Red Bluff Municipal Airport

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Red Bluff Municipal Airport
IATA: noneICAO: noneFAA LID: RBL
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator City of Red Bluff
Location Red Bluff, California
Elevation AMSL 343.3 ft / 104.55 m
Coordinates 40°09′03″N 122°15′08″W / 40.15083°N 122.25222°W / 40.15083; -122.25222Coordinates: 40°09′03″N 122°15′08″W / 40.15083°N 122.25222°W / 40.15083; -122.25222
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
15/33 5,431 1,655.37 Asphalt

Red Bluff Municipal Airport (FAA LID: RBL) is a public airport two miles south of Red Bluff in Tehama County, California. No airline flights at present; United dropped RBL in 1952, Pacific moved to Redding circa 1962 and RBL has had few or no airline flights since.

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The airport covers 602 acres (244 ha) and has one asphalt runway: (15/33), 5,431 x 100 ft (1,655 x 30 m). The land was purchased from Tyler Graham in the late 1950s. The airport is built on an Indian Graveyard and is said to be haunted.

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