June Newsletter


A message from our General Manager.

Thanks to everyone who took advantage of our 1st anniversary fuel special. In case you haven't heard, we're still offering full service avgas at self-serve prices. To help celebrate Independence Day, I'm happy to announce that we'll extend the promotion through July 4th! Hurry in and experience our outstanding service for yourself. Once you do...we think you'll come back again and again.

Last month I asked you to let us know if there were things we could do to better serve you. Well, someone stepped up. With the sun setting so late these days some are finding it hard to maintain night proficiency. We're kicking around the idea of saying open late occasionally to help. Naturally, fuel sales help us justify the expense of staying open later. Question is: should it be Friday night or Saturday night? Let us know by taking our one question survey. We'll announce the consensus on Facebook and Twitter and blast out a special email to let you know our plans too.

Let us know if you have other ideas and as always, thanks for your business!

Ken Mabe General Manager



This month's featured comment comes from Google+. Thanks for the kind words, Nick! Based on the comments we've been receiving lately, you guys are loving the fresh-baked Otis Spunkmeyer cookies.

Help us spread the word about Georgetown's newest FBO by logging into your favorite aviation website to leave a review. You may be featured in our next newsletter! Use the following direct links to save time: FlightAware, AirNav, AOPA Airports, and ForeFlight (requires login). Have a less than stellar experience? We want to hear from you too. Please contact General Manager Ken Mabe at (512) 869-0900.

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GTU Jet's Building 3 is the perfect solution for an aeronautical company or flight department looking for an all-in-one solution. This hangar is perfectly located for easy access to runways, making getting in and out a breeze.

The adjacent 1,728 square feet of office space includes four (4) offices, receptionist area, and two (2) bathrooms (including shower). The 12,200 square foot hangar features large sliding doors (79.5' wide x 19.8' high), monitored fire suppression, and a compressed air system.

Ready to schedule a tour? Give Ken Mabe a call at (512) 869-0900.


Looking for a unique spac​e to host your next event? GTU Jet can help make your vision a reality. For more information, call (512) 869-0900 or send us an email.

Flight planning just got a little easier. You can now access WSI Pilotbrief in our pilot's lounge. Graphically visualize aviation weather to aid in making the best pre-flight decisions.



Brad Lamb joined the GTU Jet team at the end of March and hit the ground running.

After only three short months as a Line Service Technician, Brad was recently promoted to Operations Manager. His previous experience fueling aircraft of all sizes, including commercial jets, means he has the expertise needed to help our FBO grow. Not only is Brad a nine year veteran of the US Army, but in his former life, he served 12 years in law enforcement, working his way from Patrol Officer to Chief of Police. When he's not sweating on the ramp, Brad enjoys spending time with his family and their two German Shepherds. Bonus Fact: Brad was incredibly uncomfortable getting his picture taken so be sure to tell him how great it looked next time you see him!



We're making changes to our billing system and need your help. Beginning in August, all invoices will be processed electronically. To ensure timely receipt of invoices, please update your email address and other contact information by sending a message to accounting@texasaviationpartners.com.

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