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Kindle-DX Index; by Apt ID 



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00R 


=> 


12 9 


67R 


=> 


157 


CRP 


=> 


60 


HYI 


=> 


165 


06R 


=> 


41 


68F 


=> 


175 


CRS 


=> 


63 


I AH 


=> 


106 


07F 


=> 


93 


72F 


=> 


176 


CVB 


=> 


53 


IKG 


=> 


118 


07R 


=> 


43 


73F 


=> 


182 


CWC 


=> 


185 


ILE 


=> 


118 


09R 


=> 


190 


74R 


=> 


162 


CXO 


=> 


109 


INJ 


=> 


101 


10F 


=> 


94 


7 6F 


=> 


189 


CZT 


=> 


52 


INK 


=> 


189 


11R 


=> 


46 


7 6T 


=> 


69 


DAL 


=> 


69 


IWS 


=> 


111 


12T 


=> 


80 


77F 


=> 


190 


DFW 


=> 


67 


JAS 


=> 


115 


14F 


=> 


98 


77T 


=> 


127 


DHT 


=> 


65 


JCT 


=> 


116 


15F 


=> 


99 


78R 


=> 


164 


DKR 


=> 


63 


JDD 


=> 


139 


16X 


=> 


116 


8 ID 


=> 


32 


DLF 


=> 


126 


JSO 


=> 


114 


2 OR 


=> 


64 


81R 


=> 


165 


DRT 


=> 


71 


JWY 


=> 


139 


2 IF 


=> 


114 


84R 


=> 


169 


DTO 


=> 


71 


JXI 


=> 


92 


22F 


=> 


115 


88R 


=> 


170 


DUX 


=> 


74 


LBB 


=> 


131 


23R 


=> 


72 


94R 


=> 


184 


DWH 


=> 


104 


LBR 


=> 


55 


24F 


=> 


115 


9X9 


=> 


117 


DYS 


=> 


75 


LBX 


=> 


33 


24R 


=> 


73 


ABI 


=> 


27 


E52 


=> 


179 


LFK 


=> 


132 


2 6R 


=> 


77 


ACT 


=> 


182 


EBG 


=> 


77 


LHB 


=> 


99 


27R 


=> 


77 


ADS 


=> 


65 


ECU 


=> 


159 


LIU 


=> 


128 


2 9F 


=> 


120 


AFW 


=> 


84 


EDC 


=> 


36 


LLN 


=> 


127 


2KL 


=> 


173 


ALI 


=> 


28 


EFD 


=> 


105 


LNC 


=> 


123 


3 OF 


=> 


122 


AMA 


=> 


30 


ELA 


=> 


76 


LRD 


=> 


125 


33R 


=> 


96 


APY 


=> 


191 


ELP 


=> 


78 


LUD 


=> 


70 


34R 


=> 


97 


AQO 


=> 


129 


ERV 


=> 


117 


LVJ 


=> 


109 


37F 


=> 


142 


ARM 


=> 


184 


ETN 


=> 


76 


LXY 


=> 


137 


37X 


=> 


182 


ASL 


=> 


134 


EYQ 


=> 


110 


LZZ 


=> 


123 


39R 


=> 


106 


ATA 


=> 


35 


FST 


=> 


83 


MAF 


=> 


138 


4 IF 


=> 


80 


AUS 


=> 


36 


FTW 


=> 


85 


MDD 


=> 


138 


45R 


=> 


120 


AXH 


=> 


109 


FWS 


=> 


85 


MFE 


=> 


135 


49F 


=> 


157 


BAZ 


=> 


144 


GDJ 


=> 


95 


MKN 


=> 


59 


49R 


=> 


127 


BBD 


=> 


45 


GGG 


=> 


130 


MNZ 


=> 


97 


49T 


=> 


66 


BEA 


=> 


40 


GKY 


=> 


34 


MRF 


=> 


133 


4T7 


=> 


100 


BFE 


=> 


47 


GLE 


=> 


89 


MWL 


=> 


140 


5 OF 


=> 


83 


BGD 


=> 


44 


GLS 


=> 


90 


NFW 


=> 


87 


5 OR 


=> 


129 


BIF 


=> 


41 


GNC 


=> 


166 


NGP 


=> 


61 


51R 


=> 


132 


BKD 


=> 


45 


GOP 


=> 


91 


NOG 


=> 


146 


52F 


=> 


158 


BKS 


=> 


80 


GPM 


=> 


95 


NQI 


=> 


119 


54F 


=> 


158 


BMQ 


=> 


49 


GRK 


=> 


82 


OCH 


=> 


143 


54T 


=> 


39 


BMT 


=> 


39 


GTU 


=> 


91 


ODO 


=> 


145 


54X 


=> 


181 


BPG 


=> 


42 


GVT 


=> 


96 


ONY 


=> 


145 


55T 


=> 


59 


BPT 


=> 


40 


GYB 


=> 


92 


ORG 


=> 


146 


56F 


=> 


160 


BRO 


=> 


48 


GYI 


=> 


167 


OSA 


=> 


141 


58F 


=> 


165 


BWD 


=> 


48 


HBV 


=> 


99 


OZA 


=> 


147 


58T 


=> 


70 


BYY 


=> 


38 


HDO 


=> 


102 


PEQ 


=> 


150 


5F1 


=> 


154 


CDS 


=> 


54 


HHF 


=> 


51 


PEZ 


=> 


152 


6 OF 


=> 


166 


CFD 


=> 


49 


HLR 


=> 


102 


PIL 


=> 


153 


6 OR 


=> 


143 


CLL 


=> 


57 


HOU 


=> 


112 


PKV 


=> 


153 


61R 


=> 


144 


CNW 


=> 


181 


HPY 


=> 


38 


PPA 


=> 


148 


63F 


=> 


171 


COM 


=> 


57 


HQZ 


=> 


137 


PRX 


=> 


149 


64F 


=> 


172 


COT 


=> 


63 


HRL 


=> 


98 


PSN 


=> 


148 


66R 


=> 


58 


CPT 


=> 


55 


HRX 


=> 


100 


PSX 


=> 


147 



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PVW 


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152 


PWG 


=> 


181 


PYX 


=> 


151 


RAS 


=> 


152 


RBD 


=> 


66 


RBO 


=> 


158 


RCK 


=> 


158 


RFG 


=> 


157 


RFI 


=> 


100 


RKP 


=> 


159 


RND 


=> 


156 


RPH 


=> 


94 


RWV 


=> 


50 


RYW 


=> 


122 


SAT 


=> 


163 


SEP 


=> 


171 


SGR 


=> 


110 


SJT 


=> 


161 


SKF 


=> 


121 


SLR 


=> 


173 


SNK 


=> 


169 


SOA 


=> 


170 


SPS 


=> 


186 


SSF 


=> 


164 


SWI 


=> 


167 


SWW 


=> 


174 


TDW 


=> 


31 


TFP 


=> 


113 


TKI 


=> 


66 


TME 


=> 


109 


TPL 


=> 


175 


TRL 


=> 


176 


TYR 


=> 


178 


UTS 


=> 


113 


UVA 


=> 


178 


VCT 


=> 


180 


VHN 


=> 


179 


WEA 


=> 


183 


XBP 


=> 


46 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

This Airport/Facility Directory is a Civil Flight Information Publication published and distributed every eight weeks by the 
National Aeronautical Charting Office, FAA, Department of Transportation, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910. It is designed for 
use with Aeronautical Charts covering the conterminous United States, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. 

This directory contains all open to the public airports, seaplane bases and heliports, military facilities, and selected private 
use facilities specifically requested by the Department of Defense (DoD) for which a DoD Instrument Approach Procedure has 
been published in the U.S. Terminal Procedures Publication. Additionally, this directory contains communications data, 
navigational facilities and certain special notices and procedures. 

Military data contained within this publication is provided by the National Geospatial-lntelligence Agency and is intended to 
provide reference data for military and/or joint civil/military airports. Not all military data contained in this publication is 
applicable to civil users. 

CORRECTIONS, COMMENTS, AND/OR PROCUREMENT 

CRITICAL information such as equipment malfunction, abnormal field conditions, hazards to flight, etc., should be reported as 
soon as possible to the nearest FAA facility, either in person or by reverse charge telephone call. 

FDR AIRPORT SUPPLEMENT REVISIONS FORM VISIT WEB SITE: http://nfdc.faa.gov/portal/alrpartchanges.da 

FAA, Aeronautical Information Services, ATO-R, Rm. 626 

800 Independence Ave., SW 

Washington, DC 20591 

Telephone 1-866-295-8236 

Fax 202-267-5322 

Email 9-AT0R-HQ-AIS-AIRP0RTCHANGES@FAA.GOV 

NOTICE: Changes must be received by the Aeronautical Information Services as soon as possible but not later than the 
"cut-off" dates listed below to assure publication on the desired effective date. 



Effective Date 

17 Dec 09 

11 Feb 10 

8 Apr 10 

3 Inn 10 
29 Jul 10 
23 Sep 10 



Airport Information 
Cut-off date 
4 Nov 09 
30 Dec 09 
24 Feb 10 
21 Apr 10 
IS Jim 11) 
11 Aug 10 



Airspace Information* 

Cut-off date 

15 Oct 09 

10 Dec 09 

4 Feb 10 

1 Apr 10 

27 May 10 

22 Jul 10 



* Including changes to preferred routes and graphic depictions on charts. 

FOR CHARTING ERRORS CONTACT: 

FAA, National Aeronautical Charting Office, ATO-W 

SSMC-4 Sta. #2335 

1305 East West Highway 

Silver Spring, MD 20910-3281 

Telephone 1-800-626-3677 

Email 9-AMC-Aerochart@faa.gov 

Frequently asked questions (FAQs) are answered on our web site at www.naco.faa.gov. 
See the FAQs prior to contact via toll free number. 

FOR PROCUREMENT CONTACT: 

FAA, National Aeronautical Charting Office 

Distribution Division, ATO-W 

10201 Good Luck Road 

Glenn Dale, MD 20769-9700 

Online at www.naco.faa.gov 

Email 9-AMC-Chartsales@faa.gov 

Telephone 1-800-638-8972 

Fax 301-436-6829 

or any authorized FAA Chart Agent 

New or Changed Information — To alert users of new information or changes to information from the previous issue, a vertical 
line will be portrayed in the outside margin and extending the full length of the new and/or revised data. This will not apply to 
the front cover or the airport/facility directory listing. 

This Airport/Facility Directory comprises part of the following sections of the United States Aeronautical Information 
Publication (AIP): GEN, ENR and AD. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

General Information Inside Front Cover 

Abbreviations 2 

Directory Legend 4 

Airport/Facility Directory 

Arkansas 22 

Louisiana 68 

Mississippi 104 

Oklahoma 138 

Texas 198 

City/Military Airport Cross Reference 361 

Seaplane Landing Areas 362 

Special Notices 363 

Regulatory Notices 374 

FAA and National Weather Service 

Telephone Numbers 375 

Key to Aviation Weather Reports 376 

AirTraffic Facilities Telephone Numbers 378 

Air Route Traffic Control Centers 380 

Flight Service Station Communication Frequencies 382 

Flight Standards District Offices 384 

Routes/Way points 

Low Altitude Directional Routes 385 

High Altitude Preferred Routes 386 

High Altitude Directional Routes 390 

Q-Routes 391 

RNAV Routing Pitch and Catch Points 394 

VFR Waypoints 405 

VOR Receiver Check 414 

Parachute Jumping Areas 419 

Aeronautical Chart Bulletins 422 

Supplemental Communication Reference 435 

Airport Diagrams 442 

National Weather Service (NWS) Upper Air Observing Stations 544 

En route Flight Advisory Service (EFAS) Inside Back Cover 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

ABBREVIATIONS 



The follow 
be found i 
variations 
AAF 

AB 
abv 

ACC 

acft 

ADCC 

AER 

AFB 

AFHP 

at Id 

AFOD 

AFRC 

AFSS 

AG 

A-GEAR 

AGL 

AHP 

ALS 

alt 

AMC 

ANGS 

apch 

A p r 

APLI 

ARB 

arpt 

ARS 

AS 

ASDE-X 

ASU 

ATC 

Aug 

AUW 

avbl 

ben 

bio 



ng abbreviations/acronyms are those commonly used within 
n the Legend and are not duplicated below. The abbreviations 
of the basic form. (Example-"req" may mean "request", "re 

Army Air Field byd 

Airbase C 

above CGAF 

Air Combat Command; Area Control CGAS 

Center CIV 

aircraft clsd 

Air Defense Control Center comd 

approach end rwy CONUS 

Air Force Base CSTMS 

Air Force Heliport etc 

airfield ctl 

US Army Flight Operations Detachment dalgt 

Armed Forces Reserve Center/Air Force Dec 

Reserve Command DIAP 

Automated Flight Service Station DoD 

Agriculture DSN 

Arresting Gear dsplcd 

above ground level durn 

Army heliport eff 

Approach Light System emerg 

altitude EOR 

Air Mobility Command ETA 

Air National Guard Station ETD 

approach exc 

April extd 

Auxiliary Power Unit FBO 

Air Reserve Base Feb 

airport fid 

Air Reserve Station FLIP 

Air Station fit 

Airport Surface Detection Equipment — flw 

Model X Fri 

Aircraft Starting Unit FSS 

Air Traffic Control GA 

August GCA 

All Up Weight (gross weight) GS 

available haz 

beacon HQ 
below 



this Directory. Other abbreviations/acronyms may 
presented are intended to represent grammatical 
uesting", "requested", or "requests"). 

beyond 

Commercial Circuit (Telephone) 

Coast Guard Air Facility 

Coast Guard Air Station 

Civil 

closed 

command 

Continental United States 

Customs 

contact 

control 

daylight 

December 

DoD Instrument Approach Procedure 

Department of Defense 

Defense Switching Network (Telephone) 

displaced 

duration 

effective 

emergency 

End of Runway 

Estimated Time of Arrival 

Estimated Time of Departure 

except 

extend 

fixed-base operator 

February 

field 

Flight Information Publication 

flight 

follow 

Friday 

Flight Service Station 

glide angle 

Ground Controlled Approach 

glide slope 

hazard 

Headquarters 



CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



GENERAL INFORMATION 





CONTINUED FROM PRECEDING PAGE 


hr 


hour 


npi 


LAP 


Instrument Approach Procedure 


NS ABTMT 


ICAO 


International Civil Aviation Organization 


NSTD 


IFR 


Instrument Flight Rules 


ntc 


LS 


Instrument Landing System 


obsn 


IM 


Inner Marker 


Oct 


IMG 


Immigration 


OLF 


her 


increase 


opr 


indef 


indefinite 


ops 


ints 


intensity 


OTS 


invof 


in the vicinity of 


ovrn 


IMC 


Instrument Meteorological Conditions 


PAEW 


Jan 


January 


pat 


JASU 


Jet Aircraft Starting Unit 


p-line 


JOAP 


Joint Oil Analysis Program 


PMSV 


JOSAC 


Joint Operational Support Airlift Center 


POL 


JRB 


Joint Reserve Base 


PPR 


Jul 


July 


PRM 


J Lin 


June 


PTD 


Kt 


Knots 


RAMCC 


LAA 


Local Airport Advisory 


req 


LAHSO 


Land and Hold Short Operations 


rgt tf c 


lbs 


pounds 


RON 


lag 


landing 


rqr 


Igtd 


lighted 


rstd 


Igts 


lights 


RSRS 


LMM 


Compass locator at Middle Marker ILS 


rwy 


LOC 


Localizer 


Sat 


LOM 


Compass locator at Outer Marker ILS 


SELF 


ltd 


limited 


Sep 


MACC 


Military Area Control Center 


SFA 


Mar 


March 


sfc 


MCAF 


Marine Corps Air Facility 


SFRA 


MCALF 


Marine Corps Auxiliary Landing Field 


SOAP 


MCAS 


Marine Corps Air Station 


SOF 


MCB 


Marine Corps Base 


SPB 


(Tied 


medium 


SR 


METRO 


Pilot-to-Metro voice call 


SS 


Mil 


military 


stel 


min 


minute 


Sun 


MLS 


Microwave Landing System 


SVC 


M M 


Middle Marker of ILS 


tfc 


M o n 


Monday 


th Id 


MP 


Maintenance Period 


Thu 


MSL 


mean sea level 


tkf 


MSAW 


minimum safe altitude warning 


tmpry 


NAAS 


Naval Auxiliary Air Station 


t ra n 


NADC 


Naval Air Development Center 


Tue 


NADEP 


Naval Air Depot 


twr 


NAEC 


Naval Air Engineering Center 


tvvy 


NAES 


Naval Air Engineering Station 


UC 


NAF 


Naval Air Facility 


USA 


NALCO 


Naval Air Logistics Control Office 


USAF 


NALO 


Navy Air Logistics Office 


USCG 


NALF 


Naval Auxiliary Landing Field 


USN 


NAS 


Naval Air Station 


V 


NAWC 


Naval Air Warfare Center 




NAWS 


Naval Air Weapons Station 


VFR 


ngt 


night 


VIP 


NOLF 


Naval Outlying Field 


VMC 


Nov 


November 


Wed 



non precision instrument 

Noise Abatement 

nonstandard 

notice 

observation 

October 

Outlying Field 

operate, operator, operational 

operations 

out of service 

overrun 

personnel and equipment working 

pattern 

power line 

Pilot-to-Metro Service 

Petrol, Oils and Lubricants 

prior permission required 

Precision Runway Monitoring 

Pilot to Dispatcher 

Regional Air Movement Control Center 

request 

right traffic 

Remain Overnight 

require 

restricted 

reduced same runway separation 

runway 

Saturday 

Strategic Expeditionary Landing Field 

September 

Single Frequency Approach 

surface 

Special Flight Rules Area 

Spectrometric Oil Analysis Program 

Supervisor of Flying 

Seaplane Base 

sunrise 

sunset 

standard 

Sunday 

service 

traffic 

threshold 

Thursday 

take-off 

temporary 

transient 

Tuesday 

tower 

taxiway 

Under Construction 

United States Army 

United States Air Force 

United States Coast Guard 

United States Navy 

Defense Switching Network (telephone, 

formerly AUTOVON) 

Visual Flight Rules 

Very Important Person 

Visual Meteorological Conditions 

Wednesday 

weather 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



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RWY 18-36: H12004X200 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) 

S-90, D-160, DT-300 PCN 80 R/B/W/T HIRL CL 

RWY IB: LDIN. MALSF. TDZL. REIL. PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 36' 
Thld dsplcd 300'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 0.3% up. 

RWY 36: ALSF1. 0.4% down. 

RWY 09-27: H6000X150 (ASPH) MIRL 
RWY 173-353: H3515X150 (ASPH-PFC) AUW PCN 59 F/A/W/T 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDIN6 HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVBL 

RWY 18 09-27 6500 

RWY 36 09-27 5400 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 18: TORA-12004 TODA-12704 

RWY 36: TORA-12004 TODA-12004 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 18 -> HOOK E5 (65' OVRN) BAK-14 BAK-12B (1650') 

BAK-14 BAK-12 (B) (1087') HOOK E5 (74' OVRN) (- RWY 36 
MILITARY SERVICE: A-GEAR E-5 connected on dep end, disconnected on 

apch end. JASU 3(AM32A-60) 2(A/M32A-86) 



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AIRPORT REMARKS: Special Air Traffic Rules — Part 93, see Regulatory Notices. Attended 1200-0300Z:t. Parachute 

Jumping. Deer invof arpt. Heavy jumbo jet training surface to 9000'. Twy A clsd indef. Flight Notification Service 

(ADCUS) avbl. 
MILITARY REMARKS: ANG PPR/Official Business Only. Base OPS DSN 638-4390, C503-335-4222. Ctc Base OPS 15 

minutes prior to Idg and after dep. Limited tran parking. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-l 120.3 (202) 426-8000. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 127.25 273.5 (202) 426-8003 UNICOM 122.95 PTD 372.2 

NAME FSS (ORL) on arpt. 123.65 122.65 122.2 

NAME RCO 112. 2T 112. 1R (NAME RADIO) 
I) NAME APP/DEP CON 128.35 257.725 (1200-0400Z:t) 

TOWER 119.65 255.6 (1200-0400Z:t) GND CON 121.7 GCO 135.075 (ORLANDO CLNC) CLNC DEL 125.55 

NAME COMD POST (GERONIMO) 311.0 321.4 6761 PMSV METRO 239.8 NAME OPS 257.5 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORL. VHF/DF ctc FSS. 

(H)VORTAC 112.2 MCO Chan 59 N28°32.55' W81°20.12' at fid. 1110/8E. 

(H)TACAN Chan 29 CBU (109.2) N28°32.65' W81°21.12' at fid. 1115/8E. 

HERNY NDB (LOM) 221 OR N28°37.40' W81°21.05' 177° 5.4 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 108.5 l-ORL Chan 22 Rwy 18. Class HE. LOM HERNY NDB. 

ASR/PAR (1200-0400Z:t) 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Emerg frequency 121.5 not avbl at twr. 

HELIPAD HI: H100X75 (ASPH) 
HELIPAD H2: H60X60 (ASPH) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Helipad HI Ictd on general aviation side and H2 Ictd on air carrier side of arpt. 
• ••••••••••••••••••••••••Ye 

187 TPA 1000(813) 
WATERWAY 15-33: 5000X425 (WATER) 

SEAPLANE REMARKS: Birds roosting and feeding areas along river banks. Seaplanes operating adjacent to SW side of 
arpt not visible from twr and are required to ctc twr. 

All bearings and radials are magnetic unless otherwise specified. 

All mileages are nautical unless otherwise noted. 

All times are Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) except as noted. 

All elevations are in feet above/below Mean Sea Level (MSL) unless otherwise noted. 

The horizontal reference datum of this publication is North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83), which for charting purposes 

is considered equivalent to World Geodetic System 1984 (WGS 84). 



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^ SKETCH LEGEND 

RUNWAYS/LANDING AREAS RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION 
Hard Surfaced ^^^^^ M VORTAC ...<-> VOR O 



Metal Surface kSXXxXxXXXXXXXXXXX^ , /n „. nMI - 7~ ^ MnB ;V:b 



VOR/DME 



■ ■ n NDB 



Sod, Gravel, etc W:WWmm0 ?M TACAN 'Q NDB/DME 

Light Plane , __i 

Ski Landing Area or Water MISCELLANEOUS AERONAUTICAL 

Under Construction \ ." cpATi ipcc 

Closed IX XI Airport Beacon iz 

— . Wind Cone i»- ■*»- 

Helicopter Landings Area \jj Landing Tee h- 

Tetrahedron •- 

Displaced Threshold ■^_-_-_---_-_---_-l Control Tower & 




Taxiway, Apron and Stopways 

APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEMS 
MISCELLANEOUS BASE AND CULTURAL A dot ' ." portrayed with approach lighting 
FFATURFS letter identifier indicates sequenced flashing 

lights (F) installed with the approach lighting 
-^ 4^ A system e.g. (Aj) Negative symbology, e.g., /jfc 

Bulldlng5 ™ ' Q indicates Pilot Controlled Lighting (PCD. 

Power Lines tJ A — T T— ^^^^^ 

Runway Centerline Lighting ^^^^Q| 

Fence * — M — M — * — M — M — (X) Approach Lighting System ALSF-2 . . liiiil 

ItiiiM M (ri) A PP roacn Lighting System ALSF-1 . . Il"'i 

a^ Short Approach Lighting System 

(§) SALS/SALSF H" 

.*. Simplified Short Approach Lighting ; , 

. <C3) System (SSALR) with RAIL I h "~ 

Oil Well * (^4) Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System 

vV (MALS and MALSF)/ (S SALS 



Towers 

Tanks ■ 



Smoke Stack 



• (§) and SSALF) |„ 

*•* Medium Intensity Approach Lighting ( 
5812 <3> System (MALSR) and RAIL "T" 



Obstruction A ji Omnidirectional Approach 

"37 Lighting System (ODALS) : 

Controlling Obstruction . + (5) Navy Parallel Row and Cross Bar . . . I 



* P-° P- (*) Air Force Overru 
Q-O 00 W 



Trees 00 00 

©Visual Approach Slope Indicator with 
Standard Threshold Clearance provided 

Populated Places /g\ Pulsating Visual Approach Slope Indicator 

^ (PVASI) 

r . „ 1 r-.M Cut Fill fT7\ Visual Approach Slope Indicator with a 

Cu,s and Fllls (S) threshold crossing height to accomodate 

long bodied or jumbo aircraft 



Cliffs and Depressions . .^^ ^^ (y7) Tri-color Visual Approach Slope Indicator 

^ (TRCV) 

Ditch _________ gj Approach Path Alignment Panel (APAP) 

Hill jfll © Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) 



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LEGEND 

This directory is a listing of data on record with the FAA on all open to the public airports, military facilities and selected 
private use facilities specifically requested by the Department of Defense (DoD) for which a DoD Instrument Approach 
Procedure has been published in the U.S. Terminal Procedures Publication. Additionally this listing contains data for 
associated terminal control facilities, air route traffic control centers, and radio aids to navigation within the conterminous 
United States, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Joint civil/military and civil airports are listed alphabetically by state, 
associated city and airport name and cross-referenced by airport name. Military facilities are listed alphabetically by state and 
official airport name and cross-referenced by associated city name. Navaids, flight service stations and remote communication 
outlets that are associated with an airport, but with a different name, are listed alphabetically under their own name, as well 
as under the airport with which they are associated. 

The listing of an open to the public airport in this directory merely indicates the airport operator's willingness to accommodate 
transient aircraft, and does not represent that the facility conforms with any Federal or local standards, or that it has been 
approved for use on the part of the general public. Military and private use facilities published in this directory are open to civil 
pilots only in an emergency or with prior permission. See Special Notice Section, Civil Use of Military Fields. 
The information on obstructions is taken from reports submitted to the FAA. Obstruction data has not been verified in all 
cases. Pilots are cautioned that objects not indicated in this tabulation (or on the airports sketches and/or charts) may exist 
which can create a hazard to flight operation. Detailed specifics concerning services and facilities tabulated within this 
directory are contained in the Aeronautical Information Manual, Basic Flight Information and ATC Procedures. 
The legend items that follow explain in detail the contents of this Directory and are keyed to the circled numbers on the 
sample on the preceding pages. 

© CITY/AIRPORT NAME 

Civil and joint civil/military airports and facilities in this directory are listed alphabetically by state and associated city. Where 
the city name is different from the airport name the city name will appear on the line above the airport name. Airports with the 
same associated city name will be listed alphabetically by airport name and will be separated by a dashed rule line. A solid 
rule line will separate all others. FAA approved helipads and seaplane landing areas associated with a land airport will be 
separated by a dotted line. Military airports are listed alphabetically by state and official airport name. 

© ALTERNATE NAME 

Alternate names, if any, will be shown in parentheses. 

© LOCATION IDENTIFIER 

The location identifier is a three or four character FAA code followed by a four-character ICAO code assigned to airports. ICAO 
codes will only be published at joint civil/military, and military facilities. If two different military codes are assigned, both 
codes will be shown with the primary operating agency's code listed first. These identifiers are used by ATC in lieu of the 
airport name in flight plans, flight strips and other written records and computer operations. Zeros will appear with a slash to 
differentiate them from the letter "0". 

© OPERATING AGENCY 

Airports within this directory are classified into two categories, Military/Federal Government and Civil airports open to the 

general public, plus selected private use airports. The operating agency is shown for military, private use and joint 

civil/military airports. The operating agency is shown by an abbreviation as listed below. When an organization is a tenant, 

the abbreviation is enclosed in parenthesis. No classification indicates the airport is open to the general public with no 

military tenant. 

A US Army MC Marine Corps 

AFRC Air Force Reserve Command N Navy 

AF US Air Force NAF Naval Air Facility 

ANG Air National Guard NAS Naval Air Station 

AR US Army Reserve NASA National Air and Space Administration 

ARNG US Army National Guard P US Civil Airport Wherein Permit Covers 

CG US Coast Guard Use by Transient Military Aircraft 

CIV/MIL Joint Use Civil/Military PVT Private Use Only (Closed to the Public) 

DND Department of National Defense Canada 



© AIRPORT LOCATION 



Airport location is expressed as distance and direction from the center of the associated city in nautical miles and cardinal 
points, e.g., 4 NE. 

© TIME CONVERSION 

Hours of operation of all facilities are expressed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and shown as "Z" time. The directory 
indicates the number of hours to be subtracted from UTC to obtain local standard time and local daylight saving time 
UTC-5{-4DT). The symbol $ indicates that during periods of Daylight Saving Time effective hours will be one hour earlier than 
shown. In those areas where daylight saving time is not observed the (-4DT) and X will not be shown. Daylight saving time is in 
effect from 0200 local time the second Sunday in March to 0200 local time the first Sunday in November. Canada and all U.S. 
Conterminous States observe daylight saving time except Arizona and Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. If the state 
observes daylight saving time and the operating times are other than daylight saving times, the operating hours will include 
the dates, times and no $ symbol will be shown, i.e., April 15-Aug 31 0630-1700Z, Sep 1-Apr 14 0600-1700Z. 



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© 



Major airframe repairs. 

Minor airframe and major powerplant repairs. 

Major powerplant repairs. 

Minor powerplant repairs. 



GEOGRAPHIC POSITION OF AIRPORT— AIRPORT REFERENCE POINT (ARP) 

Positions are shown as hemisphere, degrees, minutes and hundredths of a minute and represent the approximate geometric 
center of all usable runway surfaces. 

© CHARTS 

Charts refer to the Sectional Chart and Low and High Altitude Enroute Chart and panel on which the airport or facility is 
located. Helicopter Chart locations will be indicated as COPTER. IFR Gulf of Mexico West and IFR Gulf of Mexico Central will be I 
depicted as GOMW and GOMC. [ 

® INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES, AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 

IAP indicates an airport for which a prescribed (Public Use) FAA Instrument Approach Procedure has been published. DIAP 
indicates an airport for which a prescribed DoD Instrument Approach Procedure has been published in the U.S. Terminal 
Procedures. See the Special Notice Section of this directory, Civil Use of Military Fields and the Aeronautical Information 
Manual 5-4-5 Instrument Approach Procedure Charts for additional information. AD indicates an airport for which an airport 
diagram has been published. Airport diagrams are located in the back of each A/FD volume alphabetically by associated city 
and airport name. 

@ AIRPORT SKETCH 

The airport sketch, when provided, depicts the airport and related topographical information as seen from the air and 
should be used in conjunction with the text. It is intended as a guide for pilots in VFR conditions. Symbology that is not 
self-explanatory will be reflected in the sketch legend. The airport sketch will be oriented with True North at the top. Airport 
sketches will be added incrementally. 

© ELEVATION 

The highest point of an airport's usable runways measured in feet from mean sea level. When elevation is sea level it will be 
indicated as "00". When elevation is below sea level a minus "-" sign will precede the figure. 

@ ROTATING LIGHT BEACON 

B indicates rotating beacon is available. Rotating beacons operate sunset to sunrise unless otherwise indicated in the 
AIRPORT REMARKS or MILITARY REMARKS segment of the airport entry. 

@ SERVICING— CIVIL 

SI: Minor airframe repairs. S5: 

S2: Minor airframe and minor powerplant repairs. S6: 

S3: Major airframe and minor powerplant repairs. S7: 

S4: Major airframe and major powerplant repairs. S8: 

@ FUEL 

CODE FUEL CODE FUEL 

80 Grade 80 gasoline (Red) B+ Jet B, Wide-cut, turbine fuel with FS-II*, FP** 

100 Grade 100 gasoline (Green) minus 50° C. 

100LL 100LL gasoline (low lead) (Blue) J4 (JP4) (JP-4 military specification) FP** minus 

115 Grade 115 gasoline (115/145 military 58° C. 

specification) (Purple) J5 (JP5) (JP-5 military specification) Kerosene with 

A Jet A, Kerosene, without FS-II*, FP** minus FS-11, FP** minus 46 C. 

40° C. J8 (JP8) (JP-8 military specification) Jet A-l, Kerosene 

A+ Jet A, Kerosene, with FS-II*, FP** minus with FS-II*, FP** minus 47°C. 

40°C. J8+100 (JP-8 military specification) Jet A-l, Kerosene 

Al Jet A-l, Kerosene, without FS-II*, FP** with FS-II*, FP** minus 47°C, with-fuel 

minus 47°C. additive package that improves thermo 

A1+ Jet A-l, Kerosene with FS-II*, FP** minus stability characteristics of JP-8. 

47° C. J (Jet Fuel Type Unknown) 

B Jet B, Wide-cut, turbine fuel without FS-II*, MOGAS Automobile gasoline which is to be used 

FP** minus 50° C. as aircraft fuel. 

*(Fuel System Icing Inhibitor) 

* *(Freeze Point) 

NOTE: Certain automobile gasoline may be used in specific aircraft engines if a FAA supplemental type certificate has 

been obtained. Automobile gasoline, which is to be used in aircraft engines, will be identified as "MOGAS", 

however, the grade/type and other octane rating will not be published. 

Data shown on fuel availability represents the most recent information the publisher has been able to acquire. 

Because of a variety of factors, the fuel listed may not always be obtainable by transient civil pilots. Confirmation of 

availability of fuel should be made directly with fuel suppliers at locations where refueling is planned. 

@ OXYGEN— CIVIL 

OX 1 High Pressure OX 3 High Pressure — Replacement Bottles 

OX 2 Low Pressure OX 4 Low Pressure — Replacement Bottles 

@ TRAFFIC PATTERN ALTITUDE 

Traffic Pattern Altitude (TPA) — The first figure shown is TPA above mean sea level. The second figure in parentheses is TPA 
above airport elevation. Multiple TPA shall be shown as "TPA — See Remarks" and detailed information shall be shown in the 
Airport or Military Remarks Section. Traffic pattern data for USAF bases, USN facilities, and U.S. Army airports (including those 
on which ACC or U.S. Army is a tenant) that deviate from standard pattern altitudes shall be shown in Military Remarks. 

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© AIRPORT OF ENTRY, LANDING RIGHTS, AND CUSTOMS USER FEE AIRPORTS 

U.S. CUSTOMS USER FEE AIRPORT — Private Aircraft operators are frequently required to pay the costs associated with 

customs processing. 

AOE — Airport of Entry. A customs Airport of Entry where permission from U.S. Customs is not required to land. However, at 

least one hour advance notice of arrival is required. 

LRA — Landing Rights Airport. Application for permission to land must be submitted in advance to U.S. Customs. At least one 

hour advance notice of arrival is required. 

NOTE: Advance notice of arrival at both an AOE and LRA airport may be included in the flight plan when filed in Canada or 

Mexico. Where Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) is available the airport remark will indicate this service. This notice will also 

be treated as an application for permission to land in the case of an LRA. Although advance notice of arrival may be relayed to 

Customs through Mexico, Canada, and U.S. Communications facilities by flight plan, the aircraft operator is solely responsible 

for ensuring that Customs receives the notification. (See Customs, Immigration and Naturalization, Public Health and 

Agriculture Department requirements in the International Flight Information Manual for further details.) 

US Customs Air and Sea Ports, Inspectors and Agents 

Northeast Sector (New England and Atlantic States— ME to MD) 407-975-1740 

Southeast Sector (Atlantic States— DC, WV, VA to FL) 407-975-1780 

Central Sector (Interior of the US, including Gulf states — MS, AL, LA) 407-975-1760 

Southwest East Sector (OK and eastern TX) 407-975-1840 

Southwest West Sector (Western TX, NM and AZ) 407-975-1820 

Pacific Sector (WA, OR, CA, HI and AK) 407-975-1800 



@ CERTIFICATED AIRPORT (14 CFR PART 139) 



Airports serving Department of Transportation certified carriers and certified under 14 CFR part 139 are indicated by the Class 
and the ARFF Index; e.g. Class I, ARFF Index A, which relates to the availability of crash, fire, rescue equipment. Class I 
airports can have an ARFF Index A through E, depending on the aircraft length and scheduled departures. Class II, III, and IV 
will always carry an Index A. 

14 CFR PART 139 CERTIFICATED AIRPORTS 
AIRPORT CLASSIFICATIONS 



Type of Air Carrier Operation 


Class 1 


Class II 


Class III 


Class IV 


Scheduled Air Carrier Aircraft with 31 or more passenger seats 


X 








Unscheduled Air Carrier Aircraft with 31 or more passengers seats 


X 


X 




X 


Scheduled Air Carrier Aircraft with 10 to 30 passenger seats 


X 


X 


X 





14 CFR-PART 139 CERTIFICATED AIRPORTS 

INDICES AND AIRCRAFT RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS 



Airport 
Index 


Required 

No. 
Vehicles 


Aircraft Length 


Scheduled 
Departures 


Agent + Water for Foam 


A 


1 


<90' 


>1 


500#DC or HALON 1211 
or450#DC + 100galH 2 O 


B 


1 or 2 


>90', <126' 


>5 


Index A + 1500 gal H 2 




>126', <159' 


<5 




C 


2 or 3 


>126', <159' 


>5 


Index A + 3000 gal H 2 




>159', <200' 


<5 




D 


3 


>159', <200' 


<5 


Index A + 4000 gal H 2 




>200' 




E 


3 


>200' 


>5 


Index A + 6000 gal H 2 



> Greater Than; < Less Than; > Equal or Greater Than; < Equal or Less Than; H 2 0-Water; DC-Dry Chemical. 
NOTE: The listing of ARFF index does not necessarily assure coverage for non-air carrier operations or at other than 
prescribed times for air carrier. ARFF Index Ltd. — indicates ARFF coverage may or may not be available, for information 
contact airport manager prior to flight. 



© NOTAM SERVICE 



All public use landing areas are provided NOTAM "D" (distant dissemination) and NOTAM "L" (local dissemination) service. 
Airport NOTAM file identifier is shown for individual airports, e.g. "NOTAM FILE IAD". See AIM, Basic Flight Information and 



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ATC Procedures for detailed description of NOTAM's. Current NOTAMs are available from Flight Service Stations at 
1-800-WX-BRIEF. Real time Military NOTAMs are available using the DoD Internet NOTAM Distribution System (DINS) 
www.notams.jcs.mil. 



® FAA INSPECTION 

All airports not inspec 
provided by the owner 

@ RUNWAY DATA 



All airports not inspected by FAA will be identified by the note: Not insp. This indicates that the airport information has been 
provided by the owner or operator of the field. 



Runway information is shown on two lines. That information common to the entire runway is shown on the first line while 
information concerning the runway ends is shown on the second or following line. Runway direction, surface, length, width, 
weight bearing capacity, lighting, and slope, when available are shown for each runway. Multiple runways are shown with the 
longest runway first. Direction, length, width, and lighting are shown for sea-lanes. The full dimensions of helipads are shown, 
e.g., 50X150. Runway data that requires clarification will be placed in the remarks section. 

RUNWAY DESIGNATION 

Runways are normally numbered in relation to their magnetic orientation rounded off to the nearest 10 degrees. Parallel 
runways can be designated L (left)/R (right)/C (center). Runways may be designated as Ultralight or assault strips. Assault | 
strips are shown by magnetic bearing. 

RUNWAY DIMENSIONS 

Runway length and width are shown in feet. Length shown is runway end to end including displaced thresholds, but 
excluding those areas designed as overruns. 

RUNWAY SURFACE AND LENGTH 

Runway lengths prefixed by the letter "H" indicate that the runways are hard surfaced (concrete, asphalt, or part 
asphalt-concrete). If the runway length is not prefixed, the surface is sod, clay, etc. The runway surface composition is 
indicated in parentheses after runway length as follows: 



(AFSC) — Aggregate friction seal coat 
(ASPH)— Asphalt 
(CONC)— Concrete 
(DIRT)— Dirt 
(GRVD)— Grooved 



(GRVL)— Gravel, or cinders 
(MATS) — Pierced steel planking, 

landing mats, membranes 
(PEM) — Part concrete, part asphalt 
(PFC) — Porous friction courses 

RUNWAY WEIGHT BEARING CAPACITY 



(PSP)— Pierced steel plank 

(RFSC) — Rubberized friction seal coat 

(TURF)— Turf 

(TRTD)— Treated 

(WC)— Wire combed 



Runway strength data shown in this publication is derived from available information and is a realistic estimate of capability at 
an average level of activity. It is not intended as a maximum allowable weight or as an operating limitation. Many airport 
pavements are capable of supporting limited operations with gross weights in excess of the published figures. Permissible 
operating weights, insofar as runway strengths are concerned, are a matter of agreement between the owner and user. When 
desiring to operate into any airport at weights in excess of those published in the publication, users should contact the airport 
management for permission. Runway strength figures are shown in thousand of pounds, with the last three figures being 
omitted. Add 000 to figure following S, D, 2S, 2T, AUW, SWL, etc., for gross weight capacity. A blank space following the letter 
designator is used to indicate the runway can sustain aircraft with this type landing gear, although definite runway weight 
bearing capacity figures are not available, e.g., S, D. Applicable codes for typical gear configurations with S=Single, D=Dual, 
T=Triple and Q=Quadruple: 



CURRENT 


NEW 


NEW DESCRIPTION 


S 


S 


Single wheel type landing gear (DC3), (C47), (F15), etc. 


D 


D 


Dual wheel type landing gear (BE1900), {B737), (A319), etc. 


T 


D 


Dual wheel type landing gear (P3, C9). 


ST 


2S 


Two single wheels in tandem type landing gear (C130). 


TRT 


2T 


Two triple wheels in tandem type landing gear (C17), etc. 


DT 


2D 


Two dual wheels in tandem type landing gear (B707), etc. 


TT 


2D 


Two dual wheels in tandem type landing gear (B757, 
KC135). 


SBTT 


2D/D1 


Two dual wheels in tandem/dual wheel body gear type 
landing gear (KC10). 


None 


2D/2D1 


Two dual wheels in tandem/two dual wheels in tandem body 
gear type landing gear (A340-600). 


DDT 


2D/2D2 


Two dual wheels in tandem/two dual wheels in double 
tandem body gear type landing gear (B747, E4). 


TTT 


3D 


Three dual wheels in tandem type landing gear (B777), etc. 


TT 


D2 


Dual wheel gear two struts per side main gear type landing 
gear(B52). 


TDT 


C5 


Complex dual wheel and quadruple wheel combination 
landing gear (C5). 



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AUW — All up weight. Maximum weight bearing capacity for any aircraft irrespective of landing gear configuration. 

SWL — Single Wheel Loading. (This includes information submitted in terms of Equivalent Single Wheel Loading (ESWL) 

and Single Isolated Wheel Loading). 
PSI — Pounds per square inch. PSI is the actual figure expressing maximum pounds per square inch runway will 
support, e.g., (SWL OOO/PSI 535). 

Omission of weight bearing capacity indicates information unknown. 

The ACN/PCN System is the ICAO standard method of reporting pavement strength for pavements with bearing strengths 
greater than 12,500 pounds. The Pavement Classification Number (PCN) is established by an engineering assessment of the 
runway. The PCN is for use in conjunction with an Aircraft Classification Number (ACN). Consult the Aircraft Flight Manual, 
Flight Information Handbook, or other appropriate source for ACN tables or charts. Currently, ACN data may not be available 
for all aircraft. If an ACN table or chart is available, the ACN can be calculated by taking into account the aircraft weight, the 
pavement type, and the subgrade category. For runways that have been evaluated under the ACN/PCN system, the PCN will be 
shown as a five-part code (e.g. PCN 80 R/B/W/T). Details of the coded format are as follows: 

(1) The PCN NUMBER— The reported PCN indicates that an (4) The maximum tire pressure authorized for the pavement: 
aircraft with an ACN equal or less than the reported PCN yy ^jg n no |j m j t 

can operate on the pavement subject to any limitation on ^ Medium limited to 217 psi 

the tire pressure. Y _ LoWj |[m[ted t0 145 psi 

(2) The type of pavement: Z — Very low, limited to 73 psi 
R Rigid (5) pavement evaluation method: 



F — Flexible 



T — Technical evaluation 



(3) The pavement subgrade category: U — By experience of aircraft using the pavement 

A— High 

B — Medium 

C — Low 

D — Ultra-low 
NOTE: Prior permission from the airport controlling authority is required when the ACN of the aircraft exceeds the published 
PCN or aircraft tire pressure exceeds the published limits. 

RUNWAY LIGHTING 

Lights are in operation sunset to sunrise. Lighting available by prior arrangement only or operating part of the night and/or 

pilot controlled lighting with specific operating hours are indicated under airport or military remarks. At USN/USMC facilities 

lights are available only during airport hours of operation. Since obstructions are usually lighted, obstruction lighting is not 

included in this code. Unlighted obstructions on or surrounding an airport will be noted in airport or military remarks. Runway 

lights nonstandard (NSTD) are systems for which the light fixtures are not FAA approved L-800 series: color, intensity, or 

spacing does not meet FAA standards. Nonstandard runway lights, VASI, or any other system not listed below will be shown in 

airport remarks or military service. Temporary, emergency or limited runway edge lighting such as flares, smudge pots, 

lanterns or portable runway lights will also be shown in airport remarks or military service. Types of lighting are shown with the 

runway or runway end they serve. 

NSTD — Light system fails to meet FAA standards. SALS — Short Approach Lighting System. 

LIRL — Low Intensity Runway Lights. SALSF — Short Approach Lighting System with Sequenced 

MIRL — Medium Intensity Runway Lights. Flashing Lights. 

HIRL — High Intensity Runway Lights. SSALS— Simplified Short Approach Lighting System. 

RAIL — Runway Alignment Indicator Lights. SSALF — Simplified Short Approach Lighting System with 

REIL — Runway End Identifier Lights. Sequenced Flashing Lights. 

CL— Centerline Lights. SSALR— Simplified Short Approach Lighting System with 

TDZL — Touchdown Zone Lights. Runway Alignment Indicator Lights. 

ODALS — Omni Directional Approach Lighting System. ALSAF — High Intensity Approach Lighting System with 

AF OVRN— Air Force Overrun 1000' Standard Sequenced Flashing Lights. 

Approach Lighting System. ALSF1 — High Intensity Approach Lighting System with Se- 

LDIN — Lead-in Lighting System. quenced Flashing Lights, Category I, Configuration. 

MALS — Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System. ALSF2 — High Intensity Approach Lighting System with Se- 

MALSF — Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System with quenced Flashing Lights, Category II, Configuration. 

Sequenced Flashing Lights. SF — Sequenced Flashing Lights. 

MALSR — Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System with OLS — Optical Landing System. 

Runway Alignment Indicator Lights. WAVE-OFF. 

NOTE: Civil ALSF2 may be operated as SSALR during favorable weather conditions. When runway edge lights are positioned 
more than 10 feet from the edge of the usable runway surface a remark will be added in the "Remarks" portion of the airport 
entry. This is applicable to Air Force, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Bases, and those joint civil/military airfields on 
which they are tenants. 



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DIRECTORY LEGEND 11 



VISUAL GLIDESLOPE INDICATORS 

APAP — A system of panels, which may or may not be lighted, used for alignment of approach path. 

PNIL APAP on left side of runway PNIR APAP on right side of runway 

PAPI — Precision Approach Path Indicator 

P2L 2-identical light units placed on left side of P4L 4-identical light units placed on left side of 

runway runway 

P2R 2-identical light units placed on right side of P4R 4-identical light units placed on right side of 

runway runway 

PVASI — Pulsating/steady burning visual approach slope indicator, normally a single light unit projecting two colors. 

PSIL PVASI on left side of runway PSIR PVASI on right side of runway 

SAVASI — Simplified Abbreviated Visual Approach Slope Indicator 

S2L 2-box SAVASI on left side of runway S2R 2-box SAVASI on right side of runway 

TRCV — Tri-color visual approach slope indicator, normally a single light unit projecting three colors. 

TRIL TRCV on left side of runway TRIR TRCV on right side of runway 

VASI — Visual Approach Slope Indicator 

V2L 2-box VASI on left side of runway V6L 6-box VASI on left side of runway 

V2R 2-box VASI on right side of runway V6R 6-box VASI on right side of runway 

V4L 4-box VASI on left side of runway V12 12-box VASI on both sides of runway 

V4R 4-box VASI on right side of runway V16 16-box VASI on both sides of runway 

NOTE: Approach slope angle and threshold crossing height will be shown when available; i.e., -GA 3.5° TCH 37'. 

PILOT CONTROL OF AIRPORT LIGHTING 

Key Mike Function 

7 times within 5 seconds Highest intensity available 

5 times within 5 seconds Medium or lower intensity 

(Lower REIL or REIL-Off) 
3 times within 5 seconds Lowest intensity available 

(Lower REIL or REIL-Off) 
Available systems will be indicated in the airport or military remarks, e.g., ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 07-25, MALSR Rwy 07, and 
VASI Rwy 07— 122.8. 

Where the airport is not served by an instrument approach procedure and/or has an independent type system of different 
specification installed by the airport sponsor, descriptions of the type lights, method of control, and operating frequency will be 
explained in clear text. See AIM, "Basic Flight Information and ATC Procedures," for detailed description of pilot control of airport 

lighti " g - RUNWAY SLOPE 

When available, runway slope data will only be provided for those airports with an approved FAA instrument approach 

procedure. Runway slope will be shown only when it is 0.3 percent or greater. On runways less than 8000 feet, the 

direction of the slope up will be indicated, e.g., 0.3% up NW. On runways 8000 feet or greater, the slope will be shown (up 

or down) on the runway end line, e.g., RWY 13: 0.3% up., RWY 21: Pole. Rgt tfc. 0.4% down. 

RUNWAY END DATA 

Information pertaining to the runway approach end such as approach lights, touchdown zone lights, runway end 

identification lights, visual glideslope indicators, displaced thresholds, controlling obstruction, and right hand traffic 

pattern, will be shown on the specific runway end. "Rgt tfc" — Right traffic indicates right turns should be made on landing 

and takeoff for specified runway end. 

LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS (LAHSO) 

LAHSO is an acronym for "Land and Hold Short Operations." These operations include landing and holding short of an 

intersection runway, an intersecting taxiway, or other predetermined points on the runway other than a runway or taxiway. 

Measured distance represents the available landing distance on the landing runway, in feet. 

Specific questions regarding these distances should be referred to the air traffic manager of the facility concerned. The 

Aeronautical Information Manual contains specific details on hold-short operations and markings. 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

TORA — Take-off Run Available. The length of runway declared available and suitable for the ground run of an aeroplane 

take-off. 

TODA — Take-off Distance Available. The length of the take-off run available plus the length of the clearway, if provided. 

ASDA — Accelerate-Stop Distance Available. The length of the take-off run available plus the length of the stopway, if provided. 

LDA — Landing Distance Available. The length of runway which is declared available and suitable for the ground run of an 

aeroplane landing. 

@ ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEMS 

Arresting gear is shown as it is located on the runway. The a-gear distance from the end of the appropriate runway (or into the 
overrun) is indicated in parentheses. A-Gear which has a bi-direction capability and can be utilized for emergency approach 
end engagement is indicated by a (B). The direction of engaging device is indicated by an arrow. Up to 15 minutes advance 
notice may be required for rigging A-Gear for approach and engagement. Airport listing may show availability of other than US 
Systems. This information is provided for emergency requirements only. Refer to current aircraft operating manuals for specific 
engagement weight and speed criteria based on aircraft structural restrictions and arresting system limitations. 
Following is a list of current systems referenced in this publication identified by both Air Force and Navy terminology: 



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BI-DIRECTIONAL CABLE (B) 

TYPE DESCRIPTION 



BAK-9 Rotary friction brake. 

BAK-12A Standard BAK-12 with 950 foot run out, 1-inch cable and 40,000 pound weight setting. Rotary 

friction brake. 
BAK-12B Extended BAK-12 with 1200 foot run, 1!4 inch Cable and 50,000 pounds weight setting. Rotary 

friction brake. 
E2S Rotary Hydraulic (Water Brake). 

M21 Rotary Hydraulic (Water Brake) Mobile. 

The following device is used in conjunction with some aircraft arresting systems: 
BAK-14 A device that raises a hook cable out of a slot in the runway surface and is remotely positioned 

for engagement by the tower on request. (In addition to personnel reaction time, the system 

requires up to five seconds to fully raise the cable.) 
H A device that raises a hook cable out of a slot in the runway surface and is remotely positioned 

for engagement by the tower on request. (In addition to personnel reaction time, the system 

requires up to one and one-half seconds to fully raise the cable.) 
UNI-DIRECTIONAL CABLE 
TYPE DESCRIPTION 



MB60 Textile brake — an emergency one-time use, modular braking system employing the tearing of 

specially woven textile straps to absorb the kinetic energy. 

E5/E5-1/E5-3 Chain Type. At USN/USMC stations E-5 A-GEAR systems are rated, e.g., E-5 RATING-13R-1100 

HW (DRY), 31L/R-1200 STD (WET). This rating is a function of the A-GEAR chain weight and 
length and is used to determine the maximum aircraft engaging speed. A dry rating applies to a 
stabilized surface (dry or wet) while a wet rating takes into account the amount (if any) of wet 
overrun that is not capable of withstanding the aircraft weight. These ratings are published under 
Military Service. 

FOREIGN CABLE 

TYPE DESCRIPTION US EQUIVALENT 

44B-3H Rotary Hydraulic) 

(Water Brake) 

CHAG Chain E-5 

UNI-DIRECTIONAL BARRIER 

TYPE DESCRIPTION 



MA-1A Web barrier between stanchions attached to a chain energy absorber. 

BAK-15 Web barrier between stanchions attached to an energy absorber (water squeezer, rotary friction, 

chain). Designed for wing engagement. 
NOTE: Landing short of the runway threshold on a runway with a BAK-15 in the underrun is a significant hazard. The barrier 
in the down position still protrudes several inches above the underrun. Aircraft contact with the barrier short of the runway 
threshold can cause damage to the barrier and substantial damage to the aircraft. 
OTHER 

TYPE DESCRIPTION 

EMAS Engineered Material Arresting System, located beyond the departure end of the runway, consisting of 

high energy absorbing materials which will crush under the weight of an aircraft. 

@ MILITARY SERVICE 

Specific military services available at the airport are listed under this general heading. Remarks applicable to any military 
service are shown in the individual service listing. 

© JET AIRCRAFT STARTING UNITS (JASU) 

The numeral preceding the type of unit indicates the number of units available. The absence of the numeral indicates ten 

or more units available. If the number of units is unknown, the number one will be shown. Absence of JASU designation 

indicates non-availability. 

The following is a list of current JASU systems referenced in this publication: 

USAF JASU (For variations in technical data, refer to T.O. 35-1-7.) 

ELECTRICAL STARTING UNITS: 

A/M32A-86 AC: 115/200v, 3 phase, 90 kva, 0.8 pf, 4 wire 

DC: 28v, 1500 amp, 72 kw (with TR pack) 
MC-1A AC: 115/208v, 400 cycle, 3 phase, 37.5 kva, 0.8 pf, 108 amp, 4 wire 

DC: 28v, 500 amp, 14 kw 
MD-3 AC: 115/208v, 400 cycle, 3 phase, 60 kva, 0.75 pf, 4 wire 

DC: 28v, 1500 amp, 45 kw, split bus 
MD-3A AC: 115/208v, 400 cycle, 3 phase, 60 kva, 0.75 pf, 4 wire 

DC: 28v, 1500 amp, 45 kw, split bus 
MD-3M AC: 115/208v, 400 cycle, 3 phase, 60 kva, 0.75 pf, 4 wire 

DC: 28v, 500 amp, 15 kw 



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MD-4 AC: 120/20SV, 400 cycle, 3 phase, 62.5 kva, 0.8 pf, 175 amp, "WYE" neutral ground, 4 wire, 120v, 

400 cycle, 3 phase, 62.5 kva, O.S pf, 303 amp, "DELTA" 3 wire, 120v, 400 cycle, 1 phase, 62.5 

kva, 0.8 pf, 520 amp, 2 wire 
AIR STARTING UNITS 

AM32-95 150 +/- 5 Ib/min (2055 +/- 68 cfm) at 51 +/- 2 psia 

AM32A-95 150 +/- 5 Ib/min <s> 49 +/- 2 psia (35 +/- 2 psig) 

LASS 150 +/- 5 Ib/min « 49 +/- 2 psia 

MA-1A 82 Ib/min (1123 cfm) at 130° air inlet temp, 45 psia (min) air outlet press 

MC-1 15 cfm, 3500 psia 

MC-1A 15 cfm, 3500 psia 

MC-2A 15 cfm, 200 psia 

MC-11 8,000 cu in cap, 4000 psig, 15 cfm 

COMBINED AIR AND ELECTRICAL STARTING UNITS: 
AGPU AC: 115/200V, 400 cycle, 3 phase, 30 kw gen 

DC: 28v, 700 amp 

AIR: 60 Ib/min @ 40 psig @ sea level 
AM32A-60* AIR: 120 +/- 4 Ib/min (1644 +/- 55 cfm) at 49 +/~ 2 psia 

AC: 120/208V, 400 cycle, 3 phase, 75 kva, 0.75 pf, 4 wire, 120v, 1 phase, 25 kva 

DC: 28v, 500 amp, 15 kw 
AM32A-60A AIR: 150 +/- 5 Ib/min (2055 +/- 68 cfm at 51 +/ _ P sia 

AC: 120/208V, 400 cycle, 3 phase, 75 kva, 0.75 pf, 4 wire 

DC: 28v, 200 amp, 5.6 kw 
AM32A-60B* AIR: 130 Ib/min, 50 psia 

AC: 120/208V, 400 cycle, 3 phase, 75 kva, 0.75 pf, 4 wire 

DC: 28v, 200 amp, 5.6 kw 
*N0TE: During combined air and electrical loads, the pneumatic circuitry takes preference and will limit the amount of 
electrical power available. 
USN JASU 

ELECTRICAL STARTING UNITS: 
NC-8A/A1 DC: 500 amp constant, 750 amp intermittent, 28v; 

AC: 60 kva @ .8 pf, 115/200V, 3 phase, 400 Hz. 
NC-10A/A1/B/C DC: 750 amp constant, 1000 amp intermittent, 28v; 

AC: 90 kva, 115/200V, 3 phase, 400 Hz. 
AIR STARTING UNITS: 

GTC-85/GTE-85 120 Ibs/min @ 45 psi. 

MSU-200NAV/A/U47A-5 204 Ibs/min <s> 56 psia. 

WELLS AIR START 180 Ibs/min @ 75 psi or 120 Ibs/min @ 45 psi. Simultaneous multiple start capability. 

SYSTEM 

COMBINED AIR AND ELECTRICAL STARTING UNITS: 
NCPP-105/RCPT 180 Ibs/min @ 75 psi or 120 Ibs/min <s> 45 psi. 700 amp, 28v DC. 120/208V, 400 Hz AC, 

30 kva. 
JASU (ARMY) 

59B2-1B 28v, 7.5 kw, 280 amp. 

OTHER JASU 

ELECTRICAL STARTING UNITS (DND): 

CE12 AC 115/200V, 140 kva, 400 Hz, 3 phase 

CE13 AC 115/200V, 60 kva, 400 Hz, 3 phase 

CE14 AC/DC 115/200V, 140 kva, 400 Hz, 3 phase, 28vDC, 1500 amp 

CE15 DC 22-35v, 500 amp continuous 1100 amp intermittent 

CE16 DC 22-35v, 500 amp continuous 1100 amp intermittent soft start 

AIR STARTING UNITS (DND): 

CA2 ASA 45.5 psig, 116.4 Ib/min 

COMBINED AIR AND ELECTRICAL STARTING UNITS (DND) 
CEA1 AC 120/208V, 60 kva, 400 Hz, 3 phase DC 28v, 75 amp 

AIR 112.5 Ib/min, 47 psig 
ELECTRICAL STARTING UNITS (OTHER) 

C-26 28v 45kw 115-200V 15kw 380-800 Hz 1 phase 2 wire 

C-26-B, C-26-C 28v 45kw: Split Bus: 115-200V 15kw 380-800 Hz 1 phase 2 wire 

E3 DC 28v/10kw 

AIR STARTING UNITS (OTHER): 

A4 40 psi/2 lb/sec (LPAS Mkl2, Mkl2L, Mkl2A, Mkl, Mk2B) 

MA-1 150 Air HP, 115 Ib/min 50 psia 

MA-2 250 Air HP, 150 Ib/min 75 psia 

CARTRIDGE: 
MXU-4A USAF 



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© FUEL— MILITARY 

Fuel available through US Military Base supply, DESC Into-Plane Contracts and/or reciprocal agreement is listed first and is 
followed by (Mil). At commercial airports where Into-Plane contracts are in place, the name of the refueling agent is shown. 
Military fuel should be used first if it is available. When military fuel cannot be obtained but Into-Plane contract fuel is 
available, Government aircraft must refuel with the contract fuel and applicable refueling agent to avoid any breach in contract 
terms and conditions. Fuel not available through the above is shown preceded by NC (no contract). When fuel is obtained from 
NC sources, local purchase procedures must be followed. The US Military Aircraft Identaplates DD Form 1896 (Jet Fuel), DD 
Form 1897 (Avgas) and AF Form 1245 (Avgas) are used at military installations only. The US Government Aviation Into-Plane 
Reimbursement (AIR) Card (currently issued by AVCARD) is the instrument to be used to obtain fuel under a DESC Into-Plane 
Contract and for NC purchases if the refueling agent at the commercial airport accepts the AVCARD. A current list of contract 
fuel locations is available online at www.desc.dla.mil/Static/ProductsAndServices.asp; click on the Commercial Airports 
button. 
See legend item 14 for fuel code and description. 

© SUPPORTING FLUIDS AND SYSTEMS— MILITARY 

CODE 

Anti-Detonation Injection Fluid — Reciprocating Engine Aircraft. 

Water Thrust Augmentation — Jet Aircraft. 

Water-Alcohol Injection Type, Thrust Augmentation — Jet Aircraft. 

Single Point Refueling. 

Air Compressors rated 3,000 PSI or more. 

Anti-icing/De-icing/Defrosting Fluid (MIL-A-8243). 



ADI 

W 

WAI 

SP 

PRESAIR 

De-ice 

OXYGEN: 

LPOX 

HPOX 

LHOX 

LOX 

OXRB 



Low pressure oxygen servicing. 

High pressure oxygen servicing. 

Low and high pressure oxygen servicing. 

Liquid oxygen servicing. 

Oxygen replacement bottles. (Maintained primarily at Naval stations for use in acft where oxygen can be 

replenished only by replacement of cylinders.) 
OX Indicates oxygen servicing when type of servicing is unknown. 

NOTE: Combinations of above items is used to indicate complete oxygen servicing available; 
LHOXRB Low and high pressure oxygen servicing and replacement bottles; 

LPOXRB Low pressure oxygen replacement bottles only, etc. 

NOTE: Aircraft will be serviced with oxygen procured under military specifications only. Aircraft will not be serviced with 
medical oxygen. 
NITROGEN: 

LPNIT — Low pressure nitrogen servicing. 
HPNIT — High pressure nitrogen servicing. 
LHNIT — Low and high pressure nitrogen servicing. 

@ OIL— MILITARY 

US AVIATION OILS (MIL SPECS): 



CODE 

0-113 

0-117 

0-117+ 

0-123 

0-128 

0-132 

0-133 

0-147 

0-148 

0-149 

0-155 

0-156 

JOAP/SOAP 



GRADE, TYPE 

1065, Reciprocating Engine Oil (MIL-L-6082) 

1100, Reciprocating Engine Oil (MIL-L-6082) 

1100, 0-117 plus cyclohexanone (MIL-L-6082) 

1065, (Dispersant), Reciprocating Engine Oil (MIL-L-22851 Type III) 

1100, (Dispersant), Reciprocating Engine Oil (MIL-L-22851 Type II) 

1005, Jet Engine Oil (MIL-L-6081) 

1010, Jet Engine Oil (MIL-L-6081) 

None, MIL-L-6085A Lubricating Oil, Instrument, Synthetic 

None, MIL-L-7808 (Synthetic Base) Turbine Engine Oil 

None, Aircraft Turbine Engine Synthetic, 7.5c St 

None, MIL-L-6086C, Aircraft, Medium Grade 

None, MIL-L-23699 (Synthetic Base), Turboprop and Turboshaft Engines 

Joint Oil Analysis Program. JOAP support is furnished during normal duty hours, other times on request. 

(JOAP and SOAP programs provide essentially the same service, JOAP is now the standard joint service 

supported program.) 



@ TRANSIENT ALERT (TRAN ALERT)— MILITARY 



Tran Alert service is considered to include all services required for normal aircraft turn-around, e.g., servicing (fuel, oil, 
oxygen, etc.), debriefing to determine requirements for maintenance, minor maintenance, inspection and parking 
assistance of transient aircraft. Drag chute repack, specialized maintenance, or extensive repairs will be provided within 
the capabilities and priorities of the base. Delays can be anticipated after normal duty hours/holidays/weekends 
regardless of the hours of transient maintenance operation. Pilots should not expect aircraft to be serviced for 
TURN-AROUNDS during time periods when servicing or maintenance manpower is not available. In the case of airports not 
operated exclusively by US military, the servicing indicated by the remarks will not always be available for US military 



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aircraft. When transient alert services are not shown, facilities are unknown. NO PRIORITY BASIS — means that transient 
alert services will be provided only after all the requirements for mission/tactical assigned aircraft have been 
accomplished. 



@ AIRPORT REMARKS 



The Attendance Schedule is the months, days and hours the airport is actually attended. Airport attendance does not mean 

watchman duties or telephone accessibility, but rather an attendant or operator on duty to provide at least minimum 

services (e.g., repairs, fuel, transportation). 

Airport Remarks have been grouped in order of applicability. Airport remarks are limited to those items of information that are 

determined essential for operational use, i.e., conditions of a permanent or indefinite nature and conditions that will remain in 

effect for more than 30 days concerning aeronautical facilities, services, maintenance available, procedures or hazards, 

knowledge of which is essential for safe and efficient operation of aircraft. Information concerning permanent closing of a 

runway or taxiway will not be shown. A note "See Special Notices" shall be applied within this remarks section when a special 

notice applicable to the entry is contained in the Special Notices section of this publication. 

Parachute Jumping indicates parachute jumping areas associated with the airport. See Parachute Jumping Area section of this 

publication for additional Information. 

Landing Fee indicates landing charges for private or non-revenue producing aircraft. In addition, fees may be charged for 

planes that remain over a couple of hours and buy no services, or at major airline terminals for all aircraft. 

Note: Unless otherwise stated, remarks including runway ends refer to the runway's approach end. 



© MILITARY REMARKS 



Military Remarks published at a joint Civil/Military facility are remarks that are applicable to the Military. At Military 
Facilities all remarks will be published under the heading Military Remarks. Remarks contained in this section may not be 
applicable to civil users. The first group of remarks is applicable to the primary operator of the airport. Remarks applicable 
to a tenant on the airport are shown preceded by the tenant organization, i.e., (A) (AF) (N) (ANG), etc. Military airports 
operate 24 hours unless otherwise specified. Airport operating hours are listed first (airport operating hours will only be 
listed if they are different than the airport attended hours or if the attended hours are unavailable) followed by pertinent 
remarks in order of applicability. Remarks will include information on restrictions, hazards, traffic pattern, noise 
abatement, customs/agriculture/immigration, and miscellaneous information applicable to the Military. 

Type of restrictions: 

CLOSED: When designated closed, the airport is restricted from use by all aircraft unless stated otherwise. Any closure 

applying to specific type of aircraft or operation will be so stated. USN/USMC/USAF airports are considered closed during 

non-operating hours. Closed airports may be utilized during an emergency provided there is a safe landing area. 

OFFICIAL BUSINESS ONLY: The airfield is closed to all transient military aircraft for obtaining routine services such as 

fueling, passenger drop off or pickup, practice approaches, parking, etc. The airfield may be used by aircrews and aircraft if 

official government business (including civilian) must be conducted on or near the airfield and prior permission is received 

from the airfield manager. 

AF OFFICIAL BUSINESS ONLY OR NAVY OFFICIAL BUSINESS ONLY: Indicates that the restriction applies only to service 

indicated. 

PRIOR PERMISSION REQUIRED (PPR): Airport is closed to transient aircraft unless approval for operation is obtained from 

the appropriate commander through Chief, Airfield Management or Airfield Operations Officer. Official Business or PPR 

does not preclude the use of US Military airports as an alternate for IFR flights. If a non-US military airport is used as a 

weather alternate and requires a PPR, the PPR must be requested and confirmed before the flight departs. The purpose of 

PPR is to control volume and flow of traffic rather than to prohibit it. Prior permission is required for all aircraft requiring 

transient alert service outside the published transient alert duty hours. All aircraft carrying hazardous materials must 

obtain prior permission as outlined in AFJI 11-204, AR 95-27, OPNAVINST 3710.7. 

Note: OFFICIAL BUSINESS ONLY AND PPR restrictions are not applicable to Special Air Mission (SAM) or Special Air 

Resource (SPAR) aircraft providing person or persons on aboard are designated Code 6 or higher as explained in AFJMAN 

11-213, AR 95-11, OPNAVINST 3722-8J. Official Business Only or PPR do not preclude the use of the airport as an 

alternate for IFR flights. 



© WEATHER DATA SOURCES 



Weather data sources will be listed alphabetically followed by their assigned frequencies and/or telephone number and hours 

of operation. 

ASOS — Automated Surface Observing System. Reports the same as an AWOS-3 plus precipitation identification and intensity, 

and freezing rain occurrence (future enhancement). 

AWOS — Automated Weather Observing System 

AWOS-A — reports altimeter setting (all other information is advisory only). 

AWOS-1 — reports altimeter setting, wind data and usually temperature, dewpoint and density altitude. 

AWOS-2— reports the same as AWOS-1 plus visibility. 

AWOS-3 — reports the same as AWOS-1 plus visibility and cloud/ceiling data. 

See AIM, Basic Flight Information and ATC Procedures for detailed description of AWOS. 



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HIWAS— See RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION 

LAWRS — Limited Aviation Weather Reporting Station where observers report cloud height, weather, obstructions to vision, 

temperature and dewpoint (in most cases), surface wind, altimeter and pertinent remarks. 

LLWAS — indicates a Low Level Wind Shear Alert System consisting of a center field and several field perimeter anemometers. 

SAWRS — identifies airports that have a Supplemental Aviation Weather Reporting Station available to pilots for current 

weather information. 

SWSL — Supplemental Weather Service Location providing current local weather information via radio and telephone. 

TDWR — indicates airports that have Terminal Doppler Weather Radar. 

WSP — indicates airports that have Weather System Processor. 

When the automated weather source is broadcast over an associated airport NAVAID frequency (see NAVAID line), it shall 

be indicated by a bold ASOS, AWOS, or HIWAS followed by the frequency, identifier and phone number, if available. 



@ COMMUNICATIONS 



Airport terminal control facilities and radio communications associated with the airport shall be shown. When the call sign 

is not the same as the airport name the call sign will be shown. Frequencies shall normally be shown in descending order 

with the primary frequency listed first. Frequencies will be listed, together with sectorization indicated by outbound radials, 

and hours of operation. Communications will be listed in sequence as follows: 

Single Frequency Approach (SFA), Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF), Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS) 

and Aeronautical Advisory Stations (UNICOM) or (AUNICOM) along with their frequency is shown, where available, on the 

line following the heading "COMMUNICATIONS." When the CTAF and UNICOM frequencies are the same, the frequency will 

be shown as CTAF/UNICOM 122.8. 

The FSS telephone nationwide is toll free 1-800-WX-BRIEF (1-800-992-7433). When the FSS is located on the field it will 

be indicated as "on arpt". Frequencies available at the FSS will follow in descending order. Remote Communications 

Outlet (RCO) providing service to the airport followed by the frequency and FSS RADIO name will be shown when available. 

FSS's provide information on airport conditions, radio aids and other facilities, and process flight plans. Airport Advisory 

Service (AAS) is provided on the CTAF by FSS's for select non-tower airports or airports where the tower is not in operation. 

(See AIM, Para 4-1-9 Traffic Advisory Practices at Airports Without Operating Control Towers or AC 90-42C.) 

Aviation weather briefing service is provided by FSS specialists. Flight and weather briefing services are also available by 

calling the telephone numbers listed. 

Remote Communications Outlet (RCO) — An unmanned air/ground communications facility that is remotely controlled and 

provides UHF or VHF communications capability to extend the service range of an FSS. 

Civil Communications Frequencies-Civil communications frequencies used in the FSS air/ground system are operated on 

122.0, 122.2, 123.6; emergency 121.5; plus receive-only on 122.1. 

a. 122.0 is assigned as the Enroute Flight Advisory Service frequency at selected FSS RADIO outlets. 

b. 122.2 is assigned as a common enroute frequency. 

c. 123.6 is assigned as the airport advisory frequency at select non-tower locations. At airports with a tower, FSS may 
provide airport advisories on the tower frequency when tower is closed. 

d. 122.1 is the primary receive-only frequency at VOR's. 

e. Some FSS's are assigned 50 kHz frequencies in the 122-126 MHz band (eg. 122.45). Pilots using the FSS A/G 
system should refer to this directory or appropriate charts to determine frequencies available at the FSS or remoted 
facility through which they wish to communicate. 

Emergency frequency 121.5 and 243.0 are available at all Flight Service Stations, most Towers, Approach Control and RADAR 

facilities. 

Frequencies published followed by the letter "T" or "R", indicate that the facility will only transmit or receive respectively on 

that frequency. All radio aids to navigation (NAVAID) frequencies are transmit only. 

TERMINAL SERVICES 

SFA — Single Frequency Approach. 

CTAF — A program designed to get all vehicles and aircraft at airports without an operating control tower on a common 

frequency. 

ATIS — A continuous broadcast of recorded non-control information in selected terminal areas. 

D-ATIS — Digital ATIS provides ATIS information in text form outside the standard reception range of conventional ATIS via 

landline & data link communications and voice message within range of existing transmitters. 

AUNICOM — Automated UNICOM is a computerized, command response system that provides automated weather, radio check 

capability and airport advisory information selected from an automated menu by microphone clicks. 

UNICOM — A non-government air/ground radio communications facility which may provide airport information. 

PTD— Pilot to Dispatcher. 

APP CON — Approach Control. The symbol (&) indicates radar approach control. 

TOWER— Control tower. 

GCA — Ground Control Approach System. 

GND CON — Ground Control. 

GCO — Ground Communication Outlet — An unstaffed, remotely controlled, ground/ground communications facility. Pilots at 

uncontrolled airports may contact ATC and FSS via VHF to a telephone connection to obtain an instrument clearance or close a 

VFR or IFR flight plan. They may also get an updated weather briefing prior to takeoff. Pilots will use four "key clicks" on the 



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VHF radio to contact the appropriate ATC facility or six "key clicks" to contact the FSS. The GCO system is intended to be 

used only on the ground. 

DEP CON — Departure Control. The symbol (R) indicates radar departure control. 

CLNC DEL — Clearance Delivery. 

PRE TAXI CLNC— Pre taxi clearance. 

VFR ADVSY SVC— VFR Advisory Service. Service provided by Non-Radar Approach Control. 

Advisory Service for VFR aircraft (upon a workload basis) etc APP CON. 
COMD POST — Command Post followed by the operator call sign in parenthesis. 

PMSV — Pilot-to-Metro Service call sign, frequency and hours of operation, when full service is other than continuous. 
PMSV installations at which weather observation service is available shall be indicated, following the frequency and/or 
hours of operation as "Wx obsn sve 1900-OOOOZt" or "other times" may be used when no specific time is given. PMSV 
facilities manned by forecasters are considered "Full Service". PMSV facilities manned by weather observers are listed as 
"Limited Service". 

OPS — Operations followed by the operator call sign in parenthesis. 
CON 
RANGE 

FLT FLW— Flight Following 
MEDIVAC 
NOTE: Communication frequencies followed by the letter "X" indicate frequency available on request. 



© AIRSPACE 



Information concerning Class B, C, and part-time D and E surface area airspace shall be published with effective times. 

Class D and E surface area airspace that is continuous as established by Rulemaking Docket will not be shown. 

CLASS B — Radar Sequencing and Separation Service for all aircraft in CLASS B airspace. 

CLASS C — Separation between IFR and VFR aircraft and sequencing of VFR arrivals to the primary airport. 

TRSA — Radar Sequencing and Separation Service for participating VFR Aircraft within a Terminal Radar Service Area. 

Class C, D, and E airspace described in this publication is that airspace usually consisting of a 5 NM radius core surface 

area that begins at the surface and extends upward to an altitude above the airport elevation (charted in MSL for Class C 

and Class D). Class E surface airspace normally extends from the surface up to but not including the overlying controlled 

airspace. 

When part-time Class C or Class D airspace defaults to Class E, the core surface area becomes Class E. This will be 

formatted as: 

AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve "times" etc APP CON other times CLASS E: 

or 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve "times" other times CLASS E. 

When a part-time Class C, Class D or Class E surface area defaults to Class G, the core surface area becomes Class G up 

to, but not including, the overlying controlled airspace. Normally, the overlying controlled airspace is Class E airspace 

beginning at either 700' or 1200' AGL. This will be formatted as: 

AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve "times" etc APP CON other times CLASS G, with CLASS E 700' (or 1200') AGL & abv: 

or 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve "times" other times CLASS G with CLASS E 700' (or 1200') AGL &. abv: 

or 

AIRSPACE: CLASS E sve "times" other times CLASS G with CLASS E 700' (or 1200') AGL & abv. 

NOTE: AIRSPACE SVC "TIMES" INCLUDE ALL ASSOCIATED ARRIVAL EXTENSIONS. Surface area arrival extensions for instrument approach 

procedures become part of the primary core surface area. These extensions may be either Class D or Class E airspace and 

are effective concurrent with the times of the primary core surface area. For example, when a part-time Class C, Class D or 

Class E surface area defaults to Class G, the associated arrival extensions will default to Class G at the same time. When 

a part-time Class C or Class D surface area defaults to Class E, the arrival extensions will remain in effect as Class E 

airspace. 

NOTE: CLASS E AIRSPACE EXTENDING UPWARD FROM 7D0 FEET OR MORE ABOVE THE SURFACE, DESIGNATED IN CONJUNCTION WITH AN AIRPORT WITH AN 

APPROVED INSTRUMENT PROCEDURE. 

Class E 700' AGL (shown as magenta vignette on sectional charts) and 1200' AGL (blue vignette) areas are designated 

when necessary to provide controlled airspace for transitioning to/from the terminal and enroute environments. Unless 

otherwise specified, these 700'/1200' AGL Class E airspace areas remain in effect continuously, regardless of airport 

operating hours or surface area status. These transition areas should not be confused with surface areas or arrival 

extensions. 

(See Chapter 3, AIRSPACE, in the Aeronautical Information Manual for further details) 



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18 DIRECTORY LEGEND 

@ RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION 

The Airport/Facility Directory lists, by facility name, all Radio Aids to Navigation that appear on National Aeronautical Charting 
Office Visual or IFR Aeronautical Charts and those upon which the FAA has approved an Instrument Approach Procedure, with 
exception of selected TACANs. Military TACAN information will be published for Military facilities contained in this publication. 
All VOR, VORTAC, TACAN, ILS and MLS equipment in the National Airspace System has an automatic monitoring and shutdown 
feature in the event of malfunction. Unmonitored, as used in this publication, for any navigational aid, means that monitoring 
personnel cannot observe the malfunction or shutdown signal. The NAVAID NOTAM file identifier will be shown as "NOTAM 
FILE IAD" and will be listed on the Radio Aids to Navigation line. When two or more NAVAIDS are listed and the NOTAM file 
identifier is different from that shown on the Radio Aids to Navigation line, it will be shown with the NAVAID listing. NOTAM file 
identifiers for ILSs and its components (e.g., NDB {LOM} are the same as the associated airports and are not repeated. 
Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS), Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS), and Hazardous Inflight Weather 
Advisory Service (HIWAS) will be shown when this service is broadcast over selected NAVAIDs. 

NAVAID information is tabulated as indicated in the following sample: 



TACAN/DME Channel Geographical Position Site Elevation 

NAME (L) ABVORTAC 117.55 ABE Chan 122(Y) N40°43.60' W75°27.30' 180*4.1 NM to fid. 1110/8E. AWOS. HIWAS. 

Class Frequency Identifier Bearing and distance Magnetic Automated Hazardous Inflight 

facility to center of Variation Weather Weather Advisory 

airport Observing Service 
System 

VOR unusable 020°-060° byd 26 NM bio 3,500' 



Restriction within the normal altitude/range of the navigational aid (See primary alphabetical listing for restrictions on 

VORTAC and VOR/DME). 
Note: Those DME channel numbers with a (Y) suffix require TACAN to be placed in the "Y" mode to receive distance 
information. 
HIWAS — Hazardous Inflight Weather Advisory Service is a continuous broadcast of inflight weather advisories including 
summarized SIGMETs, convective SIGMETs, AIRMETs and urgent PIREPs. HIWAS is presently broadcast over selected VOR's 
and will be implemented throughout the conterminous U.S. 

