Businesses at the Airport
Inside the Terminal located at 2300 W. Washington Ave.
|Hertz Rental Car||1-509-452-9965|
|Budget Rental Car||1-509-248-6767|
|Avis Rental Car||1-509-469-4543|
Fixed Based Operators (FBO) GA & Corporate Services Or contact on Unicom 122.95
McCormick Air Center 509-248-1680
(100 LL & Jet A fuel, truck delivery available)
Historic Airport Museum
McAllister Museum 509-457-4933
(has self service 100LL fuel)
JR Helicopters LLC offers a wide variety of services including Aircraft Maintenance, Charter Flights, Cherry Drying, Aerial Filming, Aerial Applications, Forestry, Fire Suppression and Precision Lifting. Incorporated in Washington State in August of 2000 by Jason Rubright, the company started with a single 4 place Robinson R-44 Raven. Soon after the R-44 was replaced by a turbine powered Bell JetRanger. Since then we have steadily grown our fleet and customer base as well as increasing our services offered to provide the most effective and diverse services in the Pacific Northwest.
Currently we operate four turbine powered Bell 206B3 JetRangers, one Bell 206L4 Long Ranger, and two high altitude capable Eurocopter AS 350 B3 A-Star. We hold FAA Part 135 Air Carrier Certificate, FAA Part 133 External Load Certificate, and FAA Part 137 Agricultural Operations Certificate, allowing our highly skilled and experienced pilots to accomplish just about any mission.
Cub Crafters is an aircraft manufacturer specializing in Top Cub and Super Cub aircraft. Cub Crafters are known world wide for their craftmanship.
Brian and Jennifer Thompson have started a new flight training business called Explore Aviation LLC. They specialize in tail-wheel training in their Piper Cub and Stinson. They offer personalized service and a full range of flight training.
Enter the N-number of an aircraft and this FAA database will give you information about the aircraft and it’s owner.
The Washington Airport Management Association (WAMA) was created in 1970 to improve airports and airport management in Washington state. We build relationships between members, industry professionals, and state and federal government representatives to promote effective airport management.
WSDOT Aviation provides assistance to and information for general aviation airports and pilots throughout the state. They also provide search and rescue operations for missing aircraft.
Airporter Shuttle provides daily bus service between Yakima and Sea-Tac.
Live flight tracker for the Yakima Air Terminal.
Discover early aviation in the Yakima Valley. The museum offers many exhibits of pioneers in aviation.
McCormick Air Center is the airport’s newest full service FBO offering fueling, aircraft maintenance, avionics, flight training and charters.
Information about Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Includes helpful travel information.
This is a handy site to find information about air carriers operating out of Sea-Tac. It includes phone numbers and links to the different carriers.
Want information on what you can and can’t take aboard an aircraft? Check the traveler tips section of the TSA web site to find the prohibited items list. It also has helpful tips on how to get throught the security checkpoint with ease.
Yakima Chapter Washington Pilots Association
Home of the Super 18 Cub and Breezy
Airport information from AirNav. Includes runway lengths, frequencies, description of navigational aids and other helpful information for pilots.
Sample view shown looking west from the terminal building. Click on photo for update.
Yakima Air Park
Yakima Air Park is located on the South end of Taxiway Charlie of which provide “Condo style” hangars which are privately owned and operated. Traditionally, the members hold pancake breakfasts on Saturday which allow our local community to experience the General Aviation side of the industry. The location also holds both the Experimental Aircraft Association and Washington Pilots Association meetings for the Central Washington Chapters.