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On Thursday, June 5, Alpha Flying, Inc. (AFI) and Atlas Aircraft Center, Inc. (AAC) will hold the Grand Opening Celebration for their new state-of-the-art aviation facility at Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
AFI is an aircraft management company and Program Manager of PlaneSense®, one of the six largest aircraft fractional ownership programs in North America and the largest regional fractional program in the world. AAC, an affiliated company, is the exclusive factory authorized aircraft maintenance service center for New England, New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Michigan for the Pilatus PC-12.
The newly built facility houses offices and maintenance facilities, including a 40,000 square foot hangar, and features new technology such as thermally insulated hangar doors, full under-floor radiant heating, voice-over-internet telephony and wi-fi throughout the building and on the aircraft parking ramp.
PlaneSense says they fly the largest fleet of Pilatus PC-12s in the world, with 34 PC-12s in its fleet and an additional 19 orders through 2010. PlaneSense is also the launch fleet customer for the Grob Spn jet, with 25 orders. Deliveries of this state-of-the-art, 6-passenger jet are expected to start in the second quarter of 2009.
“The participants in the PlaneSense fractional ownership program own shares of aircraft in the PlaneSense fleet. Through an exchange of these shares, each participant in the program is entitled to access the entire fleet. PlaneSense participants thus enjoy the benefits of sole aircraft ownership by purchasing as little or as much of an airplane as they need, at a fraction of the cost of buying an entire plane. Alpha Flying arranges for the scheduling, maintenance, crewing and other administrative services that support the PlaneSense Program.”
Due to the rapid growth of fractional ownership and PlaneSense’s expanding fleet, AFI and AAC decided to move from the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport to this larger facility at Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
“Governor Lynch is invited to join officials from the City of Portsmouth and the Pease Development Authority, the FAA, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA), the National Business Aircraft Association (NBAA), and leaders from the business aviation industry and the local community in celebrating this major addition to the airside at Pease Airport.”
For further information, you can contact Pat Reed, Vice President of Sales at 603-501-7750 or email@example.com.