• City of Dublin, TX
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DUBLIN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT (9F0)

FUEL INFORMATION:

We are the first airport in Texas to offer unleaded avgas! We have Swift Fuels UL94 on hand!

                                       Read the press release

 

We do NOT currently have 100LL or JetA on-site. Those fuels are available nearby at the Comanche and Stephenville airports.

Comanche County-City Airport (KMKN)
Clark Field Municipal Airport (KSEP)

FBO & FUEL HOURS:

Sun:    Closed

Mon:  Closed

Tue:    Closed

Wed:  9a - 5p

Thu:   9a - 5p

Fri:     9a - 5p

Sat:    9a - 2p

CALL US: (254) 445-4404

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  • Dublin Municipal Airport

If you need fuel outside of FBO hours, call us at least 24 hours in advance and we'll accommodate!

TRANSPORTATION:

If you are here during their business hours, call Dublin Bottling Works and they will pick you up and bring you to town. They will also return you to your plane when ready. 

We DO have a courtesy car at the airport! 

For on-call service, Stephenville has a taxi service, called Taxiville. You can call them for rides at (254) 434-8998.

If you would like to rent a car, Enterprise Rental in Stephenville will bring a car to the Dublin Airport for you. They will also pick up the car for you. Easy peasy!
 

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WHAT ARE SOME OTHER THINGS TO DO IN DUBLIN?

Take a look at the entries on Fun Places to Fly, as well as the Visitor Page on this website. 

MOTEL & HOTEL INFORMATION:

Motels in Dublin:

Central Inn    (254) 445-2138

Relax Inn       (254) 445-0499

Plus a variety of hotels in Stephenville

AERIAL VIEWS WHEN FLYING INTO DUBLIN:

Approaching 9F0 from the southwest.

When following 377 in from Stephenville, you can see a school on the south side of Patrick Street.

Approaching 9F0 from the northwest. Note the landmarks on the right side of the photo.

When following 377 in from Stephenville (headed southwest), this is where 377 branches off into Business 377 that goes into town.

This is looking down Patrick street right off the approach end of 15.