When Gov. Brian Kemp announced Sunday that 34 Georgians and other neighboring passengers stranded on a ship off the coast of California over the coronavirus would be “securely transferred” under continuing quarantine to Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, he didn’t say how.

The answer to that is 25 miles north of Marietta in Cartersville at the headquarters of the specialty charter flight company Phoenix Air Group. On Monday evening, general counsel and pilot Randall H. “Randy” Davis stepped off a plane at the airfield the company manages, walked across Highway 61 to the corporate office and made a “layover” at his desk to put the finishing touches on subcontracts he’s been negotiating for Boeing 747s to fly the Grand Princess cruise ship passengers back to Georgia.

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