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Just 30 minutes by car from LA city center, Van Nuys is the first port of call for Los Angeles jet travellers due to its comfort and serenity. There is also a custom duty at the check-in, so Van Nuys travellers can use Van Nuys from overseas locations.
The Van Nuys was first opened in 1928 as a municipal aerodrome serving the Los Angeles area. The Van Nuys was visited in the 1930' by Hollywood celebrities who were enjoying the airport's private sphere. Almost destroyed during the depression, it was rescued by Hollywood film-makers who turned to the aerodrome to film many well-known aerial sequences, such as Casablanca.
The Van Nuys International Airfield was bought by the US government in 1942 and rebuilt as a WWII Army Airfield. Following the WWII it was resold to the city of Los Angeles and became known as San Fernando Valley Airfield. In 1957 he was formally called Van Nuys Airfield.
Today, Van Nuys is one of Los Angeles Worlds largest commercial airlines and one of the most frequented commercial airfields in the globe, accounting for $1.3 billion of the U.S. dollar a year. The Van Nuys International Airfield is located 19 nautical miles away from Los Angeles city center, in the San Fernando Valley. It' about 30 minutes by car from the city centre of LA.
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Van Nuys is known as a favourite tourist resort with a highly frequented international airports and is close to Los Angeles. The majority of jet passenger chooses Van Nuys International Airports (VNY) instead of Los Angeles International Airports (LAX) for convenience and to save valuable travel times. The Van Nuys International Airports (VNY) is well prepared to serve personal jet aircraft with minimal delay of departures and arrivals, while more than 108 personal jet aircraft are accommodated at the actual area.
More than 24 aerodromes are within 50 miles of Van Nuys Airport (VNY). Among the most beloved charter planes in the region are turboprops (King Air B100, King Air 200 and Pilatus PC-12), very lightweight planes (Phenom 100, Eclipse 500 and Hawker Mustang), lightweight planes (Citation II, Lear 34A, Beechjet 400 and Hawker 400XP),
medium size aircraft (Learjet 60, Hawker 800XP, Gulfstream G-150 and Falcon 20), medium size aircraft (Hawker 1000, Citation X, Challenger 300 and Citation Sovereign) and large size aircraft (Challenger 601, Challenger 604, Gulfstream III, Falcon 2000 and Legacy 600). Multiple ultra-long-range aircraft are available for charter, such as Gulfstream V, Gulfstream G 550, Falcon 7X and Global Express, as well as V.I.P. aircraft choices, which include Boeing Business Jet.
The Van Nuys is situated in the San Fernando Valley, Southern California. Known as Isaac Newton Van Nuys, the town was founded after one of its long-time Valley Weizenbauern and early settlers. The Van Nuys is renowned for Van Nuys Boulevard, an important north-south link that was known from the fifties to the seventies as a centre for teen cruises.
The Van Nuys is home to Van Nuys Airport (owned by Los Angeles World Airports), which meets a wide range of personal, business and public air travel requirements. Among the Van Nuys landmarks are the Japanese Garden, the Leo Magnus Cricket Complex, Sherman Oaks Castle Park, Anthony C. Beilenson Park. Van Nuys is situated just a few minutes' car ride away from first class dining, shops and culture facilities such as museum and arts gallery.