Wisconsin FBO Receives National Flying Farmers Award

CALGARY, ALBERTA – The International Flying Farmers Association named Jeff Baum, President of Wisconsin Aviation, Inc., the 2012 “Airport Operator of the Year” during the organization’s 67th Annual Convention, July 17-21, 2012, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Unlike many large fixed base operators in major metropolitan areas, Wisconsin Aviation does not charge ramp fees, and goes out of their way to serve pilots and aircraft owners, regardless of aircraft size. “That altitude begins at the top with Jeff Baum,” says Wisconsin Flying Farmer President Phil Peterson of Oregon, Wis., who nominated Baum for the award. Earlier this year, Wisconsin Aviation, Inc. was named “Wisconsin Airport Operator of the Year” by the Wisconsin Flying Farmers.

Not only is Wisconsin Aviation, Inc. a full-service fixed base operator, but its modern facilities on Dane County Regional Airport has an “airport restaurant.”

Wisconsin Aviation has locations in Madison, Juneau and Watertown, Wisconsin (www.WisconsinAviation.com).

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