Cape Pole Seaplane Base

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Cape Pole Weather (°F)

Location

Latitude: 
55-57-58.6440N (55.96629)
Longitude: 
133-47-48.1960W (-133.796721)
Elevation: 
0.0 feet MSL (0 m MSL)
Magnetic Variation: 
18.1 E (as of May 2022 from WMM2020 model)
Time Zone: 
UTC -9.0 (Standard Time)
UTC -8.0 (Daylight Savings Time)
From City: 
00 N.M. W of Cape Pole, Alaska
Found On: 
Ketchikan Chart
FAA Region: 
AAL

Contacts

Manager: 
Privately owned: 



L.O.G. LOG CO.
CAPE POLE SEAPLANE BASE
CAPE POLE, AK

Operations

Airport Status: 
Operational
Facility Use: 
Public
Type: 
Seaplane Base
Activation Date: 
04/1962
Control tower: 
No
Attendance (Months/Days/Hours): 
Months/Days/Hours
Unattended
Boundary ARTCC: 
ZAN (Anchorage)
Responsible ARTCC: 
ZAN (Anchorage)
Traffic Pattern Altitude: 
1000 feet (305 m)
NOTAMs Facility: 
SIT
NOTAM-D Service: 
No

Based Aircraft

Annual Operations (as of 12/31/2017)

Communications

CTAF:  122.900

       

    Fixed Based Operators (FBOs) & Fuel

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    Area Code: 907

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    Flight Service Stations

    Primary Alternate
    FSS on Field: 
    FSS Name (ID):  Sitka(SIT) Juneau (JNU)
    Frequency: 
    Toll Free Phone:  1-800-478-6300 1-866-297-2236

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    Navigation Aids (Navaids) near CZP

    Navigational Aid (NAVAID) distances from the airport are listed in Nautical Miles (NM).

    Nearby Airports with Fuel

    Dist (NM) Name (Airport IDs) True Hdg Mag Hdg Fuel Grade
    33.6 Klawock Airport
    (KLW PAKW AKW)
    133 115 100LL, Jet A
    36.6 Craig Seaplane Base
    (CGA CGA)
    142 124 100LL
    56.5 Saginaw Seaplane Base
    (SGW A23)
    347 329 100LL
    56.8 Wrangell Airport
    (WRG PAWG WRG)
    56 38 100LL, Jet A
    57.5 Petersburg James A Johnson Airport
    (PSG PAPG PSG)
    29 11 100, Jet A
    79.6 Ketchikan International Airport
    (KTN PAKT KTN)
    116 98 100LL, Jet A
    83.0 Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport
    (SIT PASI SIT)
    322 304 100, Jet A-1+

    Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS)

    NOTAMs

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    NM of Z71

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    NM of Z71

    Remarks

    A110-1 OPERG AREA IN FISHERMANS HARBOR; ROCKS IN ENTRANCE; HEAVY SEAS ARE FREQUENT.
    A110-2 NO LONGER USED AS LOGGING/SEAPLANE OPNS. THERE IS LINE ACROSS INLET AT FLOAT.
    A110-4 BEACH CONTAINS LARGE ROCKS UNSAFE FOR SEAPLANE FLOATS.

    Runways

    Runway Summary

    Runways: NW/SE
    Longest Runway: NW/SE is 10000 ft (3048 m) long
    Runways with an Instrument Approach:

    CZP Airport Runway Details

    Waterway NW/SE  10000 ft x 500 ft (3048 m x 152 m)

    Waterway NW

    Runway SE

    Elevation: 
    0.0 0.0
    Glide Path Angle: 
    0.0 degrees 0.0 degrees
    Traffic Pattern: 
    Left Left

    Services

    Airframe Repair: 
    Major
    Powerplant Repair: 
    Major
    Bottled Oxygen: 
    None
    Bulk Oxygen: 
    None
    Fuel Available: 
    100, Jet A-1+
    Landing Fees: 
    No
    Parking: 
    Tiedowns available

    Maps & Diagrams

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