Cable Airport is a non-towered public-use airport, conveniently located in Upland, California.
History of Cable Airport
Cable Airport (ICAO airport code: KCCB) was founded by Maude and Dewey Cable in 1945. As World War II was ending, Dewey Cable decided he was going to make his dream of having his own airport a reality. His family worked tirelessly to build the airport and get it ready for public use. Cable Airport is now the largest family-owned public-use airport. The airport is presently owned and operated by Dewey and Maude’s children and grandchildren.
Foothill Aircraft Sales & Services
Foothill Aircraft was founded by Walter Cable, and we have been providing comprehensive aviation services out of Cable Airport since 1962. Curtis Cable, Walter’s grandson, has been the President and CEO since 1996.
Being located at the airport provides us with the resources and space to meet all of your aviation needs. We offer aircraft sales and maintenance, including inspections, repairs, factory parts, warranty work, and more, at our FAA-certified repair station.
To learn more about Foothill Aircraft Sales & Service, visit our aircraft service department page, aircraft parts page, or aircraft sales page.
Rob Cable Memorial Flight Scholarship
Every year, Cable Airport offers the Rob Cable Memorial Scholarship to honor a great friend of aviation and outstanding pilot, Rob Cable. It is hoped that Rob’s love of flying and spirit will live on through this scholarship. The Rob Cable Memorial Scholarship will provide aviation education and training for selected candidates. Applicants must be at least 16 years old by January 1st of the year the scholarship is awarded, be a United States citizen, and have their FAA Medical Student Pilot Certificate.
Visit the Cable Airport website to learn more about the requirements of the Rob Cable Memorial Flight Scholarship and how to apply.