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The guidelines to using a hangar

13 April 2021   Hangar Space

Whether you own your own aircraft or rent one from time to time, you’ll need access to an airplane hangar when it’s not in use. The type of hangar you use will depend on several factors, including which airport you fly into, what type of aircraft you have, and hangar availability at your destination. 

You may think that guidelines and regulations put in place by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) only apply to aircraft, but the FAA actually has official guidelines for hangars and hangar usage as well. In this article, we’ll discuss some frequently asked questions about using a hangar, as well as explain some regulations around hangar usage.

FAQ of usage of hangars at obligated airports:

What is an airport sponsor’s responsibility for hangar use?

Airports are required to ensure their hangars are used appropriately, and this includes:

  • Monitoring the use of all hangars to prevent any unapproved usage
  • Creating and maintaining a hangar leasing program, complete with written contract and any necessary permits
  • Managing hangar space so that it minimizes wait time for those on a waiting list (ideally airports won’t have a hangar waiting list)
  • Requiring non-aviation users who use an airport’s hangar to pay a fair market rental rate 

Why is the FAA issuing a separate policy statement on hangar use? 

The FAA stated that as a result of receiving many questions from airports and airport tenants, they wanted to issue an explicit policy statement on hangar use to avoid any unfair or discriminatory conditions developing at airports. 

Airport facilities application to the policy 

All airports and aircraft hangars – including custom hangars – that are designated for aeronautical use and approved by the FAA must comply with the latest FAA guidance. 

Does the policy apply to privately owned hangars on private property? 

FAA guidelines do not apply to privately owned hangars on private property. The guidelines only apply to airports and aircraft hangars that have been FAA-approved.

Available aircraft hangars at Monmouth Executive Airport in NJ

Many people prefer to use hangars at smaller executive airports like Monmouth Airport for a variety of reasons. Perhaps most importantly is the fact that there are rarely waiting lists at executive airports, while commercial airports often have long wait times for hangar availability. Monmouth Executive Airport also has on-site aircraft maintenance and custom hangar space, so your aircraft stays in top condition and ready to fly at a moment’s notice. 

For more information about hangar guidelines, or if you’re interested in custom hangar space in New Jersey, please contact our team at Monmouth Executive Airport today. 

What Food Can I Have on a Private Jet Charter?

15 February 2021   Charter Flights Monmouth Jet Center

Private jet charters are a preferred method of travel for many reasons, like convenience, flexibility, security, and privacy, just to name a few. If you’re planning to charter a private jet, you may also be wondering what range of food will be available on the plane. Especially, if it’s a long-haul flight during which you’ll be eating several meals. 

Food options on private jet charters are plentiful:

  • Just like every other element of your flight, the food and drink on a private jet charter can be customized to your every need.
  • You have the option of creating your own menu or leaving it to the charter company. For busy international travelers, they often don’t have time to think about what food they want to eat during their flight. If you’re too busy to create your own menu, or if you’d rather leave it up to the charter company, you’re still guaranteed a range of fresh, delicious options while on board.
  • Nearly all food allergies and dietary requirements can be accommodated. From vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, keto, paleo, and more, a private jet charter can accommodate your dietary requirements. If you or any other passengers have any food allergies, we recommend providing the charter company with a list ahead of time to ensure they can comply. 
  • Will you be celebrating in the sky? Perhaps a birthday or an anniversary? Let your charter company know of any special occasions so they can have some champagne ready for you when you board!
  • Most private jets also have a self-service area where you can help yourself to water, assorted teas and coffees, and other drinks. There are usually small snack bars too, for smaller bites and finger foods. If there are certain items you want stocked in the self-service bar, let the charter company know ahead of time so they can have it ready for you. 

Executive airport amenities at Monmouth Jet Center

Many people prefer using smaller executive airports instead of larger commercial airports for private jet charters. The waiting list for hangar space at commercial airports is often very long, while smaller airports like Monmouth Executive Airport have custom hangar space ready for you to use today! Many executive airports also have on-site aircraft maintenance teams who ensure your aircraft is kept in top condition and ready to fly when you are. 

To learn more about Monmouth Executive Airport, including questions about custom hangar space and aircraft maintenance, please contact our team today. Discover why so many people in New Jersey choose Monmouth Airport as their preferred executive airport. 

What is Cabotage, and How Does it Impact Private Jet Charters?

14 January 2021   General

If you’re familiar with the aviation industry then you may have heard the word “cabotage” before, but what does it mean and how does it impact private jet charters? Cabotage comes from the French word “caboter”, which means to travel via the coast, and it was originally used in the maritime industry. 

The term carries slightly different meanings depending on the industry, but in relation to the aviation industry, airline cabotage is when an airline carrier from one country operates flights that begin and end in a different country. For example, the airline Emirates operating flights that start in Los Angeles and end in New York City is airline cabotage, since Emirates is not an American company.

How does cabotage affect private jets?

Many people prefer flying via private jet charters because of the flexibility and convenience. There’s no standing around for hours in a terminal, no long security lines, and private jet charters can often use smaller executive airports to land closer to the final destination than larger, commercial flights. Once a private jet lands in a certain location, it sometimes becomes available for the next person to book it, similar to a taxi that has just dropped off a passenger. 

