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Elliott's fourth facility on receiving end of a facelift
On 9 December, Elliott hosted a ‘Meet the Team’ event to introduce the re-branded facility and employees to area customers. The location, formerly known as The Maintenance Group, is an FAA certified Part 145 station.
Building relationships with local customers could prove pivotal.

Elliott Aviation has completed the integration and full rebrand of its fourth facility in the US, Elliott Aviation of Atlanta.

Elliott Aviation of Atlanta, located at the DeKalb-Peachtree airport in Georgia, offers maintenance and avionics work on Gulfstream, Challenger, Learjet, Falcon, Citation and Hawker Beechcraft airframes. The location, formerly known as The Maintenance Group, is an FAA certified Part 145 repair station employing an exceptional staff of technicians, each with an average of more than 25 years of maintenance expertise.

“Our integration is complete, and we've built a very strong team at our PDK facility, positioned for continued growth and ready to support the needs of our customers at PDK and in the southeast region,” says Greg Sahr, president and CEO.

Adding a location to the southeast provides Elliott Aviation's customers an additional option when considering where to have maintenance events and avionics upgrades completed. Casey Ritz, the regional sales manager covering the Atlanta area, is enthusiastic about the opportunities this facility brings to customers: “They now have the option to stay in the southeast for their maintenance and avionics work, closer to their homes and closer to their base hangar.”

On 9 December, Elliott hosted a ‘Meet the Team’ event to introduce the re-branded facility and employees to area customers. Atlanta site manager Craig Oehring has a positive outlook on the facility's capabilities, “The staff here at PDK have strong experience, and we look forward to continuing to build our relationships with local customers as well as establishing new ones.”

Members of Elliott Aviation's senior leadership team also attended the event. Sahr reflected on the event, noting: “It was a great chance to introduce our key team members and spend time expanding our partnerships with our customers and vendors, clarifying our vision and the level of service that they can expect from our team.”

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