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Andrews-Murphy Air Service

at Western Carolina Regional Airport

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From Larry Johnson on 31-Jan-2016

 
  I flew in with a friend to have lunch at the Burger Basket (if you haven't been there, it needs to be on your bucket list!) and found out they don't have a crew car anymore. No problem, when Mike (I think I remembered his name correctly) found out we flew in just for lunch, he tossed me his keys and let us take his car instead. Not only is the flight into and out of the airport beautiful with all the mountain surrounding the airport, the staff's friendliness and eager to please attitude is great! When youíre in the SE, you need to stop here and try the Burger Basket and enjoy this FBO, Itís worth every dollar to come here for that $100 hamburger. (I came here in a twin engine, its still worth it as a $300 hamburger though!)
 
From Jack Showers on 12-Oct-2014

 
  I was one of several pilots who stopped here a few days ago trying to get across the ridge to Sevierville and points west during weather we elected not to fly. The airport manager insisted on doing the pumping, helped to push an airplane out of the way, and generally kept the wheels greased. Nice little airport. Bob is a handsome cat, too. By the way, the runway has stuff (hills, mountains, etc.) all around it.
 
 
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