If the private jet is owned and operated by an airline from another country, once the pilot completes their first trip they cannot pick up new passengers and start a new charter flight unless they qualify for the below exemptions. A flight operator can carry out a connecting domestic flight if:

  • The passenger list remains the same throughout the entire route
  • The number of passengers does not change
  • The passengers board the connecting flight the same day
  • The passengers remain in the airport during the connection

For example, if a private Emirates flight lands in New York City and is available for hire, and is then hired to pick up passengers in New York City and fly them to Tucson, the pilot can claim exemption from cabotage laws if they adhere to the above requirements. 

Executive airports, custom hangar space, and more 

Flying private has many perks, and so does using executive airports. Larger airports often have long wait lists for hangars and can sometimes be further away from your final destination. While smaller, executive airports like Monmouth Airport have custom hangar space available now, and are conveniently located near several popular destinations. 

For more information about Monmouth Executive Airport, or if you have any questions about our custom hangar space and on-site aircraft maintenance team, please feel free to contact us today. 

Wondering what the most expensive things money can buy are?

9 November 2020   Hangar Space Monmouth Jet Center

Everyone loves a bit of luxury, and at Monmouth Airport we’re no different. Whether you’ve got extra cash to burn or you just want to indulge in a bit of daydreaming, let’s take a look at some of the most expensive things that money can buy.

Superyachts: What makes a yacht a superyacht? Generally defined as boats that are at least 80 feet in length, superyachts start at around $175 million, and that’s only for the boat itself. Docking, maintenance, cleaning, staff salaries, and other expenses mean that these ultra-luxurious vessels require a steady flow of money to keep them operational. Superyachts are completely customizable and no amenity is considered too bizarre – from aquariums to helipads, you can truly have it all.

A ticket to outer space: We all dreamed about being an astronaut when we were kids, right? Now, thanks to Virgin Group owner Richard Branson, your dream can become a reality with the Virgin Galactic space tour, priced at $250,000 per passenger. You’ll enjoy the breathtaking views of Earth from outer space during this unforgettable journey. 

Private islands: For those who are sick of crowded beaches, packed hotels, and the lack of privacy during vacation, private islands might be the answer. Ranging from a few hundred thousand dollars to a few million dollars, private islands offer you the ultimate in relaxation, seclusion, and tranquility. 

Private jets: Imagine never having to wait in another long security line, never having to show up to the airport three hours early, and never worrying about lost luggage again. Sounds appealing, right? The freedom, the convenience, and the comfort all explain why people often invest in private jets. And private jets aren’t only for purchase – you can rent a private jet for your next getaway, probably for a cheaper price than you think. 

Custom hangar space just for you 

For those who own a private jet, or who rent one frequently, you know how convenient it is to be able to hop up and down the coast for a long weekend, or fly over to the Jersey Shore for a spontaneous beach getaway. You also know it’s essential to have your own hangar space, and larger commercial airports are often full, with waiting lists that are months long. Smaller executive airports like Monmouth Airport have aircraft hangars available now, with other attractive perks like around-the-clock on-site aircraft maintenance. 

For more information about Monmouth Executive Airport and everything we have to offer, including custom hangar space, please contact us today. Discover why so many people choose Monmouth Airport as their preferred executive airport. We look forward to hearing from you.

Turboprops & Twin Pistons: Know Your Options

2 November 2020   Charter Flights Hangar Space

We’re huge aircraft enthusiasts at Monmouth Airport. Over the years we’ve enjoyed seeing people experience the luxury and the convenience of private planes, and we welcome all flying enthusiasts to share our passion for traveling and exploring the skies. When choosing your aircraft there are many things to think about, and one decision you’ll need to make is between a turboprop aircraft or a twin piston aircraft. So what are the major differences between these two types of aircraft?


Turboprop aircraft are ideal for journeys that are less than 500 miles, and they can easily land in places considered less accessible like shorter runways and large grass fields. If you’re riding in a turboprop aircraft you can usually land very close to your destination, at a smaller executive airport for example, making the journey more convenient for you.

Compared to jets, turboprops are less expensive – from operating costs to maintenance costs to fuel costs and other expenses, they’re an overall more cost-effective option. Their lower costs are reflected in their size, as most turboprops can hold anywhere from 4 – 8 passengers, but that doesn’t mean they are any less spacious or less comfortable than twin piston planes. You’ll still be able to relax in style as you enjoy the ride. 

Twin pistons

Twin piston aircraft can hold up to six passengers, and they’re well-suited for short flights around 300 miles or less. If you’re looking to hop up and down the coast for a long weekend, or take an impromptu vacation at the Jersey Shore, a twin piston may be the best choice. These aircraft usually operate under altitude restrictions, meaning they can only ascend up to a certain point, which is yet another reason that twin pistons are an excellent choice for short trips.

Because twin piston aircraft have two engines, they can reach faster cruise speeds and climb faster than single engine planes. These aircraft can also access shorter runways, similar to turboprops, and they’re able to land at smaller, executive airports like Monmouth Airport. 

Invest in your own hangar space

Whichever type of aircraft you determine is the best for you, one thing is certain – having your own hangar space is a very worthy investment. Many large commercial airports do have aircraft hangars, but the waiting list can be long and you’re not guaranteed a spot. Choose a smaller executive airport and enjoy the convenience, your own hangar space, and on-site, around-the-clock aircraft maintenance. 

For more information about Monmouth Executive Airport, including custom hangar space and aircraft maintenance, please contact us today. Discover why so many people choose Monmouth Airport as their preferred executive airport. We look forward to hearing from you.