The airport has 80 t-hangars grouped into three categories based on their amenities:
|Type 1||Type 2||Type 3|
|Hangar Address||3316, 3317||3351, 3353, 3354, 3355||3352, 3356|
|Door width||40 ft. 6 in.||40 ft. 3 in.||40 ft. 6 in.|
Click on the link in the right column to view a PDF with the complete hangar dimensions.
The current wait for a t-hangar is approximately two years. To have your name added to the no-fee waiting list, call Airport Administration at 303-441-3108 or email [email protected]
NOTE: Use of hangars is limited to aviation use only in accordance with federal regulations. Hangars will not be rented for vehicle maintenance, storage of household goods, etc.
If you are interested in leasing a tie-down, contact Journeys Aviation at 303-449-4210 for a spot on the eastern half of the parking ramp, or Specialty Flight Training at 303-530-0550 for a spot on the western half of the ramp. The price is $40 per month.
Overnight tie-down charges range from $5-8, but be sure to ask about specials and discounts.
There are several maintenance and executive hangars on the airport, although currently none are vacant or coming available. The price per square foot is based on the following average:
- Hangar or unfinished areas: $3.58 - $3.75 /sq. ft. annually
- Office (finished) areas: $5.97 - $6.57/sq. ft. annually
The airport currently has office space available as a sub-tenant. Contact Airport Administration at 303-441-3108 for more information.
Contact Mile High Gliding at 303-527-1122 for information on leasing a tie-down spot for your unpacked glider or glider trailer. The packed (trailer) price is $45 per month. The price for an unpacked parking spot varies based on the size of parcel.
- Unimproved land on north side: $0.156/ sq. ft.
- Improved land on south side: $0.416 / sq. ft.
The prices are adjusted periodically to account for changes in the market and cost of living (consumer price index). For additional information about renting a hangar or office space, call Airport Administration at 303-441-3108.
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The airport has 80 t-hangars grouped into three categories based on their amenities. To check availability, call Airport Administration.
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