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Rectrix Aerodrome Centers, Inc.

 
Rectrix offers the very best facility; the safest ramp and the very best employees in the industry. No gimmicks; no name changes; no change of ownership every few years and no mortgages. Simply, no illusion here. We are - Rectrix - and we provide our customers the very best service!

Rectrix Aerodrome Centers opened its first FBO facility in September 2005. The Hyannis facility features more than 22,000 square feet of heated hangar space designed to accommodate large aircraft. Rectrix can provide for transient or based aircraft needs. Build to suit, Class A office space is available to accommodate your flight department's individual needs, and also offers ideal proximity to the metropolitan areas of the northeast at lower-overall costs. This facility is designed to serve the discerning traveler offering plush pilot and passenger lounges, a crew rest-room, flight planning facilities, and stylish conference and meeting facilities, all of which are adorned with world-class finishes.

For more information regarding the Rectrix Aerodrome Centers in Hyannis please contact hyamail@rectrix.aero or via phone at 508-771-7520.
 
 
Barnstable Municipal Airport-Boardman/Polando Field
ASRI 128.825

Barnstable Municipal Airport - KHYA
730 Barnstable Road
Hyannis, MA 02601
United States of America

508-771-7520
Fax 508-771-7522

hyamail@rectrix.aero
www.rectrix.aero

For Charter Requests, please visit our website http://www.flyrectrix.com to request a quote, or Call our Corporate office at 978-341-0400.

Current Hours of Operation are Sunday-Saturday 0700-1900 . Please call 508-771-7520 for after hours arrangements.

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Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • Superior aircraft handling and full concierge services
  • First Class / World Class facility focused on the comfort of our Guests
  • A compliment of aircraft services including:
  • Ground power
  • Lav services
  • Potable water
  • In-flight Catering - refrigeration available
  • Secure private aircraft apron
  • Exclusive flight briefing room
  • Heated hangar space designed for large aircraft
  • Separate passenger and pilot lounges
  • Quality finishes and furnishing not seen in any other east coast FBO
  • Aircraft charter available
  • Build to suit office space with first class conference and meeting rooms
  • A strategic central location convenient to all Northeast markets
  • Massachusetts has no aircraft sales or use taxes
  • Jet-A - Agreement only
  • 100LL
  • AOG Maintenance Support
Aviation fuel services
Brand: World Fuel Services
Fueling hours: Hours of Operation are Sunday-Friday 0600-2200 & Saturday 0700-2000 Please call 508-771-7520 for after hours arrangements.
 
Fuel prices as last reported on 06-Aug-2018
100LL Avgas Full service    $5.00
Jet A Restricted    $4.81
 
Discounts: Ramp and 2 overnight fees waived with minimum 100LL fuel purchase!
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
Rectrix is only allowed to dispense Jet-A into its own aircraft in HYA.  
 
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Comments from AirNav users
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From Mark Dymond on 14-Aug-2018

 
  Stopped in for a top off, one of the lowest 100LL prices in the region. We took about 28 gal, no ramp or svc charges. Gal at the desk was so nice and gracious! Didn’t make us feel like 'squatters' cause we don't do kerosene. The Facility is flat out gorgeous. There was a lot of impressive iron on the ramp!
 
From Rob Basile on 27-Oct-2017

 
  We used Rectrix for our recent stay in Cape Cod. All I can say is that this FBO is the one that all others should be judged by. Their service was exemplary and their willingness to help outstanding. From the friendly and courteous ramp personnel to the excellent CSR's behind the counter, everyone went out of their way to make our stay and use of their facilities an enjoyable experience. We arrived in our small A36 Bonanza, but were treated the same as the GIV we shared the ramp with. Over the week that we were there, we did buy fuel multiple times for the many day trips we took throughout New England, but the price was as good as anywhere in the area and the service was top notch. We were not charged any ramp fee, but this would be understandable for the quality of the facility and for those who do not need to, or chose to purchase fuel. I cannot say enough good things about these people, we will definitely return to Rectrix on our next trip to the Cape.
 
From Barry Smith on 05-Sep-2017

 
  Not friendly to GA piston aircraft. I was on the east side and Air Cape Cod was closed as usual and a sign referred customers to Rectrix (their parent company) for service. Called them for fuel and was told that they were busy. I asked how long for fuel then said 15 to 20 minutes. Called back 30 minutes later, got the other person on duty and was told they didn't know how long it would be as they only had two people on. This was Labor Day weekend and seemed like poor scheduling. I asked if I should go elsewhere and they said yes.
 
