Galaxy FBO proud to have new artwork on display from three acclaimed local artists.
Guest blog post by Galaxy FBO Summer Intern Jack Edwards
“Ever since I became interested in flying, I had my mind set on the airlines. I always imagined that if you wanted to be in aviation, that was the only path to go on. My home flight simulator was always in use, loaded with Boeing 747s, Airbus A380s, and the like. Recently, however, my view of aviation and its career opportunities expanded exponentially. The main contributor to this was discovering the world of general and corporate aviation.
Galaxy FBO now has a second location serving the air traffic in North Houston and the Montgomery County, Texas.
The FAA-approved heliport features a 80 feet by 80 feet concrete pad and hangar space for helicopter storage. The facility is located close proximity to The Woodlands Town Center in Oak Ridge North.
2014 FIFA World Cup is about to be over, with the final game coming up this Sunday.
You are probably wondering who will take home the gold trophy. One thing is for sure; it’s going to be a very difficult game, with lots of ‘running’ around!
The minimum regulation field is about 1.59 acres of surface area per FIFA rulings, the fields for international matches must be between 110 yards long by 70 yards wide and 120 yards long by 80 yards wide.
Galaxy FBO is proud to support the performing arts at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in the 2014 season.
As the Gateway to North Houston, our multi-million dollar facility serves as the impressive entry point to our community, we see our facility as an amenity to the community, in line with the Mitchell family’s commitment and passion to bring various unmatched amenities that separate our community from the rest.