ASR/PAH — Indicates that Surveillance (ASR) or Precision (PAR) radar instrument approach minimums are published in the U.S. 
Terminal Procedures. Only part-time hours of operation will be shown. 

RADIO CLASS DESIGNATIONS 

VOR/DME/TACAN Standard Service Volume (SSV) Classifications 
SSV Class Altitudes 



(T) Terminal 1000' to 12,000' 

(L) Low Altitude 1000' to 18,000' 

(H) High Altitude 1000' to 14,500' 

14,500' to 18,000' 
18,000' to 45,000' 
45,000' to 60,000' 

NOTE: Additionally, (H) facilities provide (L) and (T) service volume and (L) facilities provide (T) service. Altitudes are with 
respect to the station's site elevation. Coverage is not available in a cone of airspace directly above the facility. 

CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE 



Distance 

(NM) 

25 

40 

40 
100 
130 
100 



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DIRECTORY LEGEND 

CONTINUED FROM PRECEDING PAGE 



19 



The term VOR is, operationally, a general term covering the VHF omnidirectional bearing type of facility without regard to the 
fact that the power, the frequency protected service volume, the equipment configuration, and operational requirements may 
vary between facilities at different locations. 



AB _ 

DF_ 



DME(Y) . 



GS_ 
H _ 



HH 

H-SAB _ 

ILS 

IM 

ISMLS . 

LDA 

LMM _ 
LOM _ 

MH 

MLS 

MM 

OM 

S 



SABH . 



TACAN . 
VOR 



VOR/DME . 

VORTAC 

W 

Z 



Automatic Weather Broadcast. 

Direction Finding Service. 

UHF standard (TACAN compatible) distance measuring equipment. 

UHF standard (TACAN compatible) distance measuring equipment that require TACAN to be 

placed in the "Y" mode to receive DME. 
Glide slope. 
Non-directional radio beacon (homing), power 50 watts to less than 2,000 watts (50 NM at 

all altitudes). 
Non-directional radio beacon (homing), power 2,000 watts or more (75 NM at all altitudes). 
Non-directional radio beacons providing automatic transcribed weather service. 
Instrument Landing System (voice, where available, on localizer channel). 
Inner marker. 

Interim Standard Microwave Landing System. 
Localizer Directional Aid. 

Compass locator station when installed at middle marker site (15 NM at all altitudes). 
Compass locator station when installed at outer marker site (15 NM at all altitudes). 
Non-directional radio beacon (homing) power less than 50 watts (25 NM at all altitudes). 
Microwave Landing System. 
Middle marker. 
Outer marker. 

Simultaneous range homing signal and/or voice. 
Non-directional radio beacon not authorized for IFR or ATC. Provides automatic weather 

broadcasts. 
Simplified Direction Facility. 

UHF navigational facility-omnidirectional course and distance information. 
VHF navigational facility-omnidirectional course only. 

Collocated VOR navigational facility and UHF standard distance measuring equipment. 
Collocated VOR and TACAN navigational facilities. 
Without voice on radio facility frequency. 
VHF station location marker at a LF radio facility. 



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20 



DIRECTORY LEGEND 

ILS FACILITY PEFORMANCE CLASSIFICATION CODES 



Codes define the ability of an ILS to support autoland operations. The two portions of the code represent Official Category 
and farthest point along a Category I, II, or III approach that the Localizer meets Category III structure tolerances. 

Official Category: I, II, or III; the lowest minima on published or unpublished procedures supported by the ILS. 

Farthest point of satisfactory Category III Localizer performance for Category I, II, or III approaches: A - 4 NM prior to 
runway threshold, B - 3500 ft prior to runway threshold, C - glide angle dependent but generally 750-1000 ft prior to 
threshold, T - runway threshold, D - 3000 ft after runway threshold, and E - 2000 ft prior to stop end of runway. 

ILS information is tabulated as indicated in the following sample: 

ILS/DME 108.5 l-ORL Chan 22 Rwy 18. Class HE. LOM HERNY NDB. 



ILS Facility Performance 
Classification Code 

FREQUENCY PAIRING PLAN AND MLS CHANNELING 



MLS 


VHF 


TACAN 


MLS 


VHF 


TACAN 


MLS 


VHF 


TACAN 


CHANNEL 


FREQUENCY 


CHANNEL 


CHANNEL 


FREQUENCY 


CHANNEL 


CHANNEL 


FREQUENCY 


CHANNEL 


500 


108.10 


18X 


568 


109.45 


31Y 


636 


114.15 


88Y 


502 


108.30 


20X 


570 


109.55 


32Y 


638 


114.25 


89Y 


504 


108.50 


22X 


572 


109.65 


33Y 


640 


114.35 


90Y 


506 


108.70 


24X 


574 


109.75 


34Y 


642 


114.45 


91Y 


508 


108.90 


26X 


576 


109.85 


35Y 


644 


114.55 


92Y 


510 


109.10 


28X 


578 


109.95 


36Y 


646 


114.65 


93Y 


512 


109.30 


30X 


580 


110.05 


37Y 


648 


114.75 


94Y 


514 


109.50 


32X 


582 


110.15 


38Y 


650 


114.85 


95Y 


515 


109.70 


34X 


584 


110.25 


39Y 


652 


114.95 


96Y 


518 


109.90 


36X 


586 


110.35 


40Y 


654 


115.05 


97Y 


520 


110.10 


38X 


588 


110.45 


41Y 


656 


115.15 


98Y 


522 


110.30 


40X 


590 


110.55 


42Y 


658 


115.25 


99Y 


524 


110.50 


42X 


592 


110.65 


43Y 


660 


115.35 


100Y 


526 


110.70 


44X 


594 


110.75 


44Y 


662 


115.45 


101Y 


528 


110.90 


46X 


596 


110.85 


45Y 


664 


115.55 


102Y 


530 


111.10 


48X 


598 


110.95 


46Y 


666 


115.65 


103Y 


532 


111.30 


50X 


600 


111.05 


47Y 


668 


115.75 


104Y 


534 


111.50 


52X 


602 


111.15 


48Y 


670 


115.85 


105Y 


536 


111.70 


54X 


604 


111.25 


49Y 


672 


115.95 


106Y 


538 


111.90 


56X 


606 


111.35 


SOY 


674 


116.05 


107Y 


540 


108.05 


17Y 


608 


111.45 


51Y 


676 


116.15 


108Y 


542 


108.15 


18Y 


610 


111.55 


52Y 


678 


116.25 


109Y 


544 


108.25 


19Y 


612 


111.65 


53Y 


680 


116.35 


HOY 


546 


108.35 


20Y 


614 


111.75 


54Y 


682 


116.45 


111Y 


548 


108.45 


21Y 


616 


111.85 


55Y 


684 


116.55 


112Y 


550 


108.55 


22Y 


618 


111.95 


56Y 


686 


116.65 


113Y 


552 


108.65 


23Y 


620 


113.35 


80Y 


688 


116.75 


114Y 


554 


108.75 


24Y 


622 


113.45 


81Y 


690 


116.85 


115Y 


556 


108.85 


25Y 


624 


113.55 


82Y 


692 


116.95 


116Y 


558 


108.95 


26Y 


626 


113.65 


83Y 


694 


117.05 


117Y 


560 


109.05 


27Y 


628 


113.75 


84Y 


696 


117.15 


118Y 


562 


109.15 


28Y 


630 


113.85 


85Y 


698 


117.25 


119Y 


564 


109.25 


29Y 


632 


113.95 


86Y 








566 


109.35 


30Y 


634 


114.05 


87Y 









FREQUENCY PAIRING PLAN AND MLS CHANNELING 

The following is a list of paired VOR/ILS VHF frequencies with TACAN channels and MLS channels. 



TACAN 


VHF 


MLS 


TACAN 


VHF 


MLS 


TACAN 


VHF 


MLS 


CHANNEL 


FREQUENCY 


CHANNEL 


CHANNEL 


FREQUENCY 


CHANNEL 


CHANNEL 


FREQUENCY 


CHANNEL 


2X 


134.5 




19Y 


108.25 


544 


25X 


108.80 




2Y 


134.55 




20X 


108.30 


502 


25Y 


108.85 


556 


11X 


135.4 




20Y 


108.35 


546 


26X 


108.90 


508 


11Y 


135.45 




21X 


108.40 




26Y 


108.95 


558 


12X 


135.5 




21Y 


108.45 


548 


27X 


109.00 




12Y 


135.55 




22X 


108.50 


504 


27Y 


109.05 


560 


17X 


108.00 




22Y 


108.55 


550 


28X 


109.10 


510 


17Y 


108.05 


540 


23X 


108.60 




28Y 


109.15 


562 


18X 


108.10 


500 


23Y 


108.65 


552 


29X 


109.20 




18Y 


108.15 


542 


24X 


108.70 


506 


29Y 


109.25 


564 


19X 


108.20 




24Y 


108.75 


554 


30X 


109.30 


512 



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DIRECTORY LEGEND 



21 



TACAN 


VHF 


MLS 


TACAN 


VHF 


MLS 


TACAN 


VHF 


MLS 


CHANNEL 


FREQUENCY 


CHANNEL 


CHANNEL 


FREQUENCY 


CHANNEL 


CHANNEL 


FREQUENCY 


CHANNEL 


30Y 


109.35 


566 


63X 


133.60 




95Y 


114.85 


650 


31X 


109.40 




63Y 


133.65 




96X 


114.90 




31Y 


109.45 


568 


64X 


133.70 




96Y 


114.95 


652 


32X 


109.50 


514 


64Y 


133.75 




97X 


115.00 




32Y 


109.55 


570 


65X 


133.80 




97Y 


115.05 


654 


33X 


109.60 




65Y 


133.85 




98X 


115.10 




33Y 


109.65 


572 


66X 


133.90 




98Y 


115.15 


656 


34X 


109.70 


515 


66Y 


133.95 




99X 


115.20 




34Y 


109.75 


574 


67X 


134.00 




99Y 


115.25 


658 


35X 


109.80 




67Y 


134.05 




100X 


115.30 




35Y 


109.85 


576 


68X 


134.10 




100Y 


115.35 


660 


36X 


109.90 


518 


68Y 


134.15 




10 IX 


115.40 




36Y 


109.95 


578 


69X 


134.20 




10 1Y 


115.45 


662 


37X 


110.00 




69Y 


134.25 




102X 


115.50 




37Y 


110.05 


580 


70X 


112.30 




102Y 


115.55 


664 


38X 


110.10 


520 


70Y 


112.35 




103X 


115.60 




38Y 


110.15 


582 


71X 


112.40 




103Y 


115.65 


666 


39X 


110.20 




71Y 


112.45 




104X 


115.70 




39Y 


110.25 


584 


72X 


112.50 




104Y 


115.75 


668 


40X 


110.30 


522 


72Y 


112.55 




105X 


115.80 




40Y 


110.35 


586 


73X 


112.60 




105Y 


115.85 


670 


41X 


110.40 




73Y 


112.65 




106X 


115.90 




41Y 


110.45 


588 


74X 


112.70 




106Y 


115.95 


672 


42X 


110.50 


524 


74Y 


112.75 




10 7X 


116.00 




42Y 


110.55 


590 


75X 


112.80 




107Y 


116.05 


674 


43X 


110.60 




75Y 


112.85 




108X 


116.10 




43Y 


110.65 


592 


76X 


112.90 




108Y 


116.15 


676 


44X 


110.70 


526 


76Y 


112.95 




109X 


116.20 




44Y 


110.75 


594 


77X 


113.00 




109Y 


116.25 


678 


45X 


110.80 




77Y 


113.05 




110X 


116.30 




45Y 


110.85 


596 


78X 


113.10 




HOY 


116.35 


680 


46X 


110.90 


528 


78Y 


113.15 




111X 


116.40 




46Y 


110.95 


598 


79X 


113.20 




111Y 


116.45 


682 


47X 


111.00 




79Y 


113.25 




112X 


116.50 




47Y 


111.05 


600 


80X 


113.30 




112Y 


116.55 


684 


48X 


111.10 


530 


SOY 


113.35 


620 


113X 


116.60 




48Y 


111.15 


602 


SIX 


113.40 




113Y 


116.65 


686 


49X 


111.20 




81Y 


113.45 


622 


114X 


116.70 




49Y 


111.25 


604 


82X 


113.50 




114Y 


116.75 


688 


50X 


111.30 


532 


82Y 


113.55 


624 


115X 


116.80 




50Y 


111.35 


606 


83X 


113.60 




115Y 


116.85 


690 


5 IX 


111.40 




83Y 


113.65 


626 


116X 


116.90 




51Y 


111.45 


608 


84X 


113.70 




116Y 


116.95 


692 


52X 


111.50 


534 


84Y 


113.75 


628 


117X 


117.00 




52Y 


111.55 


610 


85X 


113.80 




117Y 


117.05 


694 


53X 


111.60 




85Y 


113.85 


630 


118X 


117.10 




53Y 


111.65 


612 


86X 


113.90 




118Y 


117.15 


696 


54X 


111.70 


536 


86 Y 


113.95 


632 


119X 


117.20 




54Y 


111.75 


614 


87X 


114.00 




119Y 


117.25 


698 


55X 


111.80 




87Y 


114.05 


634 


120X 


117.30 




55Y 


111.85 


616 


8SX 


114.10 




120Y 


117.35 




56X 


111.90 


538 


88Y 


114.15 


636 


121X 


117.40 




56Y 


111.95 


618 


89X 


114.20 




121Y 


117.45 




57X 


112.00 




89Y 


114.25 


638 


122X 


117.50 




57Y 


112.05 




90X 


114.30 




122Y 


117.55 




58X 


112.10 




90Y 


114.35 


640 


123X 


117.60 




58Y 


112.15 




91X 


114.40 




123Y 


117.65 




59X 


112.20 




91Y 


114.45 


642 


124X 


117.70 




59Y 


112.25 




92X 


114.50 




124Y 


117.75 




60X 


133.30 




92Y 


114.55 


644 


125X 


117.80 




60Y 


133.35 




93X 


114.60 




125Y 


117.85 




61X 


133.40 




93Y 


114.65 


646 


126X 


117.90 




61Y 


133.45 




94X 


114.70 




126Y 


117.95 




62X 


133.50 




94Y 


114.75 


648 








62Y 


133.55 




95X 


114.80 











© COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: 

These remarks consist of pertinent information affecting the current status of communications, NAVAIDs and weather. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



198 



TEXAS 



ABERNATHY MUNI (F83) 4E UTC-6(-5DT) N33°50.75' W101°45.78 
3327 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-S MIRL 

RWV 17: Road. RWY 35: Road. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to 

increase ints ACTIVATE-122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 Unicom unmonitored. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBB. 

LUBBOCK (L)VORTACW 109.2 LBB Chan 29 N33°42.30' 
W101°54.84' 031° 11.3 NM tofld. 3310/11E. HIWAS. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-6H 




<f-T — : 



35 



ABILENE RGNL (ABI) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°24.68' W99°40.91' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

1791 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, Al + 0X1,2 Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE ABI H-6H, L-17B 

RWY 17R-35L: H7202X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-85, D-160, ST-175, DT-160 MIRL 0.4% up S IAP, AD 

RWY 17R: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 58'. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 35L: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. 
RWY 17L-35R: H 7198X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-130, ST-165, 

DT-160 HIRL 



RWY 17L: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 43'. Ground 
RWY35R: MALSR. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 04-22: H3575X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-60 
0.3% up NE 
RWY 22: Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY 04: TORA-3678 TODA-3678 

TORA-7198 

TORA-7202 

TORA-3678 

TORA-7202 

TORA-7198 



RWY 17L: 
RWY 17R: 
RWY 22: 
RWY 35L: 
RWY 35R: 



ASDA-3678 
ASDA-7198 
ASDA-7202 
ASDA-3678 
ASDA-7202 
ASDA-7198 



LDA-3678 
LDA-7198 
LDA-7202 
LDA-3678 
LDA-7202 
LDA-7198 




TODA-7198 
TODA-7202 
TODA-3678 
TODA-7202 
TODA-7198 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Uncontrolled arpt 2 NM NE 
of arpt pattern altitude 2300'. Rwy 04-22 not available for air 
carrier ops with over 9 passenger seats. First 250' Rwy 17L and 
Rwy 35R ungrooved. Rwy 35L runway visual range touchdown avbl. Twy D between Twy M and Twy Dl not visible 
from twr. West terminal ramp at Twy CI clsd indef. Twy D Igts south of Twy M OTS indef. Windsock Igts OTS 
indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (325) 676-3524. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 118.25 (325) 677-1597 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122.65 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 125.0 (East) 127.2 (West) 
TOWER 120.1 GND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 

(H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' W99°51.81 

azimuth unusable 062°-094° byd 30 NM bio 4,500'. 
TUSCOLA (DVORW/DME 111.6 TQA Chan 53 N32°14.15' W99°49.01 

NOTAM FILE FTW. 
TOMHI NDB (LOM) 353 AB N32°17.93' W99°40.45' 349° 6.8 NM to fid. 
ILS/DME 110.3 l-ABI Chan 40 Rwy 35R. Class IT. LOM TOMHI NDB 
ASR 



104° 10.1 NM to fid. 1810/10E. TACAN 
023° 12.6 NM to fid. 2018/10E. 



ADDISON 



(See DALLAS) 



AERO COUNTRY (see mckinney) 



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TEXAS 



199 



AERO ESTATES (see frankston) 



AIR PARK-DALLAS (see Dallas) 



AIRPARK EAST (see Dallas) 



ALAMO N29°36.46' W98°34.18' NOTAM FILE SAT. 
NDB (LOM) 368 AN 122° 6.9 NM to San Antonio Intl. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C 



ALBANY MUNI (T23) 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N32M3.28' W99°16.06' 
1425 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. P-IIne. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low 

ints, to incr ints ACTIVATE 123.5. PAPI Rwys 17 and 35 opr 

continuously. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 

ABILENE (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' 
W99°51.81' 054° 33.4 NM to fid. 1810/10E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
H-6H, L-17B 



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ALIBI N30°25.92' W95°28.58' NOTAM FILE CXO. 

NDB (LOM) 281 CX 141° 5.8 NM to Lone Star Executive. 



ALICE INTL (ALI) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N27°44.45' W98°01.62' 
178 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, B+ NOTAM FILE ALI 
RWV 13-31: H5997X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWV 13: REIL. Tree. 

RWV 31: MALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47'. Trees. 
RWV 17-35: H4490X100 (ASPH) S-23 MIRL 

RWV 17: Tree. RWV 35: P line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t, Sat 

1500-1900Z:t. ACTIVATE MALS Rwy 31 and PAPI Rwy 31-CTAF. 
MIRL Rwy 13-31 and Rwy 17-35 preset low ints dusk-0500Z:t, to 
increase ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. After 0500Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.225 (361) 668-0069. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
RCO 122.6 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® KINGSVILLE APP/DEP CON 119.9 (Mon-Thu 1330-0530ZT-, Fri 

1330-2330ZT., clsd Sat, Sun and holidays by NOTAM) other 
times etc ©HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

CORPUS CHRISTI (H)VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' 

W97°26.69' 244° 32.5 NM to fid. 60/9E. HIWAS. 
(L)VORW 114.5 ALI N27°44.39' W98°01.28' at fid. 

NOTAM FILE ALI. 
ILS/DME 109.3 l-ALI Chan 30 Rwy 31. LOC only. 




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200 



TEXAS 



ALLEN 

KITTYHAWK (0T7) 1 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°07.57' W96°41.02' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

700 NOTAM FILE FTW COPTER 

RWY 18-36: 2300X195 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY IB: Thld dsplcd 95'. Road. RWY 36: Bldg. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Rwy 18-36 surface soft after rain. Rwy 18 dsplcd thld marked by two green 

lights on both sides of the rwy. NSTD LIRL, homemade with fruit jar lens and 3 green thld Igts both ends. 

ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 18-36—122.75. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



A.L. MANGHAM JR. RGNL (see nacogdoches) 



ALPINE 

ALPINE— CASPARIS MUNI (E38) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°23.05' W103°41.02 
4515 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE E38 
RWY 01-19: H6003X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 1.1% up S 

RWY 01: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 27'. P-line. 

RWY 16: VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 27'. Fence. 
RWY 05-23: H5018X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 1.2% up SW 

RWY 05: Fence. RWY 23: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300ZJ:, Sun 

1600-2000Z:t. MIRL Rwy 01-19 preset low ints, to incr ints and 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23 CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.025 (432) 837-9613 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

ALBUQUEROUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.875 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVI6ATI0N: NOTAM FILE FST. 

FORT STOCKTON (H) VORTAC 116.9 FST Chan 116 N30°57.13' 
W102°58.54' 216° 50.0 NM to fid. 2893/11E. HIWAS. 

6REWSTER CO NDB (MHW)412 BWR N30°27.49' W103°38.81' 
194° 4.8 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE SJT. 



TERLINGUA RANCH (1E2) 57 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N29°27.01' W103°23.91' 
3769 NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 02-20: 4700X80 (GRVL) 

RWY 02: Brush. RWY 20: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Thu-Sat 1500-2300Z:t. Rwy 02-20 surface very loose, 1 ft deep rut across rwy 

approximately 2000 ft from AER 20. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.9 




ALVIE COLE RANCH (See sterling city) 



ALVIN AIRPARK (6R5) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N29 24.93' W95°17.35' 
43 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 06-24: 1500X80 (TURF) 

RWY 06: P lines. RWY 24: Trees. 

RWY 03-21: 1420X75 (TURF) 

RWY 03: Trees. RWY 21: Trees. 

RWY 12-30: 830X60 (TURF) 

RWY 12: P-lines. RWY 30: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



HOUSTON 
COPTER 



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TEXAS 



201 



AMARILLO 



BUFFALO (1E7) 9S UTC-6(-5DT) N35°03.90' W101°52.75' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

3640 B S2 FUEL 100LL, MOGAS NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 02-20: 6200X150 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWV 02: Fence. RWV 20: Road. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 08-2E: 1600X102 (TURF) 

RWVOO:Pline. RWV 20: Sign. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Extensive radio controlled model acft activity N end of arpt. Rwy 02-20 NSTD 

LIRL, first 3000' north end of rwy lighted. Thld lights at north end only. Rotating ben OTS indef. Rwy 02-20 LIRL 

OTS indef. For rotating ben after 0700Z4: call 806-622-1374. For LIRL after 0700Zt call 806-622-1374. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



PALO DURO (1E4) 3S UTC-6(-5DT) N35°08.52' W101°50.28' 
3639 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: 3700X50 (TURF-GRVL) 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



RWV 17: Fence. RWV 35: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt hazardous for transients; rwy not marked or defined; 60' T-line across thld 

Rwy 17. Rwy 17-35 soft when wet on S end, loose gravel on rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



RICK HUSBAND AMARILLO INTL (ama) 6e utc-6(-5dt) N35°i3.i6' wioi°42.36 

3607 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al +, B 0X2,4 

TPA — See Remarks LRA ARFF Index — See Remarks NOTAM FILE AMA 
RWV 04-22: H13502X200 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-200, ST-175, 

DT-400 HIRL(NSTD) 

RWV 04: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. 

RWV 22: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 62'. 
RWV 13-31: H7901X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-200, ST-175, 

DT-400, HIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI(P4L). RWY 31: REIL. PAPI(P4L). 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-GG, L-156 

IAP, AD 



RWV 04: 
RWV 13: 
RWV 22: 
RWV 31 



T0RA-13502 
T0RA-7901 
T0RA-13502 
T0RA-7901 



T0DA-13502 
T0DA-7901 
TODA-13502 
T0DA-7901 



ASDA-13502 
ASDA-7901 
ASDA-13502 
ASDA-7901 



LDA-13502 

LDA-7901 

LDA-13502 

LDA-7901 




AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Class I, ARFF Index B. ARFF 

Index C Equipment avbl. TPA for propeller acft 4502 (895), 

turbojet acft 5002 (1395), overhead 5502 (1895). Rwy 04-22 

center 130' grvd full length. Rwy 04 rwy visual range avbl 

1100-0600Z:t" etc twr. Rwy 22 runway visual range rollout avbl. 

NSTD HIRL due to spacing. HIRL 60' from rwy edge, NSTD 

distance from centerline — pavement outside rwy edge stripes may 

not be full strength and depth perception problems may exist during periods of darkness. When twr clsd HIRL 

Rwy 04-22 and Rwy 13-31 preset medium ints only, ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 13 and MALSR Rwy 04 and Rwy 

22—118.3. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (806) 335-1060. HIWAS 116.6 PNH. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.3 ATIS 118.85 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.65 (FORT WORTH RADIO). 
® APP/DEP CON 119.5 (1200-0600Z:t.) 
® ALBUDUEROUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 (0600-1200Z:t.) 

TOWER 118.3 (1200-0600Z:t) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 121.65 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve 1200-0600Z4: etc APP CON other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

PANHANDLE (H)VORTACW 116.6 PNH Chan 113 N35°14.10' W101°41.94' at fid. 3595/8E. HIWAS. 

PANDE NDB (HW/LOM) 251 AM N35°08.79' W101°48.33' 039° 6.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE AMA. 
Unmonitored when twr clsd. 

ILS 110.3 l-AMA Rwy 04. Class IA. LOM PANDE NDB. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. 

LDA/DME 111.1 l-RIQ Chan 48 Rwy 22. 

ASR (1200-0600Z4:) 



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TEXAS 



TRADEWIND (TOW) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N35°10.19' W101°49.55' 

3649 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al + 0X3 TPA— 4649(1000) NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H5098X60 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 

RWY 17: REIL. PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Thld dsplcd 290'. 
Fence. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 35: REIL. Thld dsplcd 289'. Trees. 
RWY 05-23: H3000X60 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.5% up SW 

RWY 05: Fence. RWY 23: Pole. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0400Z:t. For svc after hours call 
806-376-1008, call after arrival. Housing and school surrounds 
Rwy 23 end. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35 and Rwy 05-23— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® AMARILLO APP/DEP CON 119.5 121.15 (1200-0600Z:t) 

CLNC DEL 125.4 
® ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 (0600-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

PANHANDLE (H) VORTACW 116.6 PNH Chan 113 N35°14.10' 
W101°41.94' 230° 7.4 NM to fid. 3595/8E. 
HIWAS. 
PANDE NDB (HW/L0M)251 AM N35°08.79' W101°48.33' 
316° 1.7 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE AMA. Unmonitored when twr 
closed. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-6G, L-15B 

IAP 




HELIPAD HI: H50X50 (ASPH) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Helipad HI perimeter lights. 35' p-line (marked) 325' south of helipad. 



AMASON N31°49.97' W94°09.23' NOTAM FILE CXO. 
NDB(MHW)341 CZJ at Center Muni 



HOUSTON 
L-19E 



AMBASSADOR N32°35.13' W95°06.78'. NOTAM FILE FTW. 
NDB(MHW)404 ABG at Ambassador fid. VFR only. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



ANAHUAC 

CHAMBERS CO (T00) 1 E UTC-6(-5DT) N29°46.19' W94°39.81 
21 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 12-30: H3005X60 (ASPH) S-13 LIRL 

RWY 12: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 28'. Trees. 

RWY3B: Road. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 17-35: 1900X300 (TURF) 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Road. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t. Parachute 

Jumping. Rwy 17-35 use extreme care, PAPI Rwy 12 in rwy. Rwy 

17-35 outlined by strip markers. Rwy 17-35 soft when wet. MIRL 

Rwy 12-30 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 134.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

TRINITY (DVORW/DME 113.6 MHF Chan 83 N29°32.78' 
W94°44.85' 011° 14.1 NM to fid. 38/7E. 




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TEXAS 



203 



ANDREWS CO (Ell) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°19.87' W102°31.77' 
3174 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 16-34: H5816X75 (ASPH) S-23, D-37 MIRL 

RWV 16: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. Ground. 

RWV 34: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 11-29: H3048X75 (ASPH) S-17 

RWV 11: Trees. RWV 29: Road. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 02-20: H2939X75 (ASPH) S-23 MIRL 

RWV 02: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 20: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. Ground. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Zt.. Rwy 16 VASI OTS 

indef. Rwy 34 VASI OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20 and Rwy 

16-34— CTAF. VASI Rwy 16 and Rwy 34, PAPI Rwy 20 and REIL 

Rwy 34 opr continuously. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/I.IN IC DM 122.8 

MIDLAND APP/DEP CON 121.1 (1200-0600Z+.) 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.1 (0600-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAF. 

MIDLAND (L)VORTACW 114.8 MAF Chan 95 N32°00.56' 
W102-11.42' 307° 25.9 NM to fid. 2860/11E. 



ALDUOUERQUE 

H-6G, L-6H 

IAP 



HELIPAD HI: H25X25 (ASPH) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Helipad HI + 14' Igt pole 70' NE, 



Residential 




Helipad HI: 25X25 



26' hangar 220' E, +30' tree 250' S, + 54' trees 600' W. 



ANGELINA CO 



(See LUFKIN) 



ANGLETON 



BAILES (7R9) 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N29°10.00' W95°24.06' 
21 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 17-35: 2060X50 (TURF) 

RWV 17: Tree. RWY 35: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.75 



FLYIN TIGER (SID) 6N UTC-6(-5DT) N29 o 15.90' W95-24.75' 
30 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 16-34: 2261X90 (TURF) 

RWV 16: Trees. RWV 34: Trees. 

RWV 17-35: 2200X80 (TURF) 

RWV 17: Road. RWV 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Power lines buried in Rwy 16 and Rwy 17 apch. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



HOUSTON 
COPTER 



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204 



TEXAS 



ANGLETON/LAKE JACKSON 



BRAZORIA CO (LBX) 4 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N29°06.52' W95°27.73' 

25 B S6 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 Class IV, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE LBX 

RWY 17-35: H7000X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-60, D-95, ST-120 MIRL 
RWY 17: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 35: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 40'. 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 17: T0RA-7000 TODA-7000 ASDA-7000 LDA-7000 
RWY 35: TORA-7000 TODA-7000 ASDA-7000 LDA-7000 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1230-0030Z:t, Sat-Sun 

1400-0030Z:t. 100LL fuel avbl 24 hrs self service. For Jet A fuel 
after hrs call 979-319-2740. Arpt located 4.6 NM NW of Lake 
Jackson. PAEW invof rwy and twy 1200-0100Z:t. Rwy 17-35 
rutting and large patches. 24 hrs PPR for air carrier ops with more 
than 30 passenger seats, etc arpt manager 979-849-5755. Air 
carrier ops involving acft with more than 30 passengers are not 
authorized in excess of 15 min before or after scheduled arrival or 
departure times without prior coordination with arpt manager and 
confirmation that ARFF sves are avbl prior to Idg or tkf. MIRL 
Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to incr ints and ACTIVATE MALSR 
Rwy 17— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.925 (979) 849-3319. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 134.45 CLNC DEL 125.2 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GLS. 

SCHOLES (L) VORTACW 113.0 VUH Chan 77 N29°16.16' W94°52.06' 

Unmonitored. 
FREEP NDB (LOM) 253 LB N29°11.66' W95°27.79' 174° 5.1 NM to fid 
1LS 109.1 l-LBX Rwy 17. Class IE. LOM FREEP NDB. 



HOUSTON 

, L-19D, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 




247° 32.7 NM to fid. 4/6E. 



ARANSAS CO (See rockport) 



ARCHER CITY MUNI (T39) 1 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°34.94' W98°37.12' 
1065 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H3200X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWY 17: Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 70' AGL drilling rig 700' northwest of 

Rwy 17-35. Rwy 17-35 loose grvl, tall grass and pot holes on 

rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SPS. 

WICHITA FALLS (H) VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 N33°59.24' 
W98°35.61' 173° 24.3 NM to fid. 1100/10E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17B 



Tl 



ARLEDGE FLD (see stamford) 



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TEXAS 



205 



ARLINGTON MUNI (GKY) 4S UTC-6(-5DT) N32°39.83' W97°05.66' 
628 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 NOTAM FILE GKY 
RWV 16-34: H6080X100 (ASPH) S-60 MIRL 0.5% up NW 

RWV 16: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. RWV 34: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55' 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Self serve fuel with major 
credit card. Helicopter test facility at arpt mostly from private 
helipad adjoining Idg area. Extensive helicopter traffic west of rwy. 
Rwy 34 PAPI unusable byd 8° right of centerline. MIRL Rwy 16-34 
present medium ints, higher ints by twr request. ACTIVATE PAPI 
Rwy 16 and Rwy 34-opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 127.375 (817) 557-0251. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 128.625 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 135.975 

TOWER 128.625 (1300-0300Zt.) GND CON 121.875 
CLNC DEL 118.85 (RGNL APP CON when twr clsd) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1300-0300Z4: other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MAVERICK (H)VORW/DME 113.1 TTT Chan 78 N32°52.15' 

W97°02.43' 186° 12.6 NM to fid. 540/6E. 
ILS/DME 111.55 l-GKY Chan 52(Y) Rwy 34. Class IE. 
LOC unusable byd 15° right of course. ILS unmonitored when 
twr clsd. DME unmonitored. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

COPTER 

H-6H, L-17C.A 

IAP, AD 




ARVILLA N33°03.98' W96°03.68' NOTAM FILE GVT. 
(T) TACAN Chan 33 MJF (109.6) at Majors. 
Unusable: 

026°-034° byd 18 NM bio 2000' 
081°-094° byd 10 NM bio 2000' 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17D 



DALLAS FT-WORTH 
L-17B 



ASPERMONT 

STONEWALL CO (T60) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°10.34' W100°11.86 

1744 B NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWV 17-35: H4000X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 
RWV 17: Trees. RWV 35: P-line 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Wildlife on and invof arpt. Rwy 17-35 
and parallel twy has l"-2" longitudinal and transverse cracks. Rwy 
17-35 has grass growing through cracks. Agricultural activity 
May-Sep at arpt. Access key to arpt at county courthouse. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 
ABILENE (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' 
W99°51.81' 328° 44.7 NM to fid. 1810/10E. 




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ATHENS MUNI (F44) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32 o 09.83' W95°49.70 
444 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H3988X60 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 
RWY 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Fence. 
RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 40'. Fence. Rgttfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1500Zi:-dusk. For fuel after hours call 

903-677-1897. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.25 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

FRANKSTON (L) VORW/DME 111.4 FZT Chan 51 N32°04.48' 

W95-31.85' 283° 16.1 NM to fid. 305/6E. 
NDD(MHW)269 AHX N32°09.56' W95°49.82' at fid. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17D 

IAP 




UTC-6(-5DT) N33°06.11' W94-11.72 
MIRL 0.3% up SW 



ATLANTA 

HALL-MILLER MUNI ( ata) 2 sw 

280 B S4 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 05-23: H3800X60 (ASPH) S-23 
RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L) Trees. 

RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 29'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Deer on airport. 24' marked 

powerline 500' from end of Rwy 23. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 123.925 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TXK. 
TEXARKANA (H) VORTACW 116.3 TXK Chan 110 N33°30.83' 

W94°04.40' 187° 25.4 NM tofld. 270/7E. HIWAS. 
ATLANTA NDB (MHW) 347 ATA N33°06.23' W94°11.43' at fid 
NOTAM FILE FTW. 




ATLANTA N33°06.23' W94°11.43' NOTAM FILE FTW. 
NDB (MHW) 347 ATA at Hall-Miller Muni. 



MEMPHIS 
L-17E 



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AUSTIN 



Helipad HI: 60X60 
Helipad HI : 60 X 60 



AUSTIN— BERGSTROM INTL (aus> 5 se utc-6(-5dt) N3o"ii.67' W97°40.i9' sanantonio 

542 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index D NOTAM FILE AUS H-7C, L-19C, 21A 
RWV 17R-35L: H12248X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-210, ST-175, DT-618 HIRL IAP, AD 

RWV 17R: MALS. PAPI(P4L). Rgt. tfc. 0.6% down. 

RWV 35L: MALSR. PAPI(P4L). 0.3% up. 
RWV 17L-35R: H9000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-210, ST-175, 

DT-618 HIRL CL 

RWV 17L: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L). GA 3.0° TCH 74'. Tower. 

RWV 35R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 17L: TORA-9000 T0DA-9000 ASDA-9000 LDA-9000 

RWV 17R: TORA-12248 TODA-12248 ASDA-12248 LDA-12248 

RWV 35L: TORA-12248 TODA-12248 ASDA-12248 LDA-12248 

RWV 35R: TORA-9000 TODA-9000 ASDA-9000 LDA-9000 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Bird activity on and invof 

arpt. Rwy 17L and Rwy 35R runway visual range touchdown, 

midfield and rollout avbl. Rwy 17R and 35L runway visual range 

touchdown and rollout avbl. PPR general aviation acft on the 

passenger terminal apron, call ops 512-530-7550. During the 

hrs 0600-1200Zt arriving acft will be assigned Rwy 35L or Rwy 

35R and departing acft will be assigned Rwy 17R and Rwy 17L to 

avoid noise sensitive areas. Declared low visibility conditions 

require twr communication prior to push back. Power backs are prohibited during these periods. PPR engine 

maintenance run-ops call ops 512-530-7550. Terminal apron outer taxilane clsd 0200-1400Z:):. Twy G3 clsd 

north of Twy G 0200-1400Z:t:. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (512) 369-7881. WSP. 
COMMUNICATIONS: UNICOM 122.95 D-ATIS 124.4 (512) 369-7867. 

AUSTIN RCO 122.55 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® AUSTIN APP/DEP CON 127.225 (355°-175°) 119.0 (176°-354°) 

AUSTIN TOWER 121.0 GND CON 121.9 121.7 CLNC DEL 125.5 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AUS. 

CENTEX (H)VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' W97°31.79' 207° 13.2 NM to fid. 593/6E. 

CREED NDD (LOM) 255 BS N30°05.38' W97°40.56' 357° 6.3 NM to fid. 

DME also serves Rwy 35L. 
LOM CREED NDB. DME also serves Rwy 

DME also shared with Rwy 35R. 
DME also shared with Rwy 17L. 




ILS/DME 


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Chan 46(Y) Rwy 17R. Class IE 


ILS/DME 


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Chan 46(Y) Rwy 35L. Class IE. 


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ILS/DME 


110.5 


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Chan 42 Rwy 17L. Class 1 1 IE. 


ILS/DME 


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Chan 42 Rwy 35R. Class IE. D 



HELIPAD H1: H60X60 (CONC) 
HELIPAD H2: H60X60 (CONC) 
HELIPAD H3: H50X50 (CONC) 



Cardwell army helipad H3 is rstd to military use only. 



AUSTIN EXECUTIVE (EDO) 12 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°23.85' W97°33.98' SANANTONIO 

620 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT H-7C, L-19C, 21A 

RWV 13-31: H6025X100 (ASPH) D-90 MIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Dsplcd thld 600'. 

RWV 31: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
RWV 16-34: H1550X25 (ASPH) S-8 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300ZT.. Fuel avbl 24 hrs with credit card. Acft tiedowns and buildings within Rwy 

16-34 primary sfc. Rwy 16-34 twy unmarked. Touch and go landings prohibited. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 13-31, 

REIL Rwy 13 and Rwy 31 — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 13 and Rwy 31 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.825 (512) 616-2967. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: 

CENTEX (H)VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' W97°31.79' 295° 2.2 NM to fid. 



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LAKEWAY AIRPARK (3R9) 17 W UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 21.45' W97°59.67 

909 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1900(991) NOTAM FILE SJT 

RWY 16-34: H3930X70 (ASPH) S-9 0.6% up S 
RWV 16: Thld dsplcd 782'. Tree. 
RWY 34: Thld dspcld 624'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel self-service, with credit card. 
Ultralight and glider ops prohibited. Deer on and in vicinity of arpt 
Buildings, trees and parked acft near rwy. PAEW adjacent Rwy 16. 
No touch and go landings. No ops SS-SR per city ordinance. Arpt 
ops limited to acft certified max gross weight 12,500 lbs or less. 
Maintain rwy heading until 400' AGL (1300'MSL) before turning 
for noise abatement. Landing fee for turbines and jets. Overnight 
tiedown fee. Rwy 16-34 marked with numbers, centerline and 
aiming points only. Rwy 16-34 parallel twy clsd indef. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® AUSTIN APP/DEP CON 119.0 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AUS. 

CENTEX (H)VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' 
W97-31.79' 261° 24.1 NM to fid. 593/6E. 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: 2-way radio communications required on 
UNICOM freq. UNICOM not monitored. 




Private 
Taxiwoy 



Rwy 16 34: 3930X70 O 



AUSTIN N30°17.55' W97°42.07' 
RCO 122.55 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 




SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C 


AVENGER FLD (see sweetwater) 


BAILES (See ANGLETON) 


BALLINGER N31 o 40.83' W99°58.50' 
ND6(MHW)239 UBC at Bruce Fid. 


NOTAM FILE SJT. 


SAN ANTONIO 
L-198 



BALLINGER 



BRUCE FLD (E30) 5 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N31 o 40.47' W99°58.62 
1738 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 17-35: H3906X60 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°. TCH 39'. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For fuel call 

325-365-3907/3511/3591/5137. Cash or check only. For arpt 
attendant call 325-365-3907. Deer on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE 
PAPI Rwy 17— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® SAN ANGELO APP/DEP CON 125.35 (1200-0300Z4:) 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.15 (0300-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

SAN ANGELO (H) VORTACW 115.1 SJT Chan 98 N31°22.50' 

W100°27.29' 044° 30.4 NM to fid. 1890/10E. 
6ALLINGER NDD (MHW)239 UBC N31°40.83' W99°58.50' at 
fid. 




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BAY CITY 



HOUSTON 

H-7C, L-19D, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 



BAY CITY MUNI (BYY) 5E UTC-6(-5DT) N28°58.40' W95"51.81' 
45 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BYY 
RWV 13-31: H5107X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-51, DT-82 MIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 24'. Brush. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z4:. Arpt unattended holidays. Rwy 13 PAPI OTS indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.075 (979) 323-1801 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PSX. 

PALACIOS (H)VORTACW 117.3 PSX Chan 120 N28°45.87' W96°18.37' 054° 26.5 NM to fid. 6/8E. 

HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 344 BYY N28°58.35' W95°51.55' at fid. NOTAM FILE BYY. NDB unusable beyond 18 NM 
below 3000'. Unmonitored. 



(T84) 2 S UTC-6(-5DT) N28°57.15' W95°58.41' 



FEHMEL DUSTING SERVICE 

50 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 14-32: H2080X25 (ASPH) S-4 
RWV 14: Trees. RWV 32: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mar-Sep Mon-Sat dalgt hrs, Oct-Feb Mon-Fri dalgt hrs. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



BAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY HELIPORT (See league city) 



BAYTOWN 



BAYTOWN (HPY) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N29°47.17' W94°57.16' 

34 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ TPA-799(765) NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 14-32: H4334X60 (ASPH) S-24 MIRL 

RWV 14: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Thld dsplcd 786'. 

Fence. 

RWV 32: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Thld dsplcd 721'. 

P-line. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 14: TORA-3612 T0DA-3612 ASDA-4334 LDA-3548 

RWV 32: TORA-3548 TODA-3548 ASDA-4334 LDA-3612 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Z4:. PAEW adjacent to Rwy 

14-32. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32, PAPI Rwy 14 and 32, REIL 

Rwy 14 and 32— CTAF. ACTIVATE rotating ben— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 134.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

TRINITY (DVORW/DME 113.6 MHF Chan 83 N29°32.78' 
W94°44.85' 316° 17.9 NM to fid. 38/7E. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: For flight plan filing call Montgomery 

County FSS 1-800-833-5608. 



HDUSTON 

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RWJ AIRPARK (54T) 7E UTC-6(-5DT) N29°45.70' W94°50.79 

30 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CXO 

RWY 08-26: H 50 35X40 (ASPH) S-6 LIRL 

RWY 08: P-lines. RWY 26: Thld dsplcd 939'. Pole. 

RWY 14-32: 3500X100 (TURF) S-4 
RWY 14: Road. RWY 32: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0000Z:t. Rwy 08-26 East 1100' 
60' wide. Twy too narrow for some acft, use extreme care. Twin 
engine acft prohibited on twy. Rwy 26 thld Igts 940' W of rwy end 
For LIRL Rwy 08-26 after 0400Zt- ACTIVATE— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 134.45 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 
TRINITY (DVORW/DME 113.6 MHF Chan 83 N29°32.78' 
W94°44.85' 331° 13.9 NM to fid. 38/7E. 



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WARD AIRPARK (5T0) 1 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N29 o 30.18' W95°56.10' HOUSTON 

105 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 04-22: 3110X100 (TURF) 

RWY 04: P line. RWY 22: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

BEAUMONT MUNI (BMT) 6W UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 04.21' W94°12.91' HOUSTON 

32 B S5 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CXO L-19E, 21A, GOMW 

RWY 13-31: H4001X75 (ASPH) S-17 MIRL IAP 

RWY 13: REIL. PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. Thld dsplcd 332'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 31: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 4.0° TCH 30'. Thld dsplcd 67'. Trees. 
RWY 18-34: 2050X75 (TURF) 

RWY 16: Trees. Rgt tfc. RWY 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400Zt-dusk. Parachute Jumping. 100LL avbl 24 hrs self service with credit card. MIRL 

Rwy 13-31 preset low intensity to increase intensity ACTIVATE — CTAF. Rwy 16-34 marked with painted tires and 

cones. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

RCO 122.2 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 121.3 CLNC DEL 121.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BPT. 

(DVORW/DME 114.5 BPT Chan 92 N29°56.76' W94°00.97' 306° 12.8 NM to fid. 10/7E. HIWAS. 

GOODHUE NDB (MHW) 368 GDE N30°04.23' W94°12.66' at fid. NOTAM FILE CXO. VFR only. OTS indef. 



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211 



5DT) N29°57.05' W94°01.24' 
Class I, ARFF Index A 



-90. 



BEAUMONT/PORT ARTHUR 

SOUTHEAST TEXAS RGNL ( bpt) 9 se utc-6( 

15 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2 LRA 

NOTAM FILE BPT 
RWV 12-30: H6750X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-90, D-170, ST-175, DT-230 

RWV 12: MALSR. Tree. 

RWV 30: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. Tree 
RWV 16-34: H5070X150 (CONC-ASPH-GRVD) S-70, D 

ST-114, DT-145 HIRL 

RWV 16: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Tree. 

RWV 34: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 12: TORA-6750 TODA-6750 ASDA-6750 LDA-6750 

RWV 16: T0RA-5070 T0DA-5070 ASDA-5070 LDA-5070 

RWV 30: TORA-6750 TODA-6750 ASDA-6750 LDA-6750 

RWV 34: TORA-5070 T0DA-5070 ASDA-5070 LDA-5070 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Bird activity on and invof 

arpt. Rwy 16-34 first 4271' of Rwy 34 grvd. Rwy 34 windsock OTS 

indef. When twr clsd HIRL Rwy 12-30, REIL Rwy 30, HIRL Rwy 

16-34 and REIL Rwy 16 and Rwy 34 preset med ints. ACTIVATE 

MALSR Rwy 12— CTAF. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) 

available. NOTE: Special Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs 

Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (409) 722-3408. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.5 ATIS 126.3 UNICOM 122.95 

BEAUMONT RCO 122.2 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 121.3 

BEAUMONT TOWER 119.5 (1200-0400Z4:) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 118.3 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0400Z:t. other times CLASS E. 

TRSA svc etc APP CON 25 NM out. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BPT. 

BEAUMONT (L) VORW/DME 114.5 BPT Chan 92 N29°56.76' W94°00.97' 

SABINE PASS (DVORW/DME 115.4 SBI Chan 101 N29°41.20' W94°02.28' 
NOTAM FILE CXO. 

ILS/DME 110.15 l-BPT Chan 38(Y) Rwy 12. ILS unmonitored when twr closed. 

ASR (1200-0400Zfl 



HOUSTON 

19E, 21A, GOMW 

IAP, AD 




atfld. 10/7E. HIWAS. 

356° 15.8 NM to fid. 10/7E. 



UTC-6(-5DT) N28°21.71' W97°47.46' 
NOTAM FILE BEA 

MIRL 0.5% up NW 

Road. 

Road. 



BEEVILLE MUNI ( bea) 3 sw 

268 B FUEL 100LL, JET A 

RWV 12-30: H4551X75 (ASPH) S-25 

RWV 12: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20' 

RWV 30: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26' 
RWV 18-3B: 2530X60 (TURF) 

RWV 18: P line. RWY 36: P-line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For svc after hrs call 361-358-0410 

Rwy 18-36 thlds marked with reflective traffic cones. ACTIVATE 

MIRL Rwy 12-30— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.675 (361) 362-7627. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

THREE RIVERS (L)VORTAC 111.4 THX Chan 51 N28°30.30' 
W98°09.03' 106° 20.9 NM to fid. 270/8E. 



SAN ANTONIO 

L-20H, 21A, GOMW 

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212 TEXAS 

BELLVILLE 

GRAWUNDER FLD (06R) 1 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N29 56.51' W96°14.76' HOUSTON 

289 NOTAM FILE CXO 

RWY 15-33: H2480X30 (ASPH) S-4 LIRL (NSTD) 
RWY 1 5: Tree. RWY 33: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. 2' electric fence around rwys for cattle guard. Rwy 15-33 south end 45' 
lower than north end. Rwy 15 thld relocated 135' for ngt ops. Rwy 33 thld relocated 126' for ngt ops. 2219' of 
rwy Igtd at night. Rwy 15-33 unmarked. Primary sfc obstructed by 20-30 ft trees at AER 33, 65 ft west of 
centerline, from thld to 250 ft and 90 ft east of centerline from thld to 400 ft. Rwy 15-33 NSTD LIRL North 135' 
and South 126' not Igtd. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

BENGER AIR PARK (see friona) 
BERCLAIR 

GOLIAD CO INDUSTRIAL AIRPARK (7T3) 5N UTC-6(-5DT) N28"36.5i' W97*3B.57' SAN ANTONIO 

324 NOTAM FILE SJT H-7C, L-20H, 21A 

RWY 10-28: H8000X150 (ASPH-CONC) 

RWY 10: Brush. RWY 28: Brush. 

RWY 16-34: H8000X150 (ASPH) 

RWY 16: Brush. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 10-28 CLOSED indef. Rwy 10-28 first 1000' each rwy end cone, middle section 

asph. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT 

THREE RIVERS (L)VORTAC 111.4 THX Chan 51 N28°30.30' W98°07.03' 070° 29.2 NM to fid. 270/8E. 

BIGGS AAF (FORT BLISS) (BIF)(KBIF) A 5 NE UTC-7(-6DT) N31°50.97' W106°22.80' EL PASO 

3946 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE ABQ Not insp. H-4K, L-6F 

RWY 03-21: H13554X150 (PEM) PCN 91 R/C/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWY 03: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. RWY 21: ALSF1. REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Rgt tfc. 0.3% down. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT When unattended ACTIVATE— HIRL, PAPI Rwy 03-21—127.9 JASU 4(A/M32A-86) 
l(A/M32-95). FUELA+ FLUID SP OIL SOAP 

MILITARY REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-0500Z:t, Sat 1500-2300Zt, except holidays. See FLIP AP/1 

Supplementary Arpt Remark. RSTD PPR all acft. TWR, OPS and fuel H24 for military acft with PPR. Civilian acft 24 
hr prior notice. CAUTION El Paso Intl Rwy 22 2 NM SE can be mistaken for Rwy 21. Coyote hazard. TFC PAT Fixed 
Wing Category CDE turbo prop 5500(1554), Rotary Wing 4500(554), Jet 6000(2054). NS A6TMT VFR west arr/dep 
via mountain pass 15 NM NW of Biggs AAF. Avoid VFR over flight of city. Fly 1500' AGL, 1500' horizontal 
distance from mountain dwellings. MISC Security guard approval rqr for access to ramp. Base OPS DSN 
621-8811/8330, C915-744-8811/8330. Wx forecast avbl from Davis Monthan AFB, DSN 228-6598/6599. 

COMMUNICATIONS: PTD 122.7 

EL PASO APP CON 119.15 353.5 (South of V16) 124.25 298.85 (North of V16) 

TOWER 127.9 342.25 (Weekdays 1400-0000Z:t excluding holidays). Advisory sve twr freq other times. 

EL PASO DEP CON 121.3 263.0 

EL PASO CLNC DEL 125.0 379.1 AN6 OPS 49.95 143.125 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1400-0000Z:t except holidays other times Class E. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABQ. 

NEWMAN (L)VORTACW 112.4 EWM Chan 71 N31°57.10' W106°16.34' 210° 8.2 NM to fid. 4040/12E. 
DME portion unusable 220°-255° byd 25 NM bio 12,000'. 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar— See Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



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BIG LAKE 



REAGAN CO (E41) 1W UTC-6(-5DT) N31°11.93' W101°28.35' 
2706 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 16-34: H4031X50 (ASPH) S-14 MIRL 

RWV 16: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Brush. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 34: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 40'. Pole. 
RWV 09-27: 3460X80 (DIRT) 

RWV 09: Brush. RWV 27: Brush. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For fuel call 325-884-2576 or 

325-650-3133. Deer on and invof rwys. Rwy 27 4 ft fence 75 ft 

from thld with 12 ft trees on fenceline across apch. ACTIVATE 

MIRL Rwy 16-34 and PAPI Rwy 16, PAPI Rwy 34— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

SAN ANGELO (H) VORTACW 115.1 SJT Chan 98 N31°22.50' 
W100-27.29' 249° 53.4 NM to fid. 1890/10E. 



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BIG SPRING McMAHON-WRINKLE 

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2573 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 17-35: H8802X100 (ASPH-CONC) 
MIRL 

RWV 17: SSALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 35: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 36'. 
RWV 06-24: H4601X75 (ASPH) MIRL 0.6% up NE 

RWV 06: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 2.97° TCH 31'. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 24: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.55° TCH 37'. P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300ZJ;. For fuel after 

hours call 432-267-8952 or 432-935-3395.. Prairie dogs on 

rwys and twys. Extensive agricultural ops invof arpt. Sandhill 

Cranes crossing in the spring and fall. MIRL Rwy 06-24 and Rwy 

17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE SSALS Rwy 

17 and PVASI Rwy 06, Rwy 24, and PAPI Rwy 17 and 

Rwy 35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.025 (432) 263-3842. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAFAINICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.4 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BPG. 

(L) VORTACW 114.3 BGS Chan 90 N32°23.14' W101°29.02' 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 

H-6G, L-6H 

IAP 




180° 10.5 NM to fid. 2670/11E. 



BISHOP'S LANDING (See celina) 



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TEXAS 



BISHOP MUNI (07R) 3 NE UTC-6{-5DT) N27°36.62' W97°45.12 
55 B NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 15-33: H3200X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY15:Road. RWY 33: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 15-33 intensive jet tfc 1300' & 

above, etc Kingsville NAS app con for instructions. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 15-33— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

CORPUS CHRISTI (H) VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' 
W97°26.69' 214° 24.0 NM to fid. 60/9E. HIWAS. 




BOERNE STAGE FLD 



(See SAN ANTONIO) 



BONHAM N33°32.25' W96°14.05' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(H) VORTACW 114.6 BYP Chan 93 025° 5.3 NM to Jones Fid. 700/6E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
HIWAS. H-6H, L-17D, A 



BONHAM 



JONES FLD (F00) 2N UTC-6(-5DT) N33°36.79' W96°10.76' 
618 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. 

RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Tues-Sun dalgt hours. For arpt attendant 

on Mondays or after hours, call 903-583-2141. Fuel avbl with 

credit card. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35, PAPI Rwys 17 and 

35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: HIWAS 114.6 BYP. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

BONHAM (H) VORTACW 114.6 BYP Chan 93 N33°32.25' 
W96°14.05' 025° 5.3 NM to fid. 700/6E. HIWAS. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: UNICOM OTS indef. 



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AWOS-3 119.525 



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BORGER 

HUTCHINSON CO ibgdi 2n 

3055 B FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 17-35: H6300X100 (ASPH) 



UTC-6(-5DT) N35°42.05' W101°23.62' 

NOTAM FILE BGD 
S-60, D-100 MIRL 0.9% up S 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-6G, L-15B 

IAP 



RWV 17: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 36'. 

RWV 35: PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0°. 
RWV 03-21: H3898X100 (ASPH) S-60, D-100 MIRL 0.5% up 

SW 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-0200Z:t, Sat-Sun 

1400-0100Z:t. Wildlife on and invof arpt. PAEW ramp area. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21 and Rwy 17-35, PAPI Rwy 17 and Rwy 

35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.325 (806) 274-7318. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® AMARILLO APP/DEP CON 119.5 121.15 (1200-0600ZT-) 
J3) ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 (0600-1200ZJ:) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BGD. 

BORGER (L)VORTACW 108.6 BGD Chan 23 N35°48.43' 
W101°22.93' 174° 6.4 NM to fid. 3130/11E. 



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(L)VORTACW 108.6 BGD Chan 23 174° 6.4 NM to Hutchinson Co. 3130/11E. 


DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
H-6G, L-15B 


BOURLAND FLO (see fort worth) 


BOWIE N33°32.15' W97°49.28' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(H)VORTACW 112.4 UKW Chan 71 024° 4.6 NM to Bowie Muni. 1100/6E. HIWAS. 


DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
H-6H, 5B, L-17C.A 



BOWIE MUNI (0F2) 4 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°36.10' W97°46.53 
1101 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H3603X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.5% up N 
RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 
RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-OOOOZd;, Sat 

1400-1800ZJ;. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. Rwy 17-35 
surface adjacent to the pavement is more than 1.5 inches below 
rwy in various places. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.75 (940) 872-2366. 

HIWAS 112.4 UKW. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.25 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 
(H)VORTACW 112.4 UKW Chan 71 N33°32.15' 

W97°49.28' 024° 4.6 NM to fid. 1100/6E. HIWAS. 
GRINDSTONE MOUNTAIN NDB (MHW) 356 GMZ N33°36.32' 
W97°46.40' at fid. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17C.A 

IAP 




BRADY N31°10.67' W99°19.36'. NOTAM FILE SJT. 
NDB (MHW) 380 BBD at Curtis Fid. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19B 



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216 



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BRADY 



CURTIS FLD (BBD) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DTI N31 :, 10.76' W99 ,; 19.44' 
1827 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 17-35: H4605X75 (ASPH) S-21 MIRL 0.7% up N 

RWV 17: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWY 35: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0 TCH 40'. 
RWY 08-26: 3520X110 (TURF) 0.3% up E 

RWY 08: Fence. RWY 26: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hrs. For fuel or attendant after hours 

call 325-597-2445. Rwy 08-26 CLOSED except for tailwheel acft 

and helicopter. Deer on and invof arpt. Rwy 08-26 W end very 

rough. Rwy 08-26 marked with white tires. Overnight tiedown fee. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.375 (325) 597-9139 or 

1-800-510-1996. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.35 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AQO. 

LLANO (L)VORTACW 108.2 LLO Chan 19 N30°47.78' 
W98°47.24' 302° 35.9 NM to fid. 1200/8E. HIWAS. 

BRADY NDB (MHW) 380 BBD N31°10.67' W99°19.36' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE SJT. 




BRAZORIA CO (see 


ANGLETON/LAKE JACKSON) 




BRAZOS 133 (bbf) 

AWOS-3 118.825 


N27-50.10' W96-00.78' 


L— 201. 21A, GOMW 


BRAZOS 451 (bqx) 

AWOS-3 118.375 


N28-29.62' W95°43.47' 


L— 201. 21A, GOMW 


BRAZOS RIVER N32° 

NDB (MHW) 280 QZ\ 


57.09' W98°24.79' 

208° 2.1 NM to Possum Kingdom. Unmonitored 2300-1300ZT-. 


DALLAS-FT WORTH 
L-17B 



BRECKENRIDGE 

STEPHENS CO (BKD) 2S UTC-6(-5DT) N32 43.13' W98°53.50 
1284 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H4998X100 (ASPH) S-19 MIRL 0.5% up S 

RWY 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
RWY 13-31: H2400X50 (ASPH) S-4 1.1% up SE 

RWY 13: Road. RWY 31: Fence. 

RWY 04-22: H2399X50 (ASPH) S-4 0.4% up SW 

RWY 04: Tree. RWY 22: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Zt. Rwy 17 PAPI OTS 

indef. Rwy 35 PAPI OTS indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.175 (254) 559-5525. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

BRECKENRIDGE RCO 122.5 (FORT WORTH RADIO). 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MILLSAP (H)VORTACW 117.7 MQP Chan 124 N32°43.57' 
W97°59.85' 261° 45.3 NM to fid. 900/9E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17B 

IAP 




BRECKENRIDGE N32°43.02' W98°53.59' 
RCO 122.5 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
L-17B 



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BRENHAM MUNI (11R) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 13.14' W96°22.46 
307 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 NOTAM FILE 11R 
RWV 16-34: H5496X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 1.0% up N 
RWV 16: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5°. 
RWV 34: REIL. PAPI (P4L). Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OlOOZd;. MIRL Rwy 16-34 preset 
low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. NOTE: See Special 
Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 121.125 (979) 836-2303. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLL. 

COLLEGE STATION (L) VORTACW 113.3 CLL Chan 80 N30°36.3 
W96°25.24' 166° 23.2 NM to fid. 275/8E. 
HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 362 BNH N30°13.34' W96°22.41' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE CXO. Unmonitored. 



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NDB (MHW) 412 BWR 194° 4.8 NM to Alpine-Casparis Muni. 



EL PASO 
L-6J 



BRIDGEPORT MUNI (XBP) 4 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°10.52' W97°49.70 
852 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE XBP 
RWV 17-35: H4004X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 1.1% up S 

RWV 17: Tree. RWV 35: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300ZT-. Fuel avbl 24 hrs 

self service with major credit cards. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.225 (940) 683-8027. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

BOWIE (H) VORTACW 112.4 UKW Chan 71 N33°32.15' 
W97°49.28' 175° 21.6 NM to fid. 1100/6E. HIWAS. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17C.A 

IAP 




BROOKS CO 



(See FALFURRIAS) 



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UTC-6(-5DT) N33°10.39' W102°11.58' 
100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
MIRL 



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BROWNFIELD 

TERRY CO (BFE) 4 E 
3264 B S4 FUEL 
RWY 02-20: H5217X75 (ASPH) S-12 

RWY 02: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41' 

RWY 20: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 43' 
RWY 13-31: H2765X75 (ASPH) S-12 

RWY 13: Road. RWY 31: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0000Z:t. For fuel after hours call 

806-637-4939/7115. MIRL Rwy 02-20 preset low intensity, to 

increase intensity ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® LUBBOCK APP/DEP CON 119.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBB. 

LUBBOCK (L)VORTACW 109.2 LBB Chan 29 N33°42.30' 
W101°54.84' 193° 34.8 NM to fid. 3310/11E. HIWAS. 



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BROWNSVILLE 

H-7C, L-20H, 21A 

IAP, AD 



BROWNSVILLE/SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INTL 

N25°54.41' W97°25.55' 
22 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,3 AOE Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE BRO 
RWV 13R-31L: H7399X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-170, ST-175 

DT-240 HIRL 

RWV 13R: MALSR. Tree. 

RWV 31L: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Tree. 
RWV 17-35: H6000X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-144, ST-175, 

DT-150 MIRL 

RWV 17: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Thld dsplcd 190'. Tree. 

RWV 35: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Tree. 
RWV 13L-31R: H3000X75 (ASPH) S-10, D-50 

Rwy 13L: Tree. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 13L: T0RA-3000 TODA-3000 ASDA-3000 

RWV 13R: TORA-7400 TODA-7400 ASDA-7400 

RWV 17: TORA-6000 TODA-6000 ASDA-6000 

RWV 31L: TORA-7400 TODA-7400 ASDA-7400 

RWV 31R: TORA-3000 TODA-3000 ASDA-3000 

RWV 35: TORA-5532 T0DA-5532 ASDA-5532 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For acft svc call 

956-542-9111/5852/0245. Birds on and invof arpt. Two Igtd oil 

derricks located approximately 5NM NE at or bio 500' AGL. Rwy 13L-31R not available for air carrier ops. Rgt tfc 

when twr clsd for Rwy 13R and Rwy 31R only. When tower closed request ARFF assistance, through HOUSTON 

ARTCC or SAN ANGELO FSS. PPR 24 hrs for unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger seats call 

arpt manager 956-542-4373. Rwy 13R runway visual range touchdown avbl. Twy A and D east of Rwy 13R-31L 

clsd indef. Twy E clsd between Rwy 13L-31R and Twy H indef. Twy J clsd between Rwy 13R-31L and Twy H 

indef. Twy E north of Twy D; and Twy J and Twy K not avbl for air carrier ops. Twy J limited to acft 12,500 pounds 

or less. Northwest corner of Twy B south of Rwy 13R holdline not visible from tower. When twr clsd ACTIVATE 

MALSR Rwy 13R — CTAF. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special 

Customs Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (956) 546 4540. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.9 ATIS 128.55 UNICOM 122.95 

BROWNSVILLE RCO 122.3 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® VALLEV APP/DEP CON 119.5 

TOWER 118.9 (1200-0600Z1;) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0600Z1; other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BRO. 

(H)VORTACW 116.3 BRO Chan 110 N25°55.44' W97°22.52' 240° 2.9 NM to fid. 10/9E. 
DME unusable 330°-350° byd 15 NM bio 4,000'. 

DEPOO NDB (L0M)393 BR N25°59.02' W97°30.54' 129° 6.4 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 110.3 l-BRO Chan 40 RWY 13R. Class IE LOM DEPOO NDB. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 




BROWNWOOD RGNL (BWD) 5N UTC-6(-5DT) N31°47.62' W98°57.39 
1387 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BWD 
RWV 17-35: H5599X150 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.3% up N 

RWV 17: MALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Trees. 

RWV 35: Trees. 
RWV 13-31: H4608X101 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 

RWV 13: Tree. RWV 31: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-0200Z:L-, Sat-Sun 

1300-2300Z:L-. For Jet A fuel when arpt unattended call 

325-642-0868. 24 hr self service for 100LL. Uneven sfc at 

intersecting rwys. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 13-31 and Rwy 17-35 and 

MALS Rwy 17— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.325 (888) 297-9399. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.5 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BWD. 

(L) VORW/DME 108.6 BWD Chan 23 N31°53.55' 
W98°57.45' 172° 5.9 NM to fid. 1574/8E. 

ILS 109.1 l-BWD Rwy 17. LOC only. LOC unmonitored. 



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BRUCE FLD (See BALLINGER) 



BRYAN 

COULTER FLD (CRD) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 42.94' W96°19.88 
367 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 15-33: H4000X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 15: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 24'. P-line. 
RWY 33: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 27'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1330-0130ZJ:. Parachute Jumping. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 15-33— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLL. 

COLLEGE STATION (L) VORTACW 113.3 CLL Chan 80 N30°36.30' 
W96°25.24' 027° 8.1 NM to fid. 275/8E. HIWAS. 




BUFFALO (See AMARILLO) 



BULVERDE AIRPARK 



(See SAN ANTONIO) 



1 SW UTC-6(-5DT) 



BURNET MUNI KATE CRADDOCK FLD ,bmq, 

N30°44.34' W98-14.32' 
1284 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BMQ 
RWY 01-19: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.5% up N 

RWY 01: REIL. PAPI(P4L). P-line. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 19: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0000ZJ:. For arpt attendant call 

512-756-6655, after hours call 512-756-6277. MIRL Rwy 

01-19 preset low ints, to incr ints and ACTIVATE PAPI and REIL 

Rwys 01 and 19 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.925 (512) 756-7277. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.35 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

GOOCH SPRINGS (H) VORTACW 112.5 AGJ Chan 72 N31°ll.l 
W98°08.51' 186° 27.2 NM to fid. 1290/8E. 

NDD(MHW)341 BMQ N30°44.42' W98°14.17' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE BMQ. 




C. DAVID CAMPBELL FLD-CORSICANA MUNI (see corsicana) 



CABANISS FLD NOLF (ngw) N27°42.oo' w97*2s.oi' notam file sjt. 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Thu 1330-0400Z, Fri 1300-0200Z Daylight Savings Time 
Mon-Thu 1230-0400Z, Fri 1230-0100Z) other times Class G. 



BROWNSVILLE 
L-20H, 21A 



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221 



CADDO MILLS MUNI (7F3) 2 sw utc-6(-5dt) 

542 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWV 13-31: H4000X150 (CONC) S-26 
RWV31: P line. 

RWV 17R-35L: H4000X75 (CONC) S-26 MIRL 
RWV 17R: Tree. RWV 35L: Road. 

RWV 17L-35R: 1400X150 (TURF) 
RWV17L: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Wed-Fri 1800-SS, Sat-Sun 1600-SS, 
Mon-Tue on call. Rwy 17L-35R CLOSED indef. Parachute 
Jumping. Extensive glider activity on arpt. Rwy 13-31 and Rwy 
17R-35L have grass/weeds in pavement. Rwy 17L-35R 
overgrown and not maintained. Powered acft use right traffic for 
Rwy 13 and Rwy 17R. Sailplanes use Rwy 17L (left tfc) and Rwy 
35R (rgt tfc). Airframe and power plant repairs call 
903-527-3124. Training school and glider frequency — 123.3. 
Turf rwy very hard to distinguish. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
17R-35L— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.85 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

BONHAM (H) VORTACW 114.6 BYP Chan 93 N33°32.25' 

W96°14.05' 175° 30.0 NM to fid. 700/6E. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 316 Mil N33°02.42' W96°14.92' at fid. 



N33-02.17' W96°14.59' 




CALDWELL MUNI (RWV) 1 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°30.93' W96°42.25' 
391 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RWV 
RWV 15-33: H3252X50 (ASPH) S-4 MIRL 0.9% up NW 
RWV 15: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0°. Tree. 
RWV 33: Thld dsplcd 242'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset low ints, to 

incr ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.35 (979) 567-6784. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLL. 

COLLEGE STATION (L) VORTACW 113.3 CLL Chan 80 N30°36.30' 
W96°25.24' 242° 15.6 NM to fid. 275/8E. 
HIWAS. 



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CAMERON MUNI AIRPARK (T35) 2N UTC-6(-5DT) N30°52.76' W96°58.27' HOUSTON 

402 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW L-19D, 21A 

RWV 16-34: H3200X50 (ASPH) S-19 MIRL 

RWV 34: Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 16 has a 15' drop 155' byd thld. Rwy 34 has a 8' drop 150' byd thld. MIRL Rwy 

16-34 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — 122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLL. 

COLLEGE STATION (L) VORTACW 113.3 CLL Chan 80 N30°36.30' W96°25.24' 292° 32.9 NM to fid. 275/8E. 
HIWAS. 



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CANADIAN 



HEMPHILL CO (HHF) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N35°53.71' W100"24.23' 
2396 B FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 3396(1000) NOTAM FILE HHF 
RWY 04-22: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 04: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Fence. 

RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Hill. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 18-36: H3001X30 (ASPH) S-12.5 1.0% up S 

RWY 18: Thld dsplcd 100'. Trees. Rgt tfc. RWY 36: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t. 15' ditch north of 

Rwy 04 thld extending 1000' along left side of rwy. Windsock Igts 

OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 04-22 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.025 (806) 323-8497. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GAG. 

6A6E (H)VORTACW 115.6 GAG Chan 103 N36°20.62' 
W99°52.81' 214° 37.0 NM tofld. 2430/10E. HIWAS. 



DALLAS-FT. V 
H-6E, 




CANTON-HACKNEY (7F5) 2N UTC-6(-5DT) N32°35.17' W95°51.76' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

500 NOTAM FILE FTW L-17D 

RWY 18-36: H3750X50 (ASPH) S-5.5 LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 18: Thld dsplcd 103'. Tree. RWY 36: Thld dsplcd 70'. P-line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED to acft over 4000 lbs. Rwy 18-36 has ruts, holes, and loose rocks. Rwy 

18-36 +2' posts and cable 75' from rwy centerline west side of rwy. Rwy 18-36 no line of sight between thlds. 

Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 NSTD small rwy numbers only 35' high. Rwy 18-36 NSTD LIRL, only south 3585' of rwy Igtd. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

CEDAR CREEK (L) VORTACW 114.8 CQY Chan 95 N32°11.14' W96°13.09' 031° 30.0 NM to fid. 400/6E. 



CANYON 



MAPLES FLO (1E9) 6 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N35°03.92' W101°57.68' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

3677 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: 3865X24 (GRVL) S-4 LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 35: Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rotating ben OTS indef. Rwy 17-35 loose aggregate on rwy. Rwy 17-35 gravel 

overgrown with 2' vegetation. Rwy 17-35 NSTD LIRL. South 2957' Igtd. Rwy 17-35 LIRL OTS indef. Rotating ben 

and NSTD LIRL oprs dusk-0500Z:t. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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CARRIZO SPRINGS 

DIMMIT CO (CZT) 2E UTC 
599 B FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 13-31: H4997X75 (ASPH) 
RWV 13: PAPI(P2L). Tree. 



6(-5DT) N28°31.34' W99°49.42' 

NOTAM FILE SJT 
S-13 MIRL 0.3% up NW 

RWV 31: PAPI(P2L). Pole. 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t\ Fuel svc avbl on request 
24 hrs, call 830-876-9339/2967. Landing fee. PAPI Rwy 13 and 
Rwy 31 OTS indefinitely. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE COT. 

COTULLA (L)VORTACW 115.8 COT Chan 105 N28°27.72' 

W99°07.11' 267° 37.5 NM to fid. 520/9E. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 343 DMD N28°31.35' W99°49.64' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE SJT. Unmonitored 0000-1200Zt. 







CARSWELL FLD (see fort worth nas jrb) 



CARTHAGE N32 o 10.81' W94°17.79' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

NDB (MHW) 332 RPF at Panola Co-Sharpe Fid. Unmonitored. 



MEMPHIS 
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-6(-5DT) N32°10.57' W94°17.93' 



CARTHAGE 

PANOLA CO-SHARPE FLD (4F2) 2e utc- 

248 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H4000X75 (ASPH) MIRL 
RWV 17: PAPi(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Trees. 
RWV 35: PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0°. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300ZJ;. Fuel avbl 24 hrs 
self-serve with major credit card. Deer on and invof rwy. Rotating 
ben OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® SHREVEPORT APP/DEP CON 119.9 (1200-0600ZJ;) 121.4 
(0600-1200Z4:) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GGG. 

GREGG COUNTV (L) VORTACW 112.3 GGG Chan 70 N32°25.07' 

W94°45.19' 115° 27.3 NM to fid. 320/7E. 
CARTHAGE NDB (MHW) 332 RPF N32°10.81' W94°17.79' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE FTW. Unmonitored. 



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NDB (MHW) 428 SYW 356° 5.1 NM to Majors. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
L-17D 



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CASTROVILLE MUNI (CVB) 2 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N29°20.52' W98°51.05' 
771 B S7 FUEL 100LL OX 3, 4 TPA— 1600(829) NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 15-33: H4600X75 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWY 15: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

RWY 33: Tree. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. For fuel after hrs call 

830-931-4722, 1 hr notification required. No fee charged. 100LL 

avbl 24 hr self service. Bright Igts at ball park from Apr-Jun. Rwy 

15 PVASI OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 15-33 preset low ints, to increase 

ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.25 (830) 931-0232. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® SAN ANTONIO APP/DEP CON 118.05 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAT. 

SAN ANTONIO (H) VORTACW 116.8 SAT Chan 115 N29°38.64' 
W98°27.68' 221° 27.3 NM to fid. 1160/8E. HIWAS. 




CEDAR CREEK N32°11.14' W96°13.09' NOTAM FILE FTW. DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

(L) VORTACW 114.8 CQY Chan 95 218° 13.2 NM to C. David Campbell Fld-Corsicana Muni. H-6H, L-13C, 17D, A 
400/6E. 



CELINA 



BISHOP'S LANDING (TSO) 5 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°22.64' W096°43.73' 
750 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: 1580X80 (TURF) 

RWY 17: Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



CENTER MUNI (F17) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N31°49.96' W94°09.39 
319 B S6 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 17-35: H5501X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.5% up N 
RWY 17: VASI(V4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 
RWY 35: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44' Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-2130Z1;. Deer on and invof rwy. 

+60 r trees 300' left of Rwy 17 centerline. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.6 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.325 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DRI. 

ELM GROVE (L)VORTAC 111.2 EMG Chan 49 N32°24.01' 

W93°35.71' 213° 44.5 NM tofld. 160/7E. HIWAS. 
AMASON NDB (MHW) 341 CZJ N31°49.97' W94°09.23' at fid 
NOTAM FILE CXO. 




CENTER POINT N29°55.34' W99°12.87' NOTAM FILE ERV. SAN ANTONIO 

(H)VORTAC 117.5 CSI Chan 122 056° 7.5 NM to Kerrville Muni/Louis Schreiner Fid. 2080/8E. H-7B, L-19B 
RCO 122. 1R 117. 5T (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 



CENTEX N30°22.71' W97-31.79' NOTAM FILE AUS. 

(H) VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 015° 12.5 NM to Taylor Muni. 593/6E. 



SAN ANTONIO 
H-7C, L-19C, 21A 



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CHAMBERS CO (SeeANAHUAC) 



CHAMBERS CO-WINNIE STOWELL (see winnie/stoweld 



CHAPARROSA RANCH N28°54.60' wioo°oo.34' notam file sjt. 

NDB (MHW) 385 CPZ 132° 16.1 NM to Crystal City Muni. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19B 



CHARLES R. JOHNSON (see port mansfieldj 



CHEROKEE CO (See Jacksonville) 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-6G, L-17B 

IAP 



CHILDRESS MUNI (CDS) 4W UTC-6(-5DT) N34 o 26.03' W100°17.28' 
1954 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CDS 
RWV 17-35: H5949X75 (ASPH-PFC) S-21 MIRL(NSTD) 

RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Pole. 

RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0 TCH 40'. 
RWV 04-22: H4425X60 (ASPH) S-21 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. For fuel after hours call 

940-937-2545/2547. Rwy 04-22 not maintained, +2 ft 

vegetation on rwy. Rwy 17-35 NSTD MIRL, Rwy 35 thld Igts 60 ft 

south of rwy end. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase 

ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 135.125 (940) 937-6337. HIWAS 117.6 

CDS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.45 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc continuous. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CDS. 

(L)VORTACW 117.6 CDS Chan 123 N34°22.14' 
W100°17.34' 351° 3.9 NM to fid. 1920/10E. HIWAS. 



CHINA SPRING 

WILDCAT CANYON (3T8) 4 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°40.73' W97°21.77' SANA 

660 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 15-33: 2450X60 (TURF) 

RWV 15: Fence. RWV 33: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Livestock on and invof rwy. Rwy 15-33 edges marked with yellow cones at 260' 

spacing. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 




CISCO MUNI (3F2) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N32°25.01' W99°00.02' 
1612 B S4 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H3700X60 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWV 17: Tree. RWV 35: Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 
ABILENE (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' 
W99°51.81' 085° 44.0 NM to fid. 1810/10E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17B 




CITY-CO (See GATESVILLE) 



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CITY OF TULIA-SWISHER CO MUNI (see tulia) 



CLARENDON 

SMILEY JOHNSON MUNI/ BASS FLD (E34) 2 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N34°54.69' W100°52.16' dallas-ft. worth 
2833 B NOTAM FILE FTW L-17A 

RWY 01-19: H4496X60 (ASPH) S-17 MIRL 

RWY 01: Brush. RWY 19: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. No line of sight between rwy ends. MIRL Rwy 01-19 preset low ints, to incr ints 

ACTIVATE— 122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CDS. 

CHILDRESS (L)VORTACW 117.6 CDS Chan 123 N34°22.14' W100°17.34' 309° 43.4 NM to fid. 1920/10E. 
HIWAS. 



CLARK FLD MUNI (see stephenville) 



CLARKSVILLE/RED RIVER CO— J TRISSELL FLD <lbr) 3 sw utc-6(-5dt) dallas-ft. worth 

N33°35.59' W95°03.81' L-17D 

440 B NOTAM FILE LBR 
RWY 17-35: H3000X50 (ASPH) S-10 MIRL 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Airframe and power plant repairs available upon request. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.925 (903) 427-1367 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

SULPHUR SPRINGS (L) VORW/DME 109.0 SLR Chan 27 N33°11.91' W95°32.56' 037° 33.7 NM to fid. 
508/8E. 



CLEBURNE MUNI (CPT) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°21.23' W97°26.03' 
854 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CPT 
RWY 15-33: H5697X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 15: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Thld dsplcd 185'. Tree. Rgt 
tfc. 

RWY 33: Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300ZJ:, Airframe repairs, no fabric 
or composite work. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 15-33 and PAPI 
Rwy 15— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.525 (817) 641-4135. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 135.975 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

GLEN ROSE (L) VORTACW 115.0 JEN Chan 97 N32°09.58' 

W97°52.65' 057° 25.4 NM to fid. 1300/6E. 
ILS/DME 111.15 l-CPT Chan 48(Y) Rwy 15. LOC only. 
LOC unmonitored. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-GH, L-17C.A 

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CLEVELAND MUNI (6R3) 4 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°21.39' W95-00.48 
150 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 16-34: H4998X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 16: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 29'. Trees. 

