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Modesto City–County Airport (IATA: MOD, ICAO: KMOD, FAA LID: MOD) (Harry Sham Field) is two miles (3 km) southeast of Modesto in Stanislaus County, California, United States.
Modesto City–County Airport was the nation’s first municipally-owned airport, opening in 1918. At first the airport southeast of downtown Modesto was only 82 acres (33 ha); it moved in 1929 to the current location. On February 20, 1941, the city council voted to lease more land in order to obtain $185,000 in improvements by the Federal New Deal agency the Works Progress Administration (WPA). Over the years it grew to its present size of 435 acres (176 ha). The airport started with a single runway; a second was added in the 1950s. During World War II the airport was Modesto Auxiliary Airfield (No 3), and was an auxiliary training airfield for Stockton Army Airfield.
It was named Modesto Municipal Airport. On May 25, 1955 when Stanislaus County and the City of Modesto became partners in the airport, it was renamed Modesto City–County Airport. In October 1974 Harry Sham Field was added to the name to honor the airport manager that served from 1949 to 1968.