Sonoma Valley Airport

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Sonoma Valley Airport
IATA: noneICAO: noneFAA LID: 0Q3
Airport type Public
Owner Chris Prevost (formerly owned by Marty Reichelt)
Location Sonoma, California
Elevation AMSL 10 ft / 3 m
Coordinates 38°13′23.8″N 122°26′52.00″W / 38.223278°N 122.4477778°W / 38.223278; -122.4477778Coordinates: 38°13′23.8″N 122°26′52.00″W / 38.223278°N 122.4477778°W / 38.223278; -122.4477778
Direction Length Surface
ft m
7/25 2,780 847 Asphalt
17/35 1,469 447 Asphalt
Rwy 17/35 restricted

Sonoma Valley Airport (FAA LID: 0Q3) is a public-use airstrip opened on August 1959 in Schellville, Sonoma, California, USA. Located 4.14 nmi (7.67 km) south of central district of Sonoma (4.76 mi, 7.67 km)[1] and 26.9 nmi (49.8 km) north of San Francisco (30.94 mi, 49.8 km), the airfield offers two asphalt runways, of which the 17/35 is restricted, with prior permission required.
Open to public use for light aircraft, Sonoma Valley Airport does NOT ALLOW ultralight and rotorcraft operations, except for MEDEVAC or law enforcement helicopters.
. No Night Operations. Flying hours between begin civil twilight to end civil twilight.
Among other fixed-wing aircraft, vintage planes can be seen on Sonoma Valley's apron, such as a fully restored, flying Curtiss P-40, a North American SNJ-4, three Boeing-Stearman PT-17 biplanes, a Globe Swift, a Cessna 195, a Douglas DC-3, a Dornier Do 27 or a Seabee amphibious. Others are being restored, like a Howard DGA-15.

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Sonoma Valley Airport - Official Airport Website