Truly a full-service FBO, Hill Aircraft at KFTY in Atlanta has been named the No. 1 FBO in Georgia for four of the past six years.
Founded as an aircraft sales and maintenance facility in 1955 by Navy aviator Guy Hill Sr., Hill Aircraft has grown to provide FBO and fuel services and aircraft parts.
FBOs, submit your fuel prices in one place, and broadcast them to dozens of fuel programs and websites with acufuel.com.
As the designated Cessna representatives for North Dakota, Exclusive Aviation (Fargo Jet Center’s aircraft sales division) will be staging a three-stop tour of Western North Dakota beginning on August 17, 2011.
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) announced that the legendary pilot and entrepreneur Clay Lacy will receive the 2011 NBAA Meritorious Service to Aviation Award, and international business aviation pioneer Don Spruston will receive the 2011 NBAA John P. “Jack” Doswell Award.
Brian Wilson recently spoke about High Speed Data and Wi-Fi at the Inmarsat Aeronautical Conference in Munich, Germany.
Cutter Flight Management announced the addition of a Bombardier Challenger 604 to its growing air charter fleet in response to client demand for large, long-range aircraft to support air charter flights for non-stop coast-to-coast, transoceanic and International operations.
With a background in the creative arts, project management and entrepreneurship, Eric Wing has stepped into the marketing manager role for the Penton Media business aviation group, which includes AC-U-KWIK, Air Charter Guide and Aircraft Bluebook–Price Digest.
Wing is active in the American Marketing Association. He grew up in Southern Maine and has lived in Massachusetts for the past 10 years. Wing has two children, ages 10 and 6. He loves to mountain hike, run and travel. Wing considers himself to be a lifelong learner. He will obtain a master's degree in art administration from Drexel University in 2012.
Your fuel supply agreement is one of the most important contracts in operating a successful FBO. Your lease with the airport authority is what puts you in business, but your fuel supply agreement is what keeps you in business.
National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) President and CEO Ed Bolen issued the following statement regarding action by Congress and the Obama administration to approve an extension of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) funding, while Congress considers multi-year reauthorization legislation: