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Please submit plans and drawings through the Tenant Project Request Form. https://www.eugene-or.gov/FormCenter/Airport-50/Plan-Review-at-EUG-473
Airport staff will review the plans and provide potential site locations and add additional information.
Yes, the Airport orders an environmental survey.
The process could take up to a year. After review of initial plans, full construction plans will need to be submitted for final approval. An FAA 7460-1 will also need to be submitted by Airport staff. For details on the process please contact the Airport Administration office at 541-682-5430.
Yes, fees associated with building a hangar include an environmental survey fee, a construction processing fee and pre-paid rent for the first lease year.
Non-commercial rate is $0.43 per square foot. Non-Commercial Aeronautical Activity means use of the Leased Premises that does not include the sale, exchange, trading, buying, merchandising, hiring, marketing, promotion, or selling of commodities, goods, services, or products, or any revenue-producing activity made available to the public connection with Aeronautical Activities.
Commercial rate is $0.47 per square foot. Commercial Aeronautical Activity means the sale, exchange, trading, buying, merchandising, hiring, marketing, promotion, or selling of commodities, goods, services, or products, or any revenue-producing activity made available to the public connection with Aeronautical Activities.
Yes, the ground lease holder will need to notify Airport staff of the potential assignment, including providing the contact information for the buyer. A Ground Lease Agreement between the Airport and buyer must be executed prior to the sale, including in escrow.
The current lease is reviewed by Airport staff. A third-party survey will be conducted on the ground leased area to ensure accuracy on the development footprint dimensions. Hangar insurance requirements from the buyer will be verified.
Airport staff will provide the buyer two exhibits. Exhibit C – Aircraft Registration and Exhibit D – Acknowledgement and Release of Responsible Person. Airport staff will provide a new Ground Lease Agreement to the buyer for signature.
The Airport will provide Exhibit A – Hangar Use Designation form that will identify the hangar as non-commercial or commercial.
No, the units may only be subleased with prior approval by Airport staff.
You will need to provide the sublease information to Airport staff for prior approval.
No, a Memorandum of Lease is prepared by Airport staff for the title company’s deed filing.
Hangar insurance requirements are $2 million general Liability and $3 million for aggregate.
For hangars that are Specialized Aeronautical Service Operator’s (SASO’s) requirements vary depending on the type of aeronautical activity.
Yes, the ground lease assignment fee is $300.
You will need to fill out a project tenant request form located at
No, the FAA Policy on Non-Aeronautical Hangar Use prohibits the storage of non-aeronautical items in hangars.