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Contra Costa County (FBO)

Byron Airport
500 Eagle Court
Byron, CA 94514
United States of America

Fax 925-513-0749

550 Sally Ride Drive
Attn: Steve Callahan-Operations
Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • Airport management
  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangar leasing / sales
  • Passenger terminal and lounge
  • Computerized weather
  • Internet access
  • Restrooms
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Phillips 66
Fueling hours: 24 hours a day
100LL Avgas Self service    $4.05
Prices include all taxes.
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Comments from AirNav users
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From Ron Klutts on 16-Oct-2017

  The Phillps66 pump doesn't accept their own branded credit card. I've tried on 3 separate trips and had to use another card, which always works. I've called Phiipps66 customer service to escalate the issue and get it resolved but nothing yet.
From Fred Mann on 21-May-2017

  A nice airport with good gas prices. However, there is NO drinking water inside the terminal building and no vending machine to kill one's thirst on a 95-degree day! So if you are thirstier than your plane, you may want to go elsewhere. Friendly people around.
From Roy Roberts on 03-Oct-2016

  Easy self serve with good price, clean terminal
From Don Ferguson on 17-Aug-2016

  C83 consistently has the lowest or nearly the lowest fuel prices around, self-serve only. The single pump is accessible and I rarely need to wait even for one airplane to finish, especially on weekdays. This makes it an outstanding alternative to the high avgas prices at KLVK, KHWD, etc. C83 is wholly worth a fuel stop on your way into or out of the Inner Bay Area. However, C83 has NO TAXIWAY LIGHTS so you'll need your landing/taxi light(s) or a flashlight on dark nights.
From Jason Stalnaker on 08-Mar-2016

  Nice place to get fuel great prices, and nice people. Mostly you can't find fuel prices as steadily priced as there! 4 stars only because the fuel ramp pump is mostly a battle with the hose to get it out or worse back in, other than that it's a great place!
From Larry Tabor on 16-Nov-2015

  I'm a 10-year tenant. Along with the low fuel prices, the current staff really bends over backwards to help with any issues. The recent re-surfacing and re-painting of the entire airport have turned our space into a spectacular home base. The county should be proud-thank you Steve and crew.
From Matthew Gast on 16-Nov-2015

  This rating is relative to what you should expect. The county owns the fuel system, and consistently has some of the lowest prices in the Bay Area. Only 100LL; the jet team and the skydivers truck in Jet-A for their own use. Other than that, there's not much in the way of facilities. In the terminal building (building with the blue awning to the west of the fuel pump, past the big hangar) there's a restroom. It's open as long as the airport is staffed. If not, continue west to the first row of hangars and there's a restroom that's generally open.
From Sunny Sethi on 27-Apr-2015

  County guy in truck needs to undergo some behavior training and attitude adjustment.

Response from Steve Callahan, Lead Airport Operations Specialist, Contra Costa County (FBO)
Mr. Sethi, We are sorry to hear that your visit to Byron Airport was less than exceptional. Please contact Keith Freitas, Director of Airports, at (925) 681-4205 to provide additional details on what changes we can make to provide better customer service. Thank you.

From Glenn Swiatek on 16-Apr-2015

  Stopped by for some gas. The guy in the county truck still keeps an eye out. Byron has installed an additional electric read out sign showing the gas price and how much you pumped. The same info shows up on the receipt. Kinda funny though, the sign and receipt totaled 30.09 gal. But the mechanical display on the pump showed 28.6. 5.2 % difference depending on the divisor. Close enough for government work?

Response from Steve Callahan, Lead Airport Operations Specialist, Contra Costa County (FBO)
Mr. Swiatek, we sincerely apologize for your inconvenience when fueling at Byron Airport. Last week, when we were notified that our fuel meter was not registering the correct amount of fuel pumped, we placed the system out of service and had it repaired. Please contact our office at (925) 681-4200 for a refund for any charges over the amount pumped. We value your business and appreciate you fueling at the Byron Airport. If ever you need assistance, have a concern or question; please contact our office or stop the "guy in the County truck" and we will do everything we can to address your question or concern.

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