Florida-based FBO operator and aviation real estate provider Sheltair has promoted Lisa Holland from president of corporate strategies to president of the company. The daughter of company founder, chairman, and CEO Jerry Holland, she will oversee the day-to-day operations of the more than half-century-old, privately-held company as part of its succession plan.
“My life’s desire is for Sheltair to remain a vibrant and successful family business,” said the elder Holland, who will continue to be actively involved in its management. “I am sure that Lisa will manage and grow the company to retain our industry reputation as the largest privately-held and well-respected FBO and aviation real estate company in the industry.”
Sheltair began in 1963 as a construction company but now has a network of 18 FBOs and properties at 22 airports throughout New York, Florida, Georgia, and Colorado. In addition, it provides property leasing and construction management for aviation-related facilities.