|See also Sandy Shores Airfield, another nearby airstrip.|
As its name implies, it is a hangar, capable of holding one small airplane. It is possible to buy the hangar and runway for $150,000 after the mission Nervous Ron. It seemed to be owned by Vapid, which implies that Vapid had an aircraft division. It is only available to buy if playing as Trevor. Unfortunately, the player cannot store their personal aircraft in the garage, since the Cuban 800 used for the Arms Trafficking missions always spawns here.
After the hangar is purchased, it features Arms Trafficking missions by either land or air. There is a Dune Buggy for the land weapons-running side mission, as well as a Cuban 800 for air deliveries. Upon completion of a side mission, Trevor gets paid $5000 for land deliveries and $7000 for the air deliveries. Completing air deliveries quickly awards a time bonus of $125, accuracy with drops gives additional $125 bonus and flying below radar on missions that require it give yet another $125.
Unlike other properties that generate varying levels of income on a regular basis, these missions are the only way to generate income from the hangar. The trade-off is that the owner doesn't have to worry about being summoned to deal with various issues and can engage in the missions at his leisure or ignore them after completing the first set.
- BF Injection: Can be found just east of the hangar
- Cuban 800: Inside the hangar after buying the property. Automatically triggers the Arms Trafficking side-mission when entered.
- Dune Buggy: To the left to the hangar after buying the property. Automatically triggers the Arms Trafficking side-mission when entered.
- Duster: Occasionnally, a NPC-controlled Duster will land on the airfield.
- In Minor Turbulence, Trevor says that he is going to land the Cargo Plane at McKenzie Field, but this is practically impossible as the Cargo Plane is too big for any runway due to its large wingspan. Also, because it's a big plane, it needs more runway for taking off and landing.
- The Vapid sign on the top of the hanger is likely a reference to the Ford Motor Company Aviation Division that built the famous Ford Trimotor, since Vapid represents Ford.