Rialto Airport

Aviation Interest

Flabob to double amount of hangar space

FLABOBRialto’s loss is Flabob’s gain! Rialto unfortunately lost an airport, but as a result, Flabob gained a bunch of hangars and other airport related items. Flabob’s “briar patch” hangars have been torn down, grading has begun, and asphalt will soon be laid west of the gas pump in preparation for the erection of a whole slew of new hangars–some 65 to eventually be available to house planes at Flabob…doubling the hangar space now offered.

The hangars and other equipment were donated by the city of Rialto. L67 was closed this past Sept. 18. On Oct. 8, Flabob officials were notified that they were the recipient of most of the hangars and equipment offered through Rialto’s “Disposition of

Aviation Interest

Flabob to double amount of hangar space

FLABOBRialto’s loss is Flabob’s gain! Rialto unfortunately lost an airport, but as a result, Flabob gained a bunch of hangars and other airport related items. Flabob’s “briar patch” hangars have been torn down, grading has begun, and asphalt will soon be laid west of the gas pump in preparation for the erection of a whole slew of new hangars–some 65 to eventually be available to house planes at Flabob…doubling the hangar space now offered.

The hangars and other equipment were donated by the city of Rialto. L67 was closed this past Sept. 18. On Oct. 8, Flabob officials were notified that they were the recipient of most of the hangars and equipment offered through Rialto’s “Disposition of

California Airports

Art Scholl Aviation Ends 36 Year Run At Rialto Airport

Rialto AirportFinal Fly-In Held As The Business Passes Into The History Books With The Airport Soon To Follow

About 100 pilots quietly held an impromptu fly-in at Rialto Airport (L67) Sunday to mark the passing of two of the industry’s institutions; Art Scholl Aviation and the airport itself.

While the airport is not yet gone, its closure is set for later this year. Judy Scholl decided to close the business this past weekend after 36 years at the airport.

California Airports

Art Scholl Aviation Ends 36 Year Run At Rialto Airport

Rialto AirportFinal Fly-In Held As The Business Passes Into The History Books With The Airport Soon To Follow

About 100 pilots quietly held an impromptu fly-in at Rialto Airport (L67) Sunday to mark the passing of two of the industry’s institutions; Art Scholl Aviation and the airport itself.

While the airport is not yet gone, its closure is set for later this year. Judy Scholl decided to close the business this past weekend after 36 years at the airport.

California Airports

Rialto / L67 will be closed and gone Sunday August 31st.

Rialto AirportIf you ever wondered what the movie might be like about the last day at Santa Monica Airport, here’s a preview.

The movie’s “opening” is Sunday August 31, 2014.

Its closing is this Sunday, too.

A movie cut short. A story that’s long. A story that’s sad.

Rialto / L67 will be closed and gone after Sunday, August 31st. And it could be duplicated at Santa Monica if we don’t get further organized, more money raised, and this initiative passed.