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Signature Flight Support

A city that never sleeps, Las Vegas features a fabulous collection of casinos and opulent stage spectacles. Endless entertainment is just minutes away when you arrive at Signature Flight Support in Las Vegas.
Mc Carran International Airport
ASRI 128.875

6005 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89119
United States of America

Fax 702-739-1241

 Signature TailWins®   Signature Weekend Takeoff   U.S. Government Contract Fuel   U.S. Customs Service   DASSP   Contract Fuel   National Car Rental 
Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • 100LL Line Service
  • Jet A Line Service
  • Fuel System Icing Inhibitor (Prist)
  • Aircraft Maintenance 3rd Party
  • Aircraft Parking Long Term
  • Signature QuickTurn
  • Signature Status and TailWins
  • International Trash Disposal
  • Oxygen - 3rd Party
  • Potable Water
  • Transient Hangar Space
  • 22,500 sq. ft. Hangar
  • Courtesy Cars
  • Customs and Immigration on Airport
  • Customs and Immigration On-Site
  • Long Term Vehicle Parking
Aviation fuel services
Brand: independent
Fueling hours: 24 hours/7 days a week
100LL Avgas Full service    $8.523
Jet A Full service    $5.692
Discounts: Weekend TakeOff: 50 cents off per gallon of AvGas.
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Prices include all taxes.
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Comments from AirNav users
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From Kevin Colson on 25-Jan-2019

  I've been here dozens of times. Service continues to deteriorate. Upon opening the door of the jet, several line service attendants were there to help. They appeared to take fuel orders and request. They really wanted to handle the passengers’ bags and hold their hands out for tips. After that they all vanished. I went in and confirmed that my request radioed in from 20 minutes out were in progress, a GPU, and fuel truck standing by. They said they don't honor request until on the ground and requested at the desk. After requesting a quick turn AGAIN, 5 minutes later a GPU arrived at the plane. 12 minutes later a fuel truck pulled up. Ten minutes later the fueler began pumping fuel. Watching from inside I witnessed that the fuselage tank was missed. After notifying the front desk the fueler stopped winding up the hose on the TWO over wing hose equipped truck and began to prepare to fuel the missed tank. 49 minutes for a quick turn requested 20 minutes out!

Response from Rita Carrillo, General Manager, Signature Flight Support - LAS
Mr Colson, Please accept my sincere apologies for any inconvenience you or your passengers may have experienced. After reviewing the facts, it is clear that we failed to meet and/or exceed your expectations. It is our practice to fulfill all requests made in a timely manner and have "no excuses" for our failure. We should have been more pro-active in meeting your needs to ensure both you and well as your passengers are satisfied with all services. Please let me assure you that my management staff and I are dedicated to addressing and resolving the above issues to make certain that, in the future, you and your passengers receive a much higher level of service. You are a valuable customer, and any dissatisfaction on your part indicates an opportunity for improvement on our part. Thank you and again, please accept our apology.

From Bill Cola on 17-Dec-2017

  Signature LAS misfueled my King Air 350. I requested that the outboard main tanks be filled. Instead, they fueled one main, and one auxiliary tank, rendering the airplane non-flyable. A simple mistake, to be sure. But let's remember: simple mistakes cost lives, and incur millions in liability every day. I'm not the least bit angry over the simple mistake. I am horrified, however, by the jaw-dropping lack of remorse. Remorse, in such a situation isn't measured by the million "we know you have concerns" in some idiotic corporate manual. It's measured by cash, and the offender’s willingness to fall on their sword. Signature's "solution" was actually an additional reward and profit grab for them. They were lucky. We were able to absorb the forced additional fuel buy and remain just within our maximum weight. Almost out of characters. They dodged a $10k charter bill. Going back to the other FBO. Peace, out.
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