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Founded in 1989, the
Pacific Coast Air Museum
is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the acquisition, restoration, safe operation and display of historic aircraft, preserving aviation history, and providing an educational venue for students and the community.

We also honor those heroic aviators who have contributed so much to the growth and defense of our way of life.

"One seldom finds such a collection of user-friendly aircraft amidst congenial hosts and lovely wine-country weather. Learn about the vast array of educational programs, scout activities and the opportunities for birthday parties and other gatherings. Bring your family - bring the kids from school - bring the scout troop. ...you´ll find it hard to leave."
Tom Reed
Secretary of the Air Force
1976-77

Member Meeting: July 21, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

REACH Air Medical Services

Join us at our July 21st Membership Meeting at 7 PM as a team from REACH Air Medical Services presents their REACH for Life program.

REACH has pioneered the latest in GPS and night vision goggles technologies in carrying out their mission of providing 911 services here in Northern California as well as other areas and states.

You can check out more details by going to the REACH web site: reachair.com
REACH Air Medical Services
REACH pilots have an average of 5,000 hours experience as pilot in command. All REACH pilots are instrument rated and remain current under a rigid training and check-ride program closely controlled by the FAA. REACH was the first air ambulance company in the United States to receive approval by the FAA to operate off published instrument airways using its own proprietary GPS routes to specific hospitals.

The REACH rotor-wing fleet includes twin-engine IFR-capable Agusta A109 aircraft as well as twin-engine IFR-capable Eurocopter EC135 aircraft. These aircraft have a cruise speed of approximately 140 to 160 mph. Their fleet also includes single-engine, VFR-only Bell 407 aircraft.

The company operates Cessna 421C and King Air B200 twin-engine IFR-capable pressurized fixed-wing aircraft. The cruising speed of these fixed-wing aircraft varies between approximately 200 and 300 mph.

New Location:

Mesa Beverage Company, Inc.
3200 N. Laughlin Road. Santa Rosa, CA

Directions: From Santa Rosa, take Highway 101 North and exit at Airport Blvd. Turn left on Laughlin Road toward the museum. The Mesa building is located on the left side of the street just past the museum and Nob Hill south gate.

Missed one?

January The B-24 Liberator in the China-Burma Theater - Al Pisenti
February TYak 3U “Steadfast” & P-51 Mustang "Voodoo"
Reno Air Race Unlimited Pilot - Will Whiteside
March
B-24 Liberators at Guadalcanal - Art Cader
April Flying the Edge of America - - David Millett, Julia Buss
May Linebacker Two Operations over N. Vietnam
June Plane Jane


Don't miss the next one!

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