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  • Location

    Latitude: 
    61-15-04.8715N (61.251353)
    Longitude: 
    149-48-23.4924W (-149.806526)
    Elevation: 
    213.0 feet MSL (65 m MSL)
    Magnetic Variation: 
    16 E (as of October 2018 from WMM2015 model)
    Time Zone: 
    UTC -9.0 (Standard Time)
    UTC -8.0 (Daylight Savings Time)
    From City: 
    3 N.M. NE of Anchorage, Alaska
    Found On: 
    Anchorage Chart
    FAA Region: 
    AAL
  • Airport Operations

    Airport Status: 
    Operational
    Facility Use: 
    Private
    Type: 
    Airport
    Activation Date: 
    03/1949
    Control tower: 
    Yes
    Attendance (Months/Days/Hours): 
    Months/Days/Hours
    ALL/ALL/ALL
    Boundary ARTCC: 
    ZAN (Anchorage)
    Segmented Circle Indicator: 
    No
    Beacon Color: 
    White-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
    Traffic Pattern Altitude: 
    1213 feet (370 m)
    NOTAMs Facility: 
    PAED
    NOTAM-D Service: 
    Yes
    International Airport of Entry: 
    No
    Customs Landing Rights: 
    No
    Military Landing Rights: 
    No
    Civil/Military Joint Use: 
    No

    Based Aircraft

    Single Engine:  14
    Multi Engine:  1
    Military Aircraft:  69

    Annual Operations (as of 07/23/1979)

    Total Operations:  86600
    GA Local:  7600 8.8%
    GA Itinerant:  500 0.6%
    Military Aircraft:  78500 90.6%
  • Communications

    Tower:  ELMENDORF
    127.2
    352.05
    Hrs: 24
    Clearance Del.:  128.8
    306.925
    Ground:  121.8
    275.8
    Approach:  ANCHORAGE
    118.6
    134.1
    Departure:  ANCHORAGE
    118.6
    134.1
    ATIS:  124.3
    273.5
    Hrs: 0700-2300
    11AF RESCUE COORD CNTR:  123.1
    PMSV METRO:  346.6
    PTD:  372.2
    11AF COMD CEN:  381.0
    PTD:  134.8
    ARTIC WARRIOR OPS:  381.0
    11AF RESCUE COORD CNTR:  282.8

    • WHEN ASR IS OUT PAR NOT AVBL UNLESS ACFT HAS OPNL TACAN. ACFT WILL EXECUTE INSTRUMENT APCH & REPORT 10 DME ON TAC OR LOC COURSE FOR PAR PICKUP.
    • ELMENDORF HOSPITAL HELIPORT; SIX MILE LAKE ARPT AND SIX MILE LAKE SEAPLANE MONITOR ELMENDORF ATIS 124.3/273.5 OR CTC BASE OPS 134.8/372.2 FOR LCL ADZY.
    • PAR AVBL BY NOTAM. ASR APCHS UNAVBL WITH OUT PAR.
    • FULL SERVICE WX BRIEFING AVBL 0600-2000 WKDAYS EXCP HOLS; OTR TIMES CTC ALASKAN WX OPNS CNTR DSN 317-552-2719/2003 OR C907-552-2719/2003.
    • PAR AVBL 0100-1700 MON-FRI EXCEPT HOLIDAYS.
       
  • Contacts

    Manager: 
    Air Force owned: 
    AIRFIELD MGR
    300SS/DOFJ
    ELMENDORF AFB, AK 99506
    907-552-2444
    U S GOVT USAF
    30SS/DOFJ
    ELMENDORF AFB, AK 99506
    907-552-2107
  • Fixed Based Operators (FBOs) & Fuel

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    Area Code: 907

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  • Flight Service Stations

    Primary Alternate
    FSS on Field:  N
    FSS Name (ID):  Kenai(ENA)
    Frequency: 
    Toll Free Phone:  1-866-864-1737
       
  • Instrument Procedures / Charts


    FAA Terminal Procedures valid from 0901Z 10/11/18 to 0901Z 11/08/18.

