Jet In to break ground at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport

The Milwaukee headquartered fixed-base operator Jet In announced plans on Thursday, Sept. 23 to break ground on a new facility at Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport.

A news release says the project is an $11 million investment that will provide services and amenities, including heated hangars capable of accommodating the largest general aviation aircraft.

The Jet In facility will open to the public as a full-service fixed-base operator. It will also serve as the Milwaukee base of operations for its sister company, Jet Out. The infrastructure and staff at the new facility will play a role in Jet Out's plans to scale its aircraft co-ownership program. 

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