CODY, WY (KCOD)
Choice’s Cody FBO is a clean, comfortable facility that boasts a variety of on-site conveniences. Dine while you wait at a popular, full-service restaurant and café. Keep up with the latest news and sports on big screen TVs located throughout the building, and stay connected using our free wireless internet. If reading is more your cup of tea, swing by our “library.” We loan books on the honor system, so feel free to borrow one from our collection and simply return it when you are finished. Just need to rest? Take advantage of our quiet, cozy snooze room.
Choice Aviation is proud to offer some of the best facilities in the region. We look forward to seeing you soon. If there’s anything we can do to make your visit more enjoyable, please don’t hesitate to ask!
- Jet A
- Jet A with prist
- 100LL Self-Serve
We take great pride in our fueling operations. Choice FBO’s adheres to ATA 103 & NFPA standards, in addition to local, state, and federal regulations. This means our fuel is sumped on a daily basis to ensure spotless fuel is being delivered into your aircraft. Our fuel trucks are combed over each morning and our line techs are trained and experienced on almost all corporate and general aviation aircraft.
We understand the need for competitive fuel pricing. At the same time, our prices reflect the many complimentary services offered with your fuel purchase. Rates on average are $0.08 less than the average Rocky Mountain region pricing and contract pricing is $0.28 less than our competitors. We do offer volume and contract pricing for those purchases of $200+ of fuel. Choice has teamed up with the following contract providers; AIRCard, Avcard, Avfuel, Colt, Everst, MultiService, Uvair, & World Fuel services.
Please contact us for fair and competitive pricing. Email Joel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Corporate Hotel Rates
- Crew Car (2-hour use)
- Rental Cars
- Flight Planning Room
- Café (in FBO)
- Free Museum Pass
Our service delivery model starts with the passenger, then the pilot and lastly the aircraft. If you require differently, please let us know.
- Educated Staff
- Corporate Hotel Rates
- VIP Transportation
- Passenger Lounge
- Passenger Pickup Planeside (with reservation)
- Rental Cars
- Red Carpet Service
- Hangar Loading (for those inclement days)
- Oxygen Service: YES
- Lavatory Service: YES
- De-icing: YES
- GPU / Power Cart: YES (1 electric)
- Aircraft Cleaning / Washing / Detailing
Visit Cody and explore all that this truly western town has to offer!
MUSEUMS AND ATTRACTIONS
Cody is home to one of the country’s supreme cultural attractions—the five-museum complex of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Its third of a million square feet of exhibition space certainly makes it one of America’s largest museum complexes. The Whitney Gallery of Western Art presents an outstanding collection of masterworks of the American West, including original paintings, sculptures and prints from the early 19th century to the present. The Cody Firearms Museum houses the world’s largest and most important assemblage of American arms, as well as European arms dating to the 16th century. The Plains Indian Museum ranks as one of the nation’s finest Native American collections. The museum presents a varied tapestry of Plains Indian art and artifacts displayed in realistic settings. The Buffalo Bill Museum contains a wealth of material related to the life of Buffalo Bill Cody. The newest member of the museum group, The Draper Museum of Natural History, is a state of the art natural history museum that explores human interaction with the natural world associated with the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. Highly interactive, it’s a hit with youth and adults alike.
Located at: 1020 12th Street, Cody, WY – Map It
Stroll through history while viewing hundreds of relic guns & other weapons from many different time periods and locations including “America’s War of Independence, The Gold Rush Era, The US Civil War, The Old West & Indian Wars, World War I, The Roaring 20’s and World War II.”
The Cody Dug Up Gun Museum is one of Cody, Wyoming’s newest attractions and a great look at history for the whole family.
Opened to the public in the spring of 2009. The museum is a proud sponsor of the Cody Gunfighter’s Show at the world-famous Irma Hotel (just steps away from our museum!).
We are members of the Cody Chamber of Commerce and enthusiastic supporters of Cody’s historical attractions.
Open 9:am – 9:pm – 7 days a week from May through September
Late fall and winter hours will be posted on their website: www.codydugupgunmuseum.com
Admission: Free – Donations Appreciated
The Buffalo Bill Dam Visitor Center (BBDVC) is located 6 miles west of Cody on the way to Yellowstone National Park, at the Buffalo Bill Dam (just through the tunnels).
Open annually approximately May 1 through September, the Visitor Center is operated by the BBDVC Board of Directors, a manager and assistant manager, and volunteers. The hours are 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily and admission is free.
