Signature Flight Support, a BBA Aviation company, has received approval from the Santa Barbara Airport Director to purchase the only existing Self-Service AvGas 100LL facility at the Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) in Santa Barbara, California, the company said.
The self-service fuel facility, expected to be officially servicing Signature´s customers in the coming weeks, will offer recreational pilots an additional option for refueling their aircraft. Signature´s Self-Service customers will benefit from an enhanced service experience, including complimentary parking on Signature´s transient ramp for the day of fueling and pedestrian access to and from the Airport Operations Area (AOA) via Signature´s FBO facilities.
Full-service customers will continue to receive additional benefits, such as crew car use and Signature TailWinsÂ® rewards.
For the last 20 years, Signature, the largest supplier of AvGas, has offered discounts on the weekends through their Weekend Takeoff program and loyalty rewards through their Signature BlueSky program, which offers 10X Signature TailWins rewards points for every gallon of AvGas purchased. The addition of this self-service AvGas fuel facility, Signature´s 14th such installation, is a testament of Signature´s sensitivity to general aviator´s needs.
Signature has proudly operated at the Santa Barbara airport for two decades and continues to provide best-in-class service to all pilots who frequent the facility and welcomes new visitors to experience them and enjoy utilizing the self-service facility.
Signature provides self-serve AvGas at 14 locations within its North American network: Asheville, NC (AVL), Broomfield, CO (BJC), Frederick, MD (FDK), Greensboro, NC (GSO), Hilton Head, SC (HXD), Lafayette, LA (LFT), Rochester, MN (RST), Santa Barbara, CA (SBA), Santa Fe, NM (SFE), Trenton, NJ (TTN), West Palm Beach, FL (F45), Winston-Salem, NC, (INT), Waukegan, IL (UGN) and Williston, ND (ISN).
The Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) is located eight miles northwest of downtown Santa Barbara and is the busiest airport on the California coast between Los Angeles and San Jose, serving more than 750,000 passengers annually. The airport features two parallel general aviation runways that are approximately 4,000 feet long each and hosts a 20,000-square foot Airline Terminal building.