The Reid-Hillview Airport Association (RHVAA) is a not-for-profit organization whose goals are the betterment of the quality of the airport, its users, its management, and most important, its neighbors.
Membership Application (PDF)
Go to the RHVAA Facebook page and check us out.
Download the questionnaire.
Check out the AOPA Calendar of aviation events.
The mostly annual Christmas/Holiday pot luck gathering will be held Wednesday December 18th at 7:00 pm until every one is full of food and stories. Please bring a dish to share. BYOB. This is also a Toys for Tots and Second Harvest event so bring a can of food or unwrapped toy for someone less fortunate than you. The location will be the Reid-Hillview Terminal building, 2500 Cunningham Ave. San Jose, CA. For more information, contact email@example.com or call 408.313.6263.
Hope to see you there!
In our effort to be Green while being as accessible as possible, the RHVAA will be offering our information via our web site, Facebook, and email starting in January 2011. We believe that this change will offer faster information exchange and better overall service to our members.
In case you notices that some of the hangars now have new numbers and were curious, we spoke with Chris Nucci, the RHV airport manager and asked why the hangar numbers were redone. His explanation was simple and logical. It seems that there were multiple locations with the same designation and this confused emergency responders. By renumbering the hangars any ambiguity regarding a location on the field was removed thus improving emergency response procedures.
The RHVAA was approached to be a part of the national Laser Strike working group. This group works with law enforcement agencies to track and investigate aircraft that have been struck by ground lasers. We will be reporting on efforts as they develop. The RHVAA is assisting the San Jose PD with a method to easily report laser strikes in the Bay Area.
AeroDynamic Aviation has a new webcam at RHV for all to see. Easy to check the conditions at the field before heading out! Check it out at AeroDynamic Aviation Webcam