American Airports Corporation, under contract with the County of Los Angeles, is responsible for the management and operation of this uncontrolled 77-acre general aviation airport. The airport is located near Interstate 91 and the new Home Depot Center sports complex, about 10 miles south of downtown Los Angeles.
Compton / Woodley Airport has 275 based aircraft and experiences over 66,000 annual operations off of its two paved parallel runways: 7L/25R and 7R/25L. Runway 7L/25R is 3,670 feet long and 60 feet wide, with no lighting. It is used for VFR operations during the day only. Runway 7R/25L is 3,670 feet long and 60 feet wide, with medium intensity runway lighting (MIRL). It has runway end identifier lights and a two box precision approach path indicator (PAPI).
Quality AvFuel 100LL Avgas is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can fuel your aircraft yourself at the self-serve pumps, or you can call for the fuel truck to come service your plane.
Several aviation-related businesses are located at Compton. They perform such functions as aircraft maintenance and painting, pilot supply sales, flight training and banner towing. There is also a museum located at the airport that helps mentor tomorrow’s pilots.