Phillips 66 adds FBOs

Aviation International News » January 2010
December 29, 2009, 9:35 AM

Central Flying Service of Little Rock, Ark., has switched to the Phillips 66 fuel brand. The FBO has been in business more than 70 years and covers 77 acres at Adams Field, including 558,000 sq ft of covered space and 21 hangars. The company also offers charter, flight training, heavy maintenance, avionics repair and installation, aircraft sales and an onsite restaurant.
Gulf Aviation at Valley International Airport in Harlingen, Texas, also joined
the Phillips 66 dealer network. In addition to FBO services, Gulf Aviation operates
a maintenance shop and flight school
and manages aircraft. Galaxy Aviation’s Steamboat Springs-Hayden, Colo., facility extended its contract with Phillips 66 Aviation for another five years. All three FBOs are offering customers Phillips 66 WingPoints as well as Partners-Into-Plane contract fuel. o�

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