General Aviation Hangars Available
at the largest seaplane base in the world
First Class design for a reliable, energy-efficient building – providing superior performance benefits to minimize energy costs, reduce carbon emissions, and maximize property value. Your new hangar is an innovative structure that offers superior strength, storm, sound, and fire resistance to protect your assets - keeping your aircraft and you covered.
- Accommodate large general aviation and multiple aircraft
- Corporate, Private, Commercial, and Business
- Fixed and rotary wing
- Concrete and steel building
- Interior ceiling height clear at 24'
- Priority leasing of float tie-down space on new docks at Lake Hood
- 3,400 sf - 20,000 sf customizable spaces available
Location • Location • Location
Lake Hood Seaplane Base (LHD) is a vital and active part of Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC), playing a special role in Alaska's aviation infrastructure. As the world's busiest seaplane base, Lake Hood serves a number of important aviation-related roles:
- LHD is the only public seaplane facility serving Anchorage - Alaska's largest city - with a population of 300,000+ residents.
- LHD supports year-around flying, serving float operations in the summer and ski operations in the winter. LHD's gravel strip is open to wheeled aircraft in all seasons.
- LHD connects Anchorage to dozens of remote recreation lodges and rural villages that rely on floatplane and small aircraft services to support their operations, moving visitors, residents, and supplies continuously throughout the year, especially during the busy summer season. Ski equipped aircraft use Lake Hood during the winter.
- LHD serves as a base for a wide variety of aviation-related services, ranging from aircraft repairs and maintenance to flight training.
- LHD users access the ANC runways via Taxiway V to the west.