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Sky Harbour hangar lands in Houston
Each Sky Harbour hangar features temperature and humidity control, drive-in vehicle access, indoor and outdoor parking, and all features required for routine aircraft maintenance and inspection.
Sky Harbour CEO Tal Keinan wants to create the best home base in aviation.

Sky Harbour has arrived in Houston, Texas, the first of the New York-based company’s planned four US private hangar locations. In addition to Houston, these include Nashville, Tennessee; Miami, Florida and Denver, Colorado with more fields to come.

Guests can tour the hangar complex, complete with an exhibit of aircraft from Wheels Up, Textron and Cirrus. There will also be a display of luxury supercars. Music, spirits and appetisers and a premium scotch tasting will feature, while Wheels Up will auction off one of its Connect level memberships.

Sky Harbour’s line crew ensures a short time to wheels up at Sugar Land Regional by exclusively servicing Sky Harbour’s private hangar tenants. Each Sky Harbour hangar features temperature and humidity control, drive-in vehicle access, indoor and outdoor parking, and all features required for routine aircraft maintenance and inspection. Premium interior suites include private offices, lounges, kitchens, bathrooms, showers, laundry and crew facilities. Members manage their space through the Sky Harbour Smart Hangar app, offering remote access control, video monitoring, remote environmental control and service management.

“We aim to be the best home base in aviation, bar none, maximising the value that owners derive from their aircraft,” says Sky Harbour CEO Tal Keinan.

Sky Harbour offers a home-base hangar campus serving aircraft that spend the majority of time on at their home base. This is where owners uplift most of their fuel and perform the bulk of their routine maintenance, servicing and cleaning. It is also where up to half of all their flights originate or terminate. Sky Harbour’s purpose-built facilities and best-in-class services are designed to deliver optimal outcomes for owners, operators and passengers.

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