The Isle of Man Private Jet Centre is to be repositioned as a regional sustainable aviation hub

Work is underway at the only dedicated private jet terminal at Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man, as a private group embarks on plans to modernise and expand the FBO facility – originally built in 2015 – to bring it in line with some of the world’s leading FBOs.

Megacorp Aviation, which also owns business aircraft for charter, and with bases at Douglas, Isle of Man and London Biggin Hill Airport, is bringing in a dedicated aviation team to realise plans to create an aviation technology park at Ronaldsway.  This will double the existing Jet Centre hangar space from 20,000sq ft to 40,000sq ft and create up to 20 further jobs for the Isle of Man.

The new flagship private terminal will include new offices and an enhanced business centre which is being developed alongside a ten-bedroom boutique hotel for passengers and crew.  Passengers will also have access to a dedicated concierge service.

The revamped Private Jet Centre will include a host of sustainable features, including the ability to calculate and offset carbon emissions (with a proprietary carbon calculator); access to Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and recycled apparel for all employees at the Jet Centre, as well as for crew.

Aviation traffic in The Isle of Man is expected to increase exponentially in the next two years.

The new centre will offer access to SAF
The new centre will offer access to SAF Isle of Man Jet Centre