FBO of the Week: Thunderbird Aviation (Flying Cloud Airport, Minneapolis, MN)


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Our latest “FBO of the Week” ribbon goes to Thunderbird Aviation at Flying Cloud Airport (KFCM) in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

AVweb reader Mark Hegg told us about his recent visit:

Flew into Flying Cloud on a Friday in early December 2011. They were expecting me and promptly guided me to a convenient tie-down. I told them our departure would be Sunday at noon. On Saturday a snow storm brought six inches of snow and cold temps. I called them Sunday morning to inquire about pre-heat possibilities before our departure. They said, “Don’t worry; we had extra room in our heated hangar, and your plane has been inside all weekend. No charge!” When we arrived, they were just pulling the plane out and helped us load up. Fuel was already done, as well. Fuel prices were very reasonable. Their service was always cheerful, helpful, and efficient. I guess it’s true what they say: The colder the temperature, the warmer the people.

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