FBO of the Week: TacAir (KAMA, Amarillo, TX)


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AVweb‘s “FBO of the Week” ribbon goes to TacAir at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport (KAMA) in Amarillo, Texas.

AVweb reader Kenneth Oden tells us what happened when a short fuel stop turned into a potentially disastrous layover:

Our passengers were flying back from a Christmas holiday with a new two-month-old baby boy and didn’t want to subject him to an 18-hour drive to Grandma’s house. Our stop turned into an overnight stay when weather at the destination went far below our jet’s minimums. The good folks at TacAir found us a nice hotel in town and arranged for transportation. The following morning, our cold, soaked Eclipse would not accept the local GPU and did not have enough battery power to start on its own. The linemen at TacAir towed us across the field to another hangar with a different GPU. Long story short: we would still be stuck if it weren’t for Mike Ryan’s team. Our hats are off to this professional team that worked on our problem for over an hour when there were several other flights leaving at the same time.

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