The control tower at Gary/Chicago International Airport, seen in this March 2012 photo, is set to close Friday, falling victim to federal sequester budget cuts, Airport Interim Director Steve Landry told the authority board Monday.
A Bombardier Global Express corporate jet is one of the first planes to be housed at the Gary Jet Center's recently opened 40,000-square-foot hanger at Gary/Chicago International Airport. The hangar features energy-efficient systems seen here such as huge overhead fans and digitally controll…
The Gary Jet Center recently opened a new $5 million, 40,000-square-foot hangar at Gary/Chicago International Airport that features energy-efficient, insulated panels on the ceiling, walls and 240-foot-long front door.
The front door on the Gary Jet Center's new hangar at Gary/Chicago International Airport is 240 feet long and 28 feet high. It is made up of 2 1/2-inch-thick insulated panels set between steel I-beams that slide over tracks in the floor.
A Bombardier Global Express corporate jet is one of the first planes to be housed at the Gary Jet Center's recently opened hangar at Gary/Chicago International Airport.
An overhead fan 20 feet in diameter spins near the ceiling of the new Gary Jet Center hangar. The fan is one of two that force warm air downward, increasing the hangar's energy efficiency.
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