RWV 34: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. Airframe and powerplant 

repairs by prior arrangement. To access arpt security gate use 

UNICOM freq. +25' trees 260' west of centerline at thld. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 16-34— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.325 (281) 593-1754. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 119.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

DAISETTA (H)VORTACW 116.9 DAS Chan 116 N30°11.38' 
W94°38.70' 293° 21.3 NM to fid. 76/5E. 



HOUSTON 

L-19E, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 




N31°49.01' W97°34.02' 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19B. A 



CLIFTON MUNI/ISENHOWER FLD (7F7) 2n utc-6(- 5 dt) 

760 B S4 FUEL 100LL OX 3 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 14-32: H3000X50 (ASPH) S-13 MIRL 

RWV 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Hill. 

RWV 32: PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Thld dsplcd 140'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1500-2230Z:t. Security Gate locked after hrs. For access contact 

254-675-6620. For arpt attendant on Sat and Sun-call 254-675-8478, after hrs fee. Rwy 14 has water 

ponding at end of rwy after heavy rain. MIRL Rwy 14-32 preset low intensity, to increase intst ACTIVATE — CTAF 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ACT. 

WACO (H)VORTACW 115.3 ACT Chan 100 N31°39.74' W97°16.14' 292° 17.8 NM to fid. 510/9E. 
HIWAS. 



CLUCK RANCH (see gruver) 



COCHRAN CO (See MORTON) 



COFFI N31M1.64' W97-12.23' NOTAM FILE ACT. 
NDB (LOM) 358 AC 186° 4.5 NM to Waco Rgnl. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19D, A 



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COLEMAN MUNI (COM) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N31 o 50.47' W99°24.22 
1697 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 15-33: H4503X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.4% up NW 

RWY 15: REIL. Road. 

RWY 33: REIL. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t-. Employee lives on 

premises. Multiple 65' temporary cranes 1300' NW AER 15. REIL 

Rwy 15 OTS indef. REIL Rwy 33 OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 UNICOM unmonitored indef. 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 

ABILENE (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' 
W99°51.81' 138° 44.9 NM to fid. 1810/10E. 



SAN ANTONIO 
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S-70, D-90, DT-150 HIRL 

RWY 34: MALSR. 
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HOUSTON 

H-7C, L-19D, 21A 

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COLLEGE STATION 

EASTERWOOD FLD (cllj 

320 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class 
RWY 16-34: H7000X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) 

RWY 16: VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0°TCH 51'. Tree. 
RWY 10-28: H5159X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-27 
MIRL 

RWY 10: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Tree. 

RWY 28: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. Tree. 
RWY 04-22: H5149X150 (CONC) S-27, D-50, DT-87 

RWY 04: Tree. RWY 22: Tree. 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWYD4: TORA-5149 TODA-5149 ASDA-5149 

RWY 10: TORA-5159 T0DA-5159 ASDA-5159 

RWY 16: TORA-7000 TODA-7000 ASDA-7000 

RWY 22: TORA-5149 TODA-5149 ASDA-5149 

RWY 28: TORA-5159 TODA-5159 ASDA-5159 

RWY 34: TORA-7000 TODA-7000 ASDA-7000 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0400Z:t-. For fuel after hours PPR 

call 979-845-4811 or etc Texas A and M University police 

979-845-2345; late ngt fee. Twy H clsd south of Rwy 10-28 

indef. Rwy 10-28 safety area reduced to 400'. CLOSED to 

unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger seats 

except 24 hours PPR call arpt manager 979-845-4811. Rwy 04-22 day VFR ops only. Itinerant acft park in front 

of twr, overnight parking fee. Ldg fee scheduled FAR 135 and all FAR 121 ops. Rwy 04-22 and Twy E S of Rwy 

10-28 not avbl for air carrier acft with over 30 passenger seats. Rwy 16-34 first 1850' Rwy 34 cone. PAEW 

adjacent all twys 1200-2200Z:):. When twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 16-34 and MALSR Rwy 34— CTAF. MIRL Rwy 

10-28 and REIL Rwy 28 preset low ints only. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (979) 846-1708. HIWAS 113.3 CLL. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.5 ATIS 126.85 UNICOM 122.95 

COLLEGE STATION RCO 122.65 122.2 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO). 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.4 

TOWER 118.5 (1400-0300Zt.) GND CON 128.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1400-0300Zt other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLL. 

COLLEGE STATION (L) VORTACW 113.3 CLL Chan 80 N30°36.30' W96°25.24' 100° 3.1 NM to fid. 275/8E. 
HIWAS. 

ROWDY NDB (LOM) 260 CL N30°29.62' W96°20.26' 341° 5.8 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 111.7 l-CLL Chan 54 Rwy 34. Class IB. LOM ROWDY NDB. ILS unmonitored when twr 
closed. DME unmonitored. GS unusable for coupled apchs bio 1050' MSL. GS OTS indef. 




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HIWAS. 



COLLEGE STATION N30°36.30' W96°25.24' NOTAM FILE CLL. 

(L)VORTACW 113.3 CLL Chan 80 100° 3.1 NM to Easterwood Fid. 275/08E. 
DME unusable: 

101°-130° byd 25 NM bio 2,500' 149°-160° byd 30 NM bio 2,000' 

131°-148° byd 30 NM bio 2,500' 325°-349° byd 30 NM bio 2,500' 

350°-100° byd 25 NM bio 3,500' 
RCO 122.65 122.2 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 

COLLIN COUNTY REGIONAL AT McKINNEY (see Dallas) 



HOUSTON 
H-7C, L-19D, 21A 



COLLINSVILLE 

SUDDEN STOP (T32) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°34.29' W96°54.43' 
720 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: 1550X60 (TURF) 

RWV 17: P-line. RWY35:Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Student training prohibited. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



COLORADO CITY (TBS) 6 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°28.11' W100°55.27' 
2214 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H5420X60 (ASPH) S-50 LIRL 

RWV 35: Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Rwy 17-35 pavement from Rwy 

35 thld Igts southward used as a twy and not maintained. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BPG. 

BIG SPRING (L)VORTACW 114.3 BGS Chan 90 N32°23.14' 
W101-29.02' 069° 29.0 NM to fid. 2670/11E. 



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COLUMBUS 

ROBERT R. WELLS JR (66R) 3 s utc-6(-5dt) 

242 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 15-33: H3800X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 15: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 305'. Fence. RWY 33: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 177'. Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1330-1700Z:t. For fuel after hrs call 409-732-6249 or page 

1-800-604-9075. Rotating ben OTS indef. Rwy 33 REIL OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 15-33— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

INDUSTRY (L)VORTACW 110.2 IDU Chan 39 N29°57.36' W96°33.73' 165° 19.0 NM to fid. 419/8E. 



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COMANCHE CO-CITY (mkn) 2 ne utc-6(-5dt) 

1385 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MKN 
RWY 17-35: H4500X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 33'. 

RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 35'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Self svc fuel avbl 24 hrs with major 

credit card. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— 122.8. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.575 (325) 356-7032. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.375 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

GOOCH SPRINGS (H) VORTACW 112.5 AGJ Chan 72 N31°11.13 
W98°08.51' 327° 49.8 NM to fid. 1290/8E. 



N31-55.22' W98°35.95 




N33°17.57' W95°53.79' 



COMMERCE MUNI (2F7) 3n utc-6(-5dt) 

515 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MKN 
RWY 18-36: H3909X60 (ASPH) S-13 MIRL 

RWY 18: Road. RWY 36: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel service avbl with major credit card 

only. PAEW on arpt. South twy clsd indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

SULPHUR SPRINGS (L) VORW/DME 109.0 SLR Chan 27 

N33°11.91' W95°32.56' 280° 18.7 NM to fid. 508/8E. 



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DALLAS-FORT WORTH 



CONWAY 

EAGLES AERODOME (55T) 2 W UTC-6(-5DT) N35°12.94' W101°24.65' 
3475 SI NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H5000X80 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 35: Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 17-35 surface rough. NSTD LIRL, only center 3500' Igtd. Arpt Igts opr 

dusk-0700Z:L-. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



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(CRP) 5 W 
100LL, JET A 



UTC-6(-5DT) 
OX 1, 3 LRA 



N27°46.22' W97°30.07' 
Class I, ARFF Index C 



BROWNSVILLE 

H-7C, L-20H, 21A, GOMW 

IAP, AD 



S-150, D-170, ST-175 



CORPUS CHRISTI INTL 

44 B S4 FUEL 

NOTAM FILE CRP 
RWV 13-31: H7508X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 

DT-245 HIRL 

RWV 13: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. Pole. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 31: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. 
RWV 17-35: H6080X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-150, D-170, ST-175 

DT-245 HIRL 

RWV 17: ODALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Pole. 

RWV 35: MALSR. Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 13: T0RA-7508 TODA-7508 ASDA-7508 

RWV 17: T0RA-6080 TODA-6080 ASDA-6080 

RWV 31: T0RA-7508 TODA-7508 ASDA-7508 

RWV 35: T0RA-6080 TODA-6080 ASDA-6080 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1000-0630Z:t, Sat 

1000-0500Z:t, Sun 1030-0630Z:t. For svc after hrs call 

361-438-1190. Birds on and invof arpt year round. Cabaniss Fid 

located 5 miles southeast of arpt may be mistaken for Corpus 

Christi Intl arpt. VFR tfc may be operating in the Cabaniss Fid tfc 

pattern. Cuddihy Fid (clsd arpt) is located 4 miles south of arpt 

may be mistaken for Corpus Christi Intl arpt. Rwy 35 runway visual range touchdown avbl. Twr will provide 

progressive assistance. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special 

Customs Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (361) 289-0191. HIWAS 115.5 CRP. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 126.8 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.65 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® APP CON 120.9 (Rwy 31-Rwy 35/270°-045°) 120.9 (Rwy 13-Rwy 17/340°-045°) 124.8 (Rwy 31-Rwy 
35/150°-269°) 124.8 (Rwy 13-Rwy 17/150°-339°) 125.4 (046°-149°) 

TOWER 119.4 GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 118.55 
® DEP CON 120.9 (Rwy 31-Rwy 35/270°-045°) 120.9 (Rwy 13-Rwy 17/340°-045°) 124.8 (Rwy 31-Rwy 
35/150°-269°) 124.8 (Rwy 13-Rwy 17/150°-339°) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

(H)VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' W97°26.69' 192° 8.5 NM to fid. 60/9E. HIWAS. 
DME unusable byd 35 NM below 2,000'. TACAN azimuth unusable 024°-036° byd 35 NM bio 1,700'. TACAN 
azimuth unusable 037°-023° byd 35 NM bio 2,000'. 

ILS/DME 109.5 l-OYC Chan 32 Rwy 35. Class IB. LOC unusable inside 1.6 DME. 

ILS/DME 110.3 l-CRP Chan 40 Rwy 13. 

ILS/DME 110.3 l-EKI Chan 40 Rwy 31. LOC only. 




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CORPUS CHRISTI NAS (TRUAX FLD) (NGP)(KNGP) NAS(ACG) 6 SE UTC-6(-5DT) BROWNSVILLE 

N27°41.56' W97°17.42' H-7C, L-20H, 21A, GOMW 

18 B NOTAM FILE SJT Not insp. DIAP, AD 

RWY 13R-31L: H8002X200 (PEM) 
RWY 13R: SALS. REIL. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 04-22: H5004X196 (ASPH) 
RWY 22: Rgt tfc. 

RWY 17-35: H5003X196 (ASPH) PCN 41 F/B/W/T HIRL 

RWY 17: Rgt tfc. 

RWY 13L-31R: H5000X196 (ASPH) T-140, ST-175, SBTT-542, TT-327, TDT-840, TRT-585 PCN 47 F/B/W/T 

HIRL 
RWY31R: Rgt tfc. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT When twr closed ACTIVATE— 3-step apch Igt Rwy 13R, HIRL Rwy 13R-31L and Rwy 
04-22—134.85. 

JASU 2(GTC-85) 1(NCPP-105) 2(NC-8) l(A/U47A-5) 1(NC-10C) 1(AM32A-108). FUEL J5 FLUID SP PRESAIR 
LOX LHOXRB OIL 0-128-156 

TRAN ALERT Svc avbl during ops hrs 1300-0500Z^:. Tran acft expect delays due limited refueling/svc. 
Maintenance extremely limited during non-work hr. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Thu 1300-0 40 OZ J, Fri 1300-0200Z:t, Sat CLOSED, if Mon holiday, Sun CLOSED, Mon 
0000-0400Z:t, during DT Mon-Thu 1200-0 40 OZ:t, Fri 1200-0100Z:t, Sat CLOSED, Sun 0000-0400Zt; if Mon 
holiday, Sun CLOSED, Mon 0000-0400Z:t.) other times check NOTAM. No clsd fid ops 1 hr prior to schedule fid 
opening, except for USCG, Search and Rescue, and U.S. Custom Service law enforcement. RSTD Refueling/tran 
alert arrangements strongly recommended for all acft to avoid extensive servicing/turnaround delays or parking 
in high foreign object damage risk areas. PPR all tran acft, DSN 861-2505/2506, C361-961-2505/2506. Clsd 
Fid Ops prohibited Mon-Fri 1100-1200Z:L" due to afld preparation. Mission critical or other event req etc Base 
Ops C361-961-2505/2506/2507, DSN 861-2505/2506/2507 for approval. CAUTION High mid-air potential, 
extreme vigilance rqr. Exercise extreme caution vicinity Waldron Fid NALF located 3 NM S. Bird activity/Bird 
Aircraft Strike Hazard — See AP-1. See AP-1. Extensive rotary wing test opr conducted Mon-Fri from 5 NM S of 
the Port of Aransas to 2 NM N of Truax NDB to 1200'. Numerous birds vicinity afld. If equipped, all acft shall 
utilize UHF ATC frequencies unless assigned VHF. TFC PAT All tfc use Idg or taxi Igt while in arpt tfc area. Tran acft 
expect apch to full stop Idg only when single rwy ops are being conducted, practice apch not authorized. 
Non-CNATRA tran acft expect one apch to full stop Idg or departure when parallel rwy ops. CSTMS/AG/1MG CSTMS, 
IMG avbl for acft arriving from overseas, plan arrival from between 1400-2100Z£. Pilots rqr to provide 
Identa-Plate number to Inspector for billing. A Avoid fit over populated areas bio 1000' AGL prior to Gulf shore 
line. Rotary wing acft destined for Corpus Christi Army Depot turn in will remain at least % NM off shore and 
500' prior to etc Navy Corpus Twr. PPR all CCAD tran acft. Turn in will only be accepted during normal duty hr, 
Mon-Fri 1300-2300Z:L-. All rotary wing and fixed wing acft Idg/taxiing to seawall PPR DSN 861-2006/2007, 
C361-961-2006/2007. Rotary wing acft make apch to helipad adjacent Hangar 46, etc Army OPS, X-ray Charlie 
49.70, 139.2, 386.6 prior to taxi on Corpus Christi Army Depot ramp. POC Aviation Division, Hangar 44. Avoid 
overflt of building S of ramp area and ammo dump E of containment area. Tran and parts pickup acft park/fuel 
at Navy tran ramp (Separate PPR), DSN 861-2505, C361-961-2505. All acft with weapons arriving Corpus 
Christi Army Depot after normal duty hr notify Corpus Christi Army Depot Security DSN 861-3314, 
C361-961-3314. Major maintenance avbl. Loading/unloading of air cargo — military/civilian designated for 
Corpus Christi Army Depot will be scheduled for daylgt hr only. During times of national emergency exceptions 
approved by Director, Supply Corpus Christi Army Depot DSN 861-2557, C361-961-2557. CG Search and 
Rescue unit opr continuously. MISC Clsd fid ops: Departing IFR acft shall obtain an IFR clearance and release 
from San Angelo FSS prior to tkf when the fid is IFR via ground link or landline 1-800-WX-BRIEF. If the fid is 
VFR, a VFR departure is authorized. Key mike quickly 2 times for San Angelo FSS on ground link system. Rwy 
13L-31R CLSD Sun 1200-1600Z:t, Rwy 13R-31L CLSD Mon and Tue 1200-1400Z}: for sweeper ops. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: HIWAS 115.5 CRP 

COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 114.0 127.9 290.9 (Mon-Thu 1300-0400ZJ, Fri 130 0-0 20 OZ J, Sat clsd, Sun 0000-0400Z:t, 
if Mon holiday. Sun clsd, Mon 0000-0400Z}: (during DT Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z:fc, Fri 1200-0100Z:t, Sat clsd, 
Sun 0000-0400Zt, if Mon holiday, Sun clsd, Mon 0000-0400Z^, other times check NOTAM.) 
® APP CON 120.9 125.4 307.9 348.725 
® DEP CON 125.4 307.9 (120.9 348.725 Rwy 04 13L/R 17, 125.4 307.9 Rwy 22 31L/R 35) 

NAVY CORPUS TOWER 134.85 340.2 (North) 125.525 360.2 (South) (Mon-Thu 1300-0400Z:t, Fri 1300-0200Z:t, 
CLOSED Sat, Sun and holidays. Dalgt time (Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z:t, Fri 1200-0100Zt CLOSED Sat, Sun and 
holidays, other times check NOTAM) 
NAVY CORPUS GND CON 118.7 257.85 NAVY CORPUS CLNC DEL 314.3 BASE OPS 346.65 7965 AIR 381.8X 3123X 
5696X 8984X 11201X PMSV METRO 343.5 (Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z:t, Sun 2200-0400Z:t.) (Radar weather 
advisory svc.) 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Thu 1300-0400Z:t, Fri 1300-0 20 OZt, Sat clsd, Sun 0000-0400Z:t, if Mon holiday, Sun 
clsd, Mon 0000-0400Z:t, (during DT Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z, Fri 1200-0100Z:t, clsd Sat, Sun 0000-0400Z, if 
Mon holiday, Sun clsd, Mon 0000-0400Z). Other times check NOTAMS. Other times CLASS E. 

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RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

TRUAX (L)VORTAC 114.0 NGP Chan 87 N27°41.18' W97°17.68' at fid. 17/6E. 
TACAN unusable byd 35 NM bio 1,000'. VOR portion unusable 012°-020°, 200°-220°. 
(H)VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' W97°26.69' 138° 15.1 NM to fid. 60/9E. HIWAS. 

TACAN unusable 024°-036° byd 35 NM bio 1,700'. 037°-023° byd 35 NM bio 2,000'. 
ILS 111.3 l-NGP Rwy 13R. Glide Slope unusable byd 4.0° right side of course and byd 6.0° left side of 

course. GS unusable within .2 NM of thld bio 150' MSL. 
ASR/PAR 
COMM/NAVAVEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



CORSICANA N32°01.71' W96-23.68' NOTAM FILE CRS. 

NDB (MHW) 396 CRS at C. David Campbell Fid - Corsicana Muni. Unmonitored. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

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(CRS) 5 SE UTC-6(-5DT) 



. DAVID CAMPBELL FLD-CORSICANA MUNI 

N32°01.68' W96°24.04' 

449 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 NOTAM FILE CRS 

RWV 14-32: H5004X75 (ASPH) S-26 MIRL 0.3% up NW 
RWY 14: REIL. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 26.' Road. 
RWV 32: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

RWV 02-20: 3200X75 (TURF) 0.3% up NE 
RWV 02: Tree. RWV 20: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z:t, Sun 
1600-2100Z. Forfuel after hours call 903-654-4847 or 
903-326-7451. Rwy 14-32 has 4"-6" drop-off at edge of 
pavement along both sides. Rwy 14-32 6"-12" cone boxes 
exposed at rwy light fixtures. Rwy 14-32 parallel twy has 4"-6" 
drop-off along full length of both sides. MIRL Rwy 14-32 preset 
med ints to increase ints and ACTIVATE VASI Rwy 14 and PAPI Rwy 
32— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 120.675 (903) 872-9321. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.25 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

CEDAR CREEK (L) VORTACW 114.8 CQY Chan 95 N32°11.14' 

W96°13.09' 219° 13.3 NM to fid. 400/6E. 
CORSICANA NDB (MHW) 396 CRS N32°01.71' W96°23.68' 

at fid. Unmonitored. NOTAM FILE CRS. 
POWELL NDB (MHW) 344 CGQ N32°03.85' W96°25.58' 
143° 2.5 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE CRS. Unmonitored. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-6H, L-19D, A 

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OX 3 TPA— 1474(1000) 
MIRL 0.5% up NW 



COTULLA-LA SALLE CO (cot) i ne 

474 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

RWV 13-31: H5005X75 (ASPH) S-25 
RWV 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. 
RWV 31: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1500-0000Z:t. Arpt unattended Easter, 
Christmas and Thanksgiving. Fuel and sve avbl on call after hours 
830-879-3858. Occasional military acft operations on and invof 
arpt. Ramp fee waived with minimum fuel purchase. MIRL Rwy 
13-31 preset low ints, to incr ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. Landing fee. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.32 (830) 879-2861. HIWAS 115.8 
COT. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
RCO 122.2 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.6 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE COT. 

(L) VORTACW 115.8 COT Chan 105 N28°27.72' 
W99°07.11' 258° 5.3 NM to fid. 520/9E. HIWAS. 



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COVEY TRAILS (see fulshear) 



COWBOY N32°53.42' W96°54.24' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(H)VORW/DME 116.2 CVE Chan 109 128° 3.7 NM to Dallas Love Fid. 450/6E. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 

COPTER 

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SAN ANTONIO 
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CRANE CO (E13) 1 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°24.91' W102°21.78' 
2552 B FUEL 100LL TPA— 3352(800) NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 12-30: H4145X70 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWY 12: VASI(V2L). RWY 30: Thld dsplcd 449'. P-line. 

RWY 15-33: H3395X50 (ASPH) 

RWY 15: Tower. RWY 33: Thld dsplcd 176'. P-line. 

RWY 08-26: H2290X50 (GRVL) 

RWY 08: Brush. RWY 26: P-line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For fuel call 432-558-3572. Rotating ben OTS indef. LIRI Rwy 12-30 OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAF. 

MIDLAND (L)VORTACW 114.8 MAF Chan 95 N32°00.56' W102°11.42' 183° 36.7 NM to fid. 2860/11E 

CREED N30°05.38' W97°40.56' NOTAM FILE BSM. SAN AN' 

NDD (LOM) 255 BS 353° 6.4 NM to Austin-Bergstrom Intl. 



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HOUSTON CO (DKR) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N31°18.42' W95°24.23' 
348 B NOTAM FILE DKR 
RWY 02-20: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 0.5% up NE 

RWY 02: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. RWY 20: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. PAEW on Rwy 02-20 Rotating ben OTS indef. Twy A, Twy B and ramp clsd indef 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20—123.5. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.775 (936) 545-8510. Ceiling unavbl. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

LEONA (L)VORTACW 110.8 LOA Chan 45 N31°07.44' W95°58.08' 061° 31.0 NM to fid. 350/8E. 



HOUSTON 
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CROSBYTON MUNI (8F3) 2S UTC-6(-5DT) N33°37.43' W101°14.45 
3018 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H3600X60 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 
RWY 17: VASI(V2L). P-line. 
RWY 35: VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 23'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17 VASI OTS indefinitely. Rwy 35 
VASI OTS indefinitely. Rotating ben OTS indef. Windsock OTS 
indef. For rwy lights key 122.8 3 times, operates on step 1 only. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® LUB60CK APP/DEP CON 119.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBB. 

LUBBOCK (L)VORTACW 109.2 LBB Chan 29 N33°42.30' 

W101°54.84' 087° 34.1 NM to fid. 3310/11E. HIWAS. 
NDB(MHW)332 CZX N33°37.45' W101°14.33' at fid. 
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SAN ANTONIO 
L-2DG 



CRYSTAL CITY MUNI (20r) i ne utc-6(-5dt) 

608 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 13-31: H3550X100 (ASPH) S-21 MIRL 

RWV13:Tree. RWV 31: P-line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 13-31 apron and twy block cracked with grass and loose grvl. Rotating ben OTS 

indef. MIRL Rwy 13-31 OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 13-31—123.5. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE COT. 

COTULLA (L)VORTACW 115.8 COT Chan 105 N28°27.72' W99°07.11' 282° 39.5 NM to fid. 520/9E. 
HIWAS. 



CUERO MUNI (T71) IE UTC-5(-5DT) N29°05.02' W97°16.02' SAN ANTONIO 

214 B NOTAM FILE CXO L-19C, 21A 

RWV 14-32: H2800X60 (ASPH) S-ll LIRL (NSTD) 

RWV 14: Thld dsplcd 243'. Pole. RWV 32: Thld dsplcd 192'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Deer or wild hogs on and invof arpt. Rwy 14-32 has cracks and slight grass 

encroachment in pavement. Rwy 32 thld dsplcd 202' at ngt. Rwy 14-32 NSTD LIRL. NSTD thld Igts, 1 red and 1 

red/green on each side. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PSX. 

PALACIOS (H)VORTACW 117.3 PSX Chan 120 N28°45.87' W96°18.37' 283° 54.1 NM to fid. 6/8E. 
HIWAS. 



CULBERSON CO (see van horn) 



CURTIS FLO (See BRADY) 



CYPRESS RIVER (see jefferson) 



LJTC-6(-5DT) N33°07.61' W94M1.93' 



DAINGERFIELD 

GREATER MORRIS CO ,sf5, 7 n 

402 NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWV 17-35: H3080X50 (ASPH) S-4 

RWV 17: Thld dsplcd 80'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17-35 has loose gravel and grass. 

Wind sock missing. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

QUITMAN (L) VORW/DME 114.0 UIM Chan 87 N32°52.82' 
W95°22.01' 058° 36.8 NM to fid. 520/8E. 



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(H)VORTACW 116.9 DAS Chan 116 198° 7.3 NM to Liberty Muni. 76/5E. 
Unusable beyond 35 NM below 1600'. 



HOUSTON 
H-7C, L-19E, 21A, GOMW 



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DALHART MUNI (DHT) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N36°01.36' W102°32.S4' 

3991 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al 0X1 TPA— 4991(1000) NOTAM FILE DHT 
RWY 17-35: H6400X75 (ASPH) S-20, D-30 MIRL 

RWY 17: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. 

RWY 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. 
RWY 03-21: H5669X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 21: Thld dsplcd 224'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dawn-dusk. For fuel after hours call 

806-249-4490. Large flocks of waterfowl invof Lake Rita Blanca 

2 miles E during fall. Twy A clsd indef. Twy B clsd indef. MIRL Rwy 

03-21 and Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints and 

ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 17 and Rwy 35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 134.075 (806) 249-5671. HIWAS 112.0 

DHT. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.2 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DHT. 

(L)VORTACW 112.0 DHT Chan 57 N36°05.49' 

W102°32.68' 170° 4.1 NM to fid. 4020/12E. HIWAS. 




DALLAS 



NOTAM FILE ADS 
MIRL 



ADDISON (ADS) 9N UTC-6(-5DT) N32°58.11' W96°50.19' 

644 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A OX 2 TPA— See Remarks LRA 
RWY 15-33: H7202X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-80, D-100, ST-127, DT-160 

RWY 15: MALSR. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0°TCH 51'. Thld dsplcd 979'. Ground. 

RWY 33: REIL. Thld dsplcd 771'. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Birds on and invof arpt. Rwy 

limited to maximum gross weight 120,000 pounds. Safety areas 

at both rwy ends NSTD. No touch and go landings without arpt 

managers approval. Numerous 200' buildings within 1 mile East, 

and South of arpt, transmission towers and water tanks West of 

arpt. TPA— 1600 (956) for light acft, 2000 (1356) for large acft. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 15-33 and MALSR Rwy 15— CTAF. When twr 

clsd MIRL Rwy 15-33 preset med ints only. Flight Notification 

Service (ADCUS) available. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 (972) 386-4855. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.0 ATIS 133.4 (972) 628-2439. 

UNICOM 122.95 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 124.3 

TOWER 126.0 (1200-0400Z:t) GND CON 121.6 CLNC DEL 119.55 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0400Z t other times CLASS G . 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MAVERICK (H)VORW/DME 113.1 TTT Chan 78 N32°52.15' 
W97°02.43' 54° 11.9 NM to fid. 540/6E. 

ILS/DME 110.1 l-ADS Chan 38 Rwy 15. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 

ILS/DME 110.1 l-TBQ Chan 38 Rwy 33. Class IB. Unmonitored when twr clsd 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

COPTER 

H-BH, L-17C.A 

IAP, AD 




AIRPARK-DALLAS (FB9) IB NE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°01.41' W96°50.22' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

695 S4 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1890(1195) NOTAM FILE FTW COPTER 

RWY 1B-34: H3080X30 (ASPH) LIRL(NSTD) L-17C, A 

RWY 16: Thld dsplcd 300'. Building. RWY 34: Tree. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. For fuel call 972-248-4265 prior to arrival. Rwy 16-34 NSTD LIRL, south 

2780' of rwy Igtd. Rwy 16 and Rwy 34 numbers 25' tall, NSTD thld and centerline markings. School located just 

north of airfield. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 16-34— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MAVERICK (H)VORW/DME 113.1 TTT Chan 78 N32°52.15' W97°02.43' 042° 13.8 NM to fid. 540/6E. 



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237 



AIRPARK EAST (1F7) 23 E UTC-6(-5DT) N32°48.84' W96°21.13' 
510 B S2 FUEL 100LL 
RWV 13-31: H2630X30 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWV 13: Trees. Rgt tfc. RWY 31: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:L-. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 13-31—122. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
COPTER 



(TKI) 32 N UTC-6(-5DT) 



COLLIN COUNTY REGIONAL AT Mc KINNEY 

N33°10.68' W96°35.43' 
585 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 NOTAM FILE TKI 
RWV 17-35: H7001X100 (CONC) S-75, D-150, DT-176 MIRL 
RWV 17: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Tree. 
RWV 35: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0500Z:t. Noise sensitive area over 
town of Fairview immediately south/southwest of arpt. Bird 
activity invof arpt. All acft maintain minimum altitude of 
1000'AGL. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35, MALSR Rwy 17, PAPI Rwy 
17 and VASI Rwy 35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.925 (972) 548-8525. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.825 UNICOM 122.95 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 124.3 CLNC DEL 121.35 (when twr clsd) 
TOWER 118.825 (1200-0400Z:t) GND CON 121.875 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0400Z:t. other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

COWBOV (H)VORW/DME 116.2 CVE Chan 109 N32°53.42' 

W96°54.24' 036° 23.4 NM to fid. 450/6E. 
FLUETNDB (L0M)421 EF N33°15.70' W96°35.33' 175° 

5.0 NM to fid. 
ILS/DME 109.35 l-EFE Chan 30(Y) Rwy 17. LOM FLUET 
NDB. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 

COPTER 

H-GH, L-17C.A 

IAP, AD 




(49T) ON UTC-6(-5DT) N32°46.40' W96°48.02' 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
COPTER 



DALLAS CBD VERTIPORT HELIPORT 

480 B NOTAM FILE FTW 

HELIPAD H1: H60X60 (CONC) S-43 

HELIPAD H2: H60X60 (CONC) S-43 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Attended 1430-2300Zt. Helipad HI and H2 900' buildings NW, 500' buildings NE at % mile. 

ACTIVATE perimeter Igts — CTAF. Helipad HI perimeter Igts. Helipad HI rooftop. Ingress/egress SW. Helipad H2 

perimeter Igts. Helipad H2 rooftop. Ingress/egress SE. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 135.425 (214) 670-1243. Temporarily unreliable. Frequency OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 



DALLAS EXECUTIVE (RED) 6 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°40.85' W96°52.09 
660 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 NOTAM FILE RBD 
RWV 13-31: H6451X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-35, D-60, DT-110 MIRL 
RWV 13: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Trees. 
RWV 31: LDIN. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47'. Road. 
RWV 17-35: H3800X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-35, D-60, DT-110 
MIRL 
RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 43'. Tree. 
RWV 35: REIL. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300ZJ;. 24 hr FBO. Fuel avbl 24 hr 
with major credit card. Birds on and invof arpt. Asphalt at rwy 
intersection. When twr closed ACTIVATE LDIN Rwy 31, VASI Rwy 
13 and PAPI Rwy 17-CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (214) 330-5317. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 127.25 ATIS 126.35 UNICOM 122.95 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 125.2 

EXECUTIVE TOWER 127.25 (1300-0300Z:t) GND CON 119.475 
CLNC DEL 118.625 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1300-0300ZJ; other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MAVERICK (H)VORW/DME 113.1 TTT Chan 78 N32°52.15' 

W97°02.43' 136° 14.3 NM to fid. 540/6E. 
ILS 108.5 l-RBD Rwy 31. Unmonitored when tower 
closed. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

COPTER 

H-6H, L-17C.A 

IAP, AD 




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DALLAS/FORT WORTH INTL (dfw) 12 nw utc-6(-5dt) N32°53.8i' W97°02.28' dallas-ft. worth 

607 B FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,3 AOE Class I, ARFF Index E NOTAM FILE DFW COPTER 

RWY 17R-35L: H13401X200 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, ST-175, DT-600, DDT-850 HIRLCL H-6H, L-17C, A 
RWY 17R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 68'. IAP, AD 

RWY 35L: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 63'. 

RWY 17C-35C: H13401X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, ST-175, DT-600, DDT-850 HIRL CL 

RWY 17C: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 74'. RWY 35C: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 76'. 

RWY 18R-36L: H13400X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, ST-175, DT-600, DDT-850 HIRL CL 
RWY 18R: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 74'. 
RWY 3BL: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. 

RWY 18L-36R: H13400X200 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, ST-175, DT-600, DDT-850 HIRL CL 
RWY 18L: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 70'. 
RWY 3BR: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 66'. 

RWY 13R-31L: H9301X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, ST-175, DT-600, DDT-850 HIRL CL 

RWY 13R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. RWY 31L: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.1° TCH 72'. 

RWY 13L-31R: H9000X200 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, ST-175, DT-600, DDT-850 HIRL CL 
RWY 13L: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 82'. Thld dsplcd 625'. 0.5% down. 
RWY 31R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 69'. 0.5% up. 

RWY 17L-35R: H8500X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, ST-175, DT-600, DDT-850 HIRL CL 
RWY 17L: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 77'. Antenna on building. 0.6% up. 
RWY 35R: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 73'. 0.6% down. 

LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVBL 

RWY 178 Twy B 10460 

RWY 18R Twy B 10100 

RWY 358 Twy EJ 9050 

RWY 36L Twy Z 10650 

RUNWAY DE8LARED DISTAN8E INFORMATION 

RWY 13L: TORA-9000 T0DA-9000 ASDA-9000 LDA-8375 

RWY 13R: T0RA-9301 T0DA-9301 ASDA-9301 LDA-9301 

RWY 17L: TORA-8500 TODA-8500 ASDA-8500 LDA-8500 

RWY 178: T0RA-13401 T0DA-13401 ASDA-13401 LDA-13401 
RWY 17R: T0RA-13401 T0DA-13401 ASDA-13401 LDA-13401 
RWY 18L: TORA-13400 TODA-13400 ASDA-13400 LDA-13400 
RWY 18R: TORA-13400 TODA-13400 ASDA-13400 LDA-13400 
RWY31L: TORA-9301 T0DA-9301 ASDA-9301 LDA-9301 

RWY31R: T0RA-8375 T0DA-8375 ASDA-8375 LDA-8375 

RWY35L: TORA-13401 TODA-13401 ASDA-13401 LDA-13401 
RWY 358: TORA-13401 TODA-13401 ASDA-13401 LDA-13401 
RWY35R: TORA-8500 TODA-8500 ASDA-8500 LDA-8500 

RWY36L: TORA-13400 TODA-13400 ASDA-13400 LDA-13400 

RWY36R: TORA-13400 TODA-13400 ASDA-13400 LDA-13400 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 17L-35R CLOSED 0400-1200ZJ: except PPR. Rwy 13R-31L CLOSED 
0400-1200ZJ: except PPR. Rwy 13L-31R CLOSED 0400-1200Z:t except PPR. Rwy 31R last 625' CLOSED indef. 
Visual screen 20' AGL 1180' south AER 35C. Visual screen 22' AGL 1179' south AER 35L. ASDE-X 
SURVEILLANCE system in use: Pilots should opr transponders with mode C on all twys and rwys. PPR for acft 
with wingspan 215' or greater (GROUP VI), call arpt ops 972-973-3112 for follow me services while taxiing to 
and from ramp and rwys. Rwy 13L, Rwy 17L, Rwy 31R, and Rwy 35R rwy visual range touchdown, midpoint and 
rollout avbl. Rwy 31L and Rwy 31R runway visual range touchdown and rollout avbl. Arpt under construction, 
PAEW in movement areas. Birds on and in vicinity of arpt. Tkf distance for Rwy 17L from Twy Q2 is 8196'. Tkf 
distance for Rwy 35R from Twy Q9 is 8196'. Tkf distance for Rwy 17R from Twy EG is 13082' and from Twy EH 
is 12816'. Tkf distance for Rwy 35L from Twy EQ is 13084' and from Twy EP is 12811'. Tkf distance for Rwy 
36R from Twy WP is 12815', from Twy WQ is 13082'. Tkf distance for Rwy 18L from Twy WG is 13082', from 
Twy WH is 12815'. Tkf distance for Rwy 17C from Twy EG is 13,082'. Tkf distance for Rwy 18R from Twy WG is 
13,082'. Land and hold short signs on Rwy 17C at Twy B 10,460' south of Rwy 17C thld, Rwy 18R at Twy B 
10,100' south of Rwy 18R thld, Rwy 35C at Twy EJ 9050' north of Rwy 35C thld, Rwy 36L at Twy Z 10,650' 
north of Rwy 36L thld, Igtd and marked with in-pavement pulsating white Igts. Twy Gil east of Twy G clsd to acft 
with wingspan 125' and greater. Acft using gates D6-D17 must obtain approval from DFW ramp twr 129.95 prior 
to entering ramp and prior to pushback 1130-0430ZJ:. Use extreme care at other times. Apron entrance/exit 
Points 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38 and 39 clsd to acft with wingspan greater than 135'. Apron entrance/exit 
Point 45 clsd 0400-1400ZJ;. Acft pushing back or powering back on Terminal B Apron have right of way. 
Frequent ground support equip under escort crossing Twys A and B at Twy HA. Apron entrance/exit points 5, 7, 
42 and 44 clsd to acft with wingspan 118' and greater. Terminal B apron taxilane btn apron entrance/exit point 

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taxilanes 110 and 115 clsd to acft with wingspan 118' and greater. Apron entrance/exit points 22, 24, 105, 
107 and 122 clsd to acft with wingspan 125' and greater. Apron entrance/exit point 124 clsd to acft with 
wingspan 200' and greater. Twy A5 clsd to acft with wingspan 171' and greater. Twys may require judgemental 
oversteering for large acft. Apron entrance/exit points 52 and 53 clsd to acft with wingspan 171' and greater. 
Acft exiting via apron entrance/exit points 42, 43 and 44 etc Gnd Con prior to taxiing. PPR general aviation ops 
0400-1200Z:t, call arpt ops 972-973-3112. PPR from arpt ops for general aviation acft to proceed to airline 
terminal gate except to general aviation facility. Ramp area IE clsd exc PPR Call 972-973-3121. PPR from the 
primary tenant airlines to operate within the central terminal area. Proper minimum object free area distances 
may not be maintained for ramp/apron taxi lanes. Twy edge reflectors along all twys. Landing fee. Flight 
Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Land and Hold Short Operations, Intersection Departures 
During Periods of Darkness, Noise Abatement Procedures and Continuous Power Facilities. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (972) 453 0992. LLWAS. 

COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATISARR 123.775 (972) 615-2701 D-ATIS DEP 135.925 (972) 615-2701 UNICOM 122.95 
® RGNL APP CON 125.025 133.525 (E) 119.875 133.625 (W) 

DFW TOWER 126.55 127.5 (E) 124.15 134.9 (W) GND CON 121.65 121.8 (E) 121.85 (W) 

CLNC DEL 128.25 
® RGNL DEP CON 118.55 (E) 126.475 (W) 124.825 (N) 125.125 (S) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS 6 See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MAVERICK (H)V0RW/DME 113.1 TTT Chan 78 N32°52.15' W97°02.43' 358° 1.7 NM to fid. 540/6E. 

ILS/DME 109.5 l-LWN Chan 32 Rwy 13R. 

ILS/DME 111.75 l-PPZ Chan 54(Y) Rwy 17L. Class HIE. DME also serves Rwy 35R. 

ILS/DME 110.3 l-FLQ Chan 40 Rwy 17C. Class HIE. 

ILS/DME 111.35 l-JHZ Chan 50(Y) Rwy 17R. Class IE. DME also serves Rwy 35L. 

ILS/DME 110.55 l-CIX Chan 42(Y) Rwy 18L. Class IE. DME also serves Rwy 36R. 

ILS/DME 111.9 l-VYN Chan 56 Rwy 18R. Class HIE. 

ILS/DME 110.9 l-RRA Chan 46 Rwy 31R. 

ILS/DME 110.3 l-PKQ Chan 40 Rwy 35C. Class NIE. 

ILS/DME 111.35 l-UWX Chan 50(Y) Rwy 35L. Class IE. LOC unusable byd 14 NM bio 3,400'. DME 

also serves Rwy 17R. 
ILS/DME 111.75 l-AJQ Chan 54(Y) Rwy 35R. Class HIE. LOC unusable byd 16 NM 5° right of 

course. DME also serves Rwy 17L. 
ILS/DME 111.9 l-BXN Chan 56 Rwy 36L. Class ID. LOC unusable beyond 25° left of course. LOC 

unusable byd 15 NM 5° right of course. DME also serves Rwy 18R. 
ILS/DME 110.55 l-FJN Chan 42(Y) Rwy 36R. Class IE. DME also serves Rwy 18L. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: All acft arriving DFW are requested to turn DME off until dep due to tfc overload of 
Maverick DME. 

HELIPAD H1: H158X158 (CONC) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Rwy HI final apch tkf area located at Twy G and Twy Gil; dalgt VFR. 



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DALLAS LOVE FLD (DAL) 5 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°50.83' W96°51.11' 

487 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index B 

NOTAM FILE DAL 
RWY 13R-31L: HS800X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-iOO, D-200, ST-175, DT-350 HIRL CL 

RWY 13R: PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 490'. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 31L: MALSR. TDZL. Building. 
RWY 13L-31R: H7752X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-200, ST-175, 

DT-350 HIRLCL 

RWY 13L: MALSR. TDZL. 

RWY 31R: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. Pole. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 18-36: H6147X150 (ASPH) S-50, D-74, ST-93, DT-138 
HIRL 

RWY 18: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 36: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. REIL. Rgt tfc. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

COPTER 

H-6H, L-17C.A 

IAP, AD 



RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY 13L: TORA-7752 TODA-7752 
RWY 13R: T0RA-8B00 
RWY 18: T0RA-6147 
RWY31L: TORA-8800 
RWY31R: TORA-7752 
RWY 36: TORA-6147 



ASDA-7752 
ASDA-8800 
ASDA-6147 
ASDA-8800 
ASDA-7752 
ASDA-6147 



LDA-7752 
LDA-8310 
LDA-6147 
LDA-8800 
LDA-7752 
LDA-5147 




T0DA-8800 
TODA-6147 
TODA-8800 
TODA-7752 
TODA-6147 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Birds on and invof arpt. Ldg 
Rwy 18 & takeoff Rwy 36 not authorized to acft over 60,000 lbs 
gross weight unless crosswind NW-SE rwys exceed acft safe operating capability. Rwy 13R, 13L, 31L and Rwy 
31R runway visual range touchdown avbl. Noise sensitive areas all quadrants, noise abatement procedures in 
effect for fixed and rotary wing tfc, for information call arpt ops 214-670-6610. Private pilot certificate or better 
required to takeoff or land. No student solo flights permitted. Twy K clsd thru traffic. PAPI Rwy 31R unusable byd 
7° either side of centerline. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (214) 904-0251. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 120.15 (214) 358-5355 UNICOM 122.95 
DALLAS RCO 122.3 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® RGNL APP CON 125.2 (South) 124.3 (North) 

LOVE TOWER 123.7 118.7 END CON 121.75 CLNC DEL 127.9 
® RGNL DEP CON 124.3 (North Props) 125.2 (South Props) 125.125 118.55 (Turbojets) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

COWBOY {H)VORW/DME 116.2 CVE Chan 109 N32°53.42' W96°54.24' 128° 3.7 NM to fid. 450/6E. 

LOC unusable byd 20° right of centerline. 
LOC unusable beyond 25° right side of course. 
LOC unusable byd 20° right of course. 
Glide slope unusable for coupled apchs bio 



ILS/DME 111.5 


I-DAL 


Chan 52 


Rwy 13L. 


Class IT. 


ILS/DME 111.1 


l-DPX 


Chan 48 


Rwy 13R. 


Class IT. 


ILS/DME 111.1 


l-LVF 


Chan 48 


Rwy 31L. 


Class IB. 


ILS/DME 111.5 


1-0 VW 


Chan 52 


Rwy 31R. 


Class IE 


636' MSL. 











DALLAS SOUTH PORT (see palmer) 



DAN E. RICHARDS MUNI (see paducah) 



DAN JONES INTL (See Houston) 



DAVID HOOKS N30°07.53' W95°33.95' NOTAM FILE DWH. 

NDB(MHW)521 DWH 165° 3.9 NM to David Wayne Hooks Mem. Unmonitored. 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

L-19D, 21A, GOMW 



DAVID WAYNE HOOKS MEM (See Houston) 



DECATUR 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
COPTER 



BISHOP (76T) 6 E UTC-6(-5DT) N33°15.99' W97°27.10' 
875 S2 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: 3730X170 (TURF) 

RWY 17: Fence. RWY 35: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy may be rough due to drought conditions. Rwy soft after heavy rain. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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DECATUR MUNI <lud) 2n utc-6(-5dt> 

1047 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,' 

RWV 17-35: H4200X60 (ASPH) S-12.5, D-17 

RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 25'. 



N33°15.26' W97°34.83 
NOTAM FILE LUD 
MIRL 
RWV 35: P-line. Rgttfc. 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400Z:t-dusk, Sun 

1600-2300Z:t. Ground drops sharply 160' north of Rwy 17 thld. 
Glider activity on weekends April-October. Glider tfc pattern is on 
the West side of arpt, right tfc pattern for all powered acft on Rwy 
35. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints; to increase ints 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.225 (940) 627-2365 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 118.1 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

BOWIE (H)VORTACW 112.4 UKW Chan 71 N33°32.15' 
W97°49.28' 138° 20.8 NM to fid. 1100/6E. HIWAS. 




N33°10.12' W97°29.05' 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
COPTER 



HERITAGE CREEK (5st) 9 se utc-6(-sdt) 

883 TPA— 1683(800) NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 13-31: 3000X60 (TURF) LIRL 

RWV 13: Tree. Rgt tfc. RWV 31: Tree. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Bird activity south of arpt. All acft monitor CTAF due to the close proximity of Rhome 

Meadows arpt. Rwy 13 rgt tfc for ultralights and helicopters only, remain west of the rwy. Rwy 31 rgt tfc for fixed 

wing acft only, remain east of the rwy. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 13-31— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



DELL CITY MUNI (2E5) 2N UTC-7(-6DT) N31°56.S6' W105"11.50' EL PASO 

3701 B NOTAM FILE ABQ L-6F 

RWV 08-26: H4685X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 08: Sign. RWY 26: Thld dsplcd 400'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Dsplcd thld bar not painted. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABQ. 

SALT FLAT (L) VORTACW 113.0 SFL Chan 77 N31°44.89' W105°05.21' 324° 13.0 NM to fid. 3730/12E. 
HIWAS. 



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DEL RIO INTL (DRT) 2 NW UTC-6{-5DT) N29°22.45' W100°55.63' 

1002 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A AOE Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE DRT 
RWY 13-31: H6300X100 (ASPH) S-35 MIRL 

RWY 13: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 300'. 

Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 31: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Tree. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 13: T0RA-6300 T0DA-6300 ASDA-6300 LDA-6000 

RWY 31: TORA-6000 T0DA-6300 ASDA-6300 LDA-6000 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1130-0330ZJ:, Sun 

1300-0330ZJ:. For svc after hrs call 830-768-0898. Rwy 13 and 

Rwy 31 PAPI OTS indef. ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 13— CTAF. Flight 

Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Special 

Notices — U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.525 (830) 774-6251. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.3 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 119.6 (Mon-Fri 1300-0100ZJ:, clsd Sat, Sun 

2000-2300Zt- except holidays). Other hours etc 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.75 

CLNC DEL 120.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DRT. 

LAUGHLIN (H)VORTACW 114.4 DLF Chan 91 N29°21.65' W100°46.30' 269° 8.2 NM to fid. 1071/7E. 

KOTTI NDB (LOM) 335 DR N29°26.56' W100°59.54' 132° 5.3 NM to fid. LOM unmonitored. 

ILS/DME 111.9 l-DRT Chan 56 Rwy 13 LOM KOTTI NDB. LOC only. LOC/DME and KOTTI LOM 
unmonitored. 




DENISON N33°49.44' W96°40.18' NOTAM FILE GYI. 
NDB (MHW) 341 DNI 176° 6.6 NM to Grayson Co. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17C 



DENTON MUNI (DTO) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N33°12.04' W97°11.88' 
642 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1442(800) NOTAM FILE DTO 
RWY 17-35: H5999X150 (ASPH) S-70, D-100 MIRL 
RWY 17: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. Trees. 
RWY 35: VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 26'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Arpt CLOSED to ultralights 
and gliders. Mowing ops on arpt May-Sept. Rwy 17 designated as 
a calm wind runway. When twr clsd ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 
17— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.325 (940) 383-8457. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.95 UNICOM 122.95 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 118.1 

TOWER 119.95 (1400-0200ZJ:) GND CON/CLNC DEL 123.95 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1400-0200ZJ: other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

RANGER (H)VORTACW 115.7 FUZ Chan 104 N32°53.37' 

W97-10.77' 351° 18.7 NM to fid. 637/6E. 
PINCKNDB (LOM) 257 DT N33°16.99' W97°11.78' 174° 4.9 

NM to fid. 
ILS 109.1 l-DTO Rwy 17. LOM PINCK NDB. ILS 
unmonitored. LOC unusable byd 20° left of course. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

COPTER 

H-6H, L-17C, A 

IAP, AD 




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DENVER CITY (E57) 1 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°58.51' W102°50.53 
3575 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 04-22: H5780X50 (ASPH) S-13 LIRL 

RWV 04: VASI(V2L)— GA 4.5° TCH 64'. Thld dsplcd 350'. Road. 

RWV 22: VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 64'. Thld dsplcd 155'. Pump. Rgt 

tfc. 
RWV 08-26: H3960X45 (ASPH) S-13 

RWV 08: Thld dsplcd 179'. Fence. 

RWV 26: Thld dsplcd 526'. P-line. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Lgtd drilling rigs on and invof 

arpt. For fuel call 806-592-2232 days, 806-592-2558 ngts and 

weekends. Entrance road, 20' hangers and 4' fences obstructs 

primary surface of Rwy 08-26. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HOB. 

H06BS (L)VORTACW 111.0 HOB Chan 47 N32°38.29' 
W103°16.16' 036° 29.6 NM to fid. 3660/11E. 



ALBUQUERQUE 
H-6G, L-6H 




DEPOO N25°59.02' W97°30.54' NOTAM FILE BRO. 

NDB (LOM) 393 BR 129° 6.4 NM to Brownsville/South Padre Island Intl. 



DEVINE MUNI (23R) 2W UTC-6(-5DT) N29°08.30' W98°56.51 
703 B S4 NOTAM FILE SJT 

RWV 17-35: H3400X60 (ASPH) S-18 MIRL 0.8% up S 
RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Road. 
RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat dawn-dusk. MIRL Rwy 17-35 

preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.9 
SAN ANTONIO APP/DEP CON 118.05 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAT. 

SAN ANTONIO (H)VORTACW 116.8 SAT Chan 115 N29°38.64' 

W98°27.68' 212° 39.4 NM to fid. 1160/8E. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 359 HHH N29°08.30' W98°56.36' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE SJT. 




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DILLEY AIRPARK (24R) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N28°41.13' W99°11.35 
542 B NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 12-30: H3400X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL 

RWY12:Tree. RWV 30: Sign. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt Igts opr dusk-0500Z:t. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE COT. 

C0TULLA(L)VORTACW 115.8 COT Chan 105 N28°27.72' 
W99°07.11' 335° 13.9 NM tofld. 520/9E. HIWAS. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-20G 




DIMMIT CO (See CARRIZO SPRINGS) 



DIMMITTMUNI (T55) 2N UTC-6(-5DT) N34°34.00' W102°19.36 
3883 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 01-19: H5500X60 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWY 01: Tree. RWY 19: Road. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 01-19— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 
TEXICO (H)VORTACW 112.2 TXO Chan 59 N34°29.71' 
W102°50.38' 069° 25.0 NM to fid. 4060/11E. 



ALBUQUERQUE 
H-6G, L-6H 



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DRAUGHON-MILLER CENTRAL TEXAS RGNL (see temple) 



DRYDEN 



TERRELL CO (6R6) 5W UTC-6(-5DT) N30°02.76' W102°12.77' 
2322 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 04-22: H4525X75(ASPH) S-30 LIRL 
RWY 13-31: H4525X75 (ASPH) S-30 LIRL 

RWY 13: P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Thu-Tue 1400-0000Z:t. For fuel after hrs call 432-345-5731. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 

04-22 and RWY 13-31, rotating ben and Igtd wind cone — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FST. 

FORT STOCKTON (H)VORTAC 116.9 FST Chan 116 N30°57.13' W102°58.54' 133° 67.1 NM to fid. 
2893/11E. HIWAS. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19A 



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DUBLIN MUNI (9F0) 2 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°04.09' W98°19.52 
1495 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 15-33: H3200X60 (ASPH) S-22 MIRL 

RWV15:Tree. RWY 33: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Loose rocks and numerous cracks on 

rwy. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 15-33—123.5. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

GLEN ROSE (L) VORTACW 115.0 JEN Chan 97 N32°09.58' 
W97°52.65' 251° 23.5 NM to fid. 1300/6E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17B 




DUMAS 



MOORE CO (DUX) 2W UTC-5(-5DT) N35°51.48' W102°00.79' 
3705 B FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 4705(1000) NOTAM FILE DUX 
RWV 01-19: H5474X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-45 MIRL 

RWV 01: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. 

RWV 19: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Road. 
RWV 14-32: H3100X60 (ASPH) S-21, D-32 MIRL 

RWV 14: P line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t. Self-serve fuel 

avbl 24 firs with major credit card. For services after hours, call 

806-935-6995 or 806-676-6412. Parachute Jumping. Extensive 

cropdusting in summer. MIRL Rwy 01-19 preset low ints, to 

increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.075 (806) 934-3390. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DHT. 

DALHART(L) VORTACW 112.0 DHT Chan 57 N36°05.49' 
W102°32.68' 106° 29.4 NM to fid. 4020/12E. HIWAS. 




DUVAL-FREER 



(See FREER) 



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DYESS AFB (DYSJ(KDYS) AF 5 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°25.19' W99°51.32' DALLAS-FORT WORTH 

1789 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE FTW Not insp. H-6H, L-17B 

RWY 16-34: H13500X300 (PEM) PCN 64 R/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWY 16: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.5° TCH 54'. RWY 34: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.5° TCH 52'. 

RWY 162-342: 3505X60 (ASPH) PCN 37 F/B/W/T 

RWY 161-341: 3500X60 (TURF) AUW 155 

MILITARY SERVICE: JASU l(MD-3) 1(MA-1A) 1(AM32A-60A) 1(AM32-86A) FUEL J8 FLUID LPOX De-ice 

OIL 0-133-148-156 TRAN ALERT Svc avbl Mon-Fri 1400-0400Z:t, clsd weekend and holidays. F16 tran support 
not avbl. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1300-0700Z:t, clsd weekend and hoi. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remark. 
RSTD PPR required, etc afld ops DSN 461-2515/2258. Min 24 hr notice required and no more than 7 days prior. 
Prior to obtaining PPR for Rwys 161-341 and 162-342 OPS, tran acft must receive briefing from 317 AG Tactics 
DSN 461-2318/5048. Official Business Only 0500-1300Z:t. Inbound acft with distinguished visitor code 6 or 
abv etc afld ops 20 minutes prior to arrival. Mon-Fri, etc Comd Post on RAYMOND 37 (311.0 or 349.4) or DSN 
461-1921, 45 min prior to arrival weekend and holidays. No tran acft launches/recoveries during base acft 
surges. No arrival/departure when lightning within 5 NM without OG/CC approval. ACC quiet hr policy 
0430-1200Z:t. CAUTION Intensive training and formation flight of heavy acft in the immediate vicinity. Extensive 
VFR assault strip tfc west of Rwy 16-34. Afld signs require B52 acft exit Rwy 16-34 at Twy F. Acft C-130 and 
larger 180° turns allowed only on cone surface at north and south ends of Rwy 16-34. During bird watch 
condition moderate and severe, aircrews should comply with owning MAJCOM/Unit guidance, aircrews can 
obtain current bird watch condition with ATIS/PTD. COMSEC stored at Command Post. No COMSEC storage avbl. 
TFC PAT TPA — Rectangular 3000(1211), overhead 3500(1711). During VMC dep acft must remain at or bio 3000' 
until fid boundary to ensure separation from VFR overhead. RSRS applies to all ACC acft. B-l 8000', C-130, 
5000' separation, B-l acft rqr minimum ceiling/visibility 1500'/3 statute miles and rwy surface dry. 
CSTMS/AG/IMG CSTMS avbl, etc Security Forces DSN 461-2131/2132 24 hr in advance. For Customs refer to FCG 
or AP-1. MISC All AMC acft etc AMCC prior to arrival DSN 461-1984, C 325-696-1984. Afld designated as 
orbital Idg site. Wx opr 24 hrs Mon 0600Z:t thru Sat 0700Z:t; clsd weekend and holidays DSN 461-2524, 
C325-696-2524, fax extension 4458. Remote wx briefing avbl etc 26 OWS Barksdale AFB DSN 781-4775, 
C818-456-4775, Toll Free 1-866-223-9328, fax extension 3493. For CSTMS, refer to FCG or AP-1. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: Afld wx monitored by AN/FMQ-19 ASOS. augmented by human observer when rqr during opr 
hr. ATC will relay twr prevailing visibility. RCR/RSC and VIRGA remarks to acft. Augumented obsn sfc visibility 
rstd 090°-160° by buildings. 

COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 385.7 PTD 139.3 372.2 
® ABILEEN APP/DEP CON 125.0 338.3 (E) 127.2 282.3 (W) 

TOWER 133.0 257.675 (Weekdays 1300-0700Zt, clsd weekend and hoi.) GND CON 118.35 275.8 
ACC COMMAND POST (RAYMOND 37) 311.0 321.0 (349.4 AMCC) PMSV METRO 383.25 Altn PMSV, Sheppard AFB 
339.65. 

AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 

ABILEEN (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' W99°51.81' 164° 3.7 NM to fid. 1810/10E. 
TUSCOLA (DVORW/DME 111.6 TQA Chan 53 N32°14.15' W99°49.01' 340° 11.2 NM to fid. 2018/10E. 

NOTAM FILE FTW. 
(L)TACAN Chan 63 DYS (133.6) N32°25.11' W99°51.42' at fid. 1782/08E. NOTAM FILE FTW. MP Mon 
1000-1500Z:t. No NOTAM MP Wed 1000-1500Z:t. 
TACAN unusable: 

160-240° byd 25 NM bio 5,000' 240°-270° byd 30 NM bio 4,000' 

ILS 109.9 l-TYY Rwy 16. Glide Slope unusable bio 2010'. MP Tue 1100-1500Z:t. No NOTAM MP Fri 

1100-1500Z:t. 
ILS 109.9 l-DYS Rwy 34. MP: Tue 1100-1500Z:t. MP Tue 1100-1500Z:t. No NOTAM MP Fri 

1100-1500Z:t. 
ASR 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



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EAGLE LAKE (ELA) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N29°36.03' W96°19.32 
184 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, MOGAS NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 17-35: H3801X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 
RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 15'. Tree. 
RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 15'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1500-0000Z+. For svc after hrs 
call 281-541-5419. Rwy 17-35 unmarked. MIRL Rwy 17-35 
preset low, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

(HJVORW/DME 116.4 ELA Chan 111 N29°39.75' 
W96°19.03' 176° 3.7 NM to fid. 190/8E. 



HOUSTON 

L-19D, 21A, GOMW 

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{H)VORW/DME 116.4 ELA Chan 111 176° 3.7 NM to Eagle Lake. 190/8E. 



HOUSTON 
H-7C, L-19D, 21A, GOMW 



EAGLE PASS 

MAVERICK CO MEMORIAL INTL (5T9) sn utc-6(-sdt) N28°5i.43' wioo°3o.si' sanantonio 

887 FUEL 100LL, JET A AOE NOTAM FILE SJT H-7B, L-19B 

RWV 13-31: H5506X100 (ASPH) MIRL IAP 

RWV 13: Brush. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dawn-dusk. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset low ints, to incr ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. Flight 

Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

EAGLE PASS RCO 122.3 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® DEL RIO APP/DEP CON 127.75 (Mon-Fri 1300-OlOOZt-, clsd Sat, Sun 2000-2300Z:t except holidays). Other hrs etc 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.D 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DRT. 

LAUGHLIN (H)VORTACW 114.4 DLF Chan 91 N29°21.65' W100M6.30' 149° 33.1 NM to fid. 1071/7E. 



EAGLE PASS N2S°51.27' W100°31.53' 
RCD 122.3 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 


SAN ANTONIO 
H-7B, L-19B 


EAGLES AERODOME (see conway) 


EAST BREAKS (EMK) N27°49.12' W94°19.37' 
AWOS-3 119.475 


L-20J, 21A, GOMW 


EAST BREAKS N27°51.50' W94°53.05' 
RCO 122.5 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 


HOUSTON 
L-21A 


EASTERWOOD FLD (see college station) 



EASTLAND MUNI (ETN) 1 N UTC-6(-5DT) N32 24.81' W98°48.59' 
1464 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H4020X60 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.5% up N 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17B 

IAP 



RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 54'. Trees. RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Pline. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-0000Z:t. For fuel after hours call 254-488-1055. Self serve fuel avbl 24 

hrs with major credit cards. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35 and PAPI Rwy 17 and Rwy 35— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MILLSAP (H)VORTACW 117.7 MQP Chan 124 N32°43.57' W97°59.85' 237° 45.2 NM to fid. 900/9E. 

OLD RIP NDB (MHW)410 OIP N32°23.91' W98°48.62' at fid. 



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EAST TEXAS RGNL (see longview) 



BROWNSVILLE 

H-7B, L-20H 

IAP 



EDINBURG 

SOUTH TEXAS INTL AT EDINBURG <ebg) 9n utc-6(-sdt) N26°26.50' W98°07.33' 

75 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE EBG 
RWY 14-32: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-22 MIRL 

RWY 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. RWY 32: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0200Zt-. Twy D closed indef. Rotating ben OTS infef. MIRL Rwy 14-32 preset low 

ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.025. (956) 380-1426. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® CORPUS APP/DEP CON 121.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HRL. 

HARLINGEN (L) VORW/DME 109.2 HRL Chan 29 N26°13.75' W97°39.12' 292° 28.4 NM to fid. 30/5E. HIWAS. 



EDNA 



JACKSON CO (26R) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N29°00.06' W96°34.92 
61 B S4 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 14-32: H3393X70 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 14: P line. RWY 32: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended daylight hours. To monitor aerobatic 

box — 123.3. Rotating ben OTS indef. NOTE: See Special 

Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PSX. 

PALACIOS(H)V0RTACW 117.3 PSX Chan 120 N28°45.87' 
W96°18.37' 306° 20.3 NM tofld. 6/8E. HIWAS. 



HOUSTON 
L-19D, 21A 




EDWARDS CO (See ROCKSPRINGS) 



ELDORADO (27R) 1W UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 51.73' W100°36.65' 
2448 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 17-35: H4300X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 17: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0°. TCH 40'. Tree. Rgt tfc. RWY 35: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Road 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For fuel call 325-853-2036/2737. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19B 



COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

SAN ANGELO (H) VORTACW 115.1 SJT Chan 98 



N31°22.50' W100°27.29' 185° 31.7 NM to fid. 1890/10E. 



ELLINGTON FLD (see Houston) 



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EL PASO 



N31°48.44' W106°22.65' 
OX 2, 4 TPA-See Remarks 



AOE 



EL PASO 

H-4K, L-6F 

IAP, AD 



RWV D8L: 
RWV D8R: 
RWV 22: 
RWV 26L: 
RWV 26R: 



TORA-5493 

TORA-9025 

TORA-12020 

TORA-9025 

TORA-5493 



ASDA-12020 

ASDA-5493 

ASDA-9025 

ASDA-12449 

ASDA-9025 

ASDA-5493 



LDA-12020 

LDA-5493 

LDA-9025 

LDA-12020 

LDA-9025 

LDA-5493 



Biggs AAF 




EL PASO INTL (elp) 4 ne utc-7(-5dt) 

3959 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET Al +, B i 
Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE ELP 
RWV 04-22: H12020X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-lOO, D-180, ST-175, 
DT-350 HIRL 

RWV 04: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 
RWV 22: MALSR. Rgt tfc. 0.3% down. 
RWV 08R-26L: H9025X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-100, D-180, ST-175 
DT-350 HIRL 

RWV 08R: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 68'. Rgt tfc. 0.4% up. 
RWV 26L: ODALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 75'. 0.4% down. 
RWV 08L-26R: H5499X75 (ASPH) S-60, D-180, ST-175 MIRL 

RWV 26R: Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWV 04: TORA-12020 TODA-12020 
TODA-5493 
TODA-9025 
TODA-12020 
TODA-9025 
TODA-5493 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. TPA small acft 4800 (841); 
turbojet 5500 (1541); overhead 6000 (2041). Rwy 08L-26R not 
avbl for air carrier ops with more than 9 passenger seats. 24 hour PPR class A explosives etc 915-780-4749. 
Biggs AAF 2 NM NW Rwy 21 can be mistaken for ELP Rwy 22. Military users should review noise abatement 
procedures listed for Biggs AAF. Sailplane and ultralight ops invof Horizon arpt 8 NM ESE. 611' AGL unlighted 
smokestack 8 miles west-southwest of arpt. Holding position markings for Rwy 08R apch and Rwy 04-22 are in 
close proximity to the terminal apron, review arpt diagram prior to pushback from the gate. Twy A south of Twy E 
Twys B and C, Twy J northeast of Twy Kl, Twy K northeast of Twy Kl between Twy J and north cargo ramp, Twy U 
and Twy V south of Twy L, and Twy K2 not visible from twr. North bound tfc prohibited on Twy F south of Twy E. 
Noise abatement procedures in effect, etc tower for details. Engine power is rstd to idle power on one engine at 
a time for maximum 5 min on any terminal or parking aprons. Cross-bleed starts or other pre-dep activity on 
movement areas only. Maintenance or other requirements needing longer or higher power etc tower for 
directions to designated runup areas. Rwy 04 rwy visual range touchdown and rollout avbl. Rwy 22 rwy visual 
range touchdown and rollout avbl. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Special 
Notices — Continuous Power Facilities and U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (915) 779-6452. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 120.0 (915) 772-9412 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122.4 122.55 (ALBUQUERQUE RADIO) 
® APP CON 124.25 (North— V16) 119.15 (South— V16) 
® DEPCON 119.15 

TOWER 118.3 GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 125.0 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ELP. 

(H)VORTACW 115.2 ELP Chan 99 N31°48.95' W106°16.91' 252° 4.9 NM to fid. 4020/12E. 
VOR unusable 310°-070° byd 25 NM blw 12,000' MSL 
DME unusable 

260°-270° byd 30 NM blw 11,000' 270°-310° byd 30 NM blw 10,000'. 

VALTR NDB (HW/LOM) 242 EL N31°51.62' W106°19.06' 212° 4.4 NM to fid 

ILS/DME 111.5 l-ETF Chan 52 Rwy 04. LOC only. LOC unusable beyond 25° left of course. LOC 

unusable beyond 30° right of course. 
ILS/DME 111.5 l-ELP Chan 52 Rwy 22. LOM VALTR NDB. ILS unmonitored. DME unusable byd 16 NM 

Restricted Area R-5103A. 
ASR Radar unusable below 9000' W of mountains. 



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HORIZON (T27) USE UTC-7(-6DT) N31°43.19' W106°14.22' EL PASO 

4007 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A, MOGAS TPA— 4804(797) NOTAM FILE ABQ H-4K, L-BF 

RWY 08-26: H6885X50 (ASPH-DIRT) S-12 LIRL (NSTD) IAP 

RWY08: Pole. Rgttfc. RWY 26: Ground. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat dawn-dusk, Sun dawn-OlOOZzt-. Sailplane and Ultralight ops on and invof arpt. 

Sailplane and Ultralights left tfc Rwy 08, rgt tfc Rwy 26. Parked acft obstruct primary surface Rwy 08-26. Rwy 

08-26 NSTD LIRL. Thld Igts all green. Only 4035' west end Igtd. ACTIVATE rotating ben and NSTD LIRL Rwy 

08-26— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

EL PASO APP/DEP CON 119.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ELP. 

EL PASO (H) VORTACW 115.2 ELP Chan 99 N31°48.95' W106°16.91' 146° 6.2 NM to fid. 4020/12E. 



ENNIS MUNI (F41) 2W UTC-6(-5DT) N32°19.78' W96°39.83 
500 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 15-33: H3999X50 (ASPH) S-18 MIRL 0.6% up NW 
RWY 15: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 33: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Thld dsplcd 255'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z4:. Fuel avbl 24 hrs with major 
credit card. Parachute Jumping. Bumps north end of Rwy 15. Rwy 
33 thld dsplcd 749' indef. MIRL Rwy 15-33 preset low ints, to 
incr ints and ACTIVATE REIL and PAPI Rwy 15 and Rwy 33— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 125.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

CEDAR CREEK (L) VORTACW 114.8 CQY Chan 95 N32°11.14' 
W96°13.09' 285° 24.3 NM to fid. 400/6E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17C.A 

IAP 




FABENS (E35) 1 NE UTC-7(-6DT) N31°30.94' W106°08.83' EL PASO 

3679 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ABQ L-GF 

RWY 08-26: H4200X60 (ASPH) S-25 LIRL 

RWY 08: Thld dsplcd 190'. Pole. RWY 26: Antenna. 

RWY 16-34: H2300X35 (ASPH) 

RWY 16: Brush. RWY 34: Thld dsplcd 100'. Bldg. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1500-OOOOZt. PAEW Rwy 08-26 dalgt hours. Rising terrain NE of Rwy 16-34 and E of 

Rwy 08-26. Rwy 34 dsplcd thld bar missing. ACTIVATE Rotating ben and LIRL Rwy 08-26 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ELP. 

EL PASO (H) VORTACW 115.2 ELP Chan 99 N31°48.95' W106°16.91' 147° 19.3 NM to fid. 4020/12E. 



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FALFURRIAS 

BROOKS CO (BKS) 2 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N27°12.36' W98°07.26 
113 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BKS 
RWV 17-35: H6002X75 (ASPH) S-52, D-SO MIRL 
RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Tree. 
RWV 35: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RWV 14-32: H3071X60 (ASPH) S-4 

RWV 14: Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mar-Oct, Mon-Fri 1400-2200; Nov-Feb, 
dalgt hrs. 9' fence located approximately 900' north of Rwy 17. 
Rwy 17-35 gross engineering weight 60,000 lbs. Extreme noise 
sensitive areas to the north, west and southwest of arpt along 
lake/residence area. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase 
ints and ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 17 and Rwy 35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.125 (361) 325-4055. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/I.IN IC DM 122. 8 
® KINGSVILLE APP/DEP CON 119.9 (Mon-Thu 1330-0530ZJ:, Fri 

1330-2330Z4:, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays by NOTAM) other 
times etc 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.15 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

CORPUS CHRISTI (H)VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' 

W97°26.69' 212° 55.2 NM to fid. 60/9E. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 353 BKS N27°12.42' W98°07.31' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE BKS. 




FARLY N31°59.28' W102°19.51' NOTAM FILE MAF. 

NDB (HW/LOM) 326 MA 104° 6.9 NM to Midland Intl. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-6H 



FAYETTE RGNL AIR CENTER (see la grange) 



FEHMEL DUSTING SERVICE (see bay city) 



4 N UTC-6(-5DT) N32°31.75' W96°43.68' 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
COPTER 



FERRIS RED OAK MUNI HELIPORT <i 2 t 

510 NOTAM FILE FTW 

HELIPAD HI: H40X40 (CONC) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Helipad HI 6' fence 80' N, 165' p-line 1635' E, road 132' S and 35' p-line 730' W 

and 40' tree 480' SE. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



FISHER CO (See ROTAN/ROBY) 



FLOYDADA MUNI (41F) IN UTC-6(-5DT) N34°00.09' W101°19.82 
3187 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H4600X60 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 
RWV 17: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Elevator. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-OOOOZd;. Numerous 

agricultural acft operations spring, summer and fall. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® LUBBOCK APP/DEP CON 119.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PVW. 

PLAINVIEW (L) VORW/DME 112.9 PVW Chan 76 N34°05.17' 
W101°47.41' 091° 23.5 NM to fid. 3400/11E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-6H 

IAP 




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FLUET N33°15.70' W96°35.33' NOTAM FILE TKI. 

NBB{L0M)421 EF 176° 5.0 NM to Collin County Regional at McKinney. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



FLUFY N31°13.13' W94°49.51' NOTAM FILE LFK. 

NDB(LOM)350 LF 071° 4.0 NM to Angelina Co. Unmonitored. 



FLYIN' B (See HOUSTON) 



FLYIN TIGER (see angleton) 



FLYING H RANCH 



(See WHITES BORO) 



FLYING V RANCH 



(See LOUISE) 



FOLLETT/LIPSCOMB CO (T93) 1 E UTC-6(-5DT) N36°26.45' W100°07.43' 

2601 TPA— 3601(1000) NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWY 17-35: H4073X60 (ASPH) S-18 LIRL 1.7% up S 

RWY17: P-line. RWY 35: Hill. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Windsock Igts OTS indef. No line of 

sight between rwy ends. Rwy 17-35 13' wide strip of pavement 

along W edge of rwy is spongy and will not support listed wheel 

weight. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

KANSAS CITY CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.95 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GAG. 

BABE (H)VORTACW 115.6 GAG Chan 103 N36°20.62' 
W99°52.81' 286° 13.2 NM to fid. 2430/10E. HIWAS. 



WICHITA 
L-15C 

IAP 



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FORT HOOD/KILLEEN 

ROBERT GRAY AAF (FORT HOOD) (GRKJ(KGRK) CIV/MIL A 6 SW UTC-6(-5DT) sanantonio 

N31°04.04' W97°49.74' H-6H, L-19C, 21A 

1015 B FUEL JET A TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index E NOTAM FILE GRK AD 

RWV 15-33: H10000X200 (PEM) PCN 57 R/B/W/T HIRL 

RWV 15: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. 

RWV 33: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.8° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 194'. 0.4% up. 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEMS 

HOOK BAK-12A(B) (1250') RWV 33 
MILITARY SERVICE: JASU l(AM32-95) 4(A/M32A-86) 1(ESSEX B809) FUEL J8 PPR only. (NC-A, 1000-0230Z:t, other 

times C254-501-8750). 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. PPR all civil acft 12,500 pounds or less etc arpt manager at 

254-501-8700. 
MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. PPR all civil acft etc arpt manager at 254-501-8704 

or OPS 254-501-8750. RSTD PPR rqr DSN 738-9200/9209, C254-288-9200/9209. CAUTION Deer vicinity rwy. 

Extensive helicopter opr vicinity Fort Hood, some without conspicuous marks and blend with terrain. TFC PAT Tfc 

pat altitude left and rgt. TPA— Rotary Wing 1500(485), Fixed Wing 2500(1485), pure jet/overhead 3000(1985). 

CSTMS/AG/IMG CSTMS avbl. 24hr prior notice rqr. During normal duty hrs etc Provost Marshal's office CSTMS DSN 

737-1942, C254-287-1942, other times etc base ops DSN 738-9200, C254-288-9200. MISC Ctc Gray twr for 

idg/dep PAD 24. Ltd parking. Guard approval for ramp access. Clsd circuit TV opr. All inbound VIP acft ctc PTD 

20 min prior Idg. Base OPS fax DSN 738-1930, C254-288-1930. Wx visibility obstruction rstd S through NW. 

Rwy 15 runway visual range touchdown avbl. Twy B (from Twy E to apch end Rwy 33) not authorized for DoD acft 

that rqr Class B rwy. Twy B (from Twy C to Twy E) rstd to acft with wingspan 200' or less. Precision approach 

radar not avbl (Exc emergency) from 0500-1300ZT.. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.75 ATIS 124.9 PTD 125.05 
® GRAY APP/DEP CON 120.075 323.15 

TOWER 120.75 241.0 285.5 GRAY GND 125.2 279.5 CLNC DEL 121.8 251.1 

PMSV GRAY METRO 306.5 (Full sve avbl 24 hrs) RANGE CTL 30.45 38.30 FT HOOD FLT FLW 143.1 357.9 38.75 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve continuous. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

GOOCH SPRINGS (H)VORTACW 112.5 AGJ Chan 72 N31°11.13' W98°08.51' 109° 17.6 NM to fid. 
1290/8E. 

GRAY (T)VORW/DME 111.8 GRK Chan 55 N31°01.97' W97°48.83' 332° 2.2 NM to fid. 980/7E. NOTAM 
FILE GRK. Unmonitored. 

STARN NDB (MHW/LOM) 323 GR N31°10.07' W97°52.69' 150° 6.5 NM to fid. 

ILS 111.1 l-GRK Rwy 15. Class IT. LOM STARN NDB. 

ILS/DME 109.35 l-BTJ Chan 30(Y) Rwy 33. Class IE. 

ASR/PAR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. PMSV remote briefing sve avbl 26 

Operational Weather Squadron Barksdale AFB, DSN 781-4775 C318-456-4775. 



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FORT STOCKTON-PECOS CO (fstj 2 nw utc-6(-5dt> 

3011 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE FST 
RWY 12-30: H7508X100 (ASPH) S-24 MIRL 0.3% up SE 

RWY 12: PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Brush. 

RWY 30: PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Tree. 
RWY 07-25: 4961X150 (TURF) 0.6% up SW 

RWY 25: Brush. 
RWY 03-21: H4400X60 (ASPH) MIRL 1.196 up SW 

RWY 03: P-line. RWY 21: Tree. 
RWY 16-34: 3981X150 (TURF) 1.0% up SE 

RWY 34: Tree. 
RWY 11-29: 3348X100 (TURF) 0.3% up SE 

RWY 29: Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t-. For fuel and services after 

hours call 432-336-9900 or Unicom. 24 hr self service avbl with 

major credit card. 3210' tower 2 miles northeast. MIRL Rwy 

03-21 and Rwy 12-30 preset low ints, to incr ints 

ACTIVATE — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 12 and Rwy 30 opr continuously. 

NOTE: See Special Notices — Model Aircraft Activity. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.525 (432) 336-7591. HIWAS 116.9 

FST. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122. 1R 116. 9T (ALBUQUERQUE RADIO) 
® ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.875 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FST. 

(H)VORTAC 116.9 FST Chan 116 N30°57.13' W102°58.54' 



N30°54.92' W102°54.77' 




113° 3.9 NM to fid. 2893/11E. HIWAS. 



N32°34.91' W97°35.45' 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
COPTER 
L-17C, A 



FORT WORTH 

BOURLAND FLD (50F) 17 sw utc-6(-5dt) 

873 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWY 17-35: H4092X60 (ASPH) MIRL (NSTD) 0.9% up N 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 392'. Road. RWY 35: VASI(V2L). Thld dsplcd 260 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. For svcs after hours call 
817-512-3122. Arpt CLOSED to transient student training. Rwy 
17-35 NSTD MIRL, lenses on thld and dsplcd thld clear lenses 
with solid color bulbs. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35 and VASI Rwy 
35— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 135.975 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MILLSAP (H)VORTACW 117.7 MQP Chan 124 N32°43.58' 
W97°59.84' 104° 22.3 NM to fid. 890/9E. 



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FORT WORTH ALLIANCE ( afw) 14 n 

722 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 
RWV 16L-34R: H9600X150 (CONC-GRVD) 



UTC-6(-5DT) N32°59.26' W97°19.13' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

OX 4 LRA ARFF Index— See Remarks NOTAM FILE AFW COPTER 

D-200, ST-175, DT-400, DDT-870 HIRLCL H-6H, L-17C, A 



RWV 16L: ALSF2. TDZL. Thld dsplcd 1390'. 0.6% down. Rgttfc. IAP, AD 

RWV 34R: MALSR. P-line. 0.6% up. 
RWV 16R-34L: H8220X150 (CONC-GRVD) D-200, ST-175, 

DT-400, DDT 870 MIRL 

RWV 16R: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Thld dsplcd 501'. Railroad. 0.6% down. 

