South Dakota FBO Gets New Owner, New Name

 - December 5, 2018, 11:32 AM
Skyways, the lone FBO at South Dakota’s Huron Regional Airport, has been sold and renamed Fly Jet Center. Through the end of the year, Avtrip members using the Avfuel-branded facility will receive triple points per gallon of fuel purchased.

Skyways, the lone FBO at South Dakota’s Huron Regional Airport (KHON), has been sold and renamed Fly Jet Center. In addition to the new name, the Avfuel-branded FBO has completed a renovation of its facility, which features a pilots' lounge, conference room, flight-planning room, and passenger lobby.

The facility has heated hangar space and can accommodate aircraft up to an Embraer Legacy 650. Located in the eastern part of the state, the full-service FBO offers aircraft maintenance and sales, as well as aircraft charter through its sister company Jet 60.

“The new name is representative of the developments we’re making at KHON,” said company president and COO Tanyika Sims. “We’re thrilled to be able to serve South Dakota’s aviation market, as well as those visiting for a quick tech stop, with the quality services they deserve in a facility of which the Huron community can be proud.”