Friday, July 10, 2015 – 09:00 a.m.
The March Joint Powers Authority has officially launched its new general aviation facility and fixed base operation at March Air Reserve Base.
A quiet grand opening event was held back on May 6, 2015.
The kicker here?
The FBO is managed by Millionaire.
Millionaire, one of the largest fixed base operators in the country, is the very same company that walked on the FBO at neighboring San Bernardino International Airport (SBIA), after the company realized it had essentially signed a contract with Ringling Brothers Circus.
The 5,000-square-foot terminal is accompanied by a 150,000-square-foot ramp capable of handling almost any size aircraft. Let’s also not forget about the 13,301 foot runway length.
Anyways, the March facility appears to be top-notch and a likely draw for local aviation enthusiasts.
The development is another blow to efforts to resuscitate SBIA.
Congratulations on bringing forward a positive development for the region.
Thank you to Airport Director Gary Gosliga for including us in the media distribution.
To read the entire release, click the following link: A Hidden Secret Unveiled to General Aviation Enthusiasts in SoCal