FLY FRIENDLY! info for visiting pilots, click HERE

KDVO INFO:

CTAF 123.075

AWOS 120.675, phone
415-897-2236

DVO Fuel
415-897-1653

AirNav KDVO 

LiveATC audio

 

Weather:

DVO Weathercam!

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IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS:

Marin County's Airport Page

June 16 Letter to the Editor (I.J.)

PROMOTIONAL BROCHURE

Economic ImpacT REPORt

Presentation to AvComm

 

interested a flying club?

We introduced the idea at the August 12 Rusty Pilots' seminar, and since such an arrangement can greatly reduce the cost of flying by spreading the initial outlay and ongoing fixed expenses among a group of people, we got a very strong response to the idea (15 pilots expressed their desire to join a flying club at Gnoss). Are you interested, too? Want to learn more? If so, email us at GnossAirport@gmail.com. Be sure to tell us what kind of plane(s) you'd like to have available. *8/17/17 LOTS of interest-standby for more info as we gather data!

september-our own sue royce

Our "guest" speaker for our September 9 breakfast meeting will be our own GFCA Vice-president (and Marin 99s chair) Sue Royce, who this past June participated in the 2017 Air Race Classic. This race, successor to the original 1927 "Powder Puff Derby", covered over 2,500 miles in three days, and was quite an adventure for Sue and her co-pilot, Lisa Johnson. Sue has a very compelling story to tell, so be sure to put this date on your calendar and plan to join us!

 

 

 

NEWS

*Click HERE to view Myths and Facts about the ATC Privatization proposals. Includes a links to CALL your representatives in Congress. Do it!

*Be sure to click on the "FlyFriendly" link (top left corner of this page) for news and information on GFCA's  initiative to educate based and transient pilots on how to reduce noise affecting our neighbors.

*GFCA will co-host an AOPA Rusty Pilots' Seminar from 1-4 p.m. August 12. Tell your non-current pilot friends they can register HERE

*Still no word on when sealing of taxi lanes will begin, but sweeping is an ongoing campaign...

*Runway reconstruction  work may start in early September and is projected to close the airport for 4-6 weeks to complete. County currently awaiting news on pending FAA grant request to fund this project before setting firm dates.