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Pontiac Flying Service

at Pontiac Municipal Airport

  • Airport management
  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Passenger terminal and lounge
  • Flight training
  • Aircraft rental
  • Aircraft maintenance
  • Aircraft parts
  • Catering
  • Pilot supplies
  • ...
Aviation fuel services
Brand: independent
Fueling hours: during regular FBO business hours, plus after hours call-out service (with prior arrangement and/or a callout fee); call FBO for details
Fuel prices as last reported on 28-May-2020
100LL Avgas Full service    $3.61
Jet A Full service    $3.21
Discounts: No discounts, FBO hours are 8-5 Mon.-Fri., 8-12 Sat. and closed on Sundays.
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
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Contact information
Address:15801 E. 2000 N. Rd.
Pontiac, IL 61764-3423
United States of America
Telephone: 815-842-3738
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Comments from AirNav users
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From Mike Gerdes on 16-Sep-2018

  Outstanding service. Scott arranged a courtesy car for me on Sunday when they were closed. When city used the car, he called me and arranged another. Went flawlessly. Thanks for the great customer service!
From Douglas Pouk on 23-May-2018

  Great service. Flown in 3 times this year and have had an outstanding experience each time. The airport is clean and well maintained, full service fuel, and a great friendly staff.
From Dave Grant on 07-May-2018

  Thanks to Pontiac Flying Service for sponsoring the pancake & sausage fly in breakfast My 6, 2018.In spite of rain outside the hangar the atmosphere was sunny inside. Food was great and volunteers did an excellent job. Was a very good morning for us. Thanks again.
From Martin S. on 05-Jul-2017

  This is probably the worst airport for service in Illinois. Stopped in for fuel only and was greeted by the manager. (Scott) This guy is completely over the top rude. He needs to go see how a real small town FBO is ran because he has a lot to learn. I'm glad my wife and son were with me. Scott can get some people skill pointers from his line guy Larry. I will be sure to blast this business and airport to every pilot I know so as to never use your service. After seeing the other comment about this place I guess I should have known better than to stop in PNT. Lesson learned. Too bad there isn't more space here to write a dissertation of the events.

Response from Scott Petersen, Owner, Pontiac Flying Service
Martin S. I was sarcastic and I apologize for that. I don't apologize for calling you out though on your decision as to where to park your aircraft when you arrived. You taxied past at least a dozen empty parking T's and parked and shut your aircraft down smack dab in the middle of the taxiway leading from the runway to the T hangars. You also parked next to two signs in front of the FBO that said NO PARKING. I'm guessing that if you extend some professional courtesy to others that use the airport and I think you will find people will treat you much nicer. Again, I apologize for the sarcasm and I am sorry for that.

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