Hill Aircraft boosted Atlanta operations to cater for Super Bowl


Hill Aircraft has increased staffing and enhanced services to respond to the large demand in aircraft charter for this year’s Super Bowl.

From January 30 to February 5, Hill Aircraft (FTY) is requiring all arriving and departing aircraft operations to have a reservation slot time with Hill Aircraft through the Prior Permission Required (PPR) system.

Due to increased demand, the company recommended transportation reservations be made in advance if booking through Hill Aircraft.

Hill Aircraft and Fulton County Airport is the closest FBO to Mercedes-Benz Stadium, located only 15 minutes away, where the Super Bowl was held on February 3.

The Air Elite network also supported Hill Aircraft with more access to qualified line and customer service teams during that period.

Andrew Ash, general manager at Hill Aircraft, said, “When you touch down at FTY, crew and passengers are treated to ‘Sensational Southern Service.’ Hill Aircraft is Atlanta’s longest-running FBO, so we can confidently handle your aircraft with the experience of our well-trained, seasoned team, both on the ramp and within the FBO.”


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