Private Jet Company is expanding its presence at the Isle of Man Airport, hoping the location – one that has a favorable tax structure including a partial exemption from the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU-ETS) – will draw inbound international traffic. The company, which has provided fuel-handling services at the airport, is opening a new 41,000-sq.-ft. fixed-base operation facility. The FBO is situated on a two-acre site with more than 226,000 sq. ft. of ramp and parking ...

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