Rgttfc. 

RWV 34L: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Thld dsplcd 601'. Fence. 0.6% up. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 16L: TORA-9600 TODA-9600 ASDA-9600 LDA-8210 

RWV 16R: T0RA-8220 T0DA-8220 ASDA-7619 LDA-7118 

RWV 34L: T0RA-8220 TODA-8220 ASDA-7719 LDA-7118 

RWV 34R: TORA-9600 TODA-9600 ASDA-8516 LDA-8516 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Class IV, ARFF Index A. ARFF 

Index E available. PPR for air carrier ops with more than 30 

passenger seats, call 817-890-1000 or 800-318-9268. Last 

1084' Rwy 34R not available for accelerate stop and landings. 

Portions of Twy H movement area east of Twy A is not visible from 

twr. Rwy 16L and Rwy 34R runway visual range touchdown, 

midpoint and rollout avbl. Prior arrangements required for airframe 

or power plant repairs for design group III and above. U.S. 

Customs user fee arpt. Twy P closed indef. Twy D and Twy C closed west of Rwy 16R-34L indef. Rotating ben 

OTS indef. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 126.925 (817) 491-8625. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 126.925 

RGNL APP/DEP CON 118.1 

ALLIANCE TOWER 135.15 CLNC DEL 128.725 END CON 132.65 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve continuous. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

RANGER (H)VORTACW 115.7 FUZ Chan 104 N32°53.37' W97°10.77' 304° 9.2 NM to fid. 637/6E. 

ILS/DME 110.15 l-UPE Chan 38(Y) Rwy 16L. Class HIE. LOC unusable byd 30° right of centerline 

ILS/DME 110.15 l-JVX Chan 38(Y) Rwy 34R. Class ID. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Emerg frequency not available. ARINC frequency 129.75 avbl. 




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FORT WORTH MEACHAM INTL (ftw) sn utc-6(-5dt) N32M9.19' W97°2i.75' 

710 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, A1+ 0X1,3 TPA— (See Remarks) LRA 
ARFF Index— See Remarks NOTAM FILE FTW 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

COPTER 

H-6H. L-17C. A 

IAP, AD 



RWY 16-34: H7501X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-80, D-100, ST-127, DT-190, DDT-350 HIRL 0.5% up N 

RWV IB: REIL. MALSR. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 56'. Pole. 

RWY 34: REIL. MALS. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 17-35: H4006X75 (ASPH) S-12.5, D-50 MIRL 

RWY 17 PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.75° TCH 51'. Dam. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 35 PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 40'. 
RWY 09-27: H3677X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-45, DT-60 MIRL 

RWY 27: PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Birds on and invof arpt. 

Class IV, ARFF Index A. ARFF Index B available all users all hrs. 

Rwy 17-35 and Rwy 09-27 Twys B, Bl, C and D west of Rwy 

16-34, Twys C and M east of Twy A, Twys H, J, K South of Rwy 

09-27, Twy G SE of Twy K clsd to air carrier acft with more than 

30 passenger seats. Rwy 09-27 has ravelling in cracks and block 

cracks spaced 5 ft apart or less. Twy K south of Rwy 09-27 clsd 

to acft weighing over 12,500 lbs. Tfc pattern altitude for Rwy 

17-35 1300(590), all other rwys 1500(790). Landing fee for acft 

weighing over 70,000 lbs maximum landing weight. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (817) 626-5811. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 120.7 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.6 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 118.1 (North) 135.975 (South) 

MEACHAM TOWER 118.3 OND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 124.65 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

RANGER (H)VORTACW 115.7 FUZ Chan 104 N32°53.37' W97°10.77' 240° 10.2 NM to fid. 637/6E. 

MUFIN NDB (LOM) 365 FT N32°53.58' W97°22.41' 165° 4.4 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 109.9 l-FTW Chan 36 Rwy 16. Class IT. LOM MUFIN NDB. Back course unusable. 

ILS/DME 109.9 l-UXT Chan 36 Rwy 34. 




FORT WORTH SPINKS (FWS) 14 S UTC-6(-5DT) N32°33.91' W97°18.49 

700 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1700(1000) NOTAM FILE FWS 

RWY 17R-35L: H6002X100 (ASPH) S-40, D-50, DT-90 MIRL 
RWY 17R: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. P-line. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 35L: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 

RWY 17L-35R: 4000X60 (TURF) 
RWY35R: Ground Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0300Z:t. 24 hr FBO. 100LL self 
serve 24 hr with major credit card. Birds invof arpt. Rotorcraft 
opns rstd in self svc fuel areas. Unlgtd antenna array 212' AGL 5 
NM southeast of arpt. Rwy 17L-35R avbl only during dalgt/VFR 
and dry weather surface conditions. Rwy 17L-35R reflective 
markers 80' apart outline rwy. Noise abatement procedure, avoid 
noise sensitive areas all quadrants of arpt, maintain altitudes at 
or above 1000' AGL over these areas. ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 
35L— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 120.025 (817) 426-4172. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.625 UNICOM 122.7 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 135.975 

SPINKS TOWER 124.625 (1400-0300Z:t) GND CON 119.475 
GCO 121.725 (FORT WORTH CLNC and FLIGHT SERVICES) 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1400-0 300Z:t other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DFW. 

RANGER (H)VORTACW 115.7 FUZ Chan 104 N32°53.37' W97°10.77' 
ILS 110.95 l-JZW Rwy 35L. ILS unmonitored. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

COPTER 

H-6H, L-17C, A 

IAP 




193° 20.5 NM to fid. 637/6E. 



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HICKS AIRFIELD (T67) 14 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°55.87' W97°24.70' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

855 B S4 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1500(545) NOTAM FILE FTW COPTER 

RWV 14-32: H3740X60 (ASPH) MIRL L-17C, A 

RWV 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Thld dsplcd 340'. Railroad. 

RWV 32: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Thld dsplcd 191'. Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Tue-Sun 1400-2100Z:L\ Fuel avbl 24 hrs with credit card. Ultralight ops invof arpt. PAEW 

adjacent rwy. Uncontrolled vehicle tfc invof hangars and on twys. Calm wind Rwy 14. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/I.IN IC DM 123.05 

RGNLCLNC DEL 125.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DFW. 

RANGER (H)VORTACW 115.7 FUZ Chan 104 N32°53.37' W97°10.77' 276° 12 NM to fid. 637/6E. 



UTC-6(-5DT) 



LIRL 



N32°58.64' W097°29.30' 
Not insp. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

COPTER 

H-GH, L-17C.A 



MIRL 



KENNETH COPELAND (4T2) is nw 

588 B NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWV 17-35: H6000X140 (ASPH-CONC) 

RWV 35: Trees. 
RWV 12-30: H3000X125 (ASPH-CONC) 

RWV 12: Fence. RWV 30: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 12-30 outer 18' of each side of rwy is asph, center 39' is cone. Rwy 

17-35 outer 50' of each side of rwy is asph, center 40' is cone on Rwy 17 end, asph on Rwy 35 end. Arpt clsd 

to transient acft except 3 hrs PPR call 817-252-5857. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 12-30 and LIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 123.075 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: 

RANGER (H)VORTACW 115.7 FUZ Chan 104 N32°53.37' W97°10.77' 283° 16.5 NM to fid. 637/6E. 



SYCAMORE STRIP (9F9) 8S UTC-6(-5DT) N32°37.71' W97°21.22' 

750 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1560(800) NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWV 17-35: H3970X30 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWV 17: Thld dsplcd 300'. Railroad/P-line. Rgttfc. 
RWV 35: Fence/Railroad/P-line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0400Z:t. Ultralight activity on and in 
vicinity of arpt. Rwy 17-35 surface rough, broken, rutted with 
numerous loose rock and grass. NSTD LIRL, single white thld 
light, single green bulbs each side, spacing NSTD. Rwy 17-35 
2800' useable at ngt. Rwy 17-35 rwy sfc rough. Rwy 17 thld 
relocated 550' at ngt, Rwy 35 thld relocated 620' at ngt. Arpt clsd 
to transient acft except 2 hrs PPR call 817-293-0510. For LIRL 
Rwy 17-35 call (817) 293-0510. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DFW. 

RANGER (H)VORTACW 115.7 FUZ Chan 104 N32°53.37' 
W97°10.77' 203° 17.9 NM to fid. 637/6E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
COPTER 
L-17C.A 



35 g ^ l , -^ , . ; 4-. 



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258 TEXAS 

FORT WORTH NAS JRB (carswell fld) (nfw; n (afrcj sw utc-6(-5dt) dallas-ft worth 

N32°46.15' W97°26.49' COPTER 

650 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE NFW Not insp. H-BH, L-17C, A 

RWY 17-35: H12000X200 (C0NC) PCN 107 R/B/X/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWY 17: REIL. OLS. PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. RWY 35: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEMS 

RWY 17 HOOK E28(B) (1250') HOOK E28(B) (1373') RWY 35 

MILITARY SERVICE: A-GEAR Short field cable not maintained in battery on active rwy. 20 min prior notice required for 
short field engagement. JASU 1(NCPP-105) l(NC-8) 4(AM32A-86D) 7(AM32A-60A) FUEL J8 Opr 
1200-0430Zt. FLUID SP PRESAIR Limited LOX LOX svc not avbl with non-removable LOX converters UFN. 
OIL 0-133-148 Limited JOAP TRAN ALERT No priority basis. Limited tran svc/maintenance avbl, emerg only. 
Hangar space/fleet svc/de-ice unavbl. Tran acft etc twr on ground frequency prior to engine start/taxiing. 48 hr 
PN for PPR acft requiring daily transient/ATC svc. Rules of ATC sves brief required for acft opr out of NAS Ft 
Worth. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1300-0500Z:t, Sat and Sun 1500-2300ZJ;, clsd hoi. Afld hrs subject to change by 
NOTAM. Base OPS/ATC not manned outside of published hrs. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remark. RSTD 
PPR all acft DSN 739-5715/5677, C817-782-5715/5677. PPR all acft parking ANG ramp, DSN 874-3256, 
0817-852-3256, normal opr Tue-Fri 1130-2215Z:t, clsd Sat, Sun, Mon, and hoi. All tran acft etc ANG OPS 
226.9 15 min prior to Idg. CAUTION Foreign Object Damage free on center 200' of rwy only. Taxi on centerline, 
increase interval. Four-engine acft, secure outboard engine. Moderate and strong west wind reduced at 
touchdown point Rwy 17 by Lockheed Complex. TFC PAT TPA — Rectangular 1700(1050), overhead 2200(1550). 
Enter helicopter tfc pattern east of rwy 1200(550). Reduced rwy separation standard in effect USN/USMC acft, 
3000' alternate sides, 5000' centerline, 6000' touch and go behind full stop, 6000' between dissimilar acft. 
Local based USAF fighter acft as per letter of agreement. NS ABT MT: Effective Mon-Sat 0400-1300Z:t, Sun 
0400-1800Zt, departures and straight-in full stop Idg only. CSTMS/AG/IMG US military customs schedule Mon-Fri 
1400-2200Zt 48 hr prior notice through NAS Security DSN 739-5200, 0817-782-5200. MISC Rwy 17 first 
1000' cone, 6700' high-friction asph, 2800' grooved cone, remaining 1500' cone. Flight Plan Dispatch DSN 
739-7531, C817-782-7531. On site Wx forecasting not avbl, etc 1-888-PILOT-WX (1-888-745-6899) for 
forecasting svc. Duty driver not avbl. Lockheed/Martin — Official Business Only. For access, etc Lockheed Martin 
fit ops DSN 838-5677, C817-763-3624. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remark for additional information. 
AFRC DSN 739-6888. NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 

COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 273.575 (1300-0500Z:t) 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 125.8 257.95 

NAVY FORT WORTH TOWER 120.95 269.325 284.725 (Mon-Fri 1300-0500ZJ:, Sat-Sun 1500-2300ZJ: clsd hoi.) 
NAVY FORT WORTH GND CON 126.4 254.325 279.575 NAVY FORT WORTH ARR 128.775 371.875 (Mon-Fri 

1300-0500Z^, clsd Sat, Sun and hoi.) 
PMSV METRO 342.55 BASE OPS 291.775 LOCKHEED 284.1 292.5 (Mon-Fri 1300-OOOOZ4:) ANG OPS 226.9 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(L)TACAN Chan 24 NFW (108.7) N32°46.28' W97°26.36' at fid. 631/7E. TACAN unavbl 0500-1300Z:t. 
No NOTAM MP Wed 1330-1530Z:t. 
TACAN unusable: 

180°-320° byd 20 NM bio 4,000'. 
ILS 108.7 l-NFW Rwy 17. ILS unavbl when twr clsd. No NOTAM MP Mon and Wed 1300-1600Z:t. 
ILS 109.3 l-FWH Rwy 35. ILS unavbl 0500-1300Zt. No NOTAM MP Mon and Tue 1300-1600Z:t. 
ASR/PAR 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 

FOSTR N28°54.91' W97°00.03' NOTAM FILE VCT. HOUSTON 

NDB(L0M)226 VC 125° 5.7 NM to Victoria Rgnl. 

FOX STEPHENS FLD-GILMER MUNI (see gilmer) 

FRANKLIN CO (see mount vernon) 



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FRANKSTON 

AERO ESTATES (T25) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°04.91' W95°27.15' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

445 TPA— 1455(1010) NOTAM FILE FTW Not Insp. 

RWV 09-27: 3100X60 (TURF) LIRL 

RWV 09: Pole. Rgt tfc. RWV 27: Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t. Unmarked and unlighted P-line and trees running parallel to the 
rwy and located on Rwy 27 apch at three o'clock. Deer on and invof rwy. Rgt tfc pat: All acft remain south of the 
rwy. All acft monitor CTAF due to proximity to Paradise Point arpt. Rwy marked with 18' numerals on 40' by 50' 
asph pad. Landing fee. Student Pilot training is not authorized except by residents of Aero Estates. ACTIVATE 
LIRL Rwy 09-27 and lighted wind cone— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

HELIPAD HI: H50X50 (Turf) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: 14' bldg 200' north and 20' bldg 200' west of landing pad. 32' trees 135' north, 30' pole, 70' 
east, 27' trees 180' south, 25' pole 205' west. 



FRANKSTON N32°04.48' W95°31.85' 
(L) VORW/DME 111.4 FZT Chan 51 
VOR/DME unusable: 

270°-293° beyond 5 NM below 8000'. 
293°-295° beyond 25 NM below 3500'. 



NOTAM FILE FTW. 

283° 16.1 NM to Athens Muni. 305/6E. 



HOUSTON 
H— 61, L-17D 



295°-340° beyond 20 NM all altitudes. 



FREDERICKSBURG 



GILLESPIE CO (T82) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30-14.60' W98°54.55' 

1695 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE T82 
RWV 14-32: H5001X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.3%upNW 

RWV 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Fence. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 32: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Zt. Fuel avbl 24 hrs 

with major credit card. 75' tank 300' southeast of rotating ben. 

Calm wind Rwy 14. Tfc pattern altitude for fixed wing Igt acft 

2500(805), turboprop and jet acft 2700(1005) and helicopters 

2200(505). MIRL Rwy 14-32 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 120.00 (830) 990-2716. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7. 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE T82. 

STONEWALL (H)VORTAC 113.8 STV Chan 85 N30°12.41' 
W98°42.35' 274° 10.8 NM to fid. 1530/8E. 




FREEDOM FIELD (See lindsay) 



FREEP N29°11.66' W95°27.79' NOTAM FILE LBX. 
NDB (LOM) 263 LB 174° 5.1 NM to Brazoria Co. 



HOUSTON 
COPTER 



BROWNSVILLE 
L-20H 



FREER 

DUVAL-FREER (T19) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N27°53.02' W98°36.02' 
564 B NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 14-32: H3200X60 (ASPH) S-24 LIRL 

RWV 14: Brush. RWV 32: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rotating ben OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

THREE RIVERS (L)VORTAC 111.4 THX Chan 51 N28°30.30' W98°09.03' 



205° 44.2 NM to fid. 270/8E. 



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FRIONA 

BENGER AIR PARK (X54) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N34*39.25' W102"41.51' ALBUQUERQUE 

4003 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW L-6H 

RWY 04-22: H3013X60 (ASPH) S-13 

RWY 04: Building. 
RWY 17-35: 2700X135 (TURF) 

RWY 17: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. Rwy 17-35 CLOSED indef. Rwy 04-22 agricultural acft ops on NW side of 

rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

TEXICO (H)VORTACW 112.2 TXO Chan 59 N34°29.71' W102°50.38' 026° 12.0 NM to fid. 4060/11E. 

FULSHEAR 

COVEY TRAILS (X09) 3E UTC-6(-5DT) N29°41.41' W95°50.43' HOUSTON 

130 B NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 17-35: 3352X100 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 17: VASI(V2L). Thld dsplcd 315'. P-line. 

RWY 35: Thld dsplcd 250'. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17-35 NSTD LIRL, 2800' of rwy Igtd at night between dsplcd thlds. Base legs 

and turns to final apch must be within .75 NM of the rwy ends. Rotating ben opr dusk-0400Zt.. Rwy 17-35 

NSTD LIRL opr dusk-0400Z:t:. ACTIVATE rotating ben after 0400Z:t— CTAF. ACTIVATE NSTD LIRL Rwy 17-35 after 

0400ZJ:— CTAF. VASI Rwy 17 opr continuously. Landing fee. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 



GAINES CO (See SEMINOLE) 



GAINESVILLE MUNI (GLE) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N33 39.13' W97-11.84' 
845 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE GLE 

RWY 17-35: H6001X100 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 0.9% up N 

RWY 17: REIL. PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Tree. 

RWY 35: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
RWY 12-30: H4307X80 (ASPH) S-15 0.8% up NW 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dusk-dawn. 100LL fuel avbl 24 hrs with 

credit card, for Jet A fuel after hrs etc 940-736-4289 or 

940-902-1314. Helicopter taxiing prohibited in vicinity of bldgs. 

Rwy 12 has aim points. Rwy 30 has aim points. TPA for Igt acft 

1845(1000), turboprop and turbine acft 2247(1402). MIRL Rwy 

17-35 preset low ints; to incr ints ACTIVATE CTAF. PAPI Rwy 17 

and Rwy 35 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.375 (940) 612-3549. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.75 

GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

BOWIE (H)VORTACW 112.4 UKW Chan 71 N33°32.15' 
W97°49.28' 071° 32.0 NM to fid. 1100/6E. HIWAS. 

NDB(MHW)330 GLE N33M3.12' W97°11.92' 173° 4.0 
NM to fid. NOTAM FILE GLE. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-GH, L-17C.A 

IAP 




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GALVESTON 



N29°15.92' W94°51.63' 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

H-7C, L-19E, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 



SCHOLESINTL AT GALVESTON (gls> 3 sw utc-6 ( - 5 dt) 

6 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A LRA NOTAM FILE GLS 
RWV 17-35: H6001X150 (CONC) S-30, D-45, DT-90 MIRL 

RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. 

RWV 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. Bldg. 
RWV 13-31: H6000X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-30, D-45, DT-90 
HIRL 

RWV 13: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Crane. 

RWV 31: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. Pole. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 13: TORA-6001 TODA-5001 ASDA-6001 LDA-6001 

RWV 17: TORA-6001 TODA-6001 ASDA-6001 LDA-6001 

RWV 31: TORA-6001 TODA-6001 ASDA-6001 LDA-6001 

RWV 35: TORA-6001 TODA-6001 ASDA-6001 LDA-6001 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200Zt. For fuel svc after hrs call 

409-939-7121. Self svc 100 octane avbl 24 hrs with credit card. 

Flocks of birds in vicinity of arpt bio 200' AGL. 124' Igtd crane NW 

side of arpt. Two 157' MSL Igtd twrs btn Rwys 31 and 35. Crane 

on top of bldg South of AER 35 is Igtd when operating or raised at 

night. Helicopters ops on and in vicinity of arpt. 178' Igtd building 

2000' NE of Rwy 17 thld. PAEW adjacent rwys and twys. 

Helicopter parking in designated area only. No helicopter parking 

on terminal ramp. No skid mounted helicopter parking on main 

apron. Rwy 13-31 first 1,300' NW end is cone. All twy Igts OTS indef. Rwy 13 MALSR OTS indef. HIRL Rwy 

13-31 and MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset med ints. When twr clsd, ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 13— CTAF. Flight Notification 

Service (ADCUS) available. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.275 (409) 740-9248. OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.575 UNICOM 123.05 

GALVESTON RCO 122.2 122.15 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 134.45 HOUSTON CLNC DEL 135.35 (when GLS twr clsd) 

GALVESTON TOWER 120.575 (1200-OOOOZt) GND CON 118.625 CLNC DEL 135.35 (0000-1200Z:t) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-OOOOZi; other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GLS. 

(L)VORTACW 113.0 VUH Chan 77 N29°16.16' W94°52.06' at fid. 4/6E. Unmonitored. 

ILS 111.7 l-GLS Rwy 13. 




GALVESTON 424 ( gvx) 

AWOS-3 118.925 



N28°34.60' W94°58.60' 



L-20J, 21A, GOMW 



GALVESTON N29°20.04' W94°45.37' NOTAM FILE GLS. 

NDB(HHW)206 GLS 225° 6.8 NM to Scholes Intl at Galveston. Unmonitored. 
RCO 122.2 122.15 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 



HOUSTON 
H-7C, L-19E, 21A, GOMW 



-6(-5DT) N32°53.26' W96°41.02' 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
COPTER 



GARLAND/DFW HELOPLEX HELIPORT (ts?) 2sw utc 

601 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 

HELIPAD HI: H105X105 (CONC) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-0000ZJ;, Sun 1500-2300Z:t. Helipad HI egress/ingress north and 
south. Helipad HI perimeter Igts with recessed Igts surrounding landing pad. Helipad HI 648' twr 1 mile north 
40' p-line 540' east and southeast, 35' building 520' south, 38' building 422' west. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 



GARNER FLO 



(See UVALDE) 



GARYS N29°57.53' W97°56.94' NOTAM FILE HYI. 

NDB(L0M)272 RU 124° 5.9 NM to San Marcos Muni. Unmonitored. 



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SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C, 21A 



GATESVILLE MUNI (GOP) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N31°25.28' W97°47.82' 
905 B S4 FUEL 100LL OX 1, 2, 3, 4 NOTAM FILE GOP 
RWY 17-35: H3400X60 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Trees. RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300ZJ:. For fuel call 254-248-1545, after hrs call 254-535-1661. Low 

flying military jet acft and helicopter in vicinity. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.725 (254) 865-6742. Precipitation unreliable. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

GOOCH SPRINGS (H) VORTACW 112.5 AGJ Chan 72 N31°11.13' W98°08.51' 046° 22.7 NM to fid. 
1290/8E. 



GEORGE BUSH INTERCONTINENTAL/HOUSTON 



(See HOUSTON) 



SAN ANTONIO 
H-7C, L-19C, 21A 

IAP. AD 



GEORGETOWN MUNI (GTU) 3 N UTC-6{-5DT) N30°40.73' W97°40.76 
790 FJ S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X1,2,3,4 NOTAM FILE GTU 
RWY 18-36: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.8% up N 

RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 

RWY 36: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 11-29: H4100X75 (ASPH) S-12. 5 MIRL 0.7% up NW 

RWY 11: Tree. RWY 29: Tree. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z:t-dusk. For attendant after hours 

call 512-869-4532. Rwy 11-29 CLOSED to acft 12,500 lbs and 

over indefinitely. Deer on and in vicinity of arpt. Military helicopter 

ops prohibited between 0300-1300ZJ:. Portions of Twy E not 

visible from tower. MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset low ints, to increase 

ints and ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 11-29, REIL Rwy 18 and PAPI Rwy 

18 and Rwy 36 — CTAF. NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic 

Practice Area. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.6 (512) 869-3430. LAWRS 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.225 ATIS 118.6 UNICDM 123.0 
® AUSTIN APP/DEP CON 119.0 CLNC DEL 121.1 

TOWER 120.225 (1300-0500ZJ:) GND CON 119.12 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1300-0500ZJ: other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AUS. 

CENTEX (H) VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' 
W97-31.79' 331° 19.6 NM to fid. 593/6E. 

NDB(MHW)332 GUO N30°41.06' W97°40.80' at fid. NOTAM FILE GTU. Unmonitored 0000-1300ZJ: 

GEORGE WEST 

LIVE OAK CO (8T6) 2N UTC-6(-5DT) N28°21.77' W98°06.99' 
129 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 13-31: H3800X60 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 13: P line. RWY 31: Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Fuel self-serve with major 

credit card. Deer on and invof rwy (seasonal). Birds on and 

arpt. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— 122.7. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

THREE RIVERS (L)VORTAC 111.4 THX Chan 51 N28°30.3 
W98°09.03' 160° 8.7 NM to fid. 270/8E. 




invof 




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GIDDINGS— LEE CO (GYB) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N30°10.16' W96°58.80 
485 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GYB 
RWV 17-35: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 1.1% up N 

RWV 17: Trees. RWV 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1500-2300Z:t. Deer on and invof 

arpt. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.225 (979) 542-0382. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

INDUSTRY (L)VORTACW 110.2 IDU Chan 39 N29°57.36' 
W96°33.73' 293° 25.2 NM to fid. 419/8E. 




GILLESPIE CO (See Fredericksburg) 



GILMER 

FOX STEPHENS FLD-GILMER MUNI (jxi) 2 s utc-6(-5dt) N32°4i.94' W94°56.93 

415 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE JXI 
RWV 18-3B: H4000X60 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWV 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.75° TCH 31'. Tree. 

RWV 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2300ZJ;. PAEW invof rwys. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.2 (903) 734-7313. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® LONGVIEW APP/DEP CON 118.25 (1200-0400Z:t) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.1 (0400-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

QUITMAN (DVORW/DME 114.0 UIM Chan 87 N32°52.82' 
W95°22.01' 109° 23.8 NM to fid. 520/8E. 




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N32°31.73' W94°58.31 



GLADEWATER MUNI (07F) 2 sw utc-6(-5dt) 

296 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWY 14-32: H3301X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.3% up SE 

RWY 14: Tree. RWY 32: Trees. 

RWY 17-35: H2301X50 (ASPH) S-7 

RWY 17: Tree. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t-. For service after hours call 

903-295-8860. Parachute Jumping. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® LONGVIEW APP/DEP CON 118.25 (1200-0400Z:t) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.1 (0400-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GGG. 

GREGG CO (L)VORTACW 112.3 GGG Chan 70 N32°25.07' 
W94°45.19' 294° 12.9 NM to fid. 320/7E. 




GLEN ROSE N32 o 09.58' W97°52.65' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(L)VORTACW 115.0 JEN Chan 97 276° 15.6 NM to Clark Fid Muni. 1300/6E. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
H-6H, L-17C, A 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C, 21A 



GONZALES 

ROGER M. DREYER MEMORIAL (T20) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N29 31.75' W97°27.86' 
354 B NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 15-33: H3200X50 (ASPH) S-21 MIRL 

RWY 15: Trees. RWY 33: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 15-33 preset on low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE— 123.0. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AUS. 

CENTEX (H)VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' W97°31.79' 170° 51.0 NM to fid. 593/6E 



GOOCH SPRINGS N3i°n.i3' W98°08.5i' notam file sjt 

H (VORTACW) 112.5 AGJ Chan 72 202° 5.5 NM to Lampasas. 1290/8E. 



SAN ANTONIO 
H-6H, L-19C 



GOODHUE N30°04.23' W94°12.66' NOTAM FILE CXO. 

NDB(MHW)368 GDE at Beaumont Muni. VFR only. OTS indef. 



GORDONVILLE 

CEDAR MILLS (3T0) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N33°50.36' W96°48.60' 
640 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 07-25: 3000X60 (TURF) 

RWY 07: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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GRAFORD 



POSSUM KINGDOM (F35) 12 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N32 :, 55.40' W98"26.21 
1008 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 02-20: H3500X60 (ASPH) S-24 MIRL 

RWV 02: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 30'. Tree. 

RWV 20: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 30'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20— CTAF. 

PAPI Rwy 02 and Rwy 20 opr continuously. NOTE: See Special 

Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MILLSAP (H)VORTACW 117.7 MQP Chan 124 N32°43.57' 
W97°59.85' 289° 25.2 NM to fid. 900/9E. 

DRAZOS RIVER NDD (MHW) 280 GZV N32°57.09' W98°24.79' 
208° 2.1 NM to fid. Unmonitored 2300-1300Zt.. 



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GRAHAM MUNI (rph) 2e utc-6 

1123 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 03-21: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-12 
RWV 03: VASI(V2L) 



5DT) N33°06.64' W98°33.29' 
NOTAM FILE RPH 
MIRL 
GA 3.5° TCH 27'. Trees. 



DALLAS-FORT WORTH 

H-6H, L-170 

IAP 



RWV 21: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWV 18-36: H3317X50 (ASPH) S-8 0.5% up S 

RWV 18: Thld dsplcd 639'. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z:t, Sun 

1900-2300Zt-. Deer on and invof arpt. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.025 (940) 521-0685. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.975 

JACKSBORO RCO 122.4 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MILLSAP (H)VORTACW 117.7 MQP Chan 124 N32M3.57' 
W97°59.85' 300° 36.4 NM to fid. 900/9E. 

NDB(MHW)371 GHX N33°09.95' W98°29.80' 215° 4.4 NM 
to fid. NOTAM FILE RPH. OTS indefly. 




ROSSER RANCH (10F) 6 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N33 o 00.92' W98-37.52' 
1112 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 18-36: 3600X200 (TURF) 

RWV 18: Tree. RWV 36: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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GRANBURY RGNL (GDJ) 2W UTC-6(-5DT) N32°26.67' W97°49.02 
778 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GDJ 
RWY 14-32: H3603X60 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWY 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 30'. Fence. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 32: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.8°TCH 30'. Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mar-Oct 1400-0100ZJ:, Nov-Feb 

1400-OOOOZt-. Fuel avbl 24 hr self serve with major credit card. 

For Jet A after firs call 817-579-8533 during office firs prior to 

arrival. MIRL Rwy 14-32 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.925 (817) 573-7514 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

GLEN ROSE (L) VORTACW 115.0 JEN Chan 97 N32°09.58' 
W97°52.65' 004° 17.3 NM to fid. 1300/6E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17C.A 

IAP 




GRAND PRAIRIE MUNI <gpm) 4 sw utc-5(-5dt) 

588 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GPM 
RWY 17-35: H4001X75 (CONC) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 17: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Trees. 

RWY 35: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 37'. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0300ZJ:. Extensive helicopter tfc 

West side of arpt. PAEW on and invof Twys A and D. PAEW south 

and west AER 35. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35, VASI Rwy 17 and 

Rwy 35, REIL Rwy 35—128.55. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.475 (972) 606-1433 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 128.55 UNICOM 122.8 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 135.975 

TOWER 128.55 (1200-0200Z daylight savings time 1400-0000Z 
standard time.) GND CON 121.15 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0200ZJ: daylight savings time 

1400-OOOOZt- standard time other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MAVERICK (H)VORW/DME 113.1 TTT Chan 78 N32°52.15' 
W97°02.43' 176° 10.2 NM to fid. 540/6E. 



N32°41.93' W97°02.82' 



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GRAY N31°01.97' W97°48.83' NOTAM FILE GRK. SAN ANTONIO 

(T)VORW/DME 111.8 GRK Chan 55 332° 2.2 NM to Robert Gray AAF (Fort Hood). 980/7E. L-19C, 21A 

Unmonitored. 



GRAYSON CO (See SHERMAN-DENISON) 



GREATER MORRIS CO (see daingerfield) 



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GREENVILLE 



MAJORS (GVT) CIV/MIL/P/AF 4 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°04.07' W96°03.92' DALLAS- 

535 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GVT H- 

RWV 17-35: H8030X150 (ASPH) S-26, ST-175, SBTT-580, TT-245, TDT-840, TRT-527 MIRL 
RWV 17: MALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 64'. Fence. 0.3% up. 
RWV 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 58'. Fence. 
MILITARY SERVICE: JASU 1(B-10) 1(B-10A) l(MD-3) l(MA-l) 

l(MA-3) FUEL (NC-100LL, A) 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Sun-Thu 1330-2300Z:t, Fri-Sat 
1330-OOOOZt. Rwy 35 REIL OTS indef. ACTIVATE MALS Rwy 
17— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 133.425 (903) 454-9801 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.65 UNICOM 122.95 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.85 

TOWER 118.65 385.425 (Mon-Fri 1330-2200Z:t) 

GND CON 121.7 335.8 AFMCLO FLT 349.6 15048 (Same Control) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1330-2200Z:t other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

SULPHUR SPRINGS (L) VORW/DME 109.0 SLR Chan 27 

N33°11.91' W95°32.56' 246° 27.5 NM to fid. 508/8E. 
BONHAM (H) VORTACW 114.6 BYP Chan 93 N33°32.25' 

W96°14.05' 157° 29.4 NM to fid. 700/6E. HIWAS. 
ARVILLA (T) TACAN Chan 33 MJF (109.6) N33°03.98' 
W96°03.68' at fid. NOTAM FILE GVT. 
Unusable: 

026°-034° byd 18 NM bio 2000' 
081°-094° byd 10 NM bio 2000' 
CASH NDB (MHW) 428 SYW N32°58.91' W96°04.04' 356° 5.1 NM to fid. 
MAJOR NDB (LOM) 201 GV N33°09.38' W96°03.82' 176° 5.3 NM to fid. 
ILS 110.5 l-GVT Rwy 17. Classic. LOM MAJOR NDB. MM unmonitored. 



FT. WORTH 

-6H, L-17D 

IAP, DIAP 




GREGG CO N32°25.07' W94M5.19' NOTAM FILE GGG. 

(L) VORTACW 112.3 GGG Chan 70 127° 2.9 NM to East Texas Rgnl. 320/7E. 
RCO 122.2 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 



MEMPHIS 
H— 61, L-17D 



GRINDSTONE MOUNTAIN 

NDB (MHW) 356 GMZ 



N33-36.32' W97°46.40' 
at Bowie Muni. 



NOTAM FILE FTW. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

A 



GROESBECK N31°34.89' W96°32.95' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(L) VORW/DME 108.8 GNL Chan 25 022° 3.9 NM to Mexia-Limestone Co. 512/5E. 
DME portion unusable: 

150°-205° byd 30 NM bio 2,500' 230°-310° byd 30 NM bio 2,400' 

345°-035° byd 35 NM bio 2,500' 



HOUSTON 
L-19D, A 



GROVETON— TRINITY CO (33R) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°05.09' W95°09.85' 
340 B NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 16-34: H3500X60 (ASPH) S-8 LIRL 



HOUSTON 
L-19E, 21A 



RWV 16: Trees. RWV 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 16-34— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LFK. 

LUFKIN (H) VORTACW 112.1 LFK Chan 58 N31°09.74' W94°43.02' 254° 23.5 NM to fid. 200/5E. 
HIWAS. 



GRUVER 



CLUCK RANCH (2E3) 17 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N36°10.63' W101°41.67' WICHITA 

3423 B NOTAM FILE FTW L-15B 

RWV 01-19: H3605X35 (ASPH) S-12.5 IAP 

RWV 01: RWV 19: TRCV(TRIL)— GA 5.0° TCH 18'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rotating ben OTS indef. Rwy 01-19 loose gravel on surface. Rwy 19 TRIL OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® ALBUOUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BGD. 

BORGER (L) VORTACW 108.6 BGD Chan 23 N35°48.43' W101°22.93' 315° 26.9 NM to fid. 3130/11E. 



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GRUVER MUNI (E19) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N36 o 14.02' W101°25.93' WICHITA 

3205 B NOTAM FILE FTW L-15B 

RWY 02-20: H4698X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.4% up SW IAP 

RWY20: Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BGD. 

BORGER (L)VORTACW 108.6 BGD Chan 23 N35°48.43' W101°22.93' 344° 25.7 NM to fid. 3130/11E. 



GUADALUPE PASS N31°49.97' W104°48.55' 
RCO 122.35 (ALBUQUERQUE RADIO) 




EL PASO 

L-6G 


GUNNISON (GUL) N27°18.23' W93°32.30' 
AWOS-3 119.025 




L-21B, GOMW 


GUTHRIE N33°46.70' W100°20.17' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(L)VORTACW 114.5 GTH Chan 92 350° 15.2 NM to Dan E. Richards Muni 


1940/10E. 


DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
H-6G, L-17B 


HALE CO (See PLAINVIEW) 


HALL (See KAUFMAN) 


HALL-MILLER MUNI (See Atlanta) 



HALLETTSVILLE MUNI (34R) 3S UTC-6(-5DT) N29°23.40' W96°57.36' HOUSTON 

278 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO L-19D, 21A 

RWY 17-35: H3210X60 (ASPH) S-7 MIRL 

RWY 17: TRCV(TRIL)— GA 3.3° TCH 12'. Trees. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 24 hr self-serve credit card open for fuel. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to 

increase ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: 

VICTORIA (DVOR/DME 109.0 VCT Chan 27 N28°54.02' W96°58.74' 356° 29.3 NM to fid. 130/5E. 



LESIKAR RANCH <rra) 7 e 

275 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 16-34: 2800X125 (TURF) 



UTC-6(-5DT) N29°31.02' W096°50.67' 



RWY 16: Tree. RWY 34: P-line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED indef. Gate to public road locked. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



HAMILTON MUNI (MNZ) 2S UTC-6(-5DT) N31 39.96' W98°08.92 
1299 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 18-36: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWY 18: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. Tree. 
RWY 36: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Zt. For fuel after hours call 

254-386-3939/3484. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.525 (254) 386-8211. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® GRAY APP/DEP CON 120.075 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

GOOCH SPRINGS (H) VORTACW 112.5 AGJ Chan 72 N31°11.13' 

W98°08.51' 354° 29.0 NM to fid. 1290/8E. 
NDB(MHW)251 MNZ N31°37.21' W98°08.85' 354° 2.9 NM 
to fid. NOTAM FILE FTW. Unmonitored. 




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DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17B 



HAMLIN MUNI (14F) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°51.01' W100°08.27' 
1753 B S2 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 16-34: H3200X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL 

RWV 34: Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 

ABILENE (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' W99°51.81' 318° 26.1 NM to fid. 1810/10E 

HAPPY LANDINGS (See Houston) 



HARDIN CO N30°20.18' W94°15.62'. NOTAM FILE CXO. 
NDB (MHW) 524 HRD at Hawthorne Fid. Unmonitored. 



HOUSTON 
L-19E, 21A, GOMW 



HARLINGEN N26°13.75' W97°39.12'. NOTAM FILE HRL. 
(DVORW/DME 109.2 HRL Chan 29 at Valley Intl. HIWAS. 

VOR portion unusable 360°-065° bio 5,000', 108°-180° bio 8,000'. 
RCO 122.35 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 



BROWNSVILLE 
L-20H, 21 A 



HARLINGEN 



VALLEY INTL (HRL) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N26°13.71' W97°39.26' 

36 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 LRA Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE HRL 

RWV 17R-35L: H8301X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-160, D-200, ST-175, DT-350, DDT-700 HIRL 

RWV 17R: MALSR. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 35L: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 59'. 

RWV 13-31: H7257X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-160, D-200, ST-175, 

DT-350, DDT-700 MIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 59'. 

RWV 31: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 

RWV 17L-35R: H5949X150 (ASPH) S-160, D-200, DT-350 MIRL 

RWV 17L: REIL. RWV 35R: Thld dsplcd 190'. Road. Rgt tfc. 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

ASDA-7257 
ASDA-5949 
ASDA-8301 
ASDA-7257 
ASDA-8301 
ASDA-5949 



BROWNSVILLE 

H-7C, L-20H, 21A 

IAP, AD 



RWV 13: 
RWV 17L: 
RWV 17R: 
RWV 31: 
RWV 35L: 
RWV 35R: 



TORA-7257 
TORA-5949 
TORA-8301 
TORA-7257 
TORA-8301 
TORA-5949 



LDA-7257 
LDA-5949 
LDA-8301 
LDA-7257 
LDA-8301 
LDA-5759 




TODA-7257 
TODA-5949 
TODA-8301 
TODA-7257 
TODA-8301 
TODA-5949 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0600Zi;. Twy E clsd E of Twy F 
indef. Migratory birds on and in vicinity of arpt. When twr clsd req 
ARFF thru Corpus Approach or San Angelo FSS. Customs user fee 
arpt. Rotating ben OTS indef. When twr clsd ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 
17R —CTAF. When twr clsd MIRL Rwy 17L-35R not avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (956) 428-7297. HIWAS 113.2 HRL. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.3 ATIS 124.85 UNICOM 122.95 
HARLINGEN RCO 122.35 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® VALLEV APP/DEP CON 120.7 

HARLINGEN TOWER 119.3 (1200-0600Z:t) GND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve 1200-0600Zt etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HRL. 

HARLINGEN (DVORW/DME 109.2 HRL Chan 29 N26°13.75' W97°39.12' 
SEBAS NDB (LOM) 338 HR N26°18.31' W97°39.47' 173° 4.6 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 111.5 l-HRL Chan 52 Rwy 17R. Class IB. LOM SEBAS NDB. LOC BC unusable 1 NM 
inbound. LOC BC unusable byd 15° left and right of course. Unmonitored when tower closed. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Emergency frequency 121.5 not available at tower. 



at fid. HIWAS. 



HARRISON CO (See Marshall) 



HARRISON FLD OF KNOX CITY (see knox city) 



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HASKELL MUNI (15F) 2N UTC-6(-5DT) N33°11.49' W99°43.07 
1625 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 18-36: H3420X50 (ASPH) S-13 MIRL 1.0% up S 

RWY 18: Thld dsplcd 206'. P line. RWY 36: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For fuel weekdays 1400-2300Z:t call 
940-864-2355, nights and weekends call 940-864-2345. 
ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36—122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 
A6ILENE (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' 

W99°51.81' 360° 43.2 NM to fid. 1810/10E. 
ND6(MHW)407 AKL N33°11.46' W99°43.20' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE FTW. 



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HEARNE MUNI (LHB) 1 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°52.33' W96°37.33' HOUSTON 

285 B FUEL 100LL TPA-1298(1013) NOTAM FILE LHB L-19D, 21A 

RWY 18-36: H4001X75 (ASPH) S-17 MIRL 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Self svc fuel avbl with major credit card. MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset low ints, to increase 

ints ACTIVATE — 123.3. NOTE: See Special Notices-Lake Jackson, TX-Model Aircraft Activity. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.675 (979) 280-5596. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLL. 

COLLEGE STATION (L) VORTACW 113.3 CLL Chan 80 N30°36.30' W96°25.24' 319° 19.1 NM to fid. 275/8E. 
HIWAS. 



HEBBRONVILLE N27°21.24' W98°44.65'. NOTAM FILE HBV. 

NDB(MHW)266 HBV at Jim Hogg Co. Unmonitored. Unusable byd 15 NM. 



BROWNSVILLE 
L-20H 



HEBBRONVILLE 

JIM HOGG CO (HBV) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N27°20.97' W98°44.22 
663 B FUEL JET A NOTAM FILE HBV 
RWY 13-31: H5003X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-72, ST-91 MIRL 

RWY 13: Brush. RWY 31: Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mar-Sep Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t, Oct-Feb 
1400-2300Z:t. Rwy 13-31 gross weight pavement strength 
provided by arpt manager. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset low ints, to 
increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.075 (361)-527-2109. Ceiling 

not avbl. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LRD. 

LAREDO (H) VORTACW 117.4 LRD Chan 121 N27°28.72' 

W99°25.06' 093° 37.2 NM to fid. 580/9E. HIWAS. 
HEBBRONVILLE NDB (MHW) 266 HBV N27°21.24' W98°44.65' 

at fid. NOTAM FILE HBV. Unmonitored. Unusable byd 15 NM. 




HEMPHILL CO (See Canadian) 



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HENDERSON 

RUSK CO (RFI) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N32°08.50' W94°51.10' 
442 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 16-34: H4004X75 (ASPH) S-22 MIRL 
RWV 16: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWV 34: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWV 12-30: H3002X75 (ASPH) S-22 

RWV 12: Trees. RWV 3D: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300ZT-. Fuel self service, credit 

card only btn 0030-1230ZT-. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.375 (903J-657-0384. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® L0N6VIEW APP/DEP CON 118.25 (1200-0400Z:t) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.1 (0400-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GGG. 

GREG6 CO (L)VORTACW 112.3 GGG Chan 70 N32°25.07' 

W94°45.19' 190° 17.3 NM to fid. 320/7E. 
HENDERSON NDB (MHW) 371 HNO N32°11.28' W94°51.66' 
164° 2.8 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE FTW. Unmonitored. 




HENDERSON N32°11.28' W94°51.66'. NOTAM FILE FTW. 
NDB (MHW) 371 HNO 164° 2.8 NM to Rusk Co. Unmonitored. 



MEMPHIS 
L-17D 



ALBUQUERQUE 

H-6G, L-6H 

IAP 



HEREFORD MUNI infix) 4 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N34°51.64' W102°19.55' 
3788 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 02-20: H5100X100 (CONC) MIRL 

RWV 02: PAPI(P4L). P-line. RWV 20: PAPI(P4L). 

RWV 14-32: 3880X135 (TURF) 

RWV 14: P line. RWY 32: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. For fuel after hours call 806-344-7710, weekends call 806-683-0914. 

Rwy 14-32 CLOSED indef. Rwy 14-32 thlds marked with white tires. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.05 (806) 258-7283. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® AMARILLO APP/DEP CON 119.5 121.15 (1200-0600Z:t) 
® ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 (0600-1200Z:!:) 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

TEXICO (H)VORTACW 112.2 TXO Chan 59 N34°29.71' W102°50.38' 038° 33.6 NM to fid. 4060/11E 

NDB (MHW) 341 HRX N34°51.41' W102°19.46' at fid. NOTAM FILE HRX. 

HH COFFIELD RGNL (see rockdalej 
HICKS AIRFIELD (see fort worth) 



HICO 



LITTLE C RANCH HELIPORT (4T7) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°00.83' W97°58.89' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

1050 NOTAM FILE FTW 
HELIPAD H1: 101X35 (TURF) 
HELIPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Helipad HI 40' p-line 183' northwest, 4' fence 35' southeast and 17' trees 35' 

south southwest and 5' hay bales south. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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HIGGINS— LIPSCOMB CO (ixi) is utc-6(-5dt) 

2566 B TPA— 3566(1000) NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWY 18-36: H3969X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL 0.7% up N 

RWY 18: Thld dsplcd 196'. Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. No line of sight between rwy ends. LIRL 

OTS indef. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 18-36— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® KANSAS CITY CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.95 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GAG. 

GAGE (H)VORTACW 115.6 GAG Chan 103 N36°20.62' 
W99°52.81' 196° 15.9 NM to fid. 2430/10E. HIWAS. 



N36°06.35' W100°01.54' 



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RCO 122.35 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 



HOUSTON 
H-7D, L-21B 



HIGH ISLAND 37G (HQI) N27°57.72' W93°40.25' 
AWOS-3 118.275 



L-2BJ.21B, GOMW 



HILLSBORO MUNI (INJ) 5N UTC-6(-5DT) N32°05.02' W97°05.84' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

686 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE INJ L-17C, A 

RWY 16-34: H3998X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL IAP 

RWY 16: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 24'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Tues-Sat 1400-2300Z:t. For fuel after hrs call 254-582-8406. Self serve avbl with 
credit card. Wild hogs on and invof arpt. Noise sensitive area: Extd pat on tkf and Idg Rwy 16 to avoid flying over 
houses to the southeast and east side of arpt. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.725 (254) 582-0063. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® WACO APP/DEP CON 135.2 (1200-0600Z:t) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.3 (0600-1200ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ACT. 

WACO (H)VORTACW 115.3 ACT Chan 100 N31°39.74' W97°16.14' 010° 26.7 NM to fid. 510/9E. 
HIWAS. 



HOBBY N29°39.34' W95°16.60' NOTAM FILE HOU. 

(H)VORW/DME 117.1 HUB Chan 118 at William P. Hobby. 82/5E. 
RCO 122.35 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

19E, 21A, GOMW 



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SAN ANTONIO 

H-7B, L-19B 

IAP, DIAP 



S-30, D-45, DT-90 0.3% up 



RWY31:Thld displcd 471'. 

S-30, D-45, DT-90 MIRL 



HONDO MUNI (HDO) P 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N29 21.58' W99°10.60 
930 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1800(870) NOTAM FILE HDO 
RWV 08-2B: H6059X150 (CONC) S-30, D-45, DT-90 

RWV 26: Thld dsplcd 79'. Trees 
RWV 13-31: H6045X150 (CONC) 

NW 

RWV 13: Thld dsplcd 98'. 
RWV 17L-35R: H5524X150 (CONC) 
0.3% up N 

RWV 17L: Trees. RWY 35R: Rgt tfc. 

RWV 04-22: H5400X150 (CONC) S-30, D-45, DT-90 

RWV 04: Thld dsplcd 294'. RWV 22: Thld dsplcd 532'. 

RWV 17R-35L: H3224X140 (ASPH) S-30, D-45, DT-90 0.3% up N 

RWV 17R: Thld dsplcd 454'. Rgt tfc. 
MILITARY SERVICE: FUEL (NC-100LL) 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300ZJ:, Sat attended 

irregularly. Self svc fuel avbl 24 hrs. Full svc Jet A avbl upon 

request, call 210-639-7150 or 210-275-2664. 2 hrs notice 

required after hrs. Rwy 17L and 35R thld Ights OTS indef. Rwy 

17R-35L CLOSED to acft over 12500 lbs. Extensive pilot training 

in a T6-A acft being conducted under the Randolph 2A MOA and 

within 15 NM of Hondo Muni Mon-Fri SR-SS from surface to 

7,500' MSL. Weekend flying conducted as needed. U.S. Air Force T-6 acft fly a nonstandard rgt tfc pattern to 

Rwy 17L and a nonstandard left tfc pattern to Rwy 35R. Weekend flying conducted as needed. All twys holding 

line markings NSTD. NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
MILITARY REMARKS: CAUTION T-6A acft opr in a military overhead tfc pat to west of Rwy 17L-35R (rgt tfc Rwy 17L, left 

tfc Rwy 35R). Ctc Rwy Supervisor Unit (Tincan) on 122.8 prior to pat entry for advisory. MISC Touch and go 

training provided only on request ctc, Tincan — 122.725 for advisory when 20 NM out. Twy holding line markings 

and rwy dsplcd thld markings NSTD. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.675 (830) 426-3060. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.95 269.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HDO. 

(DVOR/DME 109.4 HDO Chan 31 N29°20.95' W99°10.67' at fid. 947/8E. No NOTAM MP Mon 
0400-0800Z:t. Rstd to apch Rwy 17 and ground receiver checkpoint only. 

NDB (MHW) 329 HMA N29°22.41' W99°10.32' at fid. NOTAM FILE HDO. 




UTC-6(-5DT) N31°08.32' W97°42.87' 
Not insp. 
PCN 8 F/C/W/T HIRL 



SAN ANTONIO 

L-19C, 21A 

DIAP, AD 



FUEL J8(JP8) (No tran acft fuel). TRAN 



HOOD AAF (HLR)(KHLR) A 1 NE 

924 B NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWV 16-34: H3701X144 (ASPH) 
RWY 16: Thld dsplcd 567'. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 16-34—119.65 OIL SOAP 
ALERT Limited transient parking. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-0600Z:t, except holidays. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. 
RSTD Fixed Wing acft PPR all transient acft, C254-288-3811, DSN 738-3811. No Base OPS svc avbl at Hood 
AAF, ctc Robert Gray Base OPS, C254-288-9200, DSN 738-9200. Rapid refuel open daily 1500-0600ZJ; exc 
weekends and holidays. Rwy 16 dsplcd thld 3134' remaining. CAUTION Instrument final apch course cross 1 NM 
SW Skylark Fid. Intense copter opr vicinity Fort Hood. Some acft opr in area without conspicuous markings and 
blend with terrain. R6302 located 1.1 NM N of afld. MISC Wx absn fully automated via ASOS. No terminal 
forecast issued for Hood AAF. For remote briefing svc ctc Robert Gray AAF. C254-288-9620, DSN 738-9620 or 
26 OWS, Barksdale AFB, C318-456-4775, DSN 781-4775. 

COMMUNICATIONS: 

GRAY APP/DEP CON 120.075 323.15 

TOWER 119.65 269.45 (Mon-Fri 1400-0600Zt-, except holidays other times ctc Robert Gray Twr 120.75 285.5 
airborne; 133.85 225.4 on ground). GND CON 133.85 225.4 CLNC DEL 225.4 
PMSV GRAY METRO 306.5 41.2 RANGE CON 30.45 38.30 FORT HOOD FLT FOLLOWING 143.1 357.9 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GRK. 

GRAY (T)VORW/DME 111.8 GRK Chan 55 N31°01.97' W97°48.83° 032° 8.1 NM to fid. 980/7E. 

Unmonitored. 
NDB (MHW) 347 HLR N31°07.74' W97°42.68' at fid. NOTAM FILE SJT. 
IRESH NDB (LOM) 278 IL N31°01.44' W97°42.48' 350° 6.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE ILE. 



HOOVER DIANA (HHV) N26°56.35' W94°41.32' 
AWOS-3 119.075 



L-20J, 21A, GOMW 



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HORIZON 



(See EL PASO) 



HORIZON (See SAN ANTONIO) 



HORSESHOE BAY RESORT N3o°3i.40' W98°2i.47' notam file sjt. 

NDB(MHW)403 MFS 019° 14.2 NM to Burnet Muni Kate Craddock Fid. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C 



HORSESHOE BEND (see weatherford) 



HOUSTON N29°42.83' W095°23.80' 
AWOS-3 119.575 MCI 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

L— 19E 



HOUSTON N29°54.85' W95°29.78' 

RCO 122.4 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

L-19G, 21A 



HOUSTON 



DAN JONES INTL (T51) 22 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 02.57' W95°40.03' 
166 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 17-35: 3440X50 (ASPH-TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 255'. Tree. RWY 35: Thld dsplcd 400'. P-line. 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

L-19D, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dawn to 0600Z:t. Arpt CLOSED midnight to dawn. Arpt CLOSED to helicopter operations. 
Deer on rwys. Cattle invof rwy. Rwy 17-35 NSTD LIRL, single thld Igt each rwy end. 2240' of rwy usable for ngt 
ops. Rwy 17 thld relocated 300' for ngt ops, Rwy 35 thld relocated 900' for ngt ops. Rwy 17-35 N end 1904' X 
30' asph. Rwy 17 thld dsplcd 255' days only. Rwy 35 thld dsplcd 400' days only. 2240' of rwy usable for ngt 
ops. Rwy 17-35 4' fence 53' E of centerline. LIRL Rwy 17-35 ops dusk-0600Z:t, for rotating ben call 
936-521-9887. Left hand tfc 500' and 1000' MSL. N-S transitional acft W of fid. Landing fee. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 119.7 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

NAVASOTA (H) VORTACW 115.9 TNV Chan 106 N30°17.31' W96°03.49' 118° 25.1 NM to fid. 230/8E. 
VORTAC unmonitored. 



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N30°03.71' W95°33.17' 
NOTAM FILE DWH 



H-7C. 



DAVID WAYNE HOOKS MEM ( dwh) 17 nw utc-6(-5dt) 

152 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2 TPA-1152(1000) 
RWV 17R-35L: H7009X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-85 HIRL 

RWV 17R: REIL. PAPI(P4R). Thld dsplcd 1007'. Road. 

RWV 35L: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
RWV 17L-35R: H3987X35 (ASPH) S-4 

RWV 35R: Thld dsplcd 208'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 17R: TORA-7009 TODA-7009 ASDA-7009 LDA-6012 

RWV 35L: TORA-6700 TODA-6700 ASDA-6700 LDA-6700 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0400Z:t. After hrs svc avbl, prior 

notice required during attended hrs etc 1-800-624-7394, 

281-376-5436. Noise Sensitive Area southwest of arpt. All 

military acft dep Rwy 17R climb rwy heading 650' MSL prior to 

turns or rejoin. Helicopter practice area west of twr at or below 

600 ft. Twys A and B clsd east of Rwy 17R indef. Acft 12,499 lbs 

and over are rstd to Twys C, P, Twy E (Btn Twy P and G), Twy G 

(North of Twy E), Ramps A and C, and the Tomball Jet Center 

Ramp. Twy K restricted to piston acft only. Rwy 17R-35L Igtd 

signs OTS indef. Rwy 17R REIL OTS indef. Rwy 17R REIL located 

at dsplcd thld. Twys unlgtd. Twy H Igtd signs OTS indef. After 

sunset large acft use Taxiway P between Taxiways E and C. Four 

helicopter parking spots located east of Twy K. When twr clsd 

ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 17R-35L and REIL Rwy 17R— 118.4. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (281) 251-7853. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.4 ATIS 124.95 UNICDM 122.95 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 119.7 

HOOKS TOWER 118.4 (West) 127.4 (East) (1300-0400Z:t) GND CON 121.8 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1300-0400ZJ; other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE IAH . 

HUMDLE (H)VORTACW 116.6 IAH Chan 113 N29°57.41' W95°20.74' 
HIWAS. 

DAVID HOOKS NDD (MHW) 521 DWH N30°07.53' W95°33.95' 165° 3.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE DWH 
Unmonitored. 

ILS/DME 110.5 l-HEW Chan 42 Rwy 17R. LOC only. DME unmonitored. 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

L-19D, 21A, GOMW 

IAP, AD 



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WATERWAV 17-35: 2530X100 (WATER) 
WATERWAV 17: Acft 120' from thld. Berm. 



WATERWAV 35: Berm. 



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ELLINGTON FLD (efd) civ/mil/ang/cg/nasa/arng 

N29°36.44' W95°09.53' 
32 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2,4 TPA— See Remarks 
Class IV, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE EFD DIAP, AD 

RWY 17R-35L: H9001X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-190, ST-175, 
DT-590, DDT-800 HIRL CL 
RWY 17R: MALSF. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 
RWY 35L: MALSF. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 04-22: H8001X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-164, ST-175, 
DT-300, DDT-668 HIRLCL 
RWY 04: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 22: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RWY 17L-35R: H4509X75 (CONC) S-24, D-63, ST-80, DT-145, 
DDT-300 
RWY35R: Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 04: TORA-8001 T0DA-8001 ASDA-8001 
TODA-4609 ASDA-4609 
TODA-9001 ASDA-9001 
T0DA-8001 ASDA-8001 
TODA-9001 ASDA-9001 
TODA-4509 ASDA-4609 



15 SE UTC-5(-5DT) 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

H-7C, L-19E, 21A, GOHW 



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RWY 22: 
RWY 35L: 
RWY 35R: 



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MILITARY SERVICE: JASU 2(C-26B) 3(MD-3) 2(MA-1A) l(MC-ll) FLUID LHOX HPOX 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Use extreme care La Porte arpt 4 miles NE of arpt located on Rwy 22 apch. 
Be alert for military acft at 1600' above sea level making overhead approaches. Birds on and invof arpt. 70' AGL 
tanks located 1400' northeast of Rwy 17R apch. Street Igts located 700' E of Rwy 17R approach may be 
mistaken for approach Igts. Rwy 17L-35R and Twy B East of Rwy 17R-35L not avbl for acft ops with more than 9 
passenger seats. TPA — VFR rectangular 1100(1068), overhead 1600(1568), Igt acft 600(568). Noise 
Abatement: Noise sensitive areas south and east of arpt. Jet acft restricted to straight-in, full stop Idg only 
between 0400-1300Z:t daily, Sun 0400-1900Z:t. No multiple practice VFR apch between 0500-1300ZJ; 
Sunday. On departure jet acft minimum use of afterburners and climb rwy heading to 1000' prior to turns or 
rejoin. Minimize flight and high power settings over populated areas, especially SE of the fid. On departure and 
touch and go, climb to pattern altitude as soon as possible. Minimize the use of afterburners beyond the fid 
boundary. Twy B unlgtd east of Rwy 17R-35L, daylight use only. Rwy 17L-35R between Twy C and Twy G dual 
purpose rwy /twy with twy Igts. Portions of ramp SW of twr (T-hangars) not visible from twr. Parking ramp capacity 
TDT-710. Rwy 22 rwy visual range touchdown and rollout avbl. Rwy 22 runway visual range touchdown OTS 
indef. Rwy 35L rwy visual range touchdown and rollout avbl. Rwy 17R arresting barriers 1500' located in safety 
area each side of rwy 14". Rwy 35L arresting barriers 1849' located in safety area each side of rwy 14". Rwy 04 
arresting barriers 1563' located in safety area each side of rwy 14". Rwy 22 arresting barriers 1496' located in 
safety area each side of rwy 14". 

MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. CAUTION Numerous small arpt with extensive training 
in area of base. ANG ramp clsd to all acft except Official Business only. PPR, etc ANG Base OPS 1200-2130ZT- 
wkd, clsd weekend, and hoi. DSN 454-2142, C281-929 2142, 24 hr prior arrival. Comd Post 24 hr DSN 
454-2716, C 281-929-2716. All other tran acft etc 1-800-426-5237, C 281-464-6551. CG Minimum 24 hr 
PPR except CG mission, C281-481-0025, DSN 454-2316. 

COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 135.575 269.9 1200-0500ZJ; (281) 464-4190 UNICOM 122.95 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 134.45 284.0 
LONE STAR COMD POST 142.2 261.8 
TOWER 126.05 253.5 GND CON 121.6 275.8 
ARNG OPS 41.00 (Mon-Fri 1230-2200Z:t prior req only) 142.2 288.5 Call Texan ops. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HOU. 

HOBBY (H)V0RW/DME 117.1 HUB Chan 118 N29°39.34' W95°16.60' 110" 6.8 NM to fid. 82/5E. 
(L)TACAN Chan 31 EFD (109.4) N29°36.36' W95°09.58' at fid. 30/5E. No NOTAM MP TACAN Mon 
1300-1530ZT-. 
TACAN azimuth and DME unusable: 

080°-095° byd 15 NM bio 5,000' 150°-160° byd 25 NM bio 2,500' 

SANJAC NDB (MHW) 347 JPA N29°40.11' W95°04.19' 227° 5.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE CXO. 
ILS 110.3 l-LPV Rwy 17R. Class IE. No NOTAM MP Tue-Wed 1330-1530Z:t. 
ILS 111.1 l-EFD Rwy 35L. Class IE. No NOTAM MP Tue-Wed 1330-1530ZJ;. 
ILS 110.1 l-FNF Rwy 22. Class IE. ILS OTS indef. No NOTAM MP Tue-Wed 1330-1530Z:t. 



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FLYIN' B (39R) 15 S UTC-6(-5DT) N29°32.26' W95°25.43' HOUSTON 

70 S4 NOTAM FILE CXO COPTER 

RWV 17-35: 2100X75 (TURF) 

RWY 17: P line. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Ground drops off sharply at end of Rwy 17 20' from thld. Bayou at South 

end of rwy. Rwy 17-35 sfc is not smooth and continuous, covered with l'-2' high vegetation and has rough 

areas where soil has been eroded. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



(IAH) 15 N UTC-6(-5DT) 



LRA Class I, ARFF Index E 



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GEORGE BUSH INTERCONTINENTAL/HOUSTON 

N29°59.07' W95-20.49' 
97 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2 

NOTAM FILE IAH 
RWV 15L-33R: H12001X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-200, ST-175, DT-400, DDT-800 

RWV 15L: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 58'. RWY 33R: MALSR. 

RWV 09-27: H10000X150 (CONC-GRVD) D-210, ST-175, DT-560 

HIRL CL 

RWV 09: MALSR. PAPI (P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. 

RWV 27: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 70'. 
RWV 15R-33L: H9999X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-200, ST-175, 

DT-400, DDT-873 HIRL CL 

RWV 15R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. 

RWV 33L: TDZL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 59'. 
RWV 09R-26L: H9402X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-210, ST-175, 

DT-498, DDT-873 HIRL CL 

RWV 09R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. 

RWV 26L: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI (P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. 
RWV 0SL-2BR: H9000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-210, ST-175, 

DT-409, DDT-873 HIRLCL 

RWV 08L: ALSF2. TDZL. RWV 26R: ALSF2. TDZL. 

LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

DISTAVBL 

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9010 



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COPTER 

H-7C, L-19E, 21A, GOMW 

IAP, AD 

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RWV D8R: 
RWV 09: 
RWV 15L: 
RWV 15R: 
RWV 26L: 
RWV 26R: 
RWV 27: 
RWV 33L: 
RWV 33R: 



T0RA-9000 

TORA-9402 

TORA-10000 

T0RA-12001 

T0RA-9999 

TORA-9402 

TORA-9000 



TODA-9000 
TODA-9402 
TODA-10000 
TODA-12001 
TODA-9999 
TODA-9402 
TODA-9000 



TORA-10000 TODA-10000 
TORA-9999 TODA-9999 
TORA-12001 TODA-12001 



ASDA-9000 LDA-9000 

ASDA-9402 LDA-9402 

ASDA-10000 LDA-10000 

ASDA-12001 LDA-12001 

ASDA-9999 LDA-9999 
ASDA-9402 LDA-9402 

ASDA-9000 LDA-9000 

ASDA-10000 LDA-10000 

ASDA-9999 LDA-9999 

ASDA-12001 LDA-12001 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 08L CLOSED to arrivals and departures 0400-1200Z:t, Rwy 26R 
CLOSED to departures 0400-1200Z:t. CAUTION: Birds on and in vicinity of arpt. CAUTION — Approach end of Rwy 
26L bright Igts approximately one mile from thld and 900' south of centerline. ASDE-X SURVEILLANCE System in 
use: Pilots should opr transponders with Mode C on all twys and rwys. Rwy 08L and Rwy 26R, Rwy 15L-33R and 
Rwy 15R-33L runway visual range touchdown, midfield, rollout avbl. Rwy 15L-33R magnetic anomalies may 
affect compass heading for tkf. Noise sensitive area north, east and west of arpt. North ramp north and south 
taxi lane clsd to acft with wing spans greater than 125'. North ramp connector restricted to acft with wing span 
125' and bio. Twy lane RC clsd to acft with wingspan greater than 135'. Twy NR clsd to acft with wing spans 
greater than 125' between Twy WD and Twy WB. The following movement areas are not visible from the twr: 
portions of Twys WA and WB from Twy WH to the AER 33R; Twys WA and WB from Twy WD north for 400'; Twy 
WD from Twy WA to Twy NR; Twy NR; Twy WL from Rwy 15L to Twy WB and Twy WM. Twys RA, RB and SC north of 
Twy SB are designated non-movement areas opr by COA ramp control. Twy SF between the south ramp and Twy 
NB is designated non-movement areas. Dual twy ops Twy NK btn Twy NB and North Ramp, west centerline 
restricted to acft maximum wing spans 125' and east centerline maximum wing spans 214'. Twy WC west of 
Rwy 15R-33L restricted to acft with 118' wingspan and below. Twy WA and Twy WB magnetic anomalies may 
affect compass heading. North Ramp taxilane btn Twys NF and NR restricted to acft with wing span 125' and 
below. North Ramp north taxilane btn Twy NG/SPOT 06 clsd from 0300-1400Z:t. 9' AGL unmarked security 
fence adjacent to fixed base operator and corporate base operator ramps and nonmovement area taxilanes. 
Helicopter hover/taxi restricted to hard surface movement areas only. Landing fee. Flight Notification Service 
(ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Special Notices — Continuous Power Facilities. 

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WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (281) 443-6397. HIWAS 116.6 IAH. TDWR. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 124.05 (281) 443-1744 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122.4 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 
® HOUSTON APP CON 124.35 (West) 120.05 (East) 
® HOUSTON DEP CON 123.8 (West) 119.7 (North) 133.6 (East) 

TOWER 135.15 127.3 125.35 120.725 GND CON 121.7 119.95 118.575 CLNC DEL 128.1 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE IAH. 

HUMBLE (H)VORTACW 116.6 IAH Chan 113 N29°57.41' W95°20.74' 003° 1.7 NM to fid. 90/5E. 

HIWAS. 
NIXIN NDB (MHW) 326 BVP N29°59.60' W95°12.90' 260° 6.6 NM to fid. 
ILS/DME 109.7 l-JYV Chan 34 Rwy 26L. Class HIE. 
ILS/DME 109.7 l-IAH Chan 34 Rwy08R. 
ILS/DME 111.55 l-BZU Chan 52(Y) Rwy 08L. Class III E. 
ILS/DME 110.9 l-UYO Chan 34 Rwy 09. 

ILS 111.15 l-LKM Rwy 15R. Class IE. LOC unusable byd 30° right of course. 
ILS/DME 111.55 l-OND Chan 52(Y) Rwy 26R. Class III E. 
ILS/DME 110.9 l-GHI Chan 46 Rwy 27. Class HIE. 
ILS 111.9 l-CDG Rwy33R. 



HAPPY LANDINGS (2H5) 33 sw utc-6(-5dt) 

105 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 17-35: 4400X100 (TURF) 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



N29°30.30' W095°54.01' 
Not insp. 



HOUSTON 

H-7C, L-19D, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 



HOUSTON EXECUTIVE (THE) 28 W UTC-6(-5DT) N29°48.50' W095°53.87' 
166 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 18-36: H6610X100 (ASPH) D-50 MIRL 

RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. P-line. 

RWY 38: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 1560'. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For svc after hrs call 281-945-5000. 100LL avbl 24 hrs self serve. Birds 

on and invof arpt. Noise sensitive area east of arpt in effect, avoid housing area. Touch and go landings 

prohibited. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36, REIL Rwy 18 and REIL Rwy 36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-A 122.975. (281) 945-5451 or 713-932-8437. Also reports visibility. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/AUNICOM 122.975 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 123.8 

GCO 121.725 (IAH CLNC and FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

EAGLE LAKE (H)VORW/DME 116.4 ELA Chan 111 N29°39.75' W96°19.03' 061° 23.5NM to fid. 190/8E. 



HOUSTON-SOUTHWEST (AXH) 15 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N29°30.37' W95°28.62 r 
68 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 09-27: H5003X100 (ASPH) S-13 MIRL 

RWY 09: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 50'. Trees. RWY 27: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Road 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Ultralight and balloon ops 

prohibited. TPA for Igt acft 1068 (1000) and large acft 1568 

(1500). No touch and go landings for transient or nonbased acft. 

Helicopter tfc invof arpt. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS-123.625 (281)431-6572. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 123.8 CLNC DEL 120.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HOU. 

HOBBY (H)VORW/DME 117.1 HUB Chan 118 N29°39.34' 
W95°16.60' 225° 13.8 NM to fid. 82/5E. 

ILS/DME 108.9 l-AXH Chan 26 Rwy 09. (Loc only). 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 




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WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (281) 443-6397. HIWAS 116.6 IAH. TDWR. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 124.05 (281) 443-1744 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122.4 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 
® HOUSTON APP CON 124.35 (West) 120.05 (East) 
® HOUSTON DEP CON 123.8 (West) 119.7 (North) 133.6 (East) 

TOWER 135.15 127.3 125.35 120.725 GND CON 121.7 119.95 118.575 CLNC DEL 128.1 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE IAH. 

HUMBLE (H)VORTACW 116.6 IAH Chan 113 N29°57.41' W95°20.74' 003° 1.7 NM to fid. 90/5E. 

HIWAS. 
NIXIN NDB (MHW) 326 BVP N29°59.60' W95°12.90' 260° 6.6 NM to fid. 
ILS/DME 109.7 l-JYV Chan 34 Rwy 26L. Class HIE. 
ILS/DME 109.7 l-IAH Chan 34 Rwy08R. 
ILS/DME 111.55 l-BZU Chan 52(Y) Rwy 08L. Class III E. 
ILS/DME 110.9 l-UYO Chan 34 Rwy 09. 

ILS 111.15 l-LKM Rwy 15R. Class IE. LOC unusable byd 30° right of course. 
ILS/DME 111.55 l-OND Chan 52(Y) Rwy 26R. Class III E. 
ILS/DME 110.9 l-GHI Chan 46 Rwy 27. Class HIE. 
ILS 111.9 l-CDG Rwy33R. 



HAPPY LANDINGS (2H5) 33 sw utc-6(-5dt) 

105 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 17-35: 4400X100 (TURF) 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



N29°30.30' W095°54.01' 
Not insp. 



HOUSTON 

H-7C, L-19D, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 



HOUSTON EXECUTIVE (THE) 28 W UTC-6(-5DT) N29°48.50' W095°53.87' 
166 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 18-36: H6610X100 (ASPH) D-50 MIRL 

RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. P-line. 

RWY 38: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 1560'. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For svc after hrs call 281-945-5000. 100LL avbl 24 hrs self serve. Birds 

on and invof arpt. Noise sensitive area east of arpt in effect, avoid housing area. Touch and go landings 

prohibited. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36, REIL Rwy 18 and REIL Rwy 36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-A 122.975. (281) 945-5451 or 713-932-8437. Also reports visibility. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/AUNICOM 122.975 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 123.8 

GCO 121.725 (IAH CLNC and FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

EAGLE LAKE (H)VORW/DME 116.4 ELA Chan 111 N29°39.75' W96°19.03' 061° 23.5NM to fid. 190/8E. 



HOUSTON-SOUTHWEST (AXH) 15 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N29°30.37' W95°28.62 r 
68 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 09-27: H5003X100 (ASPH) S-13 MIRL 

RWY 09: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 50'. Trees. RWY 27: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Road 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Ultralight and balloon ops 

prohibited. TPA for Igt acft 1068 (1000) and large acft 1568 

(1500). No touch and go landings for transient or nonbased acft. 

Helicopter tfc invof arpt. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS-123.625 (281)431-6572. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 123.8 CLNC DEL 120.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HOU. 

HOBBY (H)VORW/DME 117.1 HUB Chan 118 N29°39.34' 
W95°16.60' 225° 13.8 NM to fid. 82/5E. 

ILS/DME 108.9 l-AXH Chan 26 Rwy 09. (Loc only). 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 




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LONE STAR EXECUTIVE (CXO) 37 N UTC-6(-5DT) N30°21.14' W95°24.87 
245 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,4 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 14-32: H6000X150 (CONC) S-60, D-100, ST-175 MIRL 

RWV 14: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Thld dsplcd 589' 

Tree. 

RWV 32: REIL. Antenna. 
RWV 01-19: H5000X100 (CONC) S-140, ST-175 MIRL 

RWV 01: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. Trees. 

RWV 19: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0300ZT-. Extensive military 

helicopter activity on arpt. Helicopters use right-hand traffic. 

MIRL Rwy 14-32 preset low intensity, increase intensity and 

ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 14 and REIL Rwy 32— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.325 (936)760-4237. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.125 ATIS 118.325 UNICOM 122.95 

MONTGOMERV COUNTV RCO 122.2 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 119.7 CLNC DEL 119.55 (when twr clsd) 

TOWER 124.125 (1300-0400ZT-) GND CON 120.45 
CLNC DEL 120.45 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1300-0400Z:t. other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE IAH . 

HUMBLE (H)VORTACW 116.6 IAH Chan 113 N29°57.41' 
W95°20.74' 346° 23.9 NM to fid. 90/5E. HIWAS. 

ALIBI NDB (LOM) 281 CX N30°25.92' W95°28.58' 141° 5.7 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE CXO 

ILS/DME 108.7 l-CXO Chan 24 Rwy 14. Class IB. LOM ALIBI NDB. 



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44 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1044(1000) NOTAM FILE LVJ 
RWV 14-32: H4313X75 (ASPH) S-8 MIRL 

RWV 14: REIL. Trees. RWV 32: REIL. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300ZT-, Sun 

1800-2300Zt.. Lgtd oil derrick 116' AGL, .65 NM southeast of 
arpt. Rwy 14 25' lgtd poles in trees 520' from thld. Banner towing 
SR-SS. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.525 (281) 992-1853. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 134.45 CLNC DEL 124.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GLS. 

SCHOLES (L)VORTACW 113.0 VUH Chan 77 N29°16.16' 
W94°52.06' 302° 24.8 NM to fid. 4/6E. Unmonitored. 



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N29°37.34' W95°39.39' 
(See Remarks) NOTAM FILE SGR 



SUGAR LAND RGNL (sbr) 17 sw utc-6(-sdt) 

82 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 TPA- 

RWY 17-35: H8000X100 (CONC) S-80, D-120, ST-152, DT-200, DT-600 
RWY 17: REIL. PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.5° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 380'. Trees. 
RWY 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 56'. Thld dsplcd 1984'. 
Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0500Z:t. For fuel after hrs call 
281-275-2400 before 0500ZT-. Birds on and in vicinity of arpt. 
Nitrogen avbl during business hrs. Ramp fee for civil acft waived 
with fuel purchase. No touch and go landings nighttime. No 
intersection departures for multi-engine acft. Noise abatement 
procedure: Noise sensitive areas, information avbl at terminal. 
TPA— 1000(918) single engine piston acft, TPA-1500(1418) for 
twin and turbojet acft, TPA-500(418) for helicopters within 2 NM 
ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 17-35 and REIL Rwy 17 and Rwy 35— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.125 (281) 242-7605. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.65 UNICOM 122.95 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 123.8 CLNC DEL 119.25 (When twr clsd) 
SUBAR LAND TOWER 118.65 (1200-0400Z:t) CLNC DEL 121.4 
GNDCON 121.4 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D 1200-0400Z:t other times CLASS E. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HOU. 

HOBBY (H)VORW/DME 117.1 HUB Chan 118 N29°39.34' 

W95°16.60' 259° 20.0 NM to fid. 82/5E. 
HULL NDB (HW) 388 SGR N29°37.95' W95°39.36' at fid 
ILS/BME 110.7 l-TXH Chan 44 Rwy 35. 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

H-7C, L-19D, 21A, GOMW 

IAP, AD 




NOTAM FILE SGR. 



N29°56.13' W95°38.36' 



WEISER AIR PARK (eyoj h nw utc-6(-sdt) 

137 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 09-27: H3455X40 (ASPH) S-10 LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 09: Tree. Rgt tfc. RWY 27: P-line. 

RWY 16-34: 2000X33 (TURF) S-4 

RWY 16: Trees. RWY 34: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. 100LL self serve with 

major credit card. Rwy 09-27 NSTD LIRL. N side Igts 30' from rwy 

edge, S side Igts 40' from rwy edge. Helicopter ops restricted to 

an area Northwest of the intersection of Rwy 09-27 and Rwy 

16-34. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 123.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE IAH. 

HUMBLE (H)VORTACW 116.6 IAH Chan 113 N29°57.41' 
W95°20.74' 260° 15.4 NM to fid. 90/5E. HIWAS. 

NDB(MHW)286 EYQ N29°56.03' W95°38.46' at fid. NOTAM 
FILE CXO. Unmonitored 0200-1300Z:t. 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

L-19D, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 



Rwy 1 6-34: 2000 X 33 




WESTHEIMER AIR PARK (007) 20W UTC-6(-5DT) N29°41.68' W95°47.68' 
117 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 11-29: H2500X28 (CONC) LIRL 
RWY 11: P-line. RWY 29: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0000Z:t. ACTIVATE rotating ben— CTAF. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 11-29— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 



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WEST HOUSTON (IWS) 13 W UTC-6(-5DT) N29°49.09' W95°40.36' 

111 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,3 TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 15-33: H3953X75 (ASPH) S-18, D-44 HIRL 

RWV 15: REIL. PAPI(P2R)— GA 4.0° TCH 44'. Tree. 

RWV 33: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 44'. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Deep/wide ditch 

approximately 25' from AER 15, 40' and greater trees 

approximately 900' from AER 15. Road angling across apch Rwy 

33. Tfc pattern altitude for light acft 1111(1000). Tfc pattern 

altitude for large/turbine/jet acft 1611(1500). No touch and go 

Idgs between 0400-1200ZJ;. No ngt helicopter training. Landing 

fee for helicopters. Fee waived with fuel purchase. No multiple 

training flights by helicopters. Rwy 15-33 HIRL Rwy 15-33 preset 

low ints; to increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 15 and Rwy 

33-CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 123.8 CLNC DEL 121.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE IAH. 

HUMBLE (H)VORTACW 116.5 IAH Chan 113 N29°57.41' 
W95°20.74' 239° 19.0 NM to fid. 90/5E. HIWAS. 




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WILLIAM P. HOBBY (HOU) 8SE UTC-6(-5DT) N29°38.73' W95°16.73' 

46 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A, Al 0X1,2,3,4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index C 

NOTAM FILE HOU 
RWY 04-22: H7602X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-200, ST-16S, DT-400 HIRLCL 

RWY 04: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 56'. 

RWY 22: MALS. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Pole. 
RWY 12R-30L: H 7602X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-195, ST-168, 

DT-220 HIRL CL 

RWY 12R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. Thld dsplcd 

1034'. Pole. 

