Aviation real estate developer and operator Sky Harbour has been selected by the town of Addison, Texas, to establish a new private hangar complex at its Dallas-area airport (KADS). Sky Harbour builds turnkey, single-tenant luxury hangars, with its own dedicated ground handling staff and equipment at each location.
KADS will be the rapidly-expanding company’s sixth project in the U.S. Its campus at Houston-area Sugar Land Regional Airport, consisting of 13 NFPA Group 3 modular hangars ranging from 8,000 to 16,000 sq ft each, is now operational, while construction is underway on facilities at Nashville International and Florida’s Miami Opa-Locka Executive Airports. Those locations are expected to open in September 2022. Additional hangar groupings at Denver Centennial and Phoenix Deer Valley airports are currently in the site-development stage.
At KADS, which is home to two FBOs, Sky Harbour is planning to build six hangars on the east side of the runway for an approximate total of 110,000 sq ft of aircraft storage space, as well as add another 2.3 acres of ramp. A timeline for construction has not yet been established, according to the company.
“It is a privilege to be working with Addison and its professional airport staff to develop this offering, enhance the airport’s appeal to premium aircraft owners, and drive economic development,” said Sky Harbour CEO Tal Keinan.