Aircraft Hangar for

Flight Alaska

Aircraft Maintenance Hangar Designed subject to Civil Aviation Authority requirements. The customer has acquired this deployable facility for a Pilatus PC-12 aircraft.

Customer
Flight Alaska
Climate
Subarctic oceanic
Purpose
Aviation and Technical Facility
Terrain
concrete runway
Area
550 m²
Production
September 2018
Number of hangars
1
Deployment time
72 hours

Task Description

While most airports offer hangar services, our customer needed an own easily deployable hangar as a cost-effective way to ensure maintenance quality and proper aircraft protection. The rapidly growing nature of the business model could not be restrained by the lack of available hangars at various airports. Therefore, our customer has chosen a solution that does not stick the Pilatus PC-12 to a specific airport hangar and makes it easy to transport it to the next destinations.

Solution

Within just 43 days, the 22 meters wide and 25 meters long (550 sqm / 5,920 square feet) hangar was ready to be shipped in one 20-inch sea container, allowing fast delivery to Bethel, Alaska. Non-returnable shipping container can be used as a safe storage facility.

Inflatable structures are made of high quality non-combustible PVC meeting any and all modern aviation standards in terms of fire redundancy. Additionally, the fire alarm system has increased the hangar security level. To ensure safe and comfortable working environment for the personnel, Angarstroy has supplied additional components necessary for aircraft maintenance, including a ground power unit (GPU), heating system, cranes and tools.

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The Customer

We knew that the most economical and long-term solution for a personal aircraft ownership would be to acquire our own hangar. The Angarstroy team has simplified the aircraft storing and servicing process by assisting us to meet all safety and security requirements established by civil airports.

Stefan Norter

Pilatus PC-12 is a single-engine turboprop passenger and cargo aircraft manufactured by Pilatus Aircraft. Developed in Switzerland (1991), this aircraft has its main market in corporate transport and regional air carriers.

The PC-12 is the world’s best-selling single-engine aircraft, with more than 1,500 sales worldwide (as of June 2017).

With more than 2,000 employees, Pilatus is one of the largest employers in Central Switzerland.

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Reinforced PVC to withstand extreme heat, cold or snow
Quick deployment without a building permit
Lightweight and compact for fast delivery
Simple and easy to move structure with quick installation
The UPS provides operation of the facility in case of shutdown of the regular network
Monitoring system informs about power outage, wind amplification, etc.