ST. PAUL, Minn. — South St. Paul Municipal Airport-Richard E. Fleming Field (KSGS) is now selling Swift Fuels unleaded UL94 aviation gasoline for its piston aircraft customers. [Read more…]
“GlobalAir.com works closely with FBOs across the country each year to provide aviators with this simple, yet powerful, resource,” company officials said.
Specials include large fuel discounts on 100LL and JetA, free overnight parking, and even FBOs with complimentary lunch and free cookies. [Read more…]
The FAA issued an update June 4, 2018, on its evaluation of unleaded fuels for general aviation, noting the completion of the testing is now expected in late 2019.
According to agency officials, Phase Two of the testing continues, reaching the two-and-a-half year mark since the two finalists in the Piston Aviation Fuels Initiative (PAFI) replacement unleaded fuels program were chosen.
The flight test program of the fuels from Shell and Swift Fuels is about one-third complete, while the engine test program is about halfway complete, FAA officials report. [Read more…]
Using a specialized fuel dispensing unit, Swift Fuels will be the only on-site fuel distributed at Dublin Airport, which is located approximately 100 miles southwest of Dallas/Fort Worth. [Read more…]
EPIC Fuels and Signature Flight Support have launched the new Signature Flight Support Multi Service Aviation cards, which are accepted at more than 8,000 locations worldwide, including all Signature facilities in the U.S. and Canada, all EPIC and UVair FBO Network branded locations, and anywhere the U.S. Bank Multi Service Aviation Card is accepted. [Read more…]
At this year’s SUN ‘n FUN, visitors saw a fuel truck with Swift Fuels emblazoned on its side.
It was there to promote the company’s unleaded UL94 avgas, the first of the company’s products to make it to market.
“We introduced the 94 fuel two and a half years ago to make it clear that this stuff is doable,” said CEO Chris D’Acosta. “People shouldn’t think, ‘Oh my God, is it going to be some weird thing?’ It’s not. It’s just unleaded fuel, that’s all. Airplanes still perform like airplanes.” [Read more…]