Stockton Metropolitan Airport

June 22, 2015

International Flights out of Stockton Airport?

Stockton Airport is looking to expand its international flight routes, with initial flights to Mexico.
With a budget plan in mind, and interest from low cost Mexican airline Volaris, Stockton Airport looks to build a temporary customs station, testing the waters to see if such a move would interest future Stockton Airport travelers.
“Our community deserves it,” Harry Mavrogenes, Stockton Airport director said. “We are striving for international service to enable our citizens to go to different parts of the world.”Awaiting approval Tuesday, June 23, San Joaquin County supervisors will consider a 9.7 million budget proposal which would provide funding from the San Joaquin Council of Governments.
Read more Stockton Record Stockton airport looks to fly to Mexico
June 18, 2015

Stockton Airport Hosts Wings, Wheels and Warriors!

Pete Paulsen, legendary hot rod promoter, is hosting Wings, Wheels and Warriors -an air and car show –at Stockton Metropolitan Airport on Sunday, July 19, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Showcasing a wide assortment of military memorabilia, new and classic cars, food vendors, and much more, there’s something for everybody who’s looking to have a good time on a Sunday afternoon. Adding to the event, Wounded Warriors, and plus several other related booths, will be present sharing information and selling raffle tickets.
Paulsen is looking forward to sharing his love of everything that flies and drives with the community. Register early so you don’t miss the event. The deadline for early registration is July 1 and costs $30; after July 1, the cost is $40. For more information and registration, see the attached flyer and registration form.
October 7, 2015

Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan is Being Updated

Don’t miss this article about Stockton Metropolitan Airport that provides an overview of how the land around the airport is developed.
The article, Stockton Metro Airport plan gets long-delayed update, is in the Central Valley Business Journal:
In deciding how to develop the land around Stockton Metropolitan Airport, experts look at what’s on the ground as well as what’s in the air . . .

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