The Johnson County Executive Airport is open for flights. Tenants in the West T-Hangars are able to access their T-Hangars at any time.
SCHEDULE FOR EAST T-HANGAR VISITS:
Tenants will be able to access these hangars by appointment only between 7:30 AM and 4:30 PM. Please call 913-715-6004 to schedule an appointment or discuss other options.
To view the Visual Assessment of the East T-Hangar doors at Executive Airport which will determine the possibility of favorable operation, please click the link below:
Please submit updated phone numbers and contact information to 913-715-6004 or email@example.com.
Please click the link below for a list of east T-Hangars at Johnson County Executive Airport which based on observation and initial basement of the overall hangar structures have accessibility to enter at the tenant’s risk and remove items by appointment through the person door. Yes = individuals T-Hangar unit may be entered a Tenant’s risk. No = Individual T-Hangar unit can NOT be entered. Tenant observation without entry may be possible in some cases..
Dear East T-Hangar Tenant:
At the T-Hangar tenants’ meeting on Thursday, March 16, 2017, we identified T-Hangars that appear to be candidates for attempting construction aided extraction of hangars, which may include physical removal of existing doors, structural and metal panels, and other related activities consistent with general construction practices (such activities and practices are collectively referred to as “Construction Aided Extraction”) and ones that may operate in a more normal fashion when energized to provide you with access for removal of your aircraft and other personal property. To move forward with this procedure, you will need to return to the Airport Commission the attached (Click on Link Below) Waiver, Assumption of Risk, and Hold Harmless Agreement. This document must be signed by the hangar tenant.
Based on feedback received at the March 16th meeting and additional follow-up, we are not moving forward with the mutual waiver of subrogation that we discussed at the meeting.
Please make certain that you have fully read and understand the contents of the Waiver, Assumption of Risk, and Hold Harmless Agreement. We encourage you to consult your personal legal counsel and insurance carrier if you have questions about the document.
Please return an ink signed original of the Waiver, Assumption of Risk, and Hold Harmless Agreement to the Airport Commission by 5 p.m. on Monday, March 27, 2017 at the following address:
Johnson County Airport Commission
One New Century Parkway
New Century, KS 66031
There are two other forms attached, which may or may not apply depending on your situation. First, if you do not own the aircraft stored in your hangar or if you store personal property for someone else, then you will need to have the owner(s) of that aircraft and/or property complete and sign the attached Waiver, Assumption of Risk, and Hold Harmless for Non-Tenant Owners of Property Stored in Hangar. This form will need to be completed and returned to the Airport Commission by the date and time set forth above.
Second, anyone that will be helping you with the removal of property in your hangar will need to complete and sign the Helper’s Waiver, Assumption of Risk, and Hold Harmless Agreement, which is attached. If you know who will be helping you with property removal, we ask that you return the completed, signed Helper’s Waiver with the other documents. If you are not yet certain who will be helping you with property removal, then the Helper’s Waiver may be turned in at a later date before you remove items from the T-Hangar. However, anyone assisting you will not be allowed to access the hangar and remove property until the Airport Commission receives the completed Helper’s Waiver.
Extractions involving an attempt to raise and lower the hangar door will be scheduled prior to any Construction Aided Extractions. In the meantime, we are continuing to assess the possible candidates for Construction Aided Extraction. At the time of extraction, you will need to be prepared to remove the aircraft and all other personal property located in the hangar. Removal of the aircraft and other property is your responsibility.
If you have questions regarding the hangar extraction process, please contact Larry Peet, Deputy Director of the Airport Commission, at 913-715-6000.
For insurance questions, please contact Bill Cauveren, the County’s Risk Manager, at 913-715-0618.
We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding as we work our way through the complex aftermath of the March 6, 2017 storm.
Aaron Otto, Executive Director
Located at 151st Street and Pflumm Road, between the cities of Olathe and Overland Park, Kansas, Executive Airport is in the heart of Johnson County's economic belt and is the choice for many corporate, business, and general aviation users.
- Table of Content
- Chapter 1 - Inventory
- Chapter 2 - Forecasts
- Chapter 3 - Requirements
- Chapter 4 - Alternatives
- Chapter 5 - Facility Plans
- Chapter 6 - Financial Plans
T-Hangar Evaluation Study:
Pavement Study (draft):
Facilities: The airport is located on approximately 500 acres of land with a 4,100' single runway, parallel taxiways, Federal contract air traffic control tower, and medium intensity airfield lighting. Localizer/DME approaches are available from the north and the south.
Services: In addition to all standard aircraft services, airport businesses offer air charter, aircraft sales, and flight instruction services from smaller single-engine aircraft up to corporate jets.
History: Originally constructed as a Naval auxiliary field during World War II, the airport was deeded to the City of Olathe in 1951 and from the city to Johnson County in 1967. The Board of County Commissioners created the Johnson County Airport Commission to manage, operate, and improve the airports. With over 50,000 annual operations and approximately 210 based aircraft, the airport is the third busiest in the state of Kansas.
Improvements: Improvements to the airport include a new concrete runway and localizer with MALSR lighting system. The west parallel taxiway was reconstructed and a holding bay added to the south end for improved traffic handling.
T-Hangars: The County owns and operates a total of 218 T-Hangars at both Johnson County airports. Aircraft owners wanting to rent a T-Hangar should call (913) 715-6000 to check availability or email firstname.lastname@example.org. View the T-Hangar Waiting List Policy for additional information or download the following documents: Executive Airport (OJC) Map Layout, 2015 Rental Rates, T-Hangar Waitlist Request, T-Hangar Maintenance Request, or Contact Information Update.
Aviation Businesses: Following is a list of resident aviation businesses at Executive Airport:
- Air Associates, L.L.C. - Full-Service Fixed Base Operator
- Airfield Technology - Flight Inspection Systems and Navigation Aids
- Dynamic Aero, Inc. - Specialized Aviation Service Operator
- Executive Aircraft Engines, Inc. - Aircraft Engine Repair
- Heartland Airplanes, L.L.C. - Aircraft Sales and Acquisitions
- KCAC Aviation - Full-Service Fixed Base Operator
- KCCopters - "A Johnny Rowlands Company" specializing in helicopter training, professional pilot program, tours, KMBC-9 helicopter, and helicopter fleet
- Red Rock Helicopter, LLC - Helicopter maintenance, inspections, overhauls and rebuild