Fixed Base Operator


Avgas and Jet-A

100LL (blue) and Jet-A fuels are available delivered to your aircraft by truck (full serve) during normal business hours (8:00AM until 6:00PM, seven days a week) at a price that is competitive with other FBOs in the region and significantly lower than major airports.

Both fuels are available 24/7 at our self-service station located just south of the terminal building. Dispensing your fuel will be quick and convenient using our state-of-the-art credit card reader.

Aviators who have been flying for a few hours will appreciate our clean, meadow-fresh rest room facility located on-field literally a few steps away from the fuel dispensing station. No leaving your aircraft unattended while you take an urgent hike to the main building in search of the “facilities.” This is just one of the ways we anticipate and meet your needs.

Aircraft Storage

Hangar space is available for long-term rental and transient storage. Due to limited capacity, hangar space is offered on a first-come-first-save basis. Apron tie-downs are also available.

Rest assured, we will make every effort to accommodate your storage needs as best we can.

Aircraft Repair

Maintenance and avionics shops owned by independent operators are located on Grider Field but are not part of our FBO services. If you should need repairs on your aircraft, contact the airport manager for a referral.


Aviation services are provided by Pine Bluff Regional Airport management and staff. We truly appreciate the opportunity to serve every customer who lands at Grider Field and the business you bring to our operation. Our regular business hours are 8:00AM until 6:00PM, seven days a week, with the exceptions of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. However, terminal access and line service are available at any time. If you need line service after hours, you may call 870.540.9439 and a line team member will be dispatched to serve you. (A $50 call-out fee applies.)

After hours, you may gain entrance to the terminal building through either the ramp-side entrance or the entrance at the North end of the building. The doors can be unlocked using an exterior keypad beside each entrance. (A plaque mounted near the keypad will display the aviators-only hint for the passcode.)


★★★★★“Pine Bluff was a planned weather diversion on our NY to TX trip, and we could not be happier with the Pine Bluff experience. Jimmy was there to greet us, provided fuel, hangared the plane, provide a crew car, offer motel suggestions, and a recommendation for the excellent lunch at the FBO restaurant. Thank you so much for all the great service!”

– Tim F., April 7, 2017