Napa County APC Airport Overview
Napa County Airport APC, a general aviation airport, is located in Napa, northern California, off Hwy 29 (cross Hwy 29 at stoplight into Airport Industrial Park, cross RR tracks and proceed to the airport terminal) and can be reached via I-101, I-5, I-80. As a general aviation airport,charter flights are available, but no scheduled commercial flights. The airport can accommodate most private aircraft including jets, up to 120,000 pounds, dual tandem wheels, and/or a G-5. Napa tower is in operation 0700 2000 local time (7am-8pm, Pacific Time). Airport Operations staff is on the field 8am-5pm, seven days a week. Jonesys Steakhouse is located within the passenger terminal.
The Napa Valley training facility is equipped with the latest computerized training aids, including fixed and full motion flight simulators, and a sophisticated flight operations department which maintains an airline-type dispatch control over flight procedures and provides satellite-based weather coverage. The facility, which is owned by JAL and managed by IASCO, can accommodate about 200 students. For information call 707-252-3522.
The Napa Valley is a winegrowing region and home to renowned wineries, top-ranked restaurants, luxurious spas and pristine golf links. When you travel, for business or for pleasure, choose Napa County Airport, popularly called Napa Valley Airport, your Skyport to the Wine Country and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Napa County APC Airport Update History
- APC Airports - Oct 27, 2013
- APC Airport Intro - Oct 10, 2013