Cable Airport Upland is a non-towered airport that is open for public use. The airport is situated near the central business district of Upland, which is a city in Bernardino County, California, United States. The Cable Land Company owns the airport. Cable Airport Upland, which was initially called Cable-Claremont Airport, was founded in 1945.
Cable Airport Upland is a Class G airport today. Runway 1-19 no longer exists and its place is occupied by a fuel island, a wash rack, and some hangars. The Runway 6-24 is 1,178 m. There is also a terminal building with flight school and rentals, Maniac Mike's restaurant, an aircraft repair shop, and a control tower that is used during the Cable Air Show held every year in January.
Since Cable in an uncontrolled airport, the tower is usually not used during the rest of the year. The Civil Air Patrol Squadron 25 resides in the airport. The Cable family lends their airport to Civil Air Patrol every Tuesday night. The Cable family still owns the Cable Airport. With 450 aircrafts on the field, it is the largest privately owned international airport.
An area of 95 acres is covered by the Cable Airport. It has one runway (6/24), which measures 3,864 x 75 ft, and two helipads, both of which are 65 x 65 ft. Nearby airports include Ontario International airport (9km), San Bernardino Norton AFB airport (41km), Riverside March AFB airport (33km), Los Angeles International airport (53km), and Santa Ana John Wayne airport (51km).
It is very enjoyable fun to watch the small aircraft take off and land. It is a good place to just sit back, enjoy, relax and unwind after a long day.
Cable Airport is located at 1749 W 13th St, Upland, CA 91786.
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