Per the Holladay Aviation Aircraft Rental Agreement:
Renter will exercise extreme caution when moving on or about our hangar and ramp area.
Renter may NOT start the engine of an aircraft when it is inside a hangar, or if the aircraft is within 50 feet (approximately twice the length of a Cessna 172) of any hangar, vehicle, object or person.
Renter must ensure that the wind created by the rotating propeller (known as “prop wash”) does not blow into an open hangar or vehicle. If Renter’s prop wash causes damage to any hangar, vehicle, object or person, Renter will be responsible for the damage.
When returning to the Holladay Aviation ramp after a flight, Renter will shut down the aircraft engine in a safe area, no closer than 50 feet (approximately twice the length of a Cessna 172) from any hangar, vehicle, object or person. Renter must ensure that the aircraft is not blocking ingress to or egress from any hangar not occupied by Holladay Aviation or Eagle Aircraft Maintenance. Renter must use a tow bar, if necessary, to reposition the aircraft after shut-down to a safe location in front of the Holladay Aviation or Eagle Aircraft Maintenance hangars.
Note: It is not necessary to maintain the 50-foot separation when the engine is shut down and the aircraft is parked on the ramp, only during engine start and shut-down. Due to limited ramp space it may be necessary for aircraft to be positioned in close proximity to one another while they are not in use.