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Mach 5 Aviation, Inc.

Auburn Municipal Airport
2409 Rickenbacker Way

Auburn, CA

 95602
Phone: 530-889-2000
Fax: 530-852-0311
Web site: www.mach5aviation.com


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Contact and Business Information

Title/DeptNamePhoneEmail
Contact Usmach5aviation@gmail.com
Unicom frequency:
ARINC frequency:
Monitoring airport CTAF:Unknown
Hours:
  • Mon - Sun, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Credit Cards:Visa, Mastercard

As of: 8/11/2014

Rentals

Planes:  Single Engine, Light Sport

As of: 8/11/2014

Maintenance

Interior:  Oxygen
Airframe:  Small, Fabric, Seaplane Floats, Classic, Composite, Light Sport, Ultralight, Warbirds, Pre-sales Inspection, Rotorcraft
Powerplant:  Piston, Radial, Ultralight, Pre-sales Inspection
Propeller/Rotor Blades:  Dynamic Balancing, Constant Speed, Fixed Pitch
Radio and Avionics:  GPS, Nav Com, Emergency Locator Transmitter ELT

As of: 8/11/2014

Location

38.953093-121.081588

As of: 8/11/2014

Services

Line Services:  Lavatory Service, Detailing, Water
Amenities:  Refreshments & Snack Vending, Pilot Supplies, Lounge, Rest Rooms, Weather Briefing Flight Planning Kiosk, Internet, Coffee, FAA Publications
Internet Access: Wireless (Free)

As of: 8/11/2014

Flight Training

FAA Classification:Part 61
Approved for VA Training:Unknown
Affiliated College / University:
Services:  Computerized Testing, Ground School, Intro Flight, Simulator

Training Opportunities

Certifications:  Commercial, Private Pilot, Flight Instructor CFI, Flight Instructor Instrument CFII, Airline Transport Pilot ATP, Sport Pilot, Multi Engine Instructor MEI, Recreational Pilot, Flight Instructor Sport CFIS
Ratings:  Multi-Engine, Ultralight, Instrument
Other advanced training:  Mountain Flying, Tailwheel, Aerobatic, Emergency Maneuvers, Upset Recovery, Formation

As of: 8/11/2014


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