Riverside Airport has become the leading destination for corporate and business aviation in Southern California's Inland Empire.
This Region, separate and distinct from the greater Los Angeles area fifty miles to our west, is home to four million people and a $40 billion annual economy. And the most exciting part is that Riverside Airport is in the center of it all.
With complete landing and navigation systems for all-weather conditions, full conference and catering facilities as well as every level of pilot and aircraft services, this first-class destination is handling the rapidly growing business aviation demands of our region.
Unlike LA basin and coastal airports, Riverside has uncongested airspace, complete local political support, no noise mitigation problems and room for expansion.
Easily handling our 110,000 annual flight operations, this tower-controlled field provides immediate entry into the center of Southern California's most exciting region, or a convenient departure point for the Pacific Rim, Mexico, or any other business destination in North America.
The Airport Director is charged by the City Manager and the City Council for administering and managing all facets of Airport operations, including personnel, budget, operations, maintenance, capital project development, safety and business development. The Airport Director reports to the City Manager and is one of fifteen Department Heads in the City’s management structure. (951) 351-6113. Fax (951) 359-3570.
The Administrative and Maintenance staff consists of five employees. Administration is staffed by an Administrative Analyst and a Sr. Office Specialist. The Maintenance Department is led by a Senior Airport Operations Specialist and two Airport Operations Specialists. (951) 351-6081.