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Sheltair opens hangar in Savannah

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Sheltair Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport FBO has completed construction of its $5.6 million, 31,575 square-foot hangar designed to accommodate aircraft as large as the Global 7500 and Gulfstream 650.

Sheltair’s Savannah FBO includes a 6,500-square-foot executive terminal that provides a range of amenities for passengers and flight crews along with three additional hangars with office space totalling approximately 100,000 square feet.

Sheltair, a family-owned aviation development company, operates 18 FBOs and manages over 4 million square feet of aviation-related properties throughout Colorado, Florida, Georgia, and New York. Sheltair services include fueling, ground handling, hangar and office leasing, and turn-key design/build of aviation properties.

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