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Heritage Aviation acquires Atlantic Aviation’s Burlington FBO

first_imgHeritage Aviation, Inc.,Heritage Aviation, Inc has acquired the Atlantic Aviation FBO (Fixed Based Operator) at Burlington International Airport (KBTV). Operations at the location will be managed under the Heritage Aviation brand.  Transient general aviation aircraft will be handled at Heritage Aviation’s existing South Ramp Facility. Heritage Aviation now offers nearly 100,000 square feet of heated hangar space. The acquisition is effective today. It will boost employment at Heritage by 20 to 120. Julia Atherton, Public Relations Manager at Heritage, said there was some reduction in employment at Atlantic, which should be more than made up as Heritage continues to grow. She said Heritage has added 65 people in the last five years.Atherton said the former Atlantic facilities will remain open and be used to serve the Burlington Airport-based tenant aircraft community. She said only the transient general aviation aircraft will be directed to the facilities off Williston Road, where the Heritage facilities are accessed.She said terms of the deal will not be released.Meanwhile, Atlantic owner, Macquarie Infrastructure Company (NYSE: MIC), said in a statement that it had divested its BTV and Hayward, California, operations, saying they were “sub-scale.” Atlantic, it said, is negotiating the acquisition of additional US-based FBOs. Proceeds from the sales of the Hayward and Burlington operations will be retained to fund a portion of these acquisitions, should negotiations result in a purchase agreement.‘Atlantic concluded that its operations at each of Hayward and Burlington were sub-scale relative to their markets. Selling the FBOs at these airports provides Atlantic with an opportunity to pursue expansion into regions they believe have stronger growth prospects,’ added Hooke.Following the announcement of the sales, MIC reaffirmed its full-year guidance for Atlantic of EBITDA (earnings before interest taxes depreciation and amortization) of between $125 and $130 million.Atlantic operates the largest network of fixed base operations in the U.S. and opened its newest facility at Will Rogers Airport in Oklahoma City on June 21st.About Heritage AviationHeritage Aviation is a Burlington, Vermont based diversified aviation services Company providing FBO, Maintenance and Avionics, Charter and Aircraft Management.  The FBO division provides 24/7 ground handling, fueling, deicing and related aviation support services and is ideally situated as an international technical stop with U.S. Customs on-site.  The Company’s Diamond Award winning FAA certified repair station has provided aircraft maintenance and avionics services continuously for twenty-five years.  The Company’s charter division, Heritage Flight, operates aircraft globally and domestically.  Heritage Aviation operates a LEED Gold certified general aviation facility, including on-site renewable energy, as part of a commitment to environmental sustainability.About Macquarie Infrastructure CompanyMacquarie Infrastructure Company owns, operates and invests in a diversified group of infrastructure businesses providing basic, everyday services, to customers in the United States. Its ongoing businesses consist of three energy-related businesses including a gas production and distribution business (The Gas Company in Hawaii), a controlling interest in a district energy business (District Energy), and a 50% indirect interest in a bulk liquid storage terminal business (International-Matex Tank Terminals). MIC also owns and operates an aviation-related airport services business (Atlantic Aviation). The Company is managed by a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Macquarie Group. For additional information, please visit the Macquarie Infrastructure Company website at www.macquarie.com/mic(link is external).  July 1st, 2011 – Burlington, VT ‘Heritage Aviation, Inc . MIC.last_img read more

Council of Sections wants to participate in board meetings

first_imgCouncil of Sections wants to participate in board meetings Council of Sections wants to participate in board meetings May 15, 2006 Regular Newscenter_img The relationship between the Bar and its sections has improved in the past year, thanks largely to efforts by Bar President Alan Bookman, and one way to augment that would be for the Council of Sections to participate in the Board of Governors meetings.Council of Sections Chair Jeff Wasserman brought that request to the Board of Governors at its recent meeting in Coral Gables.He credited the retreat last September between the board and sections with helping improve relations and replacing an “us versus them” mentality with a “we” outlook. He also thanked Young Lawyers Division President Jamie Billotte Moses with promoting the sections in outreach efforts at law schools.“We could be informed of any happening as it occurred, rather than after the fact, and we could report back to the leaders of the sections on the issues that affect the sections, and the issues could be spoken to at the board level,” he said. “We would like to be at the table and be able to speak on behalf of the sections of The Florida Bar. They are really the movers and shakers and make things happen as far as the Bar is concerned.”Wasserman said the council would ask President-elect Hank Coxe to address that issue during his presidential year, which begins at the Annual Convention in June.Currently, the Virgil Hawkins Florida Chapter of the National Bar Association, the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and the Cuban-American Bar Association are invited to Board of Governors meetings.last_img read more

600 MW OWF in Gulf of Mexico would bring 4,470 jobs and $ 445 million – Study

first_imgIn the Offshore Renewable Energy Technologies in the Gulf of Mexico study, different offshore renewable energy technologies were analysed to determine which are best suited for development in the Gulf of Mexico. A map outlining the studies’ areas in Gulf of Mexico. Source: BOEM During the operational stage, a project of this capacity would create around 150 ongoing jobs and bring in $ 14 million annually. Following the identification of the most suitable technology, BOEM and NREL further analysed its economic feasibility for selected sites in the Gulf of Mexico. Offshore wind was identified as the leading technology, as it showed the greatest resource potential for the Gulf of Mexico and is the most mature technology of those analysed for the region, according to BOEM. The renewable energy resources evaluated included wind, wave, tidal, current, solar, deepwater source cooling, and hydrogen. In the Offshore Wind in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico: Regional Economic Modeling & Site-Specific Analyses study, BOEM and NREL analysed the economic impact of a 600 MW project at a reference site with a commercial operation date of 2030. BOEM’s Gulf of Mexico OCS office issued two new studies on renewable energy in the Gulf of Mexico at the end of April, developed in cooperation with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). The analysis did not include the likely further jobs or impacts in the Gulf of Mexico that may be created while supporting offshore wind projects built in other regions of the U.S., or the world. A 600 MW offshore wind farm in the Gulf of Mexico, with a commercial operation date of 2030, would bring some 4,470 jobs and $ 445 million in gross domestic product (GDP) during construction, according to a study released by the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). NREL announced back in 2017 that it would carry out a survey to examine the feasibility of various potential offshore renewable energy resources in the Gulf of Mexico, primarily offshore wind. The results of the two studies issued in April 2020 will inform Federal, State, and local strategic renewable energy planning over the next decade, BOEM said. The site-specific economic analysis indicated that a single offshore wind project of this size could support approximately 4,470 jobs and $ 445 million in gross domestic product (GDP) during construction and an ongoing 150 jobs and $ 14 million annually from operation and maintenance labor, materials, and services. last_img read more