California Airport Links

There are over 250 public-use airports in California. The following airports have airport-specific websites of interest to the general aviation community. Please contact webmaster@calpilots.org to submit any additional links or to report broken links.

  • Agua Caliente Airport
    The facility serves residents of rural east San Diego County and visitors to Agua Caliente Hot Springs County Park. To the uninformed, Agua Caliente Airstrip looks like a blacktop field next to a two-lane desert highway in the middle of nowhere. To those with knowledge, it’s the gateway to a beautiful hideaway.
  • Agua Dulce Airport
  • Amador County (Westover) Airport
  • Bakersfield Airport
  • Banning Airport
  • Big Bear Airport
    Big Bear City Airport is located in the San Bernardino Mountains at the 6,748 foot elevation. It is the only airport serving the communities of Big Bear Lake, Big Bear City, Lake Arrowhead and other communities in the mountain range.
  • Bishop Airport
    Welcome to the Eastern Sierra Regional Airport (KBIH) and the beautiful Owens Valley. Located just 2 miles east of the city of Bishop, California, KBIH is a full-service regional airport offering fuel, oxygen service, light repairs, flight training, and friendly, helpful staff. KBIH is also a convenient alternate for visitors to Mammoth Lakes(KMMH).
  • Booneville Airport
    It’s a short walk from the Boonville airport to downtown Boonville where you can get lunch and an ice cream cone.
  • Borrego Valley Airport
    There is no time like Springtime in the desert. And Borrego Valley Airport is an ideal location to start desert exploration. The weather is usually pleasant and the flora is adorned with a rainbow of colors between March and May.
  • Burbank Airport
    Burbank Airport is a convenient, friendly airport in the best location for access to and from Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. It’s the closest airport to Downtown L.A., Hollywood, Disney, Warner Bros., NBC, the Rose Bowl, Dodger Stadium, Magic Mountain and much more.
  • Byron Airport
  • Cable Airport
    The Cable Airport today is situated on 105 acres and is home for over 450 aircraft. Its first tenant is also its longest tenant. It is home for several businesses, homebuilders, and a private museum. It is a favorite spot for airplane watchers and good old fashioned family fun.
  • Calaveras County Airport
    Maury Rasmussen Field is a General Aviation Airport with hangars, tie downs, fuel, land & sea flight training, and aircraft maintenance services.Calaveros
  • Camarillo Airport
    The Camarillo Airport is located on the southwest corporate limits of the City of Camarillo. The airport is classified as a general aviation reliever airport for the Los Angeles area, supporting a wide range of general aviation activity.
  • Carlsbad (McClellan-Palomar) Airport
    McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad is a gateway to and from San Diego’s North County. It serves the general aviation community, corporate aircraft and commercial services.
  • Catalina Airport
    The airport is located in the center of Catalina Island, at 1602 feet elevation.Its single 3250 foot runway is able to accommodate most small planes. The airport is managed by The Catalina Island Conservancy.
  • Chico Airport
    The Chico Municipal Airport (CMA) was dedicated in 1935, and is a modern integrated air facility. CMA is capable of accommodating air carriers as well as both commercial and general aviation planes.
  • Chiriaco Summit Airport
    Chiriaco Summit Airport is located at the summit between the Coachella Valley and Desert Center in Riverside County, immediately adjacent to Interstate 10.
  • Concord (Buchanan Field)
  • Davis University Airport
    The University of California acquired the Airport, along with agricultural land, early in 1950 and continues to provide airport facilities to the Davis campus, the City of Davis, and to the general public. Davis is the only campus in the University of California system with an airport.
  • Delano Airport
    The Delano Municipal Airport is an uncontrolled airfield offering a 5,651 foot runway and light aviation services and is open to the public. The airport was first opened in April of 1940. The airport plays its own part in the history of aviation in the local area.
  • Desert Center Airport
    N33 44.9 W115 19.4 Remarks: The single runway is a paved section on top of one of General Patton’s old runways.
  • Fallbrook Airport
    Tucked away in northern San Diego County is a gem of a community: Fallbrook. The emerald hills and valley are home to celebrities and everyday people.
