Joliet Regional Airport - PHILLIPS 66
4000 W. Jefferson, Joliet IL
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 91
GPS coordinates: N 41.51769 W 88.17561 (entered by Michael Palermo)
Updated by Carey Brown, July 06, 2020 18:06 CDT
91 octane pure gas, 5 gal minimum into a container or airplane only.
Updated by Judge Richard, September 21, 2019 19:31 CDT
Purchased ethanol free for 4.30 a gallon on September 10, 2019. Filled four 5 gallon cans. Closest location to Chicago. Great for old cars and bikes. Great facility !!!
Updated by Loren, April 30, 2019 8:45 CDT
Beginning May 1st 2019, minimum 5 gallon purchase of ethanol free fuel.
Updated by Kim, February 24, 2019 17:58 CST
Got 91 Octane. 2 5.0 Gal Jugs at $4.00 /Gal. Great buy! Park and walk down the southwest wall to the door furthest from the parking lot.
Updated by Allen, November 13, 2018 17:57 CST
91 Octane Auto $4.25/gal sold through back (south) door of yellow brick hangar. Park in large empty lot; enter through nearby east gate, then walk west to south door of yellow brick hangar. They also sell 100 Octane leaded gasoline.
Updated by Mitch, October 20, 2018 21:01 CDT
Bought 91 E0 today. $21 for 5Gal. This place is great, open 7a-6pm 7days weeks. Bring your can in the office and they fill it.
Updated by bob, October 06, 2018 12:13 CDT
Updated by bob maly, October 04, 2018 14:44 CDT
Purchased ethanol free on 10'4'18
Updated by Gene, May 30, 2018 18:11 CDT
Exactly as described by Christian DeGraaf.
Updated by David, February 07, 2018 11:09 CST
You can verify on their website:
Updated by Christian DeGraaf, May 13, 2017 16:35 CDT
As Patrick said, go around the rear of the main building to the office, let the guys inside know you'd like some gas and bring your jugs with you (carry by hand, no vehicle pull ups). They'll go outside with you to the airport fill station and pump the gas for you. Went back inside when containers where filled to pay.
Updated by Patrick Elward, March 13, 2017 14:11 CDT
Walk around to rear of the main building, not to the front. If you see a bunch of ComEd trucks, you're in the right place!
Updated by Tom, May 10, 2016 11:20 CDT
You can not drive up to pump. You can walk up and fill cans.
Updated by Mike, May 10, 2016 11:13 CDT
Can pump into cans or aircraft only! No boats, cars, lawnmowers etc.
Updated by Larry, April 22, 2016 11:34 CDT
Can't pump directly into car - can pump into gas can and take off premise
Updated by Neil, March 18, 2016 11:48 CDT
Can't pump directly into car - can pump into gas can and take off premise
Updated by boomer, October 25, 2015 17:30 CDT
Posted by Michael Palermo, October 25, 2015 12:42 CDT