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There are five hangars available to purchase from Maze Bank Foreclosures.
Once a hangar is purchased, an introduction cutscene is played upon first entry. The protagonist discovers two corpses near an unoccupied Cuban 800. Ron Jakowski, using an intercom speaker in the hangar, warns the player that he has a space weapon (Russian). The protagonist eventually finds him behind a stack of boxes, speaking through a microphone and watching through a small CCTV monitor. Ron gets scared of the protagonist, before realizing that it is his new partner. Ron describes how he is alone and was supposed to be protected forever by his best friend who has "gone Vinewood" on him. He thinks he has screwed up by shooting two (assumed) government agents in the head. Eventually, Charlie Reed, the mechanic, appears from a room of the hangar with a Burger Shot bag and a thermos flask in his hands, and he is briefly introduced by Ron and is immediately sent back to work. From there, Ron make a full tour of the hangar with the player, explaining how the facility works, showing the office, the living quarters (if purchased), the supply storage and the mechanic, who is able to modify aircraft. After the tour, both Ron and the player load the corpses into Ron's plane, while he states he will be in touch with the player once they start the business after taking care of some radio work.
The office provides the player with access to Free Trade Shipping Co to run their smuggling business. However the player can simply use the hangar and workshop to store and modify aircraft without undertaking any smuggling operations.
If the player has purchased a hangar at Fort Zancudo, then they receive low-level access pass clearance into the base, whereby they will be allowed to drive or fly into the base without incurring a wanted level. Additionally, all members of Organizations or Motorcycle Clubs will receive the clearance if the CEO or President owns a Zancudo hangar, though it will be revoked if the player leaves or are removed from the MC or Organization.
A complimentary Cuban 800 is supplied with every hangar.
Existing owned (Pegasus) aircraft can be converted to Personal Aircraft by ordering them from Pegasus and parking them in the hangar. They can then be personalized (resprayed).
Ownership of a hangar provides the player with an additional Interaction Menu option to call a personal aircraft from their hangar (floor or storage), in addition to any personal vehicle, CEO or MC Club vehicle or Pegasus vehicles they may already have active. Personal Aircraft deliveries are not instantaneous and are subject to mechanic delivery cool-downs. Personal Aircraft may spawn on open areas and different from Pegasus ones.
Personal Aircraft are automatically insured by Mors Mutual Insurance and when destroyed, can be claimed back, subject to a $1,000 deductible.
Below is a list of every available aircraft that the player can store in their hangar. Aircraft are classified as small, medium, or large and this classification dictates how many can be stored on the floor of the hangar.
There is on-floor capacity for twelve small, five medium or two large aircraft or various combinations of sizes. Attempting to bring in a new aircraft with no spare parking on the floor for that size will move it to storage immediately.
Hangar capacity including the unseen storage facility is 20 total aircraft, regardless of their size.
At the rear of the hangar is a Personal Aircraft Management menu which can be used to move and display the aircraft on the floor of the hangar and move them to and from an unseen storage location.
The player cannot store stolen aircraft, CEO/VIP helicopters or aircraft provided in missions.
|LSIA Hangar A17||Los Santos International Airport||More tons of contraband enter and leave San Andreas via LSIA than any other point in the state, so if you were looking for the high stakes table, you just found it. Time to pull up a chair.||$1,200,000|
|LSIA Hangar 1||Los Santos International Airport||If you've ever flown out of LSIA, it will come as no surprise that most of the infrastructure has been auctioned off to career criminals. Beat the check-in lines, dodge the taxes, moon the cops: this is commercial flying as it should be.||$1,525,000|
|Fort Zancudo Hangar 3499||Fort Zancudo||Have you viewed too many lifeless, cookie-cutter properties? Are you looking for something with a bit more character? This wonderful property is chock full of history, from the residual nerve agents in the brickwork to the previous occupant's fingernails sunk lovingly into the concrete floor. Please note: this hangar provides the buyer with low level clearance to Fort Zancudo.||$2,650,000|
|Fort Zancudo Hangar 3497||Fort Zancudo||Right at the heart of one of the IAA's most exclusive and sought-after black sites, these industrial premises are perfect for the ambitious entrepreneur on the hunt for an address to impress. Just think of the wow-factor when you lead your clients past those lines of hooded detainees. Please note: this hangar provides the buyer with low level clearance to Fort Zancudo.||$2,085,000|
|Fort Zancudo Hangar A2||Fort Zancudo||When it comes to hiding in plain sight, it doesn't get much plainer than the largest military installation in the state. On the plus side, they won't ask if you won't tell, and if you need to do any advanced interrogation you're welcome to borrow the bucket. Please note: this hangar provides the buyer with low level clearance to Fort Zancudo.||$3,250,000|
- A Homing Launcher with 2 rockets (located on the catwalk at the top front of the hangar).
- A Heavy Sniper with an Advanced Scope and 12 rounds (located on the catwalk in the middle of the back of the hangar).
- A Parachute.