  • Franklin Field
    Franklin Field is currently a public use airport owned and operated by the County of Sacramento. The facility is considered an uncontrolled airport since it does not have an air traffic control tower or personnel. There are approximately 36,000 operations each year at Franklin Field, including flight training.
  • French Valley Airport
    French Valley Airport is located in Southwest Riverside County, adjacent to the communities of Temecula, Murrieta and Winchester. The airport, located on Highway 79, is only minutes away from Interstate 15 and the 215 Corridor which are distinguished by a proliferation of high-tech and manufacturing business. Outstanding climate and minimal congestion make takeoffs and landings easy at French Valley Airport. The wide-open approaches and ground support services accommodate most aircraft including jets and turbo-props.
  • Fresno Airport
    The Terminal is open 3 a.m. to 1:30 a.m., or last flight arrival daily. The Security Screening Checkpoint is open for passengers from 4 a.m. until final flight departs, approximately 8:30 p.m.
  • Fullerton Airport
    The Fullerton Airport is the only general aviation airport in Orange County. It is centrally located in the Los Angeles basin, and is adjacent to Interstate 5 and Highway 91. The airport is three miles from Knott’s Berry Farm and six miles from Disneyland.
  • Grass Valley (Nevada County) Airport
    The Nevada County Airport plays a vital role in the economic and recreational health of Nevada County. The airport is home to many types of aircraft including homebuilt, commercial charter, ultralight, and private. Additionally, the airport is home to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Grass Valley Inter-Agency Air Attack Base.
  • Gualala (Ocean Ridge) Airport
    Ocean Ridge is a small, mostly deserted airport located about 3 miles from the town of Gualala on the northern California coast in Mendocino County. It is about 80nm northwest of the city of San Francisco.
  • Gustine Airport
    The Gustine Airport is classified as a basic utility airport, and is primarily used by private aircraft. Gustine Municipal Airport has a 3,200 foot lighted runway, carries 100 octane fuel, and is available on demand 24 hours a day for non-scheduled flights
  • Half Moon Bay Airport
    The Half Moon Bay Airport is located on the scenic Northern California coast about 20 miles south of San Francisco. It was constructed by the California State Highway Department for the U.S. Army in 1942.
  • Harris Ranch Airport
  • Hawthorne Airport
    Hawthorne Municipal Airport, also known as Jack Northrop Field, is an FAA-designated general aviation reliever airport owned by the City of Hawthorne. Hawthorne Airport LLC—a strategic partnership of Kearny Real Estate Company, Wedgewood and Howard CDM—has entered into a 45-year ground lease agreement with the City to operate all non-runway portions of the Airport.
  • Hemet-Ryan Airport
    Hemet-Ryan Airport is located in the San Jacinto Valley of Riverside County and provides convenient access to the mid-county region, including
  • Hesperia Airport
  • Hollister (Frazier Lake) Airport
  • Jacumba Airport
    Flying over, or driving by on Interstate 8, you might miss tiny Jacumba. But hundreds of soaring enthusiasts know the airport and some even know where the town is. However, few people know what Jacumba is all about.
  • Inyokern Airport
    Inyokern Airport is located in the Indian Wells Valley, about 100 miles from the County Seat in Bakersfield, 80 miles from the Lancaster / Palmdale area, and 120 miles from San Bernardino, the three nearest major urban centers.
  • Livermore Airport
    The Livermore Airport, a Division of the Public Services Department, is owned and operated by the City of Livermore. The Airport is a General Aviation Airport which serves private, business, and corporate tenants and customers. The airport is located three miles northwest of the City of Livermore adjacent to the Las Positas Golf Course and the Water Reclamation Plant and is situated on 643 acres. The facility has two parallel runways: a 5,255′ lighted main runway, and 2,700′ unlighted training runway.
  • Lake Tahoe Airport
    You’re on final approach to the LAKE TAHOE AIRPORT — a year ’round all-weather facility with professional services for the general aviation and corporate executive traveler. We’re less than 15 minutes from the heart of Lake Tahoe’s South Shore community, the Stateline Casinos and Heavenly Ski Resort.
