Auburn Municipal Airport and Industrial Park serves Auburn and the surrounding area. The facility is owned by the City of Auburn and totals approximately 285 acres, with 80 acres within the industrial park complex.
Existing uses include an airport, airport related businesses, and an assortment of light manufacturing businesses. The airport is above the fog and usually clear year-around.
NORCAL Approach: 125.4/127.4
Fixed Wing- 2500 MSL
Rotorcraft- 2100 MSL
Ultralight- 2000 MSL
Runway Length: 3700 feet
240-foot overruns each end
Runway Orientation: 25/07
Published GPS Approach: Available for Runway 07
Runway 25 Departure
NO STR OUT VFR DEP. AT EOR TRACK 230deg OVER SELF STORAGE FACILITY TO AVD NOISE SENS AREAS. MIN PWR WHLE OBSERVING SAFE A/C OPS.
Runway 7 Departure
TRACK 070deg STRT OUT. AVOID TURNS PRI TO I-80 OR 2500 MSL. TFC COMPLY W/AIM PROC. MIN PWR WHLE OBSERVING SAFE A/C OPS.
TPA 2500MSL, left traffic both runways. Use standard pattern entries of 45 degrees. For closed traffic, comply with AIM procedures.
TPA 2100 MSL, all patterns south of the airport. Remain east of HWY 49; north of Bell Road. Left traffic runway 25: right traffic runway 7.
TPA 2000 MSL, all patterns north of airport. Keep pattern tight and plan on landing to turn off at midfield.