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Touch-free Sheltair rises to the virus challenge
Each Sheltair location is adhering to virus health guidelines from the CDC, WHO and NATA including increased cleaning and sanitation of common areas, touch-free checkpoints and sanitised vehicles.
Sheltair's 18 FBOs are poised for action.

As the American economy begins to come back on line, Sheltair Aviation says it is ready, willing and able to meet the needs of the general aviation community by implementing rigorous and comprehensive COVID-19 protection protocols.

“General aviation has been tested like never before,” says company president Lisa Holland. “But our team has risen to the challenge and is taking every precaution necessary to keep customers, their families and our employees safe. We want our customers to know that through it all, our family-owned business will always be here to attend to their needs. While we know some of our customers are still grounded, we will be ready to welcome them back to their Sheltair home when they take to the skies again. The saying ‘Our Family Serving You Like Family’ is more than a moniker for the Sheltair team; it's the very core basis of what we do.”

The family-owned FBO network takes its responsibilities to serve its customers as an unbreakable promise. While travel procedures have changed for the safety of customers and staff, Sheltair assures its guests that its quality of care and exceptional service remains unchanged amid the pandemic.

Each Sheltair location is steadfast in adhering to the latest health guidelines from the CDC, WHO and NATA including increased cleaning and sanitation of common areas with EPA-approved products; facilitating touch-free transactions with the Avfuel Pro Card; utilising PPE equipment as deemed by local authorities; social distancing with floor guides; preventing employee exposure with isolated shifts; thoroughly sanitising vehicles with a 10 point checklist; training staff on illness prevention and sanitising on an ongoing basis; and making aircraft cleaning and sanitising services available through third-party vendors.

As general aviation ramps back up, Sheltair is celebrating the return of its pilots and passengers with welcome back opportunities, including double AVTRIP Points for transient customers and triple AVTRIP Points for home-based customers during the month of June. Also available are hangar lease specials for new tenants throughout its 24 airport locations.

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