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Flight School Sold to New Owners

Joe and Linda Roberts recently sold over Shelbyville Flight Academy, with mixed emotions to Allen Howell and David Augustin of Azure Flight Support. The flight school partners said they’ve been in aviation business together for 37 years. “We are proud to announce that Azure Flight Support has acquired Shelbyville Flight Academy, LLC based at the… Read More »

Crossville Chronicle Article: Airport adds $6M in economic impact

Great article about the economic impact of the Crossville Airport. Many thanks to Heather Mullinix for writing this story and highlighting Azure Flight Support. Click the link below to reach the entire article: Crossville Chronicle Article on the Crossville Airport Economic Impact Study Crossville Memorial Airport welcomes hundreds of visitors each month. This B-17 landed… Read More »

General Aviation Is Alive And Well!

In the middle of March we went from spring-time busy to zero in a matter of days. The month of April was the slowest month for aviation I have seen in my career spanning four decades. We and most everyone else in the FBO business saw a 70-80% downturn in flight activity and fuel sales…. Read More »

Crossville’s Col. Ben J Welch Receives Proclamation from TN Speaker of the House Cameron Sexton

Tennessee Speaker of the House Cameron Sexton presented Col. Ben Welch a proclamation from the Tennessee House of Representatives honoring him for his induction into the Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame. The presentation took place at the Crossville Airport on December 2ndwith Crossville’s Mayor James Mayberry delivering opening remarks. Col. Welch had many friends and… Read More »

2019 Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame Gala and Induction Ceremony

The Tennessee Aviation Hall of Fame’s (TAHF) 18th Annual Gala and Induction Ceremony was a big success. We had over 440 in attendance to celebrate the induction of four very special individuals who have made a lasting contribution to aviation in the state of Tennessee and across the nation. In addition to enshrining the inductees… Read More »

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