Applicant name(s) listed above will be used to complete the hangar rental agreement and must be listed on the FAA aircraft registration and insurance certificate.
An email notification will be sent to the top applicants on the Waiting List (List). If no response is received by the solicitation deadline, the applicant(s) will be taken off the List. It is the applicant’s responsibility to notify the Director of Airport’s Office in writing of any changes to their application information.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to check their ranking on the List. If they are close to the top and will be out of the area for an extended period, it is their responsibility to notify the Director of Airports Office in writing and so state whether they would accept a hangar during their absence if their name reaches the top of the List.
If an applicant is on multiple Lists, i.e. T-Hangar, and Large Hangar, they can refuse the offer of a hangar from one List without compromising their position on the other List.
An applicant that declines a hangar solicitation will be removed from the list upon the third refusal. A refusal is considered one of the following:
Applicants may reapply for that List after a three (3) month waiting period (unless applicant applies for a variance as noted below).
Variance requests must be made in writing to the Director of Airports and must include all relevant information as deemed necessary and appropriate to provide sufficient context for reviewing and making a determination on the matter. Refer to the AZO Rules & Regulations.