    There are various types of charts available for an airport. They are listed in the Page Type column. Here is a legend for those types:

    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 (Military) AIRPORT DIAGRAM AK-1
    DP (Military) EEEGL THREE AK-1
    DP (Military) ELMENDORF TWO (RNAV) AK-1
    HOT (Military) HOT SPOT AK-1
    IAP (Military) ILS Y OR LOC/DME RWY 06 AK-1
    IAP (Military) ILS Z OR LOC/DME RWY 06 AK-1
    IAP (Military) RNAV (GPS) RWY 06 AK-1
    IAP (Military) TACAN RWY 06 AK-1
    IAP (Military) TACAN Y RWY 16 AK-1
    IAP (Military) TACAN Z RWY 16 AK-1
    MIN (Military) DIVERSE VECTOR AREA AK-1
    MIN (Military) RADAR MINIMUMS AK-1
    MIN (Military) TAKEOFF MINIMUMS AK-1
    STAR (Military) DESKA FOUR AK-1
    STAR (Military) DESKA FOUR[DELIMITER] CONT.1 AK-1
    STAR (Military) MATSU FIVE AK-1
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  • Maps

    Anchorage - Elmendorf AFB (EDF) Airport Terminal Map

    Terminal Map Not Available for this Airport

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    EDF Airport Diagram

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  • METAR / TAF

    METAR

    TAF

  • Navigation Aids (Navaids) near EDF

    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
    2.4 Alaska Regional Hospital Heliport
    (2OK)
    194 178 100LL, Jet A
    2.5 Merrill Field Airport
    (MRI PAMR MRI)
    205 189 100, Jet A
    6.2 Lake Hood Seaplane Base
    (PALH LHD)
    227 211 100, 100LL, Jet A
    7.2 Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
    (ANC PANC ANC)
    230 214 100, 100LL, Jet A, Jet A-1
    13.1 Birchwood Airport
    (PABV BCV)
    40 24 100LL
    20.7 Wasilla Airport
    (WWA PAWS IYS)
    21 5 100LL, Jet A
    23.1 Wasilla Lake Seaplane Base
    (5L6)
    29 13 100LL
    29.1 Palmer Buddy Woods Municipal Airport
    (PAQ PAAQ PAQ)
    44 28 100LL, Jet A-1, Jet B
    58.4 Kenai Municipal Airport
    (ENA PAEN ENA)
    226 211 100LL, Jet A
    58.9 Soldotna Airport
    (SXQ PASX SXQ)
    218 203 100LL, Jet A
    64.7 Talkeetna Airport
    (TKA PATK TKA)
    352 336 100LL, Jet A, Jet A+
  • Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS)

    NOTAMs

    List ALL PAED NOTAMs

    NOTAM Radius Search

    NOTAMS within
    NM of PAED

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  • Ratings & Reviews

    Elmendorf AFB Airport Ratings

    Category Aspect Rating
    Overall Rating for Elmendorf AFB Airport
    • 4.0/5 (2 votes cast)

    Flight Service Number of Flights
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Overall Number of Routes Served
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    International Routes Served
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    On-time Performance
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Business Services & Internet Airport Lounges
    • 3.3/5 (3 votes cast)

    Business Centers
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Airport Website (information & tools)
    • 4.0/5 (2 votes cast)

    Availability of Internet Connectivity
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Wireless Internet Access
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    General Facilities ATM Locations
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Public Telephones
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Restrooms
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Architecture
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Terminal Layout
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Seating Areas
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Overall Cleanliness
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Children Play Areas
    • 4.0/5 (2 votes cast)

    Geographic Location
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Baggage Claim Locations
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Baggage Handling
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Overall Comfort
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Security Lines
    • 4.0/5 (2 votes cast)

    Transportation & Parking Parking Availability
    • 3.0/5 (2 votes cast)

