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    Van Nuys, California



    Satellite and aerial maps of Van Nuys Airport with nearby locations

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    8.9051KWHP Whiteman Airport, California
    9.30082CN2 Granada Hills, California
    9.3054KPAI Barton Heliport, California
    11.1059 Hansen Dam Park, California
    12.1094KBUR Hollywood Burbank, California
    17.229753CA Hummingbird Nest Heliport, California

    1928 to present

    34° 12' 35.3'' N - 118° 29' 23.8'' W
    Van Nuys, CA
    Elevation: 802 feet

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    List of units at Van Nuys Airport

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    YearsRotary Wing Aircraft Unitbold : Current Model
    normal: Unit no longer at this base
    1980/    Elite Helicopter Tours
    LAFDAW139 2008/   
    412 1991/   
    47 1962/??
    Helinet Aviation Services

    Van Nuys Airport News

    Future of Urban Air Mobility in Los Angeles, 27-Apr-22 : #LosAngeles California’s Helinet partners with Urban Movement Labs (UML) to explore future of urban air mobility (UAM) in Los Angeles

    Helinet Adds Black Hawk for California Firefighting, 10-Jun-20 : #firefighting Helinet at Van Nuys Airport, California adds a UH-60 Black Hawk and enters utility market with new aerial firefighting contracts

    Los Angeles Fire Department Orders Fifth AW139, 16-Dec-18 : #LosAngeles The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) ordered its fifth AW139 for firefighting. To be delivered in 2019 from Leonardo’ Philadelphia plant

    Helinet Aviation adds UH-60A ESSS Black Hawk, 13-Jul-17 : Helinet Aviation Services from Van Nuys, CA added a Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk fitted with ESSS (External Stores Support System) to its fleet. “Movie Hawk” emulates the look of a special forces MH-60

    RG‐427 Battery for Bell 407 and Bell 427, 09-Mar-17 : Concorde Battery Corp announce that Rotorcraft Support Inc of Van Nuys California has received a FAA STC to install the RG‐427, 34 Ah battery, in Bell 407 and Bell 427 helicopters

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