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Mountain West Acquires Two New Locations

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United States
Source: AIN

Mountain West Aviation, a service provider with locations at California’s Lake Tahoe Airport and Nevada’s Carson City Airport, has acquired El Aero Services, which operated FBOs and Part 145 repair stations at Carson City and at Elko Regional Airport, also in Nevada.

The Carson City FBO includes an 8,300-sq-ft terminal and 15,000 sq ft of hangar space sized for aircraft up to a Falcon 2000. While the deal will make Mountain West the sole aviation services provider at Nevada’s capital, the company will continue to operate the two locations as separate businesses. At Elko, the modern FBO, the only one on the field, offers a 7,000-sq-ft terminal with 10,000 sq ft of aircraft storage. With the purchase, the new locations will join Mountain West’s existing FBOs in Epic branding.



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