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Hill FBO takes lead in Georgia on SAF provision
Hill Aircraft will have 3,700 gallons of World Fuel SAF available to refuel customers flying in to Atlanta for the Peach Bowl college football game.
The Hill team will be fuelling sustainably for Georgia's postseason Peach Bowl.
Read this story in our January 2023 printed issue.

In preparation for the upcoming Peach Bowl annual college football game, Fulton County Executive airport-based FBO Hill Aircraft has made 3,700 gallons of SAF available for customers flying in for the event in Atlanta, Georgia. World Fuel Services delivered the SAF to the facility, the first time SAF is available to customers in Georgia.

“We're committed to making every Hill experience exceptional, and providing SAF to customers is a part of that for this event,” says FBO vice president and general manager Andrew Ash. “As a leading independent FBO with a rich history in Georgia, we are always future focused on what and how we deliver our services. Hill Aircraft wants to set an example in the industry by making SAF an option for the first time to our customers.”

Hill Aircraft is just a 20 minute drive from the Mercedes Benz Stadium where the Peach Bowl is taking place. As the closest FBO to the event, Hill Aircraft will provide catering and a watch area for pilots and crew members to view the game. Due to limited availability, Hill Aircraft recommends calling ahead to reserve SAF.

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