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Maloelap Airport

Maloelap Airport is a public use airport located on Taroa Island in Maloelap Atoll, Marshall Islands. This airport is assigned the location identifier 3N1 by the FAA and MAV by the IATA.

Maloelap Airport
Taroa Airfield
  • ICAO: none
  • FAA LID: 3N1
Elevation AMSL 4 ft / 1.2 m
Coordinates 8°42′18″N

Maloelap Airport

Direction Length Surface
ft m
04/22 3,500 1,067 turf
Source: Federal Aviation Administration


Maloelap Airport is at an elevation of 4 feet (1.2 m) above mean sea level. The runway is designated 04/22 with a turf surface measuring 3,500 by 150 feet (1,067 x 46 m). There are no aircraft based at Maloelap.


During World War II, Taroa Airfield was a major Japanese airbase approximately three miles long and one mile wide. The airfield was Japan's easternmost airbase of the War. Heavily bombed during the war, it was a favorite target for bombers from Makin Airfield, Tarawa and Abemama. Remnants of the airbase, defenses, and battles can still be found on the island; about 1,200 feet from the southwest end of the airport lies the wreck of the Toreshima Maru, a Japanese supply ship sunk in December 1943.

Airlines and destinations

Airlines Destinations
Air Marshall Islands Aur, Majuro

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