Start of hurricane season good time to review emergency plans

Even before the Atlantic hurricane season officially got underway June 1, two named storms were formed, with one — Tropical Storm Beryl — dumping rain over much of the Southeast over Memorial Day weekend and into the last week of May. As a report at NBAA.org details, the storm was a great opportunity for Michael Peery, general manager of Signature Flight Support at Georgia’s Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) to test the latest iteration of his emergency operations plan, which outlines procedures, for before, during and after a major storm or other natural disaster. Find out more here, including a podcast with Peery.

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  1. […] Even before the Atlantic hurricane season officially got underway June 1, two named storms were formed, with one — Tropical Storm Beryl — dumping rain over much of the Southeast over Memorial Day weekend and into the last week of May. As a report at NBAA.org details, the storm was a great opportunity for Michael Peery, general manager of Signature Flight Support at Georgia’s Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) to test the latest iteration of his emergency operations plan, which outlines procedures, for before, during and after a major storm or other natural disaster. Find out more here, including a podcast with Peery. Continue Reading » […]

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