Kearney Regional Airport

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Kearney Weather (°F)

KEAR (0.5 NM at True Heading of 191)
METAR: KEAR 021726Z AUTO 19009KT 10SM BKN034 25/19 A3005 RMK AO2
TAF: KEAR 021120Z 0212/0312 15005KT 5SM BR VCSH BKN014 FM021800 14008KT P6SM SCT035 FM030100 13006KT P6SM SCT120 FM030800 15006KT P6SM BKN012 FM031100 15006KT P6SM OVC006

Location

Latitude: 
40-43-37.3460N (40.727041)
Longitude: 
099-00-24.3720W (-99.00677)
Elevation: 
2131.8 feet MSL (650 m MSL)
Magnetic Variation: 
4.4 E (as of July 2022 from WMM2020 model)
Time Zone: 
UTC -6.0 (Standard Time)
UTC -5.0 (Daylight Savings Time)
From City: 
04 N.M. NE of Kearney, Nebraska
Found On: 
Omaha Chart
FAA Region: 
ACE

Contacts

Manager: 
Publicly owned: 
JAMES LYNAUGH
P.O. BOX 1180
KEARNEY, NE 68848
308-234-2318
CITY OF KEARNEY
P.O. BOX 1180
KEARNEY, NE 68848
308-233-3212

Operations

Airport Status: 
Operational
Facility Use: 
Public
Type: 
Airport
Activation Date: 
03/1943
Control tower: 
No
Attendance (Months/Days/Hours): 
Months/Days/Hours
ALL/ALL/0600-2000
Boundary ARTCC: 
ZMP (Minneapolis)
Responsible ARTCC: 
ZMP (Minneapolis)
Lighting Schedule: 
SEE RMK
Segmented Circle Indicator: 
Yes
Beacon Color: 
White-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Traffic Pattern Altitude: 
3132 feet (955 m)
NOTAMs Facility: 
EAR
NOTAM-D Service: 
Yes
International Airport of Entry: 
No
Customs Landing Rights: 
No
Military Landing Rights: 
Yes
Civil/Military Joint Use: 
No
Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting: 
Class I
ARFF Index: A
Air Carrier Service: Scheduled
Certification Date: 11/2002

Based Aircraft

Single Engine:  25
Multi Engine:  3
Jet Engine:  3
GA Helicopters:  2

Annual Operations (as of 10/31/2021)

Total Operations:  21770
Commercial:  2190 10.1%
Air Taxi:  550 2.5%
GA Local:  10000 45.9%
GA Itinerant:  9000 41.3%
Military Aircraft:  30 0.1%

Communications

CTAF:  123.000
Unicom:  123.000
AWOS-3PT:  123.875 (308-237-5608)

  • APCH/DEP SVC PRVDD BY MINNEAPOLIS ARTCC ON FREQS 119.4/278.8 (HASTINGS RCAG).
   

Fixed Based Operators (FBOs) & Fuel

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Area Code: 308

Business Name Frequency Phone Fuel Grade
Air Midway
  
Unicom 122.8 237-2111 100LL, Jet A
Lil Red Aero
  
234-1635
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Flight Service Stations

Primary Alternate
FSS on Field:  N
FSS Name (ID):  Columbus(OLU)
Frequency: 
Toll Free Phone:  1-800-WX-BRIEF

Instrument Procedures / Charts


FAA Terminal Procedures valid from 0901Z 06/16/22 to 0901Z 07/14/22.

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APD - Airport Diagram
DP - Departure Procedure Charts
HOT - Hot Spots
IAP - Instrument Approach Procedure Charts
MIN - Minimums
STAR - Standard Terminal Arrival Charts
Page Type Page Name Volume Action Since
Last Cycle
APD AIRPORT DIAGRAM NC-2
HOT HOT SPOT NC-2
IAP ILS OR LOC RWY 36 NC-2
IAP RNAV (GPS) RWY 13 NC-2
IAP RNAV (GPS) RWY 18 NC-2
IAP RNAV (GPS) RWY 36 NC-2
IAP VOR RWY 18 NC-2
MIN ALTERNATE MINIMUMS NC-2
MIN TAKEOFF MINIMUMS NC-2
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Navigation Aids (Navaids) near EAR

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

Nearby Airports with Fuel

Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS)

NOTAMs

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NOTAM Radius Search

NOTAMS within

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NM of KEAR

NOTAM Flight Path Search (Enter from two to five locations below)