RWY 30L: REIL. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. Road. 
RWY 17-35: H6000X150 (CONC-ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-121, 

ST-153, DT-195 MIRL 

RWY 17: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Antenna. 

RWY 35: REIL. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. Building. 
RWY 12L-30R: H5148X100 (CONC-GRVD) S-30, D-45, 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

H-7C, L-19E.21A, GOMW 

IAP, AD 



DT-80 MIRL 

RWY 12L: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY 04: T0RA-7602 TODA-7602 
RWY 12L: T0RA-5148 
RWY 12R: T0RA-7602 
RWY 17: T0RA-6000 
RWY 22: T0RA-7602 
RWY 30L: TORA-7602 
RWY30R: T0RA-5148 
RWY 35: T0RA-6000 



RWY30L: PAPI(P4L). 



T0DA-5148 
TODA-7602 
TODA-6000 
TODA-7602 
TODA-7602 
TODA-5148 
TODA-6000 




ASDA-7602 LDA-7602 
ASDA-5148 LDA-5148 
ASDA-7602 LDA-6568 
ASDA-6000 LDA-6000 
ASDA-7602 LDA-7602 
ASDA-7602 LDA-7602 
ASDA-5148 LDA-5148 
ASDA-6000 LDA-6000 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Arpt CLOSED to acft with wingspan over 125' except 24 hours PPR, call 
arpt manager 713-640-3000. Numerous birds on and invof arpt. ASDE-X Surveillance System in use: pilots 
should operate transponders with Mode C on all twys and rwys. Customs ramp has multiple obstructions, 
recommend large acft use customs overflow ramp. Acft in tkf position on Rwy 22 be alert for possible radio 
interference or null on frequency 118.7. Use upper antenna if so equipped. Rwy 04 runway visual range 
touchdown, midfield, rollout avbl. Rwy 22 runway visual range touchdown, midfield, rollout avbl. Rwy 12R runway 
visual range touchdown avbl. Rwy 30L runway visual range touchdown avbl. Twy G centerline to parked acft on W 
side only 68'. Twy G centerline to edge of adjacent svc vehicle road on W side only 48'. Due to complex rwy 
configuration, when taxiing to thlds 12L and 12R and 17 check compass heading before departing. Acft 
southbound on Twy C to Rwy 30L thld use extreme care, Twy C makes a 45° dogleg to the left crossing Twy K. 
PAPI Rwy 30L unusable byd 8° left and right of course. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See 
Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (713) 847-1462. TDWR. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 124.6 (713) 847-1491 UNICOM 122.95 
HOBBY RCO 122.35 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 
® HOUSTON APP CON 134.45 (South) 124.35 (West) 120.05 (East) 
HOBBY TOWER 118.7 

HOUSTON GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 125.45 PRE-TAXI CLNC 125.45 
® HOUSTON DEP CON 134.45 (South) 123.8 (West) 119.7 (North) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HOU. 



HOBBY (H) VORW/DME 117.1 
ILS/DME 111.3 l-PRQ 
ILS/DME 109.9 l-HUB 
ILS/DME 111.3 l-UPU 
ILS/DME 109.9 l-OIB 
17° right of course. 



HUB 


Chan 118 


Chan 50 


Rwy 12R 


Chan 36 


Rwy 04. 


Chan 50 


Rwy 30L 


Chan 36 


Rwy 22. 



N29°39.34' W95°16.60' at fid. 82/5E. 

Class IIIE. 
Class IE. 
LOC only. DME also shared with Rwy 04. DME unusable byd 



HOUSTON CO 



(See CROCKETT) 



HOUSTON-SOUTH WEST (see Houston) 



HUBER AIRPARK CIVIC CLUB LLC (see seguin) 



HUDSPETH N31°34.12' W105°22.58' 
(L)VORTACW 115.0 HUP Chan 97 



NOTAM FILE ABQ. 
123° 43.2 NM to Culberson Co. 4390/12E. 



EL PASO 
H-4K, 6F, L-BF 



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283 



HULL N29°37.95' W95°39.36' NOTAM FILE SGR. 
NDB(HW) 388 SGR at Sugar Land Rgnl. 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

L-19D, 21A, GOMW 



HUMBLE N29°57.41' W95°20.74' NOTAM FILE IAH. HOUSTON 

(H)VORTACW 116.6 IAH Chan 113 003° 1.7 NM to George Bush Intercontinental/Houston. COPTER 

90/5E. HIWAS. H-7C, L-19E, 21A, GOMW 



HUNT (See PORTLAND) 



HUNTSVILLE MUNI (UTS) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 44.81' W95°35.23' 
363 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE UTS 
RWV 18-36: H5005X100 (ASPH) S-27 MIRL 1.3% up S. 
RWV 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)Trees. 
RWV 36: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.8° TCH 40'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dawn-dusk. LIRL Rwy 18-36 preset low 
ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 18 and Rwy 
36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.425 (936) 291-7997. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.3 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

LEONA (L)VORTACW 110.8 LOA Chan 45 N31°07.44' 

W95°58.08' 131° 29.9 NM to fid. 350/8E. 
NDB (MHW) 308 UTS N30°44.44' W95°35.45' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE UTS. 



HOUSTON 

H-7C, L-19D, 21A 

IAP 




HUTCHINSON CO (see borger) 


INDOO N32°24.95' W95°28.18' NOTAM FILE TYR. 
NDB (LOM) 320 TY 131° 5.0 NM to Tyler Pounds Rgnl. 




DALLAS-FT WORTH 


INDUSTRY N29°57.36' W96°33.73' NOTAM FILE CXO. 

(L)VORTACW 110.2 IDU Chan 39 165° 19.0 NM to Robert R. Wells J 


r. 419/8E. 


HOUSTON 
H-7C, L-19D, 21A, GOMW 



INGLESIDE 



BROWNSVILLE 

H-7C, L— 201, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 



T P MC CAMPBELL (TFP) 2N UTC -6(-5DT) N27 54.78' W97°12.69' 
18 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 13-31: H5000X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWV 13: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. RWV 31: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Zt. Fuel self-svc. Ground adjacent to Rwy 13-31 and Twy A (SE end 

more than IY2" below rwy. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — 123.0. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.775 (361) 758-8961. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® CORPUS APP CON 120.9 
CORPUS DEP CON 120.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

CORPUS CHRISTI (H) VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' W97°26.69' 078° 12.0 NM to fid. 60/9E. 
HIWAS. 



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IRAAN MUNI (2F0) 1 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°54.34' W101°53.52' SAN ANTONIO 

2200 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT L-19A 

RWY 14-32: H4085X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 14: Thld dsplcd 500'. P line. RWY 32: Thld dsplcd 490'. 

RWY 07-25: H2755X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWY 07: Brush. RWY 25: Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Wildlife on and invof arpt. Rising terrain southwest and west of arpt. Rwy 25 15 ft 

marked p-line 420 ft from thld both sides of centerline with apch slope 14:1. Rwy 14-32 NSTD LIRL. Rwy 14 

has no dsplcd thld Igts, Rwy 32 has single green dsplcd thld Igt. Rwy 14-32 dsplcd thlds painted yellow. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FST. 

FORT STOCKTON (H)VORTAC 116.9 FST Chan 115 N30°57.13' W102°58.54' 082° 56.0 NM to fid. 
2893/11E. HIWAS. 



IRESH N31°01.44' W97°42.48' NOTAM FILE ILE. 
NDD(L0M)278 IL 010° 3.9 NM to Skylark Fid. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C, 21A 



1R0NHEAD 



(See SANGER) 



UTC-6(-5DT) N33°13.72' W98°08.80' 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17C 



JACKSBORO MUNI (2iF) i ne 

1055 B NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWY 17-35: H3220X75 (ASPH) S-4 MIRL 

RWY 17: Pole. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Arpt access gate locked. Rwy 17-35 pavement cracked with weeds and grass 

growing thru cracks. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

BOWIE (H)VORTACW 112.4 UKW Chan 71 N33°32.15' W97°49.28' 216° 24.6 NM to fid. 1100/6E. 
HIWAS. 



JACKSBORO N33°06.76' W98°07.25' 
RCO 122.4 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
L-17C 



JACKSON CO (See EDNA) 



JACKSONVILLE 

CHEROKEE CO (JSO) 6 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N31°52.16' W95°13.04' 
677 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE JSO 
RWY 14-32: H5011X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.4% up NW 
RWY 14: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 
RWY 32: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0000Z:t. MIRL Rwy 14-32 preset 

low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.075 (903) 586-0124. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® LONGVIEW APP/DEP CON 128.75 (1200-0400ZJ;) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP 135.25 (0400-1200ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

FRANKSTON (L) VORW/DME 111.4 FZT Chan 51 N32°04.48' 

W95°31.85' 121° 20.2 NM to fid. 305/6E. 
NDB(MHW)263 JSO N31°52.21' W95°12.93' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE JSO. SHUTDOWN. 




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JASPER CO-BELL FLD ( jas> 4 sw 

213 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 18-3B: H5500X70 (ASPH) S-21 

RWV 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. 

RWV 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. 



UTC-6(-5DT) N30°53.14' W94°02.10' 

NOTAM FILE JAS 

MIRL 0.7% up N 
Trees. 
Trees. 



HOUSTON 

H-61, L-19E, 21A 

IAP 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

18-36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.375 (409) 489-1603. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.5 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.95 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LFK. 

LUFKIN (H) VORTACW 112.1 LFK Chan 58 N31°09.74' 
W94°43.02' 110° 38.8 NM to fid. 200/5E. HIWAS. 

NDB (MHW) 344 JAS N30°57.26' W94°02.04' 177° 
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KENT CO (22F) IS UTC-6(-5DT) N33°13.76' W100°34.12' 
2006 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H3300X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL 

RWV 17: Road. RWV 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Agricultural activity on arpt May-Sep. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

GUTHRIE (L) VORTACW 114.5 GTH Chan 92 N33°46.70' W100°20.17' 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17A 



190° 34.9 NM to fid. 1940/10E. 



JECCA N32°40.09' W96°31.94' NOTAM FILE FTW. 
NDB (MHW) 388 JUG 355° 4.7 NM to Mesquite Metro. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
COPTER 

A 



JEFFERSON 



CYPRESS RIVER (24F) 

221 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 05-23: H3200X60 (ASPH) 



3E UTC-6(-5DT) N32°44.66' W94°18.28 



S-12.5 LIRL 
RWV 05: Trees. RWV 23: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. CAUTION: Rwy 05 5' ditch 45' left at 
thld decreasing to zero depth 500' East of thld. Deer on and invof 
arpt. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SHV. 

BELCHER (H) VORTACW 117.4 EIC Chan 121 N32°46.28' 
W93°48.60' 259° 25.1 NM to fid. 190/7E. 




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MANNING FLD (6F7) 4N UTC-6(-5DT) N32°49.59 r W94°21.26' HEMF 

320 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 12-30: 5000X80 (TURF) 

RWY12:Road. RWY 30: Fence. 

RWY 07-25: 3600X100 (TURF) 

RWY 07: P-line. RWY 25: Trees. 

RWY 02-20: 1845X100 (TURF) 

RWY 02: Tree. RWY 20: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Ultralight activity on and in vicinity of arpt. No line of sight between rwy 

ends 20, 25 and 30. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



JIM HOGG CO (See HEBBRONVILLE) 



JOE VAUGHN SPRAYING (see kress) 



JONES FLD (See BONHAM) 



JUNCTION 



KIMBLE CO (JCT) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°30.65' W99°45.79' 
1749 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE JCT 
RWY 17-35: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 1.0% up N 

RWY 17: Hill. 
RWY 08-26: 2255X146 (TURF) 

RWY 26: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. PAEW on twy and adjacent 

rwy. Rwy 08-26 thlds marked with white tires across rwy ends. 

Frequent mil training fits conducting low apchs to arpt. MIRL Rwy 

17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.275 (325) 446-4594. HIWAS 116.0 

JCT. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

JUNCTION RCO 122.3 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE JCT. 

JUNCTION (H)VORTACW 116.0 JCT Chan 107 N30°35.88' 
W99M9.05' 144° 5.9 NM to fid. 2280/8E. HIWAS. 



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(H)VORTACW 116.0 JCT Chan 107 144° 5.9 NM to Kimble Co. 2280/8E. HIWAS. 
RCO 122.3 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 



SAN ANTONIO 
H-7B, L-19B 



JUSTIN 



CLARKAIRPORT (3T6) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N33°08.81' W097°17.80' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

705 NOTAM FILE FTW COPTER 

RWY 17-35: H1800X22 (ASPH) 

RWY17:Bldg. RWY 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. +5' fence 50-75' east of rwy running parallel marked with tires. Rwy 

17-35 has grass encroachment. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
COPTER 
L-17C, A 



PROPWASH (16X) 3E UTC-6(-5DT) N33°04.84' W097°21.53' 
800 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H3000X60 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWY 17: Tree. Rgt tfc. RWY 35: Thld dsplcd 200'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE rotating ben— CTAF. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. Landing fee. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

RANGER (H)VORTACW 115.7 FUZ Chan 104 N32°53.37' W97°10.77' 316° 14.6 NM to fid. 637/6E 



KARNES CO (See KENEDY) 



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KATY 



(9X9) 7 N UTC-6(-5DT) N29°54.76' W95°49.60' 



SACK-O-GRANDE ACROPORT 

165 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 09-27: 3950X100 (TURF) 

RWY09:Road. RWV 27: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Aerobatic box over airport. Landing fee. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 UNICOM 122.725 



KAUFMAN 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



HALL (K00) 6 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°30.83' W96°14.21' 
440 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: 2585X40 (TURF) 

RWV 17: Trees. RWV 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Sat-Sun 1400Z:t-dusk. Rwy 17-35 grass high and rough. +4' fence 40' E of rwy 

centerline obstructs safety area, scattered 12' trees in fence line. +3' grass covering painted tires marking thld. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



KELLY N29°23.49' W98°34.86' NOTAM FILE SKF. 

(L) TACAN Chan 57 KSY (112.0) at Lackland AFB Kelly Fid Annex. 687/7E. Unmonitored when 
twrclsd. No NOTAM MP every fourth Wed 1100-1300Z:t. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C 



KENEDY 



N28°49.50' W97°51.94' 



0.5% up NW 



SAN ANTONIO 

L-20H, 21 A 

IAP 



KARNES CO (2R9) 1 NW UTC-6(-5DT 
289 B S4 NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 16-34: H3218X50 (ASPH) S-ll MIRL 

RWV 16: Tree. Rgt tfc. RWV 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri dalgt hours. Deer on and invof arpt seasonally. MIRL Rwy 16-34 and twy Igts 

preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

THREE RIVERS (L)VORTAC 111.4 THX Chan 51 N28°30.30' W98°09.03' 030° 24.4 NM to fid. 270/8E. 

KENNETH COPELAND (see ft worth) 

KENT CO (See JAYTON) 



(ERV) 5 SE UTC-6(-5DT) 



OX 3 NOTAM FILE ERV 

MIRL 0.3% up SE 

. Thld dsplcd 690'. Trees. 



1.0% up NE 



KERRVILLE MUNI/LOUIS SCHREINER FLD 

N29°58.60' W99°05.13' 
1617 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 12-30: H6000X100 (ASPH) S-25 

RWV 12: PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.83° TCH 40'. 

RWV 30: PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.83° TCH 40'. 
RWV 03-21: H3592X60 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWV 03: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5°. TCH 31'. Tree. 

RWV 21: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5°. TCH 25'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended sunrise-sunset. Deer on and in vicinity of 

arpt. PAEW on arpt. Rwy 03-21 CLOSED indef. MIRL Rwy 03-21 

and Rwy 12-30 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.125 (830) 895-2204. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.95 CLNC DEL 134.95 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ERV. 

CENTER POINT (H)VORTAC 117.5 CSI Chan 122 N29°55.34' 
W99°12.87' 056° 7.5 NM to fid. 2080/8E. 

SHEIN NDB (MHW/LOM) 263 ER N29°54.90' W99°00.57' 
307° 5.4 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.1 l-ERV Rwy 30. LOM SHEIN NDB. LOC only. 




KICKAPOO DOWNTOWN AIRPARK (see wichita falls) 



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KILLEEN 



5DT) N31°05.15' W97°41.19' 
TPA— 1648(800) NOTAM FILE ILE 
S-17, D-50 MIRL 
Thld dsplcd 844'. 



ASDA-5495 
ASDA-5495 



LDA-4641 
LDA-5495 



SKYLARK FLD <ile> se utc-6(- 

848 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWY 01-19: H5495X100 (ASPH-AFSC) 

RWY 01: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0 

Road. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 19: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° P-line. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY01:TORA-5495 T0DA-5495 

RWY19:TORA-5495 TODA-5495 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0000Z1;. Helicopter tfc west side of 

arpt. Rwy 01 designated as calm rwy. MIRL Rwy 01-19 preset low 

ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE twy lights and MALSR Rwy 

01 — CTAF. NOTE: See Special Notices Section — Model Aircraft 

Activity. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 128.575 (254) 690-3131. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® GRAY APP/DEP CON 120.075 CLNC DEL 121.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GRK. 

GRAY (T)VORW/DME 111.8 GRK Chan 55 N31°01.97' 
W97°48.83' 057° 7.3 NM to fid. 980/7E. Unmonitored. 

IRESH NDB (LOM) 278 IL N31°01.44' W97°42.48' 010° 3.9 
NM to fid. NOTAM FILE ILE. 

ILS 108.3 I— ILE Rwy 01. Class IT. LOM IRESH NDB. 



SAN ANTONIO 

H-GH, L-19C, 21A 

IAP 




KIMBLE CO (See JUNCTION) 



KINGSVILLE 

KLEBERG CO (IKG) 9W UTC-6(-5DT) N27°33.05' W98»01.86 

130 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X3 NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 13-31: H6000X75 (ASPH) S-35, D-47, DT-70 MIRL 
RWY 13: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
RWY 31: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2230Z:t, Sat-Sun 
1400-2100Z:t other hrs by PPR, phone 361-854-3759. 
Parachute Jumping. Birds on and invof arpt, seasonal. Rwy 13 and 
Rwy 31 REIL 200' from thld. Rwy 13 REIL OTS indef. Rwy 31 REIL 
OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset low ints, to increase ints and 
ACTIVATE REIL Rwys 13 and 31— CTAF. Landing fee for turbine 
and jet acft. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.075 (361) 592-9152. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® KINGSVILLE APP/DEP CON 119.9 (Mon-Thu 1330-0530Z:t, Fri 

1330-2330Z:t, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays by NOTAM) other 
times etc 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

CORPUS CHRISTI (H) VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' 

W97°26.69' 227° 37.7 NM to fid. 60/9E. HIWAS. 
NDB(MHW)347 TKB N27°36.38' W98°05.15' 133° 4.4 
NM to fid. NOTAM FILE SJT. 




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TEXAS 



289 



KINGSVILLE NAS (nqikknqd nas 

50 B NOTAM FILE SJT 

RWV 13L-31R: H8001X200 (PEM) 
RWV 13L: OLS. WAVE-OFF. 

RWV 13R-31 L: H8000X300 (PEM) 
RWV 31R: OLS. WAVE-OFF. 

RWV 17L-35R: H8000X200 (PEM) 
RWV 17L: OLS. TDZL. WAVE-OFF 

RWV 17R-35L: H8000X200 (PEM) 
RWV 17R: OLS. WAVE-OFF. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEMS 

RWV 13L HOOK E28(B) (1050') 
RWV 13R HOOK E28(B) (1550') 
RWV 17L HOOK E28(B) (1675') 
RWV 17R HOOK E28(B) (1250') 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT OLS GS 3.25' 



3E UTC-6(-5DT) N27°30.27' W97°48.50' 
Not insp. 
PCN 61 F/B/W/T HIRL 
RWV 31R: OLS. WAVE-OFF. 
PCN 82 F/C/W/T HIRL 
RWV 31L: OLS. WAVE-OFF. 
PCN 69 F/B/W/T HIRL CL 

RWV 35R: ALSF1. OLS. WAVE-OFF. 
PCN 61 F/B/W/T HIRL 
RWV 35L: OLS. WAVE-OFF. 



BROWNSVILLE 

H-7C, L-20H, 21A, GOMW 

DIAP, AD 



HOOK E28(B) (1500') RWV 31R 
HOOK E28(B) (1503') RWV 31L 
HOOK E28(B) (1516') RWV 35R 
HOOK E28(B) (1600') RWV 35L 
JASU 1(NC-8A) l(GTC-85) 1(NCPP-105) FUEL J8 FLUID SP PRESAIR 
LOX OIL 0-148-156 TRAN ALERT Expect servicing delays weekend. Svc not avbl Sun until 2300Z. Tran must 
supervise servicing. Drag chute repack unavbl. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Thu 1330-0530Z:t, Fri 1330-2330Zt, CLOSED Sat, Sun and holidays by NOTAM. 
RSTD PPR for non-Chief of Naval Air Training acft DSN 876-6108/6283, C361-516-6108/6283. CAUTION Heavy 
jet instrument training during fid opr hr. Bird and wildlife hazard. Avoid overflight of chemical plant 5 NM N. TFC 
PAT Arriving tran acft expect enroute descent. Use Idg/taxi Igt for final portion of instrument apch during VFR. 
MISC Expect 15 minute delay during peak training periods. During single rwy opr, all non-training Wing 2 acft 
should expect delays and wave-offs during peak tfc. 
COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 276.2 (Mon-Thu 1330-0530Zt, Fri 1330-2330Z:t, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays by 
NOTAM.) 
® APP CON 119.9 290.45 (Mon-Thu 1330-0530Z^, Fri 1330-2330Zt, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays by NOTAM), other 

times etc 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP CON 128.3 291.6 

TOWER 124.1 377.05 (Mon-Thu 1330-0530Z|, Fri 1330-2330Zt, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays by NOTAM) 
GND CON 239.05 CLNC DEL 328.4 
® DEP CON 266.8 (Mon-Thu 1330-0530Z^, Fri 1330-2330Z:t, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays by NOTAM), other times 
etc ©HOUSTON CENTER DEP CON 128.15 350.3 

PMSV METRO 344.6 (Mon-Thu 1000-0400Z:t, Fri 1000-1900Z^) BASE OPS 274.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

(H)TACAN Chan 125 NQI (117.8) N27°29.95' W97°48.34' at fid. 44/4E. 
ILS/DME 110.9 l-NQI Rwy 13R. Auto coupled apchs not authorized bio 439' MSL. 
ASR/PAR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Tran acft etc App Con 25 NM out. Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 

KIRB YVILLE (T12) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°38.79' W93°54.89' HOUSTON 

121 S4 NOTAM FILE CXO L-19E, 21A 

RWV 13-31: H3746X50 (ASPH) S-8 

RWV 13: Thld dsplcd 326'. Tree. RWY 31: Thld dsplcd 226'. Trees. 

RWV 04-22: H1983X45 (ASPH) S-8 

RWY 04: Trees. RWV 22: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 04-22 CLOSED indef. PAEW during daylight. Rwy 04-22 1' tall weeds growing on 

rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BPT. 

BEAUMONT (L) VORW/DME 114.5 BPT Chan 92 N29°56.76' W94°00.97' 360° 42.3 NM to fid. 10/7E. 
HIWAS. 



KITTIE HILL (see leander) 



KITTYHAWK fallen) 



KLEBERG CO (see kingsville) 



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290 



TEXAS 



KNOX CITY 

HARRISON FLD OF KNOX CITY (F75) in 

1500 B NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWY 01-19: H3200X50 (ASPH) S-10 MIRL 

RWY01: Fence. 

RWY 19: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.75° TCH 27'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 19 +20' trees 105' right 0-200 

south of rwy thld. Windsock lights OTS indef. Rotating ben OTS 

indef. Rwy 19 PAPI OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 01-19 preset low ints 

dusk-0500Zt-to increase ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. After 0500Z+- 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

GOTHRIE (L)VORTACW 114.5 GTH Chan 92 N33M6.70' 
W100°20.17' 118° 33.2 NM to fid. 1940/10E. 



UTC-6(-5DT) N33°26.29' W99M8.77' 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17B 




KOTTI N29-26.56' W100°59.54' NOTAM FILE DRT. 

NDB(L0M)335 DR 132° 5.3 NM to Del Rio Intl. LOM unmonitored. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19B 



KOUNTZE/SILSBEE 



HAWTHORNE FLD (45R) 3SE UTC-5(-5DT) N30°20.18' W94°15.45' 
71 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CXO 

RWY 13-31: H4303X76 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 
RWY 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 29'. Tree. 
RWY 31: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 2300-0200Z+-. 24 hr self serve fuel. SE 
end of rwy floods during heavy rains. Rwy 31 PAPI OTS indef. MIRL 
RWY 13-31 preset low ints, to incr ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 121.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

DAISETTA (H)VORTACW 115.9 DAS Chan 115 N30°11.38' 
W94°38.70' 051° 22.0 NM to fid. 76/5E. Unusable beyond 
35 NM below 1600'. 
HARDIN CO NDB (MHW) 524 HRD N30°20.18' W94°15.62' 
at fid. Unmonitored. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: For clearance delivery etc Houston apch 
ctl at 409-720-5136. 



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JOE VAUGHN SPRAYING (29F) IN UTC-6(-5DT) N34°23.75' W101°46.03' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

3500 S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: 3900X60 (DIRT) 

RWY 17: Road. RWY 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-0000Z+-, Sat-Sun irregulary. 5' fence 40' west of rwy centerline full 

length of rwy. Rwy 17 +30' pline 46' from theshold 77' right centerline. 25' buildings 53' right of centerline at 

Rwy 35 end. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 



LACKEY AVIATION 



(See WHARTON) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



TEXAS 291 

LACKLAND AFB KELLY FLD ANNEX (skf)(kskfj af(angafrc) 4 sw utc-6(-5dt) san antonio 

N29°23.05' W98°34.87' H-7B, L-19C 

691 B TPA— See Remarks AOE NOTAM FILE SJT Not insp. DIAP, AD 

HWY 15-33: H11550X300 (PEM) PCN 48 R/B/W/T HIRL 
RWY 15: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). RWY 33: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEMS 

RWY 15 BAK-14 BAK-12A(B) (1853') 

BAK-14 BAK-12A(B) (1705') HOOK MB60 (60' OVRN) -> RWY 33 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy 15-33 PAPI/ILS Runway Point of Intercept not coincidental. A-GEAR BAK-12A(B) cables 
raised by BAK-14 device on req to control twr. 

JASU (A/M32A-86D) FUEL J8 FLUID SP PRESAIR LHOX LOX LHNIT OIL 0-133-148-156; SOAP— Avbl 
Tue-Thu 2000-0600ZJ, Fri 1230-2230Zf. TRAN ALERT Opr Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z:j:; Sat-Sun 1400-0400Z*, 
clsd Federal holiday, other times 2 hr prior notice rqr etc Base OPS. 1 hr prior notice rqr for all acft servicing; etc 
Base OPS DSN 945-6802, C210-925-6802 or PTD to avoid delays. All acft— no acft repair capability avbl. 
Limited sve and inspection capability, refuel assistant only on commercial and large acft. Limited aerial port 
sve — human waste and trash removal, potable water and air stair support only. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Thu 1300-0830Zt, Fri-Sun 1300-0 50 OZ:t. CLOSED Federal holidays. See FLIP AP/1 
Supplementary Arpt Remarks. RSTD Quiet hrs 0500-1200ZJ: daily departure and full-stop Idg only. Tran acft 
expect 1 apch, home station acft have priority. Expect 1 apch to full stop Idg only Fri 1455-1545ZJ: during Basic 
Military Training graduation. Acft over 110' wingspan prohibited from taxiing on Twy B or Twy F when acft are 
parked in arm/dearm pads. Acft with wingspan larger than 93' not authorized in Arm/DeArm Pads. Acft 
prohibited in south arm/dearm pad when visibility less than 2 miles and ceiling less than 800'. PPR (48 hr prior 
notice for acft rqr Customs/Agriculture sve) etc Base OPS DSN 945-6802, C210-925-6802. Civilian ops 
managed by Port San Antonio 0700-2300Z^:. User fee. Flight plan required for all civilian flights operating 
into/out of Kelly Field Annex. File Port Authority San Antonio in remarks section of flight plan. Only acft 12,500 
lbs or more due to high density/velocity military traffic. Ask for military and civilian NOTAMS. Civilian ramp 
located northeast of rwy. Atlantic Aviation GA ramp access via Twy Al (See military remarks for additional 
information). For general aviation etc FBO 210-921-6100 for sve, JP-8, ARINC 129.725 call 1 hr prior to 
departure on weekends. Cargo parking etc port ops 210-362-7838 or 210-362-7848. CAUTION Probability of 
hydroplaning at all speeds entire rwy. TFC PAT TPA— Rectangular 1700(1009) for Igt acft, 2200(1509) for 
conventional, 2700(2009) for jet fighters. Overhead 2700(2009). Air Education and Training Command acft 
expect reduced runway separation day. VFR — 3000' between similar acft, 6000' between dissimilar acft. 
Variations exist for different type opr. Transient fighter acft must notify twr on initial etc if reduced separation is 
not desired. NS ABTMT Expect to execute clsd tfc no later than dep end rwy. Extended pattern not authorized 
unless directed. Expect VFR tfc pattern to the W when tfc is Igt. Acft arriving between 0500-1200Z^ expect full 
stop Idg. No after burner tkf during these times without prior coordination and approval. CSTMS/AG/IMG CSTMS, 
plant quarantine and IMG avbl, etc Base OPS by phone patch or PTD radio 2 hr before arrival. All personnel, 
excluding active US mil, must clear IMG inbound. MISC Acft with Code 6 and abv etc Base OPS phone patch/PTD 
with block time at least 1 hr before Idg. Lackland Comd Post (37 TRW), DSN 473-4225, C210-671-4225. User 
fee. Cargo parking etc PORT OPS C210-362-7838/7848. Official point of obsn does not allow a clear 
unobstructed view of rwy. WX technician view from N to SE is partially obstructed by trees, buildings, and 
hangars. Technician relies on cooperative WX Watch with twr. High ints security Igts hinder ability to determine 
sky conditiion at night. AFRC PPR for use of AFRC ramp, DSN 945-4330, C210-925-4330. ANG Opr Tue-Sat 
1345-2230Zt- PPR for use of ANG ramp, DSN 945-5934, C210-925-5934. 

COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 120.45 273.5 (1300-0500Z^:) PTD 130.65 372.2 
® SAN ANTONIO APP CON 118.05 125.1 127.1 289.2 307.0 353.5 

KELLY TOWER 124.3 322.35 GND CON 121.8 289.4 
® SAN ANTONIO DEP CON 125.7 290.225 

AFRC COMD POST 143.8 252.1 (433 AW. Not for transient acft use.) PMSV METRO 239.8 (Full sve Mon-Fri during 
afld hr, limited sve othertimes. Weekend WX opr may vary with local flying schedule WX DSN 945-5709. Afld 
WX is monitored by AN/FMQ-19 ASOS. ASOS obsn avbl at DSN 945-0935, C210-925-0935. Remote briefing 
sve avbl 26 OWS Barksdale AFB DSN 781-4775, C318-456-4775, Toll Free 1-866-223-9328. 
LACKLAND COMD POST (37 TRW) DSN 473-4225, C210-671-4225. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SKF. 

KELLY (L) TACAN Chan 57 KSY (112.0) N29°23.49' W98°34.86' at fid. 687/7E. Unmonitored when twr 

clsd. No NOTAM MP every fourth Wed 1100-1300Zt. 
ILS 110.1 l-SKF Rwy 15. Class IE. No NOTAM MP Tue 1100-1300Z:j:. 
ILS 110.7 l-OSQ Rwy 33. Class IT. No NOTAM MP Tue 1100-1300Z^:. 



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292 



TEXAS 



LAGO VISTA TX-RUSTY ALLEN <ryw) 2 ne utc-6(-5dt) 

1231 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 

RWY 15-33: H3S08X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.6% up NW 

RWV 15: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 55'. Trees. 

RWY 33: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 30'. P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dusk-0600Z4:. Deer (seasonal) on and 

invof rwys and twys. PAPI Rwy 15 and Rwy 33 ops continuously. 

MIRL Rwy 15-33 preset low ints, to incr ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.375 (512) 267-1365 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 Unicom not monitored. 
® AUSTIN APP/DEP CON 119.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

CENTEX (H)VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' 
W97°31.79' 282° 23.9 NM to fid. 593/6E. 



N30°29.92' W97°58.17 




LA GRANGE 

FAYETTE RGNL AIR CENTER (3T5) 2w utc-6(-5dt) 

324 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE 3T5 
RWY 16-34: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.3% up SE 

RWY IB: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 

RWY 34: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-2300Zt-. For arpt attendant after 

hrs call 979-966-9139. Fuel avbl 24 hrs with credit card. MIRL 

Rwy 16-34 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 

NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 124.175 (979) 242-5777. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.15 

BCO 121.725 (HOUSTON CENTER and FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

INDUSTRY (L)VORTACW 110.2 IDU Chan 39 N29°57.36' 
W96°33.73' 254° 20.4 NM to fid. 419/8E. 



N29°54.48' W96°57.00' 




DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
COPTER 



LAKE DALLAS 

LAKEVIEW (30F) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°07.92' W97°00.85' 
535 S4 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 18L-36R: H2815X30 (ASPH) S-4 

RWY 18L: Trees. RWY 36R: Pole. 

RWY 18R-3BL: 2600X75 (TURF) 

RWY 18R: Trees. 

RWY36L: Poles. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED to transient students. 150' AGL unlighted cranes 1000' NNW of arpt 

Birds on and invof arpt. No touch and go landing permitted. Rwy 18L-36R numerous pavement failures with 

loose aggregate. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



LAKEVIEW 



(See LAKE DALLAS) 



LAKEWAY AIRPARK (seeAusTiN) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



TEXAS 



293 



LAMESA MUNI (2F5) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°45.38' W101°55.21' 
2999 B S6 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 16-34: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 
RWV 16: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Road. 
RWV 34: PAPI(P2L)— 3.0° TCH 31'. 
RWV 07-25: H4000X50 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWV 25: Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-OOOOZt. Svcs on call after 
hrs and Sun, call 806-759-9696. PAPI Rwy 16 and Rwy 34 OTS 
indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 07-25— CTAF. MIRL Rwy 16-34 ops 
dusk-0530Z:t-, after 0530Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BPG. 

BIG SPRING (L)VORTACW 114.3 BGS Chan 90 N32°23.14' 

W101-29.02' 304° 31.4 NM to fid. 2670/11E. 
NDB (MHW) 338 LSA N32°45.51' W101°54.97' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE FTW. 



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RCO 122.55 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 



NOTAM FILE SJT. 



SAN ANTONIO 
H-6H, L-19C 



LAMPASAS (LZZ) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N31°06.37' W98°11.75' SAN ANTONIO 

1215 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT L-19C 

RWV 16-34: H4200X75 (ASPH) S-12. 5 MIRL 1.4% up NW IAP 

RWV 16: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Trees. RWY 34: PVASI (PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. For attendant after hours call 512-556-6640. Deer on and in vicinity of 

arpt at night. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 16-34 and PVASI Rwy 16 and Rwy 34— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.075 (512) 556-6392. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RCO 122.55 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® ERAV APP/DEP CON 120.075 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

GOOCH SPRINGS (H)VORTACW 112.5 AGJ Chan 72 N31°11.13' W98°08.51' 205° 5.5 NM to fid. 
1290/8E. 



LANCASTER (LNC) 2S UTC-6(-5DT) N32°34.75' W96°43.14' 
501 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LNC 
RWV 13-31: H5000X100(ASPH) S-20, D-40 MIRL 0.4% up NW 

RWV 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 25'. Pole. RWV 31: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.50°. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Z:t. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.975 (972) 227-0471 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 125.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

COWBOY (H) VORW/DME 116.2 CVE Chan 109 N32°53.42' 

W96°54.24' 147° 20.9 NM to fid. 450/6E. 
NDB (MHW) 239 LNC N32°34.66' W96°43.30' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE LNC. 



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SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



294 



TEXAS 



LANE FLD (see Sanger) 



LA PORTE MUNI (T41) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N29°40.16' W95°03.85 
25 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 12-30 H4165X75 (ASPH) S-23 MIRL 

RWY 12: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 402'. Trees. 

RWY 30: Thld dsplcd 405'. Fence. 
RWY 05-23: H2998X75 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 

RWY 05: P line. RWY 23: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. PAEW adjacent all rwys and 

twys. Twy B clsd indef. Twy A Igts OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 05-23 and 

Rwy 12-30 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 134.45 CLNC DEL 125.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HOU. 

HOBBY (H)V0RW/DME 117.1 HUB Chan 118 N29°39.34' 
W95-16.60' 081° 11.1 NM to fid. 82/5E. 

SANJAC NBB (MHW) 347 JPA N29°40.11' W95°04.19' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE CXO. 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

19E.21A, GOMW 

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SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



TEXAS 



295 



N27°32.63' W99°27.69' 

AOE Class I, ARFF Index B 



LAREDO INTL (lrdj 3 ne utc-6(-5dt) 

508 B S7 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2, 

NOTAM FILE LRD 
RWV 17L-35R: H8236X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-90, D-190, ST-175, 

DT-360 HIRL 

RWV 17L: PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. 

RWV 35R: Rgttfc. 0.4% up. 
RWV 17R-35L: H7711X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-70, D-110, ST-140, 

DT-190 HIRL 0.3% up N 

RWV 17R: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. 

RWV 35L: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 63'. Thld dsplcd 120 
RWV 14-32: H5928X150 (CONC) S-50, D-60, DT-125 

0.6% up NW 

RWV 14: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 

RWV 32: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Road. Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 14: T0RA-5928 T0DA-5928 

RWV 17L: T0RA-8236 T0DA-8236 
TODA-7830 
TODA-5928 
TODA-7830 
TODA-8236 



. Rgt tfc. 
MIRL 



RWV 17R: 
RWV 32: 
RWV 35L: 
RWV 35R: 



ASDA-5928 
ASDA-8236 
ASDA-7830 
ASDA-5928 
ASDA-7830 
ASDA-8236 



LDA-5928 
LDA-8236 
LDA-7830 
LDA-5928 
LDA-7830 
LDA-8236 




T0RA-7830 
TORA-5928 
T0RA-7830 
T0RA-8236 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEMS 

RWV 17R: EMAS 363' X 170'. OTS Indef. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. 5' line of sight not available between ends of Rwy 14-32. Rwy 14-32 
restricted to acft less than 60,000 pounds DTW. Rwy 17R-35L GRVD center 75' only. First 1,900' of Rwy 17R 
excellent, center 75' of remaining good. Twy C clsd between Rwy 17L-35R and Rwy 14-32 indef. When twr clsd 
ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 17R-120.1, MIRL Rwy 14-32 and HIRL Rwy 17R-35L and Rwy 17L-35R preset medium 
intensity. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs 
Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (956) 712-8640. HIWAS 117.4 LRD. LAWRS. SAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.1 UNICOM 122.95 ATIS 125.775 

RCO 122.3 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
t> HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.8 

TOWER 120.1 (Mon-Fri 1200-0600Z:t, Sat 1300-0200Z:t, Sun 1400-0200Z:t) GND CON 121.8 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1200-0600Z:t, Sat 1300-0200Z:t, Sun 1400-0200ZT- other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LRD. 

(H)VORTACW 117.4 LRD Chan 121 N27°28.72' W99°25.06' 320° 4.5 NM fid. 580/9E. HIWAS. 
PEKKS NDD (LOM)405 LR N27°38.54' W99°27.49' 174° 5.9 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 111.9 l-LRD Chan 56 Rwy 17R. LOM PEKKS NDB. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. LOC BC 
unusable byd 20° left of course and 25° right of course. DME unusable byd 20° left of LOC BC. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Emerg frequency 121.5 not avbl at twr. 



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296 TEXAS 

LAUGHLINAFB (DLFKKDLF) AF 5E UTC-6(-5DT) N29"21.57' W100" 46.68' SAN ANTONIO 

1082 B NOTAM FILE DLF Not insp. H-7B, L-19B 

RWY 13C-31C: H8857X150 (PEM) PCN 45 R/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWV 13C: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. RWY 310: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. 

RWY 13L-31R: H8311X150 (PEM) PCN 44 R/B/W/T HIRL 

RWY 13L: PAPI(P4L). RWY 31R: PAPI(P4L). 

RWY 13R-31L: H6574X150 (ASPH) PCN 63 F/A/W/T MIRL 

RWY3U:Thld dsplcd 328'. 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEMS 

RWY 130 t- BAK-15 CHAG (146' OVRN) BAK-15 CHAG (154' OVRN) -^ RWY 310 

RWY 13L ^- BAK-15 CHAG (115' OVRN) BAK-15 CHAG (159' OVRN) -^ RWY 31R 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy 13C-31C PAPI opr during opr hr, Glide Slope 3.0°. Rwy 13C-31C PAPI/ILS Runway Point of 
Intercepts not coincidental. A-GEAR BAK-15 on dep end Rwy 13C-31C and Rwy 13L-31R. Opposite end apch 
over raised barrier is prohibited. JASU 1(MD-3M) 1(MA-1A) 1(MC-1A) l(MC-ll) l(A/M32A-86) 
FUELJ8 FLUID SP PRESAIR LHOX LOX OIL 0-148 SOAP 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr weekdays 1300-0100Z4:, Sun 2000-2300Z:t, Sat and holidays clsd to all acft except 
emergencies. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. No Runway Condition Reading, no Runway Surface 
Covering avbl when twr clsd. RSTD Rwy 13R-31L for local use only. T-l and smaller acft only on Twys B, C, D, E 
and H. Rwy 31L thld dsplcd 328'; do not land prior to rwy thld , dsplcd thld may be used for tkf on Rwy 31L and 
Idg rollout on Rwy 13R-do not use opposite end dsplcd thld for tkf computations or tkf roll. Overhead apch not 
authorized for transient acft during student training opr. Expect radar vectors for ILS, LOC or straight-in apch 
and full stop Idg during student training. PPR, etc Base OPS DSN 732-5308, C830-298-5308. All acft with 
wingspan larger than C130 restricted. CAUTION Two sunshade structures in parking apron and 27 security light 
poles along edge of park apron have no lights. No obst lighting on 25' high utility poles (7) located 1900' south 
and 2400' prior to Rwy 31L. All dep acft cross 2 DME at or bio 3000' to ensure separation from civilian corridor. 
Runway Supervisor Units located 230' west of Rwy 13C abeam the 7000' remaining marker; 236' west of Rwy 
31C abeam the 7000' remaining marker and 221' east of Rwy 31R abeam 5500' remaining marker. Twy J VFR 
daytime only, no edge Igts installed. Lgtd wind cone 249' west of Rwy 13C centerline, south of Twy A. Lgtd wind 
cone 211' west of Rwy 13C centerline, north of Twy E. TFC PAT Once established on final apch, transient acft will 
remain aligned with Rwy 13C-31C to avoid T-6 tfc Idg Rwy 13R-31L at 2100' and T-38 tfc Idg Rwy 13L-31R at 
2600'. NS ABTMT AETC quiet hr policy in effect daily 0400-1200Z:t, no tkf, low apch or touch and go Idg. MISC All 
acft dep VFR shall etc CLNC DEL 335.8 for Class C Airspace climb out instructions prior to taxi. Acft opr within 
the Runway Supervisory Unit practice area are not Class C participants. Runway Supervisory Unit practice area 
defined in AP/1. First 300' Rwy 13C-31C is grooved concrete, middle 8257' is grooved asph. First 1000' Rwy 
13L-31R grooved concrete, middle 6311' grooved asphalt. 
COMMUNICATIONS: SFA (Tfc permitting.) ATIS 114.4 269.9 (Mon-Fri 1300-OlOOZt, Sun 2000-2300Z4: except 
holidays) PTD 372.2 
® DEL RIO APP CON 119.6 259.1 (Mon-Fri 1300-OlOOZt., clsd Sat, Sun 2000-2300ZT- except holidays), other times 

etc 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP CON 125.75 346.4 

TOWER 125.2 307.325 114. 4T (Mon-Fri 1300-OlOOZt., Sun 2000-2300Z4: except holidays) 
OND CON 275.8 CLNC DEL 120.5 335.8 
® DEL RIO DEP CON 119.6 296.7 (Mon-Fri 1300-OlOOZt, clsd Sat, Sun 2000-2300Z:t except holidays), other times 

etc 
® HOUSTON CENTER DEP CON 125.75 346.4 

PMSV METRO 354.6 (Full sve during afld opr hr, extension as rqr. Remote briefing sve from 26 OWS, Barksdale 
AFB, LA DSN 781-4775, C318-456-4775.) Afld wx monitored by AN/FMQ-19 and augmented by observer as 
req. Backup wx obsn view ltd, rstd from 120°-320° by flightline facilities. Ctc AN/FMQ-19 DSN: 732-8255. 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C Mon-Fri 1300-OlOOZt., Sun 2000-2300Zt, except holidays ctc APP CON other times CLASS G, 

CLASS E 700 AGL and abv. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DRT. 

(H)VORTACW 114.4 DLF Chan 91 N29°21.65' W100°46.30' at fid. 1071/7E. Unmonitored when APP 
CON clsd. No NOTAM MP Tue-Thu 0800-1200ZT-. 
VORTAC unusable: 

101-148° byd 35 NM bio 3,000' 262°-286° byd 10 NM 

148°-158° byd 23 NM bio 4,000' 286°-303° byd 20 NM 

158°-198° byd 13 NM bio 4,000' 303°-071° byd 35 NM bio 3,500' 

198°-262° byd 6 NM 
ILS 110.3 l-DLF Rwy 13C. Unavbl when APP CON clsd. No NOTAM MP Mon-Fri 0800-1200Z:t. 
ILS 108.9 l-ILH Rwy31C. Unmonitored when APP CON clsd. No NOTAM MP Tue-Thu 1000-1200ZT-. 



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297 



(T95) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N29°29.30' W95°06.45' 



HOUSTON 
COPTER 



LEAGUE CITY 

BAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY HELIPORT 

26 NOTAM FILE CXO 

HELIPAD HI: H90X90 (CONC) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Helipad HI perimeter Igts. Helipad HI 15' road 100' north, 110' p-line 

540' north, 180' twr 720' northeast, 25' building with 10' wind sock 155' southeast, +15' road 65' southeast 

25 r tree 128' southeast, +15' road 171' northwest. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



LEAKEY 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19B 



REAL CO (49R) IN UTC-6(-5DT) N29°44.73' W99°45.65' 
1640 NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 15-33: H3975X50 (ASPH) S-ll LIRL (NSTD) 

RWV 15: Thld dsplcd 240'. Trees. RWY 33: Thld dsplcd 270'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Ultralight activity adjacent to rwy. Do not use turf taxiway from apron to end of Rwy 

33. Rwy 15-33 NSTD LIRL due to color. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ERV. 

CENTER POINT (H)VORTAC 117.5 CSI Chan 122 N29°55.34' W99°12.87' 242° 30.4 NM to fid. 2080/8E. 



LEANDER 



KITTIE HILL (77T) 3E UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 36.13' W97°49.13' SAN ANTONIO 

1020 S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 07-25: 3450X55 (TURF) 

RWV 07: Tree. RWY 25: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 12-30: 2620X55 (TURF) 

RWV 12: Trees. RWV 30: Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 17-35: 2350X60 (TURF) 

RWV 17: Trees. RWV 35: Fence. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat dalgt. Call for fuel availability 512-259-0350. Heavy equipment occasionally 

on rwy. Construction east side of arpt. 25' P-line 200' from end Rwy 25. Rwy 07-25, Rwy 12-30 and Rwy 17-35 

15' tall rwy numbers over grown with grass. For repairs call 512-259-9146. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



LEONA N31°07.44' W95°58.08' NOTAM FILE CXO. 

(L)VORTACW 110.8 LOA Chan 45 168° 12.7 NM to Madisonville Muni. 350/8E. 



HOUSTON 
H— 61, L-19D, 21A 



LEROI N31M4.45' W97°04.68' NOTAM FILE FTW. 
NDB (LOM) 378 CN 171° 6.2 NM to Tstc-Waco. 



LEVELLAND MUNI ( lln) 2 s 

3514 B S4 FUEL 100LL 
RWV 17-35: H6110X75 (ASPH) 

RWV 17: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47 



UTC-6(-5DT) N33°33.15' W102°22.35 
JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
S-30 MIRL 
Tree. 



ALBUQUERQUE 

H-6G, L-6H 

IAP 



RWV 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 08-2B: H2072X55 (ASPH) 

RWV 08: Road. Rgt tfc. RWY 2B: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended SR-SS. For fuel after hrs call 

806-894-7328. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
J3) LUBBOCK APP/DEP CON 119.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBB. 

LUBBOCK (L)VORTACW 109.2 LBB Chan 29 N33°42.30' 

W101°54.84' 237° 24.7 NM to fid. 3310/11E. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 266 LLN N33°33.34' W102°22.51' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE FTW. 



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LIBERTY MUNI (T78) 6 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 04.67' W94°41.91 
70 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 16-34: H3801X75 (ASPH) S-10 MIRL 

RWY 16: PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWY 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended on call. For arpt attendant call 

409-336-7441. 24 hr self-svc fuel. Twy Igts OTS indef. ACTIVATE 
MIRL Rwy 16-34— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 119.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

DAISETTA (H)VORTACW 116.9 DAS Chan 116 N30°11.38' 
W94°38.70' 198° 7.3 NM tofld. 76/5E. 



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FREEDOM FLD (7T0) 3 S UTC-6(-5DT) N33°35.61' W97°13.16' 
885 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: 2400X60 (TURF) 

RWY 17: Road. Rgttfc. RWY 35: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



LITTLE C RANCH HELIPORT (see hico) 



UTC-6(-5DT) N33°55.44' W102°23.20' 
NOTAM FILE FTW 
S-12 MIRL 



0.4% up NW 



LITTLEFIELD MUNI ( liu> 3w 

3616 B S2 FUEL 100LL 
RWY 01-19: H4021X60 (ASPH) 

RWY 01: Tree. 
RWY 13-31: H2513X40 (ASPH) S-5 
RWY 13: Road. RWY 31: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300ZT-. For fuel after hrs call 
806-777-5030, 806-778-1418/8848 or 806-241-0761. Glide 
operations sunrise to sunset weekends. Hangers obstruct 
transitional surface Rwy 13-31. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8. 
® LUB60CK APP/DEP CON 119.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBB. 

LUBBOCK (L)VORTACW 109.2 LBB Chan 29 N33°42.30' 

W101°54.84' 288° 27.0 NM to fid. 3310/11E. HIWAS. 
NDB(MHW)212 LIU N33°55.15' W102°23.20' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE FTW. Unusable 120°-150° beyond 10 NM below 
6000'. Unmonitored. 



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299 



LIVINGSTON MUNI (00R) 5 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 41.15' W95°01.08' HOUSTON 

151 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO L-19E, 21A 

RWV 12-30: H3700X60 (ASPH) S-ll MIRL IAP 

RWY12:Tree. RWV 30: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Zt, Sat-Sun 1800-2300Z:t. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.17 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LFK. 

LUFKIN (H)VORTACW 112.1 LFK Chan 58 N31°09.74' W94°43.02' 204° 32.5 NM to fid. 200/5E. 
HIWAS. 



LLANO N30°47.78' W98°47.24' NOTAM FILE AQO. 

(L)VORTACW 108.2 LLO Chan 19 089° 6.5 NM to Llano Muni. 1200/8E. HIWAS. 



SAN ANTONIO 
H-7B, 6G, L-19C 



LLANO MUNI (AQO) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°47.07' W98°39.62 
1102 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AQO 
RWV 17-35: H4202X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. Trees. 
RWV 13-31: 3240X150 (TURF) 0.6% up NW 

RWV 31: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Tue-Thu 1400-2300Z:t, Fri-Mon 

1400-0000Z:t. Deer on and invof arpt. Self-service fuel avbl 24 

firs with credit card. Rwy 13-31 thlds marked with yellow tires. 

MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.425 (325) 247-2189. HIWAS 

108.2 LLO. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.35 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AQO. 

(L)VORTACW 108.2 LLO Chan 19 N30°47.78' W98°47.24' 
088° 6.6 NM to fid. 1200/8E. HIWAS. 




LOCKHART MUNI (50R) 2 S UTC-6(-5DT) N29°51.02' W97°40.35 
532 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 18-3B: H4001X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 
RWV 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 24'. 
RWV 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dawn-dusk. Parallel twy has green 

centerline reflectors. MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset low ints, to increase 
ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® AUSTIN APP/DEP CON 127.225 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AUS. 

CENTEX (H)VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' 
W97°31.79' 187° 32.5 NM to fid. 593/6E. 




LONE STAR EXECUTIVE (see Houston) 



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300 



TEXAS 



LONGVIEW 

EAST TEXAS RGNL 

365 B S4 

RWY 13-31: H10000X150 (ASPH-GRVD; 
RWY 13: MALSR. Thld dsplcd 800'. 
RWY 31: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52' 
RWY 18-36: H6109X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 
DT-280 MIRL 

RWY 18: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53' 
RWY 36: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. Tree. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDIN6 HOLD SHORT POINT 

RWY 31 18-36 

RWY 36 13-31 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



(GGG) 8 S UTC-6(-5DT) N32°23.04' W94°42.69' 
FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,4 Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE GGG 
S-95, D-155, ST-175, DT-288 HIRL 



S-95, D-155, ST-175, 



. Tree. 



DIST AVDL 
8100 

4150 




RWY 13: TORA-10000 TODA-10000 ASDA-10000 LDA-9200 

RWY 18: TORA-6109 T0DA-6109 ASDA-6109 LDA-6109 

RWY 31: TORA-10000 TODA-10000 ASDA-9200 LDA-9200 

RWY 36: TORA-6109 T0DA-6109 ASDA-6109 LDA-6109 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0300Z1;. For fuel after hrs call 

903-643-8748. PPR for unscheduled air carrier ops with over 30 

passenger seats. ARFF not avbl 0400-1200Z:L\ Twy H clsd indef. 

Twy K clsd indef. When twr clsd ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 13— CTAF. 

MIRL Rwy 18-36 not avbl when twr clsd. VASI Rwy 18, 36 and 31 

opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (903) 643-7028. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.2 ATIS 119.65 UNICOM 122.95 

6RE66 RCO 122.2 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® L0N6VIEW APP/DEP CON 128.75 124.675 (West at or bio 5000') 118.25 (East at or bio 4000') 133.1 
4500') 118.25 (1200-0400Z:t) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.1 (0400-1200Z:t) 

EASTEX TOWER 119.2 (1200-0400Z:t) 6ND CON 121.6 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0400Z1; other times CLASS G. 

TRSA etc APP CON within 30 NM. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GGG. 

GRE6G CO (L)VORTACW 112.3 GGG Chan 70 N32°25.07' W94°45.19' 127° 2.9 NM to fid. 
DME portion unusable 165°-235° beyond 25 NM below 2700', 235'-280' beyond 25 NM below 

VEELS NDB (LOM) 410 GG N32°27.34' W94°47.86' 128° 6.1 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.5 l-GGG Rwy 13. Class IA. LOM VEELS NDB. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 



(At or abv 



320/7E. 
2300'. 



LOUISE 



FLYING V RANCH (T26) 1 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N29°06.50' W96°23.93' 
60 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 14-32: 2990X80 (TURF) 

RWY 14: Tree. RWY 32: Tree. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 14 creek/ravine 10-15' drop-off at thld E side of centerline. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



LUBBI N33°39.76' W101°43.39' NOTAM FILE LBB. 

NDB (LOM) 272 LD 262° 5.0 NM to Lubbock Preston Smith Intl. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



TEXAS 



301 



LUBBOCK 



UTC-6(-5DT) N33°39.82' W101°49.37' 
0X1,2,3,4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index C 



S-100, D-170, 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
H-6G, L-6H 

IAP, AD 




LUBBOCK PRESTON SMITH INTL ilbb, 

3282 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, Al 

NOTAM FILE LBB 
RWV 17R-35L H11500X150 (CONC-GRVD) 

ST-175, DT-350 HIRL 

RWV 17R: MALSR. Rgt tfc. 0.4% down. 

RWV 35L: ODALS. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. 0.4% up. 
RWV 08-26: H8001X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-170, ST-175, 

DT-350 HIRL 

RWV 08: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 200'. Rgt 

tfc. 

RWV 26: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RWV 17L-35R: H2891X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWV 35R: Road. Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 08: TORA-8001 T0DA-8001 ASDA-8001 LDA-7801 

RWV 17L: T0RA-2891 TODA-2891 ASDA-2891 LDA-2891 

RWV 17R: TORA-11500 TODA-11500 ASDA-11500 LDA-11500 

RWV 26: TORA-8001 TODA-8001 ASDA-8001 LDA-8001 

RWV 35L: TORA-11500 TODA-11500 ASDA-11500 LDA-11500 

RWV 35R: TORA-2891 TODA-2891 ASDA-2891 LDA-2891 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Numerous birds on and invof 

arpt. PAEW adjacent Rwy 08-26 and Rwy 17R-35L. Passenger terminal ramp access restricted to air carriers 

and others with prior permission call 806-775-2044. Rwy 17L-35R restricted to general aviation acft 12,500 

lbs or less. Rwy 17L-35R, Twy A, Twy B, Twy D, Twy E and Twy G not avbl for air carrier acft with over 9 

passenger seats. Twy A, Twy B, Twy D, Twy E and Twy G restricted to acft weighing less than 50,000 lbs. East 

ramp delineated taxilane and apron area rstd to 120,000 lbs dual tandem acft, 89,000 lbs dual single wheel 

acft and 60,000 lbs and single wheel acft. All other east ramp pavements rstd to acft less than 12,500 lbs 

single wheel acft. Rwy 26 runway visual range touchdown avbl. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (806) 747-7217. HIWAS 109.2 LBB. WSP. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 125.3 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.55 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® APP CON 119.9 (West of Rwy 17R/35L) 119.2 (East of Rwy 17R/35L) 

TOWER 120.5 6ND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 125.8 
® DEP CON 119.9 (West of Rwy 17R/35L) 119.2 (East of Rwy 17R/35L) 124.45 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBB. 

(L)VORTACW 109.2 LBB Chan 29 N33°42.30' W101°54.84' 107° 5.2 NM to fid. 3310/11E. HIWAS. 
VOR portion unusable 140°-190° byd 20 NM bio 5,100'. 

POLLO ND8 (LOM) 219 LB N33°44.26' W101°49.76' 167° 4.5 NM to fid. 

LUBBI NDB (LOM) 272 LD N33°39.76' W101°43.39' 262° 5.0 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 109.5 l-LBB Chan 32 Rwy 17R. Class IA. LOM POLLO NDB. 
LOC BC unusable byd 20° right of course. 

ILS 111.9 l-LDT Rwy 26. Class IE. LOM LUBBI NDB. 

ASR 



5 S UTC-6(-5DT) N33°29.14' W101°48.76' 
TPA— 4200(1000) NOTAM FILE FTW 
LIRL 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-6H 



TOWN AND COUNTRY AIRPARK ( fs2) 

3200 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 17-35: H3500X70 (ASPH) S-13 
RWV 07-25: 1500X110 (TURF) 

RWV 07: P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Zt. Fuel avbl 24 hrs with major credit card. Rwy 17 road located at thld. 

Farm equipment ops AER 17, Rwy 25 and Rwy 35. LIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to incr ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAFAINICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBB. 

LUBBOCK (L)VORTACW 109.2 LBB Chan 29 N33°42.30' W101°54.84' 148° 14.1 NM to fid. 3310/11E. 
HIWAS. 



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TEXAS 



LUFKIN 



N31°14.04' W94°45.00 
NOTAM FILE LFK 
MIRL 



0.4% up NW 



ANGELINA CO <lfk) 7 sw utc-6(-sdt) 

296 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X1 
RWY 07-25: H5398X100 (ASPH) S-60, D-90 

RWY 07: MALSR. 

RWY 25: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
RWY 15-33: H4309X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 15: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 48'. Tree. 

RWY 33: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Thld dsplcd 105'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended daylight hours. Svc fee charged forfuel 

after OlOOZzt. MIRL Rwy 07-25 and Rwy 15-33 preset medium 

ints to incr ints. ACTIVATE CTAF. ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 07— CTAF. 

PAPI Rwy 25, VASI Rwy 15 and Rwy 33 opr continuously. NOTE: 

See Special Notice-Houston ARTCC 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 120.625 LFK (936) 637-9420. HIWAS 

112.1 LFK. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

LUFKIN RCO 122.2 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.17 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LFK. 

LUFKIN (H)VORTACW 112.1 LFK Chan 58 N31°09.74' 
W94-43.02' 333° 4.6 NM to fid. 200/5E. HIWAS. 

FLUFY NDD (LOM) 350 LF N31°13.13' W94°49.51' 071° 4.0 
NM to fid. Unmonitored. 

ILS 111.3 l-LFK Rwy 07. Class IB. LOM FLUFY NDB. ILS unmonitored 




LUFKIN N31°09.74' W94M3.02' NOTAM FILE LFK. 

(H)VORTACW 112.1 LFK Chan 58 333° 4.6 NM to Angelina Co. 200/5E. HIWAS. 

DME unusable 275°-260° byd 30 NM bio 2,500', 260°-275° byd 30 NM. 
RCO 122.2 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 



HOUSTON 
H-61, L-19E, 21A 



UTC-6(-5DT) N29°43.70' W97°39.57' 



LIRL (NSTD) 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C, 21A 



LULING 

THE CARTER MEM rrei) 3 n 

475 B NOTAM FILE SJT 

RWY 17-35: H2790X45 (ASPH) S-ll 

RWY 17: P-line. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17-35 NSTD LIRL. Lgts 95' outboard from rwy centerline. Rotating ben OTS 

indef. LIRL Rwy 17-35 OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AUS. 

CENTEX (H)VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' W97°31.79' 184° 39.5 NM to fid. 593/6E. 



MADISONVILLE MUNI (sirj 

287 B NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 18-36: H3202X50 (ASPH) 



3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°54.77' W95°57.12 



MIRL 0.8% up N 



S-4 

RWY 18: Tree. RWY 36: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt gate locked from 0400-1200Z1; 

call 936-348-2748. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
f) HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

LEONA (L)VORTACW 110.8 LOA Chan 45 N31°07.44' 
W95°58.08' 168° 12.7 NM to fid. 350/8E. 




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303 



MAJOR N33°09.38' W96°03.82' NOTAM FILE GVT. 
NDB (LOH) 201 GV 176° 5.3 NM to Majors. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 



MAJORS (See GREENVILLE) 



MANNING FLD (see jefferson) 



MANVEL 



UTC-6(-5DT) N29°28.80' W95°19.63' 



HOUSTON 
COPTER 



WOLFE AIR PARK (3T2) 2 ne 

55 S5 NOTAM FILE CXO 

RWV 02-20: 2910X80 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWV 02: Trees. RWV 20: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. Rwy 02-20 NSTD LIRL, 4 NSTD thld Igts denote rwy end during ngt ops. 

Lighting for Rwy 02 87' from actual thld and 120' from actual thld for Rwy 20. First 100' of Rwy 02-20 unusable 

at each end during wet wx. 4' fence crossing Rwy 02 thld. Ditch crossing Rwy 20 thld. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 

02-20-CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

MAPLES FLD (see canyon) 

MARFA MUNI (MRP) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N30°22.27' W104-01.06 
4849 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE MRF 
RWV 12-30: H6214X75 (ASPH) S-38 MIRL 

RWV 12: PVASI(PSIL). RWV 30: PVASI(PSIL). 

RWV 03-21: H5307X75 (ASPH) S-38 0.4% up NE 
RWV 08-26: 2825X60 (DIRT) 0.4% up E 

RWV 08: Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat dalgt hrs, Sun 1400-0000Z:t. 

Glider ops on and invof arpt. 104' AGL unlgtd water twr 1800' S of 

AER 30. Rwy 08-26 surface rough, not regularly maintained, high 

grass. MIRL Rwy 12-30 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE — CTAF. Ldg fee. Landing fee for acft with maximum 

gross weight of 40,000 lbs and over. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 134.025 (432) 729-3364. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122. 1R 115. 9T (ALBUQUERQUE RADIO) 

ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.875 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MRF. 

(DVOR/DME 115.9 MRF Chan 106 N30°17.90' 

W103-57.29' 312° 5.4 NM to fid. 4830/11E. HIWAS. 




MARIAN AIRPARK 



(See WELLINGTON) 



MARLIN (T15) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N31°20.44' W96°51.12' 
411 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H3021X50 (ASPH) S-4 LIRL (NSTD) 

RWV 17: Trees. RWV 35: Thld dsplcd 90'. Bldg. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17-35 NSTD LIRL, north 2900' 

lighted. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

WACO APP/DEP CON 135.2 (1200-0600Z:t) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.3 (0600-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ACT. 

WACO (H)VORTACW 115.3 ACT Chan 100 N31°39.74' 
W97°16.14' 123° 28.8 NM to fid. 510/9E. HIWAS. 



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MARSHALL 

HARRISON CO (ASL) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°31.23' W94°18.47' 
357 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 15-33: H5002X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.7% up NW 
RWY 15: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° Trees. 
RWY 33: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° Trees. 
RWY 01-19: H3299X60 (ASPH) S-20 

RWY 01: Trees. RWY 19: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Zt, Sun irregular. For 
emergency service after hours call 903-938-1394. Forarpt 
attendant on Sun call 903-938-1394. ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 15 and 
Rwy 33— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.675 (903) 938-2060. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® SHREVEPORT APP/DEP CON 119.9 (1200-0600Z:f.) 121.4 
(0600-1200Z4:) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GGG. 

BREEG CO (L)VORTACW 112.3 GGG Chan 70 N32°25.07' 
W94°45.19' 068° 23.4 NM to fid. 320/7E. 



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1502 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 17-35: H3716X50 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWY 17: Tree. RWY: 35: Tree. 

RWY 13-31: 3000X60 (TURF) 0.8% up NW 

RWY 13: Tree. RWY 31: Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For fuel call 915-347-5439/5252. For 
service call 915-347-5439. Rwy 13-31 thlds marked with orange 
markers. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.35 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AQO. 

LLANO (L)VORTACW 108.2 LLO Chan 19 N30°47.78' 
W98°47.24' 252° 20.9 NM to fid. 1200/8E. HIWAS. 




MATH IS FLD (see san angelo) 



MAVERICK N32°52.15' W97°02.43' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(H)VORW/DME 113.1 TTT Chan 78 358° 1.7 NM to Dallas/Fort Worth Intl. 540/6E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

COPTER 

H-6H, L-17C.A 



MAVERIC CO MEM INTL 



(See EAGLE PASS) 



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305 



BROWNSVILLE 

H-7B, L-20H 

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RWV13 


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RWV36 


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MC ALLEN MILLER INTL (MFE) 2S UTC-6(-5DT) N26°10.55' W98°14.32' 

107 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 AOE Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE MFE 
RWV 13-31: H7120X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-90, D-190, ST-175, DT-280 HIRL 

RWV 13: MALSR. Thld dsplcd 137'. Road. 

RWV 11: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 
RWY 18-36: H2638X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.3% up N 

RWV 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 35'. Pole. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

ASDA-7120 LDA-6983 
ASDA-2638 LDA-2638 
ASDA-7120 LDA-7120 
ASDA-2638 LDA-2638 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0400Z:t. For svcs after hrs call 

956-686-1774. Rwy 18-36 not avbl for air carrier ops. Jet or 

large propeller acft training prohibited (including practice apchs, 

touch and go landings and practice instrument apch procedures) 

due to noise abatement procedures effective 0500-1200ZJ:. Birds 

on and invof airport (seasonal). When dep arpt fly rwy heading 

until reaching 1000' AGL before making procedure turn. No 180° 

locked wheel turns on Rwy 13-31. For ARFF when twr clsd etc Mc 

Allen arpt ops 956-681-1500. PAPI Rwy 18 OTS indef. When twr 

clsd ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36, HIRL Rwy 13-31 and MALSR Rwy 

13 — CTAF. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs 

Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 128.5 (956) 664-8212. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.5 ATIS 128.5 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.2 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® VALLEV APP/DEP CON 121.0 

TOWER 118.5 (1200-0600ZJ:) GND CON 121.8 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1200-0600ZJ: other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MFE. 

(H)VORW/DME 117.2 MFE Chan 119 N26°10.43' W98°14.45' at fid. 100/9E. 

MISSI NDB (LOM) 388 MF N26°15.23' W98°18.62' 133° 6.1 NM to fid. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 

ILS/DME 111.7 l-MFE Chan 54 Rwy 13. LOM MISSI NDB. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. LOM 
unmonitored when twr clsd. DME also shared with Rwy 31. 

ILS/DME 111.7 l-LLM Chan 54 Rwy 31 DME also shared with Rwy 13. 




MC CAMEY 



UPTON CO (E48) 1SW UTC 
2433 B NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 06-24: 4450X140 (TURF) 

RWV 06: Brush. Rgttfc. 
RWV 10-28: H4100X75 (ASPH) 

RWV 10: Brush. Rgttfc. 
RWV 15-33: 3800X120 (TURF) 

RWV 15: P-line. Rgttfc. 



-6(-5DT) N31°07.51' W102°13.52' 



RWY 24: Road. 
S-30 LIRL 
RWY 28: Trees. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19A 



RWY 33: Brush. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED SS-SR. Rwy 06-24 CLOSED indef. Rwy 15-33 CLOSED indef. LIRL Rwy 

10-28 OTS indef. Rotating ben OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FST. 

FORT STOCKTON (H)VORTAC 116.9 FST Chan 116 N30°57.13' W102°58.54' 064° 40.0 NM to fid. 
2893/11E. HIWAS. 



MC GREGOR EXECUTIVE 



(See WACO) 



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TEXAS 



Mc KINNEY 

AERO COUNTRY (T31) 4W UTC-6(-5DT) N33°12.51' W96°44.52 

792 S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWY 17-35: 4305X40 (ASPH-TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 
RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 300'. Fence. 
RWY35:Thld dsplcd 245'. Hill. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. CAUTION— Rwy has steep 
downslope 50' East of centerline near Northend. No ngt Idgs after 
0400Z:t\ Arpt CLOSED to transient flight training. Fuel avbl for 
emergencies. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. Pilots are 
advised of non-aeronautical uses of hangar area with vehicle 
traffic in all areas. Rwy 17-35 south end asph 2950', north end 
turf 1355'. Rwy 17-35 restricted to acft less than 6500 lbs. No 
transient touch and go. Rwy 17-35 numbers only — 20' tall. Arpt 
Igts opr dusk-0400Z:t. Rwy 17-35 NSTD LIRL, edge Igts spacing 
300' apart. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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UTC-6(-5DT) N35-14.S2' W100°32.64' 
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DALLAS-FT WORTHTS 
L-15C 



MC LEAN/GRAY CO (2 E7> 3 e 

2835 B NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWY 17-35: H3225X50(ASPH) S-12.5 

RWY 17: Tree. RWY 35: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rotating ben OTS indef. Wildlife on and invof arpt. No line of sight between rwy ends. 

Rwy 17-35 transitional surface obstructed by 35' trees east and west of centerline. Rwy 17-35 NSTD fruit jar 

Igts on non-frangible metal conduit. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MLC. 

SAYRE (L)VORTAC 115.2 SYO Chan 99 N35°20.71' W99°38.12' 253° 45.0 NM to fid. 1990/10E. 

MEMPHIS MUNI (F21) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N34°44.38' W100-31.78' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

2102 B NOTAM FILE FTW L-17A 

RWY 17-35: H4670X75 (ASPH) S-10 MIRL 
RWY 35: Trees. 
RWY 08-26: 2750X70 (TURF) 

RWY 08: Road. RWY 26: P-line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 08-26 thlds marked with red and white metal markers. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CDS. 

CHILDRESS (L)VORTACW 117.6 CDS Chan 123 N34°22.14' W100°17.34' 322° 25.2 NM to fid. 
1920/10E. HIWAS. 



MENARD CO (T50) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 55.95' W99°48.55' 
1930 B NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 15-33: H4100X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL 

RWY 15: Thld dsplcd 480'. Brush. RWY 33: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Birds on and invof arpt, seasonal. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE JCT. 

JUNCTION (H)VORTACW 116.0 JCT Chan 107 N30°35.88' W99°49.05' 
HIWAS. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19B 



353° 20 NM to fid. 2280/8E. 



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307 



MESQUITE METRO (HQZ) 3E UTC-6(-5DT) N32 44.S2' W96°31.83' 
447 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1 NOTAM FILE HQZ 
RWV 17-35: H5999X100 (CONC) S-70, D-100, DT-100 MIRL 
RWV 17: LDIN. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Brush. 
RWV 35: LDIN. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0300Z:t. Self-serve fuel avbl 24 hrs 
with major credit card. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to 
increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 17— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.175 (972) 222-7631. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 125.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

COWBOY (H)VORW/DME 116.2 CVE Chan 109 N32°53.42' 

W96°54.24' 108° 20.8 NM to fid. 450/6E. 
NDB (MHW) 248 PQF N32°48.56' W96°31.75' 175° 3.7 NM 

to fid. NOTAM FILE HQZ. 
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MEXIA-LIMESTONE CO <lxy) 3 sw utc 

544 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 
RWV 18-3B: H5001X75 (ASPH) S-8 MIRL 

RWV 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Tree. 

RWV 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-OlOOZt-, Sat-Sun 

1500-2100ZJ;, exc holidays 1500-2100Zt-. For fuel at night call 

254-562-3174. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

WACO APP/DEP CON 135.2 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

GROESBECK (L) VORW/DME 108.8 GNL Chan 25 N31°34.89' 
W96°32.95' 021° 4 NM tofld. 512/5E. 

NDB (MHW) 329 LXY N31°38.38' W96°30.73' at fid. 
Unmonitored. 



HOUSTON 

H-6H, L-19D, A 

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MIAMI-ROBERTS CO (3E0) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N35°42.84' W100°36.19' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

2720 B NOTAM FILE FTW L-15C 

RWV 02-20: H4060X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL 

RWV 02: Tree. RWV 20: Thld dsplcd 390'. Fence. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 02-20— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BGD. 

BORGER (L)VORTACW 108.6 BGD Chan 23 N35°48.43' W101°22.93' 087° 38.5 NM to fid. 3130/11E. 



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MIDLAND 



MIDLAND AIRPARK (MOD) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N32°02.19' W102°06.06' ALBUQUERQUE 

2803 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al + 0X1,3 NOTAMFILEMDD H-6G, L-6H 

RWY 07-25: H5022X75 (ASPH-RFSC) S-18.5 MIRL 0.3% up W LAP 

RWY 07: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Pole. 

RWY 25: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47'. Pole. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 1B-34: H3977X75 (ASPH) S-18.5 MIRL 

RWY IB: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Road. RWY 34: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1200-0200Z:t, Sat-Sun 1300-0200Z:t. For fuel after hours call 432-685-7000 

during business firs to schedule appointment. Birds invof arpt (seasonal). Arpt CLOSED to acft over 25,000 lbs. 

Uneven pavement northeast 50' of north ramp. MIRL Rwy 07-25 and Rwy 16-34 preset low ints, to increase 

ints and ACTIVATE VASI Rwy 25, PAPI Rwy 07, Rwy 16 and Rwy 34— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.125 (432) 687-4605. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® MIDLAND APP/DEP CON 124.6 (1200-0600ZT.) CLNC DEL 121.8 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.1 (0600-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAF. 

(L)VORTACW 114.8 MAF Chan 95 N32°00.56' W102°11.42' 059° 4.8 NM to fid. 2860/11E. 



UTC-6(-5DT) N31°56.55' W102°12.12' 
LRA Class 



S-160, D-200, ST-175, 



MIDLAND INTL ( maf) b sw 

2871 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, Al, A1+, B 0X2 

NOTAM FILE MAF 
RWY 1BR-34L: H 9501X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 
DT-350, DDT-700 HIRL 
RWY 16R: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 
RWY 34L: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Pole. 
RWY 10-28: H8302X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-160, D-200, ST-175 
DT-350, DDT-700 HIRL 
RWY IB: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. 
RWY 28: MALS. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 692'. 
RWY 04-22: H4605X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-60 MIRL 

RWY 04: Pole. RWY 22: Road. 

RWY 16L-34R: H4339X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-60 MIRL 

RWY 1BL: Fence. RWY 34R: Road. 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY 04: TORA-4605 TODA-4605 
T0DA-8302 
TODA-4339 
T0DA-9501 
TODA-4605 
T0DA-8302 
TODA-9501 
TODA-4339 



RWY 10: TORA-8302 
RWY 16L: T0RA-4339 
RWY 16R: T0RA-9501 
RWY 22: TORA-4605 
RWY 28: TORA-8302 
RWY34L: TORA-9501 
RWY34R: T0RA-4339 



ASDA-4605 
ASDA-8302 
ASDA-4339 
ASDA-9501 
ASDA-4605 
ASDA-8302 
ASDA-9501 
ASDA-4339 




LDA-4605 
LDA-8302 
LDA-4339 
LDA-9501 
LDA-4605 
LDA-7610 
LDA-9501 
LDA-4339 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Bird activity on and invof arpt. Rwys 04-22 and 16L-34R clsd to acft over 
60,000 pounds. Rwy 10-28 E 692' CLOSED to acft over 60,000 lbs. Rwy 16R-34L 180° turn prohibited to acft 
60,000 pounds and above. Rwy 10-28 180° turn prohibited to acft 60,000 pounds or above. Taxiways B and F 
north Rwy 10-28 clsd to acft over 60,000 pounds. When twr closed HIRL Rwys 10-28 and 16R-34L preset on 
med ints, MIRL Rwys 04-22 and 16L-34R preset on med ints during expected IFR conditions only. When twr 
closed ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 10 and MALS Rwy 28— CTAF. For ARFF services between 0600-1200Z:t daily etc 
FSS at 800-992-7433. U.S. Customs user fee arpt. Ldg fee. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (432) 561-5935. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.7 ATIS 126.8 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.6 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
D APP/DEP CON 124.6 (316°-135°) 121.1 (136°-315°) (1200-0600Z:t) 
t) FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.1 (0600-1200Z:t) 

TOWER 118.7 (1200-0600Z:t) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 118.05 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve 1200-0600Z:t etc APP CON other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAF. 

(L)VORTACW 114.8 MAF Chan 95 N32°00.56' W102°11.42' 177° 4.0 NM to fid. 2860/11E. 

FARLY NDB (HW/LOM) 326 MA N31°59.28' W102°19.51' 104° 6.9 NM to fid. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 

ILS/DME 110.3 l-MAF Chan 40 Rwy 10. Class IE. LOM FARLY NDB. ILS/DME unmonitored when 

twr clsd. 
ASR (1200-0600ZT.) 



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SKYWEST INC (7T7) 9S UTC-6(-5DT) N31°51.51' W102°04.44' SAN ANTONIO 

2800 S4 FUEL 100LL, MOGAS NOTAM FILE SJT H-6G, L-6H 

RWV 16-34: H5000X42 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWV 16: Fence. RWV 34: Brush. 

RWV 06-24: 2800X45 (DIRT) 

RWV 06: Fence. RWV 24: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dawn-dusk. For fuel after hrs call 432-682-5705. Deer on and invof arpt. Rwy 16-34 

only reflectors mounted on rwy edge entire length with 4 clear Igts each end. Rwy 16 thld Igts 60' N of rwy end, 

Rwy 34 thld Igts 322' N of rwy end. NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAF. 

MIDLAND (L)VORTACW 114.8 MAF Chan 95 N32°00.56' W102°11.42' 136° 10.8 NM to fid. 2860/11E. 



MIDLOTHIAN/WAXAHACHIE 

MID-WAY RGNL (JWY) 5 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°27.37' W96°54.76 
713 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 NOTAM FILE JWY 
RWV 18-36: H4999X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.5% up N 

RWV 18: PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. P-line. 

RWV 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 25'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mar-Oct 1330-0130Z:t-, Nov-Feb 

1400-0000ZJ;. For fuel and services after hrs call 

469-693-9905, 214-762-8286 or 972-979-5723. Wild pigs on 

and invof rwy after dark. Banner towing ops on arpt. Glider ops on 

arpt. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.575 (972) 937-4747. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.975 

RGNL APP/DEP CON 125.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MAVERICK (H)VORW/DME 113.1 TTT Chan 78 N32°52.15' 
W97°02.43' 159° 25.6 NM to fid. 540/6E. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 

COPTER 

L-17C.A 

IAP 




MID VALLEY 



(See WESLACO) 



MID-WAY RGNL (See midlothian/waxahachie) 



MILLSAP N32°43.57' W97°59.85' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(H)VORTACW 117.7 MQP Chan 124 307° 4.6 NM to Mineral Wells. 900/9E. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
H-6H, L-17C.A 



MINEOLA-QUITMAN 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17D 

IAP 



WOOD CO (JDD) 5N UTC-6(-5DT) N32°44.53' W95°29.79 
434 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE JDD 
RWV 18-36: H4001X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.7% up S 

RWV 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Trees. RWV 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1500-1900Zi:. Self svc fuel avbl 24 hrs. MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset low ints dusk-dawn, to 

increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.9 (903) 768-3065. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® LONGVIEW APP/DEP CON 128.75 (1200-0400Z4:) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.85 (0400-1200ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

OUITMAN (L) VORW/DME 114.0 UIM Chan 87 N32°52.82' W95°22.01' 210° 10.6 NM to fid. 520/8E. 



