The City of Fresno owns and operates Fresno Yosemite International Airport and Fresno Chandler Executive Airport providing essential aviation facilities and services to the communities of Central California.
To ensure these airports are able to continue serving their air transportation and economic development functions, the City is preparing Master Plan Updates that will provide a strategic vision and framework to guide the long-term sustainable development of these two airports over the next 20 years. To ensure our airports continue to meet the air transportation and economic development needs of the region, the City is updating the Airport Master Plans with a renewed strategic vision and framework that will guide sustainable development of the airports over the next 20 years.
Click on the images below to learn more about each airport and the status of the Master Plan update.
The Valley’s gateway to the world. FAT supports service from seven commercial airlines that provide air travel opportunities through 11 non-stop destinations and beyond. FAT is also home to the California Air National Guard’s 144th Fighter Wing, and provides aviation facilities to numerous business and government agencies.
Located 1.5 miles west of downtown Fresno, FCH is a general aviation airport that provides hangars and services for a variety personal and business aviation activities.