The Riverside Air Traffic Control Tower is an FAA facility under contract to Serco, Corp.
The Tower is open seven (7) days a week from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Arrival, departure and ground control services are available. IFR flight clearances and hand-offs to SoCal TRACON for radar services are provided.
Runway Lengths and Approaches
Riverside Airport's full service runways feature ILS, GPS, and VOR approaches for all weather arrivals and departures. The main runway, RWY 9-27, measures 5401 x 100 and accommodates GV, Falcon 50, Challenger Citation X, and all similar business-class aircraft. The Airport's current Master Plan will lengthen this runway to 6,153 feet in the near future. Runway 9-27 is also served by a Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) lights.
The Airport's crosswind runway, RWY 16-34, is 2850 x 50 and is perfectly suited for small cabin-class aircraft and smaller in crosswind conditions from the north. This runway (Rwy 34) is also served by a Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI).
|Main Runway Length||5401 x 100|
|Second Runway Length||2850 x 50|