A proposal to build a luxury corporate jet hangar at John Wayne Airport has been delayed.
Although Newport Beach-based Legacy Aviation never officially submitted a plan, the company placed the project on hold from its end, Costa Mesa city officials said Monday.
Calls to Richard M. Janisse, executive vice president of Legacy Aviation, were not returned.
Legacy Aviation introduced its project to the Costa Mesa City Council during a study session earlier this month.
Janisse told the council the project would bring more than $300,000 in property taxes to Costa Mesa and $1.7 million to the county, which owns and operates JWA.