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Signature Flight Support

at Key West International Airport

Services
  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft ground handling
  • Oxygen service
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangars
  • Hangar leasing / sales
  • GPU / Power cart
  • Passenger terminal and lounge
  • Aircraft maintenance
  • Avionics sales and service
  • ...
Aviation fuel services
Brand: independent
Fueling hours: during regular FBO business hours, plus after hours call-out service (with prior arrangement and/or a callout fee); call FBO for details
 
Fuel prices as last reported on 18-Sep-2020
100LL Avgas Full service    $6.64
Jet A Full service    $6.23
 
Discounts: Weekends
Contact us to negotiate discounts
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
 
 
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Contact information
Address:3471 S Roosevelt Blvd
Key West, FL 33040-5234
United States of America
Telephone: 305-296-5422
Fax:305-296-4141
Email:EYW@signatureflight.com
Web site:https://www.signatureflight.com/locations/eyw
Comments from AirNav users
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From Mike Byrnes on 17-Jul-2019

 
  We stayed June 8-10, but just getting to this now. Service is great. They have to park you along they runway, due to space constraints. A ride with bags provided, Prices reflect the area. Thanks to the FBO!
 
From Steve Mustaikis on 02-Jun-2019

 
  Good service, high fees, got a rental car from the terminal, which is a short walk from the FBO. Everyone was helpful and friendly.
 
From Mike Dwyer on 22-Apr-2019

 
  Fees for a small single engine. $29 Facility waived with 7 gal of fuel, $5 Infrastructure, $25 per night. I guess it's ok based on the fact they could be wiped out any year by a Hurricane...
 
From Ron Roberts on 25-Mar-2019

 
  Flew into KEYW with 3 airplanes for the weekend. Verified fees with Signature manager and took advantage of the weekend $.50/g savings. This is a busy airport operation, so don't think you are flying to your local airport paying $3/g of Avgas. There are a lot of private jets on their ramp, and lots of traffic, but we were never treated unkindly. Fuel is expensive, but when you have to ship Avgas 200 miles from the mainland it isn't going to be cheap. All the staff was polite, helpful and very professional. Great job by the ladies at the desk and the folks on the ramp.
 
From Rober Jones on 23-Feb-2019

 
  This FBO has no competition and really sticks customers with exorbitant parking and fuel changes. There service leaves a lot to desire, if you are lucky they will give you a ride to your plane, otherwise you are left walking half a mile to your plane like me. I hope Key West kicks Signature out and gets someone back that cares about customers, I miss Island City.

Response from Eddie Cabrera, General Manager, Signature Flight Support KEYW
"Hi Robert, I'd like to address you concerns directly. If you could give me a call or send me an email, I'd like to discuss what I could do for you during your next visit. We typically try and park aircraft departing the same day in close proximity to the terminal building, but if you were parked on the remote ramp, we don't allow anyone to walk due to security regulations. I would like the opportunity to make your experience right, and hope to hear from you soon."


 
From Tim Jennings on 12-Jan-2019

 
  Flew in to get dinner and landed shortly after 9pm. Called phone number listed on FBO gate #4 to get let out of the airport fence and no one answered. Called airport police line and got someone to open the gate but was told they would not be able to open the gate to let us back in and we would have to call the phone number listed for FBO to let us back in and pay $100 fee. No one answered FBO phone so we did not leave the property, we loaded back in the plane and left. On the plus side there is a vending machine inside the gate.
 
From Wolfgang Weimer on 02-Dec-2018

 
  Flew in on single engine. Charged $29/night for ramp and $10 one time handling fee. Total came to $84 for two-night stay. Service has improved in the last 6 months, fees have gone up.
 
From B Patel on 05-Nov-2018

 
  I called before I arrived and also spoke to line person, both told me that if I filled 7 gallons of fuel that the $29 handling fee would be waived. But when I went to pay they changed it to 10 gallons. I had to be delayed in order to fill another 3 gallons of fuel. All in all, it cost almost as much to park the plane here for a night as it does to fly to Key West. And for that, very little actual service is provided.
 
