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Old 01-01-2016, 6:24 PM
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Air21 appears to be based out of MCC and seems to usually be deployed mostly at night.

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FWIW, I hear H-50 in the Orange/LA County area.
Yes. I used to hear H50 all the time in the San Fernando Valley. Dont hear them as much anymore.
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Old 01-13-2016, 3:29 AM
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Yes. I used to hear H50 all the time in the San Fernando Valley. Dont hear them as much anymore.
CHP air 50 is a LongRanger N4014Z based at Fullerton Apt. It makes it's way around LA/OC regularly.
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Do you guys hear them on the blues or on local bases?
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Old 01-15-2016, 10:44 PM
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Do you guys hear them on the blues or on local bases?
It depends on what they are doing/working. I used to hear the fixed wings use the blue for airborne speed enforcement to co-ordinate with the cars on the ground.
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Seeing N140HP (GA8) flying around Sac area. It's not on our list. I assume it's AIR 23 out of Valley Division, but I can't confirm.

EDIT: Looks like it actually took off from Napa, so maybe it's AIR 31?

By the way the list in the very first post is the most current.

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Old 08-31-2016, 11:30 AM
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130HP changed its tail number to 140HP since the aircraft that had before it crashed.
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Old 08-31-2016, 12:16 PM
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Old pictures of H-80 N109HP from a trip to Toro Peak attached (if I did it right)...
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Old 09-03-2016, 6:10 PM
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130HP changed its tail number to 140HP since the aircraft that had before it crashed.
So just to confirm, 130HP is now 140HP which is Air 21, correct?
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Old 01-14-2017, 2:00 AM
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N981HP and N982HP are new CHP helicopters, likely based out of Golden Gate division (based on their flight paths), but unable to pin down their callsigns. I think there is one more out there, but I don't recall the tail number as it's not currently in the air.

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N981HP and N982HP are new CHP helicopters, likely based out of Golden Gate division (based on their flight paths), but unable to pin down their callsigns. I think there is one more out there, but I don't recall the tail number as it's not currently in the air.

Yes, 981 is the new H-30 and 982 is H-32. 983 is almost done and will be going to Paso. 314 and 341 went south and you should see them in Fullerton

Old post but this isn't one of our GA8s. I believe it was built by Summit Aviation and is in use on the east coast.

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Yes, 981 is the new H-30 and 982 is H-32. 983 is almost done and will be going to Paso. 314 and 341 went south and you should see them in Fullerton.
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Do you happen to have/know the callsigns for the Fullerton and Paso birds?
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Do you happen to have/know the callsigns for the Fullerton and Paso birds?
Paso/Coastal Div is H-70 and I'm not sure what H numbers 314/341 is.
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Old 01-16-2017, 11:28 PM
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Another one is N979HP
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Old 01-16-2017, 11:31 PM
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979 is currently based out of HQ as a glass cockpit transition trainer and will be going to Redding once 983 is delivered to Paso
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979 is currently based out of HQ as a glass cockpit transition trainer and will be going to Redding once 983 is delivered to Paso
Correction... 976 is out of HQ and going to Redding and 979 is currently in Paso and also going to Redding once 983 is delivered.
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Do you know if there are any air-units assigned to Southern Division (like Los Angeles)? I can't seem to find any information on their air units
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Woah! Haven't logged in a while. Good to see my OP has indeed been popular. A quick update; N6197N is now showing that it's registered to a Pleasant Aviation in TX. So, no longer owned by the CHP. I guess it should be removed from the list. On that note, Anyone know where N518HP, is based out of now? It's not in Fullerton anymore. I went to their Air Show and it wasn't there. Their pilot said it was moved up north a long time ago, he didn't specify where though. It's definitely still flying for them though. Still registered and all.
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Nice info... thanks
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Woah! Haven't logged in a while. Good to see my OP has indeed been popular. A quick update; N6197N is now showing that it's registered to a Pleasant Aviation in TX. So, no longer owned by the CHP. I guess it should be removed from the list. On that note, Anyone know where N518HP, is based out of now? It's not in Fullerton anymore. I went to their Air Show and it wasn't there. Their pilot said it was moved up north a long time ago, he didn't specify where though. It's definitely still flying for them though. Still registered and all.
Most likely Auburn
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