Crowley’s Alaska fuel sales and distribution group has unveiled McGrath Airport’s first aviation fuel card lock system, offering pilots the convenience of 24-hour refueling services at one of the region’s busiest airfields.
The implementation of the new, fully automated system means that aviators can access fuel pumps with the swipe of a credit card or proprietary card the same way that drivers would at a local gas station. The system eliminates extra fees previously associated with after-hours transactions, according to company officials.
McGrath Airport (PMAC) is popular among pilots flying across the state because of its central location. Before Crowley installed the card lock system aviators had to complete their fuel purchase during regular business hours or arrange to have a Crowley employee meet them at the airport.
Crowley’s card lock refueling pumps are located at the McGrath Airport on the tarmac east of Runway 25, directly in front of Crowley’s office. Call 907-524-3019 for more information.
For more information: CrowleyFuels.com