Resort Aviation Jet Center, one of two service providers at Idaho’s Coeur d'Alene Airport-Pappy Boyington Field, has partnered with business aviation real estate construction firm Centrex to build a new 20,676-sq-ft heated corporate hangar. With a door height of 28 feet, the new structure will accommodate aircraft up to a Bombardier Global 7500 and can house several large-cabin business jets simultaneously. It will more than double the FBO's available hangar space and give new flexibility in terms of the airplanes the facility will be able to shelter.
“We want to expand at a pace that serves our customers best, and we’ve mapped out a five-year plan to do just that,” said general manager Joe Rossetti. “Centrex has been supportive and encouraging through phase one of the designs, and with their expertise, we feel confident moving forward.”
The new hangar is scheduled for completion in late 2021, and the company, which is exhibiting this week among the World Fuel Service FBOs at the 2020 NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference, is accepting letters of interest from prospective occupants at the show.