Serving Airports of Every Size
Our airport engineering team has completed hundreds of development projects for airports across the country, regardless of their size or complexity.
- Small general aviation facilities
- Commuter and corporate jet facilities
- Larger airports with scheduled passenger service
- Major hub carrier airports
Targeted Results. Expertly Managed.
As an integrated firm that provides a full array of services, L.R. Kimball offers clients ready access to in-house experts who can:
- Guide them through every phase of airside and landside developments
- Provide top-notch environmental, architectural and state-of-the-art communications technology services
- Share in-depth knowledge of Federal Aviation Administration, state, county and local regulations
- Effectively communicate with airport owners and deliver completed projects
Combining these full service assets with our specific aviation expertise is a proven formula that provides targeted results for every client we serve.
The Origins of the "Air Force One" Call Sign
In 1953, Eastern Airlines commercial flight 8610 had the same call sign as Air Force 8610, the flight that carried President Dwight Eisenhower. After the aircraft accidentally entered the same airspace, the unique call sign "Air Force One" was introduced for the U.S. Air Force presidential aircraft.