Hangars

Some articles on hangars, hangar:

Airship Hangar - History - Early Hangars
... The first real airship hangar was built as Hangar “Y” at Chalais Meudon near Paris in 1879 where the engineers Charles Renard and Arthur Constantin Krebs constructed their first airship “La ... Hangar “Y” is one of the few remaining hangars in Europe ... airship LZ1 by Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin started in 1899 in a floating hangar on Lake Constance at Manzell today part of Friedrichshafen ...
Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport - History
... involved runways and airplane hangars, with three concrete runways, several taxiways and a large parking apron and a control tower ... Several large hangars were also constructed ... Although some hangars had steel frames and the occasional brick or tile brick building could be seen, most support buildings sat on concrete foundations but were of frame construction clad in little more than ...
Bellman Hangar - Construction
... The Bellman hangar was constructed on a unit system of rolled steel sections, both walls and roof using the same standard units joined at the junction of wall and roof ... The time taken for 12 men to erect the hangar at Thornaby, including levelling the ground, laying door tracks, erecting the steelwork, and fitting oiled canvas Callender doors, was 500 man-hours ... As a result of the bad winter of 1937 when a number of Bellman hangars at Thornaby were damaged after a heavy to severe fall of snow, production Bellmans were modified slightly to have steel-framed ...
Airship Hangar - History - The USA
... In the USA big hangars started in 1921 with Hangar No 1 at Lakehurst Naval Airship Station (NAS) ... Additional hangars, which housed the USS Akron (ZRS-4) and USS Macon (ZRS-5), exist in Akron, Ohio (the Goodyear Airdock, 1929) and Sunnyvale, California (Hangar One, Moffett Federal Airfield, 1932) ... These three hangars still exist, as do a number of airship hangars built during the Second World War ...
Saint-Hyacinthe Aerodrome
... All hangar spaces are sold out and more hangars under construction drive the need for more space for hangars and an extra runway to permit landings when crosswinds are to strong to permit a ... Crosswinds of this strength rattle the hangars and keep almost everybody grounded ...