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The design of the Million Air terminal building is unlike anything ever seen at the airport, incorporating a soaring curved roof, stone walls, six stone-framed fireplaces, wood beam ceilings, custom chandeliers, luxury seating, a coffee bar and enormous windows.
Fly Louie, an aviation startup with its first routes out of Westchester County Airport, hopes to “meld the best of commercial travel with the...
As the federal government shutdown entered its 13th day today, impacts were starting to be felt within the Federal Aviation Administration's air traffic control tower at Westchester County Airport, the Business Journal learned.
The TSA workers have been coming in to perform their duties as volunteers. There is an expectation they will receive back pay when the federal government reopens.
The company pitches it service as a way to skip the inconveniences of commercial flights without spending thousands chartering an actual private flight.
Westchester-Nantucket flights launch June 13, 2019 and will operate Thursdays through Mondays.
The Business Council of Westchester's new Coalition for Westchester Airport will promote a petition to the county government in support of bringing an independent operator to the airport.
“We never once viewed the airport as a piggy bank to crack open,” said County Executive George Latimer.
New general manager Lauren Rones-Payne comes to Million Air from the luxury fashion industry.
Latimer said he planned to encourage the county legislators to “explore the issue” of bringing in an outside firm to operate the airport.
“Our job at Million Air is to really drive that first impression of Westchester,” said Million Air CEO Roger Woolsey.
Over five decades, the White Plains firm's major projects include Westchester Medical Center hospital building and Westchester County Airport terminal.
“We need much more public input, especially on the master plan first, before we even start considering any proposal for privatization,” Legislator Catherine Parker said.
The service, which will run on Mondays and Fridays beginning on Nov. 10, was designed for convenient weekend and weeklong travel, Elite officials said.
A partnership between a New York-based infrastructure company and a Spanish conglomerate has emerged as the third bidder for the Westchester County Airport.