A R R I V A L S L O U N G E
Left inset: Construction of
the new FBO started at
El Paso Airport in February
after a ground breaking
“We are confident
we can deliver a
facility and service
level that will be
Roger Woolsey, CEO of Million Air
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“It will have a café for customers, conference
rooms, a theatre room, and all the amenities
one would expect from a Million Air, including a
complementary refreshment bar, pilots’ lounges, flight
planning room, office space, hangar space, snooze
rooms and showers,” said Woolsey.
“We always strive to make our customers feel at
home, so we have taken every consideration into
account to make sure our facility layout and amenities
reflect the unparalleled experience that customers
have come to expect from Million Air.
“We are confident we can deliver a facility and
service level that will be unrivaled at this airport.
Our operation will provide unmatched services and
amenities for air travel that no one in this region has
experienced before,” he added.
Existing airport activity
Once completed the Million Air terminal will join the
existing Atlantic Aviation facility, which is already
servicing the El Paso Airport’s business and general
aviation traffic. Atlantic’ FBO offers maintenance,
fuel sales, hangar storage, flight instruction and
Two FBOs did exist at the airport, which has around
50 private jets land there every day, but Atlantic
Aviation bought out the Cutter Aviation terminal at the
site several years ago.
EL Paso International Airport handles around
3 million passengers a year and is spread across
a 7,000 acre site. It is one of the leading airports in
the USA for commercial development and has more
than 200 businesses and industrial companies within
its three industrial parks and air cargo center. Also
present on the site are two golf clubs, hotels, retail
outlets and restaurants.
Above: El Paso Airport’s
main passenger terminal