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Elliott Atlanta granted authorised Garmin dealer status
As an authorised Garmin dealer location, Elliott Aviation of Atlanta will now be able to offer Garmin's full business aviation lineup, giving customers in the southeast a closer option to get their avionics upgraded.

A fourth MRO facility belonging to Elliott Aviation at Dekalb-Peachtree airport in Atlanta, Georgia is now an authorised Garmin dealer location.

President and CEO Greg Sahr says: “We are thrilled that our PDK location is now part of the Garmin dealer network, and we look forward to meeting more operators' needs by offering an additional location for installations and upgrades.”

As an authorised Garmin dealer location, Elliott Aviation of Atlanta will now be able to offer Garmin's full business aviation lineup. This includes integrated flight displays and flight decks, such as the G1000 NXi and G600 TXi retrofits, as well as cost-effective GPS/WAAS, traffic and weather solutions.

“This additional dealer location will give customers in the southeast a closer option to get their avionics upgraded with Elliott,” says director of avionics sales Bill Forbes.

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