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Avista building corporate plane hangar at Spokane International Airport

 (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
(Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)

Avista is building a $1.6 million private corporate hangar at the Spokane International Airport, according to permits issued by the city of Spokane.

The 8,000-square-foot hangar will include a private office and is being built on vacant land at 7801 W. Pilot Drive, on the east side of the airport at Pilot and South Davison Boulevard. The location is in the southwest corner of the larger airport footprint.

The hangar, which is on land leased from the airport, will house the energy company’s corporate jet, a Cessna Citation II.

Spokane-based Garco Construction is the project’s general contractor and architect.

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