Hill Aircraft Becomes First FBO in Georgia to Offer SAF

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Hill Aircraft’s FBO at Fulton County Executive Airport/Charlie Brown Field in Georgia, USA, supplied sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to customers ahead of the Peach Bowl college football in Atlanta last month.

Hill made 3,700 gallons of SAF available for customers flying to the event. The SAF was supplied by World Fuel Services to the facility. According to the company, it will be the first time SAF is available to customers in Georgia.

Andrew Ash, FBO vice president and general manager at Hill Aircraft, said, “We are committed to making every Hill experience exceptional, and providing SAF to customers is a part of that for this event.

“As a leading independent FBO with a rich history in Georgia, we are always future focused on what and how we deliver our services. Hill Aircraft wants to set an example in the industry by making SAF an option for the first time for our customers.”

Located at Fulton County Executive Airport, Hill Aircraft is a 20-minute drive to the Mercedes Benz Stadium, where the Peach Bowl took place.

Hill Aircraft is a leading independent aviation services provider offering more than 65 years of experience in FBO Line and Customer Service support, hangar and office real estate leasing, aircraft sales and acquisitions, aircraft management, executive charter under our Part 135 air carrier certificate, maintenance repair station specializing in Textron piston and turbine airframes, and aircraft parts sales.

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