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Threshold Aviation expands again

Threshold Aviation Group has leased its fourth 50,000-square-foot hangar at Chino Airport, according to a statement released this week.

The company, which operates and maintains private jets owned by businesses and individuals, now manages 250,000 square feet of hangar, office and shop space at the airport, along with 500,000 square feet of ramps, according to the statement.

Leases terms were not disclosed. “Our operation is truly full service,” said Mark DiLullo, Threshold’s chief executive officer, said in the statement. “We can fly your plane, store your plane, maintain your plane, refurbish your plane, and gas it up at our fuel farm.  We can buy a plane for you, sell it for you, or ‘part it out’ if it has reached the end of its service life.”

The Chino Airport is owned by San Bernardino County.

The new hangar will be used to store business jets. Threshold’s managed fleet incudes Gulfstream 650s, 550s, GIVs, and Challenger Aircraft, according to the statement.

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