Omaka Airpark

Managed by the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre and located adjacent to this iconic museum, is the Omaka Airpark. With space on the airfield at a premium, this development is providing new opportunities for business and private ownership alike.

 

Provision has been made for fully serviced sites, providing three-phase power, water and sewerage to each boundary. A one off contribution towards installation is payable on securing a site.

 

A 30m wide taxiway provides access onto Omaka Aerodrome.

 

Sites are reserved for aviation related activities

 

Prospective hangar owners must join the Marlborough Aero Club, in order to cover their use of the airfield.

 

Sites are sub-leased from The New Zealand Aviation Museum Trust (trading as the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre). Full details of lease terms and rates are available on request.

 

To maintain consistency in appearance and quality, hangars are to be built to an approved standard, with construction undertaken by an approved contractor.

 

The first row of nine hangars measure 20m x 25m, with an 18m x 4.6m high opening with sliding doors. Roller door to rear of building, fire rated dividing walls and 150mm reinforced floors.

 

The second row hangars are 20m x 15m.

 

Please contact us to discuss the option which would suit you best.

All proceeds go towards the future development and expansion of the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre. For more information, phone (03) 579 1305 or email info@omaka.org.nz

Managed by the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre and located adjacent to this iconic museum, is the Omaka Airpark. With space on the airfield at a premium, this development is providing new opportunities for business and private ownership alike.

 

Provision has been made for fully serviced sites, providing three-phase power, water and sewerage to each boundary. A one off contribution towards installation is payable on securing a site.

 

A 30m wide taxiway provides access onto Omaka Aerodrome.

 

Sites are reserved for aviation related activities

 

Prospective hangar owners must join the Marlborough Aero Club, in order to cover their use of the airfield.

 

Sites are sub-leased from The New Zealand Aviation Museum Trust (trading as the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre). Full details of lease terms and rates are available on request.

 

To maintain consistency in appearance and quality, hangars are to be built to an approved standard, with construction undertaken by an approved contractor.

 

The first row of nine hangars measure 20m x 25m, with an 18m x 4.6m high opening with sliding doors. Roller door to rear of building, fire rated dividing walls and 150mm reinforced floors.

 

The second row hangars are 20m x 15m.

 

Please contact us to discuss the option which would suit you best.

All proceeds go towards the future development and expansion of the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre. For more information, phone (03) 579 1305 or email info@omaka.org.nz