Located three miles northeast of the central business district of Palmdale, California, Palmdale Regional Airport is a public, military airport owned and operated by the United States Air Force and the city of Palmdale. It covers an area of about 5,832 acres and is considered as a primary commercial service facility, according to the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems.
Palmdale Regional Airport features three concrete paved runways, a hangar, and a small airline terminal. It is the site of Blackbird Airpark Museum. The major aircraft operations Palmdale Regional Airport provides are local general aviation, air taxi, commercial, military, and transient general aviation.