Apple Valley Airport (California)
|Apple Valley Airport|
|Location||Apple Valley, California|
|Elevation AMSL||3,062 ft / 933 m|
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.
Previous passenger airline service
Until the mid 1970s, Apple Valley was served by Air West and successor Hughes Airwest with Fairchild F-27 turboprop flights to Las Vegas, Riverside, Ontario and Los Angeles (LAX). In 1979, commuter air carrier Inland Empire Airlines was serving the airport with Swearingen Metro propjet flights to Ontario, Los Angeles, Bullhead City and Las Vegas.
The first passenger flights to Apple Valley were operated to the old airport (location coordinates Bonanza Air Lines from the late 1950s until 1966. Bonanza also operated the F-27 turboprop into the old airport as well.) by Air West predecessor
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 ( PDF), effective 2009-08-27.
- http://www.departedflights.com, Nov. 15, 1979 Inland Empire Airlines route map
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- FAA Terminal Procedures for APV, effective March 30, 2017
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