In north San Diego county, 18 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean and adjacent to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, lies Fallbrook. It is a rather unique unincorporated community with its own small airport, Fallbrook Community Airpark. Prime lease holder on the Airpark is Fallbrook Air Service and Aberle Custom Aircraft, owned and operated by the Aberle family, who moved to Fallbrook in 1968. On the Airpark at that time were approximately 15 airplanes, one 10 unit hangar building and lots of weeds. Many LEAN years were to pass before black ink hit the ledger. Today there are over 125 aircraft based here.
Our Airpark adds to the unique flavor of the little town. The runway is relatively short (2,165 feet long), the entire airport is terraced on a hill (the approaches are unobstructed), and it was created by local individuals with absolutely no public monies.
Fallbrook Air Service has served general aviation with aircraft rental, flight instruction, hangar / tie-downs, aircraft maintenance and has served aviation and the Fallbrook community for over 50 years.
The airpark has many vintage aircraft and a very avid pilot community that share and serve aviation with their passion for flying, experience and community outreaches.
We have formed Fallbrook Aero Club as a non-profit corporation, in an attempt to make flying more affordable and as an educational tool for further learning. Our mission is to promote and foster continuing education in General Aviation..