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Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Pilots' lounge code is 2431
  • AWOS
  • Restrooms
  • Conference room meeting space for twenty people
  • Local restaurants might pick-up or cater groups
Aviation fuel services
Brand: independent
Fueling hours: 24/7/365, brand new self-serve pump with credit card reader
100LL Avgas Self service    $3.45
Prices include all taxes.
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Contact information
Address:209 Cedar St
Hearne, TX 77859
United States of America
Telephone: 979-412-1031
Comments from AirNav users
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From Ross Dupuis on 13-Nov-2017

  Only thing going for this place is cheap fuel! Nobody representing the airport on site, couldn't get into the building to use the restroom, FEMA has taken over the airport and don't really give way to planes. All in all, if you want a good runway and cheap fuel, they've got it. Other than that, keep going.
From Tim Fallon on 07-Apr-2017

  Good airport for no frills quick fill up. It would be nice if rest room facilities were available. Even a porta John would work....
From Ron Hart on 08-Sep-2016

  Nice, easy, and quick fuel stop. No other traffic or anyone to be seen anywhere, for that matter, but a nice fuel pit and clean air-conditioned lounge and bathroom. I wasn't looking for one, but remember, there is no courtesy car, and nothing is walkable, if you need to venture off for food or anything else in Hearne, and there is no food or even a vending machine in the lounge.
From Howie OShell on 12-Jul-2015

  I have a young man working for me as a mechanic. Great guy - bitten by the bug that has infected him with the love of flying. I bought a 172 for him to learn to fly in. He is nearing the finish line on his private. I took him on his dual night cross-country tonight. Not that it matters but we had VFR flight following and a squawk the whole way. RBD-LHB we landed about 9 PM at Hearne Texas for fuel. After topping off (9:20 ish) we pushed the plane back and we're just ready to engage the starter when the police come down the ramp. They demand my pilot's license, "health papers", origination, destination and relationship of passengers to one another. I was then asked how much flying time I had and if I owned my aircraft. The officer intimated we were suspicious being at the airport, in a plane that "time of day". Seriously? Buying cheap fuel at 9 PM makes you suspicious? Good Grief!
From Kelly Strader on 11-Jul-2015

  You are doing a great job at Hearne. Stopped by for some fuel savings. Keep up the good work.
From Chester Jurskis on 06-Jul-2015

  City manager says there is no courtesy transportation.... I informed him someone needs to update the AirNav listing. Still seems a good place to go for fuel.
From Bob Zeigler on 04-Jul-2015

  PLEASE remove the tangled "security" wire on the ladder, it makes it's use unsafe and is also too short to reach the opposite side tanks on most aircraft.
From Bob Zeigler on 13-Jun-2015

  Lowest fuel price in the USA.... Modern, efficient fueling facility, great little airport. ON/OFF is now marked on the switch.
From Ed Cole on 03-Apr-2015

  Nice place for fuel. Great price on 100LL. Agree with previous comment about ON-OFF switch. Plus, chain on ladder is too short to reach all aircraft fuel tanks.
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