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Through membership dues, fundraisers, and our biennial Auburn Air Fair, the Auburn Aviation Association funds fledgling pilots.

Membership in our aviation community puts you elbow to elbow with movers and shakers in the regional community.

General  membership meets monthly to hear an entertaining speaker and share some fellowship over a pot-puck dinner.



About aaa

since 1984

TEACH A KID TO FLY - Donate to our scholarship fund. 

Dedicated to aviation, safety, friendship, community involvement and education since 1984 

​Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, above the fog line and below the snow line, Auburn, California draws aviators from around the region.  


​​Wednesday OCTOBER 4th

  Author Christina Olds is our October speaker.  She'll tell us the story of her father, the legendary fighter pilot Robin Olds - a classic hero with vices as well as virtues. His many achievements include flying the P-51 and P-38 in WWII and the F-4 over North Vietnam, commanding an RAF sqquadron, and marrying a movie star.  
Come at 5:30 p.m. for socializing and ​​​6 p.m. for the meeting in the Barnstormer Room at the Auburn Airport across from the fuel pumps. PLEASE BRING A POTLUCK DISH TO SHARE.

upcoming speakers

November 1 - Joellen Oslund, one of the first women pilots in the U.S. Navy. She and 5 other women challenged federal law in order to serve on U.S. Navy ships.

December 6 - Holiday Music from the Voce Miste Choir - no speaker

January 3 - The Cassini spacecraft, deployed to outer space to take more than half a million photos discovered liquid water, and possibly life, on two of Saturn's moons, presented by NASA Solar System Ambassador Tim Pinkney.

February 7 - Military historian Ken Nielsen will tell the story of aircraft production in California during WWII.