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Tehachapi Municipal Airport

at Tehachapi Municipal Airport

  • Airport management
  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • GPU / Power cart
  • Passenger terminal and lounge
  • Aircraft cleaning / washing / detailing
  • Pilots lounge / snooze room
  • Public telephone
  • Computerized weather
  • Internet access
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Aviation fuel services
Brand: independent
Fueling hours: 24 hours a day
Fuel prices as last reported on 06-Nov-2018
100LL Avgas Self service    $4.87 Reported by the FBO
Jet A Self service    $4.00 Reported 08-Oct-2018 by the FBO
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
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Contact information
Address:115 South Robinson Street
Tehachapi, CA 93561-1722
United States of America
Telephone: 661-822-2200
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From Bill Gardner on 29-Aug-2018

  We're here every year or so to visit family. Fuel prices at $4.79 today were slightly higher than our home field in Las Vegas, so I opted not to refuel our Bonanza. Saw a sign about overnight fees and checked it out. It's an overnight fee for CAMPING at $5, not aircraft overnight parking. No one answered Unicom at 9AM on a Tuesday. Still a nice little country airport. BTW, the auto entry gate code is changed every once in awhile and today is now 4289.
From Craig Morton on 05-Jan-2017

  Woo Hoo! Cheap gas is back at TSP! Guess the city finally figured out how price-sensitive pilots are and how easy it is to gas up someplace else. Unfortunately the Apple Shed has closed. Hopefully it will reopen under new management soon.
From Joe Nance on 07-Nov-2016

  Very nice airport within walking distance to some great restaurants in town. They have lowered their 100LL to $4.10, which is lower than most in the area. A fantastic maintenance facility called Hangar 51 owned by Ken Hetge. Can't say enough good things about Ken & Della at Hangar 51!
From Joe Labrie on 08-Jul-2016

  With regards to the remark of July 7, 2016.... It is unbelievable that a City Official would turn the aviation business away with such little regard for the commercial interests of the community he serves. I guess I will get my fuel and food from other places than Tehachapi. This is very unfortunate and really too bad.
From James Haney on 07-Jul-2016

  Shocking high fuel prices brings shocking response from city manager: I route through KTSP when traveling from Nor Cal to So Cal for fuel and ribs at the Red Barn. I spent over $1,100 last year in Tehachapi on fuel and ribs. Yesterday, I called the City Manager Greg Garrett to ask why the fuel price at KTSP was $1 to $1.35 higher than Big Bear, Chino, and El Monte (county owned). The manager stated that flying is an expensive hobby and that the City decided that they needed a bigger profit off of fuel sales. I stated that to fuel my 182 will cost $80 to $100 more to top off at KTSP and this would be a large factor in seeking fuel and local commerce elsewhere. To my shock, the City Manager suggested that I seek fuel elsewhere. Wonder what the Red Barn and Apple Shed would think about this; local official sabotaging local commerce.
From Jim Engeseth on 25-Jan-2016

  I agree about the fuel prices being average now. I used to fly from my home base to Tehachapi for the lower fuel prices. The savings would allow me to "Fly the mission" and go into town for lunch. Now the fuel prices are the same as my home base. Big Bear (L35) here I come to spend my money in your community
From Jim Danhakl on 17-Dec-2015

  Fuel prices (Jet A) at TSP used to be the best deal around. I used to fly out of my way to refuel there and sometimes brave crazy winds to get those good rates. Now they are just average. No longer do they make the "Great Deals Fuel Report" in AirNav. Currently Jet A is almost a full dollar a gallon higher than at Temecula, and just average relative to most other places - thus sadly it does not warrant the special trips anymore. Not sure what happened here - I've seen it before. Maybe operation cost go up - or maybe just simple profit motive and figure they can up the price and no one will notice or care - Trust me - we notice! An explanation would be great and much appreciated. But the best thing would be to bring back the same relative great deal rates you used to have! Thanks!
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