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Hooey, LLC

at Mid Valley Airpark

  • Aviation fuel
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Phillips 66
Fueling hours: 24 hours a day
Fuel prices as last reported on 15-Jul-2017
100LL Avgas Self service    $4.25
Discounts: airpark residents

Due to computer changes within the MasterCard system, We can no longer accept MasterCard at this terminal.
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
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Contact information
Address:4118 Elaine Drive
Los Lunas, NM 87031
United States of America
Telephone: 505-610-3676
Comments from AirNav users
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From Gary Williams on 31-Dec-2015

  Just a follow up to my comments about a possible fraud charge from my fuel purchase at Mid-Valley. I contacted Kirk Winker the operator at Mid-Valley and he was very responsive. The extra charge was generated and dropped 24 hours later based on the automated card system. Seems when you punch in Gal requested it does a preliminary charge at full amount then charges the actual and the preliminary drops of later. Kurt at Hooey was very responsive and concerned that all was corrected. Great service, Great fuel prices, nice little airport. Will use again.

Response from Kurt Winker, Hooey, LLC
When you run your credit card through the swipe, it asks you how many gallons you want. This way, the Credit Card can be authorized for that amount. The card companies call it a "Pending Transaction" if you were to go look at your account right then. When you reach that limit or stop pumping, the computer then sends in the amount of actual sale. If you pump the amount of fuel that you first entered, that "pending Charge" will be verified as a purchase, and you will only see the one charge. If you pump fewer gallons than approved for, a separate purchase transaction is sent to your card company. The "approved" amount you entered will not be verified as a purchase, and will time out. Some card companies take longer than others for this "pending Approval" to drop off. If you have any questions about your purchase, don't hesitate to call. We want to make sure your sales are safe and secure also!

From Gary Williams on 30-Dec-2015

  Dropped into Mid Valley on a short trip from Las Cruces back to KAEG because of the great fuel prices and I had to use Mid Valley during PP training because itís short. Only problem is two days later a bogus charge was made on my card at the same pump. I contacted Hooey, LLC to let them know and had to block my card for fraud. Sorry, not sure how it happened as I closed out my purchase and had the receipt.
From Drew Gillett on 23-Jun-2015

  Excelent fuel price and all equip worked. Outhouse had paper towels and toilet paper and was half full. There is now a bicycle and hobby shop on field not open Mon or Tues and a model train club.
From Bill Gardner on 20-Jan-2015

  I still like this little place. Keep in mind, it's a residential airpark and owners are kind enough to let us transient pilots buy fuel at one of the best local prices. Narrow 4300' N/S runway at 4800' MSL with trees at both ends, but adequate in our SEL. Making a coast-to-coast round trip, it was one of the busier Unicom fields I encountered. BTW, the "port-a-potty" was even fuller than on my last trip :-O
From Gerald Blank on 19-Jan-2015

  A terrific fuel stop on 1/16/2015. Just terrific. 100LL only. I even got a tiedown from friendly local folks Sue and Ray and crew. Saved a ton of money over going into Albuquerque or Double Eagle. All in all, this was a wonderful experience.
From Bill Gardner on 01-Sep-2014

  Cool little "Mom & Pop" airport alongside the Rio Grande and a busy little country road. It was fairly busy on a holiday morning too. Wanted to try that breakfast burrito mentioned on a previous post, but didn't want to run across the runway and grass to cross the highway. Will you like E98? Depends on your expectations. Just a self-serve fuel terminal and a port-a-potty that's way overdue for an emptying. But the fuel system worked well and the receipt printer too, two things you don't always get at small airports. I liked it and would certainly come back. Albuquerque Approach was very helpful with a re-route from my San Marcos Texas arrival with lower terrain and a short cut from the south up alongside the river instead of the DUATS route through the East Pass near ABQ. Use a Phillips 66 credit card, and that price drops another ten cents a gallon.
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