Hebron Municipal Airport offers reliable landing services for private, small, and commercial aircraft. You can find us just south of the City of Hebron in South Central Nebraska at the crossroads of Highway 81 and Highway 136.
✔️Fast, efficient fueling. No long waits.
✔️No landing fees.
✔️Convenient Courtesy Car available.
Our fall Runway Light Project is 90% funded by an FAA grant!
- Replaces Runway Indicator Lights
- Utilizes LED Technology
- Replaces Transformers
Expected Downtime is from September 1st to October 15th.
Please watch for closing status updates on posted notices through the FAA NOTAMS system.
Extensive Services and Amenities
- Two runways: concrete and grass turf. Check them out here.
- We keep a Courtesy Car available for your day. Go here for details.
- We have an overnight hangar available for only $10/night.
- We have a monthly hangar rental for only $80/month. Long-term leases are available!
- On-field maintenance through RotorWings Aviation is available by prior appointment.
- We have a conference room that can accommodate up to 25 people.
- Office Space near the end of the hangar is available to rent for $125/month.
PLUS more conveniences, such as a pilot lounge, local TV, pop machine, and high-speed Wifi internet.
Call Deb Craig at 402-768-1379 for further details about the availability of the courtesy car, hangar, office, or room rentals.
While you’re here, enjoy the Midwest Experience and discover why Hebron, Nebraska is one of the best places to be.
Check out the World’s Largest Covered Porch Swing in Roosevelt Park. Wander down to Blue Bison for a light lunch and custom-made drink while you check out the refurbished storefronts in town. Grab a unique gift for a loved one in our many charming shops. Enjoy a day at the local golf course.
For a complete list of things to see and do in Thayer County during your stay, check out Visit Thayer County.
Open to the Public
The Hebron Airport Authority holds monthly meetings, and we invite the community to attend. You can find the current schedule here.
More About Our Airport
Explore Hebron’s Airport History from 1941 to today on our new history page.
See how Hebron Municipal Airport benefits our community in our local TCEDA’s article here.