Thrust Flight acquires Flightstar Aeromotive Maintenance Business

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 3, 2021

    With this Acquisition Thrust Flight is More than Doubling its Maintenance Operation

    Addison, TX: The Thrust Flight Group, a professional flight academy based at Addison Airport, is excited to announce the acquisition of Flightstar Aeromotive, an aircraft maintenance facility located at Addison Airport.

    Thrust Flight currently operates a large maintenance facility at Addison Airport that services both the flight academy’s aircraft fleet as well as a large external customer base.

    “With the rapid growth we’ve experienced in the past few years, this strategic acquisition of Flightstar will allow us to expand our maintenance operations to meet the growing needs of Flightstar’s current customers as well as the needs of our flight school.” says Patrick Arnzen, CEO at Thrust Flight.

    This acquisition will also increase Thrust Flights footprint at Addison Airport by adding another hangar and a large office space. This office space will be used to create a dedicated simulator facility and sales office.

    About Thrust Flight: Thrust Flight is a leading professional flight academy located at Addison Airport. They offer flight instruction services for many different aviation ratings and certificates. Through their Zero Time to Airline® program, they prepare flight students for a career at the airlines.

    About Flightstar Aeromotive: Flightstar is an aircraft maintenance facility that has operated at Addison airport for over 15 years. They have provided expert repair and maintenance services for hundreds of high performance general aviation aircraft.

    Brian Brassaw

    Thrust Flight


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