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 award-winning FBOs and managing over 4.5 million square feet of aviation-related properties.
In January of 2020, Jerry appointed his daughter, Lisa Holland, as President of Sheltair Aviation. Lisa brings a fresh perspective to the family business while sustaining her father’s vision. In an era of unprecedented challenges and extraordinary opportunities, growing the company, maintaining its values, and defining excellence across an expanding aviation market are all part of her emerging Sheltair legacy.
Our Vision: Soar above and beyond creating a new standard for aviation products and services.
Our Mission: Family First. Fuel, Build, Serve.
OUR CORE VALUES
We are driven by exceeding customer expectations.
Our core values empower us to embrace each day with the same energy and enthusiasm as our customers. We are relied on for a joyful, safe, and efficient experience, which is exactly what we aim to provide. The values listed below are some of the reasons we are so committed to providing the best quality products and services in the aviation industry.
High Level of Service
A message from Jerry Holland
We at Sheltair are committed to excellence – a philosophy that can be seen in everything we do. Because of our heritage in the construction and aviation industry, we understand the importance of quality design, customer service, cost containment and on-time delivery.
These are the building blocks on which I founded Sheltair. Through the years, they have served as the guidelines that govern the way we do business. Ultimately, they’re also the reasons we’re recognized as a leader in the aviation facility construction, property management, and general aviation industries in Florida and across the Eastern United States. We are thankful to have such a wonderful team of more than 500 employees. Their talents and skills are the reason for our success with our customers. Their commitment to safety and excellence, combined with their training and years of experience, is what makes a difference.
Gerald M. Holland
Chairman, CEO and Founder
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