■ Regular on-call hours of operation at
7FL6: Monday thru Friday from 0700 to 1600
■ Call-out services are available 24/7;
however, after hours fees may apply
■ Please place all fuel requests at least
two hours before actual time and
■ All cancellations must be received two hours
prior to the scheduled time and date of need in
order to avoid a cancellation fee. Upon doing so,
a cancellation confirmation number will be given
■ Self-Serve MOGAS now available at our fuel farm in
Spruce Creek. Call our office with any questions.
■ Self-Serve – Jet-A & Avgas (100LL) are available 24/7
at our self-serve fuel farm located at the south-east end of Cessna Blvd. For your convenience, MC, Visa, & Amex are accepted.
■ Full-Serve – Is available for both Jet-A & Avgas (100LL) by appointment only. Please call our main office at 386-257-7791 to place your fuel order. or fill the form below. We'll call you to confirm your fuel order.
■ A Bit of History
Spruce Creek Fly-In (7FL6) wasn’t always the luxurious residential and commercial airpark that we know and love today. The airfield was originally built during World War II as a training facility for T-6’s and other similar aircraft that were stationed in dozens of airfields from around the area. No aircraft or personnel were ever stationed there. After the war, it was decommissioned and turned over to the City of Daytona Beach where for a while it was the “cool” place to hang-out at. The locals found good use for the runways to drag race on and was in general a hot camping spot.
During the sixties, fences and other obstructions were erected to discourage these uses and the search began in earnest to find a lucrative use for the land. The city began looking for uses for the then "Samsula Airport." The State of Florida considered locating a state university there, but decided to go elsewhere. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University was offered the facility for virtually nothing, but decided to move to Daytona's municipal field where their reasoning was; if the owned their own airport, they would have to maintain it, but at the municipal field they would not. Shortly thereafter in the late sixties and early seventies, a group of men from Atlanta took interest in the huge track of land and had a vision for a residential airpark; which primarily means being able to provide taxiway access to residential homes and commercial business’s from the runway. This ideal merge of logistics would lend itself invaluable to the aviation business-related resident whose commercial business could be “feet” away from his home. The airport facilities would benefit the business and the owner by providing personal and corporate air services. This led to the design and development of Spruce Creek Fly-In.
Spruce Creek Fly-In will always hold a special place in the hearts of the Yelvington Family as it was this same functional layout that Spruce Creek offered which lent itself to be the birth place of Yelvington Jet Aviation, Inc. Incorporated in 1990, Yelvington Jet Aviation chose Spruce Creek as its first place of business as well as its first location for a fuel farm and full-serve, mobile fueling services primarily because Mr. Yelvington already had a commercial hangar that he had built in the mid 1970’s. Since its incorporation, Yelvington Jet Aviation continues to serve the Spruce Creek aviation community with petroleum services via self-serve or full-serve, 24/7.