Avfuel Welcomes Textar Aviation, Dallas Love Field/KDAL, to Branded FBO Network
Avfuel Corp. announces its new branding partnership with Textar Aviation at Dallas Love Field Airport. As an Avfuel-branded FBO, the operation will now offer customers competitive fuel prices with Avfuel Contract Fuel and lucrative rewards with AVTRIP.
Known on the field as an extraordinary customer-care center, Textar Aviation excels at providing personalized services for the discerning traveler.
For added convenience, the FBO is located just minutes from downtown Dallas, making it an exceptional gateway to the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area. Open 24/7/365, the staff is ready to handle guests needs on their time for the ultimate private aviation experience.
“It is always our goal to surpass our clients’ expectations,” said Darrell Northern, Textar Aviation’s general manager. “We put our customers first and Avfuel shares that vision, which is one of the reasons why we chose to partner with it as our new fuel supplier.
The FBO features more than 75,000 square feet of hangar space and a 12-acre aircraft apron, along with premier amenities and services, including: quick turns, ground handling, a belt loader, cargo handling, on-site car rentals, taxi and limousine services, an executive conference room, a fitness facility, a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable lobby, refreshments, newspapers, a flight planning room, a courtesy car and shuttle van, complete concierge care, WSI weather, and Wi-Fi.
In addition to Avfuel Contract Fuel pricing, customers will benefit from transaction ease when using the Avfuel Pro Card at Textar Aviation with the ability to put everything—fuel and non-fuel items with or without a fuel purchase—on one transaction, avoiding any fees.
Mark Haynes, vice president of sales for Avfuel Corporation, said, “Textar Aviation is a big name on a big airport, making it a valuable addition to the Avfuel Network. We look forward to working together at KDAL to provide an outstanding flying experience for flight operators.”