    Parking Pricing
    • 5.0/5 (2 votes cast)

    Public Transport
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Car Rental
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Taxis
    • 4.0/5 (2 votes cast)

    Hotel Shuttles
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Proximity to City Center
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Amenities Shopping (variety and number)
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Restaurants & Bars (variety and number)
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

    Restaurants & Bars (price/value)
    • 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)

  • Remarks

    A110*G THIS AIRPORT HAS BEEN SURVEYED BY THE NATIONAL GEODETIC SURVEY.
    A110-1 LNDG RWY 16 NOT RCMND FOR JET ACFT EXCPT DURG DAY VFR DUE OBSTRN 337' MSL LCTD 1950' FM THR & 574' W OF CNGRLN.
    A110-10 NOTICE: A RIDGE EXTENDING FROM APPROXIMATELY 260 - 020 DEGREES ONE TO TWO MILES FROM THE TOWER PREVENTS OBSERVATION OF FOG OVER KNIK ARM. VISIBILITY MAY DROP RAPIDLY AS FOG POURS OVER RIDGE.
    A110-13 ALL ACFT MAINTAIN IDLE POWER ON OUTBOARD ENG WHILE TAXIING.
    A110-14 NO SIGNS OR PAINTED HOLD SHORT LINES ON INTERSECTING RYS.
    A110-17 EXTENSIVE SVC DELAY FOR FUEL.
    A110-2 HGR SPACE & WARM STORAGE EXTREMELY LMTD OCT-MAY.
    A110-23 FREQUENT ACTIVITY IN R2203. WHEN UNABLE TO AVOID CTC ATCT.
    A110-25 SPECIAL AIR TRAFFIC RULES FAR PART 93, SEE REGULATORY NOTICES IN THE SUPPLEMENT.
    A110-27 LIMITED MAINTENANCE CAPABILITIES ON WKEND.
    A110-3 PREVENTIVE MAINT: TACAN WED AND FRI 1600-1700Z; ILS TUE AND THR 1500-1700Z; PAR SAT-SUN 1800-2000Z; ASR SAT-SUN 2000-2200.
    A110-30 JOAP, JOINT OIL ANALYSIS PROGRAM AVBL. LHNIT, LOW & HIGH PRESSURE NITROGEN SERVICING AVBL.
    A110-31 CHANGE JET AIRCRAFT STARTING UNITS (JASU) TO, (A/M32A-86), MC-1A), (MC-2A), (AM32A-60A). (AM32-95)150 +/-5 LBS/MIN (2055 +/-68CFM) AT 51 +/-02 PSIA. LASS 150 +/-5 LBS/MIN @ 49 +/-2 PSIA.
    A110-32 FUEL: J8
    A110-33 OIL: O-123, O-128, O-133, O-148, O-156, JOAP.
    A110-34 JOAP & LOW & HIGH PRESURE NITROGEN SERVICING FURNISHED DURING NORMAL DUTY HOURS, OTR TIMES ON REQUEST.
    A110-35 FLUID: PRESAIR, DE-ICE, NITROGEN-LHNIT.
    A110-48 RY 16/34 RUBBER ACCUM NORTH & SOUTH 1000FT.
    A110-5 QUIET HR 0630-1400Z WKDAYS; 0630-1600Z WKEND & HOLS, AMC ACFT EXEMPT.
