Harnett Regional Jetport is under new leadership following the announcement that Natalie Pusser has been named the new Harnett Regional Jetport Director.
Pusser has nearly a decade of aviation management experience under her belt and has held a number of positions at the Jetport since 2003. Included on her resume are Office Manager, FBO Manager, and most recently, the Operations Manager, with responsibilities including coordination of airport projects and airfield use for military training, monitoring and reporting security regulations, and overseeing compliance with local, state, and federal airport rules and regulations.
Pusser said she is looking forward to her new role with the County in a press release.
“Having a great team of employees and a loving aviation community makes coming to work a joy,” stated Pusser. “It is an honor to serve the airport in this role and exciting to see how the County plans to grow the airport over the next five to 10 years.”
Her new job duties include being responsible for directing the County’s airport operations, monitoring, and implementing safety procedures, serving as the liaison for airport projects and grant funding opportunities, promoting economic development and business expansion at the airport, and ensuring Harnett Regional Jetport adheres to county, state, and federal guidelines.
“Harnett Regional Jetport is an important piece of our county’s viability in economic development, and we are fortunate to have this hidden jewel in our community,” said Pusser in a press release.
Pusser graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management.
“I am excited to have Natalie Pusser join our team as Jetport Director,” stated County Manager Brent Trout in a press release. “She works hard at providing great customer service to our pilots and visitors at our Jetport and has performed well as the Manager of Operations during the interim period since the County took over airport operations. Natalie has the passion to take the necessary steps to see this airport continue to improve and grow in the future for Harnett County.”
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