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Kake Airport

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Kake Weather (°F)

PAFE (0.0 NM at True Heading of 158)
METAR: PAFE 031756Z AUTO 13004KT 9SM -RA BKN011 BKN014 OVC020 14/13 A2975 RMK AO2 RAB42 SLP087 P0001 60012 T01390133 10144 20122 56000 $
TAF: N/A

Location

Latitude: 
56-57-40.9050N (56.961363)
Longitude: 
133-54-36.9400W (-133.910261)
Elevation: 
171.5 feet MSL (52 m MSL)
Magnetic Variation: 
18.4 E (as of September 2021 from WMM2020 model)
Time Zone: 
UTC -9.0 (Standard Time)
UTC -8.0 (Daylight Savings Time)
From City: 
01 N.M. SE of Kake, Alaska
Found On: 
Juneau Chart
FAA Region: 
AAL

Contacts

Manager: 
Publicly owned: 
SCOTT GRAY
PO BOX 112506
JUNEAU, AK 99811-2506
(907) 465-4512
ALASKA DOT&PF SOUTHCOAST REGION
PO BOX 112506
JUNEAU, AK 99811-2506
(907) 465-4512

Operations

Airport Status: 
Operational
Facility Use: 
Public
Type: 
Airport
Activation Date: 
11/1986
Control tower: 
No
Attendance (Months/Days/Hours): 
Months/Days/Hours
Unattended
Boundary ARTCC: 
ZAN (Anchorage)
Responsible ARTCC: 
ZAN (Anchorage)
Lighting Schedule: 
SEE RMK
Segmented Circle Indicator: 
Yes
Traffic Pattern Altitude: 
1172 feet (357 m)
NOTAMs Facility: 
AFE
NOTAM-D Service: 
Yes
Military Landing Rights: 
Yes

Based Aircraft

Annual Operations (as of 12/31/2017)

Total Operations:  4600
Air Taxi:  4600 100.0%

Communications

CTAF:  122.900
AWOS-3P:  135.25 (907-785-3124)

  • COMMUNICATIONS PRVDD BY SITKA RADIO ON FREQ 121.3 (KUIU RCO).
  • APCH/DEP SVC PRVDD BY ANCHORAGE ARTCC ON FREQ 132.175 (GUNNUK MOUNTAIN)/PRIMARY OR 118.0 (LEVEL ISLAND RCAG)/SECONDARY.
   

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):  Sitka(SIT) Juneau (JNU)
Frequency: 
Toll Free Phone:  1-800-478-6300 1-866-297-2236

Instrument Procedures / Charts


FAA Terminal Procedures valid from 0901Z 08/12/21 to 0901Z 09/09/21.

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HOT - Hot Spots
IAP - Instrument Approach Procedure Charts
MIN - Minimums
STAR - Standard Terminal Arrival Charts
Page Type Page Name Volume Action Since
Last Cycle
IAP NDB/DME RWY 11 AK-1 Changed
IAP RNAV (GPS) RWY 11 AK-1 Changed
MIN ALTERNATE MINIMUMS AK-1
MIN TAKEOFF MINIMUMS AK-1
ODP KAKE THREE (OBSTACLE) AK-1
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Navigation Aids (Navaids) near PAFE

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
9.3 Saginaw Seaplane Base
(SGW A23)
241 223 100LL
33.0 Petersburg James A Johnson Airport
(PSG PAPG PSG)
106 88 100, Jet A
47.7 Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport
(SIT PASI SIT)
276 258 100, Jet A-1+
58.2 Wrangell Airport
(WRG PAWG WRG)
118 100 100LL, Jet A
86.3 Juneau International Airport
(JNU PAJN JNU)
345 326 100LL, Jet A-1+
87.5 Klawock Airport
(KLW PAKW AKW)
161 143 100LL, Jet A
92.5 Craig Seaplane Base
(CGA CGA)
163 145 100LL

Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS)

