THEODORE FRANCIS GREEN STATE AIRPORT (PVD)
Allied Aviation History at PVD:
Allied Aviation was awarded the contract to provide Management and Operations of the Airport Fuel and Glycol Facility at T F Green Airport in Providence Rhode Island (PVD) effective April 1, 2008. The contract term is for five (5) years with the consortium of airlines that service PVD.
In conjunction with these services Allied Aviation was also awarded the contract to provide into-plane fueling for Southwest Airlines at PVD. The operation fits well into the Allied Aviation portfolio of locations as it strengthens our presence in the northeastern United States.
T F Green Airport is the 25th in Allied Aviation’s global network of airports. Management of 300,000 gallons of jet fuel storage as well 46,000 gallons of glycol storage. Allied Aviation is responsible for the quality of the delivered products as well as maintaining inventory for its customers.
Allied Aviation is also providing into-plane fueling services for Southwest Airlines, who is the largest airline at TF Green, at 34 flights per day.
T F Green Airport, is a public airport located in Warwick, six miles south of Providence, Rhode Island. TF Green Airport is a popular alternative for Boston Logan International Airport. The airport most recently renovated its main terminal with improved baggage systems and baggage claim areas, increased concessions and plenty of passenger friendly amenities. The airport is operated by RIAC ( Rhode Island Airport Corporation) which operates six (6) airport in Rhode Island. RIAC plans on extending runway length so that flights may depart to dentations as far as the west coast.