Sheltair FBO Perform the Ceremonial Groundbreaking to Celebrate Hangar Expansion

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In a multimillion-dollar vote of confidence in the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (KBJC) and the Denver metro area it serves, Sheltair has announced that it has broken ground on a new large-cabin class size hangar and office facility. The $10 million project comes just one year after Sheltair opened the doors to its award-winning FBO terminal, which AIN recognized as the best new FBO facility in North America of 2020. his new second hangar will mirror its existing sister hangar with 30,240 square feet of hangar space and equipped with a 210 feet wide and 28.6 feet high hangar door allowing Sheltair BJC to welcome the latest generation of aircraft such as the G650 and Global Express. At the same time, this new facility will provide 6,000 square feet of office space for tenants along with 94 additional auto parking spaces, 16 of which will be covered. 

“As a third-generation family business committed to providing outstanding service, we are focused on our guest’s experience,” stated Sheltair president Lisa Holland. “That extraordinary commitment resonates with every Sheltair employee explaining why our Rocky Mountain facility won Aviation International News’ (AIN) Topflight Award for best new FBO in 2020. This celebration is about our dedication to the Sheltair client.” Sheltair is a family-owned company that enjoys a national reputation for its superior customer focus and service-driven corporate culture. Founded in 1963 by Jerry Holland, father of current Sheltair President Lisa Holland, it is the nation’s largest privately-owned aviation network, proudly operating 19 award-winning FBOs and a portfolio of over 4.5 million square feet of aviation-related properties across the country.


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