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Tucumcari Municipal Airport

at Tucumcari Municipal Airport

  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangars
  • Hangar leasing / sales
  • Courtesy transportation
  • Courtesy cars (free for pilots to use in the local area)
  • Public telephone
  • Internet access
  • Restrooms
  • Camping on site
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Phillips 66
Fueling hours: during regular FBO business hours; call FBO for hours of operation
Fuel prices as last reported on 13-Nov-2017
100LL Avgas Assisted/Self Service    $4.50
Jet A Assisted/Self Service    $4.10
Discounts: Cash or Phillips 66 CC ($0.07) and volume over 350gal
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
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Contact information
Address:PO Box 1188
Tucumcari, NM 88401
United States of America
Telephone: 575-461-3229
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From Sheldon Upthegrove on 29-Sep-2017

  Stopped for fuel on the way from Deer Valley AZ KDVT to KRVS Tulsa as a 1/2 way point. You have to back taxi on the runways if landing away from the FBO. Decent price and they contacted me on the radio and asked if I wanted fuel. All systems in the FBO are really old, and took a while to run the credit card. They indicated the phones had been down for a week. Not a knock really, but this FBO is located at the corner of NO & WHERE, so don't expect to go eat. Fuel only.
From Matt Hahn on 17-Mar-2017

  Stopped here in a R44 on a flight from MI-CA. Nice little airport. The fella working there was friendly and helpful with the fuel pumping.
From David Frank on 02-Aug-2016

  Stopped in for business purposes and requested 200 gallons Jet-A single point. Maybe the attendant had a long or bad day but when I paid I might as well been dealing with a rock his personality was that good. Okay, so I paid and about 10 minutes later he was out front sitting in a chair watching an Army helicopter depart. There is our Citation XL with single point fuel cap dangling in the wind with fuel door wide open. I'm pretty sure he saw me shaking my head as I walked out to close it all up. No apology, nothing! As a matter of fact when I went back in he wasn't around. Not a safety issue as we always check that but I find it totally unprofessional. Wind can kick that cap around on the end of the retention chain and bang against the aircraft. Think next time I'll fuel through that airport. If you don't want to sale fuel that's okay with me, we won't buy from you. We just try to be nice and support smaller FBO's by buying some fuel.
From Carl Carpenter on 26-Jul-2016

  Great little airport!!! Radioed that I was inbound for fuel and the guy beat me to the fuel station. Not only that, the hotel picked us up and gave us a courtesy car. Will definitely visit again!
From Lydia Hambrick on 20-Jun-2016

  A most excellent and welcome stop on our way across! Great fuel prices and wonderful customer service. An oasis on our journey!
From Gregory McColley on 01-Jun-2016

  Great People, Great Visit. Stopped by KTCC for fuel enroute across the country. Ernie was waiting at the Self Serve Pump as we taxied from the Runway, and kindly handled the fueling providing needed feedback on the tank by tank consumption. Ernie kindly let us put our Archer in the Hanger shade for the 30 mins while we filed and recharged for the next leg. Definitely appreciate your service to Aviation, KTCC !!
From Carl Bevan on 29-Jan-2016

  We needed a fuel stop and a motel on my way to Palm Springs, CA from Tulsa, OK in my Mooney. I called TCC and talked to Ernie and Jim who gave me the name and number of two motels that offered pick up service. As we would be arriving well after closing hours, Jim even offered to leave us the courtesy car for overnight if we could have it back first thing the next morning and we gratefully took him up on it. The next morning he greatly assisted in the topping off my Mooney at the self-serve pump. Couldn't ask for better service.
From Dan Robertson on 04-May-2015

  We stopped at TCC early last week for fuel and food and were greeted at the fuel pump as we taxied in. Some of the buttons on the fuel kiosk need extra pressure to work properly, but our assistant made sure everything went smoothly. Their crew car (retired cop car) was available, and we got to enjoy a good meal in town.
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