Airports, Heliports and FBOs
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In the complaint, Boston Executive Helicopters said the airport’s actions “were clearly done to prevent” it from building an FBO.
Business aircraft traffic welcomed back to facility after project’s completion.
The 11-year-old facility includes a 12,000-sq-ft terminal and 145,000-sq-ft hangar.
The company was awarded a five-year lease through an RFP process to occupy the 13-acre former Aero Services facility.
Freeman Aviation now operates the lone FBO at Lake Charles Regional Airport.
The new facility is more spacious and offers additional amenities, says the company.
Lane Aviation is funding construction of a customs facility dedicated to general aviation.
The facility is now the second FBO at the Texas airport.
The facility will handle only Deer Jet flights until its official opening next May.
Three facilities–two in the U.S. and one in Canada–joined the company’s network.