Straight Flight, an FAA- and EASA-certified repair station based at Centennial Airport (KAPA) in Colorado for commercial, business, and military aircraft, has acquired a 25,000-sq-ft hangar there on three acres of land and is currently adding 4,000 sq ft of office and operations space scheduled for completion in March 2022. The new hangar features 28-ft-high by 10-ft-wide doors and will accommodate midsize to heavy aircraft.
With the new hangar, the subsidiary of Sierra Nevada Corporation has expanded its “strategic hangar system footprint” at KAPA to three facilities, according to Straight Flight general manager Chris Haight.
“Land at Centennial Airport is at a premium and, with local area million-dollar business and development investments on the rise, tandem aviation operations are projected to follow the trend,” said Haight. “Our goal is to expand our on-site aircraft services for both local and nationwide operators. We are fortunate to conduct business at Centennial, which is both geographically advantageous for operators and recognized for exceptional aviation services, nationwide.”