Sky Valet Connect is expanding its presence in the south of France by signing a partnership with the Rodez Aveyron airport, who intend to develop facilities specifically for business aviation. This new facility is part of the natural expansion of its network in the Mediterranean, which is already in place, particularly at Béziers Cap d’Agde and Avignon Provence. As such, Rodez Aveyron is becoming the 32nd member of the Sky Valet network and the eleventh under the Sky Valet Connect label.
“We find the trust given to us by the Rodez airport, in choosing our Sky Valet Connect label to support the development of its general aviation activity, very touching. We are convinced that this destination has great potential, being famous not only for its culture and food, but also for the network of companies and industries that boost the region and need to be able to rapidly link up all the economic and financial centres in Europe,” stated Jean-François Guitard, director of the General Aviation & External Development Business Unit of Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur.
Sky Valet is the first European FBO (fixed-base operator) to have developed a label backed by its brand and a co-branding strategy with other operators or airports. Sky Valet now boasts one of Europe’s largest networks, with 32 destinations in five countries: Cannes Mandelieu, Golfe de Saint-Tropez, Avignon Provence, Béziers Cap d’Agde, Rodez Aveyron and Paris Le Bourget in France; Gerona, Barcelona, Palma de Majorca, Valencia, Ibiza, Malaga, Madrid, A Coruña and Santiago de Compostela in Spain; Porto, Cascais, Lisbon, Beja, Faro, Madeira (2) and the Azores (3) in Portugal; Cuneo and Trieste in Italy; Sofia, Gorna Oryahovitsa, Varna, Burgas and Plovdiv in Bulgaria.