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11:34 am, Jul 22, 2024
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Sky-high Legacy and Service Excellence

Rooted in Tradition, Flying into the Future

Since 1940, we’ve pursued a single passion: aviation. The journey began with our founder, W.M. Boshears, affectionately known as “Buster,” who kickstarted our modest operations under the banner of Augusta School of Aviation. From these humble beginnings, we’ve soared to the position of being the Southeast’s oldest Fixed Base Operator. Retaining our early ambitions and ethos, we’ve broadened our horizons and expanded our offerings.

Today, our expert team at Augusta Aviation is dedicated to providing world-class charters, exhilarating aerial tours, comprehensive aircraft maintenance, and a myriad of line services. Our services are a dynamic blend of legacy, expertise, and versatility.

But that’s not the end of our tale. We’re constantly looking ahead, guided by our robust heritage but never restricted by it. Join us as we continue breaking barriers and reaching new heights in the realm of aviation.

It’s time to experience the very best of aviation, grounded in tradition, and elevated by modern innovation.


On the Wings of History
The Oldest FBO in the Southeast

  • 1940 // Augusta Aviation, Inc. founded by W.M. Boshears a.k.a “Buster.”
  • North Augusta Start // Officially launched with a small grass field named Schultz Hill as Augusta School of Aviation.
  • WWII Era // Trained pilots for the Civil Pilot Training Program.
  • 1947 // The company expands, purchases a bankrupt business at the location of modern-day Daniel Field. Started operating flight schools at three locations.
  • Post 1949 // Despite adverse changes in regulatory policies, Augusta School of Aviation survived as the only Fixed Base Operation (FBO) in the region.
  • 1951 // Despite major organizations moving away from Daniel Field, Mr. Boshears successfully campaigned for its preservation.
  • 1961 // Augusta School of Aviation leads the FBO sector in charter flights. The company changes its name to Augusta Aviation, Inc.
  • Golden Era // Augusta Aviation’s national reputation flourishes, thanks to the traffic surge during Masters Week.
  • July 1, 1981 // Mr. Boshears passes, leaving a legacy of innovation, ambition, and resilience.