Freeman Holdings Group, a franchisee of Million Air, will soon begin construction on a $20 million project at Kalaeloa Airport, also called John Rodgers Field (PHJR). Million Air Honolulu will feature a 30,000 sq. ft. hangar, 10,000 sq. ft. FBO and café, and a new fuel farm.The fuel farm will be capable of holding 150,000 gallons of jet fuel and 10,000 gallons of Avgas, and should be completed next month. A temporary FBO facility will be operational at the airport in January of 2022, with the groundbreaking of the permanent FBO estimated in the second quarter of 2022.Compared to the Honolulu International Airport (HNL), John Rodgers Field has lower air traffic, making it a great choice for aircraft traveling to and from the United States mainland. PHJR has expansive ramps and long runways - 8,000 ft. and 6,000 ft. respectively - that can accommodate a wide variety of aircraft. The airfield has also recently undergone improvements, including partial runway resurfacing, airfield lighting, communications, and emergency systems."As an organization, we are always looking for underutilized airports across the country that would benefit from our involvement and private investment that would serve as a catalyst for increasing activity," said Scott Freeman, CEO of the Freeman Holdings Group. "We have long had (Kalaeloa) on our list of potential growth locations, and after some due diligence, we felt it was a project worth pursuing."