a 6,300 sq. ft. runway – one of the longest runways in Middle Tennessee– which allows for large jets and transport aircraft to land safety and with ease.
Headquartered in Indianapolis, Jet Access employs more than 380 aviation professionals. Jet Access is the 10th largest Part 135 private jet operator in the United States and the only wholly integrated, full-service private aviation enterprise in the country. Jet Access operates 10 FBOs in four states.