New Bern, NC, November 1, 2011- Eastern Aviation Fuels Inc. recently announced that Richmond Jet Center has joined the Shell FBO network. There are currently over 400 FBOs within the Shell FBO Network.

Located at the Richmond International Airport (KRIC), Richmond Jet Center offers a full line of FBO services including catering, flight planning, and heated hangars. Additionally, Richmond Jet Center is a Cessna Service Center and FAA Certified Repair Station offering airframe, engine and propeller maintenance, avionics sales, and charter.  Richmond Jet Center is recognized for its best-in-class facility and strong reputation for quality service.

By joining the Shell FBO Network, Richmond Jet Center can take advantage of some of the many FBO programs offered through Eastern Aviation Fuels, including the Shell AeroClass and Contract Fuel programs.

Richmond Jet Center is a family owned and operated company, founded by John and Helen Clarke in 1946.  Today their two sons Jon and Robert Clarke co-own the business, with both of their sons actively involved.  In addition to offering fuel services, Richmond Jet Center offers aircraft interiors, composites, and much more. The facility features a pilot’s lounge, flight planning area, two conference rooms, crew cars, and rental car availability. To learn more visit www.ricjet.com or call 804-226-7255.   For more information on Aero Industries and how the Richmond Jet Center family can assist with all of your maintenance and avionics needs please visit www.aeroind.com.

Eastern Aviation Fuels was founded in 1975 and is the exclusive distributor of Shell branded aviation fuels in the United States.  Eastern Aviation Fuels has aligned itself strategically with Shell to bring its FBO customers secure supply, FBO support programs, and quality Shell Fuels.  To learn more visit www.easternaviationfuels.com or call 252-633-0066.

Richmond Jet Center

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