Under terms of an agreement signed by Raytheon Aircraft Services and Midlantic Jet Aviation, Raytheon Aircraft will sell its Atlantic City, N.J. facility. “We have tried over many years to make the Atlantic City business financially viable but, regrettably, we have not been successful,” said Doug Brantner, v-p of Raytheon Aircraft Services.
1. Wilson Air Center, Memphis (Tenn.) Municipal Airport (MEM)
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