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From James Porter
Very nice experience overall. I hangared my airplane here for about a week while visiting family in Chicago. They also have Swift fuel which was the reason I picked this airport. Friendly and helpful. Swift fuel is not self serve so you have to plan on going here during normal hours or arrange for a call out. This is a fairly active training airport.
From Matthew Miller
They advertise as a full service FBO but it is hardly that. No crew car and forget the pilots lounge because the local flight school's instructors use it to brief and debrief students. Skip this stop plenty other airports near by.
From Eric Schlanser
I called ahead to verify Mogas availability. It took two calls and a long wait for the line person. Per Dan at the FBO, they do not have Mogas. Jet fuel, 100LL, and Swift fuel (has ethanol and a small amount of lead per Dan). Not sure what Swift fuel has in it for sure as they're testing it in one of their planes. Have not actually sold any. 3 star rating as somebody indicated Mogas availability on AirNav.
Response from Craig Anderson, Manager, Griffith Aviation, Inc. Swift Fuel is UL94 Avgas and the technical details can be found here: https://swiftfuels.com/fuel/unleaded-ul94-avgas/ It does not contain lead or ethanol and is usable in any auto fuel STC aircraft along with experimental aircraft with certain engines. AirNav classifies gasoline other than avgas as Mogas. I apologize for the misinformation given you and I would like to discuss the situation with you, please call me at 219-924-0207 if you would be so kind.