[E16]

IMPACT: Skydiving-Noise (proposed) 8-11-2015 E16 San Martin Airport (179 acres) San Martin, CA Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [KWVI] 13 SW ; [KCVH] 14 SE ; [KRHV] 18 NW ; [KSJC] 23 NW ;(ave. distance: 17 nm) Total Based Aircraft:69 (61 … Continue reading

IMPACT: Skydiving Noise

Below is a list of communities with documented skydiving noise impacts, as well as a list of locations with proposed skydiving operations. Links to further information on each airport are included. This list is under construction. Readers are encouraged to forward … Continue reading

CALIFORNIA (part-2): Airport Data & Links

Two pages … click on the links for Part One or Part Two: California Airports, #1 thru #50: KLAX thru KPMD California Airports, #51 thru #78: KVCV thru KNUQ KVCV Southern California Logistics Airport (2,300 acres) Victorville, CA Four Nearby … Continue reading

[KCVH]

8-11-2015 KCVH Hollister Municipal Airport (343 acres) Hollister, CA Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [E16] 14 NW ; [KSNS] 17 SW ; [KWVI] 18 W ; [KOAR] 21 SW ;(ave. distance: 18 nm) Total Based Aircraft:178 (99 single-props, 7 multi-props, 65 … Continue reading

[KRHV]

KRHV Reid-Hillview Airport of Santa Clara County (179 acres) San Jose, CA Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [KSJC] 6 W ; [KNUQ] 12 NW ; [KPAO] 16 NW ; [E16] 18 SE ;(ave. distance: 13 nm) Total Based Aircraft: 299 (271 … Continue reading

[KWVI]

Watsonville Municipal Airport was begun in 1939, but it almost never happened. In the late 1930’s, when a massive federal program of airport development was underway, the Civil Aviation Administration (CAA) proposed to build a new airport at Santa Cruz. … Continue reading

CALIFORNIA: Airport Data & Links

Two pages … click on the links for Part One or Part Two: California Airports, #1 thru #50: KLAX thru KPMD California Airports, #51 thru #78: KVCV thru KNUQ KLAX Los Angeles International Airport (3,500 acres) Los Angeles, CA Four … Continue reading

Accidents & Incidents, [2013Q4]

The following table presents a chronology for the fourth quarter of 2013, showing all U.S. aviation accidents listed as ‘Fatal’ within the NTSB Aviation Accident Database. Data shows date (weekends are underlined), location, number of fatalities, and a brief synopsis. … Continue reading