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AIRPORT RATES

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RATES

Below you can find any definitions, rates & fees when you fly with TPL. For any other questions or concerns, contact us here.

For updated fuel costs, follow this link.

Jet A, Prist, and Avgas Available
Full Service: 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Daily
Self Service: 24 Hours / 7 Days
Phone: 254-298-5770
AvFuel Contract Fuel Available

workers woking on an airplane at Dragon-Miller Regional Airport in Temple Texas

PRICING TABLE

T-Hangars

Small: $250.00 per night

Medium: $250.00 per night

Large: $300.00 per night

Signatory Commercial: $0.40 per 1,000 lbs MGLW

Non-Signatory Commercial: $0.55 per 1,000 lbs MGLW with a $3.25 minimum.

Overnight/Daily

Rates may be waived with purchase of fuel

General Aviation

< 12,500 MGLW: $10.00 per night

12,500 to 50,000 MGLW: $20.00 per night

50,000 + MGLW: $30.00 per night

Commercial Aviation

Signatory: Negotiated In Lease Agreement

Non-Signatory

< 50,000 MGLW: $50.00 per night

50,000 to 100,000: $100.00 per night

100,000 +: $150.00 per night

Long Term

Single Engine: $75.00 per month

Twin Engine: $100.00 per month

Others: Negotiated by Airport Director

Unimproved Land: $0.15 per sq. ft.

Improved Land: $0.30 per sq. ft.

Existing Structure: Negotiated by City Manager

Existing Hangar: Negotiated by City Manager

After Hours Call-Out: $100.00

Improved Land: $50.00 per 1⁄2 hour, $25.00 Start Up Fee

Aircraft Tow Fee: $30.00

Fuel Flowage Fee: $0.30 per gallon

Aircraft Recovery: $75.00 per hour

RELEVANT DEFINITIONS

Fuel that is delivered into an aircraft, container, and/or tank that is not purchased from the airport FBO must pay an off-airport fee per gallon.

Land that has been developed for use that include, but not limited to, grading, utility access, access to existing paved surfaces

An aircraft’s Maximum Gross Landing Weight

Air Carriers and all Air Cargo Carriers not having an executed lease agreement or operating agreement with the city and/or airport.

Air Carriers providing scheduled passenger service at the Airport and occupying space within the Terminal Building under Short Term Leases or as subtenants thereof, and all air cargo carriers with direct agreements with the State Department of Transportation providing for the development and use of cargo facilities at the Airport and subtenants thereof.

Land without basic services to utilities and paved services that may need grading.

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Where can we take you?

Places to Eat

Megg’s Café (American Cuisine/Breakfast)