Our president, Joe Buko asked me to write the history of Johnson Field. He thought that doing so would help other members appreciate and take care of what we now have. I agreed to do so (must have been a weak moment), but after thinking about it, realized that our members would be better served if they knew some of the things that lead up to Johnson Field. Why not start at the beginning?
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Come join us FOR FREE on Mondays after 5PM until sunset.
March-October (Weather permitting during daylight savings)
What do you need you bring?
You and the desire to learn
What do we provide?
We bring the planes
We bring the batteries
We bring the chargers
We bring the transmitters and 'Buddy' boxes
We bring years of flying experience and love for the hobby
We bring instructors who carefully bring you up to speed
We bring years of hard earned knowledge & advice if you already have a plane
Johnson Field is located on about 85 acres on the Northeast corner of the intersection of I-15 and State Highway 76. We are about 16 miles North of Escondido on I-15. From I-15, take Highway 76 East towards Pala less than 1/2 mile and turn North on Pankey Rd. Enter the Palomar Flying site through the green gate. On weekdays, members must have a key to unlock the gate. The gate is open on weekends and holidays from about 8am to 1pm or when events are scheduled..
The Club Meetings:
Club Meetings are generally held once a month at the field.
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Join our Club via Online or Mail-in submission. We offer the following:
Active Duty Membership