Townsville Airport’s NAACEX hangars for lease

A unique opportunity to join Australia’s newest aviation business park has become available with Townsville’s Northern Australian Aerospace Centre of Excellence (NAACEX) hangars for lease.

Constructed in 2008, the hangars suit a range of aviation uses and offer direct apron, runway and RAAF base access at Townsville Airport.

The two available hangars are Code C (737/A320) capable and come fitted out with dual level offices, boardroom and conference rooms, air conditioned workshops and amenities.

Queensland Airports Limited Executive General Manager Property and Infrastructure Carl Bruhn said it was an opportunity to join a fully serviced general aviation precinct in reach of the rapidly growing South East Asian aviation industry.

“A large part of the appeal for aviation businesses is NACCEX’s proximity to major transport hubs servicing Australasia,” Mr Bruhn said.

“Townsville offers a closer proximity to key Asian transport hubs when compared with Brisbane and Sydney airports. The flight range of Boeing 737-800 from Townsville Airport can reach hubs such as Jakarta and Guam.”

Between 2400sqm and 6,211sqm of floor space and can be leased in one line or separately depending on requirements.

The modern facilities feature restricted access, reticulated air, three phase power and outlets throughout, adjacent staff car park, large ventilation fans, three monorail cranes in each hangar capable of 2800 kg lift and fire suppression systems.

Aircraft painting company Flying Colours Aviation currently tenants one of the NAACEX and is expanding into another hangar in the precinct due to its growth.

NAACEX is an initiative of Queensland Airports Limited, owner operators of Townsville, Gold Coast, Mount Isa and Longreach airports.

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