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at Francis S Gabreski Airport

Premium services minutes from the Hamptons -- enjoy Sheltair FOK's new executive terminal, hangar/office complex and 9,000-foot runway to accommodate all your needs, along with superior ground support and concierge services, complimentary interior cleaning, catering, crew cars, on-site café and complimentary refreshments, executive conference rooms, a well-appointed pilot lounge, and extensive hangar and ramp capacity.
Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • Domestic and International Handling
  • Refueling Jet A and 100LL
  • Full Line and Customer Service
  • Conference Room
  • Wireless Internet
  • Flight Planning/Weather Room
  • Crew Lounge
  • U.S. Customs on Airport
  • Cafeteria/Vending Area
  • Complimentary Refreshments/Snacks
  • Complimentary Crew Cars
  • Hertz Rental Cars
  • Deiceing Services
  • Complimentary Interior Cleaning
  • Commercial Ground Handling and Refueling Available
  • AVTRIP Rewards Program
  • All Major Credit Cards Accepted
  • All Contract Fuel Cards Accepted
  • Corporate Hangar Space
  • Community Hangar Space
  • Tie Downs
  • Office Space
  • Secured Access
  • Special Fuel/Hangar Package Options Available
  • Proposed 56,000 sq. ft. of New Hangar Space!
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Avfuel
Fueling hours: 0700-2300 (after hours available on call, fee applies)
Fuel prices as last reported on 01-Jun-2021
100LL Avgas Full service    $6.84
Jet A Full service    $6.34
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
Competitive Fuel Prices. Call customer service for discounted pricing today!  
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Contact information
Address:Building 308
Francis S Gabreski Airport
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978
United States of America
Telephone: 631-288-9866
Web site:
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From Heaton Robertson on 29-Oct-2020

  Oct /2020. Flew in on Columbia 400. Contrary to previous comments service was good. Parked away from the jets but was delivered back and forth to FBO promptly. Was there for 4 hours, no fees.
From Matt Lussier on 06-Aug-2019

  Sheltair is the ONLY FBO I've seen in the country that does not waive the facility fee if you take some amount of predetermined minimal fuel in a jet. So even if you top off, you're paying the fee no matter what. Furthermore, they like to park you in the boonies. I flew in the other day with pax. . They were semi busy but still had PLENTY of space on the first couple rows, but instead they parked me FIVE ROWS OVER, about a football field away. They'd rather park you far away and use a van than next to the front door. I asked to be parked online the next morning to leave with the pax at 0830. Showed up, ramp was completely empty and yet we were still parked in the same row forever away. No excuse when you're dead. Coffee, ice and papers take forever to get yet four lineman followed around a Gulfstream crew around like puppies looking for a handout. Think one of them could have peeled off and helped us. Service seeks tips. Try getting a bottle of water from them!
From Jerrold Seckler on 04-Aug-2019

  I made the mistake of arriving in a piston. Their website suggested making an advance reservation so I filled out and submitted the request. After submission it said I would be contacted within 24 hours. I'm still waiting. On arrival there was nobody to direct me to parking. I called Unicom and was told to find a tiedown at the base of the tower. I taxied to that area and again nobody was there. I found a spot, parked and took my luggage into the old, decrepit terminal building. My friend picked me up and took me to the new Sheltair building, which is quite nice. Too bad the service is essentially non-existent if you aren't burning Jet A. This is a classic example of what can happen with no competition on the field.
From Robert Singer on 26-Jun-2018

  Sheltair is pretty unfriendly to pistons. I came into the large empty ramp to drop off two passengers, pay the $20 fee, and use the bathroom. When I came toward the ramp a lineman in a van blocked my path and directed me to parking at the public ramp half a mile away. He gave a ride to my passengers and told me the gate code for reentry. We went to the bathroom and the gate code given to us did not work. Fortunately the restaurant manager knew the correct gate code. I've never been treated more like a second-class citizen in my Piper Arrow before.
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