Sheltair simultaneously christened its second large-cabin-jet hangar and broke ground on three more aircraft shelters at its Denver Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (KBJC) FBO, the aircraft services chain announced today.
The company's just-completed $12 million Hangar B has 30,240 sq ft of space and a 28-foot-high door opening, making it suitable to house ultra-long-range jets such as the Gulfstream G650 and Bombardier Global Express. Sheltair also added overhead radiant heaters, high-volume fans, and four utility stations with power, water, and compressed air hookups for comfort and convenience.
The Hangar B complex also has 6,324 sq ft of office and support space, designed as six leasable areas served by common space with a lobby, kitchen, and restrooms. Outside, it added 48,000 sq ft of ramp space and 94 vehicle parking spaces, 16 of which are covered. Electric vehicle charging stations are also available for Sheltair customers.
Meanwhile, Sheltair’s next development project at KBJC will add three hangars totaling 52,000 sq ft for aircraft storage and 3,700 sq ft of office space. Parking for 56 vehicles and 67,856 sq ft of new ramp space will also be constructed. The company expects this project to be finished in first-quarter 2024.