Updated June 20, 2017
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SBD offers competitive fees to help support the growth and bottom-line success of your operations. Compare our fees to other airports across Southern California, and you’ll find that on average SBD has a 34% lower fee structure.
Fuel Single Purchase Volume Discounts
Aircraft owners/operators may enter into bulk fuel purchase agreements with SBIAA for additional fuel price discounts.
|400 gallons||$0.20 discount per gallon|
|1,000 gallons||$0.30 discount per gallon|
|2,500 gallons||$0.40 discount per gallon|
|5,000 gallons||$0.60 discount per gallon|
|10,000 gallons||$1.00 discount per gallon|
Parking fees for aircraft NOT exceeding 12,500 lbs. certified gross landing weight (more than four (4) hours, not exceeding 24 hours):
|Parking Fee||Fuel Purchase Required to Waive Parking Fee|
|Single Engine||$7||10 gallons|
|Jet/Turbine Helicopter||$20||20 gallons|
Parking fees for aircraft exceeding 12,500 lbs. certified gross landing weight (more than four (4) hours, not exceeding 24 hours):
|Group||Aircraft Length||Parking Fee||Fuel Purchase Required to Waive Parking Fee|
|IA||Less than 50 feet||$20||25 gallons|
|IB||51 – 90 feet||$25||50 gallons|
|II||91 – 125 feet||$35||100 gallons|
|III||126 – 158 feet||$45||150 gallons|
|IV||159 – 199 feet||$55||200 gallons|
|V||200 feet and larger||$65||250 gallons|
Ground Support Equipment
The following fees shall apply for use of ground handling equipment:
|Main Deck Cargo Loader||$250||$1,000|
|Lower Deck Cargo Loader||$250||$1,000|
|Ground Power Unit||$125||$500|
|Air Conditioning Unit||$125||$500|
|Large Forklift (26k or 45k lbs capacity)||$75||$300|
|Cargo Scissor Lift||$60||$250|
|Tow Bar (Aircraft Over 12,500)||$20|
Ground Support Services
The following fees shall apply to FBO ground support services:
|GPU use for Aircraft Start-up (waived with fuel purchase of 50+ gallons)||$30 per start|
|Air Start (waived with fuel purchase of 50+ gallons)||$40 per start|
|Stair Truck Use|
|Daily Truck Use||$150 per day|
|Stair Truck Service
Includes Airport Staff to block aircraft and operate stair truck, overtime charges not included
(one operation is defined as one use to load OR unload personnel from aircraft).
|$75 per operation|
|Hangar Fee per night (more than 2 hours, not exceeding 24 hours):|
|Light Twin Engine||$40|
|Heavy Twin Engine (over 12,500 lbs)||$50|
|Aircraft Defuel Services|
|Defuel||$0.25 per gallon|
|Refuel from defueled product||$0.25 per gallon|
|Defuel storage (applicable after (4) hours of storage)||$75 per 24 hour period|
|Potable Water Service||$50 per service|
|Lavatory Service||$50 per service|
|Aircraft Under 12,500 CGLW||Aircraft over 12,500 CLGW|
|Nitrogen Service||$40 per strut or top-off all tires||$75 per strut or top-off all tires|
|Oxygen Service||$40 per bottle||$75 per bottle|
|Hangar Positioning Fee||$10 per service||$15 per service|
|Aircraft Towing Fee||$25 per service||$45 per service|
The following policy shall be used to establish aviation fuel prices:
- Retail Jet-A price will be based on wholesale purchase cost, tax, + $1.75 markup with +/- 15% price discretion based on local market conditions.
- Retail AvGas 100LL price will be based on wholesale purchase cost, tax, + $1.00 markup with +/- 15% price discretion based on local market conditions. Self-Serve AvGas will be discounted $.70 per gallon below retail pricing. Price basis for pre-existing fuel contracts will be based on wholesale purchase cost, tax, + $1.50 markup.
Aviation Fuel Products
The following policy shall be used to establish prices for aviation lubricants and additives:
- Aircraft engine oil quart prices will be based on wholesale cost, tax, + 80% markup with +/- 15% price discretion based on local market conditions.
- Fuel Anti-Icing inhibitor additive will be $.05 per each Jet-A gallon dispensed.
Fueling services after hour callout fee
A fee shall be assessed for fueling staff called out during non-operating hours as follows:
- An after-hour callout fee of $150.00 will be assessed during hours when fueling staff are not on routine scheduled working hours. The fee will include an attendant for a period not exceeding 4 hours.
The following per gallon pump fees are applicable to entities that own and store aviation fuels in any SBIAA owned and operated fuel farm. The following fees are applicable to all aviation fuels dispensed by the SBIAA FBO into aircraft owned by the same entity storing fuel in the SBIAA owned fuel farm. The SBIAA FBO pumping services are only available to entities that own fuel (stored in the SBIAA owned fuel farm) for the sole purpose of refueling aircraft owned by such entity.
|1 – 400 gallons||$1.30 per gallon|
|401 – 1,000 gallons||$1.20 per gallon|
|1,001 – 2,500 gallons||$1.10 per gallon|
|2,501 – 5,000 gallons||$0.90 discount per gallon|
|5,001 – 10,000 gallons||$0.60 discount per gallon|
The following fees shall apply to the FBO services listed below:
(for aeronautical users only – first hour waived with 50+ gallon fuel purchase)
|Conference Room Audio Visual Setup Fee||$50|
|Linens laundering||$30 per service|
|Dish washing||$30 per service|
|Monthly Parking of Approved Vehicles
(waived with fuel purchase of 50+ gallons per month)
|Disposal of Regulated Garbage
(applicable to aircraft carrying less than 31 passengers)
|$200 per service|
|Cargo Loading Services||$50/hr per person|
The following permits are required to conduct non-aviation commercial activity.
|Off-Airport rental cars||$1,000 annual permit|
Executive Director’s Discretion
The Executive Director of SBIAA shall have the discretion to modify fees, to the extent that is necessary to meet market conditions or to match verified contract fueling pricing for commercial or military operators with the understanding that any such modification of fees be disclosed to SBIAA Commissioners in a subsequent report. In no instance shall a fee be established that fails to yield a positive return.