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AirMed nearly doubles its footprint at San Antonio
AirMed International has taken out a multi-year lease for a new 12,100 sq ft hangar on an eight-acre, multi-tenant, seven-hangar complex at San Antonio International Airport (SAT) in Texas.

AirMed International has taken out a multi-year lease for a new 12,100 sq ft hangar on an eight-acre, multi-tenant, seven-hangar complex at San Antonio International Airport (SAT) in Texas. American Corporate Airport Partners (ACAP), a US airport development firm, currently only has one remaining 15,400 sq ft hangar for lease at the airport.

By committing to the new facility, immediately adjacent to its existing hangar, AirMed will nearly double its footprint at SAT to facilitate expanded flight operations. “The new hangar will accommodate crew quarters, aircraft staging and line maintenance capability to facilitate AirMed's service expansion and help ensure our place as a premier provider of air medical transportation in the US,” says Denise M. Treadwell, AirMed's president. The San Antonio location is one of three US bases for AirMed; the others are in Las Vegas, Nevada and Birmingham, Alabama.

“We, at American Corporate Airport Partners, appreciate the opportunity to work with AirMed, the City of San Antonio and airport director Jesus Saenz and staff to bring new development, jobs and economic activity to the region,” says ACAP's CEO Thomas Bosco.

ACAP's CDO Ronan Byrne adds that ACAP is “especially gratified to provide the infrastructure AirMed needs to expand its vital services in the San Antonio area.”

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