June 2004

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Palomar Airport Is Renovated To Lure Corporate Jets

Sunday, June 20, 2004
Upgrading to business class As Palomar Airport Is Renovated To Lure Corporate Jets, Private Pilots Fear They May Be Grounded
Elena Gaona
THE SAN DIEGO (CA) UNION-TRIBUNE

CARLSBAD – With wooden floors and walls covered in flight memorabilia, the restaurant at McClellan-Palomar Airport wraps visitors in another era, when few things were more glamorous than a small plane in the sky, its carefree pilot exposed to sun and wind.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Palomar Airport Is Renovated To Lure Corporate Jets

Sunday, June 20, 2004
Upgrading to business class As Palomar Airport Is Renovated To Lure Corporate Jets, Private Pilots Fear They May Be Grounded
Elena Gaona
THE SAN DIEGO (CA) UNION-TRIBUNE

CARLSBAD – With wooden floors and walls covered in flight memorabilia, the restaurant at McClellan-Palomar Airport wraps visitors in another era, when few things were more glamorous than a small plane in the sky, its carefree pilot exposed to sun and wind.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Watsonville’s Secondary Strip Limits Growth

Tuesday, June 22, 2004
Reserve Runway At Center Of Debate
Watsonville’s secondary strip limits growth
By DONNA JONES
The Santa Cruz (CA) Sentinel

WATSONVILLE – A report, due out today and anxiously awaited by area pilots, details six options for one of Watsonville Municipal Airport’s two runways – including shutting it down.

Pre-2008 Archived Articles

Watsonville’s Secondary Strip Limits Growth

Tuesday, June 22, 2004
Reserve Runway At Center Of Debate
Watsonville’s secondary strip limits growth
By DONNA JONES
The Santa Cruz (CA) Sentinel

WATSONVILLE – A report, due out today and anxiously awaited by area pilots, details six options for one of Watsonville Municipal Airport’s two runways – including shutting it down.