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Old 06-10-2020, 08:12 PM
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Default Willamette Aviation or Lynx at UAO for a quick turn?

Question for Oregonians...

I have too run up to Aurora tomorrow morning to pick up a neighbor who?s dropping his A-36 off at Pacific Coast for a full G3X treatment (he built a -12 that way, and I think he misses the EFIS when he gets back on the Bo....). I usually am visiting Van?s when I go in to KUAO, so fill up at Lynx and taxi to the mothership, but I read that they are getting sort of fancy and don?t even have self serve anymore....So if any locals are on tonight - is Willamette a better option if not going to Van?s, and I?m just getting fuel?

And...um....where is Willamette?s self serve pump?

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Willamette is at the north end, self serve, you will see the sign, tower can direct you
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Definitely Willamette - self serve gas, up at the north end, can?t miss it.
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Thanks - Willamette it is....
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