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Maverick Opens New Vegas Terminal

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Maverick Opens New Vegas Terminal - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United States Aircraft: Helicopters
Source: AIN

Heli-tour operator Maverick Helicopters recently unveiled its new $5 million Las Vegas terminal. The facility has floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook McCarran International Airport’s runways, private space for VIPs and group events, a café with expanded food and beverage selections, a registration desk with double the capacity of the one in the previous terminal, a separate photo and video desk for passengers to purchase photos and videos from their flights, leather couches, large courtyard designed for group and corporate events and a greatly expanded gift shop. The new Las Vegas terminal is adjacent to the existing building, which will soon be renovated.

“We broke ground on this project approximately one year ago, and this opening represents a big milestone for Maverick Helicopters,” said John Buch, president of Maverick Aviation Group. “This year has been one of our best yet–from opening our fifth location in Maui to unveiling one of the most elaborate helicopter terminals in the world here in Las Vegas, we couldn’t be more thankful to everyone who has helped us get to where we are today.”

Maverick operates a fleet of Airbus EC130s in Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii.



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