    A110-57 IFF SVC AVBL. AFLD WX IS AUTOMATICALLY MNT BY AN/FQ-19 AUTOMATED WX OBSERVING SYSTEM AND BACKED-UP/ AUGMENTED BY HUMAN OBSERVER WHEN NECESSARY 24/7. DSN 317-552-4903/4397OR C907-552-4903/4397. FULL SVC WX BRIEFING 24HRS 17 OPERATIONAL WEATHER SQUADRON DSN 315-449-8333 OR C808-449-8333.
    A110-58 C17/C130 OVERT LIGHTS AVBL ON RY16/34. C17/C130 COVERT LIGHTS AVBL ON RY 16.
    A110-59 NVD OPS ON RY 16/34 & RY 06/24 MON-FRI FROM 0400-1000Z++.
    A110-61 DURING EVAC OF WX STATION, CTC 17 OPERATIONAL WX SQUADRON AT DSN 315-449-8333.
    A110-62 ALTERNATE WX LOCATION VISIBILITY OBSTRUCTED FROM SE-W DUE TO HANGARS. USE PHONE PATCH WHEN WX RELOCATES TO ALTERNATE LOCATION.PHONE PATCH CAPABILITY THROUGH 3 WG/CP AT 907-552-3000.
    A110-66 CAUTION: NUMEROUS ACFT WILL BE OPR IFR BETWEEN 1500-2000 MSL FROM BGQ 092/10 INTO R2203 TO EDF 320/07 INVOF BIG LAKE, PALMER, BIRCHWOOD, GOOSEBAY AND WASILLA, AK., MON-SAT 0300-0800Z++, AND TUES AND THU 1800-2200Z++.
    A110-7 CAUTION: MOOSE ON & INVOF RWY.
    A110-70 CAUTION: HEAVY RAINFALL MAY CAUSE HIGH POTENTIAL FOR HYDROPLANING FOR CONC ENDS OF RWY 06 AND RWY 24.
    A110-71 RWY 34 DEPARTURES FOR ACFT WITH WINGSPANS GREATER THAN 98 FT RQR PRIOR COORD WITH AMC, ATC TWR, OR ALD MGT.
    A110-72 DV SPOTS 1 AND 3 LTD TO ACFT WITH WINGSPANS OF 136 FT OR LESS.
    A110-73 CAUTION: UNLIT TERRAIN 0 FT AGL/341 FT MSL, 1909 FT PRIOR TO THLD, 1914 FT RIGHT OF COURSE.
    A110-74 CAUTION: WHEN RWY 16 VGSI INOP, STR-IN TO RWY 16 ONLY AUTHORIZED AT NIGHT WITH MAJCOM A3 APVL.
    A110-75 TWYS D1, D2, N4 & N5 PERM CLOSED.
    A110-76 AFLD MGMT DOES NOT HAVE COMSEC STORAGE AVBL, FOR COMSEC STORAGE CTC COMMAND POST DSN 317-552-3000.
    A110-77 ALL TRAN AIRCREWS OPERATING AT ELMENDORF AIRFIELD MUST DROP OFF A COPY OF THEIR CREW ORDERS TO AFLD MGMT UPON ARR.
    A110-78 ALL VIP ACFT CTC BASE OPS 30 MIN PRIOR TO ARR ON PTD 372.2 OR 134.1 OR C907-552-2107.
    A110-79 ACFT REQUIRING CUSTOMS AND AG INSPECTIONS ARE RQR TO CTC BASE OPS NO LATER THAN 90 MIN PRIOR TO ARR.
    A110-8 DURING VMC DEPS/MISSED APCHS/GO AROUNDS; ACFT SHALL MAINTAIN AT OR BLO 1200' MLS UNTIL DEP END OF RWY 06.
    A110-80 PPR REQUIRED FOR ALL NON-JBER ASSIGNED ACFT EXCEPT NON-EXPLOSIVE LADEN AMCC ACFT.
    A110-81 SUBMIT ALL PPR REQUESTS UTILIZING THE PAED PPR REQUEST FORM LOCATED IN THE PAED GIANT REPORT STIF TO BASEOPS3@US.AF.MIL NO EARLIER THAN 30 DAYS PRIOR AND NO LATER THAN 48 HOURS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL TO BEGIN COORDINATION FOR PPR.
