Revised 6-11-19 1
City of Manassas
Manassas Regional Airport
Hangar Waiting List Policy
It is the policy of the Manassas Regional Airport Commission to ensure that an active list is
available to those individuals serious about renting an aircraft storage space and keep the wait
times reasonable for those placed on the list. The Manassas Regional Airport owns and maintains
156 hangars, located on the east and west side of the airport. The Manassas Regional Airport
must maintain a reputation for consistency, openness, and transparency with the stakeholders it
Hangars are intended for use by individuals, partnerships, or corporations that own, or have
under exclusive lease, one (1) or more aircraft. Any individual, partnership, or corporation may
apply to be on the waiting list. Applicants do not have to be in possession of an aircraft to be on
the list. However, the applicant must be in possession of an aircraft within thirty (30) days of
signing a lease agreement. This aircraft must be registered, be in the process of being registered
by the FAA and the DOAV, or leased. A copy of the aircraft registration will be required within
30 days of executing a hangar lease agreement. If the aircraft is being leased, the tenant must
provide a signed copy to the Airport for their review.
A. Waiting List
1. Individuals, partnerships, or corporations will be required to submit an application in
order to be placed on the waiting list. Fixed Based Operators (FBO) can only place their
name on a waiting list for a commercial hangar.
a. NOTE: As requested, individuals currently on the waiting list will be required to
submit a new application in order to provide current contact information. The
individual’s spot on the waiting list will not change.
2. Applicants can place their name on multiple waiting lists for each size and location of
hangar. Waiting lists are maintained for East T-Hangars, West T-Hangars, and Corporate
Use Box Hangars.
3. Only aircraft owned, co-owned, or leased by the applicant will be authorized to occupy
the hangar. A hangar can have more than one aircraft or tenant if size permits. Both
tenants will be required to sign a dual occupancy lease with the initial applicant.
Subleasing or transferring of a hangar is prohibited.
4. An applicant may be denied hangar space if the applicant has been or is currently in
default of any other lease with the City, or has violated the Airport’s Rules and