Million Air Begins Construction in Austin

 - August 8, 2018, 11:25 AM
An artist rendering shows the planned Million Air FBO at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. It will feature an airside arrivals canopy, and when completed next summer, will bring the number of FBOs on the field to three.

Million Air has begun construction on a new $40 million-plus FBO complex at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Texas. When completed next summer, it will be the third FBO on the field and include a 14,500-sq-ft terminal, with an aircraft arrival canopy, a spacious passenger lounge, pilot lounge, flight planning room, and conference rooms.

The 20-acre site will offer more than seven acres of ramp space to accommodate any size aircraft, with seven customizable hangars ranging from 15,600 sq ft to 19,950 sq ft, each capable of sheltering aircraft up to a Gulfstream G650, with independent parking and entry, and a private club for tenants.

“Our belief in Austin and its growth into a top national and international business and entertainment destination drives our investment in market-changing ventures,” said company CEO Roger Woolsey. “Beyond a cutting-edge facility, world-class service is of paramount importance in our vision for Million Air Austin.”

For the Houston-based company, the Texas capital location will represent the 31st FBO in its network and its fourth in the state.