Scottsdale seeking proposals for new hangar development

An artist's rendering of the proposed new Scottsdale hangar. (submitted photo)

An artist’s rendering of the proposed new Scottsdale hangar. (submitted photo)

Scottsdale Airport has unveiled a proposed new terminal area redevelopment project which would feature construction of two executive-type hangars that would maximize efficient use of airport owned land.

“This is truly a unique opportunity to lease hangar space at Scottsdale Airport,” stated Gary P. Mascaro, aviation director, in a press release. “The project is located at the 50-yard line of our airport, with direct runway access, private fuel farm onsite and the option to customize their facility.”

In order to accommodate future aviation needs, the airport’s Master Plan called for the redevelopment of the terminal area to provide hangars equipped to accommodate the larger-end corporate jets visiting the airport more consistently, like a Global Express or Gulfstream 650.

In addition the project will include more Class “A” office space, a new restaurant, meeting facilities and U.S. Customs and Border Protection offices, the release stated.

The Request for Proposal information available on the Scottsdale Airport website outlines specific information about the project, requirements and critical deadlines.

Questions about the Request for Proposal process can be directed to Shannon Johnson, management analyst, at 480-312-8475.

For more information on this project or to view the conceptual renderings, visit

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