Southern California Logistics Airport (Airport Code: KVCV) is a 2,500-acre world-class aerospace services hub, providing aircraft owners, manufacturers and aerospace service providers with an ideal location to serve the global market. Aerospace sectors currently doing business at SCLA include non-scheduled passenger charter, aircraft storage, aircraft parts warehousing, jet engine testing, flight testing, UAS pilot training, aircraft painting and Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) services.


Clients including Pratt & Whitney, G.E., IAC (International Aerospace Coatings), Federal Express and Boeing call the Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA) home and benefit from the airport’s roomy hangars, low level of air traffic and 360 days of “severe clear.”

SCLA offers hangars of all sizes, available to fit the needs of your project. The state-of-the-art hangars can accommodate projects ranging from aircraft maintenance and repair programs to the painting of large wide-body aircraft including the 747-800’s, 777-300’s and large enough to accommodate the new 777x.

In addition to the hangars currently available, there are no less than six, 25-acre sites immediately available for corporate aviation development. Many of these can be swelled to 100 or more acres and all have direct Runway and Taxi-Way (RWY/TWY) access. SCLA also has hundreds of acres that can serve the expanding need for aircraft storage.

  • FedEx
  • Boeing
  • Prat & Whitney
  • IAC (International Aerospace Coatings)
  • ComAV
  • Part
  • Pacific Aerospace



SCLA can accommodate all current-flying commercial and military aircraft with an air traffic control tower operating seven days per week and Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) emergency response capabilities comparable to the world’s largest airports.

SCLA provides express global access to airfreight forwarders and carriers throughout the world with secured onsite 24-hour U.S. Customs service and a dedicated, congestion-free air corridor. SCLA’s premier facility features two intercontinental runways including a 15,050-foot runway, allowing the heaviest aircraft direct, non-stop access to any destination in the world.

SCLA is a low traffic and low humidity location making it an optimal choice for quick, easy and professional aircraft maintenance and painting. SCLA’s onsite Fixed Base Operator (FBO) is MillionAir.


New and expanding companies are conducting business in Victorville and locating to the Southern California Logistics Airport because of its cost effective and reliable public utility services. Services provided by Victorville Utilities include domestic and reclaimed water service, domestic and industrial wastewater service, electricity and natural gas.

  • Wastewater Recycling Solutions

  • Domestic & Reclaimed Water

  • Electricity

  • Natural Gas

Fast track to everywhere

Victorville is the multimodal transportation hub of Southern California—on the way to everywhere in the world. Victorville brings ground, rail and air transportation together, creating a pro-business, fast track environment. As a result, an estimated 60% of all goods moving into and out of Southern California travel through Victorville.

Carriers such as Cargolux, Luftansa, Volga-Dnepr Airlines, Federal Express, and the U.S. Armed Services have utilized SCLA’s state-of-the-art facility for timely, cost-effective goods movement. From 1999 to present, SCLA has received more than 15,310 tons of air cargo and because of its proximity to the Southern California goods movement corridor, is an ideal location for expanded and dedicated air cargo services.

SCLA also offers express access from Victorville to both Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, less than 100-miles, via an expanded Interstate Corridor System.

SCLA offers multimodal capabilities, including ground transportation services and a two-hour turnaround. The airport also offers easy freeway access and is located off I-15, US-395 and SR-18 between Los Angeles and Las Vegas—just 40 miles from I-10 and I-40. Once at SCLA, cargo can be cleared and transported to the West and points eastward within 24-hours via ground or rail.

Growth is our goal

Victorville was named the fastest growing California city, with a population over 100,000.

The City of Victorville is actively involved in business development and retention throughout the city, with the ultimate goal of bringing jobs to the local community and creating a balanced growing community. By providing a business-friendly environment and offering many programs and utility services, Victorville focuses on providing an ideal business climate for new businesses to flourish and for companies looking to relocate to Southern California.


Read about some of our most successful endeavors at SCLA.

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