Is GTA 5’s McKenzie Field Hanger worth it?
We’re going whether you should purchase the McKenzie Field Hangar Business in GTA 5 Story Mode.
Grand Theft Auto is a truly massive game. Between GTA 5 and the constant updates from Rockstar for GTA Online; there’s no shortage of new content and interesting things to do.
Join me, then for our series; every business in GTA 5 as we look Trevor’s Grand Theft Auto business, the McKenzie Field Hangar.
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The first business you get to buy in GTA Story Mode is the McKenzie Field Hanger; which is unlocked after the Nervous Ron mission. This allows Trevor to run arms to potential buyers.
The business itself is LS $150,000; but is it worth it?
Well, let’s do the numbers…
About McKenzie Field Hangar
After completing the assignment Nervous Ron, Trevor can purchase the hangar business for $150,000. The airstrip has a single dirt runway and a hangar that can accommodate a small plane. In the hangar, a Cuban 800 employed in air smuggling missions always spawns. On the east side of the hangar, a Dune Buggy for ground smuggling jobs spawns.
Trafficking Missions in GTA V
The hangar can be utilised for arms trafficking missions by land or air once it has been purchased. For ground missions, a Dune Buggy is used, and for air deliveries, a Cuban 800 is used. Trevor is paid $5000 for land deliveries and $7000 for air deliveries after completing a delivery. Completing air deliveries fast earns you a $125 time bonus, accuracy with drops earns you another $125, and flying below radar on missions that call for it earns you yet another $125.
These tasks are the sole method to earn money from the hangar, unlike other assets that create varied degrees of income on a regular basis. The owner doesn’t have to worry about being summoned to deal with various difficulties, and he can do the missions at his leisure or ignore them once the initial batch is completed. McKenzie Field, on the other hand, will not pay off its purchase price until Trevor has done twenty air or thirty ground deliveries (or combinations thereof).