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From David Morris
I called ahead because we would arrive after hours and I was hoping to use the courtesy car. Bad weather was in the forecast for later that evening. The airport manager arranged a car for me and also for use of an apron hangar for my Mooney. It rained like crazy that night and tornados were spotted in the same storm system. The airport has excellent facilities for general aviation pilots. The next morning I read a sign which advised, for aircraft which topped off, free use of courtesy car, up to three nights free aircraft parking, and one free night apron hangar. Additional nights were just $5 a night. All in all, a very appealing set of incentives to visit or overnight at Farmington, MO.
From Greg Hopp
Stopped there on an overnight 8/31/18 after hours and Chuck had the loaner car there waiting for us. You call a phone number to gain access to the facility - turns out it's the police department and the very nice lady on the other end took my information and let me in. Excellent FBO could have slept in the comfy crew chairs if we'd had to. Lots of hotels and eats just up the road. I found the airport located in a rather scenic area too.
From Michael Mcgrath
Dropped in for a nearby event, and despite not needing any fuel Chuck was very gracious and loaned us a crew car for a couple of hours to get there. I would have to say facility and service was outstanding, it would be a great stop on a cross country with great people!
From John Moran
Planned a fuel stop here on a Saturday. Landed min fuel and found the fuel pump to be INOP. One of the local pilots said they have been having issues with it. Of course the airport did not publish a NOTAM. And of course no one from the airport was available on a weekend. AVOID IF AT ALL POSSIBLE.