Million Air moves into Reno facility


Company says new FBO should be finished in 2013

Million Air has announced the
completion of a US$350,000 facility renovation and is now operating as Million
Air Reno on the east side of Reno-Tahoe
International Airport.
Million Air had been operating as Reno Aviation on the west side of the airport
until the renovation was finished. The recent move marks the beginning of a
multi-phased plan to construct and transition into a new fixed-based operation
(FBO) complex by 2013.

Million Air has been approved
for a 50-year lease agreement by the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority board of
trustees. Construction of the US$20 million general aviation complex is slated
to begin June 2012.

“The interim facility will
serve as the FBO operation until we complete the design and construction of the
permanent FBO and hangar campus,” said Terry Cross, chief operating officer for
Million Air. “Our goal is to develop new business and bring customers back to Reno by expanding hangar
capacity for the airport.”

“Million Air is looking
forward to building a strong partnership in Reno while making that important
first and last impression on customers as they come and go from the region,”
Roger Woolsey, Million Air chide executive officer said. “We look forward to
serving all facets of the aviation community and setting a standard for service
in a region where hospitality is part of the culture.”