AirMed International—a Global Medical Response company—has expanded its operations at San Antonio International Airport (KSAT) in Texas to include a 12,100-sq-ft hangar at American Corporate Airport Partners’ (ACAP) eight-acre, seven-hangar complex.
The new hangar is adjacent to an existing AirMed hangar, doubling its footprint at KSAT, and will be used for crew quarters, aircraft staging, and line maintenance, according to AirMed president Denise Treadwell. San Antonio is one of three U.S. bases for AirMed, with the other two located in Birmingham, Alabama, and Las Vegas.
With AirMed’s multi-year lease, ACAP has one remaining 15,400-sq-ft hangar for lease at KSAT. In addition to San Antonio, ACAP recently leased 10 acres at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida for the development of a widebody aircraft hangar and maintenance complex for Global Crossing Airlines.