Hoosier Aviation partners with Avfuel


New partnership at Terre Haute International Airport

Hoosier Aviation (formerly Terre
Haute Air Center) has signed with Avfuel. Hoosier
Aviation now under the ownership of Jordan and Nicole Brown and they plan to
grow the FBO, as well as the general aviation presence at the airport beginning
with a remodel of the facility, scheduled to be completed by early February

Though new to the FBO business, the Browns are no strangers to aviation.
Jordan Brown began flying at the age of 14 and began his professional career as
a mechanic for American International Airlines. He and wife Nicole own several
World War II aircraft and fly the B-25 “Show Me” for the Missouri wing of the
Commemorative Air Force (CAF). The couple also own J&N Metal Products, a
fabrication/machine shop working primarily in the aerospace and defense

“We felt that now was an ideal time to purchase the FBO, which we
perceived to be in a state of decline,” said Jordan Brown. “Beginning
with the remodel, we plan to start rebuilding general and corporate aviation in
our area. We have plans for growth over the next several years that include
expanding the flight school, adding a part-135 charter operation, and are even
considering the possibility of an air museum.”

“Avfuel has great name recognition as a good fuel supplier,” said
Jordan Brown, “but they’ve really supported Hoosier Aviation in other
ways, such as line training and customer service training. We spend a lot of
time with new employees training them on handling themselves with our customers
and vendors. Our experience with Avfuel in this regard has been

Avfuel director of marketing Marci Ammerman is more than happy to provide
that support. “Avfuel is delighted to provide services and support to the
Browns and the crew at Hoosier Aviation as they move forward in Terre Haute,” she
said. “We look forward to seeing what the future holds.”