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The C Hangar Wait list has been reopened.
All other wait lists remain closed.

Airport Owned T-Hangar Attributes

There are 210 hangars at the Northern Colorado Regional Airport, of which 60 are owned and leased by the Airport.  There are 4 types of Airport owned and managed hangars: “A”, “B”, and “C” T-hangars; they all have asphalt floors and electricity is included. The fourth type are two box hangars that are also owned and managed by the Airport. The box hangars have concrete floors with electric bi-fold doors and utilities are the responsibilities of the lessee.

TypeDoor Type2020 Monthly Rent
CElectric Bi-fold$279

*NOTE: Measurements are approximate*

Hangar Dimensions


 Airport Hangar Lease Information

Airport Hangar Leases are month to month and may be terminated without cause by either party with 30 days written notice prior to the desired termination date.  Subletting is NOT allowed and will be cause for immediate termination of your lease as well as repayment of any and all fees received above the Airport’s rates.  Hangar rate increases occur every two years upon review and approval by the Northern Colorado Regional Airport Commission.  When the rate is increased it is based on inflation which the Airport retrieves from the Consumer Price Index published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the Denver – Aurora – Lakewood area.  If you are interested in reviewing the CPI yourself you may do so at: http://www.bls.gov/cpi/data.htm

Hangar leases are required to have one month’s rent paid as security deposit and procure, pay for and keep in full force and affect a comprehensive policy of commercial general liability insurance with the following minimums:

  • Minimum one million dollars ($1,000,000) Comprehensive General Liability coverage or a limit not less than the maximum amount that may be recovered against the Cities under the Colorado Governmental Immunity Act, whichever is greater.
  • One hundred percent (100%) of the actual replacement cost insurance protection for all risk coverage on the improvements.
  • Insurance written in a form acceptable to the City of Fort Collins and the City of Loveland and marked “premium paid”.
  • All policies of insurance shall name the Cities of Fort Collins and Loveland as additional insureds.
  • Notice within thirty (30) days of cancellation or material change.

The Airport’s Standard Hangar Lease form may be reviewed here.

FAA regulations stipulate hangar use is limited to aeronautical storage, storage of additional non-hazardous items is permissible provided your valid registered airworthy aircraft is the main item being stored.  For more details on the FAA’s restriction on non-aeronautical use of hangars please see the link here.

NOTE: Wait list applications are no longer being accepted due to supply of available hangars.

Airport Managed Land

If you are interested in constructing your own hangar on the Airport, you may do so through a land lease.  To view a copy of the standard lease agreement please click here.  Please contact our office for any questions 970-962-2850.

Privately Owned Hangars

The remaining hangars are privately owned and managed.  A partial list of available privately owned hangars can be found at the FNL Pilots Association website, under Hangars or through local real estate brokers.

Outdoor Aircraft Parking & Community Hangars

The Fort Collins – Loveland jetCenter manages outdoor aircraft storage and community hangars. Contact them for information on their rates.

Fort Collins – Loveland jetCenter
4824 Earhart Road
Loveland, CO 80538
(970) 667-2574

Hangar Use Policy

FAA Policy on the Non-Aeronautical Use of Airport Hangars:


Airport Standard Land Lease Agreement, articles on allowed hangar use:


3.1 Lessee shall use and occupy the Leased Premises for the following purposes and for no other purpose whatsoever unless approved in writing by Cities:

“3.1.1 For the construction, installation, maintenance and operation of a hangar building or buildings (the “Hangars”) to be used for the parking, storage, servicing, repair, maintenance, modification, and construction of aircraft owned or operated by Lessee. Lessee’s use of the Leased Premises, including use for storage of aircraft owned by Unaffiliated Entities, shall be of a non-commercial nature, unless a commercial use is approved by the Cities…  The Leased Premises shall not be used for residential purposes.”

“3.1.3 During the term of this Agreement, Lessee must regularly house at least one airworthy aircraft or at least one aircraft that periodically may be in active stages of assembly or reassembly in each Hangar, use each Hangar for the primary purpose of aircraft storage, and each Hangar shall be used for Aeronautical Activities only…”



6.11 Following the completion of construction of the Hangars, Lessee shall not store nor permit the storage of disabled aircraft or any equipment or materials outside of the Hangars constructed on the Leased Premises, without the written approval of the Cities.

“6.12 On forms and at the frequency prescribed by the Airport Manager, and with respect to each aircraft stored on the Leased Premises, Lessee shall provide the Cities with the (a) make and model (b) N-number and (3) identity and address of the registered owner. This requirement shall apply to aircraft whether owned by Lessee or another party…”

The Standard Land Lease Agreement can be read in its entirety here.

Airport Standard Hangar Lease Agreement, items on allowed hangar use:

“7. Use of the Premises. Lessee shall use and occupy the Premises for the sole and exclusive purpose of storing aircraft belonging to the Lessee, specifically ___________ (Make and Model of Aircraft) bearing Aircraft Registration Number ___________, and necessary aircraft ground handling equipment associated with said aircraft. The storage of non-aeronautical, household or personal items not associated with aviation is prohibited.”

The Standard Hangar Lease Agreement can be read in its entirety here.