Million Air unveiled its new 52,000-square-foot hangar, the first phase of the renovation and expansion of its corporate aviation complex at Westchester County Airport.
“Our job at Million Air is to really drive that first impression of Westchester,” said Roger Woolsey Million Air CEO. “Our job is to just make sure that we greet the market makers of this community in a great way.”
The spacious hangar features 28-foot doors and floors that are heated with a radiant heat system that allows temperatures to be maintained for aircraft and pilots. The hangar also includes eight customizable offices with storage space.
With the completion of the hangar, Million Air’s 26-acre corporate aviation complex now has 84,000 square feet of hangar space and more than 7 acres of ramp space.
Woolsey said the hangar is a win-win for the county.
“The corporations that bring their airplanes here, they’re really what’s driving the community,” he said. “They’re driving the local economy. They’re adding jobs.”
The recently completed hangar is part of Million Air’s $80 million expansion and renovation project at the airport. Adjacent to the hangar, construction is underway on Million Air’s new 18,000-square-foot terminal. The terminal is expected to be completed by the end of the year.