  • Lodi (Kingdon Executive) Airport
  • Lompoc Airport
    The Lompoc Airport is situated in the western part of Santa Barbara County. The airport is located on the City of Lompoc’s north side and on the south bank of the Santa Ynez River, west of State Highway 1.
  • Long Beach Airport
  • Los Banos
    Los Banos California is home to the Los Banos Municipal Airport in Ca. This is a small general aviation airport that services the community and the general vicinity. Parks and other services are close by.
  • Marina Airport
  • Mariposa-Yosemite Airport
    Mariposa-Yosemite Airport is located in west central Mariposa County, California. The airport is approximately 70 miles northeast of Fresno, 37 miles east of Merced and 18 miles southwest of Yosemite National Park.
  • Merced (Castle) Airport
    Castle Airport is the busiest GA airport in the area and provides a vital link to Merced County region’s air transportation industry. The staff at Castle Airport is committed to making Castle your airport of choice.
  • Merced Regional Airport (Macready)
    The Merced Regional Airport/Macready Field (MCE) offers a short commute, free parking, simple check-in, no long lines and professional TSA baggage inspection services. Departing from here is easy! It’s a short commute, much faster than that long commute to San Francisco or Oakland airports and much easier than that grueling drive down to Orange County or Los Angeles. In addition to carrying the exceptional and reliable service of Great Lakes Airlines, our airport also offers facilities for general aviation aircraft, Avis and Enterprise car rental agencies, the Hangar Café, Gateway Air Center for private aircraft, offices for government agencies, great concessionaires, and corporate hangars.
  • Modesto City/County Airport
    Modesto City-County Airport’s primary activity is general aviation in nature and the airport is home base for approximately 200 general aviation aircraft, which include Corporate Jets, Twin and Single Engine Aircraft, Helicopters, and Ultralights.
  • Mojave Airport
    No longer a sleepy high desert general aviation Mojave Airport destination, Mojave Air and Space Port has amassed more first flights and significant news worthy flight activity than any other airport in the world over the past five years. Currently home to over forty (40) companies engaged in flight development to light industrial to highly advanced aerospace design, flight test and research and even heavy rail industrial manufacturing, Mojave Air and Space Port and industrial park might very well be a future destination for your business.
  • Monterey Peninsula Airport
  • Napa Valley Airport
    Napa Valley Airport, “Skyport to the Wine Country,” Welcomes You. Welcome to the world-class Napa Valley winegrowing region, home to renowned wineries, top-ranked restaurants, luxurious spas and pristine golf links. When you travel, for business or for pleasure, choose Napa County Airport, popularly called Napa Valley Airport, your Skyport to the Wine Country and the San Francisco Bay Area.
  • Marin County Airport
    As the nearest uncongested general aviation facility to San Francisco and the North Bay wine country, Gnoss is a popular destination for business and pleasure pilots. The airport consists of 120 acres and is home base to over 295 aircraft, from small singles to corporate.
  • Oakland International Airport
    Gateway to San Francisco and the East Bay.
  • Oceano Airport
    The Oceano County Airport is located only minutes walking away from some of the most beautiful coastline in California. With easy access to the Pismo Beach dunes, you can walk the beach and enjoy ATV riding, Hummer tours of the dunes, swimming in the ocean, or simply relaxing on the beach sand. Overnight accommodations are made easy with the airport’s onsite campground as well as close proximity to a variety of local vacation property rentals, many of which are located directly on the beach.
  • Ocotillo Airport
    Ocotillo Airstrip, one of eight aviation facilities owned by the County of San Diego, is a great way for pilots to visit this remote area. The strip’s two runways, one 2,475 feet long and the other 4,210 feet, sit on a dry lake bed about 100 miles east of downtown San Diego. A small café, gas station and general store are directly across State Route 78. Tie-downs are available at the airstrip’s transient area.
