Felts Field Aviation Inc. will provide fuel service at Felts Field, the general aviation airport in Spokane Valley, for another year.
The company will discontinue other services March 31, but a new agreement with the Spokane International Airport board provides for continued access to self-serve pumps, and fuel transport to hangared planes.
The board, which manages Felts Field airport and Spokane International Airport, will review requirements for a fixed-base operator to replace Felts Field Aviation, according to airports director Neal Sealock. No one responded to a request for proposals that was published last year.
Sealock said the process may take six or seven months.
Airports spokesman Todd Woodard said the review may yield a less extensive list of services that conforms to changes in airport use caused by the economic slowdown. Requirements were last reviewed seven years ago, he said.