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Pilot Information

Get to know the over 30 business operating at Executive.

All of the information a pilot needs for a smooth take off and landing at Executive Airport can be found right here. From facilities and frequencies to procedures, the information below will make your flight as easy as possible.


The following is for information only. For flight planning purposes, please see the FAA Airport/Facility Director.

  • Runway 2-20: 5,503’ by 150’, lighted; Runway 2 instrument approaches: Category I ILS, VOR, GPS, and NDB
  • Runway 12-30: 3,836’ by 100’, lighted
  • Runway 16-34: 3,485’ by 150’
  • Airfield Elevation: 24’ MSL
  • Traffic Pattern Altitude: 1,024’ MSL piston, 1,524’ MSL turbine
  • Contract control tower 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily (SERCO)
  • Self-serve 100 LL Avgas, Jet A, tie-downs, hangar space, FBO and line services

Radio Frequencies

  • FAA Tower/Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF): 119.5
  • Unicom 122.95
  • Sacramento Ground Control: 125.0
  • Nor Cal Approach Control: 119.1, 125.4, 127.4
  • Nor Cal Departure Control: 127.4, 125.25
  • Clearance Delivery: Lockheed Martin FSS 122.05, or by telephone to (888) 766-8267
  • Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS)/Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS): 125.5., or by telephone (916) 428-7066/421-0923.

Standard Operating Procedures

While safety is always the highest priority, the SCAS encourages and expects aircraft operators to operate as quietly as possible. To assist aircraft operators in achieving this goal, the SCAS has established noise abatement procedures designed to minimize aircraft noise exposure in the community. A primary emphasis of these procedures is to minimize aircraft noise during the nighttime hours (21:00 to 06:00) when people are more sensitive to aircraft noise exposure.

SCAS Noise