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Quincy-Gadsden Airport Authority

at Quincy Municipal Airport

  • Airport management
  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangars
  • Passenger terminal and lounge
  • Courtesy cars (free for pilots to use in the local area)
  • Public telephone
  • Computerized weather
  • Restrooms
  • Camping on site
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Phillips 66
Fueling hours: 24 hours a day
Fuel prices as last reported on 05-Feb-2020
100LL Avgas Self service    $3.95
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
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Contact information
Address:PO Box 1905
Quincy, FL 32353-1905
United States of America
Telephone: 850-627-2112
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From Louis Ballerstedt on 18-Nov-2019

  On our way from Texas to south Florida, we reached QUINCY late afternoon for refueling. Besides very attractive fuel prices, we were offered the courtesy car for the night, as we intended to sleep in Quincy. As they are not far from I10, there a few hotels close by as well as a few restaurants to pick from. This is a super friendly small airport with all you need and a smile....
From Lloyd Webb on 11-Jun-2019

  Landed here on the way to my home field in Tampa due to weather. What a neat down home place. I was treated very well. The manager lent me the crew cab to get lunch. The airport does not have a taxi way, so plan on taxing across the grass to the terminal.
From Galen Cawley on 06-Nov-2017

  Very courteous and accommodating. Allowed us to use a courtesy van overnight. Allowed us to park airplane in a shaded open hangar. Best fuel prices around. Close to Tallahassee. They maintain a prime example of southern hospitality, and we will come back.
From Edward Maybury on 20-Oct-2017

  Dropped in for fuel- excellent prices, easy self serve. After landing on asphalt, you need to taxi across the parallel grass runway to get to the fuel pump and FBO. Watch for the runway sidelights. I've never done grass Ops before, it was no big deal taxiing across grass with full up elevator. Not sure I'd want to try it if it was pouring rain recently. Very friendly pilots at the field. Bring change if you want to buy food from vending machines- no dollars were being accepted when I was there. Quick in and out, easy access to bathroom facilities. I flew a T-34B in without a problem.
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