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Avfuel takes Ohio State under its wing
One of just three airports owned by top-tier universities across the USA, KOSU supports the development of future aviation professionals in a variety of career paths. KOSU is located seven miles from the uni's campus.

Ohio State University Airport has joined the Avfuel-branded network. The partnership unites the leading independent supplier of aviation fuel and services with the US university's aeronautics and aviation campus, a general aviation reliever for John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Columbus, Ohio.

“KOSU is a multifaceted facility and an important presence in its region,” Joel Hirst, senior vice president of sales for Avfuel, says. “We're proud to raise the Avfuel sign in this key Central Ohio location, not far from where modern aviation began, to fuel the next generation of aviators.”

One of just three airports owned by top-tier universities across the USA, KOSU supports the development of future aviation professionals in a variety of career paths. KOSU is located seven miles from Ohio State's campus and 10 miles from Columbus' vibrant downtown business district.

As central Ohio's premier executive airport and the fourth-busiest field in the state, KOSU offers a full-service FBO inside the soaring, atrium-style terminal. Its first-class amenities include a pilot's lounge, relaxing day rooms and a welcoming indoor observation deck. KOSU staff are NATA Safety 1st-certified and will also take advantage of the online Avfuel Training System.

Mark Fletcher, general manager of the FBO and manager of airport services, said he looks forward to working with Avfuel and its robust offerings. “This whole airport is a classroom, so the fuel safety training Avfuel makes available is a value-add for our staff and student employees,” Fletcher notes. “And of course, Avfuel Contract Fuel will be a benefit for many of the university's collaborators and corporate partners visiting campus.”

Other benefits include competitive fuel prices, lucrative AVTRIP rewards and streamlined transactions with the Avfuel Pro Card.

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