Atlantic Aviation Starts Construction on 36,500-sq-ft Genav Hangar at LAX

AINalerts » March 20, 2014
March 20, 2014, 2:50 PM

Atlantic Aviation recently reached agreement with Los Angeles World Airports to develop a 36,500-sq-ft general aviation hangar at Los Angeles International Airport, where the company already operates an FBO. Work on the $7.8 million hangar, which will be able to accommodate up to four large-cabin business jets, has already started and is scheduled to be finished early next year. “We already have strong demand for the full space given the extreme shortage of general aviation hangar capacity at LAX,” noted James Hooke, CEO of Atlantic Aviation parent company Macquarie Infrastructure.

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