Rates & Fees

All of the rates and charges for Hayward Executive Airport can be found in the City of Hayward's Master Fee Schedule. For your convenience, we have combined the commonly-requested services here.

Rates and Charges as of August 1, 2017

Monthly and Daily Fees for Aircraft Parking and Storage

a. Aircraft Hangar Waiting List Application: Refundable Deposit of $100

b. Hangar Space:

QuantityHangar SizeMonthly Charges
10Small T-Hangar - 810 square feet$266
170Standard T-Hangar - between 912-1058 square feet$374
12Large T-Hangars - 1288 square feet$513
1Small Executive Hangar - 2401 square feet$890
6Standard Executive Hangar (Bldg 1) - 3300 square feet$1,231
8Large Executive Hangar (Bldg 2) - 3600 square feet$1,343

c. Hangar Storage Room

QuantityStorage Room Size & Door TypeMonthly Charge
1Small, Man-door (Bldg A) - 195 square feet$71
3Medium, Man-door - 265 square feet.$99
13Large, Man-door - 530 square feet$191
6Large, Man-door/Sliding Door (Bldgs N, O, P) - 530 square feet$191
2Extra Large, Man-door/Sliding Door (Bldg Q ) - 645 square feet$244
3Office Spaces – 450 square feet$650

d. Tiedowns (Aircraft Gross Weight/Wing Span)

Tiedown TypesMonthly Charge
Single-Engine Aircraft (3,500 lbs. less than 40 feet) and Single-Engine Helicopter$60
Twin-Engine Aircraft (12,500 lbs. less than 50 feet) and Twin-Engine Helicopters$75
12,501 - 25,000 lbs. more than 50 feet$108
25,001 - 75,000 lbs$161
Excess of 75,000 lbs$216

e. Transient Tiedowns (Aircraft Gross Weight/Wing Span)

TRANSIENT PARKING (aircraft gross weight/wing span)Daily Charge
First 4 hours of parkingFREE
Single-Engine - 3,500 lbs. less than 40 feet$6
Twin-Engine - 12,500 lbs. less than 50 feet & Helicopters$8
12,501 - 25,000 lbs. more than 50 feet$12
25,001 - 75,000 lbs$23
Excess of 75,000 lbs$29
Lighter-than air Airships$20

f. Effective July 1, 1997, a late charge of $15 or 5% of the monthly rent per month, whichever is greater, shall be assessed if rent is not paid within ten (10) days of its due date (does not apply to daily rent).

g. Beginning July 1, 1999 and continuing every other year (biennially) on odd numbered years (e.g., July 2001, July 2003, July 2005), all aircraft parking and storage charges, (excluding outside tiedowns), for the ensuing twenty-four (24) month period shall be adjusted proportionally upward seventy-five percent (75%) of the percentage increase in the All Urban Consumers Price Index (CPI) for the San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose area of the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, from December to two (2) years prior to December for the applicable year. The computed adjusted rates shall be rounded to the nearest dollar.

h. Every four (4) years, staff will conduct a market analysis to ensure that hangar rents are consistent with the prevailing market rates. If analysis demonstrates that hangar rents require modification, such shall be accomplished during the next hangar adjustment period. Such rates shall be charged unless otherwise directed by Council.

i. Effective July 1, 1997, if the service of a member firm of the California Association of Photocopies and Process Servers must be utilized, a $50 fee shall be charged to the individual or business necessitating said process service.

j. The City shall charge a fee equal to the sum of the following: Five cents ($0.05) for each gallon of petroleum products delivered during the previous calendar month from the Leased Premises, or an amount equal to a three percent (3%) of the gross receipts (including fuel and gasoline taxes) for which Lessee sold fuel products during the previous calendar month on or from the Airport, whichever amount is greater.

k. All month-to-month Airport leases shall include a security deposit equal to one month’s rent.

Airport Land Values

Airport Land Value is on file and available for review in the Airport Administration Office.

Airport Project Administration Fee

Description Fee
A non-refundable fee for developers in compensation for staff time to negotiate agreements, prepare reports, and make presentations to Council Airport Committee and City Council .................... $5,000

Airport Administration Building Meeting Room(For aviation use only)

Organization TypeFee
Non-profit aviation organization charging no fee to the publicFree
For-profit aviation organization charging a fee to the public$200/day

Gate Access Cards

Card TypeFee
Initial Issue for Airport TenantFree
Initial Issue for Non-direct Airport Tenant$35
Replacement Gate Card$25

Hangar Exchange

Type of ExchangeAdministrative Fee
Exchange between Tenants$60, each tenant
Exchange into Vacant Hangar$60

Hangar Padlocks

Key TypeFee
Initial Set of keys (2 keys) Included w/ Padlock IssuedFree
Each Additional Key$5
Re-key of Padlock$35

Landing Fee

Commercial aircraft operations (shall include landing of all non-based general aviation aircraft that conduct air taxi, charter, or cargo operations under FAR Part 121 or Part 135) based on maximum certified gross landing weight:

WeightPer LandingDailyMonthly
0 – 3,500 pounds$2$5$13
3,501 – 6,250 pounds$4$10$26
6,251 – 12,500 pounds$8$20$52
12,501 – 25,000 pounds$16$40$104
25,001 – 50,000 pounds$32$80$208
50,001 pounds and above$64$160$416

Permits (Airport)

Permit TypeAnnual Charge
Airport Annual Business Permit$120
Taxiway Access Permit$786

Ramp Sweeping Services

Rate TypeFee

Tiedown Exchange

Type of ExchangeAdministrative Fee
Exchange into Vacant Tiedown$25

Vacated Hangar Cleanup

Rate TypeFee
Cleanup and disposal of items, minimum charge of 2 hours$150
Additional hours, hourly rate$70

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