News & Updates

03
Oct

THE FLIGHT CAFE NOW OPEN

PITT- GREENVILLE AIRPORT IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THE FLIGHT CAFE!  WE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO WELCOME CHEF RON AND TONYA DIXON TO THE PGV FAMILY.  PLEASE COME OUT AND ENJOY GOOD HOMESTYLE COOKING AND GREAT SERVICE..! CATERING SERVICES AVAILABLE HOURS OF OPERATION Mon thru Fri 4:00a to 2:00p.
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New PGV Logo
24
Sep

Pitt Greenville Airport Receives FAA Grant

The Pitt Greenville Airport Authority is excited to announce the Federal Aviation Apron. This will fund 90% of the $3,784,650 cost of the project with the Pitt Greenville Airport funding the other $378,465. This project is needed to relieve some of the congestion experienced on the General Aviation parking apron, to reconstruct pavement that is...
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09
May

Free To Be Me

May 8, 2019:  Free To Be Me foundation is excited to announce the 7th annual event for chronically and critically ill children!  We have once again partnered with Pitt Greenville Airport to provide a day full of fun and games for the entire family.  We will have airplanes, bounce houses, tractors, excavators, fire trucks, police...
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New PGV Logo
20
Feb

Airport Names New Executive Director

GREENVILLE, N.C. , Feb 19, 2019 – The Pitt Greenville Airport Board of Directors announced that Kim W. (Bill) Hopper, A.A.E., has been named as the new executive director for the airport’s operations, effective March 4, 2019. Mr. Hopper brings over 30 years of airport operations management experience, having previously served as director of aviation...
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Greenville Museum of Art exterior and sign
01
Feb

The Best Things to Do While Visiting Greenville

So, you have found yourself in Greenville, North Carolina. Whether you’re in town visiting family, on a quick work trip or passing through town on your way to the beach, our city has more to offer than what meets the eye. There are several options for you and your family to enjoy at little or...
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Economic Impact Report Pitt Greenville Airport
28
Jan

Pitt-Greenville Airport Brings $280 Million to Local Economy

GREENVILLE, N.C., Jan. 28, 2019 – Staying true to the state motto “First in Flight,” North Carolina airports contribute approximately $52 billion to the state’s economy. A recent report by the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Division of Aviation found that Pitt-Greenville Airport’s (PGV) economic output soars to $280.7 million every year. It also generates...
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New PGV Logo
21
Jan

Pitt-Greenville Airport Reveals Rebrand

GREENVILLE, N.C., Jan. 21, 2018 -Pitt-Greenville Airport Authority (PGV) is pleased to announce the launch of a new logo and website. This is one of the many steps the airport has recently taken to revitalize its brand and continue making efforts to provide the best service and care for customers. “The new, modern look of...
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2 American Airlines aircrafts on runway
08
Jan

Pitt-Greenville Airport Focuses on Future Initiatives, Growth

GREENVILLE, N.C., Jan. 8, 2018 –Pitt-Greenville Airport Authority (PGV) continues concentrating on growth and advancement as they begin recruiting for a new executive director. Current executive director, Betty Stansbury has accepted a position as the Director of the Oregon Department of Aviation and will be returning to her home state effective Jan. 31. Under Stansbury’s...
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clams, pasta, greens
16
Oct

Get a Taste of Greenville

So, you have found your way to Greenville, North Carolina. If you are anything like us, you are probably wondering, “So what’s there to eat around here?” Lucky for you, Greenville has some of the best one-of-a-kind restaurants that use locally grown foods. Whether you are feeling Italian, Asian fusion, American style or a little...
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Mitchell B17 at Pitt Greenville Airport WWII Aircraft
12
Oct

Pitt-Greenville Airport Hosts World War II Aircraft Event

GREENVILLE, N.C. Oct. 12, 2018 – Experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to tour one of World War II’s most vital aircraft during the Join the Flight event, Oct. 26-28, 2018, at the Pitt-Greenville Airport, Greenville, N.C. The B17-G Flying Fortress aircraft named Aluminum Overcast played an essential role in World War II and dates back to...
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