With a population of less than 1,500, Montague, California is as small and rustic as a town in California can possibly be. With a stunning mountainscape backdrop, a visit to Montague is unlike your typical California destination.
The city of Montague was founded in 1887 and named after Samuel Skerry Montague, a Chief Engineer with the Central Pacific Railroad. Today, this city proudly provides its residents and visitors with a Western vibe and strong community morals and ideals.
Visitors in the area should plan to visit the Montague Depot Museum to get a better understanding of the history of the area. The railroad made its final stop at this depot on October 15, 1977 after 90 years of service. In 1978, the depot was moved to its current site. In 2003, the depot was renovated but still resembles the way it looked all those years ago.
The Siskiyou County Airport rests in the beautiful Shasta Valley. When you fly to the jet charter airport in Montague, you’ll be able to charter nearly any aircraft you prefer. With a runway of more than 7,000 feet, this airport can accommodate even the largest aircraft available for charter.
Some of the most popular charter options to the airport include:
- Turboprops, like the Beechcraft King Air 250 and the Socata TBM 850
- Light aircraft, like the Lear 40, Citation Bravo and the Citation CJ3
- Mid-size aircraft, like the Citation VI, the Hawker 750 and the Gulfstream G150
- Super mid-size aircraft, like the Embraer Legacy 450, the Legacy 500 and the Falcon 50
- Heavy jet charters, like the Embraer Legacy 650, the Challenger 605 and the Challenger 850