AFCO completed the acquisition of the trade name and assets of AvPORTS, which includes seven U.S. airport management contracts, from Macquarie Aviation North America, effective January 1, 2009.
The assets being acquired by AFCO include management contracts to manage the airports on behalf of local governments at Albany International Airport (ALB) in Albany, New York; Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) in Atlantic City, New Jersey; Republic Airport (FRG) in Farmingdale, New York; Stewart International Airport (SWF) in the City of Newburgh and the Town of New Windsor, New York; Teterboro Airport (TEB) in Teterboro, New Jersey; Tweed-New Haven Regional Airport (HVN) in New Haven, Connecticut; and Westchester County Airport (HPN) in White Plains, New York.
AvPORTS originated more than 80 years ago as Pan Am World Services, a division of Pam American Airlines and in subsequent buyouts has operated under the name of Johnson Controls World Services and American Port Services. AvPORTS is currently one of the largest private airport management companies in the U.S. with more than 500 employees.
AvPORTS areas of expertise include:
Air Carrier, Reliever & General Aviation Heliports
Engineering & Development
Marketing & Air Service Development
Airport Rescue & Fire Fighting
Capital Program Funding
Environmental Assessment & Consultancy
Passenger Terminals & Cargo Facilities
Air Terminal & Hangar Operations Management
Planning, Design & Engineering
Project Finance, Marketing & Leasing Building Maintenance
Equipment Operations & Maintenance
For additional information, please visit www.avports.com