From Rendering to Reality
Our new General Aviation Terminal is complete after a yearlong $8 million renovation process. The terminal, which originally opened in 1992, features an upgraded lobby, expanded passenger lounge, a marketplace, exterior canopies, upgraded office space and pilots’ lounges designed by Schenkel Shultz Architecture and constructed by Owen-Ames-Kimball Co.
Upon entering the terminal, guests are greeted with designs reminiscent of the ocean and the coast. The main cooling canopy is in the style of the Naples Pier and the updated terminal now reflects the style and quality of the community. According to NAA Community Outreach and Communications Manager Zachary Burch, “The feedback from passengers and pilots has been very positive, and we look forward to welcoming all of our tenants and customers into a facility that now matches what people expect from Naples.”
The new terminal was officially dedicated on Thursday September 15th. Naples Mayor Teresa Heitmann, NAA Board Chair Kerry Dustin, and NAA Executive Director Chris Rozansky spoke at the event.
Check out the inspiration for the new space and the final results below!