KONT Ontario International Airport (1,741 acres) Ontario, CA Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [KCCB] 5 NW ; [KCNO] 5 S ; [KPOC] 9 W ; [KAJO] 10 S ;(ave. distance: 7 nm) Total Based Aircraft: 19 (1 single-prop, 4 multi-props) (9 … Continue reading

Seeking Quiet Sleep at Lake Arrowhead

Activist David Caine has written a letter to Dennis Roberts (FAA Regional Administrator for the Western Pacific Region) and David Abney (CEO at UPS). It was published online at Mountain News. Here’s an aiRchived copy of David’s letter: Click on the … Continue reading

FEB 25-27: Aviation Noise & Emissions Symposium, at Long Beach, CA

Every year, industry representatives (including FAA and the lobbyists, of course!) meet at around this time, for the ‘Aviation Noise & Emissions Symposium’. The event is traditionally held in the Palm Springs area, but is at Long Beach this year. … Continue reading

1990 vs 2005 vs 2016 Operations: Exposing FAA’s Inaccurate Forecasts

While doing some online research and archiving of older FAA documents, I ran into a copy of FAA’s 1993 Aviation System Capacity Plan. (click here for an archived copy of the 389-page document). Within this document, Table A-3 offered a … Continue reading

NextGen Abuses at California’s Lake Arrowhead

Click here to read an archived copy of the 12/21/2017 Mountain News article by Heidi Fron (or click here to view the source article), and be sure to read the two ‘open letters’ seeking to fix these NextGen abuses! Both … 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


KAJO Corona Municipal Airport (98 acres) Corona, CA Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [KCNO] 5 N ; [KRAL] 8 NE ; [KONT] 10 N ; [KRIR] 11 NE ;(ave. distance: 9 nm) Total Based Aircraft: 219 (190 single-props, 23 multi-props) (6 … Continue reading