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Wright Brothers Aviation

at Mitchell Municipal Airport

Services
  • Aviation fuel
  • Oxygen service
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangars
  • Hangar leasing / sales
  • Passenger terminal and lounge
  • Flight training
  • Aircraft rental
  • Aerial tours / aerial sightseeing
  • Aircraft charters
  • ...
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Phillips 66
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 22-Sep-2022
100LL Avgas Full service    $7.10
Jet A Full service    $6.55
 
Discounts: Cash
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
 
 
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Contact information
Address:5971 Hangar Road
Mitchell, SD 57301
United States of America
Telephone: 605-996-1228
Web site:wrightbrothersaviation.com
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Comments from AirNav users
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From Steve Schoettle on 10-Nov-2021

 
  The wonderful staff at Wright Brothers never ceases to amaze me! On my departure day, Oct. 20, of course, it was raining to beat the band. Waiting it out in the office of the FBO, I was amazed to see Roger, the partner, and head mechanic out in full rain gear, pulling my plane into a hangar where I could load it without drowning! I did, waited a bit longer, and when there was slight break in the weather, he came back, pulled me and the plane out to the taxiway, where I could start up, and head out. Always service above and beyond at this wonderful FBO!
 
From Daryl Heusinkveld on 20-Jul-2021

 
  Great FBO. Had a van to use for the evening and loading our airplane the next morning. Attendant was very helpful and after we loaded the airplane he towed it to the gas pump. They could not have been more accommodating.
 
From Brent Combs on 29-Mar-2021

 
  My wife, son and I flew into KMHE for the first time yesterday afternoon. (Sunday) Bryan, the attendant directed us in front of the FBO and graciously topped off the tanks in our 182. I had called earlier about using the courtesy van and he had it all lined up for us when we arrived. He even tied our plane down for us as we went on our way. It's awesome to have small town service like this when you fly into a new airport. The courtesy van was much nicer than a lot of them and it was very clean. We will be back.
 
From Steve Schoettle on 25-Oct-2020

 
  Great people, great service, great location for pheasant hunting season. They have helped me so much over the years with various problems. Arrived at airport for departure in a pretty good snowstorm. My plane, a Cherokee Six, was in tie down, with a fair amount of snow, ice on wings. No problem. They pulled me into the heated hangar, blew off the snow, and dried the remaining water so it would not refreeze. Was able to catch a gap in the weather, and head south. They always go over the top in service. Service above and beyond.
 
From Steven Thomas on 18-Dec-2019

 
  Arrival was fine. Departure left a lot to be desired. Requested a top-off and the left tank wasn't even to the lowest tab. Was charge for 2 gallons more than my plane would even hold. $20 to plug in my preheat for an hour before our arrival.

Response from Roger Gebel, Manager, Wright Brothers Aviation
Mr. Thomas, I topped off this aircraft myself. I put approximately 17 gals per side in tanks that have a capacity of 36 gals each. They were completely full when done. The airplane was put into the hangar. We grabbed some of our extension cords and plugged in the Lt. & Rt. engine heaters for a morning departure. Weather was an issue that morning, so they stayed another day and overnight. Two days later when we went to pull the airplane out of the hangar the lineman noted that there was fuel stains on the floor. Could be why his Lt. tank was down. He asked if we had a mechanic on staff. He was informed we did. No other services were requested. Then they departed.


 
 
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