Maximum Certified Takeoff

Gross Weight

Landing FeeOvernight

12,501 lbs. to 

19,999 lbs.

$50$20

20,000 lbs. to

29,999 lbs.

$120$40

30,000 lbs. to

59,999 lbs.

$220$50

60,000 lbs. to

89,999 lbs.

$320$90
90,000 lbs. and above$475$110


No fees for DRT based aircraft, Federal, or State

***Hangar Space Availability***

We currently have hangar space availability for Long-Term and Temporary rentals.

Community Hangar: 1 aircraft space

And we have 1 spot open for temporary stays


Please call our office (830) 768-0898 for details regarding price and space for specific aircraft.

Ask for Ruby, Cesar, or Jacob.

Aviation

NOTICE

On September 2016, the City Council of the City of Del Rio, Texas implemented airport usage Landing/Overnight Fees for certain weight aircrafts.

On March 8th, 2022 the City Council approved an update of the current airport usage fees for transient aircrafts with a maximum gross takeoff weight starting at 12,501 lbs. The current fees still apply until the update takes effect on March 21, 2022.

Below are the updated amounts that will take effect beginning on March 21, 2022.

          1102 W 10th St, Del Rio, TX 78840  P: 830-768-0898  Email:admin@picoaviation.com

Pico Aviation - Del Rio, TX

We are the Fixed Base Operator at Del Rio International Airport (DRT) in Del Rio, Texas.  We cordially invite you to come visit our community, and indulge in some old-fashioned Texas hospitality.

Look around this site for information about us and how we can help make your visit to Del Rio a pleasant one.  Feel free to call us if you have questions, or need more information.

We look forward to seeing you soon!


Hours of Operation

Sunday - Saturday 0700-1900

Closed: December 25th

Christmas Day Call-out is available at $180 per hour


                                 FACILITY FEE

Turbine A/C less than 12,500 or @ 12,500 $75.00 or 80 gal.
Turbine A/C more than 12,500 lbs $100 or 125 gals of fuel.
Turbine A/C more than 20,000 lbs $175 or 200 gals of fuel.

Turbine A/C more than 30,000 lbs $300 or 250 gals of fuel.