California Pacific Airlines, a regional carrier venture that would serve five cities in the West, needs final approvals from the Federal Aviation Administration to begin service.

California Pacific Airlines, a regional carrier venture that would serve five cities in the West, needs final approvals from the Federal Aviation Administration to begin service.

A new regional airline is about to take flight from the 51-year-old, 480-acre-plus McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad, while residential neighbors and the airport continue their squabble over noise and what can be done to reduce it...

Tom York is a contributing editor for the San Diego Business Journal.

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