Atlantic Aviation breaks ground on Portland FBO


Atlantic Aviation has broken ground on a massive redevelopment of its leasehold in Portland, Oregon.

The project will consist of a new 12,000ft² terminal, two 30,000ft² hangars with office and shop space, a 90,000 gallon Jet A fuel farm, and a 5,000ft² ground support building.

The US$25m project is expected to be complete by February 2017. There will be no interruption in service as the new site is east of the existing FBO.

“This project exemplifies Atlantic’s continuing commitment to reinvesting in our infrastructure,” commented Lou Pepper, CEO of Atlantic Aviation.

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