The steels for Bombardier Aviation’s new 250,000 sq. foot hangar are going up at London Biggin Hill Airport.
Robert Walters, industrial director, London Biggin Hill Airport, mentioned: “Building of the hangar is constant apace and it’s incredible the steels are already being put in.
“The hangar will be capable to home as much as 14 World 7500s at anybody time and is a big extension of Bombardier’s European buyer help community at London Biggin Hill, reinforcing the airport’s place as a number one aerospace hub.”
In addition to a state-of-the-art hangar, the ability can even comprise of a workshop, and workplace house and 650,000 sq. foot of apron space and surrounds.
Walters continued: “We’re delighted to be supporting Bombardier because it meets the rising demand for its providers right here and the hangar’s building contributes in the direction of our formidable goal of producing 2,300 jobs on the airport by 2030.”
London Biggin Hill Airport is situated 12 miles from central London and affords award-winning VIP dealing with, a selection of FBOs, intensive hangarage, help and upkeep providers for all ranges of enterprise jets.