Pilots and passengers flying in to watch professional football’s AFC Championship Game, hosted by the defending world champion—the New England Patriots—at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, are looking to enjoy two things: quality football and quality services. The latter is what Northstar Aviation of Providence, Rhode Island, works diligently to deliver for those flying in for games, approximately 30 miles from the stadium by car.
Along with personalized customer care in a newly-renovated facility, the FBO is offering its pilots a more rewarding experience with bonus AVTRIP Points—six per gallon or 10 per gallon for topping off their tanks January 20 – 22— when flying in for the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, January 21, when the Patriots take on the Pittsburgh Steelers for the second year in a row.
“We love pro football and we love our pilots,” said Paul Smith, general manager for Northstar Aviation. “We love it even more when the season gets extended and we have the opportunity to serve the general aviation community flying in for quality football a little longer. We look forward to serving this customer segment during the excitement of the AFC Championship Game with winning services and the opportunity to score more AVTRIP Points while they’re here.”
Along with bonus AVTRIP Points, the team at Northstar Aviation provides its guests with personalized customer care for a welcoming experience at its facility, which features catering, notary services, courtesy cars, on-site customs by appointment and available on-field maintenance. As a DCA Gateway, the FBO offers travelers convenient access to Washington, D.C., and as an Avfuel-branded FBO, it offers pilots competitive prices on reliable fuel with Avfuel Contract Fuel.