St Pete-Clearwater International Airport

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St. Petersburg-Clearwater Weather (°F)

KPIE (0.3 NM at True Heading of 5)
METAR: KPIE 010753Z AUTO 02009KT 10SM CLR 19/18 A3017 RMK AO2 SLP215 T01890178
TAF: KPIE 010521Z 0106/0206 35006KT P6SM SCT015 FM010700 01007KT 6SM BR BKN015 TEMPO 0109/0112 BKN006 FM011400 04010KT P6SM SCT025 SCT050 FM020000 06011KT P6SM SCT250

Location

Latitude: 
27-54-31.0810N (27.908634)
Longitude: 
082-41-11.4360W (-82.68651)
Elevation: 
10.7 feet MSL (3 m MSL)
Magnetic Variation: 
5.8 W (as of December 2022 from WMM2020 model)
Time Zone: 
UTC -5.0 (Standard Time)
UTC -4.0 (Daylight Savings Time)
From City: 
08 N.M. N of St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida
Found On: 
Miami Chart
FAA Region: 
ASO

Contacts

Manager: 
Publicly owned: 
THOMAS JEWSBURY
ST PETE-CLEARWATER INTERNATIONAL
CLEARWATER, FL 33762
727-453-7800
COUNTY OF PINELLAS
ST. PETE-CLEARWATER INTERNATIONAL, TERMINAL BLVD. SUITE 221
CLEARWATER, FL 33762
727-453-7800

Operations

Airport Status: 
Operational
Facility Use: 
Public
Type: 
Airport
Activation Date: 
10/1942
Control tower: 
Yes
Attendance (Months/Days/Hours): 
Months/Days/Hours
ALL/ALL/ALL
Boundary ARTCC: 
ZMA (Miami)
Responsible ARTCC: 
ZMA (Miami)
Lighting Schedule: 
SEE RMK
Segmented Circle Indicator: 
No
Beacon Color: 
White-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Traffic Pattern Altitude (MSL): 
1011 feet (308 m)
NOTAMs Facility: 
PIE
NOTAM-D Service: 
Yes
International Airport of Entry: 
No
Customs Landing Rights: 
Yes
Military Landing Rights: 
Yes
Civil/Military Joint Use: 
No
Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting: 
Class I
ARFF Index: C
Air Carrier Service: Scheduled
Certification Date: 11/1974

Based Aircraft

Single Engine:  121
Multi Engine:  32
Jet Engine:  75
GA Helicopters:  3
Military Aircraft:  32

Annual Operations (as of 12/31/2021)

Total Operations:  131763
Commercial:  14647 11.1%
Air Taxi:  6959 5.3%
GA Local:  52771 40.0%
GA Itinerant:  46966 35.6%
Military Aircraft:  10420 7.9%

Communications

CTAF:  118.300
Unicom:  122.950
Tower:  ST. PETERSBURG-CLEARWATER
118.3
257.8

128.4
Hrs: 0600-2300
Clearance Del.:  120.6
350.2
Ground:  121.9
348.6
Approach:  TAMPA
Departure:  TAMPA
ATIS:  134.5
Hrs: 24
ASOS:  134.5 (727-531-3456)

       

    Fixed Based Operators (FBOs) & Fuel

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    Area Code: 727

    Business Name Frequency Phone Fuel Grade
    Image Aviation Services
      
    542-9164
    Jet Executive Center-Avitat
      
    530-3453 100LL, Jet A
    Signature Flight Support
       Website           Email
    Unicom 122.95, Arinc 130.375 +1 727 531 1441 100LL, Jet A
    TSA Helicopters
       Website           Email
    727-535-8210
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    Flight Service Stations

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

    Instrument Procedures / Charts


    FAA Terminal Procedures valid from 0901Z 12/01/22 to 0901Z 12/29/22.

