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Santa Barbara Municipal Airport
Established in 1928 when a flight school developed an airstrip, the Santa Barbara Municipal Airport can be found near Goleta, west of Santa Barbara. Throughout the years, this Central Coast airport expanded its services and structures. In 1932, the airport serviced its first commercial flight with Pacific Seaboard Airlines, followed by United Airlines in 1936. By 1941, the airport became the Santa Barbara Municipal Airport.
Five commercial airlines service passengers with non-stop flights to Los Angeles, Denver, Seattle, San Francisco and Phoenix. Terminal amenities include dining, shopping, car rental agencies and convenient parking. For those who want to become a pilot, there are three flight schools at the airport: Spitfire Aviation, Above All Aviation and Red Baron Aviation.
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