  • Orange County (John Wayne) Airport
  • Orland (Haigh Field) Airport
  • Oroville Airport
    Located at 225 Chuck Yeager Way, the Oroville Municipal Airport is located approximately 3 miles southwest of the downtown. The Airport has two runways: Runway 1-19 (6,020 feet long and 100 feet wide) and Runway 12-30 (3,540 feet long and 100 feet wide).
  • Oxnard Airport
    The airport is conveniently located a mile and a half west of Oxnard’s business district and within a three minute drive from the beach. There are several historic attractions within a twenty minute drive from the airport, including the Henry T. Oxnard Historical District, Oxnard’s Heritage Square, Channel Islands National Park, the San Buena- Ventura Mission, Olivas Adobe, and the Ventura Pier. There are three shopping malls also located within a twenty minute drive from the airport, along with three golf courses.
  • Palm Springs International Airport
  • Palm Springs (Jackie Cochran) Airport
    Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport is a first choice destination for business and private aviation within Riverside County and indeed, the Southern California region. Located in the Coachella Valley—known as the Desert Resorts Region, the City of Palm Springs, the communities of Coachella, Indio and La Quinta surround the airport.
  • Palo Alto Airport
  • Paso Robles Airport
  • Petaluma Airport
  • Placerville Airport
  • Ramona Airport
    Uncomplicated airspace, available services, ideal climate and proximity to North County business and recreation centers make Ramona Airport an ideal destination for work or pleasure. As Ramona’s second largest employment center, the airport is home to the California Division of Forestry’s (CDF) and U.S. Forest Service’s “Air Attack Base.”
  • Redding Municipal Airport
    Aircraft sales, maintenance and rental, charter service, flight instruction, avionics, hangar facilities and transient aircraft parking are all available at the Airport.
  • Redding (Benton) Airpark
    Benton Airpark is a general aviation airport owned and operated by the City of Redding. Benton Airpark is Redding’s first airport and was purchased by the City in 1920 for the purpose of developing an aerial landing space. It is situated on 158 acres on Redding’s west side at the corner of Placer Street and Airpark Drive. Benton is served by a single asphalt runway 2,420 feet in length and 80 feet wide.
  • Redlands Municipal Airport
    Since 1947 Redlands Municipal Airport has been serving the area’s aviation community. Redlands Municipal Airport (FAA identification KREI) is a 180 acre facility with a 4,570 foot long by 75 foot wide runway serving approximately 240 based aircraft.
  • Rialto Municipal Airport
  • Riverside Airport
    Riverside Airport has become the leading destination for corporate and business aviation in Southern California’s Inland Empire.
  • Riverside (Flabob) Airport
    THE LITTLE AIRPORT THAT TIME FORGOT. Flabob Airport is the seventh oldest surviving airport in California. Founded in 1925 as Riverside’s municipal airport, Flabob is a paradise for homebuilders, antiquers, and everyone devoted to sport and family aviation. We’re a village of aviation nuts — “Flabobians” — stuck in a 40s and 50s time warp. Flabob is year-round home to more “education through aviation” than anywhere else. Come see us. Every day’s a fly-in at Flabob.
  • Rosamond Skypark
    The Rosamond Skypark is a privately-owned and operated residential skypark located in Southern California’s Antelope Valley (AKA “Aerospace Valley”). Our FAA designator is L00 (Lima-Zero-Zero) and our airport is open for public use. This website is operated by the Rosamond Skypark Association as a service to our owner/members. We also provide many items of interest to pilots and the general public.
  • Sacramento Executive Airport
    Executive Airport is Northern California’s premier general aviation airport. Over 30 businesses operate at Executive offering a wide variety of aviation related services including a full service FBO, flight schools, aircraft maintenance, avionics, insurance, and aerial photography as well as a restaurant, Aviators, that serves breakfast and lunch seven days a week and dinner Friday and Saturday nights.
  • Sacramento (Mather) Airport
  • Sacramento (Franklin Field)
    Franklin Field is currently a public use airport owned and operated by the County of Sacramento. The facility is considered an uncontrolled airport since it does not have an air traffic control tower or personnel. There are approximately 36,000 operations each year at Franklin Field, including flight training.
