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Airport neighbors complain of noise and safety issues

Airport neighbors complain of noise and safety issues

OCEANSIDE — Eastside neighborhood resident Tim Broom said he and fellow neighbors have been complaining about low flying planes for two years and no changes have been made.

Residents want to be heard during airport workshop

OCEANSIDE — Residents spoke up during the Airport Master Plan Workshop held on Nov. 13 and said they want more opportunities to provide input in the Oceanside Municipal Airport master plan.

Groundwork set for Oceanside airport improvements

Groundwork set for Oceanside airport improvements

OCEANSIDE — Over the past four years major strides have been made toward establishing an airport master plan for Oceanside Municipal Airport.

CP Air plans merge with existing air carrier

CP Air plans merge with existing air carrier

CARLSBAD — California Pacific Airlines (CP Air) is working on merging with an existing, certified airline to advance its plans to fly out of the McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad.

CP Air certification deadline extended

CP Air certification deadline extended

CARLSBAD — California Pacific Airlines (CP Air), the potential first airline from North County, resubmitted its certification application to the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) after requesting more time to reexamine its entire submission.

Carlsbad airline’s FAA certification remains uncertain

CARLSBAD — The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) review of Carlsbad’s prospective airline, California Pacific Airlines (CP Air), remains uncertain after the airline partially resubmitted its certification application materials.

North County airline’s application deemed ‘incomplete’ by FAA

North County airline’s application deemed ‘incomplete’ by FAA

CARLSBAD — The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rejected North County’s first airline’s initial certification application, deeming it “incomplete” and “inaccurate,” according to a letter sent to the airline’s founder on Aug. 7.