|Operator||City of Lompoc|
|Elevation AMSL||88 ft / 26.8 m|
Facilities and aircraft
For the 12-month period ending May 8, 2009, the airport had 30,100 general aviation aircraft operations and 200 military aviation operations; an average of 83 general aviation per day, and 17 military per month. 71 single-engine and 4 ultralight aircraft were based at the airport during that time.
Skydiving operations are held daily during daylight hours at Skydive Santa Barbara.
World War 2
Near the Lompoc Airport the US Navy built the Naval Auxiliary Air Facility Lompoc base for US Navy lighter than air airships during World War II. The bases construction started in December of 1942 and opened with 500 x 1000 foot asphalt landing mat, two blimp mooring masts, and housing for 25 officers and 72 enlisted men. The blimps patrolled the coast for enemy ships. On August 13, 1943, five days after opening, while ground crews manoeuvered ship K-29 in fog in the morning on Circle #2, the blimp's tail pendants hit a high-voltage power line and 11,000 volts arcs through the ship. Four men holding the metal handling bars on the control car were electrocuted and a fifth crew member was seriously burned. The power company was supposed to have moved this power line hazard but had not. These was the only fatalities at the base. 
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