Meridian, an FBO based at Teterboro Airport, New Jersey, not far from New York City, has expanded its footprint at the facility by acquiring the former AIG hangar at the south end of the airport. The site measures approximately two acres, and comprises a 22,000ft² hangar and 11,500ft² of office and support space.
Officially know as Meridian Hangar 107, the new acquisition will provide extra space and resources to support the company’s fuel, maintenance and charter operations. Meridian’s main premises is located at 458 Industrial Avenue, with a 40,000ft² hangar and a 30,000ft² terminal building. In December, it will open an additional 40,000ft² hangar and 10,000ft² office and support space – currently under construction – at the airport.
Steve Chandoha, president, Meridian, said, “Teterboro Airport is surrounded by development with limited opportunities to expand, so we are extremely grateful to be able to add this well-maintained facility to our network. This state-of-the-art hangar and additional ramp space will afford us greater flexibility with our customers, especially during gridlock periods when our capacity is challenged. Now we have more options to fuel, park and hangar aircraft, which translates into better service for our customers.”