There are many thriving airpark communities in the United States and now the trend is even growing internationally. With increased security hassles at major airports in combination with more people coming to aviation through the Sport Pilot License and VLJs, the benefits of access to private aircraft travel abound.
Track home developments and master planned communities dot the suburban landscape with cookie cutter replication and seemingly unrestrained reproduction. It’s obvious people are looking for an accessible sense of belonging, variety and meaning in their living space and neighborhoods these days. The airpark lifestyle represents freedom, an active lifestyle and adventure – things I see more people are gravitating towards and would like to be a part of.
Maybe like me, you’ve had a desire to develop one near you to live in,
but don’t have the resources – financially or time wise – to do so on
your own. Maybe like me, it requires meeting a like-minded group of
partnering capital investors and developers to move ahead with what you
see (and we see) as a feasible aviation and active lifestyle community
to be built.
Well, let’s put our heads together and see what can come out of good
‘ol American desire and ingenuity! The urban jungle is only growing
while precious wide-open spaces for airstrips and airparks are being
slowly edged out. It’s time to recover and preserve the heritage and
adventure of flight and make it a more accessible and worthwhile
investment and place to live. Let’s talk about build and sell an
That is kind of what I’m imagining: a think tank of like-minded
individuals to discuss pooling their resources and sweat-equity into
building and selling an airpark.
If you’ve got some interest or ideas, please add your comment with an e-mail address or phone so I can contact you.