Freeman Holdings Group, the largest franchisee within the Million Air FBO Network, has acquired an ownership interest in California-based aviation services provider ACI Jet. The latter company’s founder, William Borgsmiller, will remain in control of ACI's three FBOs—at John Wayne-Orange County (KSNA), San Luis County Regional (KSBP), and Paso Robles Municipal (KPRB) airports, all of which will retain the ACI name for now.
Freeman currently operates 14 FBOs, with a dozen under the Million Air label, at locations such as Orlando, Florida; Yuma, Arizona; Medford, Oregon; and Syracuse, New York. This move will bolster Freeman’s California presence, which includes facilities at March Air Reserve Base (KRIV) in Riverside, and Southern California Logistics Airport (KVCV) in Victorville.
“With our 35 years of operational and commercial development background, we are confident we can augment ACI’s potential by incorporating Million Air’s industry-recognized customer service and facility standards to the ACI group of FBOs,” said Freeman Group CEO Scott Freeman. "All additional FBOs will combine to provide a huge choice of destinations to our customers."