Santa Paula Airport (SZP) Photo

Santa Paula Airport (SZP) Profile

Small Version  Large Version
Links to this page and other related pages
More photos of Santa Paula Airport (SZP)
Have a photo of this airport? Share with others.
Photo ID: AP44982

Santa Paula Airport (SZP) - Jet contrails over South Mountain of passenger jets enroute south-east bound to KLAX, Los Angeles International Airport

Jet contrails over South Mountain of passenger jets enroute south-east bound to KLAX, Los Angeles International Airport

Folder: Doug Robertson's photo gallery > AIRPORTS-SEAPORTS > SZP-Santa Paula, CA Airport

Photo Info

Airport Santa Paula Airport (SZP)
Santa Paula, CA
Photographer: Doug Robertson
More photos by Doug Robertson
Contact Doug Robertson
Shot Date: 2018-12-02
Upload Date: 2018-12-04
Views: 9

Photo MetaData

Device Manufacturer: Canon
Device Model: Canon EOS REBEL SL1
Device Type:
Shot Time: 2018:12:02 12:29:54
Original Image Size: 4148 x 2765 pixels
Exposure Time: 1/200 sec
F Number: f/13
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 100
Focal Length: 30 mm
Flash: No Flash
Exposure Mode: 0
White Balance: 0
Scene Type:
Contrast:
Saturation:
Sharpness:
Total 1136 photos. View all photos
More photos of Santa Paula Airport (SZP)

  • Santa Paula Airport (SZP) - Aviation Museum of Santa Paula-marking Museum Hangar Office, Sales room, Toilets & Display, just off airport entry parking lot. - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson
  • Santa Paula Airport (SZP) - Self-Serve 100LL Fuel dock-still the cheapest 100LL in Ventura County. - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson
  • Santa Paula Airport (SZP) - Runway 22, 2,713' by 60' asphalt (displaced threshold 230'), Left-Hand Pattern-Calm Wind Runway. Night Operations Prohibited. CTAF 122.9 - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson
  • Santa Paula Airport (SZP) - View of Rwy 04 from end right side overrun. 2,713 ft by 60 ft, paved, good condition, Elev, 243'. Use right hand pattern for 04. No straight in approaches. Grass short Runway 04 Right, 22 Left next to paved runway is well kept option for taildraggers. - by Doug Robertson by Doug Robertson