Airliner Storage

The Grant County International Airport is ideal for storing aircraft: environment, pavement, staffing, access, and taxes.

CPA has facilitated airliner parking for short- and long-term storage programs. CPA can provide and/or coordinate ground handling, ground support equipment, and maintenance functions.

Environment

Located between the Cascade and Rocky mountain ranges, the dry desert environment of Moses Lake, WA is exceptional for storing aircraft. With an annual rainfall averaging 8″, Moses Lake is similar to the storage facilities of the South Western U.S., and is significantly drier than the Seattle area. In contrast to the desert SW, average daily temperatures are moderate; December averages 23 degrees F, while July averages 87 degrees F.

Pavement

The airport encompasses more than 4600 acres, with 75 acres of hard pad available for parking aircraft.

Staffing

The airport is staffed 24-hours each day with airport rescue and fire fighting (ARFF) personnel, meeting 14 CFR 139 requirements. Additionally, security personnel are on site 24-hours per day.

Access

Direct access to SR 17 and Interstate 90 makes connecting to larger cities simple and predictable. Spokane is 98 miles East, and Seattle is 176 miles West, of Moses Lake, WA.

Taxes

The tax advantages in Moses Lake, WA are similar to those in the California and Arizona deserts.