We are improving access to and from of the airport ramp, outside of normal business hours.

Going Green

    • August 2022
      • Terminal Lobby lighting updated from 8- 400 Watt metalhalide units, to 6 state of the art 150 watt LED flood lights. This update has allowed for a slight increase in illumination¬† and drastic reduction in power consumption.
    • March 2022
      • The Aircraft Ramp Lighting has been updated with state of the art LED flood lights. This update has allowed for increase illumination for better visibility during night operations and reduced the power consumption.
    • Summer 2022, we began branded fuel service with the AvFuel Corporation. We added a refurbished Jet-A and New 100LL trucks to our fuel service fleet.
    • October 2020
      • Currently we are updating the Terminal inside lighting from Fluorescent to LED tubes. This not only reduces to power consumption by half, but increases the light output, eliminates the ballasts and flicking in the old units
    • August 2020
      • The Terminal Front Overhang has been Updated from high output metalhalide bulbs to integrated LED units.
    • With the Runway Extension Project most all of the airfield lighting has been updated to LED systems.
    • Reducing Waste:
      • Early this spring a fuel sump reclamation system was installed. This allows the fuel from our morning quality control checks to be re-filtered and returned to the fuel farm for use.
      • This equates to a savings of around $10,000 a year and a lot less waste fuel having to be disposed of.

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