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This page is updated regularly with information about scheduled noise advisories.
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March 29, 2023 – mid-July 2023
Critical Runway Lighting Upgrades Runway 12-30 Closure
Major electrical upgrades designed to improve the safety of the primary runway at Long Beach Airport are being installed from late March through July, necessitating some temporary runway closures. During Runway 12-30 closures, operations will occur on Runway 8L-26R.
Due to the safety setback requirements of the construction work, there will be temporary runway closures between March 29 and mid-July:
- Runway 12-30 will be CLOSED NIGHTLY, Sundays through Thursdays, from March 29 to mid-July.
- Runway 12-30 will be CLOSED DAILY, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from April 18 to May 24.
More than 500 new LED lights will be installed as part of the electrical project. In addition to the safety benefits of brighter lighting, the LED bulbs use between 75 percent and 90 percent less energy and have a longer life expectancy than incandescent or quartz lights.
More information on the project can be found on the public notice.
Long Beach Airport has three runways. Runway 12-30 is the primary runway and is utilized for commercial air traffic. Runway 8L-26R is the secondary runway and is used for general aviation uses and for commercial air traffic when Runway 12-30 is closed. Runway 8R-26L is the shortest of the runways and is used for general aviation.
For more information, check out WebTrak, a community internet flight tracking system. WebTrak allows residents to track flight patterns, view noise levels and submit noise complaints.