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Remarks

A110-1 ARPT CONDITION NOT MONITORED, ARPT MAINT ON IREG BASIS, RECOMMEND VISUAL INSPECTION PRIOR TO USING.
A110-10 UNLIT 191 FT TWR LCTD APRXLY 6300 FT N OF RWY 11 THLD.
A110-2 RCMD DALGT OPNS ONLY. HI TRRN N & E & S OF ARPT.
A110-4 BIRDS, BEAR AND DEER ON AND INVOF RY.
A110-5 PARACHUTE JUMPING ONTO ARPT RY; TWY & ACFT APRON PROHIBITED.
A110-7 SHALLOW DEPRESSIONS 4 IN DEEP 40 FT IN DIAM, 375 FT FM RY 29 N SIDE. SMALLER SHALLOW DEPRESSIONS FULL LENGTH & WIDTH OF RY. STANDING WATER AFT RAIN.
A110-8 ARPT CLOSED TO ACFT OVER 12,500 LBS GWT, EXCEPT PPR FROM ARPT SAFETY AND SECURITY, DOT AND PUBLIC FACILITIES, P.O. BOX 112506, JUNEAU, AK 99811-2506, PHONE 907-465-1786.
A110-9 WX CAMERA AVBL ON INTERNET AT HTTP://AVCAMS.FAA.GOV
A33-11/29 RY 29 PATCHES HAVE DETERIORATED; RESULTING IN LOOSE ROCKS THAT CAN DAMAGE PROPELLERS, ETC.
A58-11 BRUSH, 2 FT HIGH 100-160 FT FM RWY THLD, 230 FT R OF CNTRL.
A81-APT ACTVT MIRL RY 11/29; PAPI RY 11 AND REIL RY 11 - CTAF.

Runways

Runway Summary

Runways: 11/29
Longest Runway: 11/29 is 4000 ft (1219 m) long
Runways with an Instrument Approach:

PAFE Seaplane Base Runway Details

Waterway 11/29  4000 ft x 100 ft (1219 m x 30 m)
Runway Length Source:  STATE as of 11/30/2001
Surface:  Asphalt - Poor condition -
Runway Pavement Class: 
Runway Edge Lights:  Medium 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: 

Waterway 11

Runway 29

Elevation: 
150.0 171.5
Latitude: 
56-57-53.5400N 56-57-28.2700N
Longitude: 
133-55-04.6200W 133-54-09.2600W
True Magnetic Hdg.: 
130 310
ILS Type: 
Glide Path Angle: 
3.0 degrees 0.0 degrees
Traffic Pattern: 
Right
Runway Markings Type: 
Basic Basic
Runway Markings Condition:
Arresting Device: 
Object at End: 
BRUSH HILL
Object Height: 
5 23
Object Marked/Lighted?: 
Distance from End: 
200 0
Object Centerline Offset: 
230 ft. right of centerline 210 ft. right of centerline
Visual Glide Slope Indicators: 
4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway
Runway Visual Range (RVR): 
Approach Light System: 
REIL: 
Yes
Touchdown Lights: 
Centerline Lights: 
Threshold Crossing Height: 
41
Threshold Elevation: 
150.0
Displaced Threshold: 
1000
Threshold Latitude: 
56-57-34.5900N

Threshold Longitude: 

133-54-23.1000W
Declared Distances
Take Off Run Avbl. (TORA): 
Take Off Distance Avbl. (TODA): 
Actual Stop Dist. Avbl. (ASDA): 
Landing Dist. Avbl. (LDA): 

Services

Airframe Repair: 
None
Powerplant Repair: 
None
Bottled Oxygen: 
None
Bulk Oxygen: 
None
Fuel Available: 
100LL
Landing Fees: 
No
Parking: 
Tiedowns available
Other Services: 
7 miles from Craig Seaplane Base.
Based at Klawock Airport. Can arrange to deliver fuel to seaplane base in 5 gallon buckets.

Maps & Diagrams

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