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General Chennault Flying Tiger Academy is hosting a Seminar on Commercial Pilot Program

  • September 18, 2017
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General Chennault Flying Tiger Academy is hosting a special seminar at Galaxy FBO on September 26th to overview their 26 Week Long Commercial Pilot Training Program.

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U.S. Customs Celebrated its First Anniversary in Service

  • September 15, 2017
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The U.S. Customs & Border Patrol (CBP) Federal Inspection Station at the Conroe North Houston Regional Airport (CXO) celebrated its first year in service today on September 15th.
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Operation Airdrop for the Hurricane Harvey Recovery

  • September 1, 2017
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A group of good samaritans, organized on Facebook by the iHeart Media Radio Personality John Clay Wolfe launched their first ‘Operation Airdrop‘ mission to Conroe North Houston Regional Airport on Friday, September 1st. Galaxy FBO, along with CXO Airport, Montgomery County and local Salvation Army supported the first Operation Airdrop, which helped gather 2 truck-loads of donations; from baby food, diapers to sleeping bags.

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Port Arthur Nursing Home Evacuation

When two senior care facilities in Port Arthur – Cypress Glen and Lake Arthur Place – took on water due to Hurricane Harvey on Tuesday Night, August 29th (Click here for the Weather Channel Story), a rescue mission was organized immediately to evacuate close to 200 Nursing Home residents and patients to six North Houston senior care facilities.

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Galaxy FBO Supported Hurricane Harvey Relief Flight Operations

  • August 29, 2017
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Severe weather caused by Hurricane Harvey impacted many Houston Area Airports, commercial and general aviation flights in the past few days. Our team is heartbroken over the tragedy that has hit Texas, but we remained in operation during the storm to support the flight operations; and helped many rescue missions over the past few days.

There was no damage, no flooding on any of the Conroe North Houston Regional Airport Runways and the Galaxy FBO ramp during the Hurricane Harvey.