St Paul Island Airport

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St. Paul Island Weather (°F)

PASN (0.7 NM at True Heading of 181)
METAR: PASN 031104Z AUTO 16019KT 5SM BR SCT005 OVC037 06/05 A2985 RMK AO2 T00560050 TSNO $
TAF: PASN 030538Z 0306/0406 15015KT P6SM -SHRA OVC009 FM031500 15025G35KT 2SM -RA BR SCT003 OVC007

Location

Latitude: 
57-09-58.7000N (57.166306)
Longitude: 
170-13-21.2000W (-170.222556)
Elevation: 
66.4 feet MSL (20 m MSL)
Magnetic Variation: 
6.4 E (as of December 2022 from WMM2020 model)
Time Zone: 
UTC -10.0 (Standard Time)
UTC -9.0 (Daylight Savings Time)
From City: 
03 N.M. NE of St. Paul Island, Alaska
Found On: 
Dutch Harbor Chart
FAA Region: 
AAL

Contacts

Manager: 
Publicly owned: 
DALE RUCKMAN
PO BOX 920525
DUTCH HARBOR, AK 99692
(907) 581-1786
ALASKA DOT&PF SOUTHCOAST REGION
PO BOX 112506
JUNEAU, AK 99811-2506
(907) 465-1779

Operations

Airport Status: 
Operational
Facility Use: 
Public
Type: 
Airport
Control tower: 
No
Attendance (Months/Days/Hours): 
Months/Days/Hours
Unattended
Boundary ARTCC: 
ZAN (Anchorage)
Responsible ARTCC: 
ZAP (Anchorage Oceanic)
Lighting Schedule: 
SEE RMK
Segmented Circle Indicator: 
Yes
Beacon Color: 
White-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Traffic Pattern Altitude (MSL): 
1066 feet (325 m)
NOTAMs Facility: 
SNP
NOTAM-D Service: 
Yes
International Airport of Entry: 
No
Customs Landing Rights: 
No
Military Landing Rights: 
Yes
Civil/Military Joint Use: 
No

Based Aircraft

Annual Operations (as of 12/31/2018)

Total Operations:  410
Air Taxi:  260 63.4%
GA Itinerant:  50 12.2%
Military Aircraft:  100 24.4%

Communications

CTAF:  122.300
ASOS:  135.75 (907-546-2324)

  • APCH/DEP SVC PRVDD BY ANCHORAGE ARTCC ON FREQS 119.1/339.8 (SAINT PAUL ISLAND RCAG).
   

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 12/01/22 to 0901Z 12/29/22.

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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
IAP ILS OR LOC RWY 36 AK-1
IAP LOC/DME BC RWY 18 AK-1
IAP RNAV (GPS) RWY 18 AK-1
IAP RNAV (GPS) RWY 36 AK-1
MIN ALTERNATE MINIMUMS AK-1
MIN TAKEOFF MINIMUMS AK-1
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Navigation Aids (Navaids) near SNP

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

Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS)

NOTAMs

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Remarks

A110-10 3 WIND TURBINES APPROX 100 FT TALL 1/4 MILE SOUTHWEST OF RWY 36 APPROACH END.
A110-12 PILOTS ARE REQUESTED TO AVOID FLIGHTS BLW 1000 FT AGL FROM MAY 14 THROUGH SEP 14 IN THOSE AREAS OF ST. PAUL ISLAND WITH ACTIVE BIRD POPULATIONS, AND FLTS BLW 1000 FT AGL FROM SEP 14 THROUGH DEC 14 IN THOSE AREAS OF ST. PAUL ISLAND WITH COASTAL SEAL ROOKERIES.
A110-13 NWS WEATHER BALLOON LAUNCH FACILITY LOCATED ON AIRPORT, SEE INSIDE BACK COVER FOR OPERATION DETAILS.
A110-2 625 FT LIGHTED TOWER ONE MILE SW.
A110-3 45 FT TWR 350 FT WEST & 1000 FT NORTH THLD RWY 36 LGTD.
A110-9 WX CAMERA AVBL ON INTERNET AT HTTPS://WEATHERCAMS.FAA.GOV
A16 OR 907-546-5000.
A31-18/36 1000 FT SAFETY AREA ON N AND S END.
A58-18 15 FT ROAD, 0 TO 200 FT FROM RWY END BOTH SIDES OF CNTRLN.
A81-APT ACTVT MALSF RWY 18 & 36; PAPI RWY 18 & 36; HIRL RWY 18/36- CTAF.

Runways

Runway Summary

Runways: 18/36
Longest Runway: 18/36 is 6500 ft (1981 m) long
Runways with an Instrument Approach: 18, 36

SNP Airport Runway Details

Runway 18/36  6500 ft x 150 ft (1981 m x 46 m)
Runway Length Source:  3RD PARTY SURVEY as of 06/14/2012
Surface:  Asphalt - Good condition - Saw-cut or plastic grooved
Runway Edge Lights:  High Intensity

Runway 18

Runway 36

Elevation: 
66.2 39.5
Latitude: 
57-10-30.2244N 57-09-27.0860N
Longitude: 
170-13-11.3168W 170-13-31.0697W
Runway True Alignment: 
190 010
ILS Type: 
MLS ILS
Glide Path Angle: 
3.0 degrees 3.0 degrees
Traffic Pattern: 
Left Right
Runway Markings Type: 
Precision Instrument Precision Instrument
Runway Markings Condition:
Good Good
Object at End: 
ROAD FENCE
Object Height: 
15 8
Distance from End: 
200 460
Object Centerline Offset: 
0 ft. left and right of centerline 520 ft. right of centerline
Visual Glide Slope Indicators: 
4-Light PAPI On Right Side Of Runway 4-Light PAPI On Left Side Of Runway
Approach Light System: 
1,400 Foot Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System With Sequenced Flashers 1,400 Foot Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System With Sequenced Flashers
Threshold Crossing Height: 
46 52

Services

Airframe Repair: 
None
Powerplant Repair: 
None
Bottled Oxygen: 
None
Bulk Oxygen: 
None
Fuel Available: 
Jet A
Landing Fees: 
No
Other Services: 
Cargo Handling Services

Maps & Diagrams

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