The culmination of 25 years of experience and passion brought to every flight. Every day.


Since 1992 we’ve been leading the private aviation industry in San Diego with our experience, passion and knowledge. We operate San Diego’s largest fleet of corporate jets, which we meticulously maintain at Palomar Airport and Lindberg field. Our safety record is flawless and we make sure to keep it that way.

We make it simple for customers to fly with us—anytime, anywhere in the world. No overly complicated contracts—just straightforward, personalized service. When our customers call they get a real person backed by a team that is ready to fulfill the customers every request. We get it: Time is money. While our goal is to help people get to their destination faster, safety is always paramount. We value the trust our customers have put in us and view it as our privilege to get them where they need to go, efficiently and flawlessly.

Schubach Aviation owner Henry Schubach personally flew charter customers for over 20 years. His passion for aviation and his dedication to business integrity are matched only by his love of dogs. He is the proud owner of Bob, a handsome Golden Retriever, and Brailey, a black Lab mix, who are often found in the Schubach office. Henry is the driving force behind the company’s commitment to supporting local animal welfare organizations. The company also embraces other charitable organizations that benefit children and the U.S. military.

Now a world-class operation,  Schubach Aviation has flown customers to Europe, the Middle East, Central & South America, Asia and other destinations around the globe. Whether for business or leisure, no other air charter company in San Diego can offer you better service, more private aircraft options or a higher record of safety, for you, your business team or your family.

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