From Jeff Kirsch on 30-Jul-2017

 
  This is not a place for GA aircraft to go, unless you arrive in a Gulfstream. They had virtually no spots to park, wanted me to chock in a spot 5' from a business jet that was spooling up to leave, and had to scramble to get a van to get us to the remote island that we eventually were able to chock. Terrible.

Response from Richard A. Cawley CEO, Rectrix Aerodrome Centers, Inc.
Mr. Kirsch, You failed to mention that you were very rude to our employees; that you did not spend a nickel with us as we waived your fees. Perhaps next time, you can be more courteous. And say – THANK YOU. And your last sentence makes no sense whatsoever – that we had to scramble to get a van to get you to a remote island that you eventually were able to chock. I did not know that a van can get you to a remote island and you chocked that island. We are in the service business and we treat all our customers with the highest amount of respect. One would expect that customer to practice the same.


 
From Steven Atlass on 26-Jun-2016

 
  Great facility, nice people. Happy to pay the price for quality. Fee is waived with only 20 gallons of fuel.
 
From Rod Kunkel on 20-Oct-2015

 
  I also failed to review AirNav comments before my trip to HYA this past weekend. When I heard the ramp fee starting with "Fift ..." I was sure I heard $15. Imagine my surprise. But I quickly realized the $50 was waived with the purchase of a minimum amount of fuel ... The profit on which is obviously much less than $50. I sympathize with the very valid arguments of paying for good service, needing to cover expenses, and unfair monopolies. My confusion is that the $50 ramp fee is so out of line vs. competition and so easily avoidable, I just don't understand how it is part of a sustainable business model. Looking back, a great visit. I'll probably return (and buy fuel).
 
From Doug Robinson on 28-Aug-2015

 
  Beware of fees! Call ahead. Turboprop for 10-minute stop to drop passenger on 8/26 was $342.99 tax included. Also airport processing fee of $23.18. Total cost for two planned stops at Rectrix 8/26 8/27 would have been $732.34! This terrible rating is due to fees but people at FBO are competent and facility is nice.

Response from Richard Cawley, CEO, Rectrix Aerodrome Centers, Inc.
Mr. Robinson, Your rant reminded me of a song titled "Mrs. Robinson" by Simon and Garfunkel, here is the second verse to Mrs. Robinson: "We'd like to know a little bit about you for our files, We'd like to help you learn to help yourself. Look around you all you see are sympathetic eyes, Stroll around the grounds until you feel at home." So take a stroll around Rectrix until you feel at home. You will see first-hand our wonderful employees and how we maintain our facilities. Then take a stroll around HYA and you will see the sympathetic eyes you want as a result of your comment. Look, truth be told, a little humor is always fun. Bottom line: The Town of Barnstable has a monopoly on jet fuel and is the only entity that can sell it. As such, FBO's in HYA have to charge fees in order to pay its employees and to make a profit. Please take your concerns to the FAA as they are the ones who allow a monopoly.


 
From Carsten S. on 23-Aug-2015

 
  Beware. $50 ramp fee for dropping a passenger in a single engine piston. I dropped my wife off. We were on the ramp for 10 minutes, and Rectrix insisted on a $50.00 ramp fee. Unfortunately I didn't call ahead or check comments from other AirNav users ahead of time. To be clear, the people were nice. The facility was good. I would be happy to pay half that fee, but $50 strikes me as unreasonable.

Response from Richard Cawley, CEO, Rectrix Aerodrome Centers, Inc.
Carsten S., I love the word you used – BEWARE! We also use that word when dealing with individuals who do not understand that Rectrix charges this fee in order to pay our employees above minimum wage as well as their health and dental benefits. We also carry 200M in liability insurance. Most understand when you use a service, they expect to pay for it. Another option for you would be Air Cape Cod or Griffin Avionics. They are very nice people and maybe they charge less than $50.00. Further, the Barnstable Airport Commission has the monopoly on jet fuel, thus taking away from the FBO’s any chance of reducing all of our fees across the board. Perhaps you can write to the FAA and ask them to negate the monopoly language that HYA and others have. Think about it. An allowed monopoly! If you have any questions pertaining to this, please call me at 781-274-0400


 
 
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