From Jerry Gable on 26-Oct-2018

 
  I recently found myself flying to Key West in my venerable old 1962 Cessna Skyhawk with a couple of passengers aboard. With all the recent discussions about big FBOs and small planes I was a little concerned about Signature Flight Support, the only FBO at KEYW. My passengers wanted to go regardless and said we would write a scathing review if we were ripped off. Well, we weren't ripped off by any definition and here I am writing a review, which should be taken as extremely laudatory. The service was excellent in every regard from the line guys to the counter girls. They gave us a crew car so my passengers could go to Duvall Street with no monkey business at all. The total fees were $5 and fuel was just about right for Paradise
 
From Alex Melia on 07-May-2018

 
  This was my first time into Key West, and also my first time experiencing Signature (and that's for a reason). I called ahead of time and was told a $25 infrastructure fee, $5 security fee, and $25/night parking fee. The infrastructure fee is waived if you purchase (for my Mooney, 7 gals) fuel. With the $0.50/gal weekend discount, that was $6.22/gal, with my grand total for 2 nights a whopping $98. The line workers were very courteous but I am only giving 3 stars due to the simple fact they asked for my departure time, to what I assume was to bring the plane to the front. Upon my arrival, my plane was nowhere in sight. We had to load luggage onto a hand cart, then transfer to a golf cart, and then drive approx. half a mile to where they park the GA singles against a fence at the end of the airfield. Granted I am a thrifty pilot, I've never spent $100 to park for a weekend, and given so, I was expecting jet-level service. Not too thrilled with having to run around the airport.
 
From John Bleakley on 21-Mar-2018

 
  I can't really give a rating as I cancelled my trip this morning. I called and spoke to Tony about flying down this weekend, he could not have been any nicer or more helpful, he would get 5 stars! While I understand resort destinations are expensive and flying isn't cheap, $180 per night for a tie down on a Cessna 425 is absurd!! Tony did offer me a discount and I truly appreciate that, but I couldn't justify that fee for an outside tie down. I am not looking forward to flying on Delta, but I am flying first class for the price of 4 nights of tie down fees!
 
From Bob & Patti Cheyney N828BP on 18-Feb-2018

 
  Always a great experience coming to Key West. What makes the difference above the rest is the professionalism and expertise in management spearheaded by Tony Murico. Tony and his staff go above and beyond with excellent service and will help with any discounts possible on fuel and fees. Just ask! Kudos Tony. Keep up the great work.
 
From Andy Knepper on 13-Feb-2018

 
  Piston twin. 6 nights on the ramp. Fuel was discounted 50c from the published rate for 'WKND TKOFF AVGAS'. I only bought 12 gal. The $39 handling charge was waived. Approx $25 charge per night on the ramp plus a $5 infrastructure fee. Counter and line staff is friendly. I wish it cost less, but really that's not bad given their logistics and the convenience of flying into Key West. Be careful flight planning into here, but don't be afraid of the FBO!
 
From Lydia Hambrick on 27-Jan-2018

 
  We too experience the higher end of fuel prices and tie down fees when we fly into here to enjoy Key West - but it is what it is. You're paying a premium for the convenience. Could Signature do a better job with more reasonable discounts? Sure! But we have learned to expect these types of costs and fees when flying into Key West. The staff and linemen are always friendly here and very helpful.
 
From Greg Spatz on 25-Nov-2017

 
  The fees for my twin were $125 for a non overnight stop. Pretty hefty and certainly discourages travel to Key West. Not blaming Signature for the high fees, they have to pay for men and equipment some how. I blame Monroe County for not using some of the State & Federal funding to support and subsidize airport operations. Someone in the tourism end of the county needs to open their eyes. Bahamas are looking more attractive for us.
 
From Dane K. Hermansen on 05-Nov-2017

 
  My first trip to Key West since hurricane Irma. The Signature corporate hangar was badly damaged but the FBO office appeared to be undamaged. As always Tony, Francisco and all of the staff do everything possible to make the visit to Key West wonderful.
 
 
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