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Hartford is located halfway between New York City and Boston, features big city business with New England charm. The insurance and financial service industries are the driving force within the metro Hartford area. The downtown fabric of the Hartford /Springfield region comprises of stately office buildings and historic icons, surrounded by quaint New England country towns. Signature BDL is a premier aviation service provider offering a state-of-the art facility and quality services.
 
 
Bradley International Airport
ASRI 131.875

100 Signature Way
East Granby, CT 06026
United States of America

860-623-4955
Fax 860-623-5232

BDL@signatureflight.com
https://www.signatureflight.com/locations/bdl
 


 Signature TailWins®   Signature Weekend Takeoff   DASSP   Crew cars   Courtesy transportation   National Car Rental 
Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • 100LL Line Service
  • Automotive Fuel
  • Fuel System Icing Inhibitor (Prist)
  • Jet A Line Service
  • Aircraft Maintenance 3rd Party
  • Aircraft Parking Long Term
  • DeIcing/Anti-Ice
  • GPU VDC
  • GPU KVA
  • Heated Hangar
  • International Trash Disposal
  • Speaks: English, Spanish
  • Signature Status and TailWins
  • Singature QuickTurn
  • 25,000 sq. ft. Hangar
  • 200,000 sq. ft. Ramp
Aviation fuel services
Brand: independent
Fueling hours: 24 hours/7 days a week
 
 GUARANTEED FUEL PRICES 
100LL Avgas Full service    $7.45
Jet A Full service    $5.977
 
Discounts: Weekend TakeOff - 50 cents off per gallon of AvGas.
Ask base for any additional discounts.
WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICES POSTED ON AIRNAV
Prices include all taxes.
 
 
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From Jim Clark on 12-Jul-2016

 
  Great people, nice facility. Landing Fee $15, Ramp Fee $35. Will waive part of fee with fuel purchase, minimum 7 gallons @ $7.50/gal. $50 either way, pick your poison. Quick drop off of passengers or all day stay does not matter. Cessna 182
 
From Jim Covington on 10-Mar-2015

 
  Stopped in on Friday evening to pick up a passenger. Asked for a quick turn with a 100LL topoff. 40 minutes later I was informed that they couldn't start the 100LL truck. I paid my $42 in fees and left. I returned 48 hours later after a VFR weekend to drop off the passenger and I was informed that the 100LL truck was still out of service. Paid $42 again, and left. No 100LL for an entire VFR weekend? I guess they don't see much 100LL traffic.
 
 
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