Posted on November 3rd, 2022
Half Moon Bay Airport is located six miles northwest of Half Moon Bay, California. Located on the Pacific Coast, this airport is south of San Francisco. The airport is officially in San Mateo County and is owned and operated by them. It has one runway, which is designated as 12/30. Its ICAO designation is KHAF, and the IATA code is HAF. Half Moon Bay Airport is close to San Francisco International Airport, Palo Alto Airport, and Oakland International Airport.
Half Moon Bay Airport has a 5000-foot runway, allowing a wide range of aircraft. The airport can accommodate large luxury jets as well as smaller high-performance turboprops. Consider booking a private jet for a direct flight to Half Moon Bay. This way, you’ll avoid crowded SFO and enjoy luxury travel in style. If you’re planning a vacation, Half Moon Bay is an excellent destination for outdoor activities, and a private jet will help you get there in ultimate convenience.
Half Moon Bay Airport is located 20 miles south of San Francisco near the city of Half Moon Bay. Renamed the Eddie Andreini Sr. Airfield and previously the Half Moon Bay Airstrip this airport with its 5,000-foot runway is 98% general aviation traffic and private jets. The airport is now named after Eddie Andreini Sr., a pilot who served in World War II.
Airport Codes: HAF (FAA and IATA), KHAF (ICAO)
Operating hours: 24-Hours
FBOs: There is one fixed-based operator (FBO) terminal building operated by San Mateo County.
Runways: 12/30 – 5,000 ft. long.
U.S. Customs: No.
Address: 9850 Cabrillo Hwy, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
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