Ranger Jet Center Celebrates Future with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Ranger Jet Center Celebrates Future with Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Ranger Jet Center, located at Kissimmee Gateway Airport (ISM), held a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 11 to celebrate a new beginning.

The newly rebuilt corporate hangars feature high-gloss acrylic floors, high bay lighting, and reinforced steel storage facilities for aircraft ranging from a Cessna 152 to a Gulfstream V business jet. More than 100 people attended the event, including local and state officials, airport staff, tenants and community supporters.

State Representative Randy Johnson and J.B. Kump, district administrator for Congressman Weldon, made guest appearances, expressing their support for Ranger and the overall airport development. Individuals who went above and
beyond to assist Ranger with the hurricane damage also received special recognition at the event.

Currently, Ranger is building seven additional facilities totaling 166,000 square feet of hangar and office space. Another major highlight of the entire development is the construction of a state-of-the-art 60,000-square-foot executive terminal. This facility is designed to house its corporate offices; multiple office tenants; technically advanced conference rooms; deluxe pilot facilities, including a lounge area and flight planning room; a gift shop; and a full-service restaurant.

The terminal will break ground this fall with completion scheduled for late 2006 or early 2007. Once the entire project is complete, Ranger Jet Center’s build-out plan will encompass more than 200,000 square feet of leased aircraft hangars and professional office facilities.

All buildings are built to suit and scheduled for completion by 2007.

For leasing and space availability, contact Ranger Aviation at 407-870-9033.