Traditional aircraft maintenance hangars are pretty straightforward: large, enclosed spaces in which aircraft work can be performed out of the elements with a well-known set of tools. But a Lockheed Martin F-35-compatible hangar is not that simple. Its design, building and cost offer clues to future commercial MRO infrastructure.  The F-35 is operating from 16 bases and counting. Thus far, seven U.S. Navy/Marine Corps F-35 hangars and associated facilities have been built at an average ...

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