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SBA & United Airlines Announce Nonstop Service to Chicago

Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) announces today that United Airlines will offer direct, “red-eye” service to Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) starting on June 4, 2020.


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Triennial Full-Scale Disaster Drill Scheduled September 25

The Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) Triennial Full-Scale Disaster Drill exercise will take place this Wednesday, September 25, between 9:30am-11:00am north of the main Runway 7/25. The purpose of the drill is for local mutual aid partners and emergency responders to gain practice and preparedness for a response in the event of a major aircraft disaster. This live exercise will be conducted in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration requirements.


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Santa Barbara Airport Reopens Main Runway

The main runway (7/25) at Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) re-opened on Monday, August 26 at 4:45pm after 19 hours of closure due to a C-130 aircraft accident on August 25.


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Delta Air Lines Direct Service to Salt Lake City Commences

Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) will host an inaugural event on Monday, August 12, 2019 where local dignitaries and airline representatives will welcome the arrival of the first Delta Air Lines flight from Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). Delta Air Lines is making a bold commitment to the Santa Barbara region with three daily nonstop flights to Salt Lake City. Delta’s comfortable 76-seat Embraer 175 aircraft will connect Santa Barbara in less than two hours to a world-class hub with flights to more than 90 domestic and international destinations in the world’s largest airline network.


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Fourth of July Holiday Reminders from Santa Barbara Airport

Summer travel is in full swing at Santa Barbara Airport (SBA) with a 20% increase in passenger travel this Fourth of July holiday. Passengers are encouraged to plan ahead and are reminded that fireworks are prohibited from traveling in your checked or carry-on baggage and should be left at home. Please review the TSA Traveler information to become familiar with the latest updates on prohibited items.


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