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UCM Aviation

at Skyhaven Airport

Operated by the University of Central Missouri Department of Aviation. A full service FBO managed by aviation professionals and a dedicated staff of pro-pilot students.

Your purchase helps support the next generation of pilots!
Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • Full service fuel, AVGAS and JET A+
  • Vending, kitchenette, restrooms
  • Aircraft Repair Station (Part 145)
  • Pilot Supplies
  • Flight planning computer and WiFi
  • Aircraft pre-heat
  • Aircraft Tie-Downs
  • Pilot School (Part 141)
  • Flight Training (Part 61)
  • Aircraft Rental
  • Tailwheel training
  • UCM Glider rides and training
  • UCM Banner towing for hire
  • GPU, 28V, amps start 2000/800 amps cont.
Aviation fuel services
Brand: EPIC
Fueling hours: Weekdays - 0700-1800
Saturday - 0800 - 1700
Sunday - 0900 - 1600
After Hours: 660 422-1110
Please call ahead if you require services.
Closed on holidays - Call ahead
100LL Avgas Full service    $4.20   $4.199
Jet A Full service    $2.50   $2.499
Prices include all taxes.
Call ahead if your fuel stop is critical
Comfirm rental cars delivered before arrival
Airport does not arrange rental cars.

NOTE: Skyhaven Terminal permanently closed.
Temporary Terminal/FBO is located in the building with the red barn roof.  
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Contact information
Address:160 NW 251st Rd
Warrensburg, MO 64093
United States of America
Telephone: 660-543-4921
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From James Schrag on 08-Jul-2016

  A buddy and I were flying my J3 Cub to AirVenture in 2015 when a thunderstorm ahead of us forced us to weather it out on the ground at Skyhaven Airport. They were most accommodating getting us re-fueled and tied down, and they had a nice pilots lounge with computers for keeping an eye on the weather. When it cleared, we had to abort our takeoff run due to a stuck exhaust valve. Back on the ramp, they were again very helpful providing us with the necessary tools free of charge to fix the airplane (We are both A&P mechanics.) Even though the situation cost us some time, the experience was kept positive largely in part to the hospitality shown us. We'll probably make a fuel stop there again this year even though in a different airplane.
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