Atlantic Upgrades at McCarran and Rolls Out New DCA Gateways

Aviation International News » January 2012
January 6, 2012, 3:55 AM

Atlantic Aviation recently completed the renovations at its McCarran International Airport FBO in Las Vegas, one of the chain’s busiest locations.

The improved facility’s features include six separate designated seating areas, an Internet café in the pilots’ lounge, private data rooms for passengers, conference rooms with audiovisual capabilities, customer coffee bar, on-site bistro and Wi-Fi access throughout the facility.

The Texas-based service provider chain announced last month that the Transportation Security Administration has added six of the company’s locations to the list of FBOs approved as gateways into Washington’s Reagan National Airport (DCA) under the DCA Access Standard Security Program (DASSP).

The locations are Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental and William P. Hobby Airports, Austin-Bergstrom International, South Bend Regional Airport in Indiana, Philadelphia International, and California’s Palm Springs International Airport. Under the program flights destined for DCA must undergo screening protocols at the departure airport.

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