Fly Elite Aviation - UNBRANDED
229 Airport Rd, Longmont CO
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 91
GPS coordinates: N 40.16264 W 105.15447 (entered by Fiats Rule)
Updated by MIKE HICKMAN, February 14, 2021 20:51 CST
$3.85, only airport on the front range w/mogas!
Updated by Kevin, May 10, 2019 13:21 CDT
Current price for 91 octane as of today (5/10/2019) is $3.91 a gallon.
Updated by Hank, February 17, 2018 18:45 CST
Just bought 91 today for $3.88/gallon. Hangar Rd is accessed by going through the main entrance and following it horseshoe-style all the way around and the office is at the end the very end. You will see an old large 76 sign.
Updated by ron, December 29, 2017 18:57 CST
actually on Hanger Rd
Updated by ELN, December 08, 2017 13:10 CST
They can only dispense it into a container. I brought a 5 gallon container and they were great. Just over $4.00 a gallon for ethanol free 91 octane.
Updated by Mike, July 31, 2016 12:19 CDT
91 Octane free gas. Brought in a 2 gallon container for my lawnmower and small engines. Friendly and more than happy to fill for you. $3.90 a gallon. Great service.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 16, 2015 18:40 CDT
Updated octane.
Updated by Shanna Sheridan, February 25, 2015 15:08 CST
Fly Elite Aviation is currently the only FBO on the field.
Updated by John, November 08, 2014 21:44 CST
The price as of 8-Nov-2014 is $4.99 for the E0 91 Octane gas. They also have 100LL available at $5.39 if you pump it your self.
Updated by Tony H., June 04, 2014 15:27 CDT
They were bought by FlyElite Aviation in late 2013. Phone number now is 303-774-8081. Still offering 91 octane into containers, not directly into vehicles.
Updated by Aaron, October 03, 2013 10:31 CDT
Air West is now "Elite Aviation". Super friendly and they still carry Mogas 91 octane - E0. Cost was $5.06/gal. Thanks for the reference,!
Updated by Matt, August 04, 2013 16:09 CDT
Took some time to find (SOUTH of airport), but friendly and helpful. 91. Bring cans.
Updated by John, June 27, 2013 12:26 CDT
Friendly service from Mo-Gas truck tank. I tested my purchase and confirmed true E0.
Updated by Jeff, June 02, 2013 16:08 CDT
I called the place first to make sure they still had MoGas, as I was a bit confused by some of the prior listings. They are open 8-5 7 days a week, only closed a few national holidays. Under 5.00 a gallon. Dispensed from their fueling truck. They also are really nice folks.... my 2.2 gallon purchase probably cost them 2.00 worth of effort to dispense and run on my credit card. I will be recommending this place to all the landscaping first that had been buying 5 gallons metal cans of fuel at the rate of 3.00 a QUART.. IT seems resource ( getting alcohol free fuel from general aviation airports ) is one of the better kept secrets out there! Thanks Air-West! Jeff
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 18, 2013 10:20 CDT
Called and confirmed they have 91 octane E0. Vehicles can not pull up to pump to fill up but gas cans are welcome.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 18, 2013 10:17 CDT
Removed by Jonny Quest, May 17, 2013 19:29 CDT
Has Ethanol
Updated by John, April 02, 2013 8:42 CDT
Phone number
Updated by Dan, November 08, 2012 9:19 CST
Bought 3.3 gal @ $15.68 ($4.75/gal) no lead, no ethanol today.
Updated by layman, September 04, 2012 5:19 CDT
illegal to use as road fuel ok for off road, lawn mower etc
Updated by Dan of Longmont, August 28, 2012 20:22 CDT
Mainly set up for refueling aircraft - not cars. Bring own container if you want gas for lawn equip and other small engines at home.
Updated by Dan of Longmont, August 28, 2012 20:21 CDT
Mainly set up for refueling aircraft - not cars. Bring own container if you want gas for lawn equip and other small engines at home.
Updated by Marcella Barros, July 10, 2012 16:58 CDT
Do you still have pure gas?
Updated by Ben, April 25, 2012 19:31 CDT
Previous address unknown by google maps. This one is off their website's "driving directions" link
Updated by jh, December 21, 2011 8:48 CST
It should be noted that you have to have a separate container to fill up here. They don't charge "road use tax" so they can't put it directly in your car.
Updated by No91, October 07, 2011 15:22 CDT
Stopped by today, no 91 octane. They have 100LL and 85 octane, but were out of the 85 when I was there.
Updated by Fiats Rule, June 30, 2011 23:03 CDT
GPS via
Updated by Steve, June 28, 2011 11:12 CDT
Here is their webpage.
Posted by Steve, June 28, 2011 11:11 CDT
It is at the Vance Brand Airport (aka Longmont Airport). It is not the first fuel station near the road, it is the second one about 200 years to the west of airport road.