Atlantic Aviation expands in Colorado mountain region


Atlantic Aviation has entered into an agreement to purchase the assets of Black Canyon Jet Center in Montrose, Colorado, USA. The transaction is expected to close on June 1, 2016, subject to satisfaction of usual and customary airport consents. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The Black Canyon FBO is located on Colorado’s Western Slope in what has been described as the hub of western Colorado. Montrose is the gateway to Telluride and other natural wonders of the Colorado Rockies.

“The addition of the Black Canyon facility enhances both our existing presence at premier resort and skiing destinations including Aspen, Hayden, Rifle and Sun Valley, and our nationwide network generally,” said Lou Pepper, CEO of Atlantic Aviation.

The facility is beautifully appointed in Colorado Lodge style. It features 350,000ft² of ramp space and 40,000ft² of hangar space capable of housing Global Express and Challenger series aircraft.

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