FAA is clarifying its policy on non-aeronautical storage at airports to emphasize that airport hangars should be used for aeronautical purposes, but also allows that limited “small incidental” non-aeronautical storage is permissible. The notice of proposed policy comes after FAA had sent a letter to the city of Glendale, Arizona, on the need to ensure that hangars are used for aeronautical purposes. That letter was widely viewed in the airport community as broad policy ...
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