  • Salinas Municipal Airport
    The Salinas Municipal Airport is located on the southeastern boundary of the City of Salinas, three miles from city center. It is an excellent, well-constructed, general aviation facility occupying 763 acres, with three runways serving single and twin engine aircraft and helicopters, as well as an increasing number of turbo-propeller and turbine-powered business jets.
  • San Bernardino Airport
    The San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) currently has one fixed base operator, SBD FBO Services, LLC (formerly Blue’s Aviation), offering hangar facilities, aircraft tie downs, maintenance, ground support services and fueling capabilities to a variety general aviation users.
  • San Diego (Montgomery Field)
    Montgomery Field (MYF) is centrally located in the Kearny Mesa area of the City. The airport is home base to approximately 600 aircraft and offers a 3400′ lighted runway served by an Instrument Landing System (ILS), with 4,577 feet available for takeoff, a 3,400′ parallel runway, a 3,400′ crosswind runway, a control tower operating 6:00 am – 9:00 pm daily, and a full range of aviation support facilities.
  • San Diego (Gillespie Field)
    Nestled in the northwest corner of El Cajon, Gillespie Field is a gateway to the world. Gillespie Field is the oldest and largest of the San Diego County’s eight airports. It includes not just runways, tower, and a terminal, but many airport-related businesses as well.
  • San Carlos Airport
    The San Carlos Airport is home to approximately 500 aircraft and over 25 aviation related businesses. Last year, San Carlos Airport generated over 130,000 aircraft “operations”. Approximately half of the operations are business related or revenue generating.
  • San Diego (Brown Field)
    Located north of the U.S. – Mexico border, Brown Field (SDM) is a port-of-entry into the United States for private air craft coming from Mexico into California. Brown Field is also heavily used by military and law enforcement agencies.
  • San Jose (Reid-Hillview Airport)
  • San Luis Obispo Airport
    Located just south of the City of San Luis Obispo, the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport serves areas as far north as Southern Monterey County and as far south as Northern Santa Barbara County. The airport offers convenient access to and from the Central Coast. Residents and visitors have the choice of two commercial airlines with flights to Los Angeles, Phoenix, and San Francisco. The airport is also home to full service general aviation and corporate facilities.
  • South County Airport
  • Satan Barbara Airport
  • Santa Maria Airport
    The Santa Maria Public Airport (SMX) is located midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. SMX is a full-service general aviation, corporate, and air carrier facility. The Airport service area extends from southern San Luis Obispo County through the Santa Maria and Lompoc Valleys, into the communities of Santa Ynez and Solvang.
  • Santa Monica Airport
  • Santa Paula Airport
  • Sonoma County Airport
  • Santa Ynez Valley Airport
    The Santa Ynez Valley Airport Authority (SYVAA) is a private, non-profit, public benefit corporation, which was founded for the sole purpose of leasing, managing and operating the Santa Ynez Airport for the benefit of Santa Barbara County, the community in which the airport is located, and the airport users.
  • Shafter (Minter Field) Airport
    Shafter Airport is ideal for corporate aircraft with two active runways, offering the flying executive the ability to taxi right up to your industrial door step. Opportunity for hangar complex developers and full service FBOs exist. Land is also available for corporate and individual storage hangars. Shafter Airport is ideally situated approximately 4 miles from the International Trade and Transportation Center (ITTC).
  • Shelter Cove Airport
    Entire airport is surrounded by a nine hole golf course. Open to the public All year round. Better ocean and mountain views then Pebble Beach. Everything of interest is within close walking distance: – multiple places of lodging from basic motel rooms to units with kitchens facilities, fireplaces, hot tubs, etc. To a bed & breakfast. Several of these are right on the water. – 4 Restaurants, Coffee House, Pub, or Deli some with Bars. All with ocean views. – Tidepools, Little Black Sand Beach and some Of the best Salmon Fishing & Bottom Fishing in Northern California. Charter Boat trips are available. – Campground is adjacent to the airport – Tent campers are welcome. – Public picnic sites & Tables are available right on the water in several locations.
