VAN NUYS, California — Aeroplex/Aerolease Group, an aviation property development, management and consulting firm, broke ground July 1, 2016, on a $7.5 million, three-acre development project at Los Angeles’ Van Nuys Airport featuring hangar, office, shop and private terminal areas. [Read more…]
WHEELING, Ill. – Pilots and aircraft owners at Chicago Executive Airport have created a petition to encourage the airport’s board of directors to install self-serve aviation fuel on the airport.
“It’s kind of as if your town wouldn’t allow gas stations to offer self-serve pumps,” said Madeleine Monaco, president of the Chicago Executive Pilots Association (CEPA). “The result would be people taking their business to neighboring towns to save on gas prices. The same thing is happening at Chicago Executive.” [Read more…]
HILLSBORO, Ore. – Hillsboro Aviation has unveiled its new headquarters at the north end of the Portland-Hillsboro Airport (KHIO).
The facility is phase two of a four-phase, 425,000-square-foot long-term development project. The new building is home to the company’s FBO services, helicopter and airplane charter division, aircraft sales, maintenance and avionics services, and parts sales. [Read more…]
DENVER – Ross Aviation has acquired six former Landmark Aviation FBOs in Anchorage, Alaska (PANC); Fresno, Calif. (KFAT); Palm Springs, Calif. (KTRM); Scottsdale, Ariz. (KSDL); Washington, D.C. (KIAD); and White Plains, N.Y. (KHPN).
“We plan to quickly expand the Ross Aviation network to additional locations as opportunities present themselves within the U.S. and internationally,” said Ross Aviation President and CEO Jeff Ross.
The EasyFBO workflow management system recently went live at ProJet Aviation’s FBO in Leesburg, Virginia.
The web-based software takes the traditional paper and radio process of managing fuel order requests completely electronic for a more efficient and safe process, according to company officials. [Read more…]
HOUSTON – Phillips 66 Aviation has expanded its contract fuel program, Partners-Into-Plane, to allow corporate and charter flight operators (Part 91 and 135) to participate in the program.
Phillips 66 Aviation’s Partners-Into-Plane Program is in its 40th year offering contract fuel. The program does not require fuel releases or contract fuel cards for processing, which streamlines the process, allowing flights to be ready for takeoff faster, according to company officials.