Atlantic Aviation will become the newest FBO at Salt Lake City International Airport from December 1, 2015, offering a wide range of general aviation services, including fueling, deicing, and concierge amenities to corporate and private fliers.
The company will also invest US$25.5m over the next five years in the development of a new, state-of-the-art general aviation terminal, additional hangers, office space, fuel farm and ramp improvements on the east airport campus.
Atlantic Aviation will operate temporarily out of the old Sports Terminal building as nearby facilities will be demolished to make way for new hangar space. The leasehold for Atlantic includes approximately 760,000ft² of ground and ramp area.
“We are excited to have Atlantic Aviation join us at Salt Lake City International,” said airport director Maureen Riley. “We look forward to providing new options and first-rate customer service to the general aviation community.”
“We are very pleased to enter the Salt Lake City market,” added Lou Pepper, chief executive officer of Atlantic Aviation. “Salt Lake is a dynamic and growing city and a great complement to the Atlantic network. We look forward to working with the city to better serve business, general, and the wider aviation community.”
September 30, 2015