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310 



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MINEOLAWISENER FLD (are) iw utc-6(- 5 dt 

429 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWY 17-35: H3203X40 (ASPH) S-10 LIRL 0.8% up N 
RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Bldg. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. Fuel avbl 24 hr 

self-service with major credit card. Rwys 17 and 35 thlds dsplcd 
140' night only. Rwy 17-35 only center 2945' lighted. Thld at 
both ends marked by single red light. Rwy 17-35 surface has 
some loose aggregate and several rough patches. Rotating ben 
OTS indef. Rwy 17-35 LIRL OTS indef. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 
17-35— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® LONGVIEW APP/DEP CON 128.75 (1200-0400Z:t) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.85 (0400-1200Z:t) 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

QUITMAN (DVORW/DME 114.0 UIM Chan 87 N32°52.82' 
W95°22.01' 203° 14.2 NM to fid. 520/8E. 



N32°40.60' W95°30.65' 



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MINERAL WELLS (MWL) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32 o 45.90' W98°03.61 
974 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 NOTAM FILE MWL 
RWY 13-31: H5995X100 (ASPH) S-50, D-145, ST-175 MIRL 0.9% up 

RWY 13: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 300'. Trees. 

RWY 31: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. Thld dsplcd 400'. Tree. 
RWY 17-35: H4188X100 (ASPH) S-50, D-145, ST-175 MIRL 

1.0% up S 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Thld dsplcd 286'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0400Z:t. For fuel after hrs call 

940-328-7770. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset low ints; to incr ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 135.075 (940) 325-2457. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 

RCO 122.2 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 

ECO 121.725 (FORT WORTH ARTCC and FLIGHT SERVICES). 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.0 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E sve continuous. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MILLSAP (H)VORTACW 117.7 MQP Chan 124 N32°43.57' 
W97°59.85' 307° 4.6 NM to fid. 900/9E. 

ILS/DME 109.55 l-VMH Chan 32(Y) Rwy 31. Class IE. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-EH, L-17C.A 

IAP 




MISSI N26°15.23' W98°18.62' NOTAM FILE MFE. 

NDB (LOM) 388 MF 133° 6.1 NM to McAllen Miller Intl. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 



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311 



MONAHANS 

ROYHURDMEM (E 0i) i sw 

2615 B S2 FUEL 100LL 
RWV 12-30: H4268X75 (ASPH) 



UTC-6(-5DT) N31°34.95' W102°54.54 
JET A NOTAM FILE SJT 
S-15 MIRL 
GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 



RWV 12: PAPI(P2L) 

RWV 30: Tree. 
RWV 01-19: H2922X75 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWV 01: P line. RWY 19: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-OOOOZ4:, Sun 

1900-OOOOZt. For fuel after hours call 432-940-9527. Wildlife 

and birds on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 01-19, 

Rwy 12-30 and PAPI Rwy 12— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122. 8 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE INK. 

WINK (H)VORTACW 112.1 INK Chan 58 N31°52.49' 
W103°14.63' 125° 24.5 NM to fid. 2860/11E. 




MONTGOMERY COUNTY N3o°2i.ii' W95°24.87' 

FSS (CXO) TF 1-800-WX-BRIEF. 

RCO 122.2 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 



HOUSTON 
L-19D 



MOORE CO (See DUMAS) 



MORTON 



COCHRAN CO (F85) 2E UTC-6{-5DT) N33°43.76' W102°44.03' 
3746 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 04-22: H2710X60 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWV 04: Thld dsplcd 160'. Road. RWV 22: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 11'. Road. 

RWV 17-35: H1775X39 (ASPH) S-12 

RWV 35: Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17-35 CLOSED night. PAEW adjacent Rwy 04-22 and Rwy 17-35. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



ALBUQUEROUE 



N33°05.81' W94-57.71' 



MEMPHIS 

H-61, L-17D 

IAP 



MOUNT PLEASANT RGNL (osaj as utc-6(-5dt) 

364 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE OSA 

RWV 17-35: H6003X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.4% up N 

RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. RWV 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0 TCH 44'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0000Z:t. 100LL avbl 24 hrs self service with credit card. For Jet A after hrs call 

903-575-4004. Deer and wildlife on and invof arpt. No line of sight between rwy ends. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset 

low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE PAPI and REIL Rwy 17 and Rwy 35 (daytime only) — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.775 (903) 575-4027 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

OUITMAN (DVORW/DME 114.0 UIM Chan 87 N32°52.82' W95°22.01' 050° 24.2 NM to fid. 520/8E. 



MOUNT SELMAN 

TARRANT FLD (6X0) 2 n 

590 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 12-30: 2700X30 (TURF) 



UTC-6(-5DT) N32°05.84' W95°17.68' 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



RWV 12: Brush. RWV 30: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 2049' MSL Igtd antenna 2.75 miles S of arpt. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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MOUNT VERNON 

FRANKLIN CO (F53) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°12.92' W95°14.23' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

412 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW L-17D 

RWY 13-31: H3900X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.4% up SE IAP 

RWV 13: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. RWY 31: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Self service fuel by credit card only. Rwy 13 PAPI OTS indef. Rwy 31 PAPI OTS 

indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

QUITMAN (L) VORW/DME 114.0 UIM Chan 87 N32°52.82' W95°22.01' 010° 21.1 NM to fid. 520/8E. 



MUFIN N32°53.58' W97°22.41' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

NDB(L0M)365 FT 164° 4.5 NM to Fort Worth Meacham Intl. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
COPTER 



MULESHOE MUNI (2T1) 4 SE UTC-5(-5DT) N34°ll.ll' W102°38.47 
3779 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 07-25: H5100X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 07: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Pole. 

RWY 25: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For emergency fuel call 

806-272-4556. Deer on invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 07-25—122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

TEXICO (H)VORTACW 112.2 TXO Chan 59 N34°29.71' 
W102°50.38' 141° 21.0 NM to fid. 4060/11E. 



ALBUQUERQUE 

H-BG, L-6H 

IAP 




MUNDAY MUNI (37F) 3E UTC-6(-5DT) N33°29.09' W99°35.17' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

1473 B FUEL JET A NOTAM FILE FTW L-17B 

RWY 17-35: H3200X50 (ASPH) S-4 LIRL 

RWY 35: P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300ZJ:. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

GUTHRIE (L)VORTACW 114.5 GTH Chan 92 N33°46.70' W100°20.17' 105° 41.5 NM to fid. 1940/10E. 



MUSTANG BEACH (see port aransas) 


MUSTANG ISLAND 31 (MIU) N27 17.33' W96°44.20' 
AWOS-3 118.725 


L— 201. 21A, GOMW 


MUSTANG ISLAND A85A (mzg) N27°43.62' W96°n.47- 

AWOS-3 119.325 


L— 201. 21A, GOMW 



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N31°34.67' W94°42.61' 



NACOGDOCHES 

A.L. MANGHAMJR. RGNL (och) 3 sw utc-6(-5dt) 

355 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE OCH 

RWV 18-36: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-23.6 MIRL 
RWV 18: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 37'. Trees. 
RWV 36: MALSR. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2330Z+. 24 hr self serve with major 
credit card, 100LL and Jet A avbl from truck. For fuel after hrs call 
936-645-4105, other numbers posted at arpt. PAEW SE end of 
Rwy 18-36 east of parallel Twy A. Birds on and invof arpt. 35 ft 
AGL antenna 400' west of centerline Rwy 18-36. Rwy 18-36 no 
line of sight between thlds. MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset low ints, to 
increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 18 and MALSR Rwy 
36 — CTAF. NOTE: See Special Notices — Model Aircraft Activity. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 135.625 (936) 564-5074. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.17 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LFK. 

LUFKIN (H) VORTACW 112.1 LFK Chan 58 N31°09.74' 

W94°43.02' 356° 24.9 NM to fid. 200/5E. HIWAS. 
NACOGDOCHES ND6 (MHW) 391 GXD N31°38.91' 

W94°42.33' 178° 4.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE CXO. 
NADOS NDD (MHW) 253 OC N31°29.13' W94°43.21' 360° 5.5 

NM to fid. NOTAM FILE OCH. 
ILS/DME 111.5 l-OCH Chan 52 Rwy 36. LOM NADOS NDB. DME Unmonitored 
of course. 



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NACOGDOCHES N31°38.91' W94°42.33' NOTAM FILE CXO. 
ND6(MHW)391 GXD 178° 4.2 NM to A. L. Mangham Jr. Rgnl. 



HOUSTON 
L-19E 



NADOS N31°29.13' W94°43.21' NOTAM FILE OCH. 

ND6(MHW)253 OC 360° 5.5 NM to A.L. Mangham Jr. Rgnl. 



HOUSTON 
L-19E, 21A 



NAVASOTA N30°17.31' W96°03.49'. NOTAM FILE CXO. 

(H) VORTACW 115.9 TNV Chan 106 322° 5.8 NM to Navasota Muni. 230/8E. 
Unmonitored. 
VOR portion unusable 123°-140° byd 18 NM bio 3,000'. 123°-140° —byd 29 NM bio 3,500'. 



HOUSTON 
H-7C, L-19D, 21A, GOMW 



NAVASOTA MUNI (60R) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°22.31' W9B"06.80 
228 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 17-35: H3204X60 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 0.7% up N 

RWV 17: REIL. PVASI(PSIL). P-line. RWV 35: REIL. PVASI(PSIL). 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35—123.3. 

NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

(H) VORTACW 115.9 TNV Chan 106 N30°17.31' 
W96°03.49' 322° 5.8 NM to fid. 230/8E. Unmonitored. 




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NEW BRAUNFELS MUNI (BAZ) 4E UTC-6(-5DT) N29 42.27' W98°02.53 
651 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE BAZ 
RWY 17-35: H5364X100 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 522'. 
RWY 13-31: H5352X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 13: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Tree. 

RWY 31: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OOOOZt-. Numerous birds invof arpt. 

For fuel call 830-625-1501 after hrs call 830-608-2179. 24 hr 

self service avbl with major credit card. High performance mil acft 

oper at Randolph AFB AUX (Seguin) Afld. TPA— 1651(1000) 

Helicopter traffic pattern altitude 1151 (500) rgt tfc. 7' cultivation 

at end of Rwy 35 occasionally. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 13-31 and 

Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.325 (830) 629-7979. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 127.05 ATIS 119.325 
® SAN ANTONIO APP CON 124.45 
® SAN ANTONIO DEP CON 125.7 

TOWER 127.05 (1300-0100ZT-) GND CON 120.175 
CLNC DEL 134.75 

SAN ANTONIO DEP CON 125.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1300-0100 other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAT. 

SAN ANTONIO (H) VORTACW 116.8 SAT Chan 115 N29°38.64' W98°27.68' 073 
HIWAS. 




22.2 NM to fid. 1160/8E. 



NEW GULF (T17) 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N29°16.57' W095°53.32' HOUSTON 

100 B NOTAM FILE CXO L-19D, 21A 

RWY 15-33: H4300X75 (ASPH) 

RWY 15: Tree. RWY 33: P-line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Livestock on field and vehicular traffic on Rwy. Rwy 15-33 has loose aggregate, 

cracking and uneven patches. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PSX. 

PALACIOUS VORTACW 117.3 PSX Chan 120 N28°45.87' W96°18.37' 028° 37.7 NM to fid. 6/8E. HIWAS. 



NEWMAN N31°57.10' W106°16.34' NOTAM FILE ABQ. 

(L) VORTACW 112.4 EWM Chan 71 210° 8.2 NM to Biggs AAF. 4040/12E. DM E portion 
unusable 220°-255° beyond 25 NM below 12,000'. 



EL PASO 
H-4K, L-BF 



NEWTON MUNI (61R) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°53.06' W93°44 
320 B NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 14-32: H4000X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL 

RWY 14: Trees. RWY 32: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2230Zt-. Rotating ben OTS 

indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LFK. 

LUFKIN (H) VORTACW 112.1 LFK Chan 58 N31°09.74' 
W94°43.02' 103° 53.0 NM tofld. 200/5E. HIWAS. 




N IX IN N29°59.60' W95°12.90' NOTAM FILE IAH. 

NDB (MHW) 326 BVP 260° 6.6 NM to George Bush Intercontinental/Houston. 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

L-19E.21A, GOMW 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



TEXAS 



315 



N. PADRE ISLAND 

AWOS-3 120.225 



N26°49.97' W96°56.40' 



L— 201, 21A, GOMW 



NORTHWEST RGNL (see roanoke) 



NUECES CO (See ROBSTOWN) 



UTC-6(-5DT) N31°55 
TPA— 4004(1000) 



0.9% up NE 



0.6% up N 



ODESSA-SCHLEMEYER FLD (odo) 5 ne 

3004 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X4 
RWV 11-29: H6200X100(ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 11: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWV 29: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. P-Mne. 
RWV 02-29: H5703X75 (ASPH) S-14 MIRL 

RWV 02: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Road. 

RWV 20: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. P-Mne. 
RWV 16-34: H5003X75 (ASPH) S-14 MIRL 

RWV 16: VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 34'. Antenna. 

RWV 34: VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 34'. P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-OOOOZt. For fuel after hours call 

432-367-5881. Glider activity on and invof arpt. Rwy 16-34 large 

sealed cracks in surface. Rwy 02 PVASI OTS indef. Rwy 16 VASI 

OTS indef. Rwy 34 VASI OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 16-34, Rwy 11-29 

and Rwy 02-20 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.275 (432) 363-9719. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® MIDLAND APP/DEP CON 124.6 (1200-0600Z:t) CLNC DEL 121.7 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.1 (0600-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAF. 

MIDLAND (L)VORTACW 114.8 MAF Chan 95 N32°00.56' 
W102°11.42' 231° 11.4 NM to fid. 2860/11E. 

FARLV NDB (HW/LOM) 326 MA N31°59.28' W102°19.51' 209° 5 



28' W102°23.23' 
NOTAM FILE ODO 




1 NM to fid. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 



OLDHAM CO (See VEGA) 



OLD RIP N32°23.91' W98°48.62' NOTAM FILE FTW. 
NDB(MHW)410 OIP at Eastland Muni. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
L-17B 



OLNEY MUNI (ONY) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°21.05' W98°49.15 
1275 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H5101X75 (ASPH-RFSC) S-43, D-50, DT-84 MIRL 

RWV 17: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Tree. 

RWV 35: VASI(V2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Brush. 
RWV 04-22: H5098X75 (ASPH-RFSC) S-43, D-50, DT-84 

RWV 94: Road. 
RWV 13-31: H5096X150 (ASPH) S-43, D-50, DT-84 0.6% up 

NW. 

RWV 13: Road. RWV 31: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z4:. Self svc fuel avbl 24 hours 

with major credit card. Aerobatic activity on arpt. Occassional 

agriculture acft ops during spring & summer. Rwy 13-31 first third 

and last third of rwy has extensive cracks and grass on Rwy sfc. 

NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SPS. 

WICHITA FALLS (H)VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 N33°59.24' 
W98°35.61' 187° 39.8 NM to fid. 1100/10E. 



0.3% up N 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 

H-6H, L-17B 

IAP 




SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



316 



TEXAS 



ORANGE CO (ORG) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30"04.11 r W93°48.24' 
13 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 04-22: H5500X75 (ASPH) S-27 MIRL 

RWY 04: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 22'. Tree. 

RWY 22: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 22'. 
RWY 13-31: 3000X50 (TURF) S-27 

RWY 13: Trees. RWY 31: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z:t-dusk. Rwy 13-31 marked with 

white tires. Rwy 13-31 not regularly maintained; call for 

conditions. MIRL Rwy 04-22 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.975 (409) 670-9591. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON APP/DEP CON 121.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BPT. 

BEAUMONT (L) VORW/DME 114.5 BPT Chan 92 N29°56.76' 
W94-00.97' 049° 13.3 NM tofld. 10/7E. HIWAS. 

NDB(MHW)211 ORG N30°04.22' W93°47.70' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE ORG. SHUTDOWN. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: For clearance delivery etc Houston apch 

ctl at 409-720-5136. 



HOUSTON 

H-7D, L-19E, 21B, GOMW 

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MIRL 



MIRL 



BROWNSVILLE 
H-7B, L-20H 
DIAP, AD 



257 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 01-19: H8003X200 (PEM) PCN 70 R/C/W/T 

RWY01:OLS. RWY19:0LS. 

RWY 13-31: H8001X200 (PEM) PCN 57 R/C/W/T 

RWY13:0LS. RWY31:0LS. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEMS 

RWY 01 HOOK E28(B) (1500') HOOK E28(B) (1503') RWY 19 

RWY 13 HOOK E28(B) (1500') HOOK E28(B) (1501') RWY 31 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT OLS glide slope 3.25°. JASU 1(NC-8A) FUEL J8 FLUID SP PRESAIR OIL 0-156 

TRAN ALERT No tran maint or sve avbl. Refuel Chief of Naval Air Training (CNATRA) acft only. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Thu 1400-2200ZJ:, Fri 1400-2030Z:t, CLOSED Sat, Sun and holidays. RSTD CNATRA use 

only except in emerg, NALF admin. DSN 876-6140. NAS Kingsville Base OPS DSN 876-6108. CAUTION Student 

jet training in vicinity during opr hr. Bird and large wildlife hazard. TFC PAT TPA — Jet break altitude 1300(1043). 

Use Idg/taxi Igt on final apch during VFR condition. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 254.325 (Mon-Thu 1330-2130Z|. Fri 1330-1930ZJ;) 
® KINGSVILLE APP/DEP CON 119.9 300.4 (Mon-Thu 1330-0530Z:t, Fri 1330-2330ZJ:, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays by 

NOTAM), other times etc 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.15 350.3 

TOWER 128.4 318.85 281.425 (318.85 Ldg Signal Officer) (Mon-Thu 1400-2200ZJ:, Fri 1400-2030Z:t, clsd Sat, 
Sun and holidays.) GND CON 229.4 CLNC DEL 229.4 
PMSV METRO 344.6 (At Kingsville NAS) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Thu 1400-2200ZJ:, Fri 1400-2030ZJ:, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE NOG. 

(T)TACAN Chan 63 NOG (133.6) N27°53.72' W98°02.56' at fid. 236/5E. Opr Mon-Fri 1300-2100ZJ:. 

KINGSVILLE (H)TACAN Chan 125 NQI (117.8) N27°29.95' W97°48.34' 328° 27.0 NM to fid. 44/4E. 

ILS/DME 110.5 l-NOG Rwy 13. GS unusable for coupled apchs bio 601' MSL. 

PAR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



TEXAS 



317 



OZONA MUNI (OZA) IN UTC-6(-5DT) N30°44.12' W101°12.18' 
2381 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 16-34: H6000X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.4% up N 

RWV 16: PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Trees. 

RWV 34: PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri continuously. For fuel after hours 

and weekends call 325-392-2789. MIRL Rwy 16-34 preset low 

ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 16 and Rwy 

34— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.425 (325) 392-2051. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

SAN ANGELO (H) VORTACW 115.1 SJT Chan 98 N31°22.50' 
W100°27.29' 215° 54.3 NM to fid. 1890/10E. 




DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17B 

IAP 



PADUCAH 

DAN E. RICHARDS MUNI (3F6) 1 E UTC-6(-5DT) N34°01.66' W100°16.92' 
1860 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H3186X50 (ASPH) S-8.5 MIRL 0.3% up N 

RWV 17: Tree. RWV35:Berm. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17 has a 10' drop off 60' from thld. Rotating ben OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 17-35 

preset low ints; to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

GUTHRIE (L) VORTACW 114.5 GTH Chan 92 N33°46.70' W100°20.17' 360° 15.2 NM to fid. 1940/10E. 



HELIPAD H1: H25X25 (ASPH) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: +20' Igtd windsock 165' NE, 30' p-line 274' E, 20' building 240' SE. HI surface not maintained. 
Loose gravel and grass encroachment on surface. 



HOUSTON 

H-7C, L— 201, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 



PALAC IOS MUNI (PSX) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N28°43.65' W96°15.06' 
14 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE PSX 
RWV 08-2B: H5001X150 (CONC) S-46, D-58, DT-105 

RWV 08: Trees. RWV26:Twr. 

RWV 13-31: H5001X150 (CONC) S-46, D-58, DT-105 MIRL 

Rwy13:REIL. Rwy 31: REIL. Tree. 

RWV 17-35: H5001X150 (CONC) S-46, D-58, DT-105 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel self-service with credit card. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset on low ints, to increase 

ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.025 (361) 972-0101. HIWAS 117.3 PSX. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.25 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PSX. 

(H) VORTACW 117.3 PSX Chan 120 N28°45.87' W96°18.37' 119° 3.7 NM to fid. 6/8E. HIWAS. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



31! 



TEXAS 



MIRL 



MIRL 



PALESTINE MUNI (PSN) 4 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°46.78' W95°42.38' 
423 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE PSN 
RWY 18-36: H5005X100 (ASPH) S-45, D-70, DT-135 
RWY IB: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RWY 36: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 
RWY 09-27: H4003X75 (ASPH) S-45, D-70, DT-135 
0.9% up W 

RWY 06: Trees. RWY 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-0000ZJ:, Sun 

1600-2100ZJ:. For service after hours call 903-723-0111 for 
prior arrangements. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.025 (903) 729-3641. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.25 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

FRANKSTON (L) VORW/DME 111.4 FZT Chan 51 
W95-31.85' 201° 19.9 NM to fid. 305/6E. 
NDB(MHW)375 PSN N31°46.81' W95°42.06' 
NOTAM FILE PSN. 



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474 FUEL 100LL, MOGAS 
RWY 17-35: 3800X100 (TURF) 



3 N UTC-6(-5DT) 
NOTAM FILE FTW 



N32°28.64' W096°41.13' 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



RWY 17: Fence. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel self service with major credit card. Rwy 17-35 outlined with white tires. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



PALO DURO (See AMARILLO) 



PAMPA N35-36.76' W100°59.52' NOTAM FILE PPA. 

NDD (MHW) 368 PPA at Perry Lefors Fid. Unmonitored 0000-1400Z1;. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
L-15B 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 

H-6G, L-156 

IAP 



PAMPA 

PERRY LEFORS FLD (PPA) 5 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N35-36.78' W100°59.78' 
3245 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al + NOTAM FILE PPA 
RWY 17-35: H5862X100 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 

RWY 17: REIL. PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Road. 

RWY 35: REIL. PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RWY 05-23: H4500X75 (ASPH) S-17 MIRL 

RWY 23: Pline. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100ZJ: hours. For fuel after hours 

call 806-665-0251. Antelope on and invof rwys. No line of sight 

between both rwy ends. Rotating ben OTS indef. Rwy 05-23 MIRL 

OTS indef. Rwy 17 REIL OTS indef. Rwy 35 REIL OTS indef. MIRL 

Rwy 17-35 and Rwy 05-23 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.725 (806) 669-1333. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® AL6UQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BGD. 

60RGER (L)VORTACW 108.6 BGD Chan 23 N35°48.43' 
W101°22.93' 111° 22.2 NM to fid. 3130/11E. 

PAMPA NDD (MHW) 368 PPA N35°36.76' W100°59.52' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE PPA. Unmonitored 0000-1400ZJ;. 




PANDE N35°08.79' W101°48.33' NOTAM FILE AMA. DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

NDD (HW/L0M)251 AM 039° 6.6 NM to Rick Husband Amarillo Intl. Unmonitored when twr clsd. L-15B 



PANHANDLE N35°14.10' W101°41.94' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(H)VORTACW 116.6 PNH Chan 113 at Rick Husband Amarillo Intl. 3595/8E. HIWAS 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
H-6G, L-156 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



TEXAS 



319 



PANHANDLE-CARSON CO (T 4S) i ne utc-6(-5dt) 

3454 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H4405X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 35: Road. Rgttfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints 

increase ints ACTIVATE-123.5. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® AMARILLO APP/DEP CON 119.5 (1200-0600Z:t.) 
® ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/OEP CON 127.85 (0600-1200Z:L- 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

PANHANDLE (H)VORTACW 115.6 PNH Chan 113 N35°14.10 
W101°41.94' 057° 18.1 NM to fid. 3595/8E. HIWAS. 



N35°21.70' W101°21.91' 



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DALLAS-FT WORTH 

L-15B 

IAP 




PANOLA CO-SHARPE FLO (see carthage) 



PARIS N33°32.54' W95°26.90' NOTAM FILE PRX. 

(L) VORW/DME 113.6 PRX Chan 83 352° 5.6 NM to Cox Field. 510/07E. 
RCO 122.25 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 



PARIS 



COX FIELD (PRX) 6E UTC-6(-5DT) N33°38.20' W95°27.05' 

547 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE PRX 

RWV 17-35: H6002X150 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWV 17: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Tree. 
RWV 35: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. Tree. 

RWV 03-21: H4624X150 (CONC) S-26 0.3% up NE 

RWV 14-32: H4624X150 (CONC) S-26 
RWV 32: Fence. 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 03: TORA-4624 T0DA-4624 ASDA-4624 LDA-4624 
RWV 14: TORA-4624 TODA-4624 ASDA-4624 LDA-4624 
RWV 17: TORA-6002 TODA-6002 ASDA-6002 LDA-6002 
RWV 21: TORA-4624 TODA-4624 ASDA-4624 LDA-4624 
RWV 32: TORA-4624 TODA-4624 ASDA-4624 LDA-4624 
RWV 35: TORA-6002 TODA-6002 ASDA-6002 LDA-6002 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-OOOOZ4:. Arpt attended 

1400-0100Z during dalgt savings time. Jet A fuel avbl at nights 
call 903-784-1071 or 903-785-6176. 100LL avbl 24 hr self 
serve with credit card. Rwy 03-21 and Rwy 14-32 not available 
for air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger seats. Rwy 14-32 
no line of sight between rwy ends. +2' grass around all rwy 
surfaces. Twy A north of Twy Al clsd to air carrier ops. MIRL Rwy 
17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE VASI Rwy 35 — CT/ 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.675 (903) 737-8784. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.975 
PARIS RCO 122.25 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.875 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PRX. 

PARIS (L) VORW/DME 113.6 PRX Chan 83 N33°32.54' W95°26.90' 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17D 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-GI, L-17D 

IAP 




352° 5.6 NM to fid. 510/7E. 



HELIPAD H1: H40X40 (CONC) 



PARKER CO (See WEATHERFORD) 



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320 



TEXAS 



PEARLAND 

SKYWAY MANOR (T79) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N29 33.35' W95°19.68' HOUSTON 

55 NOTAM FILE CXO COPTER 

RWY 17-35: 2550X70 (TURF) 

RWV 17: P-line. RWY 35: P-line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. No touch and go landings. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

PEARLAND RGNL (See Houston) 

PEARSALL 

MC KINLEY FLD (T30) 4S UTC-6(-5DT) N28°49.34' W99°06.54 
586 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 13-31: H5027X60 (ASPH) S-15 LIRL (NSTD) 0.6% up NW 
RWY 13: Thld dsplcd 168'. Road. — 

RWY31:Thld dsplcd 154'. P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 13-31 NSTD LIRL, 
spacing, 20' from edge and 300' between Igts. Only center 4702 
Igtd. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 13-31— CTAF or call 830-334-3721. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE COT. 

C0TULLA(L)VORTACW 115.8 COT Chan 105 N28°27.72' 
W99°07.11' 352° 21.6 NM to fid. 520/9E. HIWAS. 




PECOS MUNI (PEQ) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°22.94' W103°30.64 
2613 B FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE PEQ 
RWY 14-32: H6236X80 (ASPH) S-25, D-37 MIRL 

RWY 14: PAPI(P2L). RWY 32: PAPI(P2L). 

RWY 09-27: H5953X80 (ASPH) S-25, D-37 MIRL 0.3% up W 

RWY 27: P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For fuel after hours contact 

UNICOM 122.8 or call 432-447-2488. MIRL Rwy 14-32 preset 

low ints, to incr ints and ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27— CTAF. PAPI 

Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.175 (432) 445-3867. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122. 1R 111.8T (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 

ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.875 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PEQ. 

(DVOR/DME 111.8 PEQ Chan 55 N31°28.16' W103°34.49 
137° 6.2 NM to fid. 2650/11E. 




PEKKS N27°38.54' W99°27.49' NOTAM FILE LRD. 
NDB(LOM)405 LR 174° 5.9 NM to Laredo Intl. 



PERRY LEFORS FLD (see pampa) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



TEXAS 



321 



PERRYTON OCHILTREE CO (pyx) 3e utc-6(-5dt> N36°24.78' wioo°45.io 

2918 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al + TPA— 3918(1000) NOTAM FILE PYX 
RWV 17-35: H5700X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 17: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Pole. 

RWV 35: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 23'. Road. 
RWV 04-22: 3280X144 (TURF) 

RWV 04: Road. RWV 22: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z:t, Sun 

1900-2300Z:t. For fuel after hours call 806-435-4226 or 

806-435-6774. Rwy 04-22 S 1000' CLOSED indefinitely. MIRL 

Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.175 (806) 435-9963. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

KANSAS CITV CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.95 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBL. 

LIBERAL (H)VORTACW 112.3 LBL Chan 70 N37°02.66' 
W100°58.27' 153° 39.3 NM to fid. 2891/11E. HIWAS. 

NDB (MHW) 266 PYX N36°24.74' W100°44.88' at fid. 
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PINCK N33°16.99' W97°11.78' NOTAM FILE FTW. 
NDB(L0M)257 DT 174° 4.9 NM to Denton Muni. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 



PINELAND MUNI (T24) i sw utc-6(-5dtj 

260 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 17-35: H3700X75 (ASPH) S-14 MIRL 



N31°14.01' W93°58.91' 



HOUSTON 
L-19E, 21A 



RWV 17: Trees. RWV 35: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Fuel self serve with credit card. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LFK. 

LUFKIN (H)VORTACW 112.1 LFK Chan 58 N31°09.74' W94°43.02' 078° 38.1 NM to fid. 200/5E. HIWAS. 



PLAINS 



YOAKUM CO (F98) 1 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°13.04' W102°49.81' ALBUQUERQUE 

3704 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW H-6G, L-6H 

RWV 03-21: H5001X75 (ASPH) MIRL 0.6% up NE RWV 03: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. IAP 

RWV 21: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Pole. 
RWV 17-35: H3925X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.15° TCH 24'. Fence. RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.15° TCH 26'. Pole. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. For fuel call 806-456-3580/2100/7452. MIRL Rwy 03-21 and Rwy 17-35 

preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

FORTWORTH APP/DEP CON 132.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HOB. 

HOBBS (L)VORTACW 111.0 HOB Chan 47 N32°38.29' W103°16.16' 021° 41.2 NM to fid. 3660/11E. 



PLAINVIEW N34°05.17' W101°47.41' 
(L) VORW/DME 112.9 PVW Chan 76 
RCO 122.55 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 



NOTAM FILE PVW. 

025° 6.1 NM to Hale Co. 3400/11E. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
L-6H 



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322 



TEXAS 



PLAINVIEW 



HALE CO (PVW) IS UTC-6(-5DT) 
3374 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al H 
RWY 04-22: H5997X100 (ASPH) S-27 



N34°10.09' W101°43.04' 
OX 4 NOTAM FILE PVW 
LIRL 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-6G, L-6H 

IAP 



RWY 04: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 62'. Pole. 

RWY 22: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 52'. Building. 
RWY 13-31: H4000X100 (ASPH) S-27 LIRL 

RWY 13: P line. RWY 31: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-0100Z:t Sat and Sun 

1400-0000Z:t. No line of sight to Rwy 13-31 from Rwy 22 end. 

LIRL Rwy 04-22 preset low intensity. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 13-31 

and VASI Rwy 04 and Rwy 22 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.675 (806) 291-8679. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

PLAINVIEW RCO 122.55 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® LUBDOCK APP CON 119.2 112. 9T 
® LUBBOCK DEP CON 119.2 

LUBBOCK CLNC DEL 121.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PVW. 

PLAINVIEW (L) VORW/DME 112.9 PVW Chan 76 N34°05.17' 
W101°47.41' 025° 6.1 NM to fid. 3400/11E. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: IFR departures etc Lubbock Cine Del on 

the ramp at Hale Co via freq 121.7. 





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PLEASANTON MUNI (PEZ) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N28°57.25' W98°31.20 
430 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 1B-34: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-4 MIRL 0.8% up NW 
RWY 16: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 25'. Thld dsplcd 403'. Tree. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C 
IAP 
RWY 34: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0°TCH 35'. Fence. 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For services call 830-569-3867. Fuel self-service with major credit card. MIRL Rwy 

16-34 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE-CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.575 (830) 569-5749. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® SAN ANTONIO APP CON 118.05 
® SAN ANTONIO DEP CON 125.7 CLNC DEL 126.55 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

THREE RIVERS (L)VORTAC 111.4 THX Chan 51 N28°30.30' W98°09.03' 316° 33.2 NM to fid. 270/8E. 



POLLO N33°44.26' W101°49.76' NOTAM FILE LBB. 

NOB (LOM) 219 LB 167° 4.5 NM to Lubbock Preston Smith Intl. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 



PORT ARANSAS 

MUSTANG BEACH (HAS) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N27 48.71' W97°05.33' BROWNSVILLE 

5 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RAS L-2DI, 21A, GOMW 

RWY 12-30: H3482X70 (ASPH) LIRL IAP 

RWY 12: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. 
RWY 3D: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel avbl self service. Overngt tiedown fee. Rwy 12 has a —3' drop off near end of 

rwy, Rwy 30 has a 3' ditch 180' from end of rwy. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.425 (361) 749-0537. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® CORPUS APP/DEP CON 125.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

CORPUS CHRISTI (H) VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' W97°26.69' 097° 19.7 NM to fid. 60/9E. 
HIWAS. 



PORTER 



N30°09.20' W95°19.32' 



LIRL 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

L-1SE, 21A 



WILLIAMS (9X1) 6 NW UTC-6(-5DT) 

122 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO 

RWY 17-35: H3594X46 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0400Z:t. Deer on and invof arpt. Rwy 17-35 unmarked. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE IAH. 

HUMBLE (H) VORTACW 116.6 IAH Chan 113 N29°57.41' W95°20.74' 001° 11.8 NM to fid. 90/5E. HIWAS. 



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323 



PORT ISABEL-CAMERON CO (PIL) 10 W UTC-6(-5DT) N26°09.97' W97°20.75' BROWNSVILLE 

19 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 819(800) NOTAM FILE PIL H-7C, L-20H, 21A 

RWV 13-31: H8001X200 (ASPH-CONC) S-105, D-135, DT-230 MIRL IAP 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.0° TCH 28'. RWV 31: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Brush. 

RWV 08-26: H5317X150 (CONC) S-50, D-60, DT-110 

RWV 26: Trees. 
RWV 03-21: H5000X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-30, D-45, DT-90 

RWV 03: Brush. RWV 21: Tree. 

RWV 17-35: H4200X150 (CONC) S-30, D-45, DT-90 

RWV 35: Tower. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300ZT.. Parachute Jumping. Rwy 03-21 pavement has heavy grass 

encroachment. Rwy 17-35 has grass encroachment. Rwy 08-26 has rough pavement. PAEW adjacent Rwy 

13-31 during daylight hrs. No position holding markings on numerous twys apchng rwy intersections. Loose 

gravel/pavement at intersection of Rwy 13 and northeast twy connecting Rwy 13 and Rwy 21. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.525 (956) 233-5740. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® VALLEV APP/DEP CON 119.5 CLNC DEL 119.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BRO. 

BROWNSVILLE (H) VORTACW 116.3 BRO Chan 110 N25°55.44' W97°22.52' 357° 14.6 NM to fid. 10/9E. 



PORTLAND 



HUNT (9R5) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N27°53.27' W97°21.27' BROWNSVILLE 

40 NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 14L-32R: H2650X20 (ASPH) S-9 

RWV 14L: P-line. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 14R-32L: 1400X60 (TURF-GRVL) 

RWV 14R: Rgt tfc. RWV 32L: Bldg. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dawn-dusk. Rwy 14R-32L CLOSED indef. Noise abatement procedures in effect. Call 

arpt manager at 361-643-3950. Rwy 14L-32R has severe grass encroachment on rwy and pot holes along 

centerline. Rwy 14R-32L heavy rutting along entire rwy length. Rwy 14L-32R limited line of sight between thlds; 

southern 600' of rwy drops off approximately 8'. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



PORT LAVACA 



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-5DT) N28°39.20' W96°40.96' 
TPA— 832(800) NOTAM FILE PKV 
MIRL 

Road. 



CALHOUN CO (pkv) 3 nw utc 

32 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 14-32: H5004X75 (ASPH) S-26 

RWV 14: PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 53' 

RWV 32: Brush. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 05-23: 2432X60 (TURF) 

RWV 05: Tree. RWV 23: Thld dsplcd 428'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:f.. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

14-32— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.275 (361) 552-3060. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PSX. 

PALACIOS (H) VORTACW 117.3 PSX Chan 120 N28°45.87 
W96°18.37' 244° 20.9 NM to fid. 6/8E. HIWAS. 



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324 TEXAS 

PORT MANSFIELD 

CHARLES R JOHNSON (T05) 1 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N26 33.77' W97°26.27' BROWNSVILLE 

10 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT L-20H, 21A 

RWY 12-30: H3200X50 (ASPH) S-21 MIRL 

RWY 12: P-line. RWY 30: P-line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For fuel call 956-944-2325/2233 during normal business hours on phone located in 

box at southeast edge of apron. Deer on and invof arpt. Rwy 12-30 grass encroaching pavement edges. MIRL 

Rwy 12-30 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. Fee for overnight tie down. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HRL. 

HARLINGEN (L) VORW/DME 109.2 HRL Chan 29 N26°13.75' W97°39.12' 021° 23.1 NM to fid. 30/5E. 
HIWAS. 

POSSUM KINGDOM (see graford) 

POST-GARZA CO MUNI <5F1) 2E UTC-5(-5DT) N33°12.22' W101°20.42' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

2545 B NOTAM FILE FTW L-6H 

RWY 17-35: H4200X60 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 

RWY 35: Road. 
RWY 06-24: H2210X60 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 

RWY 06: Brush. RWY 24: Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Hwy 7' below rwy elevation. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBB. 

LUBBOCK (L)VORTACW 109.2 LBB Chan 29 N33°42.30' W101°54.84' 125° 41.6 NM to fid. 3310/11E. 
HIWAS. 

POWELL N32°03.85' W96°25.58' NOTAM FILE CRS. DALLAS-FT WORTH 

NDB (MHW) 344 CGQ 143° 2.5 NM to C. David Campbell Fld-Corsicana Muni. A 

PRESIDIO LELY INTL (T77) 5N UTC-6(-5DT) N29°38.04' W104°21.70' EL PASO 

2932 B FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 3932(1000) LRA NOTAM FILE SJT H-7A, L-6J 

RWY 17-35: H5200X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 17: PVASI(PSIL). RWY 35: PVASI(PSIL). 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel self serve with major credit card. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. 

NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MRF. 

MARFA (L) VOR/DME 115.9 MRF Chan 106 N30°17.90' W103°57.29' 197° 45.1 NM to fid. 4830/11E. 

PRONGER DROTHERS RANCH (see stratford) 



PROPWASH (See JUSTIN) 



OUANAH MUNI (F01) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N34 16.63' W99°45.56' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

1602 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW L-17B 

RWY 17-35: H4445X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5°. Road. RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5°. 

RWY 11-29: 2340X70 (TURF) 

RWY 29: Thld dsplcd 360'. Road. 
RWY 06-24: 2268X70 (TURF) 

RWY 24: Thld dsplcd 360'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. For fuel or maintenance nights call 940-663-2311. Rwy 24 dsplcd thld 

unmarked. Rwy 29 dsplcd thld unmarked. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CDS. 

CHILDRESS (L)VORTACW 117.6 CDS Chan 123 N34°22.14' W100°17.34' 092° 27.0 NM to fid. 1920/10E. 
HIWAS. 



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TEXAS 325 

QUINLAN 

TAYLOR (T14) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°57.13' W96°05.75' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

473 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 18-36: 2800X50 (TURF) 

RWV 18: Trees. RWV 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 18-36 not maintained, +1' grass/weeds over the entire surface. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

QUITMAN N32°52.82' W95°22.01' NOTAM FILE FTW. DALLAS-FT WORTH 

(L) VORW/DME 114.0 UIM Chan 87 044° 5.7 NM to Winnsboro Muni. 520/8E. H-61, L-17D 



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326 TEXAS 

RANDOLPH AFB (RNDJ(KRND) AF 13 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N29 - 31.73' W98°16.68' SAN ANTONIO 

761 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE SJT Not insp. H-7B, L-19C 

RWY 14R-32L: HS352X200 (PEM) PCN 33 R/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWY 14R: PAPI(P4L). RWY 32L: PAPI(P4L). 

RWY 14L-32R: H8351X200 (CONC) PCN 67 R/B/W/T HIRL 

RWY 14L: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). RWY 32R: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEMS 

RWY 14R <- BAK-15 CHAG (250' OVRN) BAK-15 CHAG (251' OVRN) -> RWY 32L 

RWY 14L <- BAK-15 CHAG (250' OVRN) BAK-15 CHAG (250' OVRN) -> RWY 32R 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT ALS Rwy 14L NSTD length 2100'. Rwy 32R PAPI GS and ILS GS not coincidental. 
JASU 3(MC-2A) (GTC-85) 9(ESSEX B809) 6(SGNC) FUEL J8(Mil) FLUID SP PRESAIR LHOX LOX 

OIL 0-133-148-156 SOAP— Not avbl weekends. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1300-0100Z4:, Sun 2000-2300Z:t, clsd federal holiday except when an observed 
holiday falls on Mon then Mon 2000-2300Zt and clsd on preceding Sun. Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard Phase II in 
effect 1 Mar-30 Nov, expect heavy migration. Year round bird activity highest in early to mid morning and after 
2230Z:t daily. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remark. RSTD PPR, etc Base OPS DSN 487-1861, 
C210-652-1861. Acft must adhere to PPR arr block +/- 30 min of scheduled Idg. Expect radar vector for ILS 
for VFR straight in apch and full stop Idg during student training. Fire fighting capability ltd to small and medium 
frame acft (C9, C130, P3, etc.). CAUTION During VMC dep acft must remain bio 1300' Rwy 14R-32L, 2100' Rwy 
14L-32R until past dep end to ensure separation from VFR overhead tfc pattern unless otherwise cleared by 
ATC. TFC PAT TPA— Overhead Rwy 14L-32R 2600(1837), Rwy 14R-32L 1800(1037). NS ABTMT Dep and arr acft 
will use minimum power settings consistent with acft fit manuals and comply with all ATC instructions. MISC Acft 
with Code 7 and abv etc PTD with block time 60 miles prior Idg. First 1000' Rwy 14R and first 2500' Rwy 32L 
cone, middle 4853' asph. Fleet sve avbl 48 hr advance notice. No glycol avbl. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 327.8 HANGOVER ATIS 290.525 (Mon-Fri 1300-0100Zt Sun 2000-2300Z:t, CLOSED Federal 
holidays except when an observed holiday falls on Mon then Mon 2000-2300Zt and CLOSED on preceding Sun.) 
PTD 372.2 
® SAN ANTONIO APP CON 124.45 335.625 
® SAN ANTONIO DEP CON 125.7 290.225 

TOWER 128.25 294.7 (Mon-Fri 1300-0100Z4:, Sun 2000-2300Z:t, clsd federal holiday except when an observed 
holiday falls on Mon then Mon 2000-2300Z:t and clsd on preceding Sun.) GND CON 119.65 275.8 
CLNC DEL 338.35 (Rwy 14L-32R) 
PMSV METRO 239.8 (PMSV METRO Wx DSN 487-3040, C210-652-3040. Full sve during airfield opr hrs, other 
times remote briefing sve avbl 26 OWS, Barksdale AFB DSN 781-4775, C318-456-4775, TF 
1-866-223-9328. Afld wx is monitored by AN/FMQ-19 ASOS and augmented by human observer as req. 
Backup wx obsn view ltd, rstd fr 170°-340° by flightline fac and trees. 
HANGOVER TWR 120.5 291.1 HANGOVER GND 124.75 353.75 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1300-0100Z:t, Sun 2000-2300Z:t, clsd federal holiday except when an observed 

holiday falls on Mon then Mon 2000-2300Zt and clsd on preceding Sun, other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAT. 

(T)VORTAC 112.3 RND Chan 70 N29°31.15' W98°17.11' at fid. 772/5E. No NOTAM MP Tue and Thu 
0430-1230Z^. 
TACAN unusable: 

024-040° byd 32 NM bio 3,000' 302°-309° byd 35 NM bio 4,000' 

VOR unusable: 

025°-069° byd 32 NM bio 3,000' 265°-024° byd 35 NM bio 4,000' 

224°-264° byd 35 NM bio 3,000' 
(L) TACAN Chan 36 DHK (109.9) N29°32.22' W98°16.07' at fid. 772/5E. NOTAM FILE RND. NO NOTAM 
MP Tue and Thu 0430-1230Zt. 
TACAN unusable: 

005°-049° byd 30 NM bio 3,000' 265°-314° byd 33 NM bio 4,000' 

050°-059° byd 33 NM bio 2,500' 339°-004° byd 37 NM bio 4,000' 

199°-264° byd 27 NM bio 3,500' 
ILS Z 109.3 l-RND Rwy 32R. Back course unusable. NO NOTAM MP Tue and Thu 0430-1230Zt. 
ILS 111.1 l-VQE Rwy 32L. Back course unusable. Coupled apch unusable bio 953'. NO NOTAM MP Tue 

and Thu 0430-1230Z:t. 
ISL 111.3 l-UNY Rwyl4R. NO NOTAM MP Tue and Thu 0430-1230Z:t. 

ILS Z 109.9 l-TRT Rwy 14L. Glideslope critical areas unprotected. NO NOTAM MP Tue and Thu 
0430-1230Z^. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Twr frequencies 128.25/258.3 and HANGOVER twr frequencies 120.5/291.1 for tfc 
control Rwy 14L-32R when student training in progress. 

RANGER N32°53.37' W97°10.77' NOTAM FILE FTW. DALLAS-FT WORTH 

(H)VORTACW 115.7 FUZ Chan 104 304° 9.2 NM to Fort Worth Alliance. 637/6E. COPTER 

H-6H, L-17C.A 



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RANGER MUNI (F23) 2S UTC-6(-5DT) N32°27.16' W98°40.97' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

1470 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 01-19: 2730X75 (TURF) 

RWV 01: Tree. RWY 19: Fence. 

RWV 18-36: 1850X80 (TURF) 

RWV 18: Fence. RWV 36: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat dalgt hours. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

RANKIN (49F) 1W UTC-5(-5DT) N31°13.64' W101°57.19' SAN ANTONIO 

2543 NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 17-35: 3000X35 (GRVL) 

RWV 17: Hill. RWV 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt gate locked. For access call Sheriff's office 432-693-2411. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

REAGAN CO (see big lake) 

REAL CO (See LEAKEY) 

REFUGIO 

ROOKE FLD (RFG) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N28°17.62' W97°19.38' SAN ANTONIO 

55 B S2 FUEL 100LL, MOGAS NOTAM FILE SJT L-20H, 21A 

RWV 14-32: H4361X50 (ASPH) S-9 MIRL 

RWV 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Tree. RWV 32: Thld dsplcd 166'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy line of sight limited between rwy ends. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

CORPUS CHRISTI (H) VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' W97°26.69' 006° 24.2 NM to fid. 60/9E. 
HIWAS. 

RHOME MEADOWS (T76) 6N UTC-6(-5DT) N33°08.96' W97°29.77' DALLAS-FT WORTH 

900 TPA— 1700(800) NOTAM FILE FTW COPTER 

RWV 13-31: 3700X60 (TURF) 

RWV 13: Thld dsplcd 260'. Fence. Rgt tfc. RWV 31: Fence. Rgttfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 31 end soft when wet. Unlighted 120' cell tower 2000' west of rwy. All acft 

monitor CTAF due to the close proximity to Heritage Creek airstrip. Rwy 13 right tfc for fixed wing acft only, 

remain west of the rwy. Rwy 31 rgt tfc for ultralights only, remain east of the rwy. Rwy 13 dsplcd thld marked 

with white tires. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



RICK HUSBAND AMARILLO INTL (see amarillo) 



RIO GRANDE CITY MUNI (67R) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N26°25.46' W98°50.76' 6R0WNSVILLE 

290 B NOTAM FILE SJT L-20H 

RWV 16-34: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt gate clsd and locked. Call 956-487-5312 for access. No public phone within 

arpt property. MIRL Rwy 16-34 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF, 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LRD. 

LAREDO (H) VORTACW 117.4 LRD Chan 121 N27°28.72' W99°25.06' 145° 70.1 NM to fid. 580 /9E. 
HIWAS. 



RIVES AIR PARK (see royse city) 



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328 TEXAS 

ROANOKE 

NORTHWEST RGNL (52F) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N33 o 02.99' W97°13.93' dallas-ft. worth 

643 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW COPTER 

RWY 17-35: H3500X40 (ASPH) S-S MIRL L-17C, A 

RWY 17: VASI(V2R)— GA 4.5°. Thld dsplcd 400'. Hill. RWY 35: VASI(V2L)— GA 5.25° Thld dsplcd 320'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Self serve fuel avbl. Pilots are requested to call 817-430-1905 30 minutes 
prior to arrival for field conditions. Due to rwy width and heavy local traffic, pilots are advised to etc arpt prior to 
landing. Landing fee for non-based flight school acft. Rwy 17 rwy numbers shorter and narrower than std. NSTD 
dsplcd thld only 1' bar. Dsplcd thld markings yellow. Rwy 35 rwy numbers shorter and narrower than std. NSTD 
dsplcd thld only 1' bar no arrows. Dsplcd thld markings yellow. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DFW. 

RANGER (H)VORTACW 115.7 FUZ Chan 104 N32°53.37' W97°10.77' 339° 10 NM to fid. 637/6E. 

ROBERT GRAY AAF (see fort hood/killeen) 

ROBERT LEE (54F) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°52.91' W100°32.42' SAN ANTONIO 

1922 B NOTAM FILE SJT L-19B 

RWY 17-35: H4450X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 17: Brush. RWY 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Loose gravel on runway, taxiway and apron. Rotating ben OTS indef. Rwy 17-35 pilot 

control lighting OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35—122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

SAN ANGELO (H) VORTACW 115.1 SJT Chan 98 N31°22.50' W100°27.29' 342° 30.7 NM to fid. 1890/10E. 

ROBERT R.WELLS JR (See columbus) 

ROBINSON N31°30.23' W97°04.18' NOTAM FILE FTW. SAN ANTONIO 

NDB(MHW)400 ROB 351° 8.0 NM to Tstc-Waco. L-19D, 21A, A 

ROBSTOWN 

NUECES CO (RBO) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N27°45.71' W97°41.43' BROWNSVILLE 

79 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RBO L-20H, 21A, GOMW 

RWY 13-31: H3700X75 (ASPH) S-ll MIRL IAP 

RWY 13: Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-1800ZJ;, Mon-Fri 1900-2300Z+. Fuel: cash or checks only, no credit 

cards. 1049' MSL towers 3 NM east of arpt. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset low ints to increase ints ACTIVATE — 122.8. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.175. (351) 767-1982. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® KINGSVILLE APP CON 119.9 (Mon-Thu 1330-0530Z:t, Fri 1330-2330Z+\ clsd Sat, Sun and holidays by NOTAM) 

other times etc 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP CON 128.15 
® CORPUS DEP CON 120.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

CORPUS CHRISTI (H) VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' W97°26.69' 231° 15.1 NM to fid. 60/9E. 
HIWAS. 

ROCKDALE 

H H COFFIELD RGNL (RCK) 2 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 37.90' W96°59.38' HOUSTON 

474 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO L-19D, 21A 

RWY 17-35: H3084X50 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 17: Road. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For fuel call 512-446-2511 after 2300ZT- and weekends call 512-446-3436. +40' 

antenna on hangar E side of rwy. Rwy 17 numbers NSTD 48' tall. Rwy 35 numbers NSTD 48' tall. Rwy 17-35 

NSTD LIRL due to spacing. Rotating ben OTS indef. Rwy 17-35 LIRL OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TPL. 

TEMPLE (DVOR/DME 110.4 TPL Chan 41 N31°12.56' W97°25.50' 138° 41.2 NM to fid. 710/9E. 



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ARANSAS CO (RKP) 4N UTC-6(-5DT) N28°05.17' W97°02. 
24 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE RKP 
RWV 14-32: H5608X100 (ASPH) S-45, D-80, ST-101, DT-140 
RWV 14: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35.' 

RWV 32: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Thld dsplcd 555'. P-line. Rgt 
tfc. 
RWV 18-3B: H4498X100 (ASPH) S-45, D-80, ST-101, DT-140 
MIRL 
RWV 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1330-0000Z:t. MIRL Rwy 14-32 preset 
low ints dusk-dawn to increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 
14 — CTAF. MIRL Rwy 18-36 on low ints continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.275 (361) 729-2372. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/I.IN IC DM 123.05 
® CORPUS APP/DEP CON 120.9 CLNC DEL 121.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

CORPUS CHRISTI (H)VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' 

W97°26.69' 054° 23.9 NM to fid. 60/9E. HIWAS. 
ROCKPORT NDB (MHW) 391 RKP N28°05.43' W97°02.79' at 
fid. NOTAM FILE RKP. 



SAN ANTONIO 

L— 201, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 




ROCKPORT N28°05.43' W97°02.79' NOTAM FILE RKP. 
NDB (MHW) 391 RKP at Aransas Co. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L— 201, 21A, GOMW 



ROCKSPRINGS 

EDWARDS CO (ECU) 4 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N29°56.82' W100°10.43' 
2372 B NOTAM FILE ECU 
RWV 14-32: H4050X50 (ASPH) S-13 MIRL 

RWV 14: Thld dsplcd 278'. Trees. RWV 32: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Nighttime operation dsplcd thld lights 

are set 288' from Rwy 14 end. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.175 (830) 683-2425. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® DEL RIO APP/DEP CON 119.6 (Mon-Fri 1300-0100Z:t, clsd Sat, Sun 

2000-2300Z:t, except holidays). Other hrs etc 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ECU. 

ROCKSPRINGS (L)VORTAC 111.2 RSG Chan 49 N30°00.88' 
W100°17.99' 112° 7.7 NM to fid. 2310/10E. Unusable 
beyond 32 NM below 4500'. 




ROCKSPRINGS N30°00.88' W100°17.99' NOTAM file ecu. 

(L)VORTAC 111.2 RSG Chan 49 112° 7.7 NM to Edwards Co. 2310/10E. 

Unusable beyond 32 NM below 4,500'. 
RCO 122. 1R 111.2T (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 



SAN ANTONIO 
H-7B, L-19B 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 



ROCKWALL 

PHILLIPS FLYING RANCH (T48) 15 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°52.09' W96°13.15' 
500 S4 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 13-31: 3344X50 (TURFTRTD) 

RWV 13: Thld dsplcd 335'. Trees. RWV 31: Thld dsplcd 336'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For arpt attendant call 972-563-3765. Watch for wildlife on rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/I.IN IC C)M 123.0 



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ROCKWALL MUNI (F46) 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N32°55.84' W96°26.13' 
574 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H3373X45 (ASPH) S-12 LIRL 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 470'. Tower. RWY 35: Thld dsplcd 289'. Tree. Rgt tfc 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1330-0030Zt-. Line of sight not avbl 
between rwy ends. Rwy 17 50' drop off at apch end of pavement, 
steep down slope all sides of displacement. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 
17-35— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAFAJNICOM 122.8 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 124.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

COWBOY (H)V0RW/DME 115.2 CVE Chan 109 N32°53.42' 

W96°54.24' 078° 23.8 NM to fid. 450/6E. 
MESOUITE NDB (MHW) 248 PQF N32°48.54' W96°31.73' 027 
8.7 NM to fid. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

COPTER 

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ROGER M. DREYER MEMORIAL (see gonzales) 



ROOKE FLD (see refugio) 



HOUSTON 
L-19D, 21A 



ROSENBURG 

LANE AIRPARK (T54) 3SE UTC-6(-5DT) N29°31.47' W95°46.51' 
94 S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CX0 
RWY 13-31: H3200X35 (ASPH) 

RWY 13: P-line. RWY 31: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hrs. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: 

HOBBY (H)VORW/DME 117.1 HUB Chan 118 N29°39.34' W95°16.50' 248° 27.2 NM to fid. 82/5E 



ROSSER RANCH (see graham) 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17A 



ROTAN/ROBY 

FISHER CO (56F) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°49.54' W100°24.92' 
1941 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 16-34: H3300X60 (ASPH) S-12. 5 MIRL 

RWY IB: Trees. RWY 34: Road. 

RWY 07-25: 2800X50 (GRVL) 

RWY 07: Thld dsplcd 200'. Fence. RWY 25: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Intensive seasonal low level agricultural acft activity invof arpt. Rwy 07 dsplcd thld 

marked with 20 white tires on each side. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 

ABILENE (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' W99°51.81' 297° 34.7 NM to fid. 1810/10E. 



ROWDY N30°29.62' W95°20.25' NOTAM FILE CLL. 
NDB (LOM) 250 CL 341° 5.8 NM to Easterwood Field. 



HOUSTON 
L-19D, 21A 



ROY HURD MEM (see monahans) 



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ROYSE CITY 

RIVES AIR PARK (T33) 9S UTC-6(-5DT) N32 51.43' W96°18.50' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

555 S2 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 04-22: H2800X40 (ASPH) 

RWV 04: Trees. RWV 22: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 04-22 overgrown with 2'-3' weeds and grass. Arpt access gate locked. No line 

of sight. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 



RUSK CO (See HENDERSON) 



RWJ AIRPARK (See BAYTOWN) 



SABINE PASS N29°41.20' W94°02.28' NOTAM FILE CXO. 

(L) VORW/DME 115.4 SBI Chan 101 356° 15.8 NM to Southeast Texas Rgnl. 10/7E. 
VOR unusable 143°-150°. 



HOUSTON 
H-70, L-19E, 21A, GOMW 



SALT FLAT N31°44.89' W105°05.21' NOTAM FILE ABQ. EL PASO 

(L)VORTACW 113.0 SFL Chan 77 324° 13.0 NM to Dell City Muni. 3730/12E. HIWAS. L-6F 

VORTAC unusable 031°-049°beyond 30 NM below 15,000'. 

SAN ANGELO RGNL/MATHIS FLD (sjtj 7 sw utc-6(-5dt) N3i°2i.47' wioo°29.78' 

1919 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,4 Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 18-36: H8049X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-70, D-100, ST-127 MIRL 

RWV 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 889'. 

Road. 

RWV 36: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 48'. Pole. 
RWV 03-21: H5939X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-70, D-100, ST-127 
HIRL 0.4% up SW 

RWV 03: MALSR. 

RWV 21: ODALS. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 59'. 
RWV 09-27: H4402X75 (ASPH) S-70, D-100, ST-127 

RWV 09: Road. RWV 27: Road. 



RWV 03 


TORA 


-5939 


RWV 09 


TORA 


-4402 


RWV 18 


TORA 


-8049 


RWV 21 


TORA 


-5939 


RWV 27 


TORA 


-4402 


RWV 36 


TORA 


-7160 



ASDA-5939 
ASDA-4402 
ASDA-8049 
ASDA-5939 
ASDA-4402 
ASDA-7160 




MIRL 



RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

TODA-5939 
TODA-4402 
TODA-8049 
TODA-5939 
TODA-4402 
TODA-7160 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0400Z:t. Fee for fuel after hrs call 
325-656-1836/1837. 100LL self fuel avbl 24 hrs. PPR 12 hours 
for unscheduled air carrier ops with over 30 passenger seats, call 
arpt manager 325-659-6409, extension 3. When twr clsd MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset low ints, to increase ints and 
ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 03-21, MIRL Rwy 09-27, MALSR Rwy 03, ODALS Rwy 21, REIL Rwy 18 and PAPI Rwy 18 and 
Rwy 36—118.3. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (325) 949-6686. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.3 ATIS 128.45 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122.25 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 125.35 (1200-0300Z+) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.15 (0300-1200Z4:) 
TOWER 118.3 (1300-0300Z:t) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1300-0300Z:t other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SJT. 

SAN ANGELO (H) VORTACW 115.1 SJT Chan 98 N31°22.50' W100°27.29' 234° 2.4 NM to fid. 1890/10E. 

WOOLE NDB (LOM) 356 SJ N31°16.79' W100°34.57' 032° 6.3 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 109.7 l-SJT Chan 34 Rwy 03. Class IE. LOM WOOLE NDB. ILS/DME unmonitored when 

twr clsd. 
ASR (1200-0600ZJ:) 



SAN ANTONIO N29°30.43' W098°34.68' 
AW0S-3 119.575 SPN 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C 



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UTC-6(-5DT) N29°43.44' W98°41.68 
TPA-2385(1000) NOTAM FILE SJT 



SAN ANTONIO 

BOERNE STAGE FLD (5ci) 20 nw 

1385 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

RWY 17-35: H4340X60 (ASPH) LIRL 
RWV 17: Thld dsplcd 555'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 35: Thld dsplcd 500'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. South rwy exit clsd indef, 
backtaxi to exit rwy. Deer on and invof arpt. Glider activity on and 
invof arpt. Noise abatement procedures in effect etc arpt manage 
830-981-2345. No touch and go, stop and go, or low 
approaches. Northern 555' of rwy is 40' wide, remainder is 60' 
wide. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM: 123.0 UNICOM unmonitored. 
SAN ANTONIO APP/DEP CON 125.1 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAT. 

SAN ANTONIO (H) VORTACW 116.8 SAT Chan 115 N29°38.64' 
W98°27.68' 283° 13.1 NM to fid. 1160/8E. HIWAS 




SAN ANTONIO 



BULVERDE AIRPARK (1T8) 16 N UTC-6(-5DT) N29 44.35' W98°27.07' 
1080 B S4 FUEL 100LL TPA 2000(920) NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 16-34: H2890X40 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 16: Thld dsplcd 490'. P-line. Rgt tfc. RWY 34: Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1500-2300Z:t. Landing fee. No credit cards for fuel purchases. No touch and 

go, stop and go or low approaches. Noise abatement procedures in effect etc arpt manager 830-438-2507. 

ACTIVATE rotating ben after 0400Z— CTAF. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 15-34— CTAF. Rwy 16-34 NSTD LIRL, only center 

2775' lighted. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



HORIZON (74R) 9S UTC-6(-5DT) N29°17.01' W98°30.02' 
550 NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 11-29: 2360X80 (TURF) 

RWY 11: Fence. RWY 29: Trees. 

RWY 16-34: 2250X100 (TURF) 

RWY 16: Brush. RWY 34: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OOOOZt-. Rwys marked with 3' white cones. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



SAN ANTONIO 



N29°48.71' W98°25.57' 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C 



KESTREL AIRPARK (iT7) 23 n utc-6(-5dtj 

1250 S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 12-30: H3000X40 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 12: Trees. RWY 30: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dusk-dawn. Rwy 12-30 NSTD LIRL, Rwy 12 Igts not at thld. Rwy 30 rises rapidly at north 

end. Touch and go Idgs and low apchs prohibited fortran and commercial acft, tkfs rstd between 0400-1200Z:t. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.975 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: 

SAN ANTONIO (H) VORTACW 116.8 SAT Chan 115 N29°38.64' W98°27.68' 002° 10.2 NM to fid. 1160/8E. 



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SAN ANTONIO INTL (SAT) 7N UTC-6(-5DT) N29°32.02' W98°28.19' 

809 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index C 

NOTAM FILE SAT 
RWV 12R-30L: H8502X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-95, D-190, ST-175, 

DT-270 HIRLCL 

RWV 12R: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 75'. 0.3% 

down. 

RWV 30L: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Building. 0.4% up. 
RWV 03-21: H7505X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-95, D-190, ST-175, 

DT-270 HIRLCL 0.3% up SW 

RWV 03: MALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Pole. 

RWV 21: REIL. PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 75'. 
RWV 12L-30R: H5519X100 (ASPH) S-59, D-120, ST-152 
MIRL 0.3% up NW. 

RWV 12L: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWV 30R: REIL. PAPI(P4L). 



RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWV 03: TORA-7505 T0DA-7505 
TORA-5519 
T0RA-8502 
TORA-7505 
T0RA-8502 
TORA-5519 



RWV 12L: 
RWV 12R: 
RWV 21: 
RWV 30L: 
RWV 30R: 



TODA-5519 
TODA-8502 
TODA-7505 
TODA-8502 
TODA-5519 




ASDA-7505 LDA-7505 
ASDA-5519 LDA-5519 
ASDA-8502 LDA-8502 
ASDA-7505 LDA-7505 
ASDA-8502 LDA-8502 
ASDA-5519 LDA-5519 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Numerous flocks of birds in vicinity of arpt. Glider/soaring ops 

approximately 17 miles northwest of arpt during VFR. Rwy 12L not avbl for air carrier ops. Rwy 03 runway visual 
range touchdown avbl. PAEW on and along twys and ramps areas at various times. PAEW between Terminal 1 
and Terminal 2. PPR with Arpt Ops for acft powering back from terminal gates. Acft taxiing on Rwy 03 northeast 
bound look for hold short to Rwy 30L. Acft taxiing on Twy N southwest bound look for hold short to Rwy 30R. Twy 
Z clsd to acft with wingspan greater than 118'. The following Twys are not avbl for acft 59,000 pounds or over, 
Twy A and Twy J north of Rwy 12R-30L, Twy W, Twy M, Twy P, Twy H northwest of Twy Z and Twy E east of Rwy 
03-21. Twy R between Twy A and the AER 12L is clsd to acft with wingspan greater than 100'. Twy Q 
entrance/exit at Air Cargo East clsd to acft with wingspan greater than 118'. Inner ramp taxilane north and east 
of Terminal 1 is clsd to acft with wingspan greater than 118' exc for acft crossing the inner ramp to gates 12 to 
16. Taxiway L clsd northbound. Twy D non-movement area from Twy N to 500' west of Twy N. Noise Abatement: 
Noise sensitive areas exist on all sides of the arpt: at pilots discretion climb as quickly and quietly as safely 
possible on dep and use consideration when flying over populated areas by minimizing flight and high power 
settings. Engine run-ups are permitted btn 1200-0500Z:t. Ground run-up enclosure avbl 24 hrs. Terminal Gate 
1 use only with PPR call ops 210-413-4928. C130 and C141 type acft shall park on west ramp to clear 
customs. General aviation acft clearing U.S. Customs at Terminal One be alert for personnel and equipment 
while taxiing to and from the assigned customs clearance location. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. 
NOTE: See Special Notices — Continuous Power Facilities. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (210) 829-4782. HIWAS 116.8 SAT. WSP. 

COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 118.9 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122.3 122.2 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 128.05 (091°-140°) 125.1 (271°-359°) 124.45 (360°-090°) 118.05 (141°-270°) 127.1 125.7 
TOWER 119.8 GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 126.7 

AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAT. 

(H)VORTACW 116.8 SAT Chan 115 N29°38.64' W98°27.68' 176° 6.6 NM to fid. 1160/8E. HIWAS. 

ALAMO NDD (LOM) 368 AN N29°36.46' W98°34.18' 122° 6.9 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 110.9 l-IZR Chan 46 Rwy 30L. Class IT. 

ILS 109.7 l-SAT Rwy 03. Class IA. GS unusable for coupled apchs blo 1300' MSL. 

ILS/DME 110.9 l-ANT Chan 46 Rwy 12R. Class I IE. LOM ALAMO NDB. 

SAN GERONIMO AIRPARK (8T8) lOW UTC-6(-5 DT) N29°30.63' W98°47.90' SAN ANTONIO 

1040 NOTAM FILE SJT L-19C 

RWV 17-35: H3000X40 (ASPH) 

RWV 17: Tree. RWV 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17-35 shoulders soft and muddy when wet. Rwy 17-35 45' turf landing area to 

west of paved rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAT. 

SAN ANTONIO (H)VORTACW 116.8 SAT Chan 115 N29°38.64' W98°27.68' 238° 19.4 NM to fid. 1160/8E. 
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STINSON MUNI (SSF) 6S UTC-6(-5DT) N29°20.22' W98°28.27' 
577 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SSF 
RWY 09-27: H4835X100 (ASPH) S-12, D-20 MIRL(NSTD) 0.3% up W 

RWY 09: REIL. Thld dsplcd 206'. P-line. RWY 27: REIL. 

RWY 14-32: H4128X100 (ASPH) S-12, D-20 MIRL 0.5% up 

NW 

RWY 14: REIL. VASI(V2R)— GA 4.0° TCH 57'. Thld dsplcd 584'. 

Trees. 

RWY 32: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. Thld dsplcd 372'. 

Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0400Zt. Numerous acft operating 

at or above 2,500' MSL in the Stinson Class D airspace under the 

control of San Antonio approach. PAEW adjacent all twys and ramp 

areas Mon-Fri 1300-2359Zt. Rwy 09-27 NSTD MIRL; thld Igts 

located 30' in from dsplcd thld. Rwy 09 REIL located 30' in from 

dsplcd thld. Rwy 14 REIL OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 09-27 and Rwy 

14-32 preset medium intensity when twr closed. ACTIVATE VASI 

Rwy 32— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (210) 927-9391. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.2 UNICOM 122.95 ATIS 128.8 
® SAN ANTONIO APP/DEP CON 125.7 CLNC DEL 121.7 

TOWER 118.2 (1300-0400Z4:) GND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1300-0400Zt other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAT. 

SAN ANTONIO (H) VORTACW 116.8 SAT Chan 115 N29°38.64' W98°27.68 
HIWAS. 

(L)VORW 108.4 SSF N29°15.50' W98°26.61' 334° 4.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE SSF. 
VOR unusable: 

111°-149° byd 10 NM 160°-170° all altitudes 

150°-159° byd 7 NM 205°-235° all altitudes 




174° 18.4 NM to fid. 1160/8E. 



TWIN-OAKS (T94) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N29°34.21' W98°28.10' SAN ANTONIO 

873 S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 12-30: H2225X30 (ASPH-TURF) S-4 

RWY 12: Trees. RWY 30: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For fuel availability call 210-494-3928. Arpt CLOSED at ngt to tran acft. 

Rwy 12-30 is TURF 140' at southeast end. Wooden fence located approximately 70' east of rwy entire length of 

rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

SAN AUGUSTINE CO (78R) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N31°32.38' W94-10.23' HOUSTON 

443 B NOTAM FILE CXO L-19E, 21A 

RWY 17-35: H3800X50 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 124'. Trees. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17-35 has 3'-4' grass within 10' from edge of rwy. ACTIVATE rotating 

ben— CTAF. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to incr ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LFK. 

LUFKIN (H) VORTACW 112.1 LFK Chan 58 N31°09.74' W94°43.02' 046° 36.0 NM to fid. 200/5E. 
HIWAS. 



SAN GERONIMO AIRPARK (see san antonio) 



SANGER 



FLYING C (T87) 5 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°20.53' W97°16.20' 
775 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 09-27: 1650X90 (TURF) 

Rwy 09: Fence. Rwy 27: Tree. 

RWY 17-35: 1400X140 (TURF) RWY 17: Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Occasional livestock on fid. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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IRONHEAD (T58) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°19.91' W97°13.82' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

715 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 18-36: 2500X200 (TURF) 

RWV 18: Fence. RWV 36: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Wildlife on and invof of arpt. 6' metal pole 60' from AER IS. Rwy 18-36 thld and 

edges marked with white tires. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 



LANE FLD (58F) 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N33°21.92' W97°08.77' 
700 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: 3340X130 (TURF) 

RWV 17: Road. RWV 35: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rough terrain and 2' mesquite shrubs along rwy. Livestock on and in vicinity of arpt. 

North end of rwy rises 20'. South half of rwy soft after rain. Rwy 17-35 has no thld markings. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



SANJAC N29°40.11' W95°04.19' NOTAM FILE CXO. 
ND6(MHW)347 JPA at La Porte Muni. 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

L-19E, 21A, 60MW 



N29°53.56' W97°51.78 
NOTAM FILE HYI 



MIRL 0.3% up NW 



MIRL 0.4% up N 



SAN MARCOS MUNI (hyi> 4 e utc-6(-5dt> 

597 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2,4 

RWV 08-26: H6330X100 (ASPH) S-80 MIRL 
RWV 08: REIL. Road. RWY26:REIL. 

RWV 13-31: H5603X150 (ASPH) S-60 
RWV 13: MALSR. 
RWV 31: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 56'. 

RWV 17-35: H5213X100 (ASPH) S-20 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended sunrise-sunset. Equivalent ARFF Index A 
available on request. Expect extensive practice instrument 
approach traffic to Rwy 13 at any time. Rwy 08 10' svc road at 
thld. Rwy 08 REIL OTS indef. Rwy 26 REIL OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 
08-26, Rwy 13-31 and Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase 
ints and ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 13, VASI Rwy 31 and REIL Rwy 08 
and Rwy 26 — CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.825 (512) 353-8005. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® AUSTIN APP/DEP CON 119.0 CLNC DEL 121.35 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AUS. 

CENTEX (H)VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' 

W97°31.79' 205° 33.8 NM to fid. 593/6E. 
GARVS ND6 (L0M)272 RU N29°57.53' W97°56.94' 
124° 5.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE HYI. Unmonitored. 
ILS 108.7 l-RUM Rwy 13. LOM GARYS NDB. LOM unmonitored 




N31°14.11' W98°43.02' 



SAN SABA CO MUNI (sir) 3n utc-6(-sdt> 

1249 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 13-31: H3800X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL 

RWV 13: TRCV(TRIL)— GA 4.75° TCH 74'. Berm. RWY 31: TRCV(TRIL)— GA 6.0° TCH 31'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For fuel call 915-372-3380/6034. Jet A fuel available for helicopters 

only. Green ben lens OTS indef. Rwy 13 TRCV OTS indef. Rwy 31 TRCV OTS indef. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 

13-31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 (325) 372-6027. OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AQO. 

LLANO (L) VORTACW 108.2 LLO Chan 19 N30°47.78' W98°47.24' 360° 26.5 NM to fid. 1200/8E. 
HIWAS. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C 



SCHOLES N29°16.16' W94°52.06' NOTAM FILE GLS. 

(L) VORTACW 113.0 VUH Chan 77 at Scholes Intl at Galveston 4/6E 
VOR portion unusable 165°-205° byd 15 NM bio 2500'. Unmonitored. 



HOUSTON 

COPTER 

H-7C, L-19E, 21A, GOMW 



SCHOLES INTL AT GALVESTON (see galveston) 



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SCOTLAND N33°46.94' W98°29.29' NOTAM FILE SPS. 

NDB (MHW) 344 SKB 359° 4.7 NM to Kickapoo Downtown. Unmonitored 0200-1200Z:t. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17B 



SEAGRAVES (F97) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°57.27' W102°32.45' ALBUQUERQUE 

3366 NOTAM FILE FTW L-6H 

RWY 04-22: H4010X70 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 04: Railroad. RWY 22: Railroad. 

RWY 17-35: H2445X37 (ASPH) 

RWY 17: Road. RWY 35: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Rwy 17-35 loose rocks and vegetation in rwy. Rwy 04-22 and Rwy 17-35 

unmarked. NSTD LIRL Rwy 04-22 due to incorrect spacing. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HOB. 

HOBBS (L)VORTACW 111.0 HOB Chan 47 N32°38.29' W103°16.16' 052° 41.4 NM to fid. 3660/11E. 



SEBAS N26°18.31' W97°39.47' NOTAM FILE HRL. 
NBB(L0M)338 HR 173° 4.6 NM to Valley Intl. 



BROWNSVILLE 
L-20H, 21A 



20 N UTC-6(-5DT) N29°36.14' W97°59.43' 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C 



SEGUIN 

HUBER AIRPARK CIVIC CLUB LLC (E70) 

556 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 1B-34: H3415X50 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWY 16: Brush. RWY 34: Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel self serve. Rwy 16-34 only center 3285' lighted. Landing fee. ACTIVATE LIRL 

Rwy 16-34 — CTAF. NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAT 

SAN ANTONIO (H) VORTACW 116.8 SAT Chan 115 N29°38.64' W98°27.68' 088° 24.7 NM to fid. 
1160/8E. HIWAS. 



SEMINOLE 



GAINES CO (GNC) 3S UTC-6(-5DT) N32°40.52' W102°39.16' 
3315 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,3 TPA— 4332(1017 
RWY 08-26: H5381X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.6% up W 

RWY 08: Rgttfc. RWY 26: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 18'. P-line. 

RWY 17-35: H4999X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.4% up N 
RWY 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 23'. P-line. Rgttfc. 
RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 23'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1430-0000Z:t. Services on call 
after hours 432-758-6455. MIRL Rwy 08-26 and Rwy 17-35 
preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.075 (432) 758-3102. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HOB. 

HOBBS (L) VORTACW 111.0 HOB Chan 47 N32°38.29' 

W103°16.16' 075° 31.3 NM to fid. 3660/11E. 
NDB (MHW) 344 GNC N32°40.30' W102°38.74' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE GNC. Unmonitored. 




SEYMOUR MUNI , M f, 3 n 

1344 B NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H4300X50 (ASPH) 



UTC-6(-5DT) N33°38.92' W99°15.64' 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17B 

IAP 



S-4 MIRL 

RWY 17: Fence. RWY 35: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17-35 NSTD nonprecision instrument markings. Numbers 50' tall. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SPS. 

WICHITA FALLS (H) VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 N33°59.24' W98°35.61' 229° 39.0 NM to fid. 1100/10E 



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SHAMROCK MUNI (2F1) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N35 14.17' W100°11.09' dallas-ft worth 

2369 B FUEL 100LL, MOGAS TPA— 3369(1000) NOTAM FILE FTW L-15C 

RWV 17-35: H3600X60 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWY17:Berm. RWV 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel self svc with credit card. Rwy 17-35 has loose aggregate on rwy. Arpt Igts opr 

dusk-0600Z:t. For MIRL Rwy 17-35 after 0600Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122. 8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MLC. 

SAVRE (L)VORTAC 115.2 SYO Chan 99 N35°20.71' W99°38.12' 247° 27.8 NM to fid. 1990/10E. 



SHEIN N29°54.90' W99°00.57' NOTAM FILE ERV. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 263 ER 305° 5.4 NM to Kerrville Muni/Louis Schreiner Fid. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C 



SHEPPARD AFB/WICHITA FALLS MUNI (see wichita falls) 



SHERMAN MUNI (SWI) 1 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°37.45' W96°35.17' 
745 B S4 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1800(1055) NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 16-34: H4006X75 (ASPH) S-19 MIRL 0.9% up NW 

RWV 16: Tree. RWV 34: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. Fuel avbl with major credit 

card. City ordinance mandates all tkfs on Rwy 34 commence at 

thld markings. High speed, low level passes are prohibited. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

BONHAM (H)VORTACW 114.6 BYP Chan 93 N33°32.25' 
W96°14.05' 280° 18.4 NM to fid. 700/6E. HIWAS. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17C.A 

IAP 




SHERMAN/DENISON 



GRAYSON CO (GYI) 4W UTC-6(-5DT) N33°42.85' W96°40.42' 

749 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 TPA— 1749(1000) NOTAM FILE GYI 
RWV 17L-35R: H9000X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-75, D-100, ST-127, DT-160 MIRL 

RWV 17L: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 2.5°TCH 39'. 

RWV 35R: MALS. VASI(V4L)— GA 2.5°TCH 41'. 
RWV 13-31: H2277X60 (ASPH) 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended daylight hours. For fuel after hours call 

903-786-6001/2666. For assistance after hours, call 

903-786-2904, or fire department 903-786-9841. Mowing ops 

on arpt Mar-Nov. Rwy 17L designated calm wind rwy. Rwy 

17L-35R 5' high distance-to-go markers 150' on east side of rwy 

centerline — unlgtd. MIRL Rwy 17L-35R preset low ints, to 

increase ints and ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 17L and MALS Rwy 

35R — CTAF. VASI Rwy 17L and Rwy 35R continuous. 

NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.775 (903) 786-7790. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.575 UNICOM 122.7 

SHERMAN/DENISON RCO 122.3 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.75 

TOWER 120.575 (1300-0100Z:t) GND CON 124.125 
AIRSPACE: CLASS svc 1300-0100Z}. other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

BONHAM (H)VORTACW 114.6 BYP Chan 93 N33°32.25' W96°14.05 
HIWAS. 

DENISON NDB (MHW) 341 DNI N33°49.44' W96°40.18' 176° 6.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE GYI 

ILS 111.7 l-GYI Rwyl7L. LOC unusable byd 25° right of course. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-6H, L-17C.A 

IAP 




290° 24.4 NM to fid. 700/6E. 



