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Oconee County Regional Airport

at Oconee County Regional Airport

  • Airport management
  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft ground handling
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangar leasing / sales
  • GPU / Power cart
  • Passenger terminal and lounge
  • Flight training
  • Aircraft rental
  • Aerial tours / aerial sightseeing
  • ...
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Shell
Fueling hours: during regular FBO business hours, plus after hours call-out service (with prior arrangement and/or a callout fee); call FBO for details
Fuel prices as last reported on 05-Dec-2017
100LL Avgas Full service    $4.76
100LL Avgas Self service    $4.46
Jet A Full service    $4.74
Discounts: Temporary Tower for Clemson Home Games. Check NOTAMS or contact FBO for details also
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
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Contact information
Address:365 Airport Rd
Seneca, SC 29678
United States of America
Telephone: 864-882-2959
Comments from AirNav users
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From Alan Cummings on 02-Sep-2017

  Fantastic staff helped so much with a bad rental car situation. Very quick service and super attentive to passengers and crew. Thanks again!!
From Mark Golden on 22-Sep-2016

  Being from Greenville, I visit and fly with buddies out of Clemson on a regular basis. This is a great airport! Good fuel prices, clean facilities, and fantastic people!
From Ronald Parker on 18-Sep-2016

  The new president of SC State University, James Clark led our flight of 8 aircraft for the Clemson-SC State football game Jeff, Jules, Jim, and Ben went beyond the call of duty to accommodate our flight. We had our own parking area, a great conference room, and the best facilities around. The staff even monitored airspace for us in case of an airspace violation Thanks to the staff of CEU!
From Jerry Morris on 17-Sep-2016

  Was in and out of Clemson several times yesterday and today and received excellent service from the folks there and the facilities are top notch. We were welcomed on the radio as soon as we cleared the active and met by a golf cart to see if we needed anything else. Used the conveniently located self-serve fuel and had a great overall experience.
From Kelly Hudson on 17-Sep-2016

  Flew into Clemson for lunch with a friend at the Pot Belly deli. It was a short flight so I didn't need fuel but was graciously allowed to take the crew car into town for a long lunch. Everyone was very friendly and the facility was great, highly recommend the Pot Belly for a great lunch.
From John Aldous on 11-Sep-2016

  Flew into CEU to perform a flyover for the Clemson/Troy foot ball game. Upon arrival I requested FS top-off. When I got my bill I noticed that there was an additional "Event Fee" added of $25. I asked and was told I would have to speak with the manager, which we did and was told it was a city fee. Now, I was there with five other aircraft. I immediately told them of the "Event Fee" and they all decided t5o fly to Anderson, some 12 miles away and purchase their fuel. No one came to them to collect the "Event Fee." So, I was the only one out of six aircraft that was required to use it and I used full serve to purchase my fuel. Found out later that if I had used self-serve, I would not have had to pay the event fee either. Only if you paid the higher price for fuel, did you have to pay. Next year, if invited back for the flyovers at Clemson, we have all agreed to stage out of Anderson.
From Wes Turton on 22-Dec-2015

  I fly into CEU very often. The crew is great. Fuel reasonable. 24/7 access to bathroom. And Clemson University is only a mile or two away. Great places to eat and nice university downtown. Hotels available if needed. Great place to break up a long flight by spending an hour or two. Runway recently extended.
From Eric Perdew on 01-Oct-2015

  I had the misfortune of learning the lesson of carb icing on 9/25/15 on our way to Disney World, and I had to shoot a 900-foot ceiling approach when the engine started coughing at 10, 000 feet. (Carb icing was the culprit, and I could write a volume about that.) I declared an emergency, and KCEU was the closest field. They were great. They had their mechanic meet me at the plane to go over the issue to give me his thoughts. They let us borrow a crew car. They were so understanding of our ordeal. I love this FBO. Please, put them on your "must visit" list....
From Trace Lewis on 10-Jul-2015

  Great little airport. Was recently in for an overnight with a Citation and got great help with rental car set up and had some good conversation watching the traffic from the rocking chairs on the porch. The next morning we had a pop-up trip and had help called out to meet as at the airport for fuel at 5AM. Made the surprise early morning show go nice and smoothly for us. Much appreciated!
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