Hawthorne TTN Holdings has agreed to purchase assets of Ronson Aviation at Trenton-Mercer Airport in Trenton, N.J. The agreed price for the assets is $9.5 million, which includes $500,000 held in escrow for 15 months to secure indemnification obligations. The Ronson Aviation assets include FBO facilities, hangars and maintenance and avionics shops.
In New Jersey a sleeping giant of an airport is beginning to awaken. It has been a well kept secret for a long time, but the secret is beginning to leak out. Corporations seeking an aviation base in the heavily industrialized New York metropolitan area and the busy New York-Philadelphia corridor have generally been frustrated. Teterboro,
This month marks 75 years of service at Mercer County Airport in Trenton, N.J. (TTN). On October 26 the airport will host a celebration marking the grand opening air fair at the facility on that date in 1929. The star-studded aerial event drew 30,000 aviation enthusiasts to the airport that Saturday.
Less than six months after Shuttle America filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the Windsor Locks, Conn.-based de Havilland Dash 8 operator signed a new code-share agreement with US Airways covering new service from Boston Hanscom Field to Philadelphia and Trenton, N.J.
That’s what the Trenton-Mercer County Airport (TTN) is asking, and Mercer County plans to make public the tail numbers of aircraft that operate at the airport between midnight and 6 a.m. NBAA has expressed the opinion that such an action would be unreasonable and would unjustly discriminate against the operators of those aircraft and therefore violate the FAA Grant Assurances.
“It’s the most important piece of undiscovered aviation property east of the Mississippi,” asserted Tom Carver, president of the New Jersey Aviation Association. And what piece of property was he referring to? The Trenton-Mercer Airport, close by the northwest corner of the state capital city.