Once the favored terminus for captains of commerce and government and the aircraft that conveyed them, DCA's well-regarded FBO has become a place forbidden and forlorn.
For Signature Flight Support, the FBO at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is the chain's ``flagship.'' The DCA base was among Signature's most profitable for years, generating as much as $20 million in annual revenue, while servicing some 100 arrivals per day of mostly transient aircraft. Proximity to the nation's capital also made it by far the most high profile of all Signature's 40-plus bases, company executives say. Heads of state, business executives, federal and ...
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