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Don’t Miss: Oxnard City Council Meeting 9/6 and Camarillo/Oxnard Airport Authority Meeting 9/8

Back in Session! With the August break behind us September is starting off with 2 important meetings. All with the opportunity to speak up in regards to the negative impact that Oxnard Airport has on our community with Touch and Go training flights. In brief the continued use of leaded fuel exhaust, excessive noise pollution, …

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FAA Approves Unleaded Fuel for Piston Fleet

The FAA signed on September 1 supplemental type certificates that allow General Aviation Modifications Inc.’s 100-octane unleaded fuel (G100UL) to be used in every general aviation spark-ignition engine and every airframe powered by those engines. The move was hailed by the industry as a major step in the transition to an unleaded GA future. https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2022/september/01/closer-to-an-unleaded-future

Monday, July 11 and Thursday, July 14 – Important AVIATION ADVISORY COMMISSION and CAMARILLO/OXNARD AIRPORT AUTHORITY Meetings

There are two boards that oversee activity at Oxnard Airport – the Camarillo/Oxnard Airport Authority and the Airport Advisory Commission. The Camarillo/Oxnard Airport Authority is meeting this Monday July 11 at 7:00pm  To make your voice heard please send an email no later than 6:30 pm Monday to [email protected]  In the subject line put “TNG issues for Airport …

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Important Upcoming Airport Meetings

There are two boards that oversee activity at Oxnard Airport – the Camarillo/Oxnard Airport Authority and the Airport Advisory Commission. The Camarillo/Oxnard Airport Authority is meeting this Monday June 6 at 7:00pm  To make you voice heard send an email no later than 6:30 pm Monday to [email protected]  In the subject line put “TNG issues for Airport Commission” …

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Thursday April 14 Camarillo/Oxnard Airport Authority Meeting

There are two boards that oversee activity at Oxnard Airport – the Camarillo/Oxnard Airport Authority and the Airport Advisory Commission. The Camarillo/Oxnard Airport Authority is meeting this Thursday April 14 at 6:30pm  To make you voice heard send an email no later than 6:30 pm Monday to [email protected]  In the subject line put “TNG issues for Airport Commission” …

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What can Oxnard Airport do to generate revenue?

 It is clear that one of the reasons Oxnard has so many training Touch and Gos (TNGs) at Oxnard Airport (OXR) from other airports is that OXR allows aircraft to come here, use the airfield, use the tower, fly over the community – FOR FREE – OXR does not charge for this activity. Other airports charge landing fees:  Santa Monica for example charges a landing fee of …

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April Camarillo/Oxnard Airport Authority and Airport Advisory Commission meetings

There are two boards that oversee activity at Oxnard Airport – the Camarillo/Oxnard Airport Authority and the Airport Advisory Commission. Each meets monthly and each offers an excellent opportunity for you to let elected officials and other leaders know problems you are experiencing with Touch and Go’s (TNG) operating over your home and neighborhood in violation …

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March 12 Flights

Saturday, March 12 Oxnard Flight Training Summary

On Saturday March 12, the skies above Oxnard were a war zone. Monitoring Flightaware.com you could see the training flights out of Santa Monica and Van Nuys beelining directly up to Oxnard Airport to train. There were 6-7 simultaneous flight training aircraft over Oxnard practicing repeated Touch and Go Landings. (not normal take off and …

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Why are there so many training flights over Oxnard and what can be done about them?

– 65% of Oxnard Airport flight traffic are training Touch and Gos (TNGs) – A high number of these training flight TNGs are from Van Nuys, Santa Monica and Whiteman Airports. – Oxnard Airport is projecting an operating loss of $1.6 MM for this fiscal year What can Oxnard Airport do to generate revenue and …

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