Walter Aviation is the premier flight training and rental FBO in Northeast Iowa! Well maintained, clean, quality aircraft at affordable rated. Multiple aircraft to choose from with great 24-hour availability!
No Services loaded for Walter Aviation Inc..
Staff fuels aircraft – if renter needs specific fuel loading, they will need to request at time of booking
Returned to designated parking areas
Fuel will be reimbursed upon return during normal business hours. It will be reimbursed up to the posted price of fuel at Walter Aviation Inc. at time of return.
24 hour phone numbers for issues or emergencies (319) 961 2156
Aircraft should be chocked, control lock installed, and tied down
Aircraft should be parked on tie-downs, where they are free and clear of obstacles.
Fuel will be sufficient for duration of requested rental time, plus a one hour minimum reserve. Other fuel requests must be made at the time of booking.
IFR aircraft should follow published IFR departure procedures. VFR aircraft should follow standard traffic pattern entry/departure procedures
Waterloo Approach on 118.90. They can be reached once airborne above 500’ AGL
Direction from Highway 20 (runs East/West along south side of airport)
Center taxiway leading to/from ramp
Call intentions on CTAF (122.8) before leaving ramp. Check for aircraft coming onto ramp from taxi/runway before entering
Located at each end of the runway
Town of Independence – 2NM East of airport. Standard traffic patterns for runway 18/36
Large antennas (900’ – 2000’ AGL) located 5-10NM between 120 – 160 from airport. Migratory waterfowl in the vicinity of the airport (seasonally)
Waterloo Regional has occasional flights inbound along V-100 flying East to West as low as 4000’ MSL
Vinton Memorial is great for practicing landings, and Prarie Du Chien is a challenging but beautiful airport along the Mississippi rive (has a famous steakhouse within walking distance)
Mississippi River Valley (40nm NE), Amish countryside (5 nm North)
Mississippi River – National Wildlife refuge (maintain at least 2000’ AGL unless taking off/landing at nearby airport)
Summer months frequently report density altitudes of 2-3000’
March 25, 2014, 12:49 a.m.