California Airports Closed Since 1990

The following California Airports have been closed, for a number of different reasons, at a rate of 1.5 per year since 1990. These invaluable California Transportation Infrastructure assets cannot be recovered.

Unfortunately we will soon add Rialto and Elk Grove to the growing list of airports closed since 1990!

 

Airport

County

Geographic Area

Year Closed

Alta Airport

Tulare

Central California

1994

Antioch Airport

Contra Costa

Bay Area

1990

Atwater Airport

Merced

Central California

1994

Bear Creek Airport

Riverside

Los Angeles (Desert)

1998

Borges-Clarksburg Airport

Yolo

Central California

1998

Calistoga Airpark Airport

Napa

Bay Area

1990

Carmel Valley Airport

Monterey

Central Coast

2002

Eagleville Airport

Modoc

Northern State

2002

Enterprise Skypark Airport

Shasta

Morthern State

1994

Gallaher Airport

Tulare

Central California

1994

Green Acres Airport

Tulare

Central California

1992

Holtville Airport

Imperial

Los Angeles (Desert)

2002

Meadowlark Airport

Orange

Los Angeles (Desert)

1990

Natomas Airport

Sacramento

Central California

2002

Pearce Field Airport

Lake

North Coast

1994

Pixley Airport

Tulare

Central California

1998

Rancho California Airport

Riverside

Los Angeles (Desert)

1990

Redding Sky Ranch Airport

Shasta

Northern State

1994

Rio Bravo Airport

Kern

Central Claifonia

2002

San Ardo Airport

Monterey

Central Coast

1994

Santa Rosa Air Center

Sonoma

Northern Bay Area

1992

Shannon Airport

Trinity

North Coast

1990

Shingletown Airport

Shasta

Northern State

2002

Sun Hill Ranch Airport

San Bernardino

Los Angeles (Desert)

2002

Vacaville Gliderport

Solano

Bay Area

1990

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