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Cape Fear Regional Jetport

at Cape Fear Regional Jetport/Howie Franklin Field Airport

  • Airport management
  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft ground handling
  • Oxygen service
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangars
  • GPU / Power cart
  • Passenger terminal and lounge
  • Pilot school (FAR Part 141)
  • Flight training
  • ...
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Phillips 66
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 21-Jun-2022
100LL Avgas Full service    $8.13
100LL Avgas Self service    $7.60
Jet A Full service    $7.46
Jet A Self service    $6.92
Discounts: Volume / quantity / bulk discounts
Certain fees waived or discounted with minimum fuel purchase
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
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Contact information
Address:4015 Airport Rd.
Southport, NC 28461
United States of America
Telephone: 910-457-6483
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From Jeffrey B. Chipetine on 24-Apr-2021

  Landed KSUT in a blow. Low IMC, rain, gusty. Listened to the ASOS, which includes parking intel and headed for the GA side (West side). Manager Mike was on the spot immediately. Safeties the airplane, took care of the fueling, tucks her into a hangar, and all while being one of the nicest airport ambassadors I have ever met. What a wonderful experience and a welcome refuge after a long slugfest with the weather. Top marks to the folks that put Mike in this spot as the "First Face" for the Cape Fear Jetport. Well done all.
From Michael Simmons on 31-Jan-2021

  Let me start by saying that the service was great and I have no issues with the folks at Cape Fear Regional Jetport. I would visit again and hope to do so. My only concern is the parking and how convoluted it was on my recent trip as piston aircraft are instructed to park on the other side of the airport (near the old FBO building) due to limited tie downs space at the new terminal. I sincerely hope this is temporary, as the new terminal building looks great. However the message being sent (unintentionally I am sure) is not a positive one for piston flyers. There are also no designated facilities on that side of the field. There is a business occupying the old FBO but it is not aviation related and I am not sure how much they appreciate random folks coming through just to use the facilities. I am sure that you can get a ride to the new building if needed. It just seems awkward for the piston pilot.
From George Pappayliou on 02-Oct-2019

  Staff has always provided great customer service, the only negative has been terminal building (think: rundown 1960s prefab). A BRAND NEW TERMINAL HAS JUST BEEN OPENED. It is as nice as any I've been in at airports many times the size of Cape Fear. Tastefully decorated waiting area (beach themed), first class pilots lounge, kitchen, meeting rooms and enough TVs for a sports bar.
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