CALIFORNIA CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
California City Municipal Airport (L 71), 6,045’ x75’ main runway offers opportunity to aviation enthusiasts and businesses within 100 mile radius with ease of access via air, three major highways, a stand-alone air quality district for East Kern County and the 40-acre industrial park. Located within the Edwards 2508 Military Operating Area makes it a prime location for Flight Test Development.
Inyokern Airport is a public use airport serving the northeastern communities of Kern County, CA. The airport covers 1,640 acres at an elevation of 2,457 feet, with three asphalt paved runways that can accommodate almost any class of civilian, commercial or military aircraft.
- Unrivaled test sites under the largest contiguous block of unrestricted airspace in the nation (22,000 miles or 12% of California’s total airspace).
- 350 Clear flying days a year
- Desert, mountain and maritime environments
- One million acres of California desert
Inyokern Airport provides a playground to intrepid aviators, film crews, military and high-tech testing operations, and supporting some of the greatest milestones in manned and unmanned flight.
MOJAVE AIR & SPACE PORT
The World’s Premiere Flight Test Facility! The 3300 acre Mojave Air and Space Port has amassed more first flights and significant newsworthy flight activity than any other airport in the world over the past ten years. Currently home to more than 70 companies Mojave Air and Space Port and industrial park might very well be a future destination for your business.
- Upgraded infrastructure, 3,000 feet of runway and integrated a new commercial development taxiway system.
- Our upgraded rail infrastructure and switch engine moves product in/out of Mojave Air and Space Port with 34 daily rail car shipments through a license agreement with Union Pacific.
- Home to the National Test Pilot School (accredited in 2006), where more test pilots are educated than any other site in the world.
Flight research activities include endo- and exo-atmospheric craft supporting private sector and government funded projects.
PALMDALE REGIONAL AIRPORT
The City of Palmdale assumed control of the airport December 2013, managing it via the Palmdale Airport Authority, and is currently developing a joint use agreement with the United States Air Force at Palmdale Plant 42.
Located just 60 miles from downtown Los Angeles, the airport will play a central role in Palmdale’s future transportation plans. Positioning itself to be an intermodal center unlike any other in the world, plans are underway to bring the airport, two high speed rail systems (California High Speed Rail CHSR and Xpress West from Las Vegas), two freeways, Metrolink rail, Amtrak, AVTA and Greyhound all together converging and connecting in Palmdale.
ROSAMOND SKYPARK AIRPORT
A privately-owned and operated residential skypark located in Southern California’s Antelope Valley (AKA “Aerospace Valley”). Our FAA designator is L00 (Lima-Zero-Zero), is open for public use, and features a paved 3,600-foot (1,100 m) runway.
TEHACHAPI MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
For more information visit: Tehachapi Muni Airport
At an elevation of 4,001 feet, Tehachapi’s Municipal Airport is known as the corridor to Northern and Southern California! Located at the southern end of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Tehachapi is an ideal spot to stop for some of the most affordable fuel in California, and as a place to locate your business. Next door to the renowned Mojave Air and Space Port, we’re aviation friendly with over 100 acres of developable land in a prime location for light industrial manufacturing.
For more information visit: General WMJ Fox Airport
Located in the City of Lancaster, General William J. Fox Airfield facilitates:
- 58,000 general aviation takeoffs and landings each year.
- Publicly available to general aviation aircraft 24/7.
- Home to over 200 based aircraft, a restaurant, and several aviation related businesses. Additionally, the airport is home to the U.S.
- Department of Forestry’s local air tanker base as well as an aviation museum.
The airport has an operating Air Traffic Control Tower, a single 7,201’ by 150’ runway equipped with runway end identifier lights (REIL s), pilot controlled medium-intensity runway lighting (MIRL s) and a precision approach path indicator (PAPI s), full- and self-service fueling services (JetA and 100LL ), and an Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS) reporting weather conditions 24-hours a day.
3rd Annual LA County Air Show Returns March 19-20, 2016 to Fox Airfield!
The United States Navy Blue Angels Demonstration Squadron will roar across the skies as the headlining act of the 2016 Los Angeles County Air Show which will return to Fox Airfield on March 19-20, 2016. Other performers will include the Texas Flying Legends and “Tora! Tora! Tora!” a tribute in remembrance of the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. The Texas Flying Legends is making its debut performance in California at the 2016 Air Show and will perform choreographed routines of formations and simulated dog fighting while telling the story of the war in the Pacific. The performance aircraft includes the B-25J “Betty’s Dream,” A6M2 Zero, FG-1D Corsair, TBM-3E Avenger, P-40K “Aleutian Tiger,” and P-51D “South Dakota Kid II.”
For updates and more information, please visit www.lacountyairshow.com or follow the LA County Air Show on Facebook and Twitter (@LACountyAirShow).
Fox Airfield is one of five general aviation airports managed by LA County Department of Public Works.