MRB brokers partnership with Avfuel


The Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport Authority (MRB) has announced its new partnership with Avfuel.

MRB is West Virginia’s oldest airport and largest aviation gateway, at less than 90 minutes from Baltimore and Washington, D.C., and the newly-acquired FBO is the sole service provider at the facility.

In addition to gaining new owners, MRB Aviation will move its operations back to the airport’s main terminal with on-site restaurant, and will be renovated to include a pilot lounge, snooze room, TV room, shower facilities, flight planning area, 35-seat A/V-equipped conference room, refreshment bar, crew car, and an avgas self-serve unit.

“We look forward to beginning this new partnership with Avfuel as we assume the FBO’s operation,” said Nicolas Diehl, executive director of the Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport. “Avfuel’s reliability and personalized approach to customer service mirrors the level of care we aspire to provide our customers on a daily basis.”

“We couldn’t be happier to add MRB Aviation to the Avfuel family of branded FBOs,” said Joel Hirst, vice president of sales for Avfuel. “The addition gives pilots flying throughout the Avfuel Network a trusted service provider with competitive prices in a key Eastern U.S. market.”

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