HOUSTON, Texas — Wilson Air Center recently unveiled plans for an expansion project at Houston Hobby Airport (HOU). The multi-phased project includes plans for an additional G-650 hangar and a new 10,000 square-foot Executive Terminal.
“We have been experiencing an impressive increase in traffic at Houston Hobby,” says Dave Ivey, Vice President, Wilson Air Center.
With Phase I complete, which encompassed a total renovation of the existing Wilson Air Center facility, currently featuring pilots’ lounges/snooze rooms, a presidential suite, and more than 80,000 square feet of hangar storage, the focus now turns to Phase II.
Wilson Air Center Houston will break ground on Phase II soon, according to company officials. Plans include the construction of a new 25,000-square-foot G-650 size hangar and office complex.
As Phase II gets underway, Wilson Air Center is also preparing for Phase III, which will feature a 10,000-square-foot Executive Terminal, complete with views of the airport and downtown Houston though a 35-foot all-glass façade.
In addition to the new Executive Terminal, Phase III also includes plans to build an additional concrete ramp to support the increase in traffic at Houston Hobby, according to company officials.
Wilson Air Center also is developing plans for Phase IV of the expansion project. While a completion date is not yet set, plans include construction of private and community hangars as well as condo hangars for owners who desire privacy and security.
For more information: WilsonAir.com