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{{#invoke:redirect hatnote|redirect}} {{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} Santa Barbara Municipal Airport is a public airport {{safesubst:#invoke:convert|convert}} west of downtown Santa Barbara, California, United States.

It is near the University of California, Santa Barbara and the city of Goleta. The airport was annexed to the city of Santa Barbara by a {{safesubst:#invoke:convert|convert}} long, {{safesubst:#invoke:convert|convert}} wide corridor, mostly under the Pacific Ocean (a shoestring annexation). Most of the airport is 10 to 15 feet above sea level and is bordered by the wetland area known as the Goleta Slough.

Santa Barbara Airport new terminal

Three commercial airlines serve the airport as of January 2015 with non-stop flights to Denver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco by United Airlines; Phoenix by US Airways/American Airlines; and Portland and Seattle by Alaska Airlines. SBA has 21 daily commercial departures, and in 2013 more than 710,000 passengers used the airport.

There are two fix-based operators on the field, Signature Flight Support and Atlantic Aviation, and three flight schools, Above All Aviation, Red Baron Aviation, and Spitfire Aviation.

In addition to regularly scheduled flights offered by other airlines, Surf Air operates service to Burbank and San Carlos in California using seven seat Pilatus PC-12 turboprops via a membership only, pay-as-you-fly program.<ref>Aviation International News, April, 2014 edition, Vol. 46, No. 4, page 66, "Wave Off at Surf Air"</ref>

Private jets are used regularly by affluent residents in Santa Barbara and nearby Montecito, California.


Santa Barbara Municipal Airport sections
Intro  History  New terminal   Flight statistics    Airlines and destinations   See also   References    External links   

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{{#invoke:redirect hatnote|redirect}} {{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} Santa Barbara Municipal Airport is a public airport {{safesubst:#invoke:convert|convert}} west of downtown Santa Barbara, California, United States.

It is near the University of California, Santa Barbara and the city of Goleta. The airport was annexed to the city of Santa Barbara by a {{safesubst:#invoke:convert|convert}} long, {{safesubst:#invoke:convert|convert}} wide corridor, mostly under the Pacific Ocean (a shoestring annexation). Most of the airport is 10 to 15 feet above sea level and is bordered by the wetland area known as the Goleta Slough.

Santa Barbara Airport new terminal

Three commercial airlines serve the airport as of January 2015 with non-stop flights to Denver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco by United Airlines; Phoenix by US Airways/American Airlines; and Portland and Seattle by Alaska Airlines. SBA has 21 daily commercial departures, and in 2013 more than 710,000 passengers used the airport.

There are two fix-based operators on the field, Signature Flight Support and Atlantic Aviation, and three flight schools, Above All Aviation, Red Baron Aviation, and Spitfire Aviation.

In addition to regularly scheduled flights offered by other airlines, Surf Air operates service to Burbank and San Carlos in California using seven seat Pilatus PC-12 turboprops via a membership only, pay-as-you-fly program.<ref>Aviation International News, April, 2014 edition, Vol. 46, No. 4, page 66, "Wave Off at Surf Air"</ref>

Private jets are used regularly by affluent residents in Santa Barbara and nearby Montecito, California.


Santa Barbara Municipal Airport sections
Intro  History  New terminal   Flight statistics    Airlines and destinations   See also   References    External links   

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