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Monday, October 7, 2013
The finished airport product will be called Silver Comet Field. In fact, the airport has already been renamed Silver Comet Field.
Brett Smith, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of Propeller Investments, the company developing Silver Comet Field, said "With pro-business county leaders committed to economic development and growth, a new terminal that will be ready for commercial service this year, and 60 acres of adjacent land that can be developed to create jobs for the area, this a great opportunity for Propeller and Paulding County. Furthermore, this partnership brings choice and convenience for metro Atlanta travelers."
Silver Comet Field To Offer Alternative To Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta
Silver Comet Field is a much-needed second commercial airport for the Atlanta Metro area. Hartsfield-Jackson is already plagued by frequent delays due to overcrowding and weather.
The distance between the two airports, about a two-hour-drive, is such that Silver Comet Field could provide a great option for aircraft to land, if rerouting due to weather conditions is necessary.
The Silver Comet Field website says:
Silver Comet Field brings a new era of travel for Metro Atlanta residents.
Located in Paulding County, Silver Comet is the first airport to open in the region since the 1970’s.
When completed, Silver Comet Field will offer a range of flight destinations.
Silver Comet will offer a fun, friendly, hassle-free experience, custom tailored for the local Metro Atlanta traveler. Offering a state-of-the-art passenger terminal that is convenient and easy to navigate, simply it will change the way you think about air travel.
A great customer experience is our goal.
Silver Comet is all about enhancing the quality of life for the local community, providing, jobs, economic growth and affordable access to popular destinations.
Check-in begins shortly. Watch this site for more information as new details are announced.Silver Comet Field's a great idea, but it would go a long way in Atlanta, politically, if it were named after, say, Jimmy Carter.
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