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Atlanta gets ready for Super Bowl traffic
February may seem a long way off, but Hawthorne Global at Atlanta Cobb County is advising customers planning to fly in for the Super Bowl to book aircraft parking soon.
Hawthorne Global Aviation’s FBO at Atlanta's Cobb County International airport is getting ready to handle a rush of Super Bowl LIII visitors.

Hawthorne Global Aviation Services has started taking priority parking reservations for Super Bowl LIII at its Atlanta Cobb County International Airport (KRYY) location.

“Super Bowl week will draw a large number of business and private aircraft to Atlanta Cobb County International Airport,” says Hawthorne Global Aviation Services president and CEO Bryon Burbage. “This will give us the opportunity to do what we do best; provide outstanding service. Hawthorne has been planning for a year for the big event to ensure a truly memorable experience for the thousands of VIP passengers and crew members who will pass through our facility.”

“Because it is such a huge event for our customers and our staff, we have started taking reservations for parking and transportation services,” adds David Kucko, general manager. “One of the biggest benefits of making your reservations early, especially if you are operating a larger aircraft, will be allocating parking locations based on when the reservation was made. Therefore, the sooner you reserve your space, the more accessible your aircraft will be.

“Being located just 25 miles from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium and with the longest dedicated general aviation runway in the metro-Atlanta area, Cobb County International Airport is the ideal destination for crews operating super-midsize and larger corporate and VIP aircraft,” he says. “No matter which team they are supporting, our goal is to make everyone who passes through our facility during game week feel like the game's MVP – most valuable passenger.”

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