New Public Use Airports

While we can never let our guard down regarding California?s Airports, it?s good to review the positive things occurring to aviation in our state. It is important to understand that California has made some progress. Below is a list of airports which have changed status in some manner over the past decade. In some cases such as abandoned military airports, which are now available to general aviation.

Airport City Ar

????????Airport ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????City??????????????????????????????????????????????Area

Marina Airport (?98)

Monterey

Central Coast

San Bernardino Int?l Airport (?94)

San Bernardino

Los Angeles / Desert

So. California Int?l Airport (?94)

San Bernardino

Los Angeles / Desert

????????????????????????????????????????????????????Status Changes

Perris Valley Airport (?02)

Riverside

Los Angeles / Desert

???(Change from Special Use,Private)

New Cuyama Airport (?92)

Santa Barbara?

Central Coast

????(Change from Private to Public Use)

MacGillivray Airport (?92)

San Luis Obispo

Central Coast

????(Change from Special Use to Private)

Sky Soaring Airpor (?92)????????

Alameda

Bay Area

????(Change from Public Use to Special Use)

Skylark Airport (?92)

Riverside

Los Angeles / Desert

????(Change from Public Use to Special Use)

Vaca-Dixon Airport (?92)

Solano?

Bay Area

????????????????????????????????????????????????????Military Base Conversions:

CastleAirport (?98)

Merced

Central California

>????(Was Castle Air Force Base)

McClellan Air Park Airport (?02)

Sacramento

Central California

????(Was McClellan Air Force Base)

Mather Field Airport (?94)

Sacramento

Central California

????(Was Mather Field Air Force Base)

?

Source: Caltrans Aeronautics Division

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