Threshold Aviation Acquires Another Hangar

 - August 16, 2022, 12:45 PM
Threshold Aviation's fourth 50,000 sq ft hangar at California's Chino Airport brings the facility to a quarter-million sq ft of interior space. (Photo: Threshold Aviation Group)

Threshold Aviation Group, an aviation services provider based at California’s Chino Airport (KCNO), has acquired an additional 50,000-sq-ft hangar from San Bernardino County. The newly-leased structure, originally built to house military transports, is Threshold’s fourth hangar of that size on the field and will be used to support its business jet operations. The company’s managed and charter fleet includes Gulfstream G650s, G550s, and IVs, as well as Bombardier Challengers.

The FBO—which also offers MRO, completions, avionics, and aircraft brokerage services—now occupies 250,000 sq ft of hangar, shop, and office space. In addition, it has about a half million sq ft of ramp space at KCNO.

“Our operation is truly full service,” noted company founder and CEO Mark DiLullo. “We can fly your airplane, store your airplane, maintain your airplane, refurbish your airplane and gas it up at our fuel farm. We can even buy an airplane for you, sell it for you, or even part it out if it has reached the end of its service life.”