Airport History
Brackett Field Airport

Brackett Field Airport sits 25 miles east of Los Angeles between the L.A. County Fairplex and Puddingstone Lake in the city of La Verne. The 276-acre general aviation airport provides a restaurant, flight schools, and numerous aviation related businesses.

The airport houses more than 500 aircraft and handles approximately 10,000 landings and take-offs each month on its dual runways that are 4,839 and 3,661 feet long. American Airports Corporation, under contract with the County of Los Angeles, manages the facility.

What was once a bumpy, dusty landing strip mowed out of a wheat field has grown into a bustling airport owned by the Los Angeles County and operated by American Airports Corporation. 
 
Click HERE to read more of Brackett Field Airport's History through the decades.
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