Airport Services

Discover the services we provide for your experience in St. Louis!

FBO Services

St. Louis Downtown Airport has fixed based operators: Ideal Aviation and Jet Aviation.


St. Louis Downtown Airport

Your business can utilize our position as an economic engine in the community and region to increase your productivity, efficiency, and bottom line profitability. From Industrial lots in proximity of the airport to on airfield master lease holds, the St. Louis Downtown Airport will work with you and your development agency to ensure you have the location for success.

Other Services

Bi-Plane Rides

Kevin Kegin’s American Warbird: Enjoy a scenic flight in a 1941 Waco UPF-7 open-cockpit biplane!
Phone (314) 809-7101

Corporate Air Charter and Helicopters, Inc.

Helicopter and fixed-wing charter services, FAA repair station–airframe and powerplant. (Located in Hangar 14)
Phone (618) 337-2903  | Fax (618) 337-7107  | Frequency 123.025

Fostaire Helicopters

Helicopter charter services, flight instruction, computerized weather and flight planning, pilots lounge, rest rooms, APU, FAA repair station–airframe and powerplant. (Located in Hangar 15 in the NW corner of the Airport)
Phone (618) 337-4440 | Fax (618) 337-8509 | Frequency 123.025

Gateway Helicopter Tours

Scenic helicopter tours of the St. Louis Riverfront. 10am to 7pm daily from the St. Louis Downtown Heliport. (located adjacent to the Gateway Arch Riverfront.)
Phone (314) 496-4494 | E-mail

Midwest Rotor, Inc.

Robinson R-22 and R-44 helicopter rental, flight instruction, and sightseeing. (Located in the “Sage Hangars” between hangars 13 & 15)
Phone (314) 280-5202

A & S Helicopters Inc.

FAA repair station. Aircraft maintenance, modifications, and repair services (airframe, powerplant, propeller, all small aircraft.) Service center for Bell and Robinson Helicopters . (Located in Hangar 5 on the West Ramp.)
Phone (618) 337-2600 | Fax (618) 337-2601

Detailers and More

A full service aircraft detail company satisfying customers at all of the St. Louis area airports for more than 17 years. Capable of handling any size aircraft 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, 365 days/year.
Phone (636) 332-1804 | Fax (636) 332-0654

Ideal Aviation and Jet Aviation

(see FBOs)

Ozark Air Services

Aircraft Maintenance, Repair, and Management Services and full-service FAA Avionics Repair Station. (2100 Vector Drive–“Historic Hangar One”) Phone (618) 337-5845

AeroPerformance, Ltd

AeroPerformance is a distributor of aircraft paint, parts, and accessories. (Located on the NW corner of the Airport at the intersection of Omega and Vector Drive)
Phone (618) 337-3648 or 1-800-357-3738 | Fax 618-337-3653 | Email

Ideal Aviation, Inc.

Aircraft rental and flight instruction (see full listing in FBO section).

Parks College of Engineering and Aviation

Parks College of Engineering and Aviation, at St. Louis University: The oldest federally certified Flight school–approximately 30 airplanes with a high volume of student traffic in the area. (Located in Hangar 8)
Phone (618) 337-9569 or (314) 977-8203

St. Louis Flight Training, LLC

St. Louis Flight Training offering flight training in an IFR-certified Cessna 152 and Cessna 172.
E-mail | Phone (618)-670-5782.

County Cab

Phone (314) 991-5544 |

Enterpise Rent-A-Car

Enterpise is available at both FBOs (Ideal Aviation and Jet Aviation ). Reserve a car at the FBO of your choice (your car will be waiting for you when you land) or call Enterprise at (618) 337-6200 or either FBO. Phone (618) 337-6200 |

Laclede Cab

Phone (314) 652-4435 |

Limousines and other special needs

Contact your FBO

EAA Local 64

A local EAA chapter filled with active aircraft builders, pilots and aviation enthusiasts. Located in the rear of Historic Hangar Two.

Greater St. Louis Air and Space Museum

Free museum with a variety of St. Louis aviation and space program aritifacts. Located in Historic Hangar Two on the west ramp.
Phone 618-332-3664

General Aviation Space Group (GASG)

GASG plans to prove that a group of enthusiasts and professionals in general aviation can launch a satellite into space on the 40th anniversary of the first moon landing on July 20, 1969, by Apollo 11.