Blog – What’s New at Galaxy FBO

Phillips 66’s Young Eagle’s Video Features EAA Chapter 302 & Galaxy FBO

  • January 5, 2017
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Phillips 66 recently featured The Woodlands High School TX-20062 Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps at the Galaxy FBO on a special video to promote EAA’s Young Eagle Program.

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Let CXO be your BIG GAME Plan

Traveling to Houston for the Super Bowl LI on February 5th? The big game will attract many visitors to the Greater Houston area, impacting Commercial and General Aviation traffic. Here’s what you need to know:

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New Hangar Development at Conroe / North Houston Regional Airport (CXO)

  • November 24, 2016
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Galaxy FBO is pleased to announce the Phase II Construction for additional ramp and hangar space at the Conroe / North Houston Regional Airport (CXO). The two new hangars and the additional 4.9 acre ramp space is now under construction next to the Customs & Border Patrol station on Taxiway-F.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide

It’s finally here – the end of 2016 is very near! Let’s now focus on finding the perfect gift for the Aviation Enthusiast – or as we call them the AvGeek – on your Christmas Shopping List. Check out our 3rd Annual Gift Guide to find a selection of aviation related gifts that your loved ones would love to find under the tree. Galaxy FBO wishes everyone Safe Travels this Holiday Season!

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection Facility is Now Open

  • September 12, 2016
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U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility is now in Operation! The facility allows inbound international flights to the Conroe / North Houston Regional Airport, avoiding congested Houston airspace.

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