    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 AIRPORT DIAGRAM SE-3
    DP BAYPO ONE (RNAV) SE-3
    DP BAYPO ONE (RNAV)[DELIMITER] CONT.1 SE-3
    DP ENDED ONE (RNAV) SE-3
    DP ENDED ONE (RNAV)[DELIMITER] CONT.1 SE-3
    DP MAEKO ONE (RNAV) SE-3
    DP MAEKO ONE (RNAV)[DELIMITER] CONT.1 SE-3
    DP ST PETE NINE SE-3
    HOT HOT SPOT SE-3
    IAP ILS OR LOC RWY 18 SE-3
    IAP ILS OR LOC RWY 36 SE-3
    IAP ILS RWY 18 (SA CAT I - II) SE-3
    IAP NORTH BAY VISUAL RWY 18 SE-3
    IAP RNAV (GPS) RWY 18 SE-3
    IAP RNAV (GPS) RWY 36 SE-3
    IAP VOR RWY 04 SE-3
    IAP VOR RWY 36 SE-3
    IAP VOR-B SE-3
    LAH LAHSO SE-3
    MIN ALTERNATE MINIMUMS SE-3
    MIN TAKEOFF MINIMUMS SE-3
    STAR BANGZ ONE (RNAV) SE-3
    STAR BANGZ ONE (RNAV)[DELIMITER] CONT.1 SE-3
    STAR BLFRG TWO (RNAV) SE-3
    STAR BLFRG TWO (RNAV)[DELIMITER] CONT.1 SE-3
    STAR BRDGE NINE SE-3
    STAR DADES ONE (RNAV) SE-3
    STAR DADES ONE (RNAV)[DELIMITER] CONT.1 SE-3
    STAR DARBS THREE SE-3
    STAR LZARD SIX SE-3
    STAR RAYZZ TWO (RNAV) SE-3
    STAR RAYZZ TWO (RNAV)[DELIMITER] CONT.1 SE-3
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    Navigation Aids (Navaids) near PIE

    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
    5.6 Clearwater Air Park Airport
    (CLW KCLW CLW)
    316 322 100LL, Jet A
    9.1 Tampa International Airport
    (TPA KTPA TPA)
    63 69 100LL, Jet A
    9.2 Albert Whitted Airport
    (SPG KSPG SPG)
    159 165 100LL, Jet A, Jet A-1
    12.6 Peter O Knight Airport
    (TPF KTPF TPF)
    88 94 100LL, Jet A
    18.2 Manatee Airport
    (48X)
    150 156 100LL
    19.2 Tampa Exec Airport
    (KVDF VDF)
    70 76 100LL, Jet A
    25.0 Tampa North Aero Park Airport
    (X39)
    41 47 100LL, JP-8+100
    27.2 Pilot Country Airport
    (X05)
    21 27 100LL
    28.3 Plant City Airport
    (KPCM PCM)
    78 84 100LL, Jet A
    31.6 Sarasota/Bradenton International Airport
    (SRQ KSRQ SRQ)
    167 173 100LL, Jet A, Jet A+
    34.0 Zephyrhills Municipal Airport
    (ZPH KZPH ZPH)
    55 61 100LL, Jet A, Jet A+
    35.7 Lakeland Linder International Airport
    (LAL KLAL LAL)
    82 88 100LL, Jet A
    36.0 Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport
    (KBKV BKV)
    19 25 100LL, Jet A
    47.9 Bartow Exec Airport
    (BOW KBOW BOW)
    87 93 100LL, Jet A
    48.9 Wauchula Municipal Airport
    (KCHN CHN)
    118 124 100LL
    49.8 Jack Browns Seaplane Base
    (F57)
    79 85 100LL
    50.3 Winter Haven Regional Airport
    (GIF KGIF GIF)
    79 85 100LL, Jet A, MOGAS
    51.9 Venice Municipal Airport
    (VNC KVNC VNC)
    165 171 100LL, Jet A
    56.5 Lake Wales Municipal Airport
    (X07)
    90 97 100LL, Jet A
    57.1 Inverness Airport
    (KINF INF)
    19 25 100LL, Jet A+

    Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS)

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    Remarks

    A110-10 BANNER TOWING NA.
    A110-11 BIRDS ON & INVOF ARPT.
    A110-12 FOR CD IF UNA TO CTC ON FSS FREQ, CTC TAMPA APCH AT 813-878-2528.
    A110-2 NOISE SENSITIVE AREA 5 MI N EXTDG 1 MI E & W OF LOC SB TO SHORELINE.
    A110-3 MILITARY: CONTRACT AVOIL O-128 AVBL.
    A110-4 TBJT LNDG RWY 18 & DEP RWY 36 USE PUBLD NOISE ABATEMENT PROC.
    A110-8 LGTS ON HWY N OF ARPT MAY BE MISTAKEN FOR RWY LGTS.
    A57-22 APCH RATIO 34:1 TO THR.
    A57-36 APCH RATIO 50:1 TO DTHR.
    A58-36 6 FT FENCE 200 FT BFR AER 483 FT R OF CNTRLN.
    A81-APT WHEN ATCT CLSD ACTVT MALSR RWY 18; TDZ RWY 18; CNTLN RWY 18/36; MIRL RWY 04/22; HIRL RWY 18/36; TWY LGTS - CTAF.
    E80 US CUSTOMS USER FEE ARPT.

