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Chico Municipal Airport (CIC)

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Sherry Miller

Airport Manager

Website

http://www.chico.ca.us/airport/home_page.asp

Address

Chico Municipal Airport

150 Airpark Blvd.
Chico, CA 95973




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History of CIC


The Chico Municipal Airport was dedicated by the Chico Chamber of Commerce in 1935 and was soon expanded by the U.S. Army Air Force as a training facility in WWII. In the following years, the airport found itself as part of the nation’s history when the first attempted hijacking of an airliner on U.S. soil took place at Chico Municipal Airport in July of 1961. In recent years, the airport has grown to comprise approximately 1,600 acres of land accommodating parallel runways and a contracted Air Traffic Control Tower.

Currently there is no commercial air service from Chico Municipal Airport, however, the City of Chico, local community groups, and other individuals are aware of the value of commercial air service to the community and are making every effort to ensure that Chico is once again served by a commercial air carrier.

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Careers at CIC


CIC is a department of the City of Chico. Employment opportunities for the airport can be found on the City's website through the link below.
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Sherry Miller

Airport Manager

Website

http://www.chico.ca.us/airport/home_page.asp

Address

Chico Municipal Airport

150 Airpark Blvd.
Chico, CA 95973



The Chico Municipal Airport was dedicated by the Chico Chamber of Commerce in 1935 and was soon expanded by the U.S. Army Air Force as a training facility in WWII. In the following years, the airport found itself as part of the nation’s history when the first attempted hijacking of an airliner on U.S. soil took place at Chico Municipal Airport in July of 1961. In recent years, the airport has grown to comprise approximately 1,600 acres of land accommodating parallel runways and a contracted Air Traffic Control Tower.

Currently there is no commercial air service from Chico Municipal Airport, however, the City of Chico, local community groups, and other individuals are aware of the value of commercial air service to the community and are making every effort to ensure that Chico is once again served by a commercial air carrier.

Read more
CIC is a department of the City of Chico. Employment opportunities for the airport can be found on the City's website through the link below.
VIEW AIRPORT JOBS PAGE