Sheltair opens new hangar in Ocala expanding its FBO facility


Sheltair Aviation has completed the construction of its new 20,000 square foot hangar at the Ocala International Airport.

The facility is now fully operational and open for business. The family-owned company celebrates this project’s realization, aiming to fulfill the future needs of a growing general aviation community in the Ocala Market.

Sheltair first announced the construction of this new hangar in the month of February, when in partnership with The City of Ocala, it unveiled its new FBO and airport terminal building. The company recognized that the addition of a large-cabin class size hangar would further elevate its customer’s experience.

“Our new hangar at the Ocala International Airport fully complements the FBO terminal we inaugurated earlier this year,” said Sheltair’s chief operating officer, Todd Anderson. “We are thrilled to provide our clients with a world-class facility that is supported by our award-winning FBO service and ability to accommodate the latest generation of aircraft.”

Sheltair has also noted that it maintains its efforts to ensure the health and wellness of its customers and employees. The FBO earned its NATA Safety 1st Clean certification in August and continues to monitor all issued CDC and local authority guidelines.

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