Elmendorf AFB Airport

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Anchorage Weather (°F)

PAED (0.9 NM at True Heading of 264)
METAR: PAED 082238Z 20004KT 3SM -SN BR SCT009 BKN015 M05/M07 A2981 RMK AO2A VIS 5 NE-E V W 2 SLP093
TAF: TAF PAED 082200Z 0822/1004 19006KT 4800 -SHSN SCT005 BKN020 650206 QNH2981INS TEMPO 0822/0824 1600 -SN SCT005 BKN010 BECMG 0903/0904 02006KT 3200 -SN BR SCT010 OVC020 650206 QNH2984INS BECMG 0909/0910 01008KT 6000 BR VCFG SCT010 BKN025 610253 QNH2983INS BECMG 0911/0912 05006KT 0800 FZFG VV002 QNH2977INS BECMG 0919/0920 04006KT 3200 PRFG SCT000 BKN020 QNH2976INS PRFG SCT000 BECMG 0921/0922 03006KT 9999 VCFG SCT020 SCT100 QNH2972INS TXM05/0822Z TNM13/0915Z

PAMR (2.5 NM at True Heading of 209)
METAR: PAMR 082250Z 19005KT 1 1/2SM -SN BR BKN009 BKN036 OVC045 M05/M07 A2983 RMK AO2 P0000
TAF: N/A

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: 
15.1 E (as of February 2023 from WMM2020 model)
Time Zone: 
UTC -9.0 (Standard Time)
UTC -8.0 (Daylight Savings Time)
From City: 
03 N.M. NE of Anchorage, Alaska
Found On: 
Anchorage Chart
FAA Region: 
AAL

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

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)
Responsible ARTCC: 
ZAN (Anchorage)
Segmented Circle Indicator: 
No
Traffic Pattern Altitude (MSL): 
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
118.6
118.6
118.6
118.6
Departure:  ANCHORAGE
118.6
118.6
118.6
118.6
118.6
ATIS:  124.3
273.5
Hrs: 0700-2300
OPS:  123.1 ;11AF RESCUE COORD CNTR
PMSV METRO:  346.6
PTD:  372.2
OPS:  381.0 ;11AF COMD CEN
PTD:  134.8
OPS:  381.0 ;ARTIC WARRIOR OPS
OPS:  282.8 ;11AF RESCUE COORD CNTR

  • 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 SVC 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.
   

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 01/26/23 to 0901Z 02/23/23.

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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 FOUR AK-1
DP (Military) ELMENDORF TWO (RNAV) AK-1
DP (Military) YUKLA TWO AK-1
HOT (Military) HOT SPOT AK-1
IAP (Military) ILS X RWY 06 (SA CAT I) AK-1
IAP (Military) ILS Y OR LOC/DME Y RWY 06 AK-1
IAP (Military) ILS Z OR LOC/DME Z 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) GRUUB ONE (RNAV) AK-1
STAR (Military) GRUUB ONE (RNAV)[DELIMITER] CONT.1 AK-1
STAR (Military) JINXX ONE (RNAV) AK-1
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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)
194 179 100LL, Jet A
2.5 Merrill Field Airport
(MRI PAMR MRI)
205 190 100, Jet A
7.2 Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
(ANC PANC ANC)
230 215 100, 100LL, Jet A, Jet A-1
13.1 Birchwood Airport
(PABV BCV)
40 25 100LL
20.7 Wasilla Airport
(WWA PAWS IYS)
21 6 100LL, Jet A
23.1 Wasilla Lake Seaplane Base
(5L6)
29 14 100LL
29.1 Warren 'Bud' Woods Palmer Municipal Airport
(PAQ PAAQ PAQ)
44 29 100LL, Jet A-1
58.4 Kenai Municipal Airport
(ENA PAEN ENA)
226 212 100LL, Jet A
58.9 Soldotna Airport
(SXQ PASX SXQ)
218 203 100LL, Jet A
64.7 Talkeetna Airport
(TKA PATK TKA)
352 337 100LL, Jet A, Jet A+

