Jet Access, a regional aviation services provider, is set to consolidate its operations by moving 63 employees to a new headquarters in Hamilton County, Indiana.
The company’s ambitious vision is to transform the metro area into a national hub for private and general aviation, according to a Fishers City government news release.
The new HQ, located at 9998 Crosspoint Blvd in the Crossroads Business Park, will house employees currently scattered across three metropolitan area airports.
Corrie Bennett, Jet Access’s VP of Marketing, expressed excitement about the business move, stating, “The new headquarters will allow us to all be in the same building.”
The Fishers Economic Development Commission has approved an agreement that includes training grants of up to $3,500 per new employee, capped at $70,000.
The deal stipulates the hiring of 20 new workers by June 30, 2025, with an average hourly wage of $34.68.
Jet Access’s services extend beyond Indiana, with operations in Nashville, Tennessee; Dallas, Texas; and Quincy, Illinois.
The company’s CEO, Quinn Ricker, sees the move as a chance to “accommodate future growth” in one of Indiana’s fastest-growing corporate hubs.
Echoing this sentiment, Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness said, “The team at Jet Access has a strong vision for the future of private jet travel and we look forward to supporting that growth.”