Atlantic Aviation has completed a major renovation at its Las Vegas McCarran International Airport FBO. The $22.5 million project spanned 18 months and included the addition of a 25,000-sq-ft hangar capable of sheltering the latest flagship business jets with 5,150 sq ft of adjoining office and shop space. That brings the facility, one of two FBOs at the gambling destination gateway, to 152,200 sq ft of hangar space.
In addition, the company built a 3,700-sq-ft designated charter terminal. That building served as a temporary terminal for nearly a year while construction took place at the two-story primary terminal, which was enlarged, bringing it to a total of 31,500 sq ft, with the newly-added space. Once the work was completed, the FBO relocated back into its regular facility, which includes amenities such as conference rooms, pilot lounges with shower facilities, Wi-Fi throughout the entire facility, concierge, and an on-site deli. Meanwhile, the charter terminal is now being rented to a tenant.
“Completion of this project provides our stakeholders with premier facilities that match our uncompromising commitment to customer service, making Atlantic Las Vegas one of the best FBOs in the United States," said Jay Hamby, the company's senior v-p of operations for the Midwest region.