The Tracy Municipal Airport is located at the south end of Tracy Boulevard and was first constructed in 1928 as the "American Legion Airport" in September of 1928 with its grand opening and a three day airshow in April of 1929. Ten years after WWI, with only one runway and one hangar in operation at the time, the airport was mainly used for "Flying Circuses" and "Barnstorming." During WWII, the airport was used as the Tracy Auxiliary Airfield (No. 4) for the Stockton Army Airfield and trained Army Air Corps cadets.
Today, the Tracy Municipal Airport has 166 acres used for aircraft parking, taxiways, and runway space. An additional 144 acres are still undeveloped. There are two active runways at the airport. Runway (8/26) is aligned east/west and is 3,438 feet long and 75 feet wide. Runway (12/30) is aligned northwest/southeast and is 4,001 feet long by 75 feet wide.
Tracy Municipal Airport is pleased to announce that through Federal Grants, we have completed the resurfacing of both runways and taxiway areas and now moving forward with resurfacing the General Aviation Ramp area for the summer of 2016!
Other airport services include: hangar rentals, tie-downs, flight training, aircraft maintenance, aircraft sales and shipping, as well as aviation and jet fuel sales. For hangar sizes and rental rates, click here.
Nearby lodging, restaurants, shopping and wineries make the Tracy Municipal Airport convenient for both business and out of town travelers. Fly-in, catch a train and travel in style with ACE (Altamont Commuter Express) train less than a mile away or hop on the I-580/I-5 interstate in just minutes!
For airport information:
Phone: (209) 831-6215
Airport Details and Information:
- Elevation: 193 Feet (MSL)
- Airport Identifier: KTCY
- Runway Lengths:
- 12/30: 4,001 feet
- 8/26: 3,438 feet
- Landing and Visual aids:
- Runways 8, 12, and 26 have a PAPI/REIL
- Runway 30 has a VASI
- Good flying weather most of the year, some fog in the winter months.
- Secure perimeter fencing, after hours key pad access.