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IAM Jet Centre

Box 6045, Grantley Adams International Airport, Christ Church,
Barbados 16000

Email: aviation@iamjetcentre.com
Tel: +246-428-1704 (Barbados HQ)

 

I.A.M. Jet Centres of the Caribbean extends a warm welcome to business aviation operators and their elite passengers.

 

Our service philosophy is based on the simple notion that premium passengers traveling on luxurious aircraft to visit exclusive island hotels, villas and yachts should experience an equally elegant standard of service and facility at the FBO. Anything less will not do.

With almost 30 years experience providing dedicated services to visiting business aviation clients throughout the region, I.A.M. Jet Centre is anchored across the island chain by four flagship FBOs - located in Barbados, Montego Bay, Grenada and Tortola. Our newest one is currently under development and will open in St Lucia early in 2018. Our extended network of handling and fuel representatives covers another 20 airports.

Our FBOs are purposefully designed to serve guests with the same sense of Caribbean elegance and modern convenience as that of a 5 star boutique hotel. Staff trained by the British Butler Institute, private in-house Customs and Immigration processing, controlled access and a selection of comfortable lounges and private meeting spaces all combine with the aim of ensuring that arrivals and departures are seamless and confidential. All I.A.M. FBOs are IS-BAH certified and totally dedicated to the services expected by our premium clientele - far removed from the typical airport mass travel environment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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