  • Sonoma Skypark Airport
  • Stockton Airport
    The Stockton Metropolitan Airport is located on the Southern boundary of the city of Stockton in the heart of California’s central valley. The Airport is conveniently located between two major north-south thoroughfares; Interstate 5, 1.5 miles to the West, and State Highway 99, which borders the airport on the East side, view map. Situated on 1,449 acres of land, the Stockton Metropolitan Airport has an 8,650-foot long, 150-foot wide primary ILS runway, with a take-off distance available of 11,037 feet. The Stockton Metropolitan Airport also has a 4,458-foot long, 75-foot wide general aviation runway.
  • Tehachapi Airport
    At an elevation of 4,001 feet, Tehachapi’s Municipal Airport is known as the corridor to Northern and Southern California! Located at the south of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Tehachapi is an ideal spot to stop not only to fuel, but to enjoy an old-fashioned mountain town with good food and great prices. A friendly place to rest your wings!
  • Torrance Airport
    TORRANCE AIRPORT – ZAMPERINI FIELD serves as a general aviation airport with approximately 500 based aircraft. While home to primarily private aircraft, it also houses several Fixed Base Operators (FBOs) which are available for flight instruction, aircraft repair, and charter flights. The Airport is also the headquarters for Robinson Helicopters, the largest manufacturer of private helicopters in the United States. Torrance Municipal Airport – Zamperini Field is a valuable asset for both business promotion and recreation in the South Bay area.
  • Tracy Municipal Airport
    There are two active runways at the airport. Runway (8/26) is aligned east/west and is 3,438 feet long and 100 feet wide. Runway (12/30) is aligned northwest/southeast and because of a displaced threshold, runway 30 has 3,742 available feet for landing and 4,002 available feet for take-off. Runway 12 has 4,002 feet available for both take-off and landing. Other airport services include: hangar rentals, tiedowns, as well as aviation and jet fuel sales.
  • Truckee-Tahoe Airport
  • Tulare (Mefford Field) Airport
    Mefford Field is a general aviation facility actively used by both local and transient aircraft with an estimated 30,000 annual operations. It provides a fixed base of operations for the Tulare Mosquito Abatement District and seven aviation related commercial enterprises. Included within the 180 acre facility are six conventional hangar buildings, two ten unit T-hangar and twelve single engine individual hangar units.
  • Turlock Municipal Airport
  • Ukiah Regional Airport
    The City of Ukiah owns and operates the Ukiah Regional Airport and has owned the facility since the 1930s. The airport is comprised of one 5,000 ft. runway and taxiway, 160 acres in size, and has 87 aircraft based on site.
  • Van Nuys Airport
    Located in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, Van Nuys Airport (VNY) ranks as the world’s busiest general aviation airport. Dedicated to noncommercial air travel, VNY averages close to 400,000 takeoffs and landings annually.
  • Victorville (So. Cal. Logistics) Airport
    Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA) is a 2,500-acre world-class aviation and air cargo facility serving international and domestic needs. The airport can accommodate all current-flying commercial and military aircraft with a 24-hour per day tower operation and emergency response capabilities comparable to the world’s largest airports.
  • Visalia Municipal Airport
  • Watsonville Airport
    Watsonville Airport, home of the Watsonville Fly-In and Air Show, is located in Watsonville California on the Central Coast near Santa Cruz, Salinas, Monterey, and Carmel. The Airport is home to about 320 corporate and private aircraft. Flight instruction, airplane rentals, scenic flights, avgas, aircraft sales, maintenance facilities and restaurant are available on the field. Come visit us and enjoy all we have to offer.
  • Weed Airport
  • Willits-Glenn County Airport
    Located in Willows, CA at the southwest corner of State Route 162 (Wood Street) and Interstate 5.
  • Whiteman Airport
  • Woodlake Airport
    Situated on approximately 87 acres, the Woodlake Airport provides the community with an air link to the world. The airport is located on the southern edge of Woodlake, next to the St. Johns River. Woodlake Municipal Airport is often free of the winter tule fog which plagues other valley airports.