Hill Aircraft celebrates 65th anniversary


Hill Aircraft, one of North America’s longest running family-owned FBO’s, has celebrated its 65th year in operation.

Hill Aircraft was founded in 1955 by Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame legend Guy Hill, Sr. Today under the direction of his son, president and CEO Guy Hill, Jr, family values remain a central part of Hill Aircraft’s leadership philosophy and team culture. While the business has grown significantly over the years as the industry has evolved, Hill Aircraft credits the success of the company to the dedication of its experienced employees who are vital in delivering the best customer service possible.

“As Hill Aircraft honors our achievements, we also look to a future that embraces these same values and principles while evolving the levels of services to meet the demands of our customers,” said Guy Hill, Jr. “Currently on the horizon for us are sustainable fuel availability, expansion of facilities to accommodate growth, and additional capabilities offered under the aircraft management and maintenance programs. Hill Aircraft celebrates this milestone with utmost gratitude to the aviation community and our loyal customers who have helped make us what we are today.”

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