The final preparations are complete at Million Air Vancouver at Vancouver International Airport (CYVR) to welcome attendees to the 2010 Olympic games.
“Equipment is in place and staff members are flying in from Dallas, Albany, Anchorage, Burbank, Topeka, Houston, Medford, San Antonio, and Toronto prepared to make this event a grand success,” says Roger Woolsey, president and CEO of Million Air.
With 25 plus years experience in managing large scale events, Million Air has taken every possible step to ease general aviation arrivals in Vancouver, FBO officials said.
“We have prepared for this event for over a year,” says Robert Jens, CEO of Million Air Vancouver, adding, “Our $150,000 hangar conversion project will assure our guests have the privacy and comfort they have grown accustomed to with Million Air. They will be welcomed to Vancouver arriving and departing through a carefully planned executive lounge area, equipped with a Bistro Area for snacks and refreshments, internet access, and private seating areas to relax upon their arrivals and departures. Keeping up with the Olympic events will be easy on our five flat panel screens, while the kids unwind in the Kid’s Zone loaded with Wii Olympic Games.”
Along with the attention to the passenger areas, ground service equipment was expanded and additional line service professionals are in place to meet the demand, officials said, adding additional ramp space has been secured for those aircraft flying in for the games.
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