Public Works Airport

About the Airport

The Petaluma Municipal Airport is located at 601 Sky Ranch Drive, on the northeast edge of the city. It is bordered by agricultural and parks/open space land on the north and east, and by residential development on the southwest side. Download Safety Zones here.

The Airport records about 60,000 take-offs and landings each year, equally split between aircraft based in Petaluma and those based elsewhere.

The airport is a convenient access point for tourist travel into Wine Country and corporate travel to North Bay businesses. It is a hub in FedEX’s freight hauling business and home to the Magnon Aircraft’s Petaluma Pilot training center and Aeroventure flight schools and aircraft maintenance operation.

The Airport Manager is Joshua McKeighan. Oversight is provided by the City's Airport Commission.

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FAA Designation

FAA Designation: O69 (Oscar Six Nine)
Airfield Latitude/Longitude: N38 15.46 W122 36.33
Airfield Elevation: 87 Feet MSL
Terminal Navigational Aids: Scaggs Island VOR (SGD)

Frequencies
CTAF/Unicom: 122.700
AWOS: 132.325
Ground Link: 121.725

Runway Data

Physical Length and Width: 3,600' x 75'
Runway Lighting: MIRL
Runway Lighting End: REIL
Taxiway Lighting: Reflectors
Runway Marking: Non-Precision
Airport Safety Zones Map

Approach Information
(By Approach End)

Type (FAR) Part 77

Category
Runway 11 - Visual [B(V)]
Runway 29 - Non-precision [C]

Landing Aids
Runway 11 - None
Runway 29 - PAPI

Hours

The Airport is operational 24 hours a day. It is staffed 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Sunday, and 8:00 am to 12:00 pm on City Holidays.

Fuel

AVGAS 100LL (self-service, 24x7): $4.85
JET A (full-service, regular business hours): $4.30
After-hours call-out fee: $25.00

Hangars & Tie-Downs

Hangars are currently at 100 percent occupancy.  Complete the Hangar Deposit Form and submit form and deposit amount indicated to be added to the Airport Hangar waiting list.

Tie-Down spaces are available for long-term lease/license.  Rates are $61 per month (single engine) and $67 per month (twin engine) through FY-18/19.  Minimum insurance requirements apply.

Overnight Ramp Parking Fees

$6.00 per night (single engine aircraft)
$11.00 per night (twin engine aircraft)

Overnight Ramp Parking

$6.00 per night (single engine aircraft)
$11.00 per night (twin engine aircraft)

Other Businesses

Restaurant*
Two-Niner Diner
Hours: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, Wed-Sat
707.765.2900

Aircraft Repair/Maintenance*

Aeroventure707.778.6767
Mangon Aircraft Repair707.765.1848

 

Flight Instruction*

Aeroventure707.778.6767
Petaluma Pilot Training Center707.765.1889


*Please note that the City of Petaluma provides this information as a public service and referenced herein do not constitute an endorsement of any kind of the business entities listed below. Under no circumstances shall the City of Petaluma be held liable to any third party who may choose to rely on a listed entity, its products or services.

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Petaluma Municipal plays a valuable role in our nationwide infrastructure and is an important asset to the entire Petaluma community.

- Tom McGaw, Airport Commission

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