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Community Hangar Classification
The following is a summary of various size aircraft as they pertain to making a hangar rental rate determination:

"Small Single" engine aircraft: Small single engine aircraft generally considered two place "trainers". Examples to include: C-150, XL2, AA1, Piper Cub & Pitts.

"Medium Single" engine aircraft: Medium single engine aircraft considered to be four to six place. Examples to include: Cessna 172, 182, 210, AA5, M20, SR20/22, Piper Cherokee, Warrior & Arrow; Beech Debonair & Bonanza.

"Large Single" engine aircraft: Large single engine aircraft considered to be greater than six place or have a turbine cowling extension. Examples to include: Malibu, AT6, PC12, TBM7, Cessna 207/8 & amphibian aircraft.

"Light Twin" engine aircraft: This class of aircraft includes small twin engine aircraft with a MTOW of 6200 lbs. or less. These twins include what are sometimes referred to as "non-cabin class twins." Examples to include: Beech Baron, Duchess & Twin Bonanza, Cessna 300 Series, Piper Seminole, Seneca, Aztec & Apache, Helicopter with Two Blades.

"Medium Twin" engine aircraft: This class of aircraft includes small cabin class twin engine aircraft with a MTOW between 6201 lbs. and 10,999 lbs. Examples to include: Beech Queen Air, Series 90 King Airs, D-18's, Cessna 400 Series/Conquest; Piper Navajo, Aero Star, and Cheyenne I-II, Rockwell Aero Commander, Merlin IIA/IIIB, Helicopter with Three Blades.

"Heavy Twin" engine aircraft: This class of aircraft includes all twin engine aircraft with a MTOW greater than 10,999 lbs. Examples to include: Beech 100, 200 & 300 Series King Airs, Piper Cheyenne III-IV, Rockwell Turbo Commander, Merlin III/IV, Metroliner & all light executive jet aircraft.

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