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Operating a business in a hangar is not allowed.
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You can pass on a hangar up to 3 times before going back to the bottom of the list. Remember, the registration fee is non-refundable and must be renewed on an annual basis.
Yes, however you must follow the hangar agreement, all applicable airport regulations, and other regulations, especially fire codes.
The waiting list wait period is estimated to be 3 years. These numbers are rough and can change based on the availability and turnover rate of the city-owned hangars. These numbers do not apply to the privately owned hangars.
To find out if you are on the waiting list simply call the office at 360-403-3470 or stop by and ask.
The City owns and rents 78 individual T-Hangar units with electricity (5-amps of power), and 6 twin hangar units with electricity (5-amps of power). Approximately 290 private hangar units and 3 Condominium Associations are also available on the field.
The hangar agreement is a monthly contract. There is no requirement to sign a six month or annual lease.
The first month’s pro-rated rent, last month’s rent, a $45 fire extinguisher deposit, and a $20 key deposit is due upon signing the hangar agreement.
You can request whatever hangar that suits your needs, even if that includes requesting all three types.
You do not need to own an aircraft to get on the waiting list. Although proof of current WSDOT aircraft registration in the tenants name will be required upon accepting a hangar, unless you are in the process of building an aircraft. The tenant must either own an aircraft or have a partnership agreement in one prior to moving into the hangar.
The hangar is for the storage of aircraft and related parts only. However, there are exceptions, the tenant may park his/her automobile in the hangar when he/she is flying their aircraft, providing the drip pan is placed under the engine.
If there is more than one plane owned by separate people, then you may share the hangar only if all people owning the aircraft have signed the agreement at the very beginning of the contract. If you are a partner in owning an aircraft then those partners do not need to sign the contract as long as your name remains on the aircraft’s registration.
The airport office strives to be fair to all current and future tenants. Allowing current tenants to sublet their hangar is not fair to those people on the hangar waiting list.