“The need for hangar space is apparent at many airports across the country. Chances are that you yourself are on a waiting list that has grown to be years out and bears the signatures (and deposits) of dozens of other pilots, all of whom await the chance to snap up whatever hangar comes available next.
This demand has prompted increased interest from the aviation community at large, including aviators who are hoping to better the situation for others. Joe and Tanya Matthews, longtime pilots and construction professionals from northern Virginia, were also caught in the hard place between market demand and hangar availability.
Their search for space to keep their single-engine airplane out of the elements turned into a much larger project.”
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