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Redbird Skyport

San Marcos Municipal Airport
2080 Airport Dr

San Marcos, TX

Phone: 512-878-6670
Fax: 512-396-0029
Web site:

The information presented here is provided by, and is the responsibility of, the FBO or business listed here. Corrections or suggestions should be directed to this business, or to Manager: Update your listing.

Contact and Business Information

Unicom frequency:
ARINC frequency:130.85
Monitoring airport CTAF: Yes
  • Mon - Sun, 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Credit Cards:AvCard, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, UVAir, Phillips, Diners Club, Carte Blanche, US Bank Multiservice


100LL (Phillips)$5.24Full Service01/02/15 Source: FBO manager
Jet-A-Premix (Phillips)$4.49Full Service05/11/15 Source: FBO manager
100LL (Unknown)$5.24FULL Serve05/17/15 Source:
Jet-A (Unknown)$4.49FULL Serve05/17/15 Source:

AOPA does not verify the accuracy of manager-provided prices.

Equipment Sales

New aircraft:  Redbird Simulators


Not available to the general public

Simulator:  Procedures Trainer




Line Services:  Cargo, GPU, Catering, Lavatory Service, Quick-turn Service, Oxygen Bottled, Ground Handling, Concierge, Oxygen Bulk, Detailing, Nitrogen, Water
Amenities:  Refreshments & Snack Vending, Pilot Supplies, Lounge, Rest Rooms, Weather Briefing Flight Planning Kiosk, Cafe, Internet, Snooze, Shower, Coffee, Ice, Conference Room, FAA Publications
Internet Access: Wireless (Free), Workstation (Free)Transportation:  Courtesy Car, Crew Car, Rental Car
Rental Agency: 

Flight Training

FAA Classification:Part 141, Part 61
Approved for VA Training:Unknown
Affiliated College / University:
Services:  Computerized Testing, Ground School, Examiner, Intro Flight, Simulator

Training Opportunities

Certifications:  Private Pilot
Ratings:  Instrument
Other advanced training:  Emergency Maneuvers, Upset Recovery

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