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Jet Access completes construction of central Indiana hangar
With its close proximity to downtown Indianapolis, the new hangar will impact a significant sector of the business community who are currently doing business there, or who are looking to expand or relocate.
The 22,500 sq ft heated hangar can accommodate aircraft up to Gulfstream G650.
Read this story in our April 2023 printed issue.

FBO Jet Access has completed construction on a corporate aviation hangar at Indianapolis Regional airport in Greenfield, Indiana, having broken ground in March 2022. The 22,500 sq ft heated hangar is sufficient to accommodate the largest private aircraft up to Gulfstream G650 in size, and features infrared tube heating, ground power plug ins and modern LED lighting. With the addition of the new hangar, Jet Access has more than 84,000 sq ft of corporate hangar space.

“There is a significant shortage of hangar space in central Indiana, so it is essential that we continue to invest in our operations at our central Indiana FBOs,” says executive vice president of FBO operations Sean White. “The new private aviation hangar at Indy Regional airport is the closest large-scale corporate hangar to Fishers, Indiana, one of the state's fastest growing business hubs for corporate headquarters. With its close proximity to downtown Indianapolis, the new hangar will impact a significant sector of the business community; those who are currently doing business in Indianapolis, along with those who are looking to expand in or relocate business here.”

The hangar is available for leasing.

Jet Access employs nearly 400 aviation professionals and claims to be the only wholly integrated, full-service private aviation enterprise in the US. It operates ten FBOs across four states, including six in Indiana.

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