Newly signed contracts with Hill Aircraft and Priester Aviation give Stevens Aerospace entry into Atlanta area.
From AIN: Stevens Aerospace plans to expand its MRO services to Fulton County Executive Airport at Brown Field in Atlanta, following the signing of a strategic alliance agreement with Hill Aircraft and Priester Aviation. The contract calls for Stevens to provide maintenance services for existing Hill clients and new operators in the region.
Under the arrangement, Hill will continue to operate the Atlanta FBO while upgrading and expanding its client offerings with Stevens’s maintenance capabilities. Stevens expects its Fulton County operation to be fully active by this fall. Stevens operates MRO facilities in South Carolina, Tennessee, and Ohio, offering maintenance, avionics, paint, and interior services on business aircraft ranging from King Airs to Gulfstreams for civilian operators and government agencies.
“We are excited to expand our footprint into the Atlanta area with a fixed location,” said Stevens Aerospace president Christian Sasfai. “Our mobile service division has a significant presence in Atlanta but with the addition of this hangar space, we can expand our service offering to the Atlanta market.”