    A110-82 PPRS WILL BE ISSUED NO EARLIER THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO ARR.
    A110-83 NORMAL BARRIER CONFIGURATION DUR FTR FLY WINDOW LEAVES 5675' BTN CABLES ON RWY 06/24, OUTSIDE OF FTR FLY WINDOWS THERE IS 7658' BTN CABLES.
    A110-84 ACFT REQUIRING CABLES DE-RIGGED MUST CTC BASE OPS 24 HR PRIOR TO ARR OR MAKE REQ PRIOR TO PPR BEING ISSUED.
    A110-85 AMC ACFT ON AN AMC ASGN MSN CAN EXP TO HAVE MAINT SVC ACCOMPLISHED BY 732 AMS.
    A110-86 UNITS DEPLOYING TO, STAGING OUT OF, OR FLYING LCL SORTIES AT ELMENDORF AFB MUST DEPLOY WITH MAINT PERS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE OPS TO INCLUDE DE-ICE QUALIFIED CREWMEMBERS DUR COLD WX OPS.
    A110-87 ANY DEPLOYED OR STAGED ACFT WILL NOT RCV TA SUPPORT BYD INITIAL BLOCK IN.
    A110-88 UNLESS PARTICIPATING IN MAJCOM SPONSORED EXER AT ELMENDORF; DEPLOYED OR STAGED UNITS MUST CTC 3 WG SCHEDULING AT DSN 317-552-2406 OR C907-552-2406 AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE TO COORD LOCAL AREA ORIENTATION BRIEFING, MAINT SPONSORSHIP IF APPLICABLE, AND 3 OG/CC APVL PRIOR TO LCL AREA OPS.
    A110-89 TRAN ALERT ACFT SVC LTD TO POL SERVICING, INTAKE INSPECTIONS, MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR INSPECTIONS AND EOR INSPECTIONS.
    A110-9 ALL FTR ACFT ON ARR EXPECT REDUCED SEPARATION; SAME TYPE ACFT AND DAY 3000 FT; DISSIMILAR ACFT AND/OR NIGHT 6000 FT; AHEAD/BEHIND FORMATION LDG-6000 FT.
    A110-90 IF EXP TO USE RWY 16 FOR DEP OR RWY 34 FOR LDG SEE JBER CARTEE AIRSPACE DESCRIPTION IN NOTICES SEC OF THIS SUPPLEMENT.
    A110-91 ALL NON-AMC ACFT RQR 732 AMS MAINT/SVC MAY EXPERIENCE LOGISTICAL DELAYS DUE TO MISSION NECESSITIES.
    A110-92 FOR CURRENT RCR/RSC'S ON RWY 06/24 AND RWY 16/34, AND AFLD RCRS CTC TWR.
    A110-93 EAST RAMP HOT SPOT 19 LTD, EXPLOSIVES CAT'S 1.1 AND 1.2 GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 450 LBS N.E.W. RQR EVAC OF BLDGS 16521 & 16519 FOR DURATION OF HOT ON HS19. FOR BLDG EVAC CTC 907-552-2577.
    A26 ARFF FAA INDEX D/ CAT 8/10.
    A43-06 RY 06 PAPI UNUSBL BYD 8 DEGS EITHER SIDE OF COURSE PATH.
    A43-24 PAPI RY 24 UNUSBL BYD 7 DEG RGT OF COURSE.
    A49-06 APCH LGTS EXTND 15'' ABOVE SFC UP TO 100' PRIOR TO THR.
    E147 TPA, OVERHEAD 1700 FT MSL, CONVENTIONAL 1200 FT MSL, COPTER/LGT ACFT 800 FT MSL.
    E40-34 N.
    E60-06 BAK-12B (1780 FT) (7455 FT) (9438 FT)
    E60-16 BAK-12B (6000 FT) (1500 FT)
    E60-24 BAK-12B (8220 FT) (2545 FT) (562 FT)
    E60-34 BAK-12B (6000 FT) (1500 FT)

