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Phillips 66 Aviation expands its FBO network with AirQuest Aviation



rampHOUSTON. Phillips 66 Aviation, the leader in aviation with the largest branded network of FBOs in the US, proudly announces that it has added AirQuest Aviation (KBTP) and (KBVI) to its FBO Network.

As one of the largest refiners in the United States and a major contract jet and avgas fuel supplier to private, commercial and military aviation, Phillips 66 continues to strengthen its network by providing fixed-base operators (FBOs) with the resources they need to attract more pilots and succeed.

AirQuest Aviation customers will have access to the numerous benefits Phillips 66 offers its FBOs, including competitive and reliable Jet A and 100LL Avgas fuel supply, Contract Fuel, the Phillips 66 Aviation Wings Card, the Phillips 66 WingPoints loyalty program and more.

“We switched suppliers to join the Phillips 66 Aviation network. Our Phillips 66 supplier is Purvis Brothers, and they are local. You’re not calling someone a state away to help with a problem,” said Matt Steele, General Manager, AirQuest Aviation. “The added community element really helps, along with confidence in the product and supply chain.”

Cirrus repair – maintenance shop

“We are excited to welcome AirQuest Aviation to the Phillips 66 Aviation network,” said Sunny Lopez, Manager, Phillips 66 Aviation. “AirQuest has crafted a culture of integrity and trust and we look forward to propelling their legacy as we move forward together.”

Just 30 miles north of Pittsburgh, AirQuest Aviation (KBTP) is building a reputation not only as a stress-free commute option to “Steel City” but also as a preferred aircraft repair station. Over the past decade, the FBO has restructured and redesigned the maintenance department, tripling in size to meet the evolving needs of its customers.

A second AirQuest location 20 miles northwest of Pittsburgh serves historic Beaver County – once known for bountiful supplies of limestone and bituminous coal. The AirQuest FBO at Beaver County Airport (KBVI) has earned a reputation for maintaining higher-end, single-engine planes made by Diamond Aircraft.

AirQuest’s appreciation for the community flies high. The FBO has generously donated scenic flights to military veterans and individuals with special needs to help grant more people access to breathtaking sky views and foster an appreciation for aviation.