IAC 26 Aerobatic Competition Event
9/2 - 9/5
KREI Key Points:
September 3rd through September 5th (Friday through Sunday)
LEFT TRAFFIC for runway 26 (See diagram)
Transient parking will be relocated to the WEST ramp during the competition
NOT A PUBLIC EVENT
Event specific notes:
IAC Staff to monitor CTAF frequency (123.05)
IAC Staff a Starter at Ready Line
Airport is OPEN, therefore NO TFR
FAA approved aerobatic box
LTA for REI
Please note the following Letter to Airman from Frank Lias (Air traffic manager, Souther California TRACON)
Due to the close proximity of Redlands(REI) and San Bernardino (SBD) airports, pilots should remain vigilant to see and avoid other aircraft. It is imperative that all pilots honor the SBD Class D boundary and not enter the SBD Class D without authorization from the SBD Airport Traffic Control Tower.
Additionally, Large and Heavy category aircraft may be operating in close proximity to REI airport. Pilots should be aware of the possible effect of wake turbulence generated by these aircraft and use caution to avoid wake turbulence encounters.
Pilots operating in the vicinity of REI are strongly encouraged to ensure their transponder and ADS-B "OUT" are on and operational, if so equipped. Pilots of aircraft that are radio-equipped should actively monitor REI CTAF on 123.05 and, if possible, SBD on 119.45.
Blood Drive 6/19/2021
Want to help support local hospitals which are in dire need of blood donations? Join us between 10 am and 3 PM at the airport (KREI) lobby parking lot.
You can register ahead of time or drop in the day of. For more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
May 4, 2021
Redlands Pilots Gather City Hall in Support of Coyote Aviation
On May 4th 2021, Pilots and supporters of Gil Brown met up to show their support for Coyote Aviation. The city council meeting was broadcast live on the Television and many supporters of Coyote Aviation had their public comments read. The city is currently under heavy scrutiny by the pilot community for failing to renew the lease between the city of Redlands and Gil Brown (owner of Coyote Hangars at KREI). This tenuous situation has left many pilots wondering what will happen to Coyote Hangars and the patrons who reside there. This situation is still being litigated and to read more, click on the link here.