About Catalina Airport
Nestled 6 miles northwest of the downtown of Avalon, in the heart of Catalina Island, California, Catalina Airport is a privately owned yet public-use airport that serves general aviation aircraft. Thus, it is mainly used for general aviation. The airport is often nicknamed the Airport in the Sky due to its location and breathtaking views. Although Catalina Airport does not provide scheduled passenger services these days, it is often used for a private jet. Owned by the Catalina Island Conservancy, Catalina Airport features one asphalt surfaced in fair condition and offers a host of the top-flight services.
There are 6 aircraft based on the field of Catalina Airport, including single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Catalina Airport provides are transient general aviation, military, air taxi, and local general aviation.