Sheltair has broken ground on its new 100,000 square foot hangar and office expansion at the Tampa International Airport (TPA), a $26 million project that will serve aircraft operators in the Tampa Bay area.The facility will feature four hangars ranging from 14,562 to 33,269 square feet, each with build-to-suit office spaces. A 28.6-foot door will be added to allow the facility to accommodate large-cabin aircraft like the Gulfstream G650 or Bombardier Global 7500."As a third-generation family business committed to investing in our communities while focusing on meeting and exceeding the needs of the general aviation industry," stated Sheltair president Lisa Holland. She went on to mention that 150 temporary full-time jobs will be added during hangar development.According to Joe Lopano, CEO of the Tampa International Airport, the facilities are expected to open in 2022. "The growth of general aviation and private aircraft operations has been one of the success stories of the past few years, even throughout the pandemic," he said.Sheltair is now pre-leasing space for the Tampa hangar and office complex.