The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) board of directors selected Sheltair Aviation COO Todd Anderson to serve as vice chair. Elected during the association’s fall board of directors meeting held in tandem with its Aviation Business Conference last week in Miami, Anderson brings four decades of aviation industry experience to his new leadership role with the association.

He joined Sheltair’s Orlando location in 2000 as senior v-p of aviation development, responsible for coordinating aviation real estate development, properties and leasing, government relations, and business development. As COO, Anderson has oversight for the FBO, real estate, development and construction, marketing, and information technology departments.

Anderson also spent more than 10 years in airport operations, leasing, and properties for the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. Earlier in his career, he worked for the Sarasota-Manatee Airport Authority and for an FBO at Stewart Airport in Newburgh, New York. 

“Todd Anderson’s 40 years of aviation experience combined with his innate ability to foster long-term business relationships with airports, private aviation operators, aerospace firms, and other related organizations across the nation will be invaluable to NATA’s leadership and strategic direction in the coming year,” said NATA president and CEO Curt Castagna. “Partnership and collaboration will be key catalysts for industry advancement as we focus on safety, innovation, sustainability, and aviation business success.”


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