Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport (STS)

Throughout its history, the Sonoma County Airport has operated primarily as a general aviation facility serving private/recreational airplanes, and business/corporate aircraft. It has also operated as a commercial service airport offering mostly commuter airline service to San Francisco and Los Angeles. In March 1947, Southwest Airways (changed to Pacific Airlines in 1958) operated a DC-3 out of Sonoma County Airport as the first scheduled commercial flight. In later years, this airline operated Martin 202s and Martin 404s and occasionally the Fairchild F-27 flew service from the Airport.

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