Ross Aviation Breaks Ground on Hangar in Bedford

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Shovels went into the ground last week at Ross Aviation’s location on Laurence Hanscom Field (BED) in Bedford, Massachusetts as the company began construction of a new hangar expansion project on the airport.

This expansion to Ross Aviation’s presence on the field will include some 60,000 square feet of new hangar space, as well as 12,000 square feet of new offices and terminal. Doors for the new hangar have been specifically sized to accommodate large cabin aircraft. And, in keeping with the company’s on-going commitment to sustainability, the new hangar will be LEED certified. In addition to new hangar and office space, the project will also add three acres of additional ramp space for Ross Aviation based customers and guests. Construction on the new facility is expected to be completed in the spring of next year.

Located just 20 miles northwest of Boston, BED is the region’s largest general aviation airport and the popular choice for easy access to businesses, medical facilities and educational hubs in the 128 Loop. Ross Aviation’s facility at BED is one of the company’s most popular for both base customers and transient guests in the region. “In addition to expanding our footprint at here at Hanscom Field as well as our presence in the Northeast, this new hangar will further advance our ability to provide customers with the best flight hospitality and services in the industry” said Brian Corbett, chief executive officer of Ross Aviation as the first symbolic shovelfuls of earth were turned over.

This expansion to Ross Aviation’s presence on the field will include some 60,000 square feet of new hangar space, as well as 12,000 square feet of new offices and terminal.