Some swear by it, others swear at it - what's the truth about flying with mogas?
We have heard about the demise of 100LL for decades, and recent news suggest the end may finally be approaching. Only one supplier remains of tetra ethyl lead (the "LL" part of 100LL), and "Friends of the Earth" have initiated a lawsuit to ban 100LL in California due to the lead. In the mean time recent high 100LL prices have severely curtailed general aviation activity nationwide. So how about mogas, the other FAA approved piston aviation fuel? Is it safe? Is it okay for the airplane? Is it a way to fly more for less? We will explore these questions based on over 25 years of experience and research.
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Fleming Field Airport Terminal Building
1725 Henry Ave
South Saint Paul, MN 55075
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Terminal building at the So. St. Paul Fleming Field Airport
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