In November 2012, work commenced on an approximately nine-month project to rehabilitate and modernize VNY's 8,000-foot main runway (16R/34L) to meet current Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) design standards. This marks the largest maintenance project conducted at VNY in over 50 years and is scheduled for completion in August 2013.
This investment in the airport's infrastructure will ensure that aircraft—from single-engine planes to multi-engine business jets—continue to move quickly, safely and efficiently. It will also promote economic growth and maintain VNY's role as a powerful engine in the Southern California economy.
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