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Banyan's luxurious terminal
Banyan complex services

Banyan Air Service
Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport
5360 NW 20th Terrace
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
954.491.3170 phone | 800.200.2031 toll-free | 954.771.0281 fax
ARINC 130.8
info@banyanair.com

Banyan Pilot Shop
Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport
5320 NW 20th Terrace
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
954.493.8615 phone | 888.305.4932 toll-free | 954.493.8717 fax
ARINC 130.8
info@banyanair.com


Driving directions to Banyan Terminal

From I95
Take Interstate 95 to Commercial Boulevard (Exit 32)
Drive west on Commercial Boulevard for roughly .65 miles
Turn right on NW 21st Avenue
Go 2 tenths of a mile
Turn right at NW 53rd Street
Turn left on NW 20th Terrace
The Banyan terminal is the two-story, Key-West style building on the right

From Turnpike (or Sawgrass Expressway)
Take Florida Turnpike to Commercial Boulevard (Exit 62)
Drive east on Commercial Boulevard for roughly 2 miles
Turn left on NW 21st Avenue
Go 2 tenths of a mile
Turn right at NW 53rd Street
Turn left on NW 20th Terrace
The Banyan terminal is the two-story, Key-West style building on the right




Flying directions to Banyan Terminal

At FXE, Banyan is located on BRAVO taxiway between MIKE and NOVEMBER.
Entrance is through NOVEMBER. Located on the south east side of the airport.
Customs is located on taxiway CHARLIE, at the corner of GULF and DELTA taxiways, located on the east side of the airport.

From Customs
We will gladly tow your aircraft to the FBO, but if you prefer to taxi in, contact ground on 121.75 for directions.


FAA hot spots at FXE

ICAO defines a hot spot as "a location on an aerodrome movement area with a history or potential risk of collision or runway incursion, and where heightened attention by pilots and drivers is necessary."

By identifying hot spots, it is easier for users of an airport to plan the safest possible path of movement in and around that airport.

Planning is a crucial safety activity for airport users — both pilots and air traffic controllers alike. By making sure that aircraft surface movements are planned and properly coordinated with air traffic control, pilots add another layer of safety to their flight preparations. Proper planning helps avoid confusion by eliminating last-minute questions and building familiarity with known problem areas.

View the FXE Hot Spot Chart - Your patience is appreciated while the page loads.