JetCenters of Colorado’s FBO in Fort Collins/Loveland is the latest to join the Avfuel branded dealer network. The facility at Northern Colorado Regional Airport (KFNL) is the last of JetCenters’ trio of facilities to move under the Avfuel umbrella, joining its sisters at Denver Centennial and the city of Colorado Springs Municipal Airport.

Combined, the company operates more than 270 acres of real estate and 700,000 sq ft of heated hangar space that is home to more than 200 based busines jets. All three locations will offer Avfuel contract fuel and participate in the fuel provider’s Avtrip customer loyalty program.

While JetCenters began operations in 1979, KNFL is its most recent location, opening in 1994. The location is a gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park and is open 24/7. It offers a recently upgraded facility, 25,000 sq ft of heated hangar space which can accommodate aircraft up to a Bombardier Challenger 350, a pilot lounge with shower facilities, a 10-seat conference room, and crew cars.

“Having Avfuel providing fuel for all three FBOs was the right move for us, said JetCenters president and CEO. “It will help streamline our business, and elevate our customers’ experience.” The company will be exhibiting all three of its FBOs this week as part of the Avfuel contingent at NBAA’s Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.


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