About The Hangar

Named for a Miami University Student who died in the attack on Pearl Harbor, the historic Lawrence A. Williams hangar is beautifully constructed with ceramic bricks and wooden trusses. They don’t make them like this anymore! Whether it be a pop-up thunderstorm in the summer or an ice storm in January, your investment will be protected while saving on costs by sharing space with professional pilots. Our smart and strategic hangar spacing ensures you won’t constantly be moving other aircraft out of your way for an easy start to your flying activities.

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