Byron Airport (C83)
Byron Airport (C83) opened to the public in 1994 to provide greater service to the eastern part of Contra Costa County. Located approximately three miles south of the Town of Byron, with an administrative office at 500 Eagle Court, the Airport is an ideal facility for general aviation and a popular base for skydivers, gliders and other recreational flight activities.
Information for Pilots
Byron Airport Layout
Facilities at Byron Airport
Administrative Office Entrance
The Byron Airport Administrative Office is located at 500 Eagle Court in Byron, CA.
Restrooms, a conference table and a picnic table that overlooks the Airport are available at the Administrative Office building.
Byron Fuel Farm
Byron Airport has a fuel farm with 100 LL Avgas available for tenants and visiting aircraft.
Byron T-Hangar Row
T-hangars at Byron Airport are an excellent storage option for private aircraft. Click the picture above for more information on the hangar waiting list at Byron Airport.
Owner Maintenance Hangar
The owner maintenance hangar at Byron is available to all tenants on a first come, first serve basis and is an ideal facility for performing simple maintenance and oil changes.
Byron Airport Wash Rack
The wash rack at Byron Airport is available to all tenants.
T-Hangar Tie Down Spaces
Sheltered tie-down spaces between t-hangars provide a break from wind. Click the picture above for more information.
C83's hangars are currently at full capacity with a waiting list for hangar vacancies. Tie-down parking and transient aircraft parking are available at current rates.
Byron Airport has the following facilities available to all hangar and tie-down tenants:
- Owner Maintenance Hangar with a spacious bay for simple exchange of parts and changing oil. Please review the Owner Maintenance Hangar Rules (PDF)
- Oil Con-Vault for disposal of spent oil, located near the Owner Maintenance Hangar
- Aircraft Wash Rack
Byron Airport Habitat Management Land and Grazing Leases
Airport property covers approximately 1,427 acres. 934 acres are currently under a conservation easement for the preservation and enhancement of the San Joaquin kit fox and other special-status species. Learn more about the Byron Airport Habitat Management Land (HML) and Grazing Leases (PDF) used as part of the Habitat Management Plan.