With hundreds of private aircraft expected to arrive at Los Angeles-area airports in the days leading up to Sunday’s Super Bowl game, aviation fuel providers and local FBOs are working to accommodate anyone wishing to fill up on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
Signature Flight Support—which already offers SAF at nine other locations—has now introduced its continual supplies of the renewable fuel blend this week at Van Nuys (KVNY), one of the busiest general aviation gateways in the country. It received two 8,000-gallon tanker loads just in time for one of the busiest periods in the business aviation calendar.
Signature joins Clay Lacy Aviation and Jet Aviation in offering permanent supplies of SAF at KVNY, and Castle & Cooke reported last week that it will also have the fuel to meet demand in the days before and after Super Bowl.
According to aviation sustainability solutions provider 4Air’s SAF tracking map, other nearby options for those seeking the environmentally friendly fuel include Atlantic Aviation at Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX), which recently began retail sales of SAF; the Clay Lacy and ACI Jet FBOs at John Wayne-Orange County Airport (KSNA); Million Air Burbank at Bob Hope Airport (KBUR); and Sun Air Jets at Camarillo Airport (KCMA).