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Mathis’ crew is available at all times to make the pilot’s stay as enjoyable as pos- sible. “We are escorting them through every stage of the process,” says Mathis. “If they have any questions or issues they know they have someone to help them.” Eagles of America also provides a


rental aircraſt and maintains much the area’s air squadron by servicing planes from six different counties in Southwest Georgia. Mathis helps people manage their paperwork, keep track of oil changes and inspections, and log hours in pursuit of licensure, all a part of being better than the average “We work really hard at making ourselves stand out,” says Mathis. And stand out they do. Zane Lambert,


manager of aircraſt operations for Sanderson Farms, says his company has used the airport and Mathis’ FBO exten- sively since Sanderson came to Moultrie. He uses words like “fantastic,” “very friendly,” and “professional” when talk- ing about Eagles of America. “You come to a place like Moultrie,


where you know you are going to be sit- ting there all day, and you wonder what it’s going to be like,” says Lambert, whose aircraſts fly into small airports all around the country. “Tey [Eagles of America] don’t cut corners on their line service and they just treat us like family.” Like any consumer in the service in-


dustry, pilots will go out of their way to shop where they feel welcome. Lambert says the Moultrie FBO is one such stop. “I know for a fact that they have grown that business with people who would have just passed through Moultrie be- fore,” says Lambert. “Now people pass through Moultrie and make it a point to stop because of the friendliness, service and the way they make people feel when they come in there.”


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Top: Dena, Alan and Haden Lee Mathis. Bottom: Haden Lee Mathis


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