TAC Air, a division of Truman Arnold Companies, has just completed extensive interior and exterior renovations to its executive terminal at Eppley Airfield (OMA) in Omaha, Nebraska, and is moving forward with the construction of 20,000 square feet of new hangar space to accommodate general aviation customers.
Interior upgrades were made throughout the executive terminal to passenger and pilot lounge areas alike in order to exceed visitor expectations. Improvements to the interior facility include new wall and floor coverings, remodeled restrooms, a modernized conference room, a remodeled pilot lounge with new furniture, HDTV and work stations, new and refinished lobby furniture, an updated weather briefing room, enhanced Wi-Fi connections and a new interior ceiling.
Upgrades to the OMA facility are not limited to the interior spaces; the exterior of the facility has also been overhauled to meet customers’ needs. Passengers will now be shielded from the elements by a new ramp side entrance canopy, as well as a new street side covered pick up and drop off canopy. All new exterior LED lighting and a new executive terminal roof have also been installed. Hangar interiors were also painted and floors refinished during the renovation.
TAC Air is excited to announce that construction of a 20,000 square foot storage hangar, 2,000 square feet of office space and 60,000 square feet of ramp space is slated to begin immediately to accommodate growing industry demands. Construction of the new amenities is scheduled to be completed by late spring of 2013.
According to TAC Air OMA general manager Mike Wilwerding, “We’re very pleased with the outcome of the renovation project and covered entrances for our customers. Pilots and passengers alike will all benefit from all the upgrades throughout the executive terminal and hangars.”
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