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Cunningham puts plans in place for hangar and fuel in Mesa
The Phoenix metropolitan area continues to host more business, sporting and social events. Cunningham Aviation is looking to capitalise, by unveiling a 30,000 sq ft hangar alongside regular fuelling services.
Falcon Field is a private aviation hotspot.

Among the developments at Falcon Field airport in Mesa, Arizona, resident company Cunningham Aviation has unveiled a newly renovated 30,000 sq ft hangar, which is ready to house aircraft and is gearing up to offer fuel services in 2022.

“We were also recently awarded the lease on the keystone property at Falcon Field where we will be building a new state-of-the-art FBO,” reveals George Cunningham, Cunningham Aviation owner and aircraft dealer and auctioneer. The FBO complex is expected to be completed by early 2024.

The addition makes sense for this general aviation airport, as the Phoenix metropolitan area continues to host more business, sporting and social events. Falcon Field is already the busiest general aviation airport in the US.

In addition to hangar space and fuel services, Cunningham is preparing to conduct online auctions of aircraft, connecting buyers and sellers.

“In this environment where used aircraft are in high demand, auctions are the best way to determine the true value and to get your aircraft sold on a specific day, allowing you to plan financially,” Cunningham continues. Convenience and ease of online bidding also helps with the auction experience. You can really bid from anywhere. Our online bidding system is convenient and super easy to navigate.”

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