The Paulding Jet Center

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Located at the Paulding Northwest Atlanta airport (KPUJ)
Starting February 23rd 2013 the Paulding Jet Center will be hosting monthly cookouts which will also include an aviation seminar and/or aviation related product presentation. At the first meet up in February, Private pilot Michael Mendenhall of Dallas, GA will be demonstrating the New IFLY 720 GPS by Adventure Pilot.

The Paulding Jet Center, a full-service Fixed Base Operator, is owned by Ed maxwell and operated by Joe Sarber. It is located within the Paulding Northwest Atlanta airport in Dallas, GA, a jet capable airport. The centerpiece of the Paulding Northwest Atlanta Airport is its 23,000 square-foot, state of the art terminal building. The interior of the new terminal building is extremely unique for a building of its type, with natural stone and wood accents that truly enhance the facility’s modern appearance. Paulding Jet Center’s fueling facilities are capable of servicing several business jets simultaneously, and all of the amenities that pilots and passengers have come to expect, including Wi-Fi, electronic weather access, meeting areas and pilot rest areas are available throughout the spacious terminal building of the FBO.

Now back to the pilot events: as I mentioned, The Paulding Jet Center, beginning February 23, 2013 will be hosting a fly-in / drive-in pilot cookout. If your anything like me then you just can’t wait on spring or more less summer to get here to enjoy the company of fellow pilots so plan now to attend. In some of the future events you will enjoy safety meetings by AOPA, training by certified flight instructors, product presentations and demonstrations by local authorized repair stations and that’s just the beginning. We are always open to new topic ideas so if you have one please share.

See you Saturday 23, 2013 at the Paulding Jet Center.

For more information contact Tommy Eldridge / Private Pilot Insider @ 404-642-5306 or Joe Sarber / The Paulding Jet Center 678-384-8510.

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