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Fort Wayne Aero Center

at Fort Wayne International Airport

Services
  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft ground handling
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangars
  • Hangar leasing / sales
  • GPU / Power cart
  • Passenger terminal and lounge
  • Aircraft maintenance
  • Avionics sales and service
  • Catering
  • ...
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Avfuel
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 15-Nov-2017
100LL Avgas Full service    $5.00 Reported 08-Nov-2017
Jet A Full service    $4.75 Reported by the FBO
 
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
 
 
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Contact information
Address:4401 Altitude Dr
Fort Wayne, IN 46809
United States of America
Telephone: 260-446-3456
Fax:260-422-2453
Email:csr@fwaerocenter.com
Web site:fwaerocenter.com
Comments from AirNav users
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From Joseph Meszaros on 20-Jan-2017

 
  Sharon went out of her way to take us to a hotel, after hours, late at night. Phenomenal customer service and welcoming environment.
 
From Drew Chaplin on 18-Sep-2016

 
  New building, friendly staff. Unfortunately, this may be the last time I fly into FWA. I base my Skyhawk about 15 miles south of FWA. For logistical purposes, we occasionally stop at FWA. The plane was on the ramp for a couple of hours, and I find out that they wanted $20 for a landing fee. Since I only needed 2 gallons, they would not waive the fee. Same treatment on the return flight to drop passengers off. I didn't get out of the plane so they asked my friends if they would be paying the landing fee. The previous FBO (Atlantic Aviation) never charged me a landing fee. Charging these landing fees for small personal flights sends the message that they do not want any GA business. It is a go-away fee. Most airports provide this service simply as a courtesy to personal GA flights.
 
From David Lincoln on 23-Aug-2016

 
  Excellent service from the time we pulled onto the ramp, until we left the next day. The line service guys were right there to park us, fuel, and had hangar space available as well for a Mooney due to the approaching storms. The rental car was right outside as well ready and waiting. The inside of the FBO was very modern/new and comfortable/clean. Friendly staff. I'll definitely return! Thanks for great service.
 
From Mike Ray on 28-Jul-2016

 
  Great FBO, attentive staff, and friendly. Great advice at the counter on a place to go for lunch, and it was fortunate for our group that the FBO has a minivan crew car (and with AC that really works!!). Reasonable fuel prices and a great place to stop on our way to OSH.
 
From Larry & Norma Armes on 27-Apr-2016

 
  Very friendly, professional people like Sharon and Brooke inside at the counter, and Nathan, Matt and David on line crew, make this FBO outstanding. In addition to the great staff, this is a brand new, gorgeous facility. This FBO is our favorite spot to land, clear customs from Canada, and then fuel. Sharon and Brooke were very good with rental car assistance. Due to some approaching "mixed bag" of weather, we were very pleased to be able to rent hangar space for over night protection for our PA32. This FBO really has it all. We hope to return soon.
 
From Scot Penn on 12-Jan-2016

 
  820 gallons of Type 1, really??? Take a look at the charts, enough fluid to deice three Boeing 747's! Plus it was sprayed directly into APU causing auto shutdown. Last week in Aspen we had ice and 10 inches of snow, took less than 175 gallons!!! $16, 000.00 to deice one side of airplane!

Response from Jeff Van Slyke, General Manager, Fort Wayne Aero Center
Mr. Penn, I understand your surprise in regards to the volume of deicing fluid that was required to deice your aircraft. Your aircraft was parked with us for two nights and, in that time, Fort Wayne International Airport was his hit with a storm system that brought freezing rain blowing in sideways and then snow and high winds. One whole side of the aircraft was a sheet of ice approximately inch thick, from nose to tail, including the undercarriage. The ice had to be removed in layers with the heat of the fluid. It took nearly a half an hour to get all of the ice off the aircraft, including all of the moving surfaces and hinge points. We hope you understand that safety is our first priority, and the amount of deicer required was necessary for the safe operation of your aircraft.


 
 
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