Aviation Fuel Sales
Want to save money on your aviation fuel?
Self-serve 100LL is available at McAllister Museum at prices competitive with the local FBO. Fuel and restrooms are available at McAllister Museum of Aviation – 24/7.
MMA Member Discount: All you need is a current McAllister Museum membership (veteran, individual, or family) and an active debit/credit card and you can save 35 cents per gallon on your fuel.
Member Cash Card: Want to save even more? MMA Members can purchase an Member Cash Card for a minimum of $260 ($250 for fuel + $10 for the re-loadable plastic card) and then save another 17 cents per gallon, bringing your total discount to 52 cents per gallon!
See Roberta in the Museum office during Museum hours to register your debit/credit card or purchase a Member Cash Card.
Full Retail Price: Pilots always have the option to purchase fuel at full retail price, by using their debit/credit card at the self-serve pump.
Download the Fuel Policies & Prices for more information.
We appreciate the many aviators who save money and support the Museum through their fuel purchases!
24/7 Aviation Fuel Sales & Restrooms
100L.L – Easy-Access – Self Service – Competitive pricing
The Museum has 12 tie-downs for rent and 2 for transient/visiting pilots to use, for a total of 14 next to the new hangar.
Restrooms and self-serve fuel are available 24/7 near the tie-down area.
McAllister Museum of Aviation welcomes Fly-in groups for docent-guided tours of the Museum.
- Museum visits during regular Museum hours – $5.oo per adult, Children under 12 free.
- Scheduled group docent-guided museum tours Monday – Wednesday – $2.00 per person
To request a docent-guided tour, reservations need to be made ahead of time. Please complete the Reservations form and contact us.
Lunch Next Door – Reno’s on the Runway
Located adjacent to McAllister Museum of Aviation is the Reno’s on the Runway restaurant, accessible both from the tarmac and the 3 tie-downs next to the restaurant as well as the parking lot next to the Museum.
Fly-in and drive-in groups alike often combine a visit to the Museum with a meal at Reno’s before or after, enjoying their 50-foot outdoor bar and its unobstructed view of the runway. If you’re in a hurry, they feature a selection of grab-n-go sandwiches and meals as well. The restaurant is run by a long-time Yakima caterer and focuses on healthy, delicious dishes.
If you’ve got a large group, contact them ahead of time to make sure they are open (due to COVID restrictions) and can accommodate your group.