Mono County operates two public airports; Bryant Field and Lee Vining Airport. Master plans for both airports were completed in 2002. See Master Plans below for history, specifications, layout and other facility details. The other aIrport within Mono County is the Mammoth-Yosemite Airport, that is administrated by the Town of Mammoth Lakes.
The Bryant Field Airport is located in Bridgeport, California, just east of the town center. It is a small general aviation facility occupying approximately 49 acres serving single and twin-engine aircraft, as well as occasional turboprops and small turbine-powered business jets, with one paved runway (#16-34). Pilots should note that Bryant Field has avaition fuel available, however the Lee Vining Airport does not. Since 2006, a weather station (SuperAWOS) has been running at Bryant Field. To access real-time data, call 617-262-3825 and enter 657 for identfier (6= the letter O, airport identifier is 057).
The Lee Vining Airport is located near the intersection of Highways 395 and 120, just south of the Community of Lee Vining. The existing Lee Vining Airport is comprised of approximately 59 acreas of leased land with one paved runway (#15-33).