CYHU H-18 Services sells building to begin construction of new FBO

CYHU H-18 Services Inc., a large ground handling provider at Saint-Hubert airport, has announced the sale of the Hangar H-18 building to Nolinor Aviation, at a price of $5.5 million.


Nolinor is one of the companies operating the aging Boeing 737-200, often called the workhorse of the North. It is one of the only jets able to land and take off from gravel runways. Stephen M. Fochuk Photo
Nolinor Aviation is the largest air carrier offering specialized commercial charter flights in Canada. Stephen M. Fochuk Photo

This transaction allows CYHU H-18 Services Inc. to pursue the development of a new fixed base operation (FBO) hangar facility at Saint-Hubert airport, dubbed Aeroparc H-19.

CYHU H-18 Services Inc. ensures that all services offered to current tenants and other clients of the Hangar H-18 building will remain in place until construction of the modern AÉROPARC H-19 is completed.


“We are excited about the arrival of Nolinor Aviation at Saint-Hubert airport and to have concluded this transaction with one of the most important aviation companies in Québec. We will continue to grow our operation with the development of Aeroparc H-19, which will complement the services offered to the clients of Saint-Hubert airport,” said company president M. Gordon Livingstone.

With a total area of 46,000 square feet, the brand new FBO will offer 25,000 square feet of hangar space, offices, shops and a world class arrivals and departures lounge, aimed at business aviation clientele.

The new facility will be located on a total of 200,000 square feet of private land next to the main runway 24R/06L.

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