Chino Airport, CA

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Mon, 29 Mar 1999 Kenneth J. Nebrig, CGFM ( writes:

David.... Just came upon your web site & would like to add our airport to your listing. The Chino Airport is located in the Los Angeles Basin & is home to over 900 aircraft, of which over 200 are warbirds & another 200+ are antique/classic/experimentals. There are four museums located on the field (Planes of Fame, National Air Race Museum, Fighter Jets Museum, & Yanks Air Corps). Chino is the largest and most predominate warbird airport in the United States. Unlike most museums, the aircraft at Chino fly often & everyweekend is a virtual airshow on the field. Flo's Restaurant has been a landmark for pilots for close to three decades & the bisquits and gravy are legendary. Gas is cheap (currently $1.69/gallon self serve) & we do not charge any short term transient aircraft ramp fees. It is a great place to visit. For further information about the airport call (909) 597-3910 or e-mail to

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