Straight Flight, an FAA/EASA Certified aircraft repair, maintenance, inspection, and modification services provider, announces the expansion of its maintenance capabilities and airport footprint with the acquisition of a 25,000 sq. ft. hangar and operations facility at Centennial Airport. The hangar facility, located on the northeast quadrant of Centennial, Colorado, sits on approximately three acres and includes a 25,000 sq. ft. hangar with 4,000 sq. ft. of office/operations space, currently under construction.The new Straight Flight hangar is specifically designed to support repair, inspection, maintenance, and modification operations for heavy aircraft including commercial, business, and military aircraft. The facility is fully operational, with office construction projected to be completed by March 2022. The hangar is equipped with 28-foot-high x 100-foot-wide doors to accommodate mid-to-heavy aircraft."Centennial Airport is the 2nd busiest general aviation airport in the country and is recognized as a centrally located hub for aircraft repair services," stated Chris Haight, General Manager of Straight Flight. "Our newest hangar acquisition has expanded our strategic hangar system footprint to three facilities, dramatically increasing our aircraft services capacity and capabilities."Straight Flight's hangar infrastructure expansion is based on direct response to increased demand of major and minor aircraft services from Commercial, General and Military aircraft operators and agencies."Land at Centennial Airport is at a premium and, with local area million-dollar business and development investments on the rise, tandem aviation operations are projected to follow the trend," stated Haight. "Our goal is to expand our on-site aircraft services for both local and nationwide operators. We are fortunate to conduct business at Centennial, which is both geographically advantageous for operators and recognized for exceptional aviation services, nationwide."