Do I need to own an airplane to be on the waiting list?

You do not need to own an aircraft to get on the waiting list. Although proof of current WSDOT aircraft registration in the tenants name will be required upon accepting a hangar, unless you are in the process of building an aircraft. The tenant must either own an aircraft or have a partnership agreement in one prior to moving into the hangar.

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1. What if I don’t need a hangar when one becomes available?
2. Can I build a kit plane in the hangar?
3. What is the average turnover rate for the waiting list?
4. How can I find out where I am on the waiting list?
5. What hangars are available?
6. Is the hangar agreement monthly, bi-annually, or annually?
7. How much is due when I sign the hangar agreement?
8. After seeing the hangar sizes and types, do I need to select one type of hangar?
9. Do I need to own an airplane to be on the waiting list?
10. Can I have a business in the hangar?
11. What can be stored in the hangar?
12. Can I share a hangar with somebody?
13. Why are there strict rules for having the aircraft registered in my name?