On a fairly mild day while exhibiting in Hangar B at EAA’s AirVenture last year, a familiar face stopped by. It was none other than Jim Campbell along with his full camera crew. Now I’ve had many sim sessions while training for the airlines but nothing makes me sweat more than being in front of the camera. Continue reading Jim Campbell’s Aero News Network Interviews HangarSphere
Attention Hangar Developers! The Louisville Regional Airport Authority has extended its deadline for RFP submissions until May 30th. The proposal is for a new set of hangars to be constructed on the airport’s South Hangar Complex. For more details and complete outline of the RFP, download the PDF files below. Continue reading Hangar RFP At Louisville’s Bowman Field Extended
You just landed and rushed to get the airplane in the hangar due to a quickly approaching thunderstorm. Your flight plan is closed, all your post-flight inspections are complete, the aircraft is back in the hangar, the hangar door is closed, your belongings have been transferred from your aircraft to your car, and you are off to catch dinner with your family and friends. Life is good … so you think.
January 29, 2014
Welcome to our newly formatted website. The Blog is the foundation of this site and will greatly complement HangarSphere Magazine. As the website continues to spool up, you will begin to see HangarSphere and out content everywhere on the web. Here are some images of some amazing aircraft hangars to get you started.
And, of course, HangarSphere will discuss more than just cool looking hangars. We will discuss every attribute related to your FBO/MRO facility, Corporate Flight Department, and your residential airpark home. If it is within the atmosphere of the hangar, we are talking about it.
Thank you for visiting the HangarSphere website. We are making changes and content will be coming in shortly as we finish some final organization within the site.