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For the hangar at Eagle Farm, Brisbane, see Second World War Hangar No. 7.
Exterior of Hangar-7 at night

Hangar-7 in Salzburg, Austria, owned by Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz is not a hangar in a traditional sense but rather a multifunctional building with a collection of 25 historical airplanes, helicopters and Formula One racing cars and is home of the Flying Bulls, an Austrian aviation team, also owned by Mateschitz. It houses a restaurant, two bars, a lounge and aircraft, and is open to the public. It includes the Michelin starred restaurant Ikarus.[1]

The building is airfoil shaped, constructed of 1,200 tons of steel and 75,000 sqft of glass surface. "Hangar 8" is the maintenance facility.[2]


  1. ^ "ViaMichelin Travel. Ikarus – Salzburg. Restaurant. Useful Information". Travel.viamichelin.com. Retrieved 2011-10-20. 
  2. ^ Mike Collins (September 2014). "Red Bulls under glass". AOPA Pilot. 

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Coordinates: 47°47′37″N 13°00′26″E / 47.79361°N 13.00722°E / 47.79361; 13.00722