Map of airports with autogas now online

Thanks to GAfuels blogger Dean Billing, a map of all the airports that offer lead-free, ethanol-free autogas is now available at this link.

Hovering over a marker will show you the airport’s identifier. Selecting a marker will open the relevant page of airport information.

This map uses data found in a comprehensive list of these airports that Dean maintains that is found at this link. Note that this information is only as accurate as those who use it — use this form to update this information.

Dean’s list is the only one of its kind that includes the AKI octane rating for autogas.  Thanks, Dean!

The GAfuels Blog is written by two private pilots concerned about the future availability of fuels for piston-engine aircraft: Dean Billing, Sisters, Ore., a pilot, homebuilder and expert on autogas and ethanol, and Kent Misegades, Cary, N.C., an aerospace engineer, aviation sales rep for U-Fuel, and president of EAA1114.

 

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Comments

  1. Rod Beck says

    Who needs the “FBO” which is near bankrup? I heard rumors that several major oil companies were going to build airstrips for “Ultralight “owners right next to the auto fuel pumps. Lets see now, if I fly my Ultralight Super Economy 2012, (I traded in my hang-glider) 40 hours a year, and the fuel burn is 2 gph, I’ll save about $160 a year – Wow, that means I can take the wife and grand kids to MacDonald’s about 15 times - thats if of course, the Chicken McNuggets are on sale! 

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