NOTAMS within

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NM of KEAR

Remarks

A110-1 BE ALERT WHEN TAXIING ON APRON DUE TO SEVERAL CLOSED AREAS.
A110-2 AIR CARRIER OPS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED IN EXCESS OF 15 MINUTES BEFORE OR AFTER SCHEDULED ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE TIMES WITHOUT PRIOR COORDINATION WITH AMGR AND CONFIRMATION THAT ARFF IS AVBL PRIOR TO LDNG OR TKOF.
A110-3 FOR CD IF UNA TO CTC ON FSS FREQ, CTC MINNEAPOLIS ARTCC AT 651-463-5588.
A26 ARFF INDEX B EQUIPMENT PROVIDED. PPR 48 HRS FOR AIR CARRIER OPS WITH MORE THAN 30 PASSENGER SEATS. CALL ARPT MGR 308-234-2318 OR 308-440-6069.
A81-APT HIRL RWY 18/36 PRESET ON LOW INTST; TO INCR INTST & ACTVT REIL RWY 18; MALSR RWY 36; PAPI RWYS 13, 18, 31, & 36; AND MIRL RWY 13/31 - CTAF.

Runways

Runway Summary

Runways: 13/31
18/36
Longest Runway: 18/36 is 7094 ft (2162 m) long
Runways with an Instrument Approach: 36

EAR Airport Runway Details

Runway 13/31  4498 ft x 75 ft (1371 m x 23 m)
Runway Length Source:  3RD PARTY SURVEY as of 09/06/2019
Runway Pavement Class:  9 /R/C/X/T
Runway Edge Lights:  Medium Intensity

Runway Weight Bearing Capacity (in thousands of pounds) 
Single Wheel Landing Gear:  30.0
Dual Wheel Landing Gear:  38.0

Runway 13

Runway 31

Elevation: 
2129.2 2128.4
Latitude: 
40-43-56.3260N 40-43-21.6865N
Longitude: 
099-00-31.4628W 098-59-54.8775W
True Magnetic Hdg.: 
141 321
Glide Path Angle: 
3.0 degrees 3.0 degrees
Traffic Pattern: 
Left Left
Runway Markings Type: 
Nonprecision Instrument Nonprecision Instrument
Runway Markings Condition:
Good Good
Visual Glide Slope Indicators: 
2-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway 2-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway
Threshold Crossing Height: 
43 44
Declared Distances
Take Off Run Avbl. (TORA): 
4498 4498
Take Off Distance Avbl. (TODA): 
4498 4498
Actual Stop Dist. Avbl. (ASDA): 
4498 4498
Landing Dist. Avbl. (LDA): 
4498 4498

Runway 18/36  7094 ft x 100 ft (2162 m x 30 m)
Runway Length Source:  3RD PARTY SURVEY as of 09/06/2019
Runway Pavement Class:  15 /R/B/W/T
Runway Edge Lights:  High Intensity

Runway Weight Bearing Capacity (in thousands of pounds) 
Single Wheel Landing Gear:  46.0
Dual Wheel Landing Gear:  62.0

Runway 18

Runway 36

Elevation: 
2127.8 2131.6
Latitude: 
40-44-11.0437N 40-43-01.5425N
Longitude: 
099-00-25.5370W 099-00-37.4106W
True Magnetic Hdg.: 
187 007
ILS Type: 
ILS/DME
Glide Path Angle: 
3.0 degrees 3.0 degrees
Traffic Pattern: 
Left Left
Runway Markings Type: 
Nonprecision Instrument Precision Instrument
Runway Markings Condition:
Good Good
Object at End: 
BLDG
Object Height: 
103
Distance from End: 
5250
Visual Glide Slope Indicators: 
4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway 4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway
Approach Light System: 
1,400 Foot Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System With Runway Alignment Indicator Lights
REIL: 
Yes
Threshold Crossing Height: 
46 43
Declared Distances
Take Off Run Avbl. (TORA): 
7094 7094
Take Off Distance Avbl. (TODA): 
7094 7094
Actual Stop Dist. Avbl. (ASDA): 
7094 7094
Landing Dist. Avbl. (LDA): 
7094 7094

Services

Airframe Repair: 
Major
Powerplant Repair: 
Major
Bottled Oxygen: 
None
Bulk Oxygen: 
None
Fuel Available: 
100LL, Jet A
Landing Fees: 
No
Parking: 
Hangars and tiedowns available

Maps & Diagrams

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