Stockton Metropolitan Airport
The Stockton Metropolitan Airport is an airport operated by San Joaquin County. Its airport designator identification is KSCK/SCK. Its control tower is operated by the FAA and has various approaches to the airfield that include ILS, VOR, NDB and GPS. Stockton Metropolitan Airport can handle large numbers of training flights at the same time because it has two runways, the longest being 10,650 ft and the shortest at 4,454ft. Many of our craft are equipped with GPS/Glass Cockpit units, and this latest in technology permits our school to provide our students a higher level of training that may not be found at other flight schools. We stay abreast of the latest in advancements and technology, and our staff is trained and prepared to offer the most advanced training to our students, whenever possible.
- Class D airspace
- Runway length : 11L-29R 10,650' X 150', 11R-29L 4,454' X 75'
- Latitude: N3753.7, Longitude: 12114.3 (ESTIMATED)
- Airport Elevation: 33ft (SURVEYED)
- Magnetic Variation: 17E
- 3 miles SE of STOCKTON