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Nevada County Airport is home base to over 140 aircraft with over 30,000 take-offs and landings occurring each year.
Nevada County Airport was built in 1932 by Errol McBoyle, owner of the Idaho Maryland Mine, to fly gold to Mills Field (now San Francisco International Airport). In 1956, Charles Litton of Litton Industries, gave the airport land to Nevada County as a gift. Later, Nevada County invested over $5 million in upgrading the air park.
Pilot information is at AirVav:KGOO Nevada County Airpark
Nevada County Airport
Manager: Greg Marshall
13083 John Bauer Avenue
Grass Valley, CA 95945
By: John J. O’Dell
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