Oscar 41 (O41) Watts-Woodland Airport is a great location for flight training. Located 90 miles north of San Francisco in the sunny Sacramento Valley, Watts-Woodland Airport is an ideal location for year round flying.
We are a non-towered airport in uncontrolled airspace. This allows better use of time as you are learning, not having to compete with other traffic and air traffic control in your early training, although we are next door to several larger airports when the time comes to hone your communication skills.
The airport also has a GPS WAAS RNAV and VOR instrument approaches.
Watts-Woodland Airport is one of the oldest continually operated private owned, public use airports in the U.S.
We also benefit from some unique customer amenities – country club atmosphere, private 18 hole and public 9 hole golf courses adjacent, and acountry club restaurant within a short walk. Flying guests are welcomed at the country club restaurant as long as they are wearing a collared shirt.
The Watts-Woodland airport offers a well-maintained 3,700 foot paved, pilot controlled, lighted runway. With a GPS and VOR instrument approach, this airport offers operations 365 days a year. Stop in for fuel and say hello to our friendly office staff at the FBO. Next door is Yolo Fliers Club open to fly-in guests for lunch Tuesday through Sunday and breakfast on the weekends.Read More >
Flight training in a variety of aircraft. We offer specialized training to fit your needs! Private pilot, instrument and commercial pilot training, flight reviews, and ground school for every phase of your flight training. Have a deadline? We offer accelerated training programs too. Tailwheel, complex, and high performance aircraft are available for a fun experience or to add a rating.Read More >
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