WEST HARRISON, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sky Harbour Group Corporation (NYSE American: SKYH, SKYH WS) (“SHG” or the “Company”), an aviation infrastructure company building the first nationwide network of Home-Basing Solutions for business aircraft, announced that it has executed an agreement with the Town of Addison, Texas, approximately doubling Sky Harbour’s footprint at Dallas’s Addison Airport (ADS). Under the amended ADS lease, Sky Harbour’s rentable square footage at ADS will grow to approximately 195,000.
Tal Keinan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, commented, “Dallas is among the largest business jet hubs in the country and one of Sky Harbour’s strongest markets. Addison is positioned in a prime location within the Dallas metro center and enjoys outstanding airport management. We believe the expanded Sky Harbour campus will strengthen Addison’s position as the airport of choice for many of Dallas’s top private and corporate flight departments.”
Sky Harbour campuses are open and operating at Houston’s Sugar Land Regional Airport (“SGR”) and Nashville International Airport (“BNA”). Sky Harbour’s Miami Opa-Locka Executive Airport (“OPF”) campus is in Operational Certification testing, with opening planned for early February. Sky Harbour recently broke ground on new campuses at Denver Centennial Airport (“APA”) and Phoenix Deer Valley Airport (“DVT”).
About Sky Harbour Group Corporation
Sky Harbour Group Corporation is an aviation infrastructure company developing the first nationwide network of Home-Basing Solutions for business aircraft. The company develops, leases and manages general aviation hangars across the United States. Sky Harbour’s Home Basing Solution aims to provide private and corporate customers with the best physical infrastructure in business aviation, coupled with dedicated service tailored to based aircraft, offering the shortest time to wheels-up in business aviation. To learn more, visit www.skyharbour.group.
Forward Looking Statements
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Attn: Francisco X. Gonzalez, CFO