Zamperini Field

Torrance Airport, Zamperini Field (TOA, KTOA)

Torrance Municipal Airport is located within and owned by the city of Torrance. There are two active runways and a helipad, with the longest runway at 5,001 feet long. Air traffic control tower hours are from 7 AM until 8 PM daily. There are three FBOs on-site at KTOA for passenger, fueling, and hangar services.

Zamperini Field is a city-owned public-use airport located three miles (5 km) southwest of Torrance’s central business district in Los Angeles County, California. One of the state’s busiest general aviation airports, once known as Torrance Municipal Airport , was renamed in honor of local sports and war hero Louis Zamperini.

Zamperini Field is a popular location for general aviation and private jets. JetOptions offers private jet charter for Torrance and Los Angeles. Charter with ARGUS & Wyvern security from Torrance with its two well-surfaced runways and helipad, or select from all Los Angeles Airports for private jets. 


Torrance Zamperini Field Google Map

Torrance Airport Information & TOA Key Facts

Airport Codes: TOA (FAA & IATA), KTOA (ICAO)
Lat/Long: N33-48.2 / W118-20.4
Operating Hours: 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM
FBO: There are 3 fixed-based operators (FBOs) at the airport.
Runway: 11L/29R   –  5,001  ft. long is the longest runway at TOA.
U.S. Customs: No
Address: 3301 Airport Dr, Torrance, CA 90505

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A paved helipad is available for charter flights for further transfer to and from TOA. Other facilities include FBO hangars,  offices, and an aircraft fueling station.

Runway Information

Runways at Zamperini Field are primarily used by light, private, and general aviation aircraft. The terminals have restrooms, catering and cafe, and planeside car rentals.

Airport Noise Monitoring System

A new Airport Noise Monitoring System is in place at Torrance Zamperini Field, allowing the airport to keep track of any noise incidents at the airport and publicize them on a public webpage. The monitors capture data and correlate it with flight information so that the airport can address any problems. Many newer jets have noise reduction systems in place to comply with the allowed limits.

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