Avfuel brands Texas Gulf Coast Regional Airport


Avfuel has partnered with Brazoria County to brand Texas Gulf Coast Regional Airport, a FAR Part 139 Certified and general aviation reliever airfield owned and operated by the county.

The airport has a full-service FBO facility complete with professional pilot amenities and facilities available for all visitors. The FBO provides competitive fuel rates with Avfuel Contract Fuel, AVTRIP rewards for pilots, full-service jet fuel and avgas, self-serve avgas, quick turns, ground and passenger handling, temporary hangar storage, and GPU services, which are discounted with a fuel purchase.

The site also offers free wi-fi, after-hours services on call, rental cars, limousine rental services, and a courtesy car. The airport is operational 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and features a 7,000ft (2,133m) runway, 635 acres of space, a flight school, a café, and on-site Avis/Budget Car rental facilities.

Jeff Bilyeu, director of aviation for Texas Gulf Coast Regional Airport, said, “We’re proud to serve Brazoria County as a gateway to our community and an economic engine for our region. Part of that means providing an exceptional service with safety and care always top of mind to continuously draw in customers. We believe our decision to partner with Avfuel will help to drive more opportunities for the airport and those who benefit from its services.”

Mark Haynes, vice president of sales for Avfuel Corporation, added, “Adding Texas Gulf Coast Regional Airport to the Avfuel network of independent FBOs will benefit our loyal operators with a new key location in the Houston and Gulf Coast region. The airport serves its community well with pride in safety and service, and we look forward to being a part of its operation.”


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