Redlands Municipal Airport (REI)

Overview

Redlands Municipal Airport (REI)
Lobby closed to the public - staff available via telephone and email

The City of Redlands is following the guidance of public health experts to minimize the potential spread of the Coronavirus and has closed the Redlands Municipal Airport Lobby to the public from Tuesday, March 17th through Thursday, April 30th.

To reach staff, call 909-798-7573 or email Airport@cityofredlands.org

Facilities & Community Services Department staff may be reached at 909-798-7655 or FCSadmin@cityofredlands.org

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Since 1947, the Redlands Municipal Airport has been serving the area’s aviation community. Redlands Municipal Airport (FAA identification REI) is a 180 acre facility with a 4,570 foot long by 75 foot wide runway serving approximately 240 based aircraft.

For information on general airport operations or to report a maintenance concern contact us:

Office Phone: 909-798-7573
Facilities & Community Services admin office 909-798-7655 x3

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Flight Information Web Page

Flight Information

For up-to-date flight information and weather conditions for Redlands Municipal Airport please click on one of the following links below.

Caltrans Aeronautics Division - Aviation Weather Information

AirNav.com

NOAA.gov

FAA.gov

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SuperAWOS

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Flying a Drone in Redlands

If you are flying a drone outdoors for hobby, recreational, or commercial use weighing more than 0.55 lbs. but less than 55 lbs., within five miles of an airport you must notify the adjacent airport(s) and FAA . (NOTE: It is the responsibility of the operator to ensure they are in full compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and Local rules)

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Airport Historical Information

Redlands Municipal Airport: A Rich Heritage

Civil Aviation has been a part of Redlands, California since the first known “air meet” was held at the University of Redlands in 1911.