If you need American-made airplane hangars, look no further than Alaska Structures®. The worldwide leader in fabric buildings, Alaska Structures' aircraft hangars are in stock and ready for immediate shipment.
Alaska Structures' aircraft hangar buildings are highly versatile and can shelter many types of aircraft. Whether it's an airplane, jet, a helicopter, or a hot-air balloon, we can protect your aircraft from the elements. Your aircraft hangar can be delivered and constructed in no time. Conventional buildings don't compare to the ease and speed of fabric structure installation.
The Alaska Structures' engineering team is based in the United States and designs each of its fabric structures for the most demanding functions. Exposure to heavy snow or rainfall isn't an issue for our fabric buildings, and they are rated to handle high-wind conditions. Our building frame systems are made from steel or aluminum and our fabric materials can provide decades of safe field life.
We can design Alaska Structures tension fabric buildings to include proprietary insulation systems, lighting & electrical systems, and HVAC systems to keep the interior warm and dry. Our clear-span buildings can be up to 150 feet wide and long enough to meet your needs, ensuring that your aircraft will fit securely in the hangar with plenty of room to spare. Take advantage of that extra space by doubling your airplane hangar as a refueling station or repair space, or add partitions to increase your airport storage options.
Government agencies, aviation officials and airports have chosen Alaska Structures' aircraft hangar buildings for their shelter needs. Whether you're on the North Slope of Alaska or need an extra hangar for your airstrip or airfield, don't take chances with a cheap alternative. Alaska Structures puts in the time, money and effort to ensure our fabric structures are the best in the world.
For more information about our deployable aircraft hangars, please call Alaska Structures at +1-907-344-1565, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us online.