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The FLIGHT ASSOCIATION website is AZPegasusAirpark.com

The HOA website is  PegasusAirparkAZ.com

  The address here is PegasusAirparkOwners.Webs.com

Welcome to PEGASUS-AIRPARK

CONDO HANGARS

 Dedicated to those that own a home and hangar or Condo Hangar in Pegasus Airpark......

They are 'Pegasus Airpark Owners'.......

everything on this site is public knowledge and was supplied by members.

 

COPYRIGHT 2006

This site was developed to show photos of the entire air-park as well as the Condo Hangar Complex. However, it has evolved to specialize in just the Condo Hangars.   (And the few home and hangar units around the hangar complex.)

There are two completed sets of Aircraft Hangars in Pegasus.

With a third set under consideration as of March 2022

 (proposed to be completed in 2023)

This third set will span the width of the condo area and will sit just South of the present complex. The Southern-most row will be very large units (possibly 10) and the side facing Diane Way may resemble hi-end residential condo units, with the possible option of living space added to the interior.  ( At this point in time we understand the developer will be providing a finished hangar structure but the buyer will be responsible for adding the interior additions such as living space, crew quarters, office space etc..)  


The original West side set of 3 banks of hangars are controlled by the:

Pegasus Aircraft Storage Condominium Association.

One bank of 15 Tee Hangars and two banks of 16 (each) Box hangars are all sold to individual owners who belong to both the Flight and the Hangar Condominium Association.  You do not have to live in Pegasus to be a condo owner. 

                              The Hangar Condominium Association (above) is managed by Metro Property Services.

The newest completed set on the East side of the FBO are named:

"The Hangars at Pegasus" (Photos below)

They are comprised of 15 very large Box Hangars and at least 16 oversized regular Box Hangars.

 they have their own Condo Association. (Photos below) They are also managed by Metro Property Services.


During construction, below and to right.

In the photo below the original hangars are in the foreground and the newer larger

hangars are to the right.

 ALL HANGAR OWNERS AND ALL FLIGHT MEMBERS GET A SPECIAL PRICE ON FUEL

FOR INFORMATION ABOUT FUEL AND FUEL PRICING

see the Airport Manager, Flight Association, or contact Metro Property Services

A JET A TANK HAS SINCE BEEN ADDED

in addition to the 100 LL tank for Flight Members

We care about SAFETY, very much so.

All hangars have a built-in fire suppression system which is monitored 24/7 in addition to fire hydrants and extinguishers

 at each bank of hangars. The entire complex is guarded by TWO sets of electronic gates and multiple security cameras.

FOR AVIATION INFO ABOUT 5AZ3 HERE

The original developers planned to allow homes surrounding the hangar condos to 'come through the wall'. At the present time at least two lots have been confirmed as approved and three more have been tentatively approved to (at least) have a gate 'through the wall'. All together, ten lots may have been approved at one time. Any lot that used the condo community property for access would belong to the Condo Association at a special rate.

For more information about coming through the wall

try here:

Many condo owners live in the air-park

and a home and condo hangar package come on the market occasionally.

CALL your Real Estate agent to see any available homes

and if a Condo hangar might be available for sale (that you will own) or rent.

In some airparks and municipal airports you only lease the hangar, in Pegasus you can be an 'owner'.....

Arizona National Guard leaving on Deployment (Shown below.)

Abandoned& Little-Known Airfields

© 2002, © 2014 by Paul Freeman. Revised 5/26/14.

 reprinted and published with the permission of Terry and Paul Freeman

"As a pilot, a particular interest of mine has always been the abandoned airfields that dot the landscape of much of this country. Both for their potential safety value to a pilot in an emergency, and also for their sometimes fascinating history, this particular topic has always held my curiosity. When I'm a passenger on commercial flights I've always found myself looking out the window, constantly looking for airfields below. When I fly as a pilot myself, I try to land at as many airports as possible, to learn a little about each one."

Paul Freeman, Editor

 PegasusAirparkOwners.webs.com, copyright 2006

A recent survey : "Browsed it. Well done." "Been on your site for a bit today , it is very good." "That is a great website you put together. Thanks for doing that." "This is good stuff. I really appreciate all the time and effort you've put into this.. " "Appreciate the information."

Pegasus Airpark Owners.webs.com photographs are courtesy of 'BRITNEY'.

OLD TIME B&W AVIATION PHOTOS COURTESY OF PAUL FREEMAN   Abandoned& Little-Known Airfields 

                                                             Other old time B&W photos courtesy CCI, Lanoka Harbor, NJ