The magnificent Cody Mural covers a domed ceiling 36 feet in diameter and 18 feet to the top of the dome. Perfectly blended into the mural are selected historical scenes from the first seventy years of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Edward T. Grigware, the artist, termed the mural his “masterpiece”.
In an adjoining part of the building are displays and art telling the story of the colonization of the Big Horn Basin in Wyoming. Families are welcome and free guided tours are provided daily.
Cody Trolley Tours utilizes two live narrators, poster-sized historical photos, pass-around relics and entertaining audio clips to share the story of world-famous William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody while we spotlight historical sites, scenic vistas, geology, wildlife and old and new west attractions. Our 60-minute, 22-mile tour is performed while you ride in the cozy oak interior of our festive red & green trolley. A Cody Trolley tour is the best and fastest way to gain an overview of all that Cody, Wyoming has to offer.
And Cody is rodeo! Billing itself as “Rodeo Capital of the World,” Cody provides a unique opportunity to capture the excitement of a real rodeo in a dramatic western setting. The Cody Nite Rodeo is the only seven-night-a-week rodeo in the country. From June through August, the Nite Rodeo features professional and on-their-way-up cowboys and cowgirls competing under the lights against a picturesque backdrop of the Shoshone Canyon and Heart Mountain. The Cody Stampede is one of the country’s premiere Fourth of July rodeo celebrations and has been playing host to the top cowboys and cowgirls for more than 80 years!
Cody Nite Rodeo – Nightly June 1 through August 31
Nightly performance at 8:00 pm
Cody 4th of July Stampede Rodeo – July 1, 2, & 3 – performances at 8:00 pm,
July 4th performance at 5:00 pm
Old Trail Town is an eclectic collection of historic buildings representing and old Wyoming town created with frontier structures dating from 1879 to 1900. Included in the collection are the Hole in the Wall Cabin used by Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid and the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang; Curley’s Cabin, the Crown Indian scout to General Custer in the Battle of the Little Big Horn; and the River Saloon which was frequented by cowboys, outlaws and gold miners. Bullet holes can still be seen in the door. Old Trail Town is located where Buffalo Bill and his associates surveyed the town site for Cody in 1895. The Trail Town Cemetery is the final resting place of Jeremiah “Liver Eat’n Johnson and other colorful hard-living characters of the Old West.
Open daily, 8 am – 7 pm, May through September.
Located at: 1831 Demaris Drive, Cody WY – Map It
The International Headquarters and Visitors Center is located in Cody, Wyoming. The Wild Sheep Foundation (formerly the Foundation for North American Wild Sheep), for more than 30 years has been the leading voice for wild sheep conservation throughout the world. Visit the Wild Sheep Foundation’s educational exhibit. Admission is free!
Located at: 720 Allen Ave., Cody WY – Map It
Cassie’s Supper Club is one of the oldest most established clubs in the state of Wyoming. Originally opened in the 1920’s, Cassie’s was operated as a “house of ill fame” by its founder Cassie Waters. During the prohibition era Cassie served bootleg whiskey that was brewed and bottled in a cellar under the dance floor. The club is furnished with antiques from around the Cody Country, including a buggy lap robe and other items that belonged to Cassie.
Today Cassie’s Supper Club is famous for its fine dining and great western atmosphere.
Located at: 214 Yellowstone Avenue, Cody, WY – Map It
Another authentic Cody landmark, smack dab in the middle of town, is the Irma Hotel. Built by buffalo Bill as a luxury hotel epitomizing the essence of western hospitality, he named it for his youngest daughter and opened it with suitable fanfare in 1902. Highlighting the Irma’s dining rooms is the huge carved French-made Victorian cherrywood backbar presented to Buffalo Bill by Queen Victoria in 1900 in appreciation for his command Wild West Show performance.
Located at: 1192 Sheridan Avenue, Cody, WY – Map It
The Cody Cattle Company offers a Chuckwagon Dinner and a live high-tech, foot-stompin’ Western Music Show. Our new, clean climate-controlled building provides a comfortable setting for guests to enjoy dinner and the 60-minute show.
Come experience a bit of real Western hospitality with an evening of family entertainment you’ll never forget!
Our most popular ticket packages:
The Trifecta Ticket is available June thru August, except June 30-July 4.
The Daily Double Ticket is available June thru September.
Doors open at 5:30pm for dinner, the show starts at 6:30pm, and rodeo action begins at 8pm. The rodeo grounds are within walking distance of The Cody Cattle Company.