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  • Mar 13 2017

    Josh Pusser Joins EAF Sales Team

    New Bern, NC – Eastern Aviation Fuels is excited to welcome Josh Pusser to its sales team. Pusser will be working alongside veteran sales representative, Eddie Babb, to assist in covering the Mid-Atlantic territory. The Mid-Atlantic territory covers South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland.

    Josh started in the aviation industry at the age of 12 pumping fuel and washing planes at his local airport. From there his interested only piqued and after obtaining his pilot’s and A&P mechanics license, started in the Air Force. Most recently Josh served as FBO Manager for Warren Aviation, HRJ, a Shell branded FBO.

    “As our FBO network continues to grow, it’s important to provide a sales team that adequately supports our growth. Given Josh’s rich aviation background he makes an excellent addition,” says VP of Sales, Mike Allen.

    Josh can be reached via email at or at 910.824.8637.

    Eastern Aviation Fuels was founded in 1975 and is the exclusive distributor of Shell branded aviation fuels in the United States. Eastern Aviation Fuels has aligned itself strategically with Shell to bring its FBO customers secure supply, FBO support programs, and quality Shell Fuels. To learn more visit or call 1-800-334-5732.

  • Feb 08 2017

    Gary Steele Memorial Scholarship Recipient Chosen

    Gary Steele Memorial Scholarship Supports Business and Aviation Students

    When he was 15 years old, Justin Zgoda landed a job cleaning planes at a local flight school in exchange for flight time.

    Now a sophomore at Embry-Riddle’s Daytona Beach Campus, he still juggles work at an aviation company at Daytona Beach International Airport with his classes. That is why he was happy to be chosen for the Eastern Aviation Fuels Inc./ Florida Aviation Business Association (FABA) Gary Steele Memorial Scholarship.

    “It just helps ease some of the burden,” said Zgoda, who is studying aeronautical science with a business minor and hopes to become a corporate or charter pilot.

    Scholarship recipients Zgoda and Courtney Marcil were able to personally meet some of their scholarship donors, when the Florida Aviation Business Association board held its Dec. 5 meeting at the College of Business at the Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach Campus.

    “It’s about giving back to foster the next generation,” said Mike French, president of the FABA Board and a regional vice president for Signature Flight Support.

    French said the aviation business is a dynamic industry, and it is important to have a constant flow of young, qualified and energetic individuals entering the field. It is also crucial to increase awareness of the opportunities in the aviation business industry, beyond working for a commercial airline.

    The scholarship supports two students at the Daytona Beach Campus who are studying in the College of Aviation or the College of Business. The scholarship awards $12,000 over three years to one male and one female student.

    Gary Steele, a longtime FABA supporter, passed away in 2012 at the age of 69. Steele served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam era and was the airport manager for Charlotte County Airport Authority in Punta Gorda, Fla.

    “The future of business aviation are young professionals. Tuition is the heaviest burden weighing on their shoulders today. Scholarships are powerful enough to impact their academic success and are the highest funding priority at Embry-Riddle today,” said Lyndse Costabile, director of development at Embry-Riddle.

    Marcil, a junior studying business administration with a concentration in management, was the other Gary Steele Memorial Scholarship recipient. With plans to work in corporate aviation, she is working two jobs while focusing on her studies.

    “Before I was cramming every free second with work to stay in school,” shared Marcil. “It really helped take the pressure off of me.”

    Questions? Contact:
    Melanie Stawicki Azam
    Development & Alumni Relations

  • Dec 16 2016

    EAF Announces Partnership with National Jets

    New Bern, NC – Eastern Aviation Fuels is pleased to announce it is now the fuel provider for National Jets, Inc. located at the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL).  National Jets is now accepting the Shell contract fuel card, the Shell Aviation credit card and awarding Shell AeroClass reward points to their customers.

    “We are excited to have a presence at FLL where our Shell Aviation customers will receive the highest level of service,” said Robbie Stallings, President of Eastern Aviation Fuels.

    A family owned business, National Jets, Inc. has been providing awarding winning service since 1960; ranking as a “Top 10” U.S. FBO for the past 14 consecutive years in Pro Pilot’s PRASE Survey.  They offer 24/7 FBO services in addition to aircraft maintenance & avionics support, properties development, air ambulance, executive charter, and aircraft management services.  “National Jets has a rich history of providing our guests with an experience that is personalized and at the highest level of quality, and we feel Eastern Aviation Fuels is a business partner which can best serve our brand,” said Sam Robbin, President of National Jets, Inc.

    To learn more about National Jets, Inc. please visit

    Eastern Aviation Fuels was founded in 1975 and is the exclusive distributor of Shell branded aviation fuels in the United States.  Eastern Aviation Fuels has aligned itself strategically with Shell to bring its FBO customers secure supply, FBO support programs, and quality Shell Fuels.  To learn more visit or call 1-800-334-5732.