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Pilot Flying J Opens Four New Locations

August 07, 2014

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The new Pilot in Grand Junction, Colo. Photo courtesy Pilot Flying J.
The new Pilot in Grand Junction, Colo. Photo courtesy Pilot Flying J.

Travel center chain Pilot Flying J opened four new locations in July. The new centers are located in Grand Junction, Colo., Tonkawa, Okla., Tilden, Texas, and Fernley, Nev.

These new locations include pumps for gas and diesel fuel as well as several food, beverage and shopping options. Diesel exhaust fluid also will be available at the pump.

Amenities featured at the new locations include:

  • Pilot Travel Center in Grand Junction, located off Interstate 70 at exit 26: McDonald’s; PJ Fresh fast casual food offerings; eight diesel fuel lanes and two RV lanes; five showers, and 69 parking spaces for trucks
  • Pilot Travel Center in Tonkawa, located off Interstate 35 at exit 214: Taco Bell; PJ Fresh; eight diesel fuel lanes; seven showers, and 76 parking spaces for trucks
  • Pilot Travel Center in Tilden, located at 3096 State Highway 16: Subway; Cinnabon; PJ Fresh; six diesel fuel lanes; three showers, and 40 parking spaces for trucks
  • Flying J Travel Plaza in Fernley, located off Interstate 80 at exit 48: Denny’s; Cinnabon; eight diesel fuel lanes and two RV lanes; and seven showers.

The four new centers are in addition the more than 650 locations that Pilot Flying J already operates in the United States and Canada.

Pilot Flying J also announced the opening of its 100th Cinnabon location in Mebane, N.C..

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