Kinston Jet Center takes over FBO at ISO

KINSTON, N.C. — Following the departure of Delta Private Jets, Kinston Jet Center has assumed FBO operations at the Kinston Regional Jetport (ISO).

Managed by ABS Aviation, Kinston Jet Center is committed to a providing a customer care-focused operation, says Michael A. Hodges, president and CEO of ABS Aviation. “We go above and beyond simply offering fair pricing and a safe, secure operation,” Hodges said. “We really pay attention to the needs of each customer.”

Choosing to partner with Avfuel network was an extension of that commitment: “Avfuel supports its branded network of FBOs with solutions and systems that streamline our operations and allow us to be more customer-focused,” said Hodges. “Also, as an Avfuel FBO, Kinston Jet Center is able to participate in the Avfuel Contract Fuel and AVTRIP programs, which are extremely attractive to flight departments and pilots and allow us to not only meet the fuel needs of our customers, but to reward them for their purchases.”

Kinston Jet Center features amenities including extensive hangar space, pilot’s lounge, wireless internet, and a crew car. FBO hours of operation are 7 a.m.-7 p.m. EDT daily. After-hours access is available via call-out. For more information, call 252-208-7715.

Kinston Regional Jetport is a towered facility offering an 11,500 foot asphalt runway with ILS. The airport is part of the North Carolina Global Transpark, which is a 2,500 acre, industrial park.

 

Comments

  1. drew says

    would hope that they would reduce 100ll price from deltas ridiculous 650 to the areas 5.35

    “simply offering fair pricing” how about you compete and bring it in below the area.

    also they need to put in an airnav listing and update their 100ll.com listing to reflect the changes.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *