Million air jet

Jeff and his team are every bit as good as they were under former ownership. We diverted to SLC unplanned, they parked me close to the building and doted on my kids and me — following up directly to make sure we had our car, that the aircraft was fueled, etc. Given that this is a big FBO and gets a lot of planes: call ahead several hours before leaving the airport: they will bring your plane around and prep your bill so you don’t have to wait. By the way this is the easiest way to fly into SLC: rental cars available onsite, FBO is moments off the runway unused by airline traffic, great GPS approach from the south, etc. Thanks again!

Went into this FBO the day they changed over from Million Air to TAC Air and even though the name changed the high quality of service didn’t. We will definitely be back again to see these guys. There is also a pilot shop in the FBO.

WESTFIELD - Gov. Charlie Baker, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and U.S. Rep. Richard Neal praised the 104th Fighter Wing at Barnes Air National Guard Base on Friday during a celebration of the newly renovated main hangar for its F-15 Eagle fighter jets.

The $12.2 million renovation included safety and energy efficiency upgrades to the 50,517-square-foot building. 104th Fighter Wing Commander Col. James Suhr said the renovations took three years and provide the facility with state-of-the-art technology.

The ceiling remains intact with some updates and paint, and the floor received a skid-proof epoxy coating in a shade of white that reflects light. Suhr said bringing light into the building was a big part of the project.