A spokeswoman for Atlas said no one was available for comment beyond the company’s release.
A spokeswoman for Amazon also confirmed that Atlas will fly for her company to and from Wilmington.
“There is still much to be decided in terms of our operations but we’re excited to be increasing capacity for customers through our plane leases,” said Amazon spokeswoman Amanda Ip in response to a question from the Dayton Daily News about how many flights Amazon intended to fly to and through Wilmington.
The Dayton Daily News first reported Wednesday that Wilmington Air Park and Atlas were crafting an operating agreement to land flights at Wilmington.
Dan Evers, executive director of the Clinton County Port Authority, which owns the air park, said the port authority’s board approved that operating agreement Thursday between the air park and Atlas. The agreement gives Atlas space at the facility.