Million Air Columbus gains ground

Aviation International News » January 2004
January 30, 2007, 10:18 AM

Million Air Columbus at Port Columbus International Airport (CMH), Ohio, has acquired an additional 32,000 sq ft of heated hangar space. The expansion brings the FBO’s total hangar area to more than 121,000 sq ft equipped with doors measuring 120 feet wide by 30 feet high. Some revisions to the ramp layout have improved safety and ground-traffic flow. Million Air relocated the inbound taxiway for easier access and moved the ground-vehicle gate back 12 feet to ease marshalling restrictions on the ramp in front of the terminal building.

Million Air now has new Jaguar courtesy cars for flight crews and has expanded the vehicle parking lot to accommodate up to 40 more cars. Also, laptop users can now access Internet service within the terminal building by using a newly installed wireless local area network.

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