Shelter Cove Airport
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|Shelter Cove Airport|
|Operator||Shelter Cove Resort|
|Location||Shelter Cove, California|
|Elevation AMSL||69 ft / 21 m|
The proximity to the ocean and on-field restaurant make the Shelter Cove Airport a popular fly-in destination when weather permits.
Accidents and incidents
- On 28 June 1971, Douglas C-47 N90627 of Lake Riverside Estates crashed on take-off on a domestic non-scheduled passenger flight to San Jose International Airport. Seventeen of the 24 people on board were killed. The cause of the accident was that flight was attempted with the rudder and elevator gust locks in place. Inadequate pre-flight inspection was a contributory factor.
- "N90627 Accident description". Aviation Safety Network. Retrieved 19 September 2010.
- Shelter Cove Airport Association
- The Chart Room - on-field restaurant
- Live Webcams at Shelter Cove Airport
- Resources for this airport:
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