Sheltair Aviation relocates its corporate headquarters to the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport


Sheltair has relocated its corporate headquarters from Oakland Park, Florida, to the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport.

Initially built by Sheltair in 1987, the building was fully renovated in a passion-driven project led by president Lisa Holland in collaboration with Anderson-Moore Construction Corp and architect G. Alvarez Studio, Inc.

The two-story, 20,000-square-foot facility will accommodate nearly 50 employees while allowing plenty of space for additional staff as Sheltair continues to grow.

“I am so excited to finally have a corporate presence on an airport, especially Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE), where it all began when my father purchased hangars almost 40 years ago,” said Sheltair president Lisa Holland. “This new office is now consistent with our brand image and will be relevant for years to come for the next generation. I am happy our corporate team has an office they can feel proud of when they step through the doors each morning.”

“Sheltair’s decision to relocate their corporate headquarters to the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport is a testament to the tremendous relationship that has been forged with the airport over the last four decades,” said Rufus James, FXE Airport director. “This initiative is a credit to Sheltair’s ability to bring continued investment and value to the Airport, which creates jobs and continues to drive economic growth. We look forward to our continued relationship with the Sheltair organization well into the future.”

The doors to the new Sheltair Aviation headquarters at FXE are now open, with a warm reception desk greeting its visitors. Those needing to visit Sheltair’s corporate headquarters or forward correspondence are encouraged to use the address below.

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