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Entries in KFTY (5)

Monday
Jan282019

Hill Aircraft Ramps Up for Super Bowl

In preparation for the Super Bowl in Atlanta on February 3, 2019, Hill Aircraft has increased staffing and enhanced services to respond to the large demand.

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Friday
Oct232015

Hill Aircraft Celebrates 60 Years of Service

Hill Aircraft, celebrated their 60th anniversary with a block party blowout on Thursday, October 15. Serving Fulton County Airport (KFTY), the FBO was originally founded in 1955 by Guy Hill, Sr., a decorated Navy pilot, aircraft mechanic and politician.

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Thursday
Jun252015

Hill Aircraft Celebrates 60th Anniversary in Aviation

Throughout the summer months, Hill Aircraft, a Fixed Base Operator (FBO) located at Fulton County-Brown Field in Atlanta, Georgia (KFTY), is celebrating their 60th anniversary of providing sensational southern service to members of the business & general aviation community. The FBO began operations on October 15, 1955. The summer’s festivities will culminate with a grand 60th anniversary event scheduled for October 15, 2015.

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Friday
Oct252013

Hill Aircraft Signs Long-Term Agreement with Air Elite

With the backdrop of the NBAA 2013 convention, World Fuel Services announced today that Hill Aircraft, located at the Fulton County Airport (KFTY) in Atlanta, GA, has committed to a five-year membership with the Air Elite Network.

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Wednesday
Aug172011

Hill Aircraft (KFTY) Fits Full-Service Bill

Hill Aircraft at KFTY in Atlanta has received the top rating among Georgia FBOs for four of the past six years.

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.

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