Prior to December of 2015, the Airport Management wastes no time and paints over the artwork and locks the doors. The building remains vacant until they can devise a demolition plan. They had approved the signage in June 2015, but I think the airport management had some political agenda.
San Diego Sky Tours artists, pilots and volunteers have kept a great and honorable attitude during this sad moment. Looking at the hangar as a 'Sand Castle', a piece of art that existed for a time, then washes away with the ocean current, helps keep up our spirits.
The new home of San Diego Sky Tours after a year of restoration. Two of our aircraft sit out on the ramp, under covered parking. Sad.