BEST FUEL PRICE
Our 100LL prices are adjusted with each shipment as we strive to give you the lowest price in New England!
This is just one way we support the general aviation community in New England!
FUEL PRICES as of October 1st
Credit Card: per gallon – $4.19
Cash or check: 10 cents off – $4.09
$500 Prepayment: 20 cents off – $3.99
$2,500 Prepayment: 30 cents off – $3.89
$5,000 Prepayment: 40 cents off – $3.79
Pump your own 24/7 with a prepaid account or between 9 & 4 daily for credit card, cash or check sales.
We strictly follow CDC guidelines to keep everyone safe.
NEWS FROM THE RAMP
Our first Saturday of the month ‘Hangar Talk’ & ‘Meet with the Manager’ came back IN PERSON for the first time since March!!! It’s so great to see folks enjoying themselves on Nancy’s terrace again. Here are some of the highlights:
Our new, state supplied rotating beacon (Thank You, Kate Hogan & MassDOT-AD) is now operating with our old baffles installed, which protect our neighbors from unwanted light. Thank you to the many EAA Chapter 196 members who brought these modifications ‘on line’.
Our next project is installing our 4 solar powered obstruction lights on the RNWY 3 Approach (again, Thank You, Kate Hogan & MassDOT). Again, Chapter 196 members have stepped forward to assist with this fun, but very important safety project.With COVID making ground school impractical, Aptis Aviation has opted to give up their classroom space, which has now been subdivided in two. The new (old) space is being occupied by Vickie Evarts and her team from William Raveis Real Estate. Stop by and welcome them to our unique community.
Alakai has now flown their hydrogen fuel cell powered eVTOL, Alakai, in development here, in excess of 30 minutes! Way to go team!!!
Welcome to Bill Oakland, a Piper 180 owner based here, who is now helping out in OPS. Thank you Bill for your cheerful demeanor and your eye on safety.
We’re always looking for qualified part-time help in our operations office, aka, ‘OPS’. As an ‘Airport Concierge’, you’ll be an ambassador for the air field, Stow and Massachusetts. You’ll greet pilots via radio, telephone and in person to assist them with parking, buying fuel, food, ground transportation, and lodging.
This is a great job for a multi-tasker who has a knack for customer service, a strong attention to detail, works well independently, and who would like to spend their days speaking ‘aviation’ with our visitors! While primarily a customer service position, you will also be involved in administrative and other tasks to support our airport manager and the air field. This is a great job for a pilot who is retired or someone currently undergoing flight training who wants to be immersed in a great aviation community! Please send a letter of interest to email@example.com.
AIRCRAFT STORAGE OPTIONS AT 6B6
If you store your ‘Baby’ in a hangar at Minute Man, you’ll ‘never have to lift a snow shovel’ before you fly. If you store your ‘Baby’ on a concrete tie-down pad with us, you might want to also sign up for our snow removal option. We’ll keep your plane and pad cleared of snow all winter. Drop in any day from 9 – 4 for a tour or reach OPS at 978-897-3933 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
RNWY 3/21 – 3,110’ Paved, Lighted, PAPI, RNAV
Full Length Parallel TXWY – Solar Lighted
RNWY 12/30 – 1,600’ Turf, VFR
* EAA Chapter 196 meets at 19:00 hrs on the last Monday
*IMC Club meets at 19:00 hrs on the third Tuesday.
*Hangar Talk & Meet the Manager on the first Saturday at 08:30 hrs
*Wee Dram club meets at 4:44 pm on the Fourth Friday (BYOS)
Come join our amazing aviation community today!
Turtles Fly Too’s mission is to facilitate stranded turtle rescue and relocation efforts made possible through the generosity of “first responder” volunteer pilots/aircraft owners.
Turtles Fly Too partners with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to educate folks about the many ways volunteer pilots/aircraft owners benefit our society, including rescue of stranded, endangered sea turtles.
If you are interested in learning more about the ways pilot volunteers nurture the environment or becoming a volunteer “Turtle Flier”, visit Turtles Fly Too for further information and to complete an application. Here are links to a few other pilot volunteer opportunities:
NANCY’S AIR FIELD CAFÉ
Fly in this weekend and enjoy a walk on the Stow Conservation trails adjacent to 6B6. Pick up a personal picnic from the Café to take with you, or come back to the Café for a well-earned brunch or lunch!
CAFE HOURS OF OPERATION
BRUNCH/LUNCH: Saturday & Sunday 9:00 – 2:00 pm
Order from the takeout window and enjoy under a tent!
TAKEOUT DINNER: Friday & Saturday 5:00 – 7:30 pm
Order online and pickup curbside ~ enjoy at home or under a tent at the air field.
Click here for menus and links to order online!
The air field operations office is open from 9-4,
7 days a week. ‘Café Light Snacks’ and cold drinks
are for sale when the Café is closed.
Boosting the ECONOMY – Serving the COMMUNITY – Nurturing the ENVIRONMENT SINCE 1969!