Santa Barbara Municipal Airport (IATA: SBA, ICAO: KSBA, FAA LID: SBA) is 7 miles (11 km) west of downtown Santa Barbara, California, United States. SBA covers 948 acres (384 ha) of land. It is near the University of California, Santa Barbara and the city of Goleta. The airport was annexed to the city of Santa Barbara by a 7 miles (11 km) long, 300 feet (90 m) wide corridor, mostly under the Pacific Ocean (a shoestring annexation). Most of the airport is 10 to 15 feet above sea level and borders a wetland area, the Goleta Slough. As of October 2020 three airlines serve the airport with non-stop flights to Denver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco by United Airlines; Portland and Seattle by Alaska Airlines; and Phoenix and Dallas/Fort Worth by American Airlines. In 2019, nearly 1 million passengers used the airport. Southwest Airlines has begun new Boeing 737 jet service from the Santa Barbara Airport April 12, 2021 with flights to Las Vegas, Denver and Oakland. Two fixed-base operators are on the field, Signature Flight Support and Atlantic Aviation, and three flight schools, Above All Aviation, Santa Barbara Aviation Inc. and Spitfire Aviation. In addition to regularly scheduled flights offered by other airlines, Santa Barbara Aviation offers on-demand jet charter in Cessna Citation CJ aircraft to any destination, and Surf Air flies eight-seat Pilatus PC-12s to Burbank and San Carlos in California via a membership only, pay-as-you-fly program.
|Contact Number:||+1 805-683-4011|
|Airport Address:||500 Fowler Rd, Santa Barbara, CA 93117, United States|