About what you would expect in the middle of nowhere. Runway and ramp are in pretty bad shape. Attendant is nice but not in a hurry. Prices are high. If you gotta go to Eagle Pass you have to land here. (fill up in Del Rio if you can.)
I read other reviews elsewhere stating that they treat small airplanes differently than the big guys. They have no fuel minimums or landing fees for small planes, and treat you just as professionally as everyone else. Feul is expensive as you would expect from an executive airport but I say its worth it for this type of experience.
FBO is at the far south end of the field, self serve gas is near the terminal at the center of the field. The folks are nice. The owner gave me his car to go into town. If they had a gas truck it would be great...but they don't, so you fill up yourself and then taxi down to the FBO (or walk a long way).
Great FBO. Busy airport but controllers always take good care of the small planes well. If you have a long leg be sure to tell the lineman to fill to the rim as they tend to leave it a little low, I guess becuase they do not want the South Texas heat to expand the fuel and get all over the wing.
FBO did a great job, the ramp fee is a little high so if you can negotiate the waived ramp fee like Greg did, do it. We only needed 300.00 worth of fuel so we paid 25.00 per night just to tie down. I am headed back so I am going to try it.
Friendly folks and helpful. Gas a little less expensive than the other FBO. Crew car is an older mustang so if you have more than two people you may consider the other guys. The back seat is pretty small. If that is not a concern I recommend these guys. Cold water and fresh cookies.
Although you have to pass through a large hangar to get to the FBO, the prices are great and the staff makes you fee like you are not at a large international hub. If you fly into SAT I cannot see any reason to use one of the other large FBO's
The horror stories I read did not really play out. They parked the plane a half mile away and were too busy to bring it up when I was ready to depart but they are doing the best they can with what they have to work with. Gas is expensive, but your on an island.