Central Iowa Air Service

Ames, IA

Central Iowa Air Service is your full-service FBO at the Ames Municipal Airport.

Central Iowa Air Service offers Air Charter, Flight Instruction, Aircraft Maintenance, Aircraft Rental, Aircraft Storage, Fueling services for both AV Gas and jet fuel, Aircraft Sales and much more.

Contact Nikki Kyle, AMW Operations Manager for Central Iowa Air Service at 515-292-9056 or nikki@centraliowaair.com for more information.


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Our Services

Central Iowa Air Service is your full-service FBO in Ames, Iowa. Central Iowa Air Service offers:

* Full-service fueling
* Aircraft Charter / Aircraft Management
* Flight Instruction- $40/hour + Aircraft Rental
* Full-Service Maintenance
* Aircraft Sales
* Aircraft Storage
* De-Icing Services
* 24-hour pilot lounge w/flight planning area and shower
* Lavatory Services
* Oxygen
* and much more

Located at 2520 Airport Drive in Ames, Central Iowa Air Service has full-time operations, line service, office staff and maintenance on the field.

We are open 6 am – 7 pm Monday – Friday; and
7 am – 7 pm on Saturday & Sunday.

Stop by and see us today!

Central Iowa Air Service
Central Iowa Air Service is with Todd Kyle and Bill Kyle.Thursday, October 17th, 2019 at 2:50am
Happy Bosses' Day to our head honchos Bill Kyle & Todd Kyle! Thank you for all you do for us every day - we truly appreciate it!
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Central Iowa Air ServiceTuesday, October 15th, 2019 at 8:47am
Central Iowa Air Service and the City of Ames are proud to announce we will be hosting Fly Iowa 2020 at the Ames Municipal Airport on August 8, 2020! Mark it on your calendars and stay tuned throughout the next year for more information!
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Central Iowa Air Service is at Central Iowa Air Service.Wednesday, October 9th, 2019 at 6:12am
Despite the windy day we got a couple of neat visitors! Both are members of the 2003 National Air Tour. The first is a Travel Air, model A-6000 that was built in 1929. The second is the sole remaining, of only two ever built, Bushmaster. While it looks like a Ford Tri-Motor, it was actually an attempt in the mid 1950s to resurrect that design by a California company for use as bush planes. (That's our Line Service Manager Nick in the Bushmaster.)