    Runways

    Runway Summary

    Runways: 04/22
    18/36
    Longest Runway: 18/36 is 9730 ft (2966 m) long
    Runways with an Instrument Approach: 18, 36

    PIE Airport Runway Details

    Runway 04/22  6000 ft x 150 ft (1829 m x 46 m)
    Runway Length Source:  3RD PARTY SURVEY as of 06/19/2020
    Surface:  Asphalt - Fair condition - Saw-cut or plastic grooved
    Runway Pavement Class:  44 /F/A/W/T
    Runway Edge Lights:  Medium Intensity

    Runway Weight Bearing Capacity (in thousands of pounds) 
    Single Wheel Landing Gear:  80.0
    Dual Wheel Landing Gear:  130.0
    Dual Tandem Wheel Landing Gear:  235.0

    Runway 04

    Runway 22

    Elevation: 
    10.7 5.1
    Latitude: 
    27-53-59.1642N 27-54-44.8565N
    Longitude: 
    082-41-21.6028W 082-40-38.8614W
    Runway True Alignment: 
    040 220
    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
    Object at End: 
    TREES ROAD
    Object Height: 
    32 8
    Distance from End: 
    1135 270
    Object Centerline Offset: 
    10 ft. left of centerline 250 ft. left of centerline
    Visual Glide Slope Indicators: 
    4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway 4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway
    REIL: 
    Yes Yes
    Threshold Crossing Height: 
    57 45
    Declared Distances
    Take Off Run Avbl. (TORA): 
    6000 6000
    Take Off Distance Avbl. (TODA): 
    6000 6000
    Actual Stop Dist. Avbl. (ASDA): 
    6000 6000
    Landing Dist. Avbl. (LDA): 
    6000 6000

    Runway 18/36  9730 ft x 150 ft (2966 m x 46 m)
    Runway Length Source:  3RD PARTY SURVEY as of 06/19/2020
    Surface:  Asphalt - Fair condition - Saw-cut or plastic grooved
    Runway Pavement Class:  74 /F/A/W/T
    Runway Edge Lights:  High Intensity

    Runway Weight Bearing Capacity (in thousands of pounds) 
    Single Wheel Landing Gear:  75.0
    Dual Wheel Landing Gear:  195.0
    Dual Tandem Wheel Landing Gear:  320.0
    Dual Dual Tandem Wheel Landing Gear:  700.0

    Runway 18

    Runway 36

    Elevation: 
    6.6 9.8
    Latitude: 
    27-55-24.2937N 27-53-49.0536N
    Longitude: 
    082-41-26.5381W 082-41-10.1518W
    Runway True Alignment: 
    171 351
    ILS Type: 
    ILS ILS/DME
    Glide Path Angle: 
    3.0 degrees 3.0 degrees
    Traffic Pattern: 
    Left Left
    Runway Markings Type: 
    Precision Instrument Precision Instrument
    Runway Markings Condition:
    Fair Fair
    Object at End: 
    BRUSH TREE
    Object Height: 
    9 30
    Distance from End: 
    665 450
    Object Centerline Offset: 
    10 ft. left of centerline 250 ft. left of centerline
    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, Midfield, Rollout Touchdown, Midfield, Rollout
    Approach Light System: 
    1,400 Foot Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System With Runway Alignment Indicator Lights
    REIL: 
    No No
    Touchdown Lights: 
    Yes No
    Centerline Lights: 
    Yes Yes
    Threshold Crossing Height: 
    68 76
    Threshold Elevation: 
    9.8
    Displaced Threshold: 
    930
    Threshold Latitude: 
    27-53-58.1598N

    Threshold Longitude: 

    082-41-11.7182W
    Declared Distances
    Take Off Run Avbl. (TORA): 
    9730 9730
    Take Off Distance Avbl. (TODA): 
    9730 9730
    Actual Stop Dist. Avbl. (ASDA): 
    9180 9650
    Landing Dist. Avbl. (LDA): 
    9180 8720

    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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