US-based holding company Burrell Aviation has entered a national partnership with Alliance Ground International (AGI) for cargo and commercial aviation, facility investment, development and operations in the US.
The companies will work together to increase cargo capacity and modernise airfield infrastructure at certain US airports.
They will also aim to provide ‘best-in-class’ cargo handling services for the air cargo community.
Over the last 18 months, Burrell Aviation has signed long-term lease and development agreements with more than 30 airports of varying sizes.
These include airports from the US’ Pacific Northwest region to the southern coast of Florida.
Burrell Aviation currently has more than 600 acres of airfield land reserved for the development of required or desired non-passenger aviation infrastructure.
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This infrastructure can be air cargo, integrated logistics, aerospace or defence, cold storage, aircraft maintenance or commercial aviation.
Burrell Aviation CEO John Carver said: “Burrell Aviation believes its capital investment in airports across the US represents a once-in-a-generation opportunity to create a new and sustainable model for the aviation industry as a whole.
“Our commitment to the US airport community, now combined with AGI’s proven operational expertise, represents a powerful deliverable to all airports seeking to improve and expand their non-passenger business lines.”
AGI CEO Jared Azcuy said: “This partnership will ensure that every cargo facility invested and developed by Burrell Aviation will be able to not only deliver to the airport state-of-the-art supply chain infrastructure, but will now have the ability to provide cargo handling operations to the end user at the highest level of efficiency and performance.”
Burrell Aviation also recently formed similar strategic partnerships with Lemartec and Perez & Perez Architects Planners.
The company has selected Cushman & Wakefield Aerospace Practice Group to provide dedicated aviation industry business attraction services for its portfolio of airports across the US.