Category - General Aviation

Blue Grass Airport Welcomes World Equestrian Games With New Runway & Executive Terminal

Some people tidy up for special guests. Others go all out. Blue Grass Airport (LEX) in Lexington, KY, rolled out a new $27 million runway and $10 million in terminal enhancements to welcome arrivals for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, held at Kentucky Horse Park this fall.

Public-Private Partnership Lands College at Cecil Field

When U.S. Naval Air Station Cecil Field near Jacksonville, FL, appeared on the Department of Defense's Base Realignment and Closure list, the area's civil airport community eventually benefited. In 1999, the Jacksonville Aviation Authority (JAA) took ownership of 6,000 acres and 1.1 million square feet of building space on the 17,000-acre airfield.

Greenville-Spartanburg Int'l Rebuilds a Greener FBO

When a storm destroyed the general aviation terminal at Greenville-Spartanburg International in 2007, the local aviation commission didn't hold a grudge against nature. If fact, it resolved to build the most Earth-friendly, environmentally sensitive building possible, within economic reason. What it got was a facility currently being considered for silver or gold level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.

Wheeler Airport Builds New Hangars to Meet Private Aircraft Demand

The Kansas City Aviation Department faced quite a conundrum a few years ago - what to do about its general aviation facility, Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport.

Branson Jet Center Exceeds Expectations

When plans began for the Branson Airport (BKG), general aviation traffic and a fixed base operation (FBO) to support it were not on the radar, says Sharon Morris, the airport's aviation services manager.

Style and Function Equally Important at First Aviation's New Complex

First Aviation's former facility wasn't really an ugly duckling, but its new $63 million complex easily qualifies as a beautiful swan. Stretching the length of three football fields along the south side of Teterboro Airport, its multi-story glass-front terminal punctuates the New Jersey horizon.

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Fairbanks International Airport Baggage Transport Conveyor Enhanced With Mod Drive™ System


Fairbanks International Airport Baggage Transport Conveyor Enhanced With Mod Drive™ System

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