Freeman Jet Center is reopening Pueblo Memorial Airport’s (KPUB) runway 8R/26L, now upgraded to provide significant enhancements for traffic to and from the region.

The renovation project includes 10,500 square feet of brand-new runway surface, ready to accommodate aircraft up to a C5. 

Todd Engel, general manager of Freeman Jet Center, expressed his enthusiasm for the reopening: “We are excited to unveil our improved runway and once again welcome guests to KPUB with smooth access and first-class amenities, demonstrating our continuous dedication to safety, service and customer satisfaction. Our team looks forward to greeting an influx in traffic with the top-notch aviation services our customers have come to expect at Freeman Jet Center, all at competitive rates.”

To celebrate the runway opening, Freeman Jet Center offers pilots double AVTRIP Points through July 31, 2024. This is in addition to competitive fuel rates through Avfuel Contract Fuel and as a CAA Preferred FBO. 

The runway upgrade perfectly complements Freeman Jet Center’s upscale amenities, including an FBO terminal that prioritizes both style and comfort. Guests to the FBO enjoy well-appointed lobby and crew spaces, complimentary internet access, a computerized weather station, and an on-site restaurant, reaffirming the FBOs commitment to excellence.

Additionally, Freeman Jet Center offers a comprehensive range of services, including top-tier refueling, DLA-approved aviation fuel, ground support, aircraft cleaning, catering, courtesy cars and rental car arrangements. The FBO’s spacious facilities also feature expanded aircraft parking and hangar leasing options.