Why General Aviation and M&A Activity for Fixed Base Operators Remain in a Strong Position


In the dealmaking environment, the general aviation sector has been resilient through the pandemic. The sector's rebound that started in the second half of 2020 portends good things for it and the fixed base operators (FBOs) that serve the airports—even in the face of broader economic headwinds. The sector's endurance tracks with what history has shown—that high-net-worth individuals will keep flying. That means strong long-term FBO deal potential and short-term opportunities in the right markets. 

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