Airplane hangars are available for company use at most small to mid-size airports around the country and even the world. If you are planning on buying a private plane for your business, consider all the options of aircraft hangar ownership.
There are many styles of hangar buildings to choose from and a variety of ways to obtain one, including building, buying and renting. To find the right airplane hangars for your company's assets, you should:
1. Consider purchasing aircraft hangar kits to build your own custom airplane hangar to fit your specific needs.
2. Buy an airplane hangar available at an airport of your choosing from an airplane hangars provider.
3. Rent airplane hangars for temporary use or as a trial period before committing to purchasing an airplane hangar of your own.
Build an airplane hangar that will fit your company's needsPurchase airplane hangars kits to find the custom airplane hangar to fit your needs perfectly. The company plane is an asset and should be stored properly to avoid damage, theft and accelerated wear.
Buy an available aircraft hangar from a nearby or preferred airport in your areaBuy existing airplane hangars to save a little money and provide business to an airport in your area. You can search by airport to find a hangar located close to your business's headquarters. Also, consider the features you are interested in with the airports you consider. This could include waiting rooms, aircraft maintenance, fuel service or restaurants.
Rent an air craft hangar for temporary or trial run useRent an available aircraft hangar for temporary needs or to try an aircraft hangar before committing to a purchase. This will allow you to note changes or upgrades your company may need and allow you to project possible future needs.
- If rental or purchase of aircraft hangars is solely for business use, you can pass the rental agreement, payment invoices and other documentation to your tax professional to be claimed as deductions.