Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 6:00PM
Sunday by appointment.
For glider rides, please contact the club directly
Paul Kaufman: 515-233-5963
Darrell Mullins: 515-279-6478
Light Frequency: 126.0
DSM Clearance Delivery: 126.0
If you do need to fuel up while you are here, you can find information about getting fuel for your airplane in Ames here.
Rental Car Companies in Ames:
Enterprise will drop off cars for renters at the airport and Ames Auto Rentals is based on our airfield. Ames is also served by Uber and Cyclone Cab.
Ames Auto Rentals: 515-635-1599
Cyclone Cab: 515-232-1343
Our Legacy at Hap's Air Services
Hartley (Hap) and Jane Westbrook started Hap's Air Service, Inc. in 1947, in Guthrie Center, IA. Hap returned from flying B-24 bombers in the European theater of WWII, where he spent two years as a POW. Afterwards, they moved the operation to Atlantic, IA in 1952, where they raised their five children and succeeded in turning a small fuel stop into one of the busiest airports in Southwest Iowa. Hap's made the final move to Ames in 1975, and the family has been instrumental in making the Ames airport one of the busiest airports in Iowa. Regrettably, in November 2000, the family lost Jane (our heart) and in October 2002, Hap (our leader) suffered a heart attack and passed away due to complications.
Thanks to the love Hap had for his craft, the family has been instilled with a love of aviation and commitment to customer satisfaction. We work every day to keep the traditions and values the company was founded on in 1947 alive. Hap's Air Service is currently owned and operated by Hap and Jane's daughter , Diana, and her husband Robert Holden. Both have been working at Hap's since 1975. Robert is the Director of Maintenance and is well known for his extensive knowledge of aviation. He has made Hap's Air Service one of the most well known and respected maintenance shops in the Central United States. Diana and Robert, with the help of their daughter Christa, currently ensure the family is carrying on Hap and Jane's business legacy today.