Dayton pilot proposes 2 new hangars at Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport

Dayton Daily News has reported veteran Dayton Air Show pilot Bill Left has proposed two new hangars for Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport to continue growth at the general aviation site, the news source said.

Leff´s application to build the hangars, which he said would be a combined investment of about USD 370,000, comes at a time when he said development at the airport is on the upswing.

Both proposed hangars would each total about 7,200 square feet and be located near the airport taxiway. Both hangars would be built of steel on a plot of land just under one half acre.