Atlantic Aviation announced today that it will embark on a more than $15 development project for its two Houston-area FBOs. At its flagship Houston Hobby location, the company will build a new 16,000-sq-ft terminal, which will replace its current 1972-vintage structure that is one of the original Atlantic FBOs.
In addition, the services provider will level one of its current hangars at Hobby to add 60,000-sq-ft of ramp space. The storage space will be replaced with a pair of new 32,000-sq-ft hangars, bringing available hangar space to 100,000 sq ft. This project, which is expected to last 18 months, is set to kick off by the middle of next year.
Meanwhile, Atlantic’s facility at George Bush Intercontinental Airport, which dates back to the late 1970s, is slated to receive a $1.5 million makeover. The renovation will bring the FBO terminal’s interior in line with Atlantic’s current design theme, using more wood and stone, as well as improve functionality and customer flow. This project is expected to be completed by the third quarter of next year.