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Airport News

Presidential Temporary Flight Restriction

A Presidential Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) will be in place for the Los Angeles region (including Ventura County) beginning February 3rd and will continue through February 4th. Please see the map below highlighting areas that will be affected. Camarillo and Oxnard Airports and the surrounding areas will likely notice an

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Airport Information Alert

At approximately 1:19 p.m. today an aircraft made an emergency landing in a field approximately four miles southeast of Camarillo Airport.  The pilot and passenger of the aircraft sustained moderate injuries and were transported to a local hospital. The pilot, who is based at Santa Paula Airport, experienced electrical/engine issues

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Ventura County Department of Airports: Increased Military Jet Activity

Naval Air Station Point Mugu will see an increase in military air operations in support of training beginning Friday, January 26th and lasting through February 2nd. Neighbors may notice an increase in activity, particularly involving military jet aircraft. Additionally, neighbors may already be noticing an increase in military jet training

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Increased Helicopter Activity Expected

English Air Service has been hired by Southern California Edison to perform an aerial powerline survey in the Camarillo Airport and Oxnard Airport airspace. Because of this, neighbors may notice an increase in helicopter activity beginning today (1/15) and lasting through the week. Helicopters will be flying at an altitude of

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Ventura County Department of Airports: Presidential TFR Announcement

A Presidential Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) will be in place for the Los Angeles region (including Ventura County) beginning December 8th and will continue through December 10th.Please see the map below highlighting areas that will be affected. Camarillo and Oxnard Airports and the surrounding areas will likely notice an increase

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