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SHERMAN/DENISON N33°42.84' W96°40.35' 
RCO 122.3 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17C, A 



SINTON 

ALFRED C BUBBA' THOMAS (T69) 2w utc-6(-5dt) 

48 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 14-32: H4323X55 (ASPH) S-S MIRL 

RWY 14: REIL. PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 19'. Thld dsplcd 250'. Trees. 

RWY 32: REIL. PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 21'. Thld dsplcd 400'. Road. 
RWY 03-21: 3100X50 (TURF) 

RWY 03: P-line. RWY 21: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1500-0000Z:t. For fuel or svc after hours, 

call 361-364-5005. Rwy 03-21 not maintained, unsuitable for 

use. Rwy 14-32 grass encroaches on outside 2' of rwy. Windsock 

Igts OTS indef. REIL Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 OTS indef. PAPI Rwy 32 

OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32, REIL Rwy 14 and Rwy 

32— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122. 8 

CORPUS CHRISTI RCO 122.65 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® CORPUS APP/DEP CON 120.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRP. 

CORPUS CHRISTI (H) VORTACW 115.5 CRP Chan 102 N27°54.23' 
W97°26.69' 318° 9.6 NM to fid. 60/9E. HIWAS. 



N28°02.31' W97°32.55' 



SAN ANTONIO 

-20H, 21A, GOMW 

IAP 




SKYDIVE HOUSTON (see waller) 



SKYLARK FLO (see killeen) 



SKYWAY MANOR 



(See PEARLAND) 



SKYWEST INC (see midland) 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-6H 



SLATON MUNI (F49) 2 N UTC-6(-5DT) N33 o 29.09' W101°39.64' 
3123 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 18-36: H4245X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY IB: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. RWY 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t. For arpt mgr after hrs call 806-657-4454. 5' line-of-sight not 

avbl between Rwy 18-36 ends. MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset low ints, to incr ints and ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 18 and Rwy 

36 — CTAF. NOTE: See Special Notices Section — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBB. 

LUBBOCK (L) VORTACW 109.2 LBB Chan 29 N33°42.30' W101°54.84' 125° 18.3 NM to fid. 3310/11E. 
HIWAS. 

SMILEY JOHNSON MUNI/ BASS FLO (see clarendon) 



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SMITHVILLE CRAWFORD MUNI (S4R) 2n utc-6(- 5 dt) 

323 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 17-35: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 17: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 4.0° TCH 34'. Tree. 

RWV 35: PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 23'. P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1500-2300ZT.. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 17-35—123.3. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

INDUSTRY (L)VORTACW 110.2 IDU Chan 39 N29°57.36' 
W96°33.73' 270° 31.8 NM to fid. 419/8E. 



N30-01.69' W97°10.02 




SNYDER 



WINSTON FLD (SNK) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°41.60' W100°57.03 
2430 B FUEL 100LL, JET Al TPA— 3430(1000) NOTAM FILE SNK 
RWV 17-35: H5599X100 (ASPH) S-24 MIRL 

RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Pole. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
RWV 08-26: H4200X75 (ASPH) S-24 1.3% up E 

RWV 08: Trees. Rgttfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-OOOOZt.. Arpt CLOSED Thanksgiving 

Christmas, and Easter. For fuel after hours call 325-573-9506, 

fee charged. Rotating ben OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low 

ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 17 and Rwy 

35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.925 (325) 573-5724 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122. 8 

SNYDER RCO 122.45 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BPG. 

BIG SPRING (L)VORTACW 114.3 BGS Chan 90 N32°23.14' 
W101°29.02' 045° 32.7 NM to fid. 2670/11E. 

SNYDER NDB (MHW) 359 SDR N32°42.08' W100°56.77' at 
fid. NOTAM FILE SNK. 



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SNYDER N32°42.08' W100°56.77' NOTAM FILE SNK. 
NDB (MHW) 359 SDR at Winston Fid. 
RCO 122.45 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
L-17A 



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S0N0RA MUNI (SOA) IN UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 35.14' W100°38.91 
2140 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SOA 
RWY 18-36: H4037X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 18: REIL. PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 29'. Thld dsplcd 93'. 
Trees. 

RWY 36: REIL. PVASI(PSIL)— GA 3.0° TCH 56'. Thld dsplcd 601'. 
Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Zt. Arpt CLOSED to acft 

12,500 lbs and over. 400' AGL tethered balloon 25 NM southeast 
SR-SS. MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset med ints only, ACTIVATE PVASI 
Rwys 18 and 36 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.075 (325) 387-3801. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ECU. 

ROCKSPRINGS <L) VORTAC 111.2 RSG Chan 49 N30°00.88' 

W100°17.99' 322° 38.7 NM to fid. 2310/10E. 
ND6(MHW)371 SOA N30°34.91' W100°38.82' at fid. 
Unmonitored. NOTAM file SOA. 




SOUTH TEXAS INTL AT EDINBURG (See edinburg) 



SOUTHEAST TEXAS RGNL (See beaumont/port Arthur) 



N36°13.26' W101°11.67' 



SPEARMAN MUNI (E42) i n utc-6(-sdt) 

3090 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 02-20: H5022X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 02: PAPI(P2L). Road. RWY 20: PAPI(P2L). 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For fuel call 806-659-2422 and 

hangar space 806-659-2524 Mon-Sat 1330-0100Z4:, other 

hours call 806-659-3707. No line of sight between rwy ends. 

MIRL Rwy 02-20 preset low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE 

PAPI Rwy 02 and Rwy 20—122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

AL6U0UER0UE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BGD. 

60RGER (L)VORTACW 108.6 BGD Chan 23 N35°48.43' 
W101°22.93' 009° 26.4 NM to fid. 3130/11E. 




SPICEWOOD (88R) 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N30°28.68' W98°07.27' SAN ANTONIO 

830 S6 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1830(1000) NOTAM FILE SJT L-19C 

RWY 17-35: H4185X30 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 464'. Tree. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Arpt CLOSED nights. Arpt CLOSED to jet and turbojet acft, except for very 

light jets. Arpt CLOSED to acft over 12,500 GWT. Arpt CLOSED to touch and go landings, ultralights and hang 

gliders. Be alert for deer on and in vicinity of arpt. No line of sight btn rwy ends. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AUS. 

CENTEX (H)VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' W97°31.79' 275° 31.2 NM to fid. 593/6E. 



STAMFORD N32°52.12' W99°44.02' NOTAM FILE FTW. 
NDD (MHW) 290 TMV 349° 2.4 NM to Arledge Fid. 



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ARLEDGE FLD (F56) 4 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32 54.55' W99°44.16 
1561 B S4 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H3705X60 (ASPH) S-4 MIRL 

RWV17: Road. 
RWV 08-26: 2140X100 (TURF-GRVL) 

RWV D8: Road. 
RWV 13-31: 1700X80 (TURF-GRVL) 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300ZT. and Sat 

1400-1800Zt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

ABILENE APP/DEP CON 127.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 

ABILENE (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' 
W99°51.81' 004° 26.5 NM to fid. 1810/10E. 

STAMFORD NDB (MHW) 290 TMV N32°52.12' 

W99°44.02' 349° 2.4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE FTW. 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
L-17B 

IAP 




STANTON MUNI (63F) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N32 o 10.42' W101°49.35' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

2731 B NOTAM FILE SJT L-6H 

RWV 16-34: H4200X60 (ASPH) S-14 LIRL 

RWV 16: Road. RWV 34: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Parachute Jumping. Numerous 300' tall windmills 1.25-3 miles NW, NE and East of 

arpt. Rwy 16-34 LIRL OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAF. 

MIDLAND (L)VORTACW 114.8 MAF Chan 95 N32°00.56' W102°11.42' 051° 21.2 NM to fid. 2860/11E. 



STARN N31-10.07' W97°52.69' NOTAM FILE SJT. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 323 GR 150° 6.5 NM to Robert Gray AAF (Fort Hood). 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19C, 21A 



STEPHENS CO (See BRECKENRIDGE) 



STEPHENVILLE 



CLARK FLD MUNI (SEP) IE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°12.92' W98°10.66 
1321 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SEP 
RWV 14-32: H4209X75 (ASPH) MIRL 0.8% up NW 

RWV 14: PAPI(P2L). Tree. RWV 32: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-OOOOZt-, Sat 

1500-2200Z:t. For fuel after hours call 254-965-6102 or 
254-968-6445. PAEW on ramp. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.075 (254) 965-8672. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

GLEN ROSE (L) VORTACW 115.0 JEN Chan 97 N32°09.58' 
W97°52.65' 276° 15.6 NM to fid. 1300/6E. 



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L-17C 

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SAN ANTONIO 
H-7B, L-19C 



STERLING CITY 

ALVIE COLE RANCH (64F) 12 S UTC-6(-5DT) N31°38.63' W100°58.17' 
2444 NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWY 14-32: 3000X60 (GRVL-TURF) 

RWY 14: Fence. RWY 32: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Livestock on and invof of Rwy. Owner lives at airstrip. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

STINSON MUNI (See SAN ANTONIO) 

STONEWALL N30°12.41' W9B°42.35' NOTAM FILE T82. 

(H)VORTAC 113.8 STV Chan 85 274° 10.8 NM to Gillespie Co. 1530/8E. 
VORTAC unusable 

067°-055° byd 30 NM bio 3300'. 
055°-066° byd 30 NM bio 3000'. 
RCO 122. 1R 113. 8T (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 

STONEWALL CO (see aspermont) 
STRATFORD 

PRONGER BROTHERS RANCH (3E7) 8 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N36°13.17' W102°06.24' WICHI 

3722 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: 4100X40 (TURF) 

RWY 35: Fence. 
RWY 06-24: 3500X40 (TURF) 

RWY 24: Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED indef. Livestock on rwys. Rwy 06-24 and Rwy 17-35 surface is rough 

and contains prairie dog holes. Rwy 06-24 and Rwy 17-35 thlds and edges not marked. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



STRATFORD FLO (H70) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N36°20.74' W102-02.96' 
3668 TPA— 4668(1000) NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 04-22: H3023X32 (ASPH) S-9 LIRL (NSTD) 0.5% up SW 

RWY 04: Road. RWY 22: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Emergency fuel 100LL only. Rwy 04-22 

LIRL OTS indef. Rwy 04-22 NSTD LIRL, Igts located 33' from edge 

of pavement. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

DALHART RCO 122.2 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DHT. 

DALHART (L) VORTACW 112.0 DHT Chan 57 N36°05.49' 
W102°32.68' 046° 28.5 NM to fid. 4020/12E. HIWAS. 




SUDDEN STOP (See COLLINSVILLE) 



SUGAR LAND RGNL (see Houston) 



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SULPHUR SPRINGS MUNI (slr) 2 nw utc-6(-5dt 

489 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SLR 
RWV 18-36: H5001X75 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 0.5% up S 

RWV 18: REIL. RWV 36: Bldg. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400Zt-SS, Sun by request. For 

arpt attendant on Sun call 903-885-4911 during normal 

attendance hrs. Birds on and invof arpt. Ldg adjacent Rwy 18-36 

on grass strip prohibited. Light sport acft opr on west side of rwy. 

ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 18— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.35 (903)885-9505. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SLR. 

(L) VORW/DME 109.0 SLR Chan 27 N33°11.91' W95°32.56 
232° 4.6 NM to fid. 508/8E. 



N33°09.59' W95°37.27' 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 

H— 61, L-17D 

IAP 




SUNRAY (X43) 1 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N36°01.75' W101°49.73' WICHITA 

3507 B TPA— 4507(1000) NOTAM FILE FTW L-15B 

RWV 02-20: 3760X50 (GRVL) 

RWV 02: P line. RWV 20: Road. 

RWV 17-35: H3250X50 (ASPH) S-13 LIRL 

RWV 17: Road. RWV 35: Railroad. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Rotating ben OTS indef. 10' AGL gas well located 375' east of south end Rwy 

02-20. Well head 10' high, 147' left of Rwy 20 end. Rwy 17-35 multiple potholes at AER 17 between rwy end 

and numbers. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BGD. 

BORGER (L)VORTACW 108.6 BGD Chan 23 N35°48.43' W101°22.93' 291° 25.5 NM to fid. 3130/11E. 



SUNRISE BEACH 



(See SUNRISE BEACH VILLAGE) 



SUNRISE BEACH VILLAGE 

SUNRISE BEACH (2KL) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°35.93' W98°24.52' SAN ANTONIO 

854 S4 NOTAM FILE SJT 

RWV 12-30: 2649X110 (TURF-GRVL) LIRL 
RWV 12: Tree. RWY 30: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. In emergency call 325-247-5767 Llano Sheriff Department. Be alert for deer on and 
invof rwy. For acft sve call 512-755-0399. PAEW adjacent Rwy 12-30. No touch and go ops. Transient parking 
limited to 72 hrs. Trees in apch area and hangars within 60' of rwy. 20-30' trees along both sides of rwy 75' 
each side of rwy centerline. PAEW and 4' deep by 40' wide trench 25' from AER 12. Rwy 12-30 thlds marked 
with white tires. Arpt Igts ops dusk-0430Zt. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF: 122.9 



SWEETWATER N32°27.70' W100°27.94' 
NDB(MHW)275 SWW at Avenger Fid. 



NOTAM FILE SWW. 



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AVENGER FLD (SWW) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N32 o 28.04' W100-27.99 
2380 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE SWW 
RWY 17-35: H5840X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.5% up S 

RWV 17: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWY 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
RWY 04-22: H5659X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.8% up SW 

RWY 04: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Pole. 

RWY 22: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-OOOOZt-. For fuel after hours call 

325-235-8475. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.025 (325) 236-9652. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

ABILENE APP/DEP CON 127.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 

ABILENE (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' 
W99°51.81' 259° 30.6 NM to fid. 1810/10E. 

SWEETWATER NDB (MHW) 275 SWW N32°27.70' W100°27.94' 
at fid. NOTAM FILE SWW. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-6G. L-17A 

IAP 




SYCAMORE STRIP (see fort worth) 



TAHOKA 



T-BAR (2F4) 1 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°10.62' W101°49.19' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

3126 B NOTAM FILE FTW L-6H 

RWY 17-35: H3278X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 17: Road. Rgt tfc. RWY 35: Road. 

RWY 08-26: 2543X33 (GRVL) S-10 

RWY 08: Post. RWY 26: Road. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Heavy duster activity May thru Oct. 20' AGL irrigation equipment 300' north 

AER 35. Rwy 08-26 thlds not defined. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — 122.8. Only 

south 3093' Rwy 17-35 lighted. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 UNICOM OTS indef. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LBB. 

LUBBOCK (L)VORTACW 109.2 LBB Chan 29 N33°42.30' W101°54.84' 160° 32.0 NM to fid. 
3310/11E. HIWAS. 



TARRANT FLD (see mount selman) 



TAYLOR (SeeQUINLAN) 



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TAYLOR MUNI (T74) 2W UTC-6(-5DT) N30°34.36' W97°26.59 
600 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 17-35: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 1.3% up N 
RWV 17: VASI (NSTD). Pole. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 35: VASI (NSTD). Thld dsplcd 249'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. Helicopter svc also avbl. 
PAEW E side of arpt. Numerous agricultural ops invof arpt during 
dalgt hrs. Rwy 17 and Rwy 35 NSTD single box VASI on left side. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® AUSTIN APP/DEP CON 127.225 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AUS. 

CENTEX (H)VORTACW 112.8 CWK Chan 75 N30°22.71' 
W97°31.79' 015° 12.5 NM to fid. 593/6E. 




T-BAR (See TAHOKA) 



TEAGUE MUNI (68F) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N31 39.68' W96°18.60' HOUSTON 

525 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW L-19D, A 

RWV 15-33: H3300X50 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 

RWV 15: Trees. RWV 33: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel 24 hr self service. Mowing ops on arpt summer months. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

CEDAR CREEK (L) VORTACW 114.8 CQY Chan 95 N32°11.14' W96°13.09' 183° 31.8 NM to fid. 400/6E. 



(TPL) 5 NW UTC-6(-5DT) 



TEMPLE 

DRAUGHON-MILLER CENTRAL TEXAS RGNL 

N31°09.15' W97°24.47' 
682 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, A1+ ARFF Index-See Remarks 
RWV 15-33: H6301X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-55, D-70, ST-88, 

DT-110 MIRL 

RWV 15: MALSR. RWY 33: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. 

RWV 02-20: H4740X100 (ASPH) S-31, D-37 MIRL 

RWV 20: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



NOTAM FILE TPL 



SAN ANTONIO 

H-6H, L-19C, 21A 

IAP 



RWV 02: 
RWV 15 
RWV 20: 
RWV 33: 



TORA-4740 
TORA-6301 
TORA-4740 
TORA-6301 



TODA-4740 
T0DA-6301 
TODA-4740 
TODA-6301 



ASDA-4740 
ASDA-6301 
ASDA-4740 
ASDA-6301 



LDA-4740 
LDA-6301 
LDA-4740 
LDA-6301 




AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0400Z:t. Glider ops 1.5 miles north 

of Rwy 15 thld. ARFF not avbl 0400-1100Z:t. Class IV, Index A. 

CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier operations with more than 30 

passenger seats except 24 hours PPR, call arpt manager 

254-298-5770. ARFF protection meets Index B. Military 

helicopter training on arpt. PAEW adjacent all twys and rwys. 

ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 20— CTAF. After 0400Z:t MIRL Rwy 15-33 

preset low intensity, to increase intensity and ACTIVATE MALSR 

Rwy 15— CTAF. MIRL Rwy 02-20 not avbl after 0400ZJ;. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 134.975 (254) 774-8337. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

TEMPLE RCO 122. 1R 110. 4T (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® GRAV APP/DEP CON 120.075 CLNC DEL 125.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc 1200-0500Z:t other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TPL. 

TEMPLE (DVOR/DME 110.4 TPL Chan 41 N31°12.56' W97°25.50' 156° 3.5 NM to fid. 710/9E. 

ILS/DME 111.5 l-TPL Chan 52 Rwy 15. Class IE. LOC rstd on right side byd 25° due to Hood MOA. 



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TEMPLE N31°12.56' W97°25.50' NOTAM FILE TPL. 

(DVOR/DME 110.4 TPL Chan 41 156° 3.5 NM to Draughon-Miller 

Centra] Texas Rgnl. 710/9E. 
RCO 122. 1R 110. 4T (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 



SAN ANTONIO 
H-6H, L-19C, 21A 



TERLINGUA RANCH (see alpine) 



TERRELL CO (see dryden) 



1 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°42.55' W96°16.04' 
100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE TRL 

MIRL 0.4% up N 



MIRL 



TERRELL MUNI itrl, 

474 B S4 FUEL 

RWY 17-35: H5006X75 (ASPH) S-12 

RWV 17: LDIN REIL. PAPI(P4L). Tree. 

RWY 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
RWY 14-32: H3014X75 (ASPH) S-12 

RWY 14: PAPI(P2L). Road. RWY 32: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0200Zt-. For attendant after hours 

call 972-563-1749 or 972-524-6189. Birds on and invof arpt. 

ACTIVATE LDIN and PAPI Rwy 17 and PAPI Rwy 35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATE SOURCES: ASOS 119.275 (972) 551-1334. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

CEDAR CREEK (L) VORTACW 114.8 CQY Chan 95 N32°11.14' 
W96°13.09' 349° 31.4 NM to fid. 400/6E. 

TRAVIS NDB (MHW) 260 AVZ N32°45.61' W96°14.95' 191° 
3.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE TRL. Unmonitored 0200-1400Z:t. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-BH, L-17D, A 

IAP 




TERRY CO (See BROWNFIELD) 



TEXICO N34°29.71' W102°50.38' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(H) VORTACW 112.2 TXO Chan 59 240° 12.6 NM to Clovis Muni, NM 4060/11E. 



ALBUQUERQUE 
H-6G, L-6H 



THE CARTER MEM (see luling) 



THREE RIVERS N28°30.30' W98°09.03' NOTAM file sjt. 

(L)VORTAC 111.4 THX Chan 51 160° 8.7 NM to Live Oak Co. 270/8E. 
RCO 122. 1R 111.4T (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 



SAN ANTONIO 
H-7B, L-20H 



THROCKMORTON MUNI (72F) IE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°10.76' W99°08.99' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

1273 B NOTAM FILE FTW L-17B 

RWY 17-35: H3720X60 (ASPH) S-12 LIRL 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 525'. RWY 35: Thld dsplcd 505'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Construction underway at airport no "X's" present. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SPS. 

WICHITA FALLS (H) VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 N33°59.24' W98°35.61' 200° 55.9 NM to fid. 1100/10E. 



TOMHI N32°17.93' W99°40.45' NOTAM FILE ABI. 
NDB(L0M)353 AB 349° 6.8 NM to Abilene Rgnl. 


DALLAS-FT. WORTH 


TOWN AND COUNTRY AIRPARK (see lubbockj 


T P Mc CAMPBELL (see ingleside) 


TRADEWIND (see amarillo) 


TRAVIS N32°45.61' W96°14.95' NOTAM FILE TRL. 

NDB (MHW) 260 AVZ 191° 3.2 NM to Terrell Muni. Unmonitored 0200-1400Z:t. 


DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

A 


TRINITY N29°32.78' W94°44.85'. NOTAM FILE CXO. 

(DVORW/DME 113.6 MHF Chan 83 011° 14.1 NM to Chambers Co. 38/7E. 


HOUSTON 
H-7C, L-19E, 21A. GOMW 



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TRUAX FLD 



(See CORPUS CHRISTI NAS) 



TRUAX N27°41.18' W97°17.68' NOTAM FILE CRP. 

(L)VORTAC 114.0 NGP Chan 87 at Corpus Christi NAS (Truax Fid). TACAN 
unusable byd 35 NM bio 1,000'. VOR portion unusable 012°-020°, 200°- 



BROWNSVILLE 
L-20H, 21A, GOMW 



TSTC WACO 



(See WACO) 



(106) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) 



TULIA 

CITY OF TULIA/SWISHER CO MUNI 

N34°34.01' W101°46.89' 
3503 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 18-3B: H4900X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 36: Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel avbl with credit card. For 

assistance call 806-627-7719. Livestock invof arpt. Rwy 18-36 

preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — 122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

PANHANDLE (H)VORTACW 116.6 PNH Chan 113 N35°14.10' 
W101°41.94' 178° 40.2 NM to fid. 3595/8E. HIWAS. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-6H 




TUSCOLA N32°14.15' W99°49.01' NOTAM FILE FTW. 

(DVORW/DME 111.6 TQA Chan 53 340° 11.2 NM to Dyess AFB. 2018/10E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
H-6H, L-17B 



TWIN-OAKS (See SAN ANTONIO) 



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TYLER POUNDS RGNL (TYR) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N32°21.25' W95°24.15' 

544 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,3 ARFF Index— See Remarks NOTAM FILE TYR 
RWY 04-22: H7200X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-40, D-60, ST-84, DT-100 MIRL 
RWY 04: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RWY 22: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Tree. 
RWY 13-31: H5200X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-40, D-60, DT-100 
HIRL 0.5% up SE 
RWY 13: MALSR. Pole. 

RWY 31: ODALS. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. Road. 
RWY 17-35: H4850X150 (ASPH) S-40, D-60, DT-100 
MIRL 0.5% up S 
RWY 17: Tree. RWY 35: Tree. 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

H-61, L-17D 

IAP, AD 



RWY 04: 
RWY 13 
RWY 17 
RWY 22: 
RWY 31 
RWY 35: 



T0RA-7200 
TORA-5200 
TORA-4850 
T0RA-7200 
TORA-5200 
TORA-4850 



ASDA-7200 
ASDA-5200 
ASDA-4850 
ASDA-7200 
ASDA-5200 
ASDA-4850 




TODA-7200 
TODA-5200 
T0DA-4850 
TODA-7200 
TODA-5200 
TODA-4850 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0400ZT-. For fuel after hours call 
903-597-1334 or 903-595-4255. Class I, ARFF Index A. ARFF 
Index B avbl. Helicopters operating inbound/outbound to /from the 
downtown hospitals state intention on 123.075. West side passenger terminal ramp access rstd to air carrier. 
Noise abatement procedures in effect Call 903-590-3048. When twr clsd ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 04-22 and Rwy 
17-35, MALSR Rwy 13, ODALS Rwy 31 and twy lights-120.1, HIRL Rwy 13-31 preset medium ints, to increase 
ints ACTIVATE-120.1. PAPI Rwy 04, VASI Rwy 22 and Rwy 31 operate continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (903) 535-9105. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.1 ATIS 126.25 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122.3 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® LONGVIEW APP/DEP CON 128.75 (1200-0400Zfl 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.25 (0400-1200Zt) 
TOWER 120.1 (1230-0330Z4:) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1230-0330Zt other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TYR. 

(T) VORW/DME 114.2 TYR Chan 89 N32°21.35' W95°24.21' at fid. 540/6E. 

INDOO NDB (LOM) 320 TY N32°24.95' W95°28.18' 131° 5.0 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.9 l-TYR Rwy 13. Classic. LOM INDOO NDB Unmonitored when twr clsd. 



TYLER CO (See WOODVILLE) 



UPTON CO (See MCCAMEY) 



UVALDE 



GARNER FLD (UVA) 3E UTC-6(-5DT) N29°12.68' W99°44.62' SAN ANTONIO 

942 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A OX 1, 2, 3, 4 NOTAM FILE UVA H-7B, L-19B 

RWY 15-33: H5256X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-40, DT-40 MIRL 0.3% up NW IAP 

RWY 15: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 46'. Trees. RWY 33: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 29'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Zt. Turf strip 3300'X75' parallel to and E of Rwy 15-33 used by crop 

dusters only. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 15-33— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 124.175 (830) 278-8862. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

UVALDE RCO 123.65 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.95 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ERV. 

CENTER POINT (H)VORTAC 117.5 CSI Chan 122 N29°55.34' W99°12.87' 205° 50.8 NM to fid. 2080/8E. 

UVALDE NDB (MHW) 281 UVA N29°10.66' W99°43.54' 328° 2.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE UVA. 



UVALDE N29°10.66' W99°43.54' NOTAM FILE UVA. 
NDB (MHW) 281 UVA 328° 2.2 NM to Garner Fid. 
RCO 123.65 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19B 



VALLEY INTL (see harlingenj 



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VALLEY MILLS MUNI (9F1) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N31 37.26' W97°25.77' SAN ANTONH 

751 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 06-24: 3028X40 (TURF) 

RWY24:Tree. 
RWV 14-32: 2788X40 (TURF) 

RWV 14: Road. RWV 32: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Remote Controlled acft opr in immediate vicinity of arpt. 1' ditches on edges of Rwy 

24. Rwy 06-24 and Rwy 14-32 rough. All rwys soft when wet. Rwy 06-24 white painted tires outline rwy and 

thlds. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



VALTR N31°51.62' W106°19.06' NOTAM FILE ELP. 
NDB (HW/LOM) 242 EL 212° 4.4 NM to El Paso Intl. 



EL PASO 

L-6F 



VAN HORN 



MIRL 


0.6% up SW 


Brush. 




MIRL 


0.9% up W 



CULBERSON CO (VHN) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N31°03.47' W104°47.03 

3957 B FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE ABQ 

RWV 03-21: H6000X75 (ASPH) S-15 

RWV 03: VASI(V2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 23'. 

RWV 21: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. 

RWV 07-25: H5353X75 (ASPH) S-15 

RWV 07: Brush. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For fuel call 432-283-2237/ 
2920/2003. MIRL Rwy 03-21 and Rwy 07-25 preset low ints 
SS-SR, to increase ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. After SR 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
ALBUQUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.875 6C0 121.725 

(ALBUQUERQUE FSS) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABQ. 

HUDSPETH (L)VORTACW 115.0 HUP Chan 97 N31°34.12' 

W105°22.58' 123° 43.2 NM to fid. 4390/12E. 
VAN HORN NDB (MHW) 233 VHN N31°03.70' W104°47.20' 
fid. NOTAM FILE ABQ. Unmonitored. 




VAN HORN N31°03.70' W104°47.20' NOTAM FILE ABQ. 
NDB (MHW) 233 VHN at Culberson Co. Unmonitored. 


EL PASO 

L-GJ 


VAN ZANDT COUNTY RGNL (See wills point) 


VEELS N32°27.34' W94°47.86' NOTAM FILE GGG. 
NDB(LOM)410 GG 128° 6.1 NM to East Texas Rgnl. 


MEMPHIS 



VEGA 



OLDHAM CO (E52) 2 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N35°13.92' W102°23.95' ALBUQUERQUE 

3995 B NOTAM FILE FTW L-15B 

RWV 17-35: H4200X60 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWV 17: PAPI (P2L) P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35 and PAPI Rwy 17— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AMA. 

PANHANDLE (H)VORTACW 116.6 PNH Chan 113 N35°14.10' W101°41.94' 262° 34.4 NM to fid. 3595/8E. 



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VERNON 



WILBARGER CO (F05) 4 N UTC-6(-5DT) N34°13.54' W99°17.03 
1265 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE F05 
RWY 02-20: H5099X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-40, DT-60 MIRL 

RWY 20: VASI(V4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Road. 
RWY 16-34: H4304X80 (ASPH) S-IO MIRL 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z1;. For fuel after hours call 

940-839-6365. ACTIVATE VASI Rwy 20— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.525 (940) 552-8600 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ALTUS APP/DEP CON 125.1 (Mon-Fri 1430-0830Zt except Federal 
hols) 
FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.4 133.5 (Mon-Fri 
0830-1430Zi;, Sat-Sun and Federal hols 24 hrs) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SPS. 
WICHITA FALLS (H)VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 N33°59.24' 

W98°35.61' 283° 37.2 NM to fid. 1100/10E. 
ND6(MHW)230 VRT N34°13.56' W99°16.76' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE F05. Unmonitored. 



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VICTORIA RGNL (VCT) 5 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N28°51.15' W96°55.11' 

115 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE VCT 

RWY 12L-30R: H9101X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-28, D-49, ST-64, DT-87 HIRL 

RWY 12L: MALSR. 

RWY 30R: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 17-35: H4899X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-28, D-49, 

DT-87 MIRL 

RWY 17: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Fence. 

RWY 35: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Pole. 
RWY 12R-30L: H4643X150 (CONC) S-28, D-49, DT-87 

RWY 12R: Thld dsplcd 431'. Rgt tfc. 



HOUSTON 

H-7C, L-201, 21A 

IAP 



RWY 30L: Thld dsplcd 551'. Pole. 

RWY 06-24: H4200X75 (ASPH) S-28, D- 
RWY06: P-line. 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY 06: TORA-4200 T0DA-4200 
RWY 12L: T0RA-9101 TODA-9101 
RWY 12R: TORA-4643 T0DA-4643 
RWY 17: TORA-4899 TODA-4899 
RWY 24: TORA-4200 TODA-4200 
RWY30L: TORA-4643 T0DA-4643 
RWY30R: TORA-9101 TODA-9101 
RWY 35: TORA-4899 TODA-4899 



49, DT-87 



ASDA-4200 
ASDA-9101 
ASDA-4643 
ASDA-4899 
ASDA-4200 
ASDA-4643 
ASDA-9101 
ASDA-4899 




AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1200-0200Z1;, Sun 1400-0200Z:L\ CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier ops with 
more than 9 passenger seats except PPR, call 361-578-2704, after hours 361-575-0651. Rwy 06-24, Rwy 
12R-30L and Rwy 17-35 not available for air carrier ops with more than 9 passenger seats. Rwy 06-24 
northwest 2800' of rwy grvd. HIRL Rwy 12L-30R preset low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 
12L — CTAF. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset med ints only. PAPI Rwy 30R, Rwy 17 and Rwy 35 opr continuously. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.025 (361) 578-9916. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.075 ATIS 119.025 UNICOM 122.7 
RCO 122.2 (MONTGOMERY COUNTY RADIO) 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.05 

TOWER 126.075 (1300-0400Z1;) GND CON 120.525 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc (1300-0400Z1;) other times CLASS E. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE VCT. 

(DVORW/DME 109.0 VCT Chan 27 N28°54.02' W96°58.74' 126° 4.3 NM to fid. 130/6E. 

FOSTR NDB (LOM) 226 VC N28°54.91' W97°00.03' 125° 5.7 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 111.5 l-VCT Chan 52 Rwy 12L. Class IE. LOM FOSTR NDB. LOC unmonitored. 

HELIPAD HI: H60X60 (ASPH) 



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WACO 



BOYD FIELD (54x> sw utc-6(-5dt) 

570 NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWV 03-21: 1950X60 (TURF) 

RWV 05-23195OX6O (TURF) 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0200Z:t. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



N31°04.11' W097°18.06' 
Not Insp 



SAN ANTONIO 

H-6H, L-19D, 21 A 

IAP 



MC GREGOR EXECUTIVE (PWG) 4W UTC-6(-5DT) N31 o 29.10' W97°18.99' 
592 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al + 0X3,4 NOTAM FILE PWG 
RWV 17-35: H5501X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.4% up N 

RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 37'. Trees. 

RWV 35: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
RWV 04-22: H3484X55 (ASPH) S-12 

RWV 04: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:t.. For fuel after hours call 254-848-2345. Military fuel contract. Calm wind 

less than 5 kts use Rwy 17. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 135.525 (254) 848-4581. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® WACO APP CON 135.2 DEP CON 126.125 (1200-0600Z:t) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.3 (0600-1200Z:t) 

GCO 121.725 (WACO CLNC and FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ACT. 

WACO (H)VORTACW 115.3 ACT Chan 100 N31°39.74' W97°16.14' 184° 10.9 NM to fid. 510/9E. 
HIWAS. 

ASR (1200-0600Z4:) 



SAN 
H-GH, 



MIRL 



ANTONIO 
L-19D. A 

IAP, AD 



TSTC WACO (CNW) 8 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N31°38.27' W97°04.45 
470 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17L-35R: H8600X150 (ASPH) S-50, D-200, ST-175, DT-450 

RWV 17L: MALSR. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. 

RWV 35R: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 17R-35L: H6292X75 (CONC) S-25, D-76, ST-96, DT-140 

RWV 17R: Rgt tfc. RWV 35L: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OOOOZt-. Seasonal migratory birds 

and waterfowl. Radio blind spots at the south end of the arpt. 

Areas not visible from the twr at the south end of the arpt. Night 

ops 24 hours advance notice, call 254-867-3866. Auxiliary 

power unit available for jet acft. Rwy 17R-35L CLOSED SS-SR, 

avbl ngt for taxiing only. Rwy 17R-35L green centerline reflectors 

along full length of rwy. When twr clsd MIRL Rwy 17L-35R preset 

low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 17L and VASI 

Rwy 17L and Rwy 35R— 121.7. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 134.225 (254) 867-3880. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.0 UNICOM 122.95 

WACO RCO 122.15 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® WACO APP CON 135.2 DEP CON 126.125 (1200-0600ZJ;) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.3 (0600-1200Z:t) 

TOWER 124.0 (1300-0500Z:t) GND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1300-0500Z:t other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ACT. 

WACO (H)VORTACW 115.3 ACT Chan 100 N31°39.74' W97°16.14 
HIWAS. 

LEROI NOD (LOM) 378 CN N31°44.46' W97°04.69' 171° 6.2 NM to fid. 

ROBINSON NOD (MHW) 400 ROB N31°30.23' W97°04.18' 351° 8.0 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE FTW 

ILS 110.7 l-CNW Rwy 17L. LOM LEROI NDB. ILS unmonitored. 

ASR (1200-0600ZT.) 





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WACO RGNL (act) 5 nw utc-6(-5dt) 

516 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A OX 1 
RWY 01-19: H6596X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-50, 
RWY 01: VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. Road. 



N31°36.68' W97°13.S3' 
Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE ACT 
D-82, ST-121 HIRL 
RWY 19: MALSR 



RWY 14-32: H5896X150 (ASPH) S-50, D-82, ST-104 
RWY 14: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 59'. 
RWY 32: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 59'. Road. 

LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 



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HOLD SHORT POINT 


DIST AVDL 






RWY 14 


01- 


19 


5150 






RWY 19 


14- 


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6050 






NWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 








RWY 01: 


TORA-6596 


TODA-5595 


ASDA-6596 


LDA 


-6596 


RWY 14: 


TORA-5895 


TODA-5896 


ASDA-5896 


LDA 


-5896 


RWY 19: 


TORA-6596 


TODA-6596 


ASDA-6596 


LDA 


-6596 


RWY 32: 


TORA-5896 


TODA-5896 


ASDA-5896 


LDA 


-5896 




AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1045-0500Zt. PPR for unscheduled air 

carrier ops call arpt manager 254-750-8657. Twy C exit only. 

MIRL Rwy 14-32, REIL Rwy 14 and twy Igts preset low ints, when 

wind favors, otherwise not available. When twr clsd HIRL Rwy 

01-19 and MALSR Rwy 19 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. NOTE: See Special Notices— Model Aircraft 

Activity. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (254) 754-6148. HIWAS 115.3 ACT. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.3 ATIS 123.85 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.15 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® APP CON 135.2 (1200-0600Z^) 
® DEP CON 126.125 (1200-0600Z:t) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.3 (0600-1200ZJ:) 

TOWER 119.3 (1200-0600Z:t) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0600Zt other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ACT. 

(H)VORTACW 115.3 ACT Chan 100 N31°39.74' W97°16.14' 138° 3.6 NM to fid. 510/9E. I 

COFFI NDD (LOM) 358 AC N31°41.64' W97°12.23' 186° 4.5 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 109.7 l-ACT Chan 34 Rwy 19. Class IE. LOM COFFI NDB. Unmonitored when twr 

ASR (1200-0600Zt) 



(73F) 8 NE UTC-6(-5DT) 



WINGS FOR CHRIST INTL FLIGHT ACADEMY 

N31°37.43' W97°01.35' 
455 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 16-34: 3000X80 (TURF) LIRL 

RWY IB: Thld dsplcd 315'. Road. RWY 34: Tree. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. +4' fence along both sides of rwy 70' from centerline south half of rwy. 

ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 16-34— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



WALDRON FLD NOLF (nwl) N27°3s.oo' W97°is.78' notam file sjt. 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1330Zt-SS except holidays other times Class G. 



BROWNSVILLE 
L-21A 



WALLER 



HOUSTON 



SKYDIVE HOUSTON (37X) 4S UTC-6(-5DT) N29°59.60' W95°55.82' 
235 B S2 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 17-35: 4190X50 (ASPH-TRTD) 

RWY 17: Trees. 

RWY 35: Trees. 
RWY N-S: 3030X53 (TURF) LIRL 

RWYN: Brush. 

RWY S: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. High concentration of skydiving activity within 3NM radius of arpt. For repairs call 

936-931-1600. Rwy 17-35 CLOSED indef. Rwy 17-35 severely grass encroached. 2950' of Rwy N-S avbl for 

ngt ops, Rwy N thld relocated 440' at ngt. Rotating ben OTS indef. Rwy N-S LIRL OTS indef. ACTIVATE LIRL RWY 

N-S— CTAF. Call 832-607-5698 for availability. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

WARD AIRPARK (see beasleyj 



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WEATHERFORD 

HORSESHOE BEND (F7S) 12 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°34.37' W97°52.35' DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

715 NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWV 17-35: 3000X30 (GRVL) 

RWV 17: Fence. RWY35:Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Watch for deer and motor vehicles on rwy. Rwy 35 +70' trees at 635' SO' east of 
centerline and +20' p-line at 650' on centerline. Rwy 17-35 grass growing thru the entire length of rwy. Use 
extreme care ultralight activity on and invof arpt. Off arpt strobe light by prior request call 817-596-9335. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



PARKER CO (WEA) 5E UTC-6(-5DT) N32°44.78' W97°40.95' 
990 S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H2889X40 (ASPH) S-7.5 LIRL (NSTD) 
RWV 17: Thld dsplcd 219'. Tree. RWV 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0200Z4:. Fuel avbl 24 hrs self 

serve. Wildlife invof arpt. Rwy 17-35 restricted to acft 7500 lbs or 
less. Arpt CLOSED to transient student training. Rwy 17-35 NSTD 
LIRL. Rwy 17 night dsplcd thld 2 clear Igts, 2 red Igts on rwy end. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® RGNL APP/DEP CON 135.975 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

MILLSAP (H)VORTACW 117.7 MQP Chan 124 N32°43.58' 
W97°59.84' 077° 16.0 NM to fid. 890/9E. 



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DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17B 



MARIAN AIRPARK (F06) i se utc-6(-5dt> 

2008 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 12-30: H4035X60 (ASPH) S-2.5 MIRL 

RWV 12: Thld dsplcd 525'. Road. RWV 30: Road. 

RWV 17-35: 1700X175 (TURF) 

RWV 17: Road. 
RWV 04-22: 1010X135 (TURF) 

RWV 22: Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z+. Rotating ben OTS indef. Extensive agricultural ops during spring and 

summer. Rwy 17-35 marked with +2' barrel halves painted black and yellow. Rwy 04-22 marked with +3' barrel 

halves painted black and yellow. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CDS. 

CHILDRESS (L)VORTACW 117.6 CDS Chan 123 N34°22.14' W100°17.34' 359° 28.9 NM to fid. 1920/10E. 
HIWAS. 



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WESLACO 



MID VALLEY (T65) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N26 o 10.66' W97°58.38 
70 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE T65 
RWY 13-31: H4998X70 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 13: LDIN. REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Thld dsplcd 

172'. Road. 

RWY 31: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Pole. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OlOOZt-. Prior arrangement required 

other times for airport attendant. Fuel svcs available 24 hours. 

MIRL Rwy 13-31 and LDIN Rwy 13 preset low ints, to increase 

ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 13 and Rwy 31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.575 (956) 447-0502. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® VALLEY APP/DEP CON 121.0 CLNC DEL 125.95 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HRL. 

HARLINGEN (L) VORW/DME 109.2 HRL Chan 29 N26°13.75' 
W97°39.12' 251° 17.6 NM to fid. 30/5E. HIWAS. 




WEST CAMERON (CRH) N28 54.52' W93°18.10' 
AWOS-3 120.625 



WESTHEIMER AIR PARK (See Houston) 



WEST HOUSTON (See Houston) 



WHARTON 

LACKEY AVIATION (94R) 5 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N29°15.97' W96°00.46' 
90 NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 15-33: H2167X20 (ASPH) 

RWY 15: Fence. RWY 33: Building. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For arpt attendant call 979-532-4931. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



WHARTON RGNL (ARM) 5 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N29°15.26' W96°09.26 
100 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ARM 
RWY 14-32: H5004X75 (ASPH) S-22 MIRL 
RWY 14: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. P-line. 
RWY 32: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-OOOOZt-. Self serve fuel after hrs 

with credit card. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32 —CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.475 (979) 532-2791. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

EAGLE LAKE (H) VORW/DME 116.4 ELA Chan 111 N29°39.75' 

W96°19.03' 153° 25.9 NM to fid. 190/8E. 
NDD(MHW)245 ARM N29°15.28' W96°09.12' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE ARM. 



HOUSTON 

H-7C, L-19D, 21A, GOMW 

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WHEELER MUNI (T59) 4 E UTC-6(-5DT) N35°27.07' W100°12.00' 
2470 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H3565X60 (ASPH) S-12 LIRL 1.1% up S 

RWV 35: Thld dsplcd 57'. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For fuel call 806-826-5537 (Sheriff's 

office). 407' AGL tower 19 NM SSW of arpt. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF: 122.9 
® ALBUOUERQUE CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MLC. 

SAVRE (L)VORTAC 115.2 SYO Chan 99 N35°20.71' 
W99°38.12' 273° 28.4 NM to fid. 1990/10E. 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-15C 

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WHITESBORO 

FLYING H RANCH (T29) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°37.94' W96°56.45' 
760 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 18-36: 2500X200 (TURF) 

RWV 18: Thld dsplcd 600'. Trees. RWV 36: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer on and invof arpt. 75' marked p-lines 900' from Rwy 18 across centerline. No 

student training. No touch and go ops. Rwy 18 dsplcd thld marked with white cone tiles on each side of rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



(F50) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°55.51' W97°21.88' 



SAN ANTONIO 



WHITNEY 

LAKE WHITNEY STATE PARK 

564 NOTAM FILE FTW 

RWV 17-35: H2000X50 (ASPH) S-10 

RWV 17: Tree. RWV 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer on and invof arpt. Turnaround on Rwy 35 often used for acft parking. Ultralight 

aircraft prohibited. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



WICHITA FALLS N33°59.24' W98°35.61' NOTAM FILE SPS. 
(H)VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 

196° 2.6 NM to Wichita Valley. 1100/10E. 
RCO 122.65 (FORT WORTH RADIO). 



DALLAS-FT WORTH 
H-6H, L-17B 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 

L-17B 

IAP 



WICHITA FALLS 

KICKAPOO DOWNTOWN (CWC) 3S UTC-6(-5DT) N33°51.64' W98°29.42' 
1003 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1800(797) NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 17-35: H4450X75 (CONC) S-30 MIRL 0.5% up S 

RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 37'. Thld dsplcd 150'. Road. 

RWV 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. Thld dsplcd 250'. Highway. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200Zt. CAUTION: Do not mistake KICKAPOO DOWNTOWN for SHEPPARD 

AFB/WICHITA FALLS MUNI 7 miles N. Intensive jet trainer tfc 2300-3000' MSL within Alert Area A-636. Remain 

bio 1800' MSL until in radar etc with apch ctl for tfc advisories. Antennas 2051' and 2047' MSL 3-5 miles NW 

of arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35, PAPI Rwy 17 and REIL Rwy 17 and Rwy 35— CTAF. NOTE: See Special 

Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.625 (940) 766-2967. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® SHEPPARD APP/DEP CON 120.4 (Mon-Fri 1200-0300Z:t Sun 1800-2300Z:t, exc hoi.) CLNC DEL 121.2 
940-676-8354 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 (Mon-Fri 0300-1200ZI, Sun 2300-1800Z:t, Sat and holidays 24 hrs.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SPS. 

WICHITA FALLS (H)VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 N33°59.24' W98°35.61' 136° 9.2 NM to fid. 1100/10E. 

SCOTLAND NDB (MHW) 344 SKB N33°46.94' W98°29.29' 359° 4.7 NM to fid. Unmonitored 0200-1200Z°f. 



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SHEPPARD AFB/WICHITA FALLS MUNI (spsxksps) civ/mil sn utc-6<-5dt) dallas-ft. worth 

N33°59.33' W98°29.51' H-6H, L-17B 

1019 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,4 TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index A IAP, DIAP, AD 

NOTAM FILE SPS 

RWY 15R-33L: H13101X300 (CONC) S-60, D-200, ST-175, DT-345, SBTT-593, DDT-840, TRT-585 
PCN 94 R/B/B/W/T HIRL 

RWY 15R: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 33L: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 56'. 

RWY 15C-33C: H10003X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-60, D-160, ST-175, DT-250 PCN 34 F/B/W/T HIRL 
RWY 15C: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 46'. RWY 33C: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 48'. 

RWY 17-35: H7021X150 (ASPH) S-20, D-45, DT-80 PCN 13 F/C/W/T HIRL 
RWY 17: LDIN. Rgt tfc. RWY 35: REIL. 

RWY 15L-33R: H6000X150(ASPH-C0NC) S-20, D-45, DT-80 PCN 26 R/B/W/T HIRL 0.3% up NW 
RWY 15L: REIL. RWY 33R: REIL. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEMS 

RWY 15R MA-1A CHAG (145' OVRN) MA-1A CHAG (144' OVRN) -> RWY 33L 

RWY 15C «- BAK-15 CHAG (175' OVRN) BAK 15 CHAG (175' OVRN) -> RWY 33C 

MILITARY SERVICE: A-GEAR MA-1A Rwy 15R-33L not raised, unless 80th FTW is flying, rqr 30 minutes prior notice 
whentwropr. JASU 3(AM32-95) l(MC-l) 3(AM/32A-86D) FUEL J8 (Mil) J8+100 (Mil) (NC 100LL, A) FLUID 
SP PRESAIR LOX OIL 0-148-156(MIL) JOAP results avbl weekdays except holidays 1345-2100Z:):. TRAN 
ALERT Opr weekday 1130-0300Z4:, Sun 1800-2230ZJ;. Clsd Sat and holidays. Qualified weapons/munitions 
personnel not avbl to safe fighter type acft. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Military arpt conducts high performance jet training in a high density 
environment Mon-Fri 1300-0300Zt and when twr hrs extended by NOTAM, occasionally Sat and Sun. Migratory 
bird activity on and invof arpt from Oct-Apr. Do not confuse parallel twy with Rwy 15R-33L. During periods when 
control twr is clsd, exercise caution when taxiing, the civil arpt is located to the S and the military ramp is 
located to the W of the rwys. Rwy 15C first 2000' and last 1000' cone, middle zone asph. Rwy 15L-33R first 
and last 1000' cone, middle zone asph. Due to close proximity of Rwys 33L and 33C use vigilance with monitor 
ground track for the Hi-TACAN Rwy 33C apch. Solo students not authorized. Transient acft limited to 1 apch to a 
full stop Idg during student training. Weather observation limited to west due to hangar restricted view. TFC PAT 
TPA— light acft 1819(800), conventional and jet acft 2319(1300). Overhead Rwy 15R-33L 2819(1800). 
Arresting gear Rwy 15C-33C BAK-15 has cable with interconnect. Rwy 15C BAK-15 located 175' into overrun. 
Rwy 33C BAK-15 located 175' into overrun. Rwy 15R-33L MA-1A raised, unless 80th FTW is flying, require 30 
minutes prior notice when twr operational. Rwy 15R-33L PAPI Runway Reference Point and PAR/ILS Runway 
Point of Intercept not coincidental. Rwy 15C-33C PAPI glide slope and PAR/ILS glide slope not coincidental. 
When twr clsd ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 33L— CTAF. Rwys 17-35, 15L-33R and 15C-33C are unlgtd. 

MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. RSTD PPR, 24 hr prior notice rqr, etc afld OPS DSN 
736-2180/6474, C940-676-2180/6474. All tran acft must be chocked 30 minutes prior to tran alert closing; 
PPR expires 30 minutes prior to afld closing. CAUTION Air Traffic Control personnel in accordance with the 
cooperative WX Watch (CWW) will alert WX personnel on any unreported WX condition that could affect fit safety. 
Mil arpt conducts high performance jet training in a high density environment within 95 NM of KSPS Mon-Fri 
1200-0300Z:t- to FL390 and when twr hrs extd by NOTAM, occasionally Sat and Sun. MISC Base OPS weekdays 
1130-0300Zt, Sun 1800-2300Z4:, clsd Sat and holidays. AETC fighter acft expect reduced rwy separation: 
Day/VFR, similar type acft 3000', dissimilar type acft 6000', ngt 6000' all AETC acft. Tran AETC acft notify twr 
on initial etc if reduced rwy separation is not desired. Military wx advisory/warning avbl on req METRO. Parking 
for tran acft is not co-located with flight planning and wx facilities. Ctc Base taxi DSN-736-1843 
C940-676-1843, or U-Drive DSN 736-6813 C940-676-6813 prior to arr. Tran Mil acft will not receive support 
from Sheppard AFB outside of published hrs. Expect no Air Force sve while parked at the municipal arpt. For 
arr/dep req outside of published hrs ctc the Airfield Ops Flight/Command Center at C940-782-1597. NOTE: 
See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (940) 855-9045. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.75 279.525 ATIS 132.05 269.9 UNICOM 122.95 
WICHITA FALLS RCO 122.65 255.4 (FORT WORTH RADIO) 
® SHEPPARD APP CON 118.2 269.025 (Mon-Fri 1200-0300Z4:, Sun 1800-2300Z4:, exc hoi.) 
® SHEPPARD DEP CON 118.2 120.4 269.025 316.075(Mon-Fri 1200-0300Zt, Sun 1800-2300Zt, exc hoi.) 

FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 350.35 (Mon-Fri 0300-1200Z4:, Sun 2300-1800Z4:, Sat and holidays 24 

hrs.) 
SHEPPARD TOWER 119.75 279.525 (Mon-Fri 1130-0300Z4:, Sun 1800-2300Z:t., clsd Sat and holidays. Other 

times use CTAF 119.75 279.525) GND CON 125.5 289.4 CLNC DEL 121.2 282.225 

PMSV METRO 339.65 Full sve avbl Mon-Fri 1000-0300Z4:, Sun 1700-2300Zt clsd holidays. OT ctc 26 
Operational Weather Squadron DSN 781-4775 C318-456-4775. 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1130-0300Z:t., Sun 1800-2300Zt exc Sat and holidays, other times CLASS E. 

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RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SPS. 

WICHITA FALLS (H) VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 N33°59.24' W98°35.61' 079° 5.1 NM to fid. 1100/10E. 
(L)TACAN Chan 45 SHP (110.8) N33°58.96' W98°29.26' at fid. 1020/10E. No NOTAM MP Wed 

0600-1100Z:t. 
ILS/DME 109.7 l-SPS Chan 34 Rwy 33L Class IE. ILS unmonitored 0300-1200Z:t. 

LOM unmonitored. ILS apch not monitored weekends and holidays. MP Mon, Tue 0600-1100Z:t. LOM SHUT 

DOWN. 
ILS 110.5 l-SHP Rwy 15C. Class IT. ILS unmonitored 0300-1200ZT-. ILS apch not monitored weekends 

and holidays. MP Mon, Tue 1000-1200ZT-. 
ASR (1200-0300ZT.) PAR (1230-0300ZT.) 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: When ASR and Identification Friend/Foe-Selective Identification Feature out PAR avbl via 
radar pickup from ILS Rwy 33L or LOC back course Rwy 15R apch as appropriate. ASOS observation augmented 
during afld opr hr. ASOS is fixed sensor located near S end Rwy 15R-33L, measures clouds up to maximum 
height 12,000 feet. Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima 



LIRL(NSTD) 0.7%upNW 



WICHITA VALLEY (F14) 8 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°56.86' W98°37.00 
1005 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 13-31: H3320X40 (ASPH) S-8, D-12.5 

RWY 13: Road. RWV 31: Trees. 

RWV 04-22: 3050X100 (TURF) 

RWV 04: P line. RWY 22: Trees. 

RWV 16-34: 2000X42 (TURF) 0.6% up S 

RWY 16: Fence. RWV 34: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Self svc fuel avbl 24 hrs with major 
credit card. Intensive jet training tfc 2800-4500' MSL vicinity of 
arpt and Sheppard AFB 6 miles NE. Ctc apch control for tfc 
advisories. Unlighted tower 150' AGL 2 miles S. Rwy 13-31 NSTD 
LIRL. Rwy 13 thld Igts are a green/red, Rwy 31 thld Igts are 2 
green/red obstruction Igts on bank across rwy end. 
NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® SHEPPARD APP/DEP CON 118.2 (Mon-Fri 1200-0300Z:t, Sat-Sun 
1800-2300Zt, exc hoi.) 
FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 (Mon-Fri 0300-1200Z:t, Sun 
2300-1800ZT-, Sat and holidays 24 hrs.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SPS. 
WICHITA FALLS (H)VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 N33°59.24' 
W98°35.61' 196° 2.6 NM to fid. 1100/10E. 



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WILBARGER CO (see vernon) 



WILLIAM P. HOBBY (See Houston) 



WILLIAMS (See PORTER) 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17D 



WILLS POINT 

VAN ZANDT COUNTY RGNL (76F) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°40.89' W95°59.05' 
518 B S2 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H3230X50 (ASPH) S-12 LIRL 

RWY 17: Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Airframe and powerplant repairs by prior arrangement, call 903-873-2578. 

NOTE: See Special Notices — Model Aircraft Activity. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

CEDAR CREEK (L) VORTACW 114.8 CQY Chan 95 N32°11.14' W96°13.09' 016° 32.0 NM to fid. 400/6E. 



WINGS FOR CHRIST INTL FLIGHT ACADEMY (see wacoj 



WINK N31-52.49' W103°14.63' NOTAM FILE INK. 
(H) VORTACW 112.1 INK Chan 58 

148° 6.1 NM to Winkler Co. 2860/11E. 
RCO 122.05 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 



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RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SPS. 

WICHITA FALLS (H) VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 N33°59.24' W98°35.61' 079° 5.1 NM to fid. 1100/10E. 
(L)TACAN Chan 45 SHP (110.8) N33°58.96' W98°29.26' at fid. 1020/10E. No NOTAM MP Wed 

0600-1100Z:t. 
ILS/DME 109.7 l-SPS Chan 34 Rwy 33L Class IE. ILS unmonitored 0300-1200Z:t. 

LOM unmonitored. ILS apch not monitored weekends and holidays. MP Mon, Tue 0600-1100Z:t. LOM SHUT 

DOWN. 
ILS 110.5 l-SHP Rwy 15C. Class IT. ILS unmonitored 0300-1200ZT-. ILS apch not monitored weekends 

and holidays. MP Mon, Tue 1000-1200ZT-. 
ASR (1200-0300ZT.) PAR (1230-0300ZT.) 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: When ASR and Identification Friend/Foe-Selective Identification Feature out PAR avbl via 
radar pickup from ILS Rwy 33L or LOC back course Rwy 15R apch as appropriate. ASOS observation augmented 
during afld opr hr. ASOS is fixed sensor located near S end Rwy 15R-33L, measures clouds up to maximum 
height 12,000 feet. Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima 



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WICHITA VALLEY (F14) 8 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°56.86' W98°37.00 
1005 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWV 13-31: H3320X40 (ASPH) S-8, D-12.5 

RWY 13: Road. RWV 31: Trees. 

RWV 04-22: 3050X100 (TURF) 

RWV 04: P line. RWY 22: Trees. 

RWV 16-34: 2000X42 (TURF) 0.6% up S 

RWY 16: Fence. RWV 34: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Self svc fuel avbl 24 hrs with major 
credit card. Intensive jet training tfc 2800-4500' MSL vicinity of 
arpt and Sheppard AFB 6 miles NE. Ctc apch control for tfc 
advisories. Unlighted tower 150' AGL 2 miles S. Rwy 13-31 NSTD 
LIRL. Rwy 13 thld Igts are a green/red, Rwy 31 thld Igts are 2 
green/red obstruction Igts on bank across rwy end. 
NOTE: See Special Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® SHEPPARD APP/DEP CON 118.2 (Mon-Fri 1200-0300Z:t, Sat-Sun 
1800-2300Zt, exc hoi.) 
FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 (Mon-Fri 0300-1200Z:t, Sun 
2300-1800ZT-, Sat and holidays 24 hrs.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SPS. 
WICHITA FALLS (H)VORTACW 112.7 SPS Chan 74 N33°59.24' 
W98°35.61' 196° 2.6 NM to fid. 1100/10E. 



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WILBARGER CO (see vernon) 



WILLIAM P. HOBBY (See Houston) 



WILLIAMS (See PORTER) 



DALLAS-FT. WORTH 
L-17D 



WILLS POINT 

VAN ZANDT COUNTY RGNL (76F) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°40.89' W95°59.05' 
518 B S2 NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 17-35: H3230X50 (ASPH) S-12 LIRL 

RWY 17: Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Airframe and powerplant repairs by prior arrangement, call 903-873-2578. 

NOTE: See Special Notices — Model Aircraft Activity. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

CEDAR CREEK (L) VORTACW 114.8 CQY Chan 95 N32°11.14' W96°13.09' 016° 32.0 NM to fid. 400/6E. 



WINGS FOR CHRIST INTL FLIGHT ACADEMY (see wacoj 



WINK N31-52.49' W103°14.63' NOTAM FILE INK. 
(H) VORTACW 112.1 INK Chan 58 

148° 6.1 NM to Winkler Co. 2860/11E. 
RCO 122.05 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 



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WINKLER CO (INK) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°46.79' W103°12.10 
2822 B FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE INK 
RWY 13-31: H5003X100 (ASPH) S-26, D-40 MIRL 

RWY 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 22'. 
RWY 04-22: H3514X100 (ASPH) S-26, D-40 MIRL 

RWY 22: P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Zt. Fuel avbl 24 hrs. 

MIRL Rwy 04-22 and Rwy 13-31 preset low ints, to increase ints 

and ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 13— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.325 (432) 527-3320. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

WINK RCO 122.05 (SAN ANGELO RADIO) 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE INK. 

WINK (H)VORTACW 112.1 INK Chan 58 N31°52.49' 
W103°14.63' 148° 6.1 NM to fid. 2860/11E. 




WINKLER CO (See WINK) 



UTC-6(-5DT) N29°48.25' W94°25.86' 



HOUSTON 
L-1SE, 21A 



WINNIE/STOWELL 

CHAMBERS CO-WINNIE STOWELL (T90) 3w 

25 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWY 17-35: H3600X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel self-service, major credit cards accepted. Rotating ben OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 

17-35 preset low ints dusk-0530Z:t., to increase ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. After 0530Zt ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

TRINITY (DVORW/DME 113.6 MHF Chan 83 N29°32.78' W94°44.85' 040° 22.6 NM to fid. 38/7E. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: For clearance delivery etc Houston apch ctl at 409-720-5136. 



WINNSBORO MUNI (F51) 2 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°56.33' W95°16.73 
513 B S2 FUEL 100LL, MOGAS NOTAM FILE FTW 
RWY 01-19: H3213X50 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 0.6% up N 

RWY 01: Trees. Rgttfc. RWY IS: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel avbl 24 hrs self sve with credit 

card. ACTIVATE MIRL RWY 01-19— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® LONGVIEW APP/DEP CON 128.75 (1200-0400Z1;) 
® FORT WORTH CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.85 (0400-1200Zt) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTW. 

OUITMAN (DVORW/DME 114.0 UIM Chan 87 N32°52.82' 
W95°22.01' 044° 5.7 NM to fid. 520/8E. 



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WINTERS MUNI (77F) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N31 56.S3' W99°59.15 
1871 B NOTAM FILE SJT 
RWV 17-35: H3204X40 (ASPH) S-12 LIRL 

RWV 17: Fence. RWV 35: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
ABILENE APP/DEP CON 127.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABI. 
ABILENE (H)VORTACW 113.7 ABI Chan 84 N32°28.88' 

W99°51.81' 181° 32.6 NM to fid. 1810/10E. 
NDB (MHW) 396 IEW N31°56.76' W99°59.28' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE SJT. 




WOLFE AIR PARK (see manvel) 



WOOD CO (See MINEOLA-QUITMAN) 



WOODVILLE 

TYLER CO (09R) 2W UTC-6(-5DT) N30°46.51' W94°27.51' HOUSTON 

388 B S4 NOTAM FILE CXO L-19E, 21A 

RWV 16-34: H4000X60 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 16: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Thld dsplcd 178'. Trees. RWV 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 16 safety area obstruction: 5' drop-off 25' from W side 400' S of thld and 20' 

drop-off 100' N of thld. MIRL Rwy 16-34 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — 122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LFK. 

LUFKIN (H)VORTACW 112.1 LFK Chan 58 N31°09.74' W94°43.02' 145° 26.7 NM to fid. 200/5E. 
HIWAS. 



WOOLE N31-16.79' W100-34.57' NOTAM FILE SJT. 

NDB (LOM) 356 SJ 032° 6.3 NM to San Angelo Rgnl Mathis Fid. 



SAN ANTONIO 
L-19B 



YOAKUM CO (See PLAINS) 



YOAKUM MUNI (T85) IN UTC-6(-5DT) N29°18.79' W97-08.31 
365 B NOTAM FILE CXO 
RWV 13-31: H3445X60 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 0.7% up NW 

RWV 13: Pole. RWV 31: Pole. -7 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0000ZJ;. For attendant after hrs 

Mon-Fri call 361-741-2510. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 13-31— CTAF. f, 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CXO. 

EAGLE LAKE (H)VORW/DME 116.4 ELA Chan 111 N29°39.75' 

W96°19.03' 236° 47.8 NM to fid. 190/8E. 
NDB (MHW) 350 OKT N29°18.72' W97°08.32' at fid. 
Unmonitored. 



SAN ANTONIO 

L-19D, 21 A 

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360 TEXAS 

ZAPATA CO (APY) 4 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N26°58.13' W99°14.93' BROWNSVILLE 

422 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE SJT H-7B, L-20G 

RWY 12-30: H5000X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 12: Thld dsplcd 112'. Tree. RWY 3D: Thld dsplcd 113'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-OOOOZt-. For svc call 956-765-9794 between 1400-OOOOZt-. Rwy 12 3' fence 

204' from Rwy end across apch. MIRL Rwy 12-30 preset medium ints, to incr ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.225 (956) 765-4069. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LRD. 

LAREDO (H)VORTACW 117.4 LRD Chan 121 N27°28.72' W99°25.06' 154° 31.8 NM to fid. 583/9E. HIWAS. 



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PROHIBITED AREA P-49, CRAWFORD, TEXAS 

In response to a request from the United States Secret Service, the FAA has established a prohibited area over President 
George W. Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas. The prohibited area extends from the SFC up to 5,000' MSL within a 3 NMR of 
lat. N31°34'45\ long. W97°32'00" (ACT242R/15). 

Bomb Disposal Area 
McAlester, Oklahoma Vicinity 

Bomb disposal area, one NM radius, MLC 240°/006, SFC to 2000 AGL. Times of use: Daily, 30 min after SR to 30 min 
before SS. Avoidance advised. For further information contact McAlester AFSS. 

AEROBATIC PRACTICE AREA 
Coushatta, LA, Red River Airport (0R7) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted at Red River Airport between the surface and 5,000 feet AGL within the boundaries of 
the airspace bounded on the west by the western edge of Rwy 17/35, extending northward and southward to the respective 
airport boundaries, extending eastward for 1.5 miles to an imaginary line connecting to the northeast and southeast 
corners, to create the practice area. The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating 
within this area. For further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Crowley, LA, Le Gros Airport (3R2) [ 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted at Le Gros Airport within the area defined as a semicircle extending southward from its 
diameter centered on the north end of the north/south taxiway at its intersection with the south edge of the east/west 
taxiway extending eastward 6,000 feet and westward 6,000 feet from the surface to 4,500 feet MSL. The practice area is 
for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further information contact Flight 
Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Farmerville, LA, Union Parish Airport (F87) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within a 2 NM radius of the Union Parish Airport, SFC to 4,000 feet MSL. The practice 
area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further information contact 
Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Jennings, LA, Jennings Airport (3R7) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted centered from 1 NM northwest of Jennings Airport, within an approx. 2.5 NM radius, 
500 feet to 4,000 feet MSL. The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within 
this area. For further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Opelousas, LA, St. Landry Parish Airport (OPL) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted at St. Landry Parish Airport within 1 NM radius of the Lafayette VORTAC, LFT343022, 
SFC to 4,000 feet MSL. The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this 
area. For further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Springhill Airport (SPH), Springhill, LA 

Aerobatic practice conducted at the Springhill (SPH) Airport, from SFC to 5000 MSL, within the area defined as having its 
western boundary along the western edge of Rwy 18/36, extending northward 1000 feet beyond the north end of the 
runway; then eastward 150 feet to the eastern boundary; then southward parallel to the runway to a line which runs along 
the southern edge of Rwy 18/36, extending from its western edge 1500 feet to a point where it intersects the eastern 
boundary. The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For 
further information, contact DeRidder AFSS on 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Sulphur, LA, Southland Field (UXL) | 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted at West Calcasieu Airport, Southland Field within a 2 NM radius of the Lake Charles 
VORTAC, LCH261014, SFC to 4,000 feet AGL. The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when 
operating within this area. For further information Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Bristow, OK, Jones Memorial Airport (3F7) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within 2 NM radius of Jones Memorial Airport (3F7), SFC to 6,000 feet AGL, SR-SS. 
For further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Cookson, OK, Tenkiller Lake Airpark (44M) [ 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted at Tenkiller Airpark in a 3,000 foot box, beginning at the centerline of the approach 
end of RY23 and extending 400 feet beyond the departure end of RY23, thence extending 3,000 feet AGL. The practice 
area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further information contact 
Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

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Ketchum, OK, South Grand Lake Regional Airport (1K8) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within 1 NM radius of the South Grand Lake Regional Airport (1K8), SFC to 4,500 feet 
AGL. The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further 
information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Muskogee, OK, Davis Field (MKO) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within 1.25 NM radius of Davis Field, Muskogee, OK (MKO), SFC to 4,500 feet AGL. 
The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further 
information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Nowata, OK, Nowata Airport (H66) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted centered from 3 NM northwest of the Nowata Airport (H66), SFC to 3,000 feet AGL. 
The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further 
information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Tulsa, OK 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within 3 NM radius of TUL350022, SFC to 5,000 feet AGL. The practice area is for 
waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further information contact Flight 
Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Brenham, TX, Brenham Muni Airport (11R) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within 2 NM radius of the Brenham Muni Airport (11R), SFC to 4,500 feet MSL. The 
practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further information 
contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Celina, TX, Four Winds Ranch (1TS9) 

Aerobatic flight activity will be conducted at Four Winds Ranch, bound on the north by County Road 102, on the south by an 
imaginary line parallel to and 800 feet south of County Road 134, on the west by an imaginary line just east of the three 
lakes, and on the east by a tree line, SFC to 4,500 feet MSL, SR-SS. For further information contact Flight Services at 
1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Edna, TX, Jackson County Airport (26R) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within a 1 NM radius of the Jackson County Airport (26R), from SFC to 1,500 feet AGL. 
The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further 
information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Fort Worth, TX, Naval Air Station JRB (NFW) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted centered from 1 NM East and 3 NM West, North and South of NAS JRB Forth Worth 
(NFW) runway 17/35, from SFC to 6,000 feet MSL. The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution 
when operating within this area. For further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Georgetown (GTU), TX 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within 1 NM radius of CWK342019, SFC to 4000' AGL. The practice area is for waiver 
holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. Pilots should use caution within this area. For 
further information, contact San Angelo AFSS on 1-325-223-6041. 

Graford, TX, Possum Kingdom (F35) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within 1 NM radius of MQP289929 3.5 NM west of Possum Kingdom Airport, SFC to 
5,000 feet MSL. The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For 
further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Grayson City Arpt, Denison, TX (GYI) 

Aerobatic flight activity will be conducted within a 2 NM radius of the BYP290024.4, SFC to 5700 feet MSL, SR-SS daily. 
The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating in this area. For further information 
contact Fort Worth AFSS on 1-800-992-7433. 

Hondo Muni (HDO), Hondo, TX 

Aerobatic flight activity will be conducted in a 2 NM radius of Hondo Muni Airport. Flights will occur SR-SS, SFC to 3,500 
AGL. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further information, contact San Angelo AFSS, 
325-223-6041. 

Huber Airpark, Sequin, TX 

Aerobatic flight activity will be conducted within an area 3300 feet by 3300 feet located on the SAT 089/25. Flights will 
occur SR-SS Sat/Sun, SFC to 4600 MSL. Pilots should use caution when operating in this area. For further information 
contact San Angelo AFSS on 1-325-223-6041. 

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LaGrange, TX, Fayette Regional Air Center (3T5) | 

Aerobatic flight activity will be conducted within a 2 NM radius of the Fayette Regional Airport (3T5), from 900 feet MSL up 
to and including 4,000 feet MSL. The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating 
within this area. For further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Lubbock, TX, Biggin Hill Strip (TA67) 

Aerobatic flight activity will be conducted within 0.5 NM radius of the LBB280008.3/TA67, SFC to 6,500 MSL, SR-SS. For 
further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Navasota, TX 

Glider operations will be conducted within a 5 NM radius of the TNV VOR 130/007, from SFC to 8000 feet MSL, SR-SS. 
Pilots should use caution when operating in this area. For further information, contact Montgomery County AFSS on 
866-689-5992. 

O'Brien Airpark, Waxahachie, TX 

Aerobatic flight practice will be conducted within 1 Vl NM radius of TTT 148/024 from SFC to 3500 MSL. Pilots should 
use caution when operating within this area. For further information contact Fort Worth AFSS on 1-800-992-7433. 

Olney, TX, Olney Muni (ONY) 

Aerobatic flight activity will be conducted within a 4,000 square foot area located over the Olney Muni airport property 
commencing from the west side of Rwy 17-35, SFC to 3,500 AGL. The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots 
should use caution when operating within this area. For further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF 
(992-7433). 

Skywest Inc. Airport, Midland, TX 

Aerobatic flight activity will be conducted within a 3300' by 3300' square box, located V4 mile south southeast of the 
approach end of Rwy 34 at Skywest airport, Midland, Texas. Flights will occur between sunrise and sunset, from the 
surface to 6,500 feet MSL. 

Slidell, TX, Akroville Airport (XA68) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within 1.5 NM radius of the UKW108026, SFC to 4,000 feet MSL, SR-SS. For further 
information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Songbird Airport, Friendswood, Texas 

Aerobatic flight activity will be conducted within a 2 NM radius of the Houston Hobby VOR 185° radial at the 18 mile DME 
fix. Flight will occur from sunrise to sunset, from the surface to 3500 feet AGL. Pilots should use caution when operating 
within this area. For further information contact Montgomery County AFSS, 866-689-5992. 

Waller, TX, Simaron Ranch Airport, (9TS3) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within 1 NM radius of TNV130007.5/3.8 NNE 9TS3, 800 feet MSL to 3,500 feet MSL. 
SR-SS. For further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Wichita Falls, TX, Kickapoo Downtown Airport (CWC) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within 1.5 NM radius of the SPS136009.2, SFC to 4,000 feet MSL, SR-SS. For further 
information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Wichita Falls, TX, Sheppard AFB (SPS) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within a 1.5 NM radius of the SPS200007, SFC to 4,500 feet MSL. The practice area 
is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further information contact Flight 
Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Wichita Falls, TX, Wichita Valley Airport (F14) 

Aerobatic practice will be conducted within a 1 NM radius of the SPS190003, SFC to 4,000 feet AGL. The activation of this 
practice area is only authorized when 80th Flying Training Wing Flying operations are not active at Sheppard Air Force Base. 
The practice area is for waiver holders only. Pilots should use caution when operating within this area. For further 
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MODEL AIRCRAFT ACTIVITY 
Haskell, OK (2K9) 

Model rocket activity will be conducted within a 1 NM radius of GNP092008, SFC to 9,000 feet MSL, SR-SS. For further 
information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Oklahoma City, OK 

Model rocket activity will be conducted within a 1 NM radius of IRW270023, SFC to 6,400 feet MSL, SR-SS. For further 
information, contact Flight Services at 1-800-992-7433. 

| Fort Stockton— Pecos Co (FST), TX 

Model rocket activity will be conducted within a 2.6 NM radius of FST 146/014, SFC to 20,000 MSL, SR-SS. For further 
information, contact San Angelo AFSS on 1-325-223-6041. Model rocket activity will be conducted within a 2 NM radius of 
FST 212/9, SFC to 23,100 MSL, SR-SS. For further information, contact San Angelo AFSS on 1-325-223-6041. 

Kileen (ILE), Texas, Vicinity 

Model airplane activity conducted 1 NM radius ILE 138R/006NM, 10008 AGL and below. Intermittent launches daily. For 
further information, contact San Angelo AFSS on 1-325-223-6041. 

Lake Jackson TX (LHB) 

Model rocket activity will be conducted within a 1 NM radius of the Hearne Muni Airport (LHB) or the CLL 319/018 SFC to 
12,500' MSL, SR-SS. For further information, contact Flight Services at 1-800-992-7433. 

Nacogdoches, TX (OCH) 

Model Rocket activity will be conducted within a 1 NM radius of the Mangham Rgnl Arpt (OCH) 045018, SFC to 3,000 feet 
MSL, SR-SS. For further information contact Flight Services at 1-800-WX-BRIEF (992-7433). 

Wills Point, TX (76F) 

Model rocket activity will be conducted within a 5 NM radius of TTT100051, SFC to 24,000 feet MSL, SR-SS. For further 
information, contact Flight Services at 1-800-992-7433. 

| Waco Rgnl, TX (ACT) 

Model rocket activity will be conducted within a 5 NM radius of ACT 131014, SFC to 24,000 feet MSL, SR-SS. For further 
information, contact Flight Services at 1-800-992-7433. 

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM (UAS) 
Hondo, TX 

Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) activity will be conducted within 2 NM radius of HDO 220/010, SFC to 1,700' MSL 
| 0800-1600 LCL, Mon-Fri, through April 16, 2010. For further information, contact Fort Worth AFSS on 1-800- 
WX-BRIEF. 

DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TX, DALLAS/FORT WORTH INTL AIRPORT (DFW) 
NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES 

Successive or simultaneous departures from Runways 17R, 17C, 18R, 18L, 35L, 35C, 36L and 36R are authorized, with 
course divergence beginning within 5 miles from the departure end of parallel runways, due to noise abatement 
restrictions. 

LASER LIGHT DEMONSTRATIONS 
Biloxi, Mississippi 

A permanent Laser Light Demonstration will be conducted at Casino Magic, located in Biloxi, Mississippi, on Gulfport 
VORTAC 096° Radial, 12 NM Lat 30°23"N/Long 88°51"W, nightly from dusk until 2 AM. Laser light beam is not expected to 
elevate above the horizon from a 120 foot high platform. Laser light beam may be injurious to eyes if viewed within 1 
nautical mile laterally of the light source. Cockpit illumination — flash blindness may occur beyond these distances. 

Biloxi, Mississippi 

A permanent Laser Light Demonstration will be conducted at Palace Casino, located in Biloxi, Mississippi, on the Gulfport 
VORTAC 094° Radial, 12 NM Lat 30°23"N/Long 88°51"W, nightly 8:00 P.M. until 4:00 A.M. Laser light beam is not 
expected to elevate above the horizon from a 70 foot high platform. Laser light beam may be injurious to eyes if viewed 
within 1 nautical mile laterally of the light source. Cockpit illumination — flash blindness may occur beyond these distances. 



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Robinsonville, Mississippi 

Laser light activity will be conducted at the Grand Casino, Robinsonville, MS, N34°52'22"/W90 o 17'40" MEM VOR 
243R/1S.3 NM, from OOOO to 0700 UTC daily. Laser light beams may be injurious to eyes within 300 feet vertically and 
21,000 feet laterally. Flash blindness or cockpit illumination may occur beyond these distances. 

Vicksburg, Mississippi 

A permanent Laser Light Demonstration will be conducted at Harrah's Casino Hotel, Vicksburg, MS, (JAN VORTAC 255° 
Radial, 38 Nautical Miles, Latitude 32°21"N, Longitude 90°53"W), nightly from sunset until 12:00 A.M. Laser Light beam 
may be injurious to eyes if viewed within 1000 feet vertically and/or 3000 feet laterally of the light source. Cockpit 
illumination — flash blindness may occur beyond these distances. 

DFW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

DFW is authorized to instruct aircraft to land on a runway and hold short of an intersecting taxiway while aircraft/vehicles 
simultaneously taxi across the runway at beyond the hold-short point for the following runway/taxiway combinations. 

18R AND TAXIWAY B 10,100 feet 

17C AND TAXIWAY B 10,460 feet 

35C AND TAXIWAY EJ 9,050 feet 

36L AND TAXIWAY Z 10,650 feet 

These procedures are governed by the following conditions and limitations: 

a. The tailwind on the hold short runway shall be calm (less than 3 knots). 

b. A statement that simultaneous landings and runway crossings are being conducted shall be included on the ATIS. 

c. LAHSO wet runway operations are authorized provided pilot reported braking action is not less than good, the runway 
is not classified as contaminated by the airport operator, and the hold short position lights are operational and "on". 

d. The weather conditions must be at or greater than ceiling 1,000 feet, and visibility 3 miles. 

e. Traffic information shall be exchanged and a readback shall be obtained from the landing aircraft with a LAHSO 
clearance. An acknowledgment shall be received from the crossing aircraft/vehicle. 

f. Operations beyond the hold short point except for runway crossings are not authorized during LAHSO. 

g. Hold short markings, taxiway identification signs, and in-pavement lights will be used to identify the hold-short 
points. The lighting system consists of six or seven in-pavement white lights, flashing/pulsing simultaneously, arranged in 
a line across the landing runway perpendicular to the runway centerline. 

The safety and operation of an aircraft remain the responsibility of the pilot. A pilot must inform air traffic control if the full 
length of the runway or another runway is desired. The runway distance from the landing threshold to the hold short point 
will be provided to the pilot upon request. 

h. Vertical guidance required for LAHSO (Glideslope, VASI, PAPI). 

INTERSECTION DEPARTURES DURING PERIODS OF DARKNESS 

DALLAS-FORT WORTH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (DFW) 

DALLAS-F0RTH WORTH, TEXAS 

Dallas-Fort Worth Airport Traffic Control Tower has been granted a waiver to the guideline that prohibits the control tower 

from taxiing an aircraft into "position and hold" at an intersection, between sunset and sunrise. 

This waiver allows the tower to taxi the aircraft into "position and hold" during period of darkness, at the intersections 

listed below. 

