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INDUSTRY UPDATE
the airport fell from last year. What was not reported, she
said, was that some of those profits were used to reinvest
back into the airport - for example, of the $1.4 million
in revenue for 2018, $340,000 went into design work for
the rehabilitation of a terminal apron (ramp) for the west
concourse. The apron design will be completed this year.
As a result, the airport will become eligible to compete for
$10 million in federal construction funding to complete
the project.
AviationPros.com/21075841

Dave Paddock Appointed New
President of Jet Aviation
Dave Paddock has been appointed as the new
President of the Jet Aviation Group, effective
July 1. Paddock succeeds Rob Smith, who
has served the company in this role since
2014. Smith is leaving Jet Aviation to join
General Dynamics' Marine Systems business
unit. A 20-year industry veteran, David
Paddock joined Jet Aviation in January 2007
as vice president of business development and
strategic planning. He was appointed to his current position
of SVP regional operations USA in January 2015, where he
is responsible for acquisitions, facility expansions and the
entire portfolio of Jet services. Prior to joining Jet Aviation,
Paddock served as vice president and managing officer for
SH&E, specializing in business aviation strategy, market
analysis and planning.
AviationPros.com/21074265

IJGlobal Chooses LAX People Mover as 'North
American PPP Deal of the Year'
The Los Angeles International
Airport (LAX) Automated People
Mover (APM) was recognized
as the "North American PPP
( Publ ic-Pr ivate Par tnership)
Deal of the Year" by IJGlobal, an
online database of infrastructure
and project finance transactions
and one of the world's mostrespected infrastructure news
sites. The award was presented
du r i ng a ceremony at t he
Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New
York City.
"This project breaks new
ground for f inancing in the
U.S. It is the f irst time that a
DBFOM model has been used for
a transport system of this nature at
a U.S. airport," said Ila Patel, Americas Editor, IJGlobal,
who is one of the judges.
AviationPros.com/21073013

Walter P Moore Announces Key Leadership
Transitions in Firm's Structures Group
Blair Hanuschak, P.E., senior principal, has been
promoted to executive director of structures,
which spans 19 U.S. offices, five international
locations and comprises roughly 54 percent of the
firm's employees. Blair will captain an executive
suite of structural leaders, which includes Senior
Principals Mark Larsen, P.E., S.E. (Operations
Director), Viral Patel, P.E. (Director of Design),
and Mashari Nassar, P.E. (Client Director). A
27-year veteran at Walter P Moore and member
of the board of directors, He has served as a regional and
managing director for structures and as global aviation
practice leader. He has been instrumental in establishing
the firm as a leader in airport design, and in 2008 he founded
Walter P Moore's Washington, D.C. office, now the firm's
2nd largest U.S. location.
AviationPros.com/21075356

The Paragon Network Expands
to the Charleston Market
Lowcountry Aviation in Walterboro, SC (RBW), is now
an elite member of The Paragon Network. Lowcountry
Aviation at Lowcountry Regional Airport in Walterboro,
SC, just outside of Charleston, is a full-service FBO and
part 145 maintenance station. Their newly remodeled
state-of-the-art facility features a pilot lounge, private VIP
lounge, conference room and more. Lowcountry Aviation
has over 30,000 sq. ft. of hangar space available for based
tenants and transient customers. All of their line personnel
are NATA Safety 1st Certified.
AviationPros.com/21074337

Aviation Legend Clay Lacy Awarded
2019 Hoover Trophy
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
(AOPA) honored aviation legend Clay Lacy
and others at the fourth annual R.A. Bob
Hoover Trophy Awards.
Actor and general aviation advocate
Harrison Ford presented the 2019 Hoover Trophy to Clay
Lacy, the record-setting air race champion, military test pilot,
airline captain, cinematographer and entrepreneur.
Lacy, an airman from Wichita, Kansas, has logged 53,000
hours in more than 300 aircraft, earned 32 type ratings, set
29 world speed records, and f lown more than 2,500 film
missions from his adopted Los Angeles home.
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Airport Business

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Airport Business

Inside the Fence
Industry Update
Parking, Profitability & Pinatas
Security by Design - New Security Technology and the Future of Airport Security Checkpoint Design
Washington Watch
A Vision for the Next Generation of Passenger Needs
Digital Signage Provides New Opportunities for Airport Retail
Totally Boggus
Executive Search Part 1: An Education on a Widely Used but Misinterpreted Topic
Know Your Needs for ARFF Equipment
American Aero's Journey to IS-BAH Stage III
Product Profile
Grounded in Safety...or Safety, Grounded?
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Airport Business - Inside the Fence
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Airport Business - Industry Update
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Airport Business - Parking, Profitability & Pinatas
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Airport Business - Security by Design - New Security Technology and the Future of Airport Security Checkpoint Design
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Airport Business - Washington Watch
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Airport Business - A Vision for the Next Generation of Passenger Needs
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Airport Business - Digital Signage Provides New Opportunities for Airport Retail
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Airport Business - Totally Boggus
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Airport Business - Executive Search Part 1: An Education on a Widely Used but Misinterpreted Topic
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Airport Business - Know Your Needs for ARFF Equipment
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Airport Business - American Aero's Journey to IS-BAH Stage III
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Airport Business - Product Profile
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Airport Business - Grounded in Safety...or Safety, Grounded?
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