Thu, Aug 18, 2005
Nice Way To Say Welcome Aboard!
Columbia Air Services-Rutland says
it's named Chris Reece, a former detective with the Guildford
County, NC, Sheriff's Department as its new general manager. Reece,
a Jamaica, VT, resident, has been assistant manager at Columbia's
Rutland Airport facility since 2003 and is experienced in line
services and aircraft sales.
Columbia also announced it is hosting the 2005 "Vermontfest"
fly-in on Saturday, October 1st, 0900 to 1600. Aircraft will be on
display and for sale, and a wide range of aviation industry vendors
will be present. Other exhibitors will include area artisans,
members of Vermont's agricultural community, and representatives
from the region's resorts and attractions. Vendors can reserve free
booth space by contacting Columbia Air Services at Rutland Airport.
The rain date will be Sunday, October 2nd.
Columbia's Rutland FBO offers a new 24/7 self-service Jet A and
AvGas 100LL fuel farm, in addition to its mobile fueling during
regular business hours, and is a popular year-round travel
destination. Located in Vermont's scenic Green Mountains, the
facility is close to resorts such as Killington, Pico and Okemo, as
well as numerous golf courses, galleries, outlets and historic
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