United States Aviation at Oklahoma’s Tulsa International Airport has joined the Avfuel network of FBOs.
The FBO prides itself on its quick turns, according to company officials. “The goal of our FBO is to quick turn your aircraft in eight to 12 minutes,” said Michael Curtis, FBO manager.
The FBO also offers pilots and passengers a number of services and amenities, including Avfuel Contract Fuel, AVTRIP rewards and more.
United States Aviation’s ramp can accommodate a variety of aircraft, from a turbo prop up to a B757. The heated hangar is capable of accommodating aircraft up to the size of a BBJ, company officials said. Deicing services are available. Inside the FBO, pilots and passengers will find the availability of US Customs, an executive conference room, business center, wireless internet, crew vehicles and car rentals.
Avfuel provides fuel and services to the global aviation industry and is the leading independent supplier in the United States with a fueling network of more than 2,000 locations worldwide.