Gunnison FBO joins Avflight network


Gunnison Valley Aviation at Crested Butte Regional Airport (KGUC) in Gunnison, Colorado has become the latest company to join the Avflight network of FBOs.

“The acquisition of Gunnison Valley Aviation is a big win for Avflight,” said Carl Muhs, Avflight president. “We’ve long-admired the exceptional service Gunnison Valley Aviation has provided its customers at KGUC. We knew it was a perfect fit as an Avflight location and are very excited to work with the airport, its personnel and the Gunnison County Commission.”

According to the FBO, the transition to Avlight will be seamless for customers arriving for the ski season and smooth for existing staff, even during this high traffic time of year.

“We couldn’t be happier about Avflight starting up here at KGUC,” said Rick Lamport, airport manager. “I’ve known Avfight as a company for a number of years over my career in aviation and have the highest respect for the company and its locations. Everyone at Gunnison is looking forward to this partnership, which will provide a superior product to the general aviation community, supporting growth in the aviation landscape and for the economy as a whole.”

Avflight is part of the Avfuel network, offering a full array of Avfuel fueling products and services, such as Avfuel Contract Fuel and AVTRIP rewards, as guests to Gunnison are accustomed.

Avflight Gunnison boasts optimum conditions for high altitude aircraft testing, along with full FBO services, hangarage, office space, airframe and power plant services, tethered hover point, mild morning winds, and access to some of Colorado’s best outdoor and cultural activities.

December 9, 2015

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