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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 FT MSL LCTD 1950 FT FM THR & 574 FT W OF CNGRLN.
A110-10 NOTICE: A RIDGE EXTENDING FROM APPROXIMATELY 260-020 DEGS ONE TO TWO MILES FROM THE TOWER PREVENTS OBSERVATION OF FOG OVER KNIK ARM. VISIBILITY MAY DROP RAPIDLY AS FOG POURS OVER RIDGE.
A110-100 ACFT UNABLE TO MEET R2203 DEP RSTRNS ADVISE ATC PRIOR TO DEP; CONSIDER DEP RWY 24. SEE ATC NOTES IN GIANT REPORT.
A110-13 ALL ACFT MAINTAIN IDLE POWER ON OUTBOARD ENG WHILE TAXIING.
A110-14 NO SIGNS ACCOMPANYING HOLD SHORT LINES ON INTERSECTING RWYS.
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. DE-ICE, TYPE 1 DE-ICE LIFTOFF P-88; TYPE 4 ANTI-ICE CLARIANT SAFEWING MP-LAUNCH.
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.
A110-33 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.
A110-5 QUIET HR 0630-1400Z WKDAYS; 0630-1600Z WKEND & HOLS, AMC ACFT EXEMPT.
A110-57 IFF SVC AVBL.
A110-58 C17/C130 OVERT LIGHTS AVBL ON RWY 16/34. C17/C130 COVERT LIGHTS AVBL ON RWY 16.
A110-59 NVD OPS ON RWY 16/34 & RWY 06/24 MON-FRI FROM 0400-1000Z++.
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.
A110-71 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 N2 & N5 PERM CLOSED.
A110-76 AFLD MGMT DOES NOT HAVE COMSEC STORAGE AVBL, FOR COMSEC STORAGE CTC COMMAND POST DSN 317-552-3000.
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 BLW 1200 FT MLS UNTIL DEP END OF RWY 06.
A110-80 PPR REQUIRED FOR ALL NON JBER ASSIGNED ACFT EXCEPT NON-EXPLOSIVE LADEN AMCC ACFT UNLESS CONDUCTING LCL TRNG.
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 FT BTN CABLES ON RWY 06/24, OUTSIDE OF FTR FLY WINDOWS THERE IS 7658 FT 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 SUBMIT VISITING UNIT REQUEST FORM FOR 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 RCR/RSC RWY 06/24 & 16/34 & FLD RCR CTC ATCT. RWY COND CODE & FICON NOT RPTD.
A110-93 EAST RAMP HOT SPOT 19 LTD; 20K LBS N.E.W. CAT 1.1, AND 10K LBS N.E.W. CAT 1.2. COMPENSATORY MEASURES REQ FOR 1.1 N.E.W. >5K LBS AND 1.2 N.E.W. >8.8K LBS. COORDINATE ACFT PARKING WITH 732 AMS AND AFLD MGR. FOR BLDG EVAC CTC 907-552-2577.
A110-94 WX OPR H24; DSN 317-552-4903/4397, C907-552-4903/4397. AUGMENTED SFC VIS RSTD E-SW BY BLDG.
A110-95 RWY 34 HAS A 500 FT DISPLACED THLD ALLOWING 7993 FT USABLE FOR TKFS (RWY 34 TKFS ONLY). ACFT REQG TO USE THE ADDITIONAL 500 FT FOR RWY 34 TKF MUST CTC ATC.
A110-96 RWY 16/34 RWY DIST REMAINING (RDR) SIGNS NOT LCTD IN CORRECT LCTN. AT RWY 16 - 2 RDR 2487 FT OF RWY REMAINING. AT RWY 16 -1 RDR 1487 FT OF RWY REMAINING.
A110-97 CAUTION: RWY 16/34, USE EXTREME CAUTION TO AVOID FALLING BLW GP TO RWY 34. DECREASED OBST CLNC ON APCH END OF RWY 34. SEVERAL TREES EXCEED 2.5 DEG, 40:1, OR PAPI CLNC PLANES, OR FALL ONLY 30 FT BLW STD FLT PATH OF LDG ACFT.
A110-99 ACFT WITH WINGSPANS OF 145 FT OR GREATER MAY EXPERIENCE REDUCED WINGTIP CLNC DOWN TO 25 FT WHEN FIGHTER ACFT ARE LCTD IN NORTHERNMOST ELBOW EOR SPOT. TWY N FM RWY 16/34 TO TWY R RSTRD TO FIGHTER ACFT ONLY WHEN ACFT ARE STAGED IN ELBOW EOR. TWY N FM RWY 16/34 TO TWY R UNUSABLE WHEN FIGHTER ACFT STAGED IN SOUTHERNMOST ELBOW EOR SPOT.
A26 ARFF FAA INDEX D/ CAT 8/10.
A43-06 PAPI UNUSBL BYD 8 DEGS EITHER SIDE OF CNTRLN.
A43-24 PAPI UNUSBL BYD 7 DEG RIGHT OF CNTRLN.
A49-06 APCH LGTS EXTD 15 FT ABV SFC UP TO 100 FT PRIOR TO THR.
E147 TPA: OVHD 1700 FT MSL, CONVENTIONAL 1200 FT MSL, HEL/LGT 800 FT MSL.
E60-06 BAK-12B (1770 FT) (7366 FT) (9420 FT)
E60-16 BAK-12B (1498 FT) (6004 FT)
E60-24 BAK-12B (8218 FT) (2622 FT) (568 FT)
E60-34 BAK-12B (1488 FT) (5994 FT)

Runways

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
Runway Pavement Class:  58 /R/B/W/T
Runway Edge Lights:  High Intensity

Runway 06

Runway 24

Elevation: 
174.5 201.3
Latitude: 
61-14-55.0800N 61-15-12.1600N
Longitude: 
149-50-39.3400W 149-47-18.0200W
Runway True Alignment: 
080 260
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-12B BAK-12B
Object at End: 
PLINE POLE
Distance from End: 
1000
Visual Glide Slope Indicators: 
4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway 4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway
Runway Visual Range (RVR): 
Touchdown Touchdown
Approach Light System: 
Standard 2,400 Foot High Intensity Approach Lighting System With Sequenced Flashers, Cat. I Config.
REIL: 
No No
Touchdown Lights: 
Yes No
Centerline Lights: 
Yes Yes
Threshold Crossing Height: 
77 63

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

Runway 16

Runway 34

Elevation: 
212.5 184.9
Latitude: 
61-15-43.4300N 61-14-29.6400N
Longitude: 
149-47-36.5200W 149-47-36.5700W
Runway True Alignment: 
180 360
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-12B BAK-12B
Object at End: 
TREES HILL PLINE TREE
Distance from End: 
1200 1000
Visual Glide Slope Indicators: 
4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway 4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway
REIL: 
Yes No
Touchdown Lights: 
No No
Centerline Lights: 
No No
Threshold Crossing Height: 
47 53

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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