The government has given its seal of approval to an exciting new development at Newquay Cornwall Airport.
Constructed by a team at Rubb Buildings Limited, Aerohub will offer 25,000sq ft of space for aircraft storage and maintenance tasks carried out at Newquay Cornwall Airport. In fact, the hangar is already home to a new CIS UK Ltd facility and the site for Apple Aviation to carry out repairs, overhauls and recycling of aircrafts.
Upon visiting the travel hub to explore the new Aerohub hangar, Local Growth Minister Kris Hopkins declared that the facility is “helping [England] to create an economy driven by private sector growth”.
Mr Hopkins commented: “It is fantastic to see businesses choosing Newquay as their British base and winning new business in decommissioning aircraft.”
Chris Pomfret, the Chairman of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership, also visited the new Aerohub hanger and was impressed with how the development is coming along.
He said: “Aerohub is a Cornish success story that has attracted, so far, six new businesses and created more than 150 jobs since 2012. Our longer-term aspiration is to unlock further growth of both the aerospace and space sectors in Cornwall.”
Anyone who would like to learn more about the Aerohub hanger should attend the 2014 Farnborough International Airshow, where the brand will be discussing the project further. The event runs from 14–20 July.