Very nice FBO, they allow the animal transport to be escorted to the aircraft for loading.
I was offered a $0.20 or $0.30 discount per gallon of avgas, and I am not sure I actually received the discount as I paid more than the FBO has listed as it's price for avgas on airnav.com ($5.86/gal paid vs. web price of $5.79/gal)
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I was going to use TLH on my most recent PNP transport, Dec 30 but changed to Lake City, FL because the fuel was very high even after the PNP discount it was $6.00 for 100LL and if you didn't buy 20 gallons you were charged a ramp fee of $20.00. The folks at Lake City were great but didn't give PNP Flights or any other Non-Profit any discounts but the fuel was still $1.76 a gallon less then TLH. They were very helpful with the dogs. They even called the local newspaper who came out and reported in a very positive way about PNP.
I was charged the $20 fee right after MillionAir took over the FBO operations and wasn't offered the option of adding fuel or the fee. I mentioned this problem to PNP admin who spoke with the management at MillionAir. I tested the new rules which allowed me a 30 minute window without having to add fuel or be charged a landing fee. I am happy to say that I was not charged this trip. (Marianna, FL or Bainbridge, GA give PNP pilots fuel discounts and have cheaper fuel as well).
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Return to FL
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