Pangborn Memorial Airport is home to numerous aviation businesses. From aircraft maintenance and repair to aircraft restoration and almost everything in between, our aviation businesses are here to help you take flight.
Alpine Aviation, LLC is an aircraft maintenance and repair facility proudly located at Pangborn Memorial Airport (EAT). Alpine Aviation is staffed by an experienced team of dedicated aircraft and Robinson Helicopter technicians. Backed by more than 40 years of professional experience, their team can provide all your maintenance, repair and inspection needs. Alpine Aviation also offers onsite mobile maintenance, aircraft detailing, and comprehensive aircraft maintenance management. Alpine Aviation participates in a FAA drug program to meet FAR 135 operations standards. The company never stops striving to improve safety, quality, reliability and customer service.
RantzAir offers flight instruction and aircraft rentals at Pangborn Memorial Airport. The office is located inside of the Pangborn Flight Center with scheduled hours from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Other hours, including weekends, are available by appointment. Randy Rantz is a Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI) who offers introductory flights, single and twin engine instruction, biannual flight reviews as well as high-performance endorsements. RantzAir has two Cessna 152s and one Cessna 172R aircraft available for rent and flight instruction.
Century Aviation specializes in the manufacture of exact reproduction aircraft and quality restorations of historic and classic aircraft. The company offers disassembly, transportation, and reassembly of aircraft that are too old or too unique to fly. Additionally, they work as consultants to museums, assisting in installing or moving their exhibits. Other services include inspections and load tests on aircraft that will be suspended, design of attachment fittings and rigging, and installation of the aircraft. If you would like to visit their facility, please make an appointment by contacting them at the number below.
Spirit of Wenatchee
The Spirit of Wenatchee is home to Miss Veedol, a replica of a 1930 Bellanca J300 that made the first nonstop crossing of the Pacific Ocean in 1931. The Miss Veedol replica was built over a period of four years with the help of numerous pilots and aviation enthusiasts.
Cascade Soaring Society
The Cascade Soaring Society is a nonprofit club where members enjoy the sport of soaring while learning from one another. It is one of the oldest glider clubs in Washington State and the organization seeks to help others discover this thrilling and challenging sport. They have four club-owned gliders in their fleet: an L-13 Blanik trainer, a Lark IS- 28B2 two-place touring glider, a LET L-33 Solo single-place transition glider, and a Rolladen Schneider LS-3 high-performance glider. The club uses a Cessna 150 with a 150hp engine for glider towing.
Six Chuter International, LLC
Six Chuter International, LLC is a Light Sport Manufacturer of powered parachutes. The company has been producing ultralight and light-sport certified aircraft since 1991, distributing more than 2,100 around the world. Powered parachutes are one of the safest, easiest aircraft to learn and least expensive ways to enjoy aviation. Their 5,000 square foot manufacturing facility is located at 4022 Airport Way. Staff is usually onsite Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, but please call ahead to schedule a visit.
Toll-free phone: 888.727.1998
Local phone: 509.264.0588