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Million Air Houston Mega Hangar Coming 'Soon'

Will Be Capable Of Accommodating A Gulfstream 650

The hangar landscape at Million Air Houston Hobby is again changing. Million Air’s 20,000-square foot FBO and ten-acre ramp was completed just a few years ago, and now, to keep up with customer demand, a 52,000-square foot ClearSpan mega hangar will be constructed.

“Observing our customer’s pleasure with the service Million Air Houston’s employees provide, and our customer’s comfort in our new FBO, energizes our team to reinvest in Houston’s facilities so that more customers can make Million Air Houston their home,” said Terry Cross, Million Air’s Chief Operations Officer.

The mega hangar will complement Million Air Houston’s existing footprint of seven hangars and nearly 99,000 sq. ft. of hangar space. The structure will have a 300-ft. door and 28-ft. height clearance, making it easily capable of housing aircraft up to a Gulfstream 650. Million Air will demo a couple of its smaller hangars and an adjacent car park area to make room for the mega hangar.

At present, the conceptual design stage has been completed and construction on the mega hangar has begun, with the completion date expected to be the first quarter of 2018. One third of the hangar is pre-leased, with hangar space still available.

(Source: Million Air media release. Image from file)

FMI: www.millionair.com

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