About Flower Aviation

Flower Aviation Fixed Base Operator

80 Years FBO Combined History

Flower Aviation is a fixed base operator located in Pueblo Memorial Airport (KPUB), operated by Jamie DeVencenty, who is also a private pilot, and is setting the standard for excellence, safety and customer service. Jamie has been operating her Rocky Mountain FBO, TravelAire an air charter and Flight For Life along side her husband Rocky, since 1984.

When Flower Aviation after nearly 45 years of operation closed its doors at Colorado’s Pueblo Memorial Airport in 2014, Jamie did not want all the experience to leave Pueblo Memorial Airport.

Rocky Mountain FBO took on most of Flower’s former staff and is now the sole provider on the field as Flower Aviation and will soon be offering a fully renovated 3,000 sq ft terminal in addition to the existing 1,200 sq ft terminal.

Jamie DeVencenty, FBO Operator
Jamie DeVencenty, Operator
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What Our Customers Say

Sean Murphy
I had the privilege of having a stop at your place a few weeks ago. By far the coolest FBO I have seen. But even better were the people and the service. If you gotta stop on your way out west in a CJ, this is the place. Thank you.

Alex Schmitz
One of the most memorable FBOs I've visited, anywhere. Very quaint and cozy, the owner, Ms. Jamie DeVencenty has added so much personality into this little FBO, it really makes it feel special. She took a few minutes out of her day to give me the tour, and offered free ice cream on arrival, lots of snacks, cookies and fresh coffee. There is a restaurant close by, along with a museum to help pass the time. If that's not enough, there is a crew car to head into Pueblo. Crew lounge and flight planning facilities are top notch, with, as per Jamie, a full theater coming soon. There is a gift shop in the FBO to pick something up for the return trip home. Highly recommend passing through Pueblo if you need a tech stop, or ending your day. Thank you Jamie for the hospitality, great job on your wonderful FBO.

Brian Frazier
I was flying cross country and planned to stop for fuel in Amarillo, but winds were favorable so I pushed on to Pueblo as I had never landed there and always like to try a new place for future fuel stops. When I taxied in, the jet fuel truck was waiting as if I had called ahead for a quick turn. The staff was very nice, offering to make us a cup of coffee, and the line guys fueled us quickly and we were out of there in 15 minutes. I am always looking for a good fuel stop when travelling west from Mississippi and this one is now in my top ten list. Could not have been better. Thank you all at Rocky Mountain!