Jet Access, the single FBO provider at Indianapolis Regional Airport (KMQJ), has completed the construction of a 22,500-sq-ft heated hangar. The project took a year to complete and adds to the service provider’s existing 60,000 sq ft of hangar space that can shelter the latest ultra-long-range business jets.

With its 6,000-foot main runway, KMQJ is a dedicated general aviation airport just 20 minutes from downtown Indianapolis. Jet Access provides aircraft maintenance, charter, and management in addition to ground handling.

“There is a significant shortage of hangar space in central Indiana, so it is essential that we continue to invest in our operations at our central Indiana FBOs,” said Sean White, the company’s executive v-p of FBO operations. “With its close proximity to downtown Indianapolis, the new hangar will impact a significant sector of the business community—those who are currently doing business in Indianapolis, along with those who are looking to expand in or relocate business to Indianapolis.”


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