Runway 17R at Taxiway Yankee 

Runways 17R/C and 18R/L at Taxiway Zulu 

Runway 18L at Taxiway Yankee 

Runways 35L/C and 36L/R at Taxiway Alpha 

Runways 35L/C and 36L/R at Taxiway Bravo 

Runway 13L at Taxiway Papa 

Runway 31L at Taxiway "A5" 

Aircraft shall not taxi into position and hold under the provisions of this waiver when the subject intersection is not visible 

from the tower. When the provisions of this waiver are being exercised, the affected runways shall be used for departures 

only. Simultaneous taxi into position and hold are not authorized on the same runway. Intersection departures will continue 

to be utilized at other locations between sunset and sunrise. However, aircraft cannot be taxied into "position and hold" 

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SPECIAL NORTH ATLANTIC, CARIBBEAN AND 
PACIFIC AREA COMMUNICATIONS 

VHF air-to-air frequencies enable aircraft engaged in flights over remote and oceanic areas out of range of VHF ground 
stations to exchange necessary operational information and to facilitate the resolution of operational problems. 
Frequencies have been designated as follows: 



North Atlantic area: 123.45 MHz 

Caribbean area: 123.45 MHz 

Pacific area: 123.45 MHz 



ALBUQUERQUE ARTCC 
VFR Services South of El Paso, Texas 

VFR radar advisory service and merging target service available to transponder equipped aircraft above 10,000 feet MSL 
from a point 75 miles south of El Paso, Texas, to the U.S. /Mexican border. 

HOUSTON ARTCC 
Secondary-Only Radar in the Vicinity of Lufkin, Texas 

The Air Traffic Control Beacon lnterrogator-6 (ATCBI— 6) located at the Angelina County Airport (LFK), Lufkin, Texas, is the 
only source of radar data within an approximate 50 NM radius of LFK. This is a secondary radar system; therefore radar 
services are available on transponder equipped aircraft only. 

CAUTION— HIGH DENSITY STUDENT FLYING 
Little Rock AFB, AR 

High density student flying training in the vicinity of Little Rock AFB and on low level Slow Routes (SR) within Arkansas; 
0600-0200 Mon-Fri, occasional weekend. Extensive use of All American Drop Zone, Little Rock VORTAC 332° radial 15.0 
NM, and Blackjack Drop Zone, Little Rock VORTAC 009° radial 33.0 NM; 0600-0200, Mon-Fri, occasional weekend. Drop 
Zones are used for personnel and cargo, including IMC (AWDS) drops. For further information, contact Little Rock AFB, 
Base Operations, on 1-501-988-6125. 

CAUTION— VERTICAL LIGHTS ON BUILDING 
Downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Approximately ten miles southwest of Tulsa International Airport in the area of downtown Tulsa, four 4,000-watt xenon 
lights are mounted on each corner of the roof of a 40-story building. Illumination is vertical and hours of use are daily, dusk 

to midnight. 

BAYOU SAUVAGE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, LA 

Request aircraft remain at or above 2,000 ft in the vicinity of Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge bounded by Lake 
Pontchartrain to the Northwest and Northeast, Lake Borgue to the Southeast and New Orleans to the Southwest. 

CAUTION-LARGE CONCENTRATION OF BATS 
San Antonio, Texas, Vicinity 

From April to October large concentration of bats are observed in the vicinity of Braken Cave located 5.5 miles east of SAT 
VORTAC. Most activity is observed around sunset and sunrise at altitudes up to 10,000 feet. 



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U.S. SPECIAL CUSTOMS REQUIREMENT 

Air Commerce Regulations of the Treasury Department's Customs Service require all private aircraft arriving in the U.S. 

from a foreign place in the Western Hemisphere, (a) south of 33 degrees north latitude which cross into the U.S. over a 

point on the U.S. /Mexican border between 97 and 120 degrees west longitude, or (b) south of 31 degrees north latitude 

which enter the U.S. via the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Coasts, to provide notice of intended arrival to the Customs Service 

at least one hour prior to crossing the U.S. /Mexican border or the U.S. coastline. This notice may be provided by: (1) radio 

through an appropriate FAA Flight Service Station, (2) normal FAA flight plan notification procedures (a flight plan filed in 

Mexico does not meet this requirement due to unreliable relay of data), or (3) directly to the District Director of Customs or 

other Customs officer at place of first intended landing. Unless an exemption has been granted by Customs, private aircraft 

are required to make first landing in the U.S. at one of the following designated airports nearest to the point of border or 

coastline crossing: 

Brownsville/South Padre Island International, Corpus Christi International, Del Rio International, El Paso International, 

Laredo International, Maverick County Memorial International, McAllen Miller International, Presidio-Lely International, 

Southwest Texas Regional, or William P. Hobby Airport in Texas; Calexico International, or Brown Field Municipal in 

California; Bisbee Douglas International, Nogales International, Tuscon International, or Yuma MCAS/Yuma International 

in Arizona; Las Cruces Intl in New Mexico; Lakefront or Louis Armstrong New Orleans Intl in Louisiana; Fort Lauderdale 

Executive, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, Key West International, Miami International, Opa-Locka Executive 

Airport, Palm Beach International, St. Lucie County International, or Tampa International in Florida. 

CAUTION-HIGH DENSITY AIR TRAFFIC AREA 

Heavy helicopter and seaplane traffic exists over the Gulf of Mexico and adjacent onshore areas. Thousands of 
operations per month occur in this area in support of oil drilling and exploration. 

Itinerant pilots traversing this area should familiarize themselves with offshore operating practices and frequencies 
through contact with the pertinent Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) or Flight Service Station. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

The DOD Flight Information Publication AP/1B provides textual and graphic descriptions and operating instructions for all 
military training routes (IR, VR, SR) and refueling tracks/anchors. Complete and more comprehensive information relative 
to policy and procedures for IRs and VRs is published in FAA Handbook 7610.4 (Special Military Operations) which is 
agreed to by the DOD and therefore directive for all military flight operations. The AP/1B is the official source of route data 
for military users. 

CIVIL USE OF MILITARY FIELDS: 

U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy and Coast Guard Fields are open to civil fliers only in emergency or with prior permission. 

Army Installations, prior permission is required from the Commanding Officer of the installation. 

For Air Force installations, prior permission should be requested at least 30 days prior to first intended landing from 
either Headquarters USAF (PRPOC) or the Commander of the installation concerned (who has authority to approve landing 
rights for certain categories of civil aircraft). For use of more than one Air Force installation, requests should be forwarded 
direct to Hq USAF (PRPOC), Washington, D.C. 20330. 

Use of USAF installations must be specifically justified. 

For Navy and Marine Corps installations prior permission should be requested at least 30 days prior to first intended 
landing. An Aviation Facility License must be approved and executed by the Navy prior to any landing by civil aircraft. 

Forms and further information may be obtained from the nearest U.S. Navy or Marine Corps aviation activity. 

For Coast Guard fields prior permission should be requested from the Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard via the 
Commanding Officer of the field. 

When instrument approaches are conducted by civil aircraft at military airports, they shall be conducted in accordance 
with the procedures and minimums approved by the military agency having jurisdiction over the airport. 

AIRCRAFT LANDING RESTRICTIONS 

Landing of aircraft at locations other than public use airports may be a violation of Federal or local law. All land and water 
areas are owned or controlled by private individuals or organizations, states, cities, local governments, or U.S. Government 
agencies. Except in emergency, prior permission should be obtained before landing at any location that is not a designated 
public use airport or seaplane base. 

Landing of aircraft is prohibited on lands or waters administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife 
Service, U.S. Forest Service, and on many areas controlled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, unless prior authorization 
is obtained from the respective agency. 



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370 SPECIAL NOTICES 



FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATION 91.713 

The provisions of FAR 91.713 will apply as follows: 

Air traffic clearances to aircraft of Cuban registry not engaged in scheduled International Air Service in U.S. airspace will 
require that the flight plan be filed with appropriate authorities at least five days prior to the proposed departure time. 
Route changes while en route will normally not be authorized. The procedures set forth herein do not apply at this time to 
overflights by aircraft of Cuban registry engaged in scheduled International Air Service. 

CONTROLLED FIRING 

Camden, Harrell Fid, AR 

6E Camden 2 NM radius surface-005 avoidance advised Mon-Fri daylight hours. 

El Dorado, South Arkansas Rgnl 

ELD 021/024 2 NM radius surface— 500 AGL avoidance advised Mon-Fri daylight hours. 

Texarkana Rgnl Webb Fid, AR. 

.25 NM radius TXK 223010 2000/blo Mon-Thu. 1900-0500Z4: 

.5 NM radius TXK 240014 1000/blo Mon-Sat SR-SS. 



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Camp Bullis Training Site 

Controlled Firing Area (CTA) 

Camp Bullis, TX 



1. CFA Description: 



a. Boundaries: Beginning at 

Lat. 29°41'10.07'N., Long. 98°31'41.40"W. to 
Lat. 29°40'25.05"N., Long. 98°33'57.40"W. to 
Lat. 29°39'20.22"N., Long. 9S°34'44.18"W. to 
Lat. 29°38'03.77"N., Long. 98°34'13.26"W. to 
Lat. 29°37'53.94"N., Long. 98°33'46.90"W. to 
Lat. 29°38'36.77"N., Long. 98°31'55.13"W. to 
Lat. 29°39'48.07"N., Long. 98°31'06.07"W. to 
Point of beginning. 

b. Altitudes: Surface to 3,000 feet AGL. 

c. Times of use: Approximately 70 times per year. Utilization will normally be 7 days per week, 0700-2300 local time. 
Give prior notice of all activities to the San Angelo Automated Flight Service Station (AFSS). Notify the AFSS when activities 
are terminated each day. 

2. Activities: 

a. M203 40mm Grenade Launcher, HE/Target Practice Training (TPT) rounds, average use 50 times per year. 

b. Heavy Demolitions Range, types of explosives will vary, but all are conventional (no nuclear, biological, or chemical), 
20 times per year. 

c. Emergency destruction of illegal explosive devices will be unscheduled due to the nature of the event. 

3. Using Agency: U.S. Army, Commander, Camp Bullis Training Site, Camp Bullis, TX 

4. Effective date: The effective date is February 1, 2004. Biannual approval of the CFA is automatic upon receipt of a 
biannual status report from the Department of the Army Regional Representative containing a statement that the activities 
for which the area was established have not changed. 

5. Conditions, Operating Limitations, and Safety Precautions: 

a. Camp Bullis Training Site will maintain observers with direct communications to the Range Towers located in positions 
that allow for sufficient visual surveillance of the entire area. 

b. Firing will cease upon observation of low-flying aircraft. 

c. The ceiling shall be at least 1,000 feet above the maximum ordinate of projectiles and/or debris. 

d. Visibility shall be sufficient to maintain visual surveillance of the entire CFA plus a distance of 5 statute miles beyond 
the CFA in all directions. 

e. All user responsibilities, precautionary measures, and surveillance requirements listed in FAA Order 7400.2 shall be 
complied with. 

f. All activities will be contained within the designated impact area at Camp Bullis. 

6. With the exception of the emergency destruction of unsafe explosive devices, the following information shall be filed 
with the San Angelo AFSS in sufficient time to permit a NOTAM to be transmitted at least 2 hours prior to scheduled 
operations: 

a. Location of the CFA. 

b. Time of use. 

c. Activity to be conducted. 

d. Maximum altitudes. 

e. User. 

7. Any violation of the conditions, as outlined above, shall be the basis for the FAA to withdraw authorization of the CFA. 



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SPECIAL NOTICES 



CONTROLLED FIRING AREA 
CAMP STANLEY, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 

The Military has established a controlled firing area bordered by the following geographic coordinates: beginning at 
N29°40'377W98°37'53"; thence to N29°41'177W98 35'49"; to N29°43'517W98°35 , 50"; to N29°43'517W98°37'23"; 
to point of beginning. Operating SR-SS daily, SFC to 1,500 feet AGL (2,500 feet MSL). For further information contact San 
Angelo AFSS on 1-325-223-6041. 



CONTINUOUS POWER FACILITIES 

In order to insure that a basic ATC system remains in operation despite an areawide or catastrophic commercial power 
failure, key equipment and certain airports have been designated to provide a network of facilities whose operational 
capability can be utilized independent of any commerical power supply. 

In addition to those facilities comprising the basic ATC system, the following approach and lighting aids have been 
included in this program for a selected runway. 

1. ILS (Localizer, Glide Slope, COMLO, Inner, Middle and Outer Markers) 

2. Wind Measuring Capability 

3. Approach Light System (ALS) or Short ALS (SALS) 

4. Ceiling Measuring Capability 

5. Touchdown Zone Lighting (TDZL) 

6. Centerline Lighting (CL) 

7. Runway Visual Range (RVR) 

8. High Intensity Runway Lighting (HIRL) 

9. Taxiway Lighting 

10. Apron Light (Perimeter Only) 



The following have been designated 
equipment installed. 
Airport/ldent 

Albuquerque, NM (ABQ) 

Anchorage, AK (ANC) 

Andrews AFB, MD (ADW) 

Atlanta, GA (ATL) 

Baltimore, MD (BWI) 

Bismarck, ND (BIS) 

Boise, ID (BOI) 

Boston, MA (BOS) 

Charlotte, NC (CLT) 

Chicago, IL (ORD) 

Cincinnati, OH (CVG) 

Cleveland, OH (CLE) 

Dallas/Fort Worth, TX (DFW) 

Denver, CO (DEN) 

Des Moines, IA (DSM) 

Detroit, Ml (DTW) 

El Paso, TX (ELP) 

Fairbanks, AK (FAI) 

Great Falls, MT (GTF) 

Honolulu, HI (HNL) 

Houston, TX (IAH) 

Indianapolis, IN (IND) 

Jacksonville, FL (JAX) 

Kansas City, MO (MCI) 

Los Angeles, CA (LAX) 

Memphis, TN (MEM) 

Miami, FL (MIA) 



'Continuous Power Airports," and have independent back up capability for the 



Runway No. 
08 

07R 

OIL 

09R 

10 

31 

10R 

04R 

36 L 

14R 

36C 

06R 

17C 

35R 

31 

03R 

22 

OIL 

03 

08L 

26L 

05L 

07 

19R 

24R 

36L 

08R 



Airport/ldent Runway No. 

Milwaukee, Wl (MKE) OIL 

Minneapolis, MN (MSP) 30L 

Nashville, TN (BNA) 02L 

New Orleans, LA (MSY) 10 

New York, NY (JFK) 04R 

New York, NY (LGA) 22 

Newark, NJ (EWR) 04R 

Oklahoma City, OK (OKC) 35R 

Omaha, NE (OMA)) 14R 

Ontario, CA (ONT) 26L 

Philadelphia, PA (PHL) 09R 

Phoenix, AZ (PHX) 08 

Pittsburgh, PA (PIT) 10L 

Reno, NV (RNO) 16R 

Salt Lake City, UT (SLC) 34L 

San Antonio, TX (SAT) 12R 

San Diego, CA (SAN) 09 

San Francisco, CA (SFO) 28R 

San Juan, PR (SJU) 08 

Seattle, WA (SEA) 16C 

St. Louis, MO (STL) 30R 

Tampa, FL (TPA) 36L 

Tulsa, OK (TUL) 36R 

Washington, DC (DCA) 01 

Washington, DC (IAD) 01R 

Wichita, KS (ICT) OIL 



NOTE — The existing CPA runway is listed. Pending and future changes at some locations will require a revised runway 
designation. 



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373 



FIREFIGHTING TRAFFIC AREAS 



Geographic 
Center of the Fire 



Participating aircraft in 
orbit approximately 
3000 AGL 





Participating 
aircraft may orbit 
up to 12 miles from 
the tire boundary 



Pilots are advised to stay clear of Firefighting Traffic Areas. Remain 1 5 miles from the 
area of activity. If you must over- fly the area, do so at an altitude of 5000 feet AGL 
above. However, to remain safe and out of the way of working aircraft, it is best to 
circumnavigate the area. 

The wild-land fire environment can be very complex and involve a large number and 
variety of aircraft types including fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Some of the aircraft are 
small single and multi-engine command and control platforms that can be especially 
difficult to see and may give the appearance that the fire is not staffed. The aircraft 
participating in firefighting can orbit as far out as 12 miles from the perimeter of the fire. 
Any intrusion by aircraft not directly involved in the firefighting operation could delay 
the delivery of much needed retardant or water to ground firefighters and will adversely 
affect the safety of participating aircraft. Please stay well away from wild-land fires even 
if you feel that aircraft are not working the fire; they may be en route or unseen. 

If you see a fire developing along your route, report it immediately to air traffic control 
who will advise the US Forest Service. The firefighting community would welcome this 
information. 



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374 REGULATORY NOTICES 

The following narratives summarize the FAR Part 93 Special Air Traffic Rules, and Airport Traffic Patterns in effect as 
prescribed in the rule. This information is advisory in nature and in no way relieves the pilot from compliance with the 
specific rules set forth in FAR Parts 91 and 93. 

Special Airport Traffic Areas prescribed in Part 93 are depicted on Sectional Aeronautical Charts, World Aeronautical 
Charts, Enroute Low Altitude Charts, and where applicable, on VFR Terminal Area Charts. 

OPERATIONS RESERVATIONS FOR HIGH DENSITY TRAFFIC AIRPORTS 
KENNEDY, LAGUARDIA, AND WASHINGTON REAGAN NATIONAL 

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has designated New York's Kennedy and LaGuardia Airports and Washington 
Reagan National Airport as High Density Traffic Airports (HDTA), Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, part 93, subpart K, 
and has prescribed air traffic rules and requirements for operating aircraft (excluding helicopters) to and from those 
airports during certain hours. 

Reservations are required for operations from 6 a.m. through 11:59 p.m. local time at LaGuardia Airport and Washington 
Reagan National Airport. Reservations at Kennedy Airport are required from 3 p.m. through 7:59 p.m. local time. 

Reservation procedures are detailed in Advisory Circular 93-1, Reservations for Unscheduled Operations at High Density 
Traffic Airports. A copy of the advisory circular is available on the FAA website at http://www.faa.gov. Reservations for 
unscheduled operations are allocated through the Enhanced Computer Voice Reservation System (e-CVRS) accessible via 
telephone or the Internet. This system may not be used to make reservations for scheduled air carrier or commuter flights. 

The toll-free telephone number for accessing e-CVRS is 1-800-875-9694 and is available for calls originating within the 
United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. Users outside the toll-free areas may access e-CVRS by calling the toll number 
of 703-707-0568. The Internet web address for accessing the e-CVRS is http://www.fly.faa.gov/ecvrs. If you have any 
questions about reservation requirements or are experiencing problems with the system, you may telephone the Airport 
Reservation Office at the Air Traffic Control System Command Center at (703) 904-4452. 

Requests for instrument flight rules (IFR) reservations will be accepted beginning 72 hours prior to the proposed time of 
operation at the high-density airport. For example, a request for an 11 a.m. reservation on a Thursday will be accepted 
beginning at 11 a.m. on the previous Monday. 

IFR reservations must be obtained prior to IFR landing or takeoff at an HDTA during slot controlled hours. An air traffic 
control (ATC) clearance does not constitute a reservation. A reservation does not constitute permission to operate at an 
HDTA if additional operational limits or procedures are required by NOTAM and/or regulation. 

Aircraft involved in medical emergencies will be handled by ATC without regard to a reservation after obtaining prior 
approval of the ATC System Command Center on (703) 904-4452. ATC will accommodate declared other emergency 
situations without regard to slot reservations. 

NOTE: Visual flight rule (VFR) reservations via ATC for unscheduled operations at LaGuardia are not authorized from 7 a.m. 
through 8:59 a.m. local time and 4 p.m. through 6:59 p.m. local time, Monday through Friday and Sunday evenings, 
unless otherwise announced by NOTAM. Both IFR and VFR operations during those time periods must obtain an 
advance reservation through e-CVRS. 



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FSS 
TELEPHONE NUMBERS 

Flight Service Station (FSS) facilities provide flight planning and weather briefing services to pilots. FSS services in the 
contiguous United States, Hawaii and Puerto Rico, are provided by a network of large hub facilities and smaller remote 
facilities which are interconnected with the hubs. 

Selected remote FSS facilities across the contiguous United States have variable part-time operating hours. Because of the 
interconnectivity between remote and hub facilities, all FSS services are available continuously using published 
telephone numbers and radio frequencies. 

Telephone Information Briefing Service (TIBS) is the FSS service that provides continuous recordings of meteorological and/or 
aeronautical information including area and/or route briefings, airspace procedures and special announcements. A 
touch-tone telephone is required to fully utilize this service. 

Further information can be found in the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM). 

NATIONAL FSS TELEPHONE NUMBER 

Pilot Weather Briefings 1-800-WX-BRIEF (1-800-992-7433) 

OTHER FSS TELEPHONE NUMBERS (except in Alaska) 

TIBS (see description above) 1-800-4TIBS-WX (1-877-484-2799) 

Clearance Delivery Only 1-888-766-8267 

Lifeguard Flights Only 1-877-LIF-GRD3 (1-877-543-4733) 

Flights within DC SFRA & FRZ * 1-866-225-7410 

* District of Columbia Special Flight Rules Area & Flight Restricted Zone 



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KEY to AERODROME FORECAST (TAF) and 

AVIATION ROUTINE WEATHER REPORT 

(METAR) 



TAF KPIT 091730Z 091818 15005KT 5SM HZ.FEW020 WS010/31022KT 

FM1930 30015G25KT 3SM SHRA OVC015 TEMPO 2022 1/2SM +TSRA 

OVC008CB 
FM0100 27008KT 5SM SHRA BKN020 OVC040 PROB40 0407 1SM -RA BR 
FM1015 18005KT 6SM -SHRA OVC020 BECMG 1315 P6SM NSW SKC 

METAR KPIT 091955Z COR 22015G25KT 3/4SM R28L/2600FT TSRA OVC010CB 
18/16 A2992 RMK SLP045 T0 1820 159 



Forecast 



TAF 

KPIT 

091730Z 

091818 



15005KT 



5SM 



HZ 
FEW020 



Explanation 



Message type: JAF-routine or TAF AMD- amended forecast, METAR' 



hourly, SPECI- special or TESTM- non-commissioned ASOS report 

ICAO location indicator 

Issuance time: ALL times in UTC "Z", 2-digit date, 4-digit time 

Valid period: 2-digit date, 2-digit beginning, 2-digit ending times 

In U.S. METAR: CORr ected ob; or AUTOm ated ob for automated 
report with no human intervention; omitted when observer logs on 

Wind: 3 digit true-north direction, nearest 10 degrees (or VaRiaBle); 
next 2-3 digits for speed and unit, KT (KMH or MPS); as needed, 
Gust and maximum speed; 00000KT for calm; for METAR, if direc- 
tion varies 60 degrees or more, Variability appended, e.g. 180V260 

Prevailing visibility: in U.S., Statute Miles & fractions; above 6 
miles in TAF Plu s6SM . (Or, 4-digit minimum visibility in meters 
and as required, lowest value with direction) 

Runway Visual Range: R; 2-digit runway designator Left, Center, 
or Right as needed; 7"; Minus or Plus in U.S., 4-digit value, FeeT 
in U.S., (usually meters elsewhere); 4-digit value Variability 4-digit 
value (and tendency Down, Up or No change) 

Significant present, forecast and recent weather: see table (on back) 

Cloud amount, height and type: SKy Clear 0/8, FEW >0/8-2/8, 
SCaTtered 3/8-4/8, BroKeN 5/8-7/8, OVerCast 8/8; 3-digit height in 
hundreds of ft; lowering CUmulus or CumulonimBus in METAR; in 
TAF, only CB. Vertical Visibility for obscured sky and height 
"W004". More than 1 layer may be reported or forecast. In auto- 
mated METAR reports only, CLeaR for "clear below 12,000 feet' 

Temperature: degrees Celsius; first 2 digits, temperature 7" last 2 
digits, dew-point temperature; Minus for below zero, e.g., M06 

Altimeter setting: indicator and 4 digits; in U.S., A-inches and 
hundredths; (Q-hectoPascals, e.g., Q1013) 



Report 



METAR 



KPIT 
091955Z 



COR 



22Q15G25KT 



3/4SM 



R28L/2600FT 



TSRA 
OVC010CB 



18/16 
A2992 



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Forecast 



KEY to AERODROME FORECAST (TAF) and 

AVIATION ROUTINE WEATHER REPORT 

(METAR) 

Explanation 



Report 



WS010/31022KT 



FM1930 



TEMPO 2022 



PROB40 0407 



BECMG 1315 



In U.S. TAF, non-convective low-level (<2,000 ft) Wind Shear; 3-digit 
height (hundreds of ft); 7"; 3-digit wind direction and 2-3 digit wind 
speed above the indicated height, and unit, KT 

In METAR, ReMarK indicator & remarks. For example: Sea-Level 
Pressure in hectoPascals & tenths, as shown: 1004.5 hPa; Temp/ 
dew-point in tenths °C, as shown: temp. 18.2°C, dew-point 15.9°C 

FroM and 2-digit hour and 2-digit minute beginning time: indicates 
significant change. Each FM starts on new line, indented 5 spaces. 
TEMPO rary: changes expected for < 1 hour and in total, < half of 



2-digit hour beginning and 2-digit hour ending time period 
PROBa bility and 2-digit percent (30 or 40): probable condition during 



2-digit hour beginning and 2-digit hour ending time period 
BEC oMinG: change expected during 2-digit hour beginning and 
2-digit hour ending time period 



RMK 

SLP04S 

T01820159I 



Table of Significant Present, Forecast and Recent Weather - Grouped in categories and used in 
the order listed below; or as needed in TAF, No Significant Weather. 



QUALIFIER 




Intensity or Proximity 




- Light "no sign" Moderate + Heavy 




VC Vicinity: but not at aerodrome; in U.S. METAR, between 5 and 10SM of the point(s) of 


observation; in U.S. TAF, 5 to 10SM from center of runway 


complex (elsewhere within 8000m) 


Descriptor 




Ml Shallow BC Patches PR Partial 


TS Thunderstorm 


BL Blowing SH Showers DR Drifting 


FZ Freezing 


WEATHER PHENOMENA 




Precipitation 




DZ Drizzle RA Rain SN Snow 


SG Snow grains 


IC Ice crystals PL Ice pellets GR Hail 


GS Small hail/snow pellets 


UP Unknown precipitation in automated observations 




Obscuration 




BR Mist (>5/8SM) FG Fog (<5/8SM) FU Smoke 


VA Volcanic ash 


SA Sand HZ Haze PY Spray 


DU Widespread dust 


Other 




SQ Squall SS Sandstorm DS Duststorm 


PO Well developed 


FC Funnel cloud +FC tornado/waterspout 


dust/sand whirls 



- Explanations in parentheses "( )" indicate different worldwide practices. 

- Ceiling is not specified; defined as the lowest broken or overcast layer, or the vertical visibility. 

- NWS TAFs exclude turbulence, icing & temperature forecasts; NWS METARs exclude trend fcsts 

- Although not used in US, Ceiling And Visibility OK replaces visibility, weather and clouds if: visibil- 
ity >10 km; no cloud below 5000 TF (1 550 m) ofbelow the highest minimum sector altitude, which- 
ever is greater and no CB; and no precipitation, TS, DS, SS, MIFG, DRDU, DRSA or DRSN. 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
NOAA/PA 96052 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration— National Weather Service 



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KEY AIR TRAFFIC FACILITIES 



Air Traffic Control System Command Center 

Main Number 703-904-4400 



RGNL AIR TRAFFIC DIVISIONS 



REGION 



TELEPHONE 



Alaskan 

Central 

Eastern 

Great Lakes 

New England 

Northwest Mountain 

Southern 

Southwest 

Western Pacific 



907-271-5464 
816-329-2500 
718-553-4502 
847-294-7202 
781-238-7500 
425-227-2500 
404-305-5500 
817-222-5500 
310-725-6500 



AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTERS (ARTCCs) 



ARTCC 
NAME 



*24 HR RGNL 
DUTY OFFICE 
TELEPHONE # 



BUSINESS 




BUSINESS 


HOURS 




TELEPHONE* 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p.m. 


505-856-4300 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . m . 


907-269-1137 


7:30 a.m. 


-5:00 


p . m . 


770-210-7601 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . m . 


603-879-6633 


8:00 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . m . 


630-906-8221 


8:00 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . m . 


440-774-0310 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . m . 


303-651-4100 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . in . 


817-858-7503 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . in . 


281-230-5300 


8:00 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . in . 


317-247-2231 


8:00 a.m. 


-4:30 


p . in . 


904-549-1501 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . in . 


913-254-8500 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . in . 


661-265-8200 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p.m. 


901-368-8103 


7:00 a.m. 


-3:30 


p . in . 


305-716-1500 


8:00 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . in . 


651-463-5580 


8:00 a.m. 


-4:40 


p . in . 


516-468-1001 


6:30 a.m. 


-3:00 


p . in . 


510-745-3331 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . in . 


801-320-2500 


7:30 a.m. 


-4:00 


p . in . 


253-351-3500 


8:00 a.m. 


-4:30 


p . in . 


703-771-3401 



Albuquerque 

Anchorage 

Atlanta 

Boston 

Chicago 

Cleveland 

Denver 

Ft. Worth 

Houston 

Indianapolis 

Jacksonville 

Kansas City 

Los Angeles 

Memphis 

Miami 

Minneapolis 

New York 

Oakland 

Salt Lake City 

Seattle 

Washington 



817- 
907- 
404- 
617- 
847 
847 
425- 
817 
817- 
847- 
404- 
816- 
661- 
404- 
404- 
847- 
718- 
310- 
425- 
425- 
718- 



222-5006 
271-5936 
305-5180 
238-7001 
294-8400 
294-8400 
227-1389 
222-5006 
222-5006 
294-8400 
305-5180 
329-3000 
265-8200 
305-5180 
305-5180 
294-8400 
995-5426 
725-3300 
227-1389 
227-1389 
995-5426 



MAJOR TERMINAL RADAR APPROACH CONTROLS (TRACONs) 





*24 HRRGNL 


TRACON 


DUTY OFFICE 


NAME 


TELEPHONE # 


Atlanta 


404-305-5180 


Chicago 


847-294-8400 


Dallas/Ft. Worth 


817-222-5006 


Denver 


425-227-1389 


Houston 


817-222-5006 


New York 


718-995-5426 


Northern CA 


310-725-3300 


Southern CA 


310-725-3300 



BUSINESS 




BUSINESS 


HOURS 




TELEPHONE* 


7:00 a.m. -3:30 


p . m . 


404-669-1200 


8:00 a.m. -4:00 


p . in . 


847-608-5509 


7:30 a.m. -4:00 


p.m. 


972-615-2500 


7:30 a.m. -4:00 


p . m . 


303-342-1500 


7:30 a.m. -4:00 


p . in . 


281-230-8400 


8:00 a.m. -4:30 


p . ni . 


516-683-2901 


7:00 a.m. -3:30 


p . m . 


916-366-4001 


7:30 a.m. -4:00 


p . ni . 


858-537-5800 



* Facilities can be contacted through the Rgnl Duty Officer during non-business hours. 



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KEY AIR TRAFFIC FACILITIES 

DAILY NAS REPORTABLE AIRPORTS 



379 



AIRPORT 
NAME 



"24HRRGNL 
DUTY OFFICE 
TELEPHONE* 



BUSINESS 
HOURS 



BUSINESS 
TELEPHONE* 



817-222-5006 
718-995-5426 



1:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 
1:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m. 



Albuquerque Intl Sunport, NM 
Andrews AFB, MD 
Baltimore/ Washington 

Intl Thurgood Marshall, MD 
Boston Logan Intl, MA 
Bradley Intl, CT 
Burbank/Bob Hope, CA 
Charlotte Douglas Intl, NC 
Chicago Midway, IL 
Chicago O'Hare Intl, IL 
Cleveland Hopkins Intl, OH 
Covington/Cincinnati, OH 
Dallas/Ft. Worth Intl, TX 
Dayton Cox Intl, OH 
Denver Intl, CO 
Detroit Metro, Ml 
Fairbanks Intl, AK 
Fort Lauderdale Intl, FL 
George Bush 

Intercontinental/Houston, TX 
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl, GA 
Honolulu Intl, HI 
Houston Hobby, TX 
Indianapolis Intl, IN 
Kahului/Maui, HI 
Kansas City Intl, MO 
Las Vegas McCarran, NV 
Los Angeles Intl, CA 
Louis Armstrong New Orleans Intl, LA 
Memphis Intl, TN 
Miami Intl, FL 
Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN 
Nashville Intl, TN 
New York Kennedy Intl, NY 
New York La Guardia, NY 
Newark Liberty Intl, NJ 
Norman Y. Mineta San Jose Intl, CA 
Ontario Intl, CA 
Orlando Intl, FL 
Philadelphia Intl, PA 
Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl, AZ 
Pittsburgh Intl, PA 
Portland Intl, OR 
Raleigh-Durham, NC 
Ronald Reagan Washington 

National, DC 
Salt Lake City, UT 
San Antonio Intl, TX 
San Diego Lindbergh Intl, CA 
San Francisco Intl, CA 
San Juan Intl, PR 
Seattle-Tacoma Intl, WA 
St. Louis Lambert, MO 
Tampa Intl, FL 

Ted Stevens Anchorage Intl, AK 
Teterboro, NJ 

Washington Dulles Intl, DC 
West Palm Beach, FL 
Westchester Co, NY 

* Facilities can be contacted through the Rgnl Duty Officer during non-business hours. 



505-842-4366 
301-735-2380 



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704-344-6487 


847-294-8400 


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817-222-5006 


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310-643-3200 


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380 



AIR ROUTE TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTERS 



Air Route Traffic Control Center frequencies and their remoted transmitter sites are listed below for the coverage of this 
volume. Bold face type indicates high altitude frequencies, light face type indicates low altitude frequencies. To insure 
unrestricted IFR operations within the high altitude enroute sectors, the use of 720 channel communications equipment 
(25 kHz channel) spacing is required. 



©ALBUQUERQUE CENTER 134.6 132.8 
Amarillo Nr 1 - 127.85 
AmarilloNr 2 -134.75 
El Paso A- 135.875 134.175 
El Paso B- 128.2 125.525 
Fort Stockton- 135.875 132.2 120.975 
Mount Dora - 133.05 127.852 



H-4-5-6-7, L-5-6-7-8-10-15-17-19 
(KZAB) 



©FORT WORTH CENTER 134.4 
Abilene - 134.25 127.45 
Ardmore - 132.975 128.1 
Big Spring -133.7 
Blue Ridge A- 124.875 
Blue Ridge B - 127.6 
Brownwood - 127.45 
Clinton-Sherman - 1 32.45 128.4 126.3 
Cumby - 132.85 132.02 126.575 
Dublin -128.325 
Dublin A- 135.375 
Dublin B - 127.15 
El Dorado- 128.2 
Frankston - 135.25 134.025 
Gainsville - 126.775 124.75 
Keller - 135.275 134.15 133.25 
Lubbock - 132.6 126.45 120.775 
Marshall -135.1 128.125 
McAlester - 135.45 132.2 
Midland A -133.1 132.075 
Mineral Wells - 127.0 120.35 
Monroe - 126.325 
Oklahoma City- 133.9 132.45 
Paducah - 134.55 133.5 126.45 120.775 
Paris- 124.875 
Plainview - 126.45 
San Angelo - 126.15 120.275 
Scurry- 135.75 126.725 
Shreveport- 133.875 132.275 126.325 
Snyder- 132.6 

Texarkana - 134.475 126.575 123.925 
Tyler -135.25 134.025 
Waco- 133.3 

Wichita Falls Nrl - 132.925 124.525 
Wichita Falls Nr2 - 133.5 127.95 



H-6, L-6-15-17-18-19-21-22 
(KZFW) 



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tJHOUSTON CENTER -134.35 H-6-7-8-9, L-l 7-18-19-20-21-22 

Arr-Dep US - 135.77 134.95 133.75 133.4 132.65 132.4 128.3 127.8 125.75 120.35 (KZHU] 

Alexandria - 132.7 127.85 120.975 
Austin- 132.725 125.65 
Beaumont - 133.8 126.95 
Cameron County- 132.65 132.65 
College Station - 135.325 134.8 134.5 125.15 120.4 
Fredericksburg - 134.2 132.725 
Galveston - 133.8 
Galveston A- 133.4 
Grand Isle - 134.9 132.175 
Hattiesburg- 126.8 119.725 
Houma - 132.65 132.65 
Intracoastal City - 120.35 
Kerrville - 134.95 
Kingsville - 133.75 128.15 
Lacombe - 126.875 
Lafayette - 133.65 126.35 
Lake Charles - 132.95 124.7 
Laredo - 128.6 127.8 126.75 
Lometa - 132.35 

Lufkin - 134.8 133.575 132.775 126.95 125.17 
McComb - 126.8 
Mobile - 132.6 125.775 
Natchez - 120.97 
Newton - 134.8 126.95 
New Orleans - 126.35 127.0 
Palacios- 132.15 128.6 
Rockport - 135.47 134.6 128.15 
Rocksprings - 132.4 125.75 
San Antonio - 134.95 132.8 125.25 
San Antonio A - 134.6 126.425 120.6 
Sealy - 132.15 126.425 119.175 
Uvalde - 134.95 126.1 
Vermillion- 120.35 
Victoria- 135.05 



iJKANSAS CITY CENTER - 1 32.325 
Chanute - 132.9 
Gage - 126.95 
Liberal - 134.675 134.0 
Oklahoma City- 128.3 
Ponca City- 127.8 
Tulsa - 125.825 128.8 



H-5-6, L-10-15-16-27, A-2 
(KZKC] 



iJMEMPHIS CENTER - 127.975 124.025 
Brinkley - 135.3 124.025 126.85 
Columbus - 134.775 133.125 127.1 
Fayetteville - 132.55 126.1 
Fort Smith - 126.1 

Greenville - 135.875 133.075 124.925 
Greenwood - 132.5 127.425 
Harrison - 126.85 
Hot Springs- 128.475 
Jackson - 132.5 
Louisville - 132.75 

McKellar- 134.65 127.975 126.45 124.35 
Meridian - 128.275 125.975 
Pine Bluff- 135.875 132.425 125.475 
Russellville - 128.475 

Tupelo - 135.9 135.9 134.4 128.5 127.375 
Walnut Ridge - 132.375 120.075 



-5-6-9, L-15-16-17-18-22-25-26 
(KZME) 



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382 FLIGHT SERVICE STATION COMMUNICATION FREQUENCIES 

VHF frequencies available at Flight Service Stations and at their remote communication outlets (RCO's) are listed below for 
the coverage of this volume. Frequencies in bold type are available all altitudes but recommended for use FL180 and 
above. "T" indicates transmit only and "R" indicates receive only. RCO's available at NAVAID's are listed after the NAVAID 
name. RCO's not at NAVAID's are listed by name. 

ALBUQUERQUE AFSS 122.55 

EL PASO RCO 122.4 122.55 
FORT STOCKTON VORTAC 116. 9T 122. 1R 
GUADALUPE PASS RCO 122.35 
MARFAVOR/DME 115. 9T 122. 1R 

DE RIDDER AFSS 

BATON ROUGE RCO 122.2 
DE RIDDER ROC 122.2 
DRISKILL MOUNTAIN RCO 122.35 
ESLER RCO 122.55 
HOUMA RCO 122.45 
LAFAYETTE RCO 122.35 
LAKE CHARLES RCO 122.3 
LEEVILLE VORTAC 113. 5T 122. 1R 
MANY RCO 122.15 
MONROE RCO 122.25 
NEW ORLEANS RCO 122.6 
PATTERSON RCO 122.5 
SHREVEPORT RCO 122.6 
SOUTH TIMBALIER RCO 122.6 
TIBBY VORTAC 112.0T 122. 1R 
VERMILLION RCO 122.6 

FORT WORTH AFSS 122.6 

ABILENE RCO 122.65 
AMARILLO RCO 122.65 
BRECKENRIDGE RCO 122.5 
BROWNWOOD RCO 122.5 
CHILDRESS RCO 122.45 
DALHART RCO 122.2 
DALLAS RCO 122.3 
GREGG COUNTY RCO 122.2 
JACKSBORO RCO 122.4 
LUBBOCK RCO 122.55 
MINERAL WELLS RCO 122.2 
PARIS RCO 122.25 
PLAINVIEW RCO 122.55 
SHERMAN/DENISON RCO 122.3 
SNYDER RCO 122.45 
TYLER RCO 122.3 
WACO RCO 122.15 
WICHITA FALLS RCO 122.65 

GREENWOOD AFSS 

BIGBEE RCO 123.65 

EATON VORTAC 110. 6T 122. 1R 

GREENVILLE VOR/DME 110. 2T 122. 1R 

GREENWOOD RCO 122.2 122.55 

GULFPORT VOR/DME 109. OT 122. 1R 

HOLLY SPRINGS VORTAC 112. 4T 122. 1R 122.3 

JACKSON VORTAC 112. 6T 122. 1R 122.2 122.65 

KEWANEE VORTAC 113.8T 122. 1R 

LAUREL RCO 122.3 

MC COMB RCO 122.2 122.4 

MC COMB VORTAC 116. 7T 122. 1R 122.2 122.4 

MERIDIAN VORTAC 117. OT 122. 1R 122.2 122.6 

NATCHEZ VOR/DME 110. OT 122. 1R 

PICAYUNE VOR/DME 112. 2T 122. 1R 

SIDON VORTAC 114. 7T 122. 1R 

TUPELO RCO 122.5 



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JONESBORO AFSS 1222122.3 

BATESVILLE RCO 122.25 

EL DORADO RCO 122.65 

FAYETTEVILLE RCO 122.3 

FAYETTEVILLE (SPRINGDALE) RCO 122.55 

FLIPPIN RCO 122.35 

FORT SMITH RCO 122.2 

HARRISON RCO 122.45 

HOT SPRINGS VOR/DME 110. OT 122. 1R 

JONESBORO RCO 122.2 122.3 123.6 

LITTLE ROCK RCO 122.55 

MONTICELLO VOR/DME 111.6T 122. 1R 

PINE BLUFF RCO 122.6 

SOCIAL HILL RCO 122.075 

TEXARKANA RCO 122.45 

WALNUT RIDGE VORTAC 114. 5T 122. 1R 

NIC ALESTER AFSS 

ADA RCO 122.45 

ARDMORE RCO 122.55 

BARTLESVILLE RCO 123.6 

GAGE RCO 122.55 

HOBART RCO 122.2 

MC ALESTER RCO 122.65 123.6 

MUSKOGEE RCO 122.5 

NORMAN RCO 122.15 

PONCA CITY RCO 122.25 

RICH MOUNTAIN RCO 122.6 

SAYRE VORTAC 115. 2T 122. 1R 

STILLWATER VOR/DME 108. 4T 122. 1R 122.3 

TULSA RCO 122.2 123.65 

WILEY POST RCO 122.4 122.65 

WOODRING RCO 122.6 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY AFSS 

BEAUMONT RCO 122.2 

CENTER RCO 122.6 

COLLEGE STATION RCO 122.2 122.65 

EAST BREAKS RCO 122.5 

GALVESTON RCO 122.15 122.2 

HIGH ISLAND RCO 122.35 

HOBBY RCO 122.35 

HOUSTON RCO 122.4 

HUNTSVILLE RCO 122.3 

JASPER RCO 122.5 

LUFKIN RCO 122.2 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY RCO 122.0 122.2 

PALACIOS RCO 122.25 

VICTORIA RCO 122.2 

SAN ANGELO AFSS 

ALICE RCO 122.6 

AUSTIN RCO 122.55 

BIG SPRING RCO 122.4 

BROWNSVILLE RCO 122.3 

CENTER POINT VORTAC 117. 5T 122. 1R 

CORPUS CHRISTI RCO 122.65 

COTULLA RCO 122.2 

DEL RIO RCO 122.3 

EAGLE PASS RCO 122.3 

HARLINGEN RCO 122.35 

JUNCTION RCO 122.3 

LAMPASAS RCO 122.55 

LAREDO RCO 122.3 

MC ALLEN RCO 122.2 

MIDLAND RCO 122.6 

PECOS VOR/DME 111.8T 122. 1R 

ROCKSPRINGS VORTAC 111.2T 122. 1R 

SAN ANGELO RCO 122.25 

SAN ANTONIO RCO 122.2 122.3 

STONEWALL VORTAC 113.8T 122. 1R 

TEMPLE VOR/DME 110. 4T 122. 1R 

THREE RIVERS VORTAC 111.4T 122. 1R 

UVALDE RCO 123.65 

WINK RCO 122.05 



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FSDO 



FLIGHT STANDARDS DISTRICT OFFICES (FSDO) 

Below is a list of FSDO's in the area of coverage of this directory. These offices serve the aviation industry and the 
general public on matters relating to certification and operation of general aviation aircraft. Address letters to Manager, 
Flight Standards District Office-Federal Aviation Administration. 



ARKANSAS 



TEXAS 



1701 Bond Street 
Little Rock, AR 72202 
Telephone: 501 -918-4400 

1-800-632-9566 (AR only) 

LOUISIANA 

9191 Plank Road 
Baton Rouge, LA 70811 
Telephone: 225-358-6800 

1-800-821-1960 

MISSISSIPPI 

100 W. Cross Street, Suite C 
Jackson-Evers Intl Airport 
Jackson, MS 39208 
Telephone: 601-664-9800 

OKLAHOMA 



1431 Greenway Drive, Suite 1000 

Irving, TX 75038 

Telephone: 972-582-1800 

972-582-1872 (Fax) 
972-582-1862 (Fax) 

14800 Trinity Blvd., Suite 200 
Fort Worth, TX 76155 
Telephone: 817-684-6700 

817-684-6757 (Fax) 

Route 3, Box 51 
Lubbock, TX 79403-9712 
Telephone: 806-740-3800 

806-740-3809 (Fax) 
1-800-858-4115 

10100 Reunion Place, Suite 200 
San Antonio, TX 78216-4128 
Telephone: 210-308-3300 

1-800-292-2023 



The Parkway Building 
1300 S. Meridian, Suite 601 
Oklahoma City, OK 73108 
Telephone: 405-951-4200 



2221 Alliance Blvd, Suite 400 
Fort Worth, TX 76177 
Telephone: 817-491-5000 

13100 Space Center Blvd., Suite 5400 

Houston, TX 77059-3598 

Telephone: 281-212-9700 

888-285-2127 (Toll free) 
281-212-9759 (Fax) 




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ROUTES 
PREFERRED IFR ROUTES 



385 



A system of preferred routes has been established to guide pilots in planning their routes of flight to minimize route 
changes during the operational phase of flight, and to aid in the efficient orderly management of the air traffic using federal 
airways. The preferred IFR routes which follow are designed to serve the needs of airspace users and to provide for a 
systematic flow of air traffic in the major terminal and enroute flight environments. Cooperation by all pilots in filing 
preferred routes will result in fewer traffic delays and will better provide for efficient departure, enroute and arrival air 
traffic service. 

The following lists contain preferred IFR routes for the low altitude stratum and the high altitude stratum. The high 
altitude list is in two sections; the first section showing terminal to terminal routes and the second section showing single 
direction route segments. Also, on some high altitude routes low altitude airways are included as transition routes. 

The following will explain the terms/abbreviations used in the listing: 

1. Preferred routes beginning/ending with an airway number indicate that the airway essentially overlies the airport and 
flight are normally cleared directly on the airway. 

2. Preferred IFR routes beginning/ending with a fix indicate that aircraft may be routed to/from these fixes via a 
Standard Instrument Departure {SID) route, radar vectors (RV), or a Standard Terminal Arrival Route (STAR). 

3. Preferred IFR routes for major terminals selected are listed alphabetically under the name of the departure airport. 
Where several airports are in proximity they are listed under the principal airport and categorized as a metropolitan area; 
e.g., New York Metro Area. 

4. Preferred IFR routes used in one direction only for selected segments, irrespective of point of departure or 
destination, are listed numerically showing the segment fixes and the direction and times effective. 

5. Where more than one route is listed the routes have equal priority for use. 

6. Official location identifiers are used in the route description for VOR/VORTAC navaids. 

7. Intersection names are spelled out. 

8. Navaid radial and distance fixes (e.g., ARD201113) have been used in the route description in an expediency and 
intersection names will be assigned as soon as routine processing can be accomplished. Navaid radial (no distance 
stated) may be used to describe a route to intercept a specified airway (e.g., MIV MIV101 V39; another navaid radial (e.g., 
UIM UIM255 GSW0S1); or an intersection (e.g., GSW081 FITCH). 

9. Where two navaids, an intersection and a navaid, a navaid and a navaid radial and distance point, or any navigable 
combination of these route descriptions follow in succession, the route is direct. 

10. The effective times for the routes are in UTC. During periods of daylight saving time effective times will be one hour 
earlier than indicated. All states observe daylight saving time except Arizona, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Pilots 
planning flight between the terminals or route segments listed should file for the appropriate preferred IFR route. 

11. (90-170 incl) altitude flight level assignment in hundred of feet. 

12. The notations "pressurized" and "unpressurized" for certain low altitude preferred routes to Kennedy Airport 
indicate the preferred route based on aircraft performance. 

13. High Altitude Preferred IFR Routes are in effect during the following time periods unless otherwise noted. 

Sun 1300-2259 local time. 

Mon thru Fri 0701-2259 local time. 

Sat 0701-1459 local time. 

14. Use current SIDs and STARs for flight planning. 

15. For high altitude routes, the portion of the routes contained in brackets is suggested but optional. The portion of the 
route outside the brackets will likely be required by the facilities involved. 

LOW ALTITUDE 



Terminals 

DALLAS/FORT WORTH AREA 

Atlanta (ATL) 



Chicago Midway (MDW). 
Chicago O'Hare (ORD)... 



Houston Hobby (HOU). 
Memphis (MEM) 



New Orleans (MSO) 

San Antonio (SAT) 

HOUSTON METRO AREA 

Dallas/Fort Worth Area (DFW) . 
From GEORGE BUSH 

INTCNTL/HOUSTON (IAH): 
New Orleans (MSO) 



Route 

TTT084 SOLDO UIM V54 TXK V278 VUZ V417 
MAYES V325 DALAS ATL 

FUZ022 MLC206 MLC V63 UIN V586 PIA PIA056 
MOTIF JOT 

FUZ022 MLC206 MLC V63 UIN V586 PIA V262 
BDF V10 PLANO 

V369 TNV 

TTT084 SOLDO UIM V54 TXK V16 UJM 



TTT084 SOLDO UIM V114 VEILS . 
ACT V358 STV 



V477 CQY. 



(below FL180) TRIOS V222 LCH V20 . 



Effective 
Times 
(UTC| 



0000-2359 

0000-2359 

0000-2359 
0000-2359 
1200-1400 
and 
1800-0000 
0000-2359 
0000-2359 

0000-2359 



1100-0300 



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Terminals 

From HOUSTON WILLIAM P HOBBY (HOU): 

New Orleans (MSO) 

NEW ORLEANS METRO AREA 

Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) 

TULSA (TUL] 

Indianapolis (IND) 

Springfield (SPI) 

Terre Haute (HUF) 



BATON ROUGE METRO AREA 

Atlanta (ATL) 

Houston (HOU) 

Houston (IAH) 



DALLAS/FORT WORTH METRO AREA 

Baltimore (BWI) 

Boca Raton (BCT) 

Boston (BOS) 

Charlotte (CLT) 

Chicago Midway (MDW) 

Chicago O'Hare (ORD) 

Cincinnati (CVG) 

Cleveland Metro Area (CLE) (CGF) (BLK) 
(LNN) (LPR) 

Denver (DEN) 

Detroit Metro-Wayne (DTW) 

Detroit Metro Area (PTK), (YIP), (ARB) ..... 
(DET), (CYQG) 

Fort Lauderdale (FLL) 

Houston (HOU) 

Houston (IAH) 



Route 

(below FL180) V19S TBD V552 

RQR V566 AEX V114 GGG V94 CQY . 

V14 SGFV190 PXV Vll 

V14 SGF V63 UIN V50 

V14 SGFV190 PXVV7 

HIGH ALTITUDE 

Route 



GCV LGC-STAR 

or 

(RNAV only) GCV HONIE (RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) SALVO LFT 

ELAAN CLMBA COLUMBIA (RNAV)-STAR 

or 
(Non-advanced NAV only) SALVO LFT LCH 

DAISETTA-STAR 

(GPS OR DME/DEM-IRU EQUIPPED) SALVO LFT 

GIRLY WOLDE WOLDE (RNAV)-STAR 

or 
(Non-advanced NAV only) SALVO LFT LCH 

DAISETTA-STAR 

TXK J42 BKW J147 CSN OTT-STAR 

or 
(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) TXK J42 BKW 

J147 CSN RAVNN (RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS OR DME/DEM-IRU EQUIPPED) SWB MCB 

J50 CEW J2 SZW PRRIE (RNAV) STAR 
or 
(GPS OR DME/DME-IRU EQUIPPED) SWB HRV 

Q105 REDFN Q100 SRQ PRRIE (RNAV STAR) 
TTT064 LIT235 LIT J131 PXV J29 JHW J82 ALB 

GDM-STAR 

or 
SQS J52 ATL GRD J209 RDU J207 FKN J79 

JFK060060 ORW PVD V151 INNDY 

SQS J52 ATL UNARM-STAR 

or 
(Turbojets-GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) SQS 

J52 ATL ADENA (RNAV)-STAR 

FUZ J181 MAGOO MOTIF-STAR 

FUZ J181 BDF BDF-STAR 

(RNAV only) TXK J42 MEM J29 PXV SARGO 

(RNAV)-STAR 

PXV ABERZ-STAR 

ADM ADM303 ROLLS J52 LAA QUAIL-STAR 

LIT J131 PXV VHP FWA MIZAR-STAR 

TXK J131 PXV VHP FWA CRUXX-STAR 

TXK J131 PXV VHP FWA V96 VWV VWV051 

POOFE 

(DME/DME-IRU OR GPS) SWB HRV Q105 BLVNS 

Q102 BAGGS JINGL (RNAV) STAR 

or 
(all others) SWB HRV Q105 BLVNS Q102 BAGGS 

RSW FORTL-STAR 

(Turbojets) JPOOL-DP ELLVR TEXNN-STAR 

or 

(Non-Turbojets) JPOOL-DP CLL BLUBL-STAR 

JPOOL-DP BILEE RIICE-STAR 



Effective 
Times 
(UTC| 

1100-0300 

0000-2359 

0000-2359 
0000-2359 

0000-2359 



Effective 
Times 
(UTC| 



1200-0400 



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Terminals 

Kennedy (JFK) 

La Guardia (LGA). 

Louisville (III!) 

Miami (MIA) 



Newark (EWR) 

Philadelphia (PHL) 

Phoenix (PHX) 

Pittsburgh (PIT) 

San Francisco (SFO) 

San Jose (SJC) 

West Palm Beach (PBI) . 



Route 

SQS J52 ATL GRD J209 ORF J121 SIE 

CAMRN-STAR 

SQS J52 ATL AHN J20S HPW J191 PXT 

KORRY-STAR 

TXK J42 BNA BNA037 BARRY EWO 

(all others) SWB HRV 0105 BLVNS 0102 CYY 

CYY-STAR 

or 
(all others) SWB MCB J50 CEW J2 SZW J43 PIE 

CYY-STAR 

or 
(DME/DME/IRU OR GPS TURBOJET) SWB MCB 

J50 CEW J2 SZW SSCOT (RNAV)-STAR 

or 
(DME/DME/IRU OR GPS TURBOJET) SWB HRV 

Q105 BLVNS Q102 BAGGS SSCOT 

(RNAV)-STAR 

TXK J42 GVE DYLIN-STAR 

or 
(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) TXK J42 GVE 

PHLBO (RNAV)-STAR 

TXK J42 OTT DQO-STAR 

ABI J4 SSO J50 TOTEC 

TXK J42 MEM J29 PXV HNN WISKE-STAR 

TTT275 GTH119 GTH GTH28S TCC105 TCC J76 

FTI J5S OAL MOD 

TTT275 GTH119 GTH GTH28S TCC105 TCC J76 

FTI J5S OAL HYP 

SWB HRV Q105 REDFN Q100 SRQ WLACE 

(RNAV)-STAR 

or 
SWB MCB J50 CEW J2 SZW WLACE 

(RNAV)-STAR 

or 
(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) SWB MCB J50 

CEW J2 SZW WLACE (RNAV)-STAR 



Effective 
Times 
(UTC) 



0100-0500 



GULFPORT 

Houston (HOU) 

Houston (IAH) 

HOUSTON METRO AREA |H0U, IAH) 
Atlanta (ATL) 

Baltimore (BWI) 



Boca Raton (BCT). 



(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) SWB HRV 

Q105 REDFN Q100 SRQ WLACE (RNAV)-STAR .. 

(DME/DME-IRU or GPS-equipped) HRV 

COLUMBIA (RNAV)-STAR 

(DME/DME-IRU or GPS-equipped) HRV WOLDE 
(RNAV)-STAR 

LAKE CHARLES-DP BTR GCV LGC-STAR 

or 
(RNAV only) LAKE CHARLES-DP BTR GCV HONIE 

(RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) GUSTI 

(RNAV)-DP SJI J37 SPA J14 RIC OTT-STAR 

or 
(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) GUSTI 

(RNAV)-DP SJI J37 SPA J14 RIC RAVNN 

(RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) SABINE PASS 

(RNAV)-DP LEV Q100 SRQ PRRIE (RNAV)-STAR 



Boston (BOS).. 



Charlotte (CLT).. 



(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) SABINE PASS 
(RNAV)-DP LEV Q102 BAGGS JINGL 
(RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) GUSTI 

(RNAV)-DP SJI J37 MGM MGM048/138 GRD 
J209 RDU J207 FKN J79 JFK ORW-STAR 

LAKE CHARLES-DP BTR KALBE MEI J239 ATL 
UNARM-STAR 



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Terminals 



Chicago (ORD) . 



Cincinnati (CVG) 

Cleveland (CLE) 

Detroit-Wayne (DTW) . 

Fort Lauderdale (FLL). 



Kennedy (JFK). 



La Guardia (LGA). 



Miami (MIA). 



Newark (EWR).. 
Orlando (MCO). 



Palm Beach (PBI) . 



Philadelphia (PHL). 



Pittsburgh (PIT). 



Tampa (TPA) . 



Route 

(Turbojets-GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) 
LAKE CHARLES-DP BTR KALBE MEI J239 ATL 
ADENA (RNAV)-STAR 

LUFKIN-DP LIT J101 STL STL349 MAGOO 

BDF-STAR 

or 
J33 FUZ J105 BDF-STAR 

or 

LUFKIN-DP LIT J180 FTZ BDF-STAR 

(RNAV only) LUFKIN-DP LIT J131 PXV SARGO 

(RNAV)-STAR 

or 

(all others) LUFKIN-DP LIT J131 PXV 

MOSEY-STAR 

LUFKIN-DP LIT J131 PXV JUDDI CVG 

ZABER-STAR 

LUFKIN-DP LIT J131 PXV VHP FWA MIZAR-STAR .. 
or 

ALAMO-DP LFK J101 LIT J131 PXV VHP FWA 
MIZAR-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) 

SABINE PASS (RNAV)-DP LEV Q102 BAGGS 

RSW FORTL-STAR 

or 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) 

SABINE PASS (RNAV)-DP LEV Q102 BAGGS 
JINGL (RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) GUSTI 
(RNAV)-DP SJI J37 MGM MGM048138 GRD 
J209 ORF J121 SIE CAMRN-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) GUSTI 

(RNAV)-DP SJI J37 MGM AHN J208 HPW J191 
PXT KORRY-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) SABINE PASS 

(RNAV)-DP LEV Q102 CYY CYY-STAR 

or 

(Turbojets-GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) 
SABINE PASS (RNAV)-DP LEV Q102 BAGGS 
SSCOT(RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equiped) GUSTI 
(RNAV)-DP SJI SPA J14 J51 FAK PHLBO 
(RNAV)-STAR 

(all others) SABINE PASS (RNAV)-DP LEV Q100 

REMIS BOXKR MINEE-STAR 

or 

(Turbojets, GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) 
SABINE PASS (RNAV)-DP LEV Q100 REMIS 
BOXKR COSTR (RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) SABINE PASS 
(RNAV)-DP LEV Q100 SRQ WLACE 
(RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) GUSTI 
(RNAV)-DP SJI J37 SPA J14 J51 FAK 
DPNT-STAR 

LUFKIN-DP LIT J131 PXV IIU HNN WISKE-STAR ... 
or 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) LEV Q100 
REMIS BLOND BLOND(RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) SABINE PASS 
(RNAV)-DP LEV Q102 REMIS BLOND BLOND 
(RNAV)-STAR 



Effective 
Times 
(UTC| 



1400-0100 

0111-2024 

a n d 
2126-2359 

2025-2125 

a n d 
0000-0110 



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Terminals 

Washington (DCA) 

Washington (IAD) 

Windsor Locks (BDL) 

JACKSON (JAN) 

Houston (HOU) 

Houston (IAH) 

LITTLE ROCK (LIT) 

Houston (HOU) 

Houston (IAH) 

NEW ORLEANS (MSY) 

Atlanta (ATL) 

Baltimore (BWI) 

Boston (BOS) 

Cincinnati (CVG) 

Charlotte (CLT) 

Cleveland Metro Area (CLE) (CGF) (BKL) 

(LNN) (LPR) 

Denver (DEN) 

Detroit Metro-Wayne (DTW) 

Houston (HOU) 

Houston (IAH) 

Kennedy (JFK) 

La Guard ia (LGA) 

Louisville (IIU) 

Newark (EWR) 

Washington Dulles (IAD) 

Washington Natl (DCA) 



Route 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) GUSTI 
(RNAV)-DP SJI J37 SPA J14 RIC OJAAY 
(RNAV)-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) GUSTI 

(RNAV)-DP SJI J37 SPA J14 CREWE J51 FAK 
BARIN COATT-STAR 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) GUSTI 

(RNAV)-DP SJI J37 MGM MGM 048/138 GRD 
J209 RDU J207 FKN J79 JFK DPK DPK-STAR ... 

(DME/DME-IRU or GPS-equipped) AEX ROKIT 

(RNAV)-STAR 

or 

(Non-advanced NAV only) AEX DAS-STAR 

(Turbojets-DME/DME-IRU or GPS-equipped) AEX 

TXMEX (RNAV)-STAR 

or 
(Non-advanced NAV only) AEX DAS STAR 

(DME/DME-IRU or GPS-equipped) J180 SWB 

ROKIT (RNAV)-STAR 

or 
(Non-advanced NAV only) J180 SWB DAS-STAR .. 
(Turbojets-DME/DME-IRU or GPS-equipped) 

J180 SWB TXMEX (RNAV)-STAR 

or 
(Non-advanced NAV only) J180 SWB DAS-STAR .. 

GCV LGC-STAR 

J37 SPA J14 RIC OTT-STAR 

or 
(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) J37 SPA J14 

RIC RAVVN (RNAV)-STAR 

J37 MGM MGM048138 GRD J209 RDU J207 FKN 

J79 JFK ORW-STAR 

(RNAV only) J35 MEM J29 PXV SARGO 

(RNAV)-STAR 

or 

(all others) J35 MEM J29 PXV MOSEY-STAR 

(Turbojets-GPS or DME/DME-IRU Equipped) MEI 

J239 ATL ADENA (RNAV)-STAR 

IIU ZABER-STAR 

J58 FUZ J21 ADM J52 LAA QUAIL-STAR 

MEM J29 IMPEL VHP FWA MIZAR-STAR 

(DME/DME-IRU or GPS-equipped) KCEEE 

COLUMBIA (RNAV)-STAR 

or 

(Non-advanced NAV only) AEX DAS-STAR 

(DME/DME-IRU or GPS-equipped) JEPEG KUGLE 

WOLDE WOLDE (RNAV)-STAR 

or 

(Non-advanced NAV only) AEX DAS-STAR 

J37 MGM MGM048138 GRD J209 ORF J121 SIE 

CAMRN-STAR 

J37 MGM AHN J208 HPW J191 PXT 

KORRY-STAR 

J35 MEM BWG EWO 

J37 SPA J14 J51 FAK DYLIN-STAR 

or 
(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) J37 SPA J14 

J51 FAK PHLBO (RNAV)-STAR 

J37 SPA J14 J51 FAK COATT-STAR 

J37 SPA J14 RIC IRONS-STAR 



Effective 
Times 
(UTC) 



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Terminals 



Windsor Locks (BDL) . 



OKLAHOMA CITY (OKC| 

Houston HOU) 



Route 

(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) J37 SPA J14 
RIC OJAAY (RNAV)-STAR 

J37 MGM MGM04813S GRD J209 RDU J207 FKN 
J79 JFK DPK DPK-STAR 



Effective 
Times 
(UTC| 



(Turbojets) CVE TEXNN-STAR. 



Houston (IAH) 

SAN ANTONIO (SAT| 
Atlanta (ATL) 



(Non-Turbojets) CVE ELLVR BLUBL-STAR. 
CVE RIICE-STAR 



J2 LCH J590 GCV LGC STAR . 



Denver (DEN) 

Detroit Metro-Wayne Co (DTW) 

Houston (HOU) 

Houston (IAH) 

TULSA (TUL] 

Houston (HOU) 

Houston (IAH) 



(RNAV only) J2 LCH J590 GCV HONIE RNAV-STAR 

J17 AMA TBE J171 TODDE QUAIL-STAR 

ALAMO-DP LFK J101 LIT J131 PXV VHP FWA 

MIZAR-STAR 

ALAMO ELA LISSE-STAR 

ALAMO ELA GLAND-STAR 



(Turbojets) OKM CVE TEXNN-STAR . 
OKM CVE RIICE-STAR 



SPECIAL HIGH ALTITUDE DIRECTIONAL ROUTES 



Terminals Route 

Traffic(OCEANIC) originating South of 
Houston Center northbound: 

HOU (GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) A766 

KLAMS COLUMBIA (RNAV)-STAR 

or 
(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) B753 
MAHEE MCOOL COLUMBIA (RNAV)-STAR 

IAH (GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) A766 

KLAMS WOLDE (RNAV)-STAR 

or 
(GPS or DME/DME-IRU equipped) B753 
MAHEE KUGLE WOLDE (RNAV)-STAR 

HIGH ALTITUDE— SINGLE DIRECTION ROUTES 

Direction 
Airway Segment Fixes Effective 

J6 Lancaster, PA to Little Rock, AR Southwest 

J42 Texarkana, AR to Robbinsville, NJ Northeast 

J180 Little Rock, AR to Humble, TX Southwest 



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Times 
(UTC) 



Effective 
Times 
(UTC) 

1100-0300 
1100-0300 
1200-0400 



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391 



These area navigation routes extend more than 12 miles offshore in airspace controlled by the Federal Aviation 
Administration (FAA). Additional regulatory information for these routes can be found in the Notices to Airmen Publication, 
Part 3, International Notices to Airmen. 

These routes have a Minimum Obstruction Clearance Altitude (MOCA) of 1500 feet (MSL). The Minimum Enroute Altitude 
(MEA) for these routes is 6000 feet (MSL) 

Q100 

LEV VORTAC 

REDFN 

ROZZI 

REMIS 

SRQ VORTAC 

Q102 

LEV VORTAC 

BLVNS 

BUNNZ 

BACCA 

CIGAR 

BAGGS 

CYY VORTAC 

Q105 

HRV VORTAC 

FATSO 

REDFN 

BLVNS 



N28°52.987W088°42.11' 
N28°18.87'/W086°42.31' 
N27°53.047W085°15.47' 



N28°22.947W088°02.05' 
N28°00.58'/W086°45.76' 
N27°35.517W085°20.66' 
N27°29.617W084°46.99' 
N27°08.067W082 o 50.45' 



N29°41.407W089°47.08' 
N28°52.98yW088°42.11' 
N28°22.947W088°02.05' 



Q-ROUTES REGULATORY 



Ql, Q3, Q5, Q7, Q9 and Qll are preferred single direction (Southbound) Q routes; flight planning Northbound not 
authorized. 

Q routes are RNAV routes that require the use of GNSS or DME/DME/IRU RNAV, unless otherwise indicated. Please note 
that this section does not apply to Q routes in the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf of Mexico Q routes are explained in the Southeast 
and South Central A/FD volumes. Q routes listed in this A/FD volume have at least part of one of their leg segments within 
this volume's area of coverage. 

GNSS and DME/DME/IRU RNAV operations are authorized along Q routes at FL 180 and above. GNSS and DME/DME/IRU 
RNAV MEAs will only be published if above FL 180. 

DME facilities that have been assessed for RNAV operations are listed below. Q routes with no DME facilities listed are 
limited to GNSS RNAV operations only. Those routes will have an enroute chart note "GNSS REQUIRED". 



Route 

Ql 



Q2 



Q3 



Q4 



Q5 



Segment 

ELMAA-ERAVE 

ERAVE-EASON 

EASON-EBINY 

EBINY-ENVIE 

ENVIE-ETCHY 

ETCHY-POINT REYES 

BOILE-HEDVI 

HEDVI-HOBOL 

HOBOL-ITUCO 

ITUCO-NEWMAN 

FEPOT-FAMUK 

FAMUK-FRFLY 

FRFLY-FINER 

FINER-FOWND 

FOWND-POINT REYES 

BOILE-HEDVI 

HEDVI-SCOLE 

SCOLE-SPTFR 

SPTFR-ZEBOL 

ZEBOL-SKTTR 

SKTTR-EL PASO 

HAROB-HISKU 

HISKU-HARPR 

HARPR-HOMEG 

HOMEG-HUPTU 

HUPTU-STIKM 



DME 

BTG, OLM, HQM, HUH, UBG 

BTG, OLM, HQM, HUH, LTJ, CVO, DSD, OED, UBG, ONP, EUG 

CVO, DSD, OED, BTG, UBG, ONP, EUG, LMT 

CVO, OED, EUG, LMT, RBL, ENI, ONP, FJS 

OED, PYE, OAK, LIN, ECA, LMT, RBL, ENI, SAC, FJS 

LIN, ECA, RBL, ENI, SAC, OAK 

HEC, PDZ, OCN, PMD, LAX, RZS, IPL, TRM, PKE, BLH, EED, BZA, GBN, PXR 

BZA, GBN, BLH, EED, PXR, IPL, TFD, DRK, TUS 

TFD, GBN, BLH, PXR, TUS, CIE, SSO 

EWM, TFD, PXR, CIE, SSO, TUS, TCS 

OLM, TOU, HQM, CVO, BTG, DSD, LTJ, UBG, ONP, EUG 

BTG, DSD, OED, CVO, EUG, ONP, UBG, RBL, LMT 

OED, EUG, RBL, LMT, ENI, CVO, FJS 

OED, PYE, ECA, LIN, OAK, ENI, RBL, LMT, SAC, FJS 

LIN, ECA, PYE, RBL, SAC, ENI 

HEC, PDZ, OCN, PMD, LAX, RZS, IPL, TRM, PKE, BLH, EED, BZA, GBN, PXR 

EED, BLH, BZA, GBN, TRM, IPL, TFD 

EED, BLH, BZA, GBN, TRM, IPL, TFD 

EED, IPL, BZA, GBN, TFD, PXR, BLH 

PXR, BLH, BZA, GBN, TFD, TUS, SSO, CIE, SVC, TCS 

EWM, CUS, SVC, TCS, SSO, CIE, ELP, DMN, CME 

OLM, ONP, CVO, EUG, HQM, UBG, BTG, LTJ, DSD, HUH 

ONP, CVO, EUG, LTJ, DSD, UBG, BTG, RBL, OED, LMT, FJS, LKV 

CVO, EUG, OED, RBL, LMT, ENI, FJS, LKV 

SAC, PYE, LIN, OAK, ECA, LMT, RBL, ENI, OED, FJS 

OAK, ECA, PYE, LIN, SAC, ENI, RBL 



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Route 


Segment 


Q7 


JINMO-JOGEN 




JOGEN-JUNEJ 




JUNEJ-JAGWA 




JAGWA-AVENAL 


Q9 


SUMMA-SMIGE 




SMIGE-SUNBE 




SUNBE-REBRG 




REBRG-DERBB 


Qll 


PAAGE-PAWLI 




PAWLI-PITVE 




PITVE-PUSHH 




PUSHH-LOS ANGELES 


Q13 


All segments 


Q15 


All segments 


Q19 


PLESS-NASHVILLE 


Q20 


CORONA-HONDS 




HONDS-UNNOS 




UNNOS-FUSCO 




FUSCO-JUNCTION 


Q21 


JONEZ-RAZORBACK 


Q22 


GUSTI-OYSTY 




OYSTY-ACMES 




ACMES-CATLN 


Q23 


FORT SMITH-RAZORBACK 


Q24 


LAKE CHARLES-BATON 




ROUGE 




BATON ROUGE-IRUBE 




IRUBE-PAYTN 


Q25 


MEEOW-WALNUT RIDGE 




WALNUT RIDGE-WLSUN 




WLSUN-POCKET CITY 


Q26 


WALNUT RIDGE-DEVAC 


Q27 


FORT SMITH-ZALDA 


Q28 


GRAZN-PYRMD 




PYRMD-HAKAT 




HAKAT-ESTEE 




ESTEE-POCKET CITY 


Q29 


HARES-MEMPHIS 




MEMPHIS-SIDAE 




SIDAE-POCKET CITY 


Q30 


SIDON-VULCAN 


Q31 


DHART-JODOX 




JODOX-MARVELL 




MARVELL-TIIDE 




TIIDE-POCKET CITY 


Q32 


EL DORADO-GAGLE 




GAGLE-CRAMM 




CRAMM-NASHVILLE 




NASHVILLE-SWAPP 


Q33 


DHART-LITTLE ROCK 




LITTLE ROCK-PROWL 


Q34 


TEXARKANA-MATIE 




MATIE-MEMPHIS 




MEMPHIS-SWAPP 


Q35 


KIMBERLY-NEERO 




NEERO-WINEN 




WINEN-CORKR 




CORKR-DRAKE 


Q36 


RAZORBACK-TWITS 




TWITS-DEPEC 




DEPEC-NASHVILLE 




NASHVILLE-SWAPP 



DME 

CVO, HQM, LTJ, UBG, BTG, ONP, 1MB, EUG, OLM, DSD, YKM, PDT, SEA 

LTJ, 1MB, UBG, EUG, CVO, RBL, LMT, FMG, DSD, LKV, OED, BTG 

RBL, LMT, FMG, LIN, SAC, ECA, ENI, MOD, SWR, OAK, LKV, CZQ, AVE, SNS 

OAK, MOD, ECA, EHF, PRB, AVE, SNS, CZQ 

OLM, UBG, SEA, YKM, BTG, ONP, 1MB, HQM, PDT, EUG, LTJ, CVO, DSD, OED, 

EPH, MWH 

1MB, UBG, EUG, 1MB, RBL, LMT, FMG, SAC, OED, CVO, LKV, DSD, BTG 

RBL, LMT, FMG, SAC, ECA, MVA, CZQ, OAK, EHF, PMD, LKV, LIN, MOD, AVE, OED, 

SWR 

CZQ, PMD, EHF, LAX, RZS, AVE, MOD, ECA 

EPH, UBG, CVO, EUG, HQM, YKM, OLM, PDT, BTG, ONP, 1MB, LTJ, DSD, LKV, 

OED, SEA 

EUG, FMG, SAC, 1MB, LKV, OED, DSD, RBL, LMT, CVO, REO 

FMG, SAC, LIN, SWR, MOD, OAL, RBL, LKV, LMT, MVA, CZQ 

SAC, ECA, FMG, LIN, OAL, MOD, EHF, LAX, PMD, PDZ, HEC, OCN, CZQ, AVE, RZS 

None; GNSS required 

None; GNSS required 

ENL, GQO, PXV, BNA, 1 1 U , FAM, BWG, CSX 

CNX, ABQ, ACH, ONM, TXO, LVS, TCC, CME 

CNX, INK, CME, TXO, TCC 

FST, ACH, INK, CME, SJT, TXO, TCC 

ABI, CWK, CSI, INK, LZZ, JCT, SJT, STV, FST 

BYP, EOS, TUL, TXK, ADM, RZC, OKM 

AEX, DAS, MCB, LLA, BTR, LCH, HRV, LFT, LEV 

RQR, GCV, MCB, BTR, PCU, GPT, HRV, LEV, SJI 

SJI, MGM, MCB, BFM, GPT, GCV, HRV, CEW, MVC, PCU, MEI 

OKM, RZC, EOS, TUL 

AEX, DAS, LCH, MCB, LFT, BTR 

AEX, LEV, MCB, LCH, RQR, HRV, BTR, GCV, MCB, PCU, SJI, LBY 

GCV, MCB, JYU, PCU, MEI, HRV, CEW, SJI 

ELD, MEM, LIT, FAM, RZC 

MEM, STL, BWG, PXV, ENL, FAM, ARG, BNA, CSX, TTH 

BWG, PXV, ENL, BNA, TTH 

LIT, JKS.GQO, MEM, BNA, FAM, ARG, DYR, VUZ, RMG 

OKM, SGF, RZC, EOS, TUL 

EIC, LIT, ELD, OKM, TXK 

ARG, LIT, FAM, ELD, SGF, RZC, MEM, TXK 

ARG, LIT, FAM, SGF, MEM 

ARG, CSX, FAM, PXV, ENL, MEM, STL, BWG, TTH, BNA 

MEM, ARG, LIT, JAN, ELD, SQS 

MEM, PXV, BNA, BWG, ARG, ENL 

PXV, TTH, BWG, ENL 

GLH, MEM, VUZ, JAN, JYU, MEI, MGM, SQS, RMG 

SQS, LIT, TXK 

SQS, LIT, ELD, MEM, ARG 

ARG, BWG, PXV, FAM, LIT, MEM, ENL, TTH 

BWG, PXV, ENL, TTH 

AEX, JAN, MEM, SQS, SWB, ELD, LIT, TXK 

JAN, SQS, MEM, ARG, VUZ, BNA, LIT 

BWG, MEM, VUZ, BNA, GQO 

BWG, 1 1 U , PXV, VXV, BNA, GQO 

AEX, ELD, LIT, TXK, SWB, ARG, MEM, SQS 

ELD, SGF, FAM, LIT, ARG, MEM, RZC, CSX, STL 

LIT, SWB, TXK, BYP, EIC, ELD, SQS 

LIT, ARG, MEM, ELD, SQS 

BWG, ARG, MEM, MKL, SQS, PXV, BNA, GQO, IIU, VXV 

LTJ, PDT, DSD, 1MB, LKV, BOI, REO, BAM, SDO 

BQU, SDO, BAM, REO, BVL, ILC, DTA, ELY, CDC, MLF, BCE 

CDC, BCE, BLD, ILC, MLF, TBC, PGS, INW, DRK 

TBC, BCE, BLD, DRK, PGS, FLG, GCN, INW, TFD 

RZC, MEM, SGF, BUM, TUL, EOS, FAM, ARG, LIT 

MEM, GQO, BNA, BWG, FAM, ARG, PXV, IIU 

GQO, BWG, BNA, PXV, IIU 

VXV, BWG, BNA, GQO, PXV, IIU 



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Route 


Segment 


Q3S 


ROKIT-INCIN 




INCIN-LAREY 




LAREY-BESOM 


Q40 


ALEXANDRIA-DOOMS 




DOOMS-WINAP 




WINAP-MISLE 


Q42 


KIRKSVILLE-STRUK 




STRUK-DANVILLE 



DME 

DAS, LCH, SWB, IAH, LFK, HUB, AEX 

JAN, MCB, SWB, AEX 

JAN, JYU, MEI, SQS, VUZ 

AEX, SWB, LCH, JAN, HEZ, MCB 

JAN, SQS, MEI, MCB 

MEI, VUZ, JYU 

CID, IOW, UIN, LMN, IRK, BDF, STL, DEC, ENL, CSX 

ENL, IOW, UIN, BDF, DEC, STL, CSX, SPI, TTH, BVT, JOT, VHP, OXI, ENL, OKK, 

OBK, GIJ, FWA, GSH, IRK 
DANVILLE-MUNCIE GIJ, SPI, BDF, OBK, OKK, VHP, BVT, DEC, GSH, FWA, JOT, TTH, 0X1, ROD, FLM 

MUNCIE-HIDON FLM, VHP, GSH, TTH, GIJ, OKK, FWA, ROD, 0X1, CRL, GSH, APE, DJB, DXO, HNN, 

AIR, HVQ, CXR, EWC 

AIR, APE, HNN, CXR, HVQ, EWC, DJB 

AIR, APE, DJB, CXR, HNN, EWC, SLT, CSN, JHW, ETG, PSB 

PSB, JHW, EWC, AIR, ETG, CSN, EMI, SLT 

EMI, SLT, CSN, EWC, PSB, ETG, SAX, RBV, HNK, HUO, SIE 

ETG, EMI, CSN, HUO, SIE, JFK, PSB, SLT, HNK 

JFK, EMI, PSB, SLT, HNK, SIE, RBV, SAX, HUO, CYN 

HUO, RