Posted on December 27th, 2022
Chino Airport is located in San Bernadino County and is an FAA-designated reliever airport for nearby Ontario and John Wayne-Orange County Airport. This general aviation airport has no scheduled commercial flights and is near I-10, I-15, and 60 freeways.
Owned by the county there is an FAA air traffic control tower on-site, and three runways. CNO has daily control tower hours from 7 AM to 9 PM and 24-hour aircraft operations.
Airport Codes: CNO (FAA & IATA), KCNO (ICAO)
Lat/Long: N33-58.5 / W117-38.2
Operating Hours: 24-Hours, FAA Tower Hours 7 AM to 9 PM.
FBO: There are 2 fixed-based operators (FBOs) at the airport.
Runway: 08R/26L – 7,000 ft. long is the longest runway at CNO.
U.S. Customs: No
Address: 7000 Merrill Ave, Chino, CA 91710
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Chino Airport is a small but vital airport located in Chino, California. It is one of the country’s leading centers for aircraft restoration. With a total of three runways, it can accommodate a variety of jets, including midsize cabins, super-midsize, and turboprops. The county of San Bernardino, CA, owns the airport. Located three miles from downtown Chino, it is a popular place for private charters. In addition, it is home to the Planes of Fame Air Museum, which houses nearly 300 warbirds.
During World War II, Chino was a U.S. Army Air Corps training facility containing the Cal-Aero Academy flying school for military pilots. Their training base included BT-13s, Stearmans, and a variety of aircraft. They preserved their name and several buildings on the property that exists today. Chino Airport is now used by businesses to transport freight, provide jobs, and provide a range of other business aviation services.