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Classic Air Aviation

at Falcon Field Airport

Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • Aircraft ground handling
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangars
  • Hangar leasing / sales
  • Flight training
  • Aircraft rental
  • Aerial tours / aerial sightseeing
  • Aerial photography
  • Aircraft maintenance
  • Aircraft cleaning / washing / detailing
  • Aircraft parts
  • Aviation accessories
  • Aircraft sales / leasing / brokerage
  • Aircraft management
  • Catering
  • Pilot supplies
  • Flying club
  • Rental cars
  • Courtesy transportation
  • Courtesy cars (free for pilots to use in the local area)
  • Pilots lounge / snooze room
  • Public telephone
  • Computerized weather
  • Internet access
  • Restrooms
Contact information
Address:4805 E Falcon Drive
Mesa, AZ 85215
United States of America
Telephone: 602-574-5376
Fax:602-574-5376
Email:Sales@classicairaviation.com
Web site:www.ClassicAirAviation.com
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From Mike Stevenson on 07-Sep-2018

 
  I have been flying from Falcon Field since 2004 first as an instructor, then an aircraft owner, and now a renter. From a renter's perspective, Classic Aviation has been doing a great job offering variety of airplanes. Their primary business is instruction, obviously, but they keep a twin, a Cirrus (22 I think), an Arrow, and a pair of tailwheels available. Those planes don't fly nearly as much as the trainers but it's nice to have the option to take a "real" plane when the flight calls for something more than a Cherokee or 172. Highly recommend Classic Air for renters!
 
From Phil K. / St. Louis on 29-Apr-2018

 
  I contacted Classic Air Aviation FBO due to high overnight fee at Falcon Executive FBO. Falcon executive was $9 per night; however, Classic Air was almost twice that amount, $15 per night. My stay would have been $75 for a single engine aircraft! Paying that $75 (along with fuel)... It would have been cheaper for me to fly commercial from St. Louis to Phoenix than pay these exorbitant fees. Hope this helps others who are trying to justify maintaining their own airplane and going into FFZ. Also, Classic Air Aviation's charge for oxygen was $100. That $100 rate is gouging, and if they get it, more to them, else they will most likely price themselves out of business. For me and for next time, I'm now looking to fly into another area airport altogether.
 
 
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