New ARFF Station Completion
On November 28, 2017, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held to commemorate the completion of the new Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Station.
Gainesville-Alachua County Regional Airport Authority Chair Robert Page was joined by Allan Penksa and Gainesville Fire Rescue and city officials to open the new facility.
GNV Station 6 was designed by the engineering firm Michael Baker International, Inc., Jacksonville, FL, with input from airport staff and GFR officials.
Construction of the station and an interior road, which provides access to the airfield, began in early January, 2017.
The contractor for the project is Scherer Construction, Gainesville, FL. The 8,700 sq. ft. building, road construction and related site improvements were constructed at a cost of approximately $3.5 million. Ninety percent (90%) of the eligible costs of the project are funded by a Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Program grant. The remaining ten percent (10%) is funded by the Airport’s Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) collections.
“The new facility will better serve the operational needs of the Airport ARFF unit and the location provides for faster response to the Airport’s primary runway and commercial terminal,” says Penksa. The building replaces the existing ARFF station constructed on the general aviation side of the Airport in 1979. The final phase of the project will be the demolition of the obsolete ARFF building.
From left: Airport CEO Allan Penksa, GACRAA Chair Bob Page, GFR Chief Jeffrey Lane, Gainesville City Commissioner David Arreola, Gainesville City Commissioner Helen Warren.
Hurricane Irma Update: Airline Flights to CLT and ATL Resume Tuesday, September 12
The Gainesville Regional Airport Airline Passenger Terminal, which is closed due to Hurricane Irma, will reopen on Tuesday morning, September 12.
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Airline Flight Cancellations - Airline Terminal Closure
The Gainesville Regional Airport Airline Passenger Terminal will be closed on Sunday and Monday, September 10 and 11. Airport staff plans to reopen the terminal on Tuesday morning, September 12.
Rental car companies will not operate on Sunday and Monday.
American Airlines and Delta Air Lines have cancelled all flights on Sunday and Monday.
Please check with your airline for possible additional schedule updates and rebooking.
As of Friday afternoon, the airlines have notified us of the following:
American Airlines: Miami - Flights are cancelled on Saturday, Sept 9.
American Airlines - Sept. 9: Departures to Charlotte - Flights 5246, 5308 and 5236 are scheduled to depart on-time
American Airlines - Sept. 9: Arrivals from Charlotte - Flights 5371 and 5063 are scheduled to arrive on-time. Flight 5202 is cancelled.
Delta Air Lines - Sept. 9: Departures to Atlanta - Flights 1220, 3482, 3470 and 4913 are scheduled to depart on-time.
Delta Air Lines - Sept. 9: Arrivals from Atlanta - Flights 3470 and 4913 are scheduled to arrive on-time.
For Flights 3467 (8:14 pm) and 3285 (11:33 pm), please check flight status with the Delta. www.delta.com 1-800-221-1212
The first departures on Tuesday, Sept 12 are anticipated to be: Delta Flight 3500 at 9:55 a.m. and American Flight 5308 at 11:06 a.m. We strongly recommend you check the status of all flights with the airlines. www.aa.com 1-800-433-7300 and www.delta.com 1-800-221-1212
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