Apple Valley Airport (IATA: APV, ICAO: KAPV, FAA LID: APV) is a public airport three miles (4.8 km) north of Apple Valley in San Bernardino County, California. The airport has two runways and is used for general aviation. It opened around 1970.
Until 1973-74 Apple Valley had Air West and Hughes Airwest Fairchild F-27 turboprops to Las Vegas and to Riverside or Ontario (the latter flights continued on to LAX). First passenger flights to Apple Valley were to the old airport at 34°31′41″N 117°12′54″W / 34.528°N 117.215°W on Air West predecessor Bonanza Air Lines from 1957-58 until 1966. Bonanza operated the F-27 into the old airport as well.
The airport has two runways:
- 18/36: 6,498 x 150 ft (1,981 x 46 m) Asphalt
- 8/26: 4,099 x 60 ft (1,249 x 18 m) Asphalt
- ^ FAA Airport Master Record for APV (Form 5010 PDF), effective 2009-08-27.