Henry Laughlin of Northeast Aviation, one of two fuel providers at the Portland
Henry Laughlin of Northeast Aviation, one of two fuel providers at the Portland International Jetport, says Irving Oil has reneged on an agreement that would have allowed Laughlin to purchase fuel at the same price that Irving does. Northeast Aviation and Irving engaged in a bidding war to purchase the bankrupt Jet Services in the fall of 1995, with Irving eventually paying $1.54 million when the company was assessed at $500,000. Laughlin has been meeting Irving's price for fuel, and recently expanded services to attract customers. Details.
Irving Oil Corp, Northeast Aviation Company
Barry, Christopher, "Henry Laughlin of Northeast Aviation, one of two fuel providers at the Portland" (1996). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 1149.
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