San Bernardino International Airport

May 5, 2013 - 1:55am

The head of the former Million Air franchise at California’s San Bernardino International Airport was arrested at the end of March on charges of conspiracy and perjury that claim he and a co-conspirator siphoned money from the airport.

February 21, 2012 - 2:35pm

A San Bernardino, Calif. Superior Court judge dissolved a temporary restraining order against the San Bernardino Airport Authority on Friday, paving the way for the authority to terminate its fueling contract with SBD Airport Services. SBD is one of several companies operating at the airport with ties to airport developer Scot Spencer and former airport executive director T. Milford Harrison.

December 15, 2011 - 3:11pm

Norton Property Management, which is owned by Milford Harrison and Scot Spencer, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on December 7.

September 29, 2011 - 10:55am
Million Air opened a managed facility at SBD in August 2010. The FBO is opera

It’s business as usual at the Million Air FBO at San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) in Southern California, following an FBI document-gathering raid of airport offices last week. On June 30, a grand jury report raised questions about how improvements to the airport were managed by Scot Spencer, “a convicted felon who served time for bankruptcy fraud in a federal penitentiary,” according to the report.

September 28, 2010 - 10:27am

Million Air’s newest franchise FBO at San Bernardino International Airport in Southern California held a grand opening ceremony on August 6. The former Norton AFB closed in 1994, and growing industrial use of local land by companies such as Stater Brothers Markets, Mattel, Kohl’s and Pep Boys Auto stimulated the local airport authority’s desire to improve the airport infrastructure.

June 2, 2009 - 11:40am

The planned closure of Rialto Municipal Airport, also known as Art Scholl Memorial Field, in southern California sometime next year means even fewer places for aircraft owners to base their airplanes and yet another community without the benefits of a vibrant airport. Plans call for Lewis-Hillwood Rialto to build a mixed-use housing and office development on the airport’s 453 acres.

 
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