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Space Coast Aviation

at Merritt Island Airport

  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Flight training
  • Aircraft rental
  • Aerial tours / aerial sightseeing
  • Aerial photography
  • Aircraft maintenance
  • Aircraft cleaning / washing / detailing
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Aviation fuel services
Brand: Phillips 66
Fueling hours: during regular FBO business hours; call FBO for hours of operation
100LL Avgas Full service    $5.38
100LL Avgas Self service    $4.72
Discounts: There is a $15.00 ramp/single-engine tie down fee and $20/night multi-engine. This first fee is waived if you purchase 20 gallons or top off of full-service fuel. After the first night, the tie down fee is $15.00/night for single engine. $$20/night multi-engine up to Seneca. Larger aircraft will vary. Please call ahead for holiday hours and special event rates. Our Jet-A truck is currently undergoing maintenance, therefore, we do not have Jet-A. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. Thank you!

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Contact information
Address:900 Airport Road
Merritt Island, FL 32952
United States of America
Telephone: 321-453-2222
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Comments from AirNav users
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From Eric Kline on 07-Mar-2018

  Calling this an FBO is like calling the county fair Disney World. It's a Flight school that sells fuel to the occasional transient. No marshaling. Barely a parking space. No pilot lounge. No snooze room. Nowhere to get away from the noisy lobby and commotion of the students. If you're going to be here for more than five minutes, go anywhere else. As a part 135 operator, I look for a little moreóokay, a lot more than what Space Coast offers. And maybe I'm grumpy since I've been up since 0300 and it's so darn noisy here. But regardless, this guy isnít coming back. They'll survive off their flight school and fuel sales to their flight school.

Response from Lisa Brown, Marketing Rep, Space Coast Aviation
Mr. Kline, after reading your comments on AirNav, my apologies for the FBO being under construction. We do have signs posted asking our customers to "Pardon Our Dust", etc. during this process. I did offer you a briefing room at the end of the hall and upstairs. And we are a small FBO with only one line service technician and he was fueling other aircraft on the field when you landed. Yes, we are a busy FBO and flight school and our transient tie-down spots are full. This is not always the case, but it means general aviation is doing good. I hope you get some rest and safe flying.

From Keith Johnson on 23-Apr-2017

  NOTE: Self serve fuel located on the north side "out of service" today. Excellent FBO though!!

Response from Lisa Brown, Marketing Rep, Space Coast Aviation
Mr. Johnson, Our apologies for the self serve fuel being out of order. Unfortunately, some of the folks that use the self serve facilities, do not take care to wind up the grounding cable properly. We have replaced three grounding clamps in the past month due to improper use. Thank you for your kind words about our FBO, we greatly appreciate you and your business. Safe flying!

From Michael Galluzzi on 17-Apr-2017

  Great airport and staff. You'll love water approach and landing on Rwy 29!

Response from Lisa Brown, Marketing Rep, Space Coast Aviation
Mr. Galluzzi, Yes, we love our little airport and customers like you! Thank you for the kind words.

From Roy Harkness on 06-Jan-2017

  Stopped in to KCOI and Space Coast Aviation for the first time today. Staff was very friendly, they had a nice loaner van and fuel was reasonably priced. A very good first impression for this Bonanza guy.

Response from Lisa Brown, Marketing Rep, Space Coast Aviation
Mr. Harkness (aka Bonanza Guy), Thank you so much for your kind words. My staff and I try our best to give everyone a great experience at our small FBO. We appreciate your business and hope to see you again in the very near future. Safe flying!

From Andy Turner on 01-Jan-2017

  I flew in with my family to visit the Kennedy Space Center and the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. Had a good time at both, and the FBO provided good service. There was a problem however that visitors need to be aware of.....Enterprise will no longer allow pilots to leave their cars at the airport. You need to return your car to the business location at Cape Canaveral, and then beg a ride back to the airport, which Enterprise can only offer when they have time. So I loaded and prepped the airplane for flight, and then left my family at the airport and spent 60 minutes returning my car to the Cape and getting a ride back to the airport.

Response from Lisa Brown, Space Coast Aviation
Mr. Andy Turner, So glad you and your family enjoyed your visit to Brevard County and to our FBO, Space Coast Aviation. We personally contacted Enterprise about your rental situation because this caused me some concern. According to Enterprise, you had a 'luxury vehicle' and they are not allowed to be dropped off site, they must be returned directly to Enterprise. As far as the ride back to the airport, we were unable to get a satisfying response, other than they were extremely busy as it was a holiday. Please feel free to contact Enterprise and let them know of your concerns because they told us that you did not leave any comment about their service, good or bad. Thank you again and Happy New Year!

From Dominic Ottaviano on 22-Aug-2016

  Friendly staff but no crew car or pilot lounge. Stuck in a busy lobby with students everywhere so not the best place to relax. No food within walking distance so pretty much stuck. This is much more of a flight school than FBO. Bathroom is also pretty nasty, should rate 2 stars but staff is friendly.

Response from Lisa Brown, Marketing Rep, Space Coast Aviation
Mr. Dominic Ottaviano, thank you for your feedback regarding our FBO and I would like to address a few of your comments. We are a small FBO and the flight school is a much larger part of our business. Recently we changed insurance carriers and they did not cover crew cars. I am in the process of trying to get this changed. We used to have a pilot lounge, but it was so underutilized that we put it to better use as a briefing room. We do encourage our students not to hang out in the lobby because there are quite a few of them. We will work harder on this point. Thank you for your business and we hope you use our FBO again. Regards

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