  • Runways

    EDF Airport Runway Summary

    Runways: 06/24
    16/34
    Longest Runway: 06/24 is 10000 ft (3048 m) long
    Runways with an Instrument Approach: 06

    EDF Airport Runway Details

    Runway 06/24  10000 ft x 200 ft (3048 m x 61 m)
    Runway Length Source:  AVN as of 08/12/2003
    Surface:  Asphalt -
    Runway Pavement Class:  58 /R/B/W/T
    Runway Edge Lights:  High Intensity

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

    Runway 06

    Runway 24

    Elevation: 
    175 201
    Latitude: 
    61-14-55.0800N 61-15-12.1600N
    Longitude: 
    149-50-39.3400W 149-47-18.0200W
    True Magnetic Hdg.: 
    80 260
    ILS Type: 
    ILS
    Glide Path Angle: 
    3.0 degrees 3.0 degrees
    Traffic Pattern: 
    Left Right
    Runway Markings Type: 
    Nonprecision Instrument Nonprecision Instrument
    Runway Markings Condition:
    Good Good
    Arresting Device: 
    BAK-12 BAK-12
    Object at End: 
    PLINE POLE
    Object Height: 
    0 0
    Object Marked/Lighted?: 
    Distance from End: 
    0 1000
    Object Centerline Offset: 
    Visual Glide Slope Indicators: 
    2-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway 4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway
    Runway Visual Range (RVR): 
    Touchdown Touchdown
    Approach Light System: 
    3,000 Foot High Intensity Approach Lighting System With Centerline Sequenced Flashers
    REIL: 
    No No
    Touchdown Lights: 
    Yes No
    Centerline Lights: 
    Yes Yes
    Threshold Crossing Height: 
    54 63
    Threshold Elevation: 
    0 0
    Displaced Threshold: 
    0 0
    Threshold Latitude: 

    Threshold Longitude: 

    Declared Distances
    Take Off Run Avbl. (TORA): 
    0 0
    Take Off Distance Avbl. (TODA): 
    0 0
    Actual Stop Dist. Avbl. (ASDA): 
    0 0
    Landing Dist. Avbl. (LDA): 
    0 0

    Runway 16/34  7493 ft x 150 ft (2284 m x 46 m)
    Runway Length Source:  MILITARY as of 05/13/2013
    Surface:  Asphalt -
    Runway Pavement Class:  55 /F/A/W/T
    Runway Edge Lights:  High Intensity

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

    Runway 16

    Runway 34

    Elevation: 
    213 185
    Latitude: 
    61-15-43.4300N 61-14-29.6400N
    Longitude: 
    149-47-36.5200W 149-47-36.5700W
    True Magnetic Hdg.: 
    180 360
    ILS Type: 
    Glide Path Angle: 
    3.0 degrees 3.0 degrees
    Traffic Pattern: 
    Left Right
    Runway Markings Type: 
    Basic Basic
    Runway Markings Condition:
    Good Good
    Arresting Device: 
    BAK-12 BAK-12
    Object at End: 
    TREES HILL PLINE TREE
    Object Height: 
    0 0
    Object Marked/Lighted?: 
    Distance from End: 
    1200 1000
    Object Centerline Offset: 
    Visual Glide Slope Indicators: 
    4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway 4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway
    Runway Visual Range (RVR): 
    Approach Light System: 
    3,000 Foot High Intensity Approach Lighting System With Centerline Sequenced Flashers
    REIL: 
    No No
    Touchdown Lights: 
    No No
    Centerline Lights: 
    No No
    Threshold Crossing Height: 
    47 53
    Threshold Elevation: 
    0 0
    Displaced Threshold: 
    0 0
    Threshold Latitude: 

    Threshold Longitude: 

    Declared Distances
    Take Off Run Avbl. (TORA): 
    0 0
    Take Off Distance Avbl. (TODA): 
    0 0
    Actual Stop Dist. Avbl. (ASDA): 
    0 0
    Landing Dist. Avbl. (LDA): 
    0 0

  • Services

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

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