Red Bluff Municipal Airport

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Red Bluff Municipal Airport
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
KRBL is located in California
Location in CA
Direction Length Surface
ft m
15/33 5,431 1,655.37 Asphalt

Red Bluff Municipal Airport (IATA: RBLICAO: KRBLFAA LID: RBL) is two miles south of Red Bluff in Tehama County, California. It has no scheduled airline flights; United dropped Red Bluff in 1952, Pacific Airlines left in 1962 and the airport has had few or no airline flights since. RBL sees general aviation and occasional transient aircraft.


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[citation needed] and is said to be haunted.


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