Atlantic Aviation, a leading aviation infrastructure platform with the second largest network of fixed base operators (FBOs) in North America, today announced that Jeff Foland will succeed Lou Pepper as Chief Executive Officer, effective August 14, 2023.
Atlantic Aviation announced a significant new addition to its network on the Eastern Seaboard as it begins management of fixed base operations (FBO) at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD). The company has completed its move into the new location and begun serving customers.
Last week, Atlantic Aviation completed the transition of all six Air Service Hawaii locations to Atlantic Aviation branding and operational standards. While signage, vehicles, and staff uniforms all reflect the familiar Atlantic look and feel, the well-known Hawaiian hospitality and warmth at each facility remains unchanged - perhaps symbolized best by the company continuing the long-standing tradition of presenting Hawaiian floral leis to arriving passengers and crew members at every location.
Atlantic Aviation has further advanced Aspen/Pitkin County Airport’s (ASE) position at the forefront of sustainability and customer experience with the successful transition of nearly all of its ramp service vehicles to electric power.
Facility expansions and enhancements are well underway or have been completed in recent months at several of Atlantic Aviation’s more than 100 locations. All are part of a major improvement initiative network-wide and include both new construction as well as upgrades to existing facilities.