Ross Aviation in Alaska given gateway FBO status

Source: Ross Aviation.

Ross Aviation (PANC) in Anchorage, Alaska, was recently named a gateway FBO through the DCA Access Standard Security Program, granting flights leaving the operation the ability to fly directly to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (KDCA) in Washington, D.C.

“Our primary focus has always been on exceptional safety standards,” said Laura Charon, Ross Aviation ANC general manager.

“This new designation is a testament to the dedication of our team. We are pleased to offer our ANC guests the convenience of flying directly from Anchorage to DCA along with continued incomparable service while they’re in our care.”

Flight operators can now fuel up for their cross country trip from Anchorage to Washington, D.C., for a more convenient flight plan thanks to the DCA Gateway designation.

As an Avfuel-branded location, pilots can further benefit from Avfuel Contract Fuel’s competitive prices and lucrative loyalty rewards with AVTRIP.

Ross Aviation ANC offers a full lineup of professional services and amenities for every guest’s aviation needs, including: a passenger lobby, pilot lounge and VIP lounge; a heated hangar; an executive conference room; office space; a shower; a flight planning center; secure parking; pilot supplies; gourmet catering and dishwasher service; aircraft detailing; ramp-side vehicle access; and 24/7 customs and immigration clearance.