Fri, Jul 13, 2007
Will Be Company's First Facility In Arizona
Million Air broke ground Wednesday on its first executive
airplane terminal in Arizona, at Tucson International Airport
Ash Vij, president of Premier Aviation, and Rita Vij, vice
president of Premier Aviation, own the Million Air Tucson
"Franchisees are chosen for the ability to embrace the Million
Air culture and to deliver the high level of service our customers
are accustomed to from a Million Air location" said Sandy Nelson,
chief brand officer of Million Air. "Ash Vij embraces those
standards and will be a wonderful representative of our brand."
"Million Air Tucson will be our first terminal in Arizona," said
Roger Woolsey, president and chief executive officer of Million
Air. "Tucson is also an ideal refueling location for private jets
flying east to west."
Seaver Franks Architects conceptualized the design, and Lang
Wyatt will handle construction of the nearly $5 million
The two-story executive terminal will consist of 20,000 square
feet of Class A, all-glass office space and will feature luxury
amenities for guests, including refreshment bar and
state-of-the-art theater room. The development will also include an
additional 20,000 square feet of hangar space to accommodate
aircraft as large as a Gulfstream 550.
The facility will be located in the Campbell/Valencia General
Aviation Complex, and is scheduled for completion in May 2008.
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