Eurojet has revealed plans for a £5 million expansion at Birmingham Airport, which will see a new 41,000 square foot complex being created.
This will house a state-of-the-art maintenance facility, a full service fixed base operator (FBO) and commercial operations centre along with a sales suite.
It is expected that the maintenance facility will be completed and ready for use by the end of 2011, with Eurojet also basing two of its Cessna Citation aircraft there.
Graeme Campbell, managing director of Eurojet, said: "The complete operational flexibility offered by Birmingham Airport – together with the tremendous support from the airport for the project – were decisive factors in selecting Birmingham, which is also the perfect location for the expansion of our FBO activities."
Paul Kehoe, chief executive of the airport, said that it was "delighted" to welcome Eurojet's expansion.
Recently, a new terminal was unveiled at Birmingham Airport, which has been built at a cost of £13 million.