El Paso International Airport Announces Grand Opening of Cutter Aviation's New State-of-the-Art Fixed Base Operation Facility
The El Paso International Airport and Cutter Aviation introduced the new state-of-the-art fixed base operation facility to the public on Wednesday, June 14, 2006.
William P. Cutter said, "The new facility will work to enhance Cutter Aviation's existing wide range of services."
"The completion of our new facility will allow us to uphold the reputation that we worked hard to establish since 1928," stated Alfonso Moreno Jr., Vice President and General Manager of Cutter Aviation.
"The six year programmed effort to move our two aircraft service centers accomplishes three critical goals," Patrick Abeln, Director of Aviation, City of El Paso stated. "First, we will have two, new state-of-the-art service centers for our corporate and general aviation customers, competitive with any in the nation. Second, we will have moved General Aviation activity away from our airline terminal, improving security and aircraft operating safety. Lastly all, we will double the size of our long-term automobile parking, eliminating the need for remote overflow parking in peak periods."
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