Understand the Full Potential of Hangar Space
For overall efficiency and cost-effectiveness, ground personnel must be able to fit the maximum number of stored aircraft within the dimensions of a hangar. To do this, airlines must first have a good understanding of hangar space.
Look for areas within the hangar's layout that aren't being fully utilized for stored aircraft and identify which ground support equipment is used more infrequently. If an airport isn't using hangar space to its total capacity, there will likely be significant areas of dead space between the aircraft. To rectify this, ground personnel can weed out underutilized equipment and use what is known as the Tetris-style aircraft parking technique.