Located at the Heart of the Southern California economy, Chino Airport (CNO) is found in the County of San Bernardino within minutes of Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside counties. It is the largest non-commercial airport with a 20-mile radius in the region making it a leading general aviation airport of choice for independent pilots, students and trainers and corporate users.
Within 30 minute driving area from Chino are many of the nation’s fastest growing and most profitable companies and highly sought out tourist destinations.
A base for business jets and air taxi services, Chino is home to three aviation groups that provide business aviation operations. Common to these businesses is a reliance on quality, time-sensitive and efficient transportation.
Chino at a Glance
8R/26L: 7000’ x 150’
3/21:4919’ x 150’
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Fuel, Repair, Avionics
7000 Merrill Ave
Chino, CA 91710
October 19, 2020
Several residents in the vicinity of Chino Hills State Park reported unusual sound and vibration associated with a fully loaded 727 cargo plane that departed Chino Airport (CNO) early Thursday morning, Oct. 15 at 1:25 a.m. The San Bernardino County Department of Airports is reaching out to residents who complained about the disturbance.
“I have spoken to several residents about this and all were appreciative for the contact and were primarily concerned the aircraft was in distress or that they may have been in some kind of danger,” said San Bernardino County Director of Airports James Jenkins.
During this time of year, Chino Airport (CNO) serves as a transport location for the automobile industry. Freight movers use CNO for just-in-time (JIT) inventory system deliveries for Detroit automakers and have done so for the past seven years. There are no restrictions imposed on the time of airport use and this aircraft was authorized to use CNO.
Cloud cover may have been a contributing factor to the sound magnification reverberating over the hillside, Jenkins said.
More information will be made available if the cause is determined to be unrelated to the 727 cargo plane.
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or call (909)465-5201.
About 24 volunteers from San Gabriel Valley, Fullerton, & Los Angeles Chapters of the 99s met to paint this compass at Chino Airport this August.
Members of the 99s encompass all levels of women flying skills and expertise from beginning students to commercial pilots and instructors located all around the world.
For more information, visit www.ninety-nines.org
May 12, 2020
Contact: Department of Airports: (909) 387-8810
Press Release: https://conta.cc/2SUutSv
Natural Bird Control at CNO
The Department of Airports Chino Airport (CNO) location has been experiencing an issue with seagulls in the vicinity. In order to maintain the safety and health of tenants and the general public, the Department has contracted with Adam’s Falconry Service.
The falconry service uses raptors to mitigate depredation problems. According to their website, they “use trained raptors to flush, haze or take birds…to reduce human/wildlife conflicts…such as preventing air strikes at airports.”
The falconry service begins on Monday, May 11 and will run daily for two weeks and thereafter will service CNO on a weekly basis throughout the end of the year.
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As of Tuesday, February 18, 2020, Chino Airport has a new phone system and main number: 909-465-5201
PLEASE BE ADVISED:
Chino Airport has a New Phone System and Number as of Tuesday, February 18, 2020.
New main line: 909-465-5201
The San Bernardino County Department of Airports is replacing the outdated, stand-alone phone system at Chino Airport (CNO). The new phone system will incorporate CNO into the County phone system for better service and connectivity.
The new phone number will be 909-465-5201. Anyone dialing the previous number will get a message with all of this new information.
The CNO fax number will remain the same.
Feel free to reach out to us with any questions or concerns at either the new phone number above, or the Department of Airports headquarters at 909-387-8810, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.