Teterboro, NJ, June 8, 2012 – Meridian, the full-service, private aviation company based at Teterboro Airport (TEB) in NJ, held a gala reception in its main hangar on the evening of Wednesday, June 6, to welcome attendees of the NBAA Regional Forum, which was held the following day. Over 300 people enjoyed an event created to provide the true “New York Experience” while visiting TEB, which is located only minutes from New York City.
Guests were treated to attractions that included the following:
• An original yellow checkered taxi cab
• Photos taken in “Times Square”
• A new Hawker 900XP and a newly refurbished Falcon 2000
• Real New York deli-style fare
• Meridian wine and Brooklyn beer
• Hot Dog Cart
• Red carpet with velvet ropes
• Facility tours
• Gift bags
• And of course, “Big” Apples
Ken Forester, CEO of Meridian, had this to say about the reception, “All of us at Meridian are glad to have had the opportunity to welcome our business colleagues and friends to our facility. We hope that everyone had a great time and that you will visit us again. We really value the trust that you place in us and the positive difference you make for the future of business aviation.”
The NBAA Regional Forum was held on Thursday, June 7 at First Aviation, and featured a static display of 35 aircraft, an indoor exhibition with 130 exhibitors, and attracted more than 2,000 attendees. The attendance made it the NBAA’s largest regional forum to date, which is appropriate since TEB is the busiest business aviation airport in the U.S.