Greenville Museum of Art exterior and sign
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
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
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
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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Plane at terminal refueling with shell fuel truck
The Pitt-Greenville Airport Authority is continuing to make momentous improvements to its facility and services, resulting in easier, more convenient, and significantly more reliable travel for customers. Fliers can now enjoy and benefit from all-jet service, an additional daily flight and runway enhancements. For years, American Airlines flew Dash 8 twin-prop planes in and out...
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Pitt Greenville Airport runway daytime
The Pitt Greenville Airport reopened its primary and secondary runways this morning at 9:10am, a full four days ahead of schedule. This marks the end of weight-restricted travel and full regular airline service can begin immediately. Typically, regional airport runways have a lifespan of 20 years. Through continued stewardship from maintenance staff, the Pitt Greenville...
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