[KSNS]

KSNS Salinas Municipal Airport (605 acres) Salinas, CA Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [KOAR] 8 W ; [KMRY] 12 W ; [KCVH] 17 NE ; [KWVI] 19 NW ;(ave. distance: 14 nm) Total Based Aircraft: 197 (164 single-props, 15 multi-props) (4 … Continue reading

Accidents & Incidents, [2015Q2]

The following table presents a chronology for the second quarter of 2015, showing all known ‘fatal’ U.S. civil aviation accidents, as well as a few selected non-fatal accidents and incidents. Data shows date (weekends are underlined), location, number of fatalities, … Continue reading

Accidents & Incidents 2015: further details

Click here to view the full list of Accidents & Incidents for the current quarter 12/23/2015: Telluride, CO 12/22/2015: Castro Valley, CA 12/19/2015: Bakersfield, CA 12/17/2015: Madison, FL 11/23/2015: NW of Santa Monica, CA 10/26/2015: Ocean Springs, MS 10/14/2015: Hammond, … 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

[KOAR]

KOAR Marina Municipal Airport (acreage not specified) Marina, CA Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [KMRY] 7 SW ; [KSNS] 8 E ; [KWVI] 15 N ; [KCVH] 21 NE ;(ave. distance: 13 nm) Total Based Aircraft: 25 (19 single-props, 1 multi-prop, … 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

[KMRY]

KMRY Monterey Peninsula Airport (597 acres) Monterey, CA Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [KOAR] 7 NE ; [KSNS] 12 E ; [KWVI] 21 N ; [KCVH] 28 NE ;(ave. distance: 17 nm) Total Based Aircraft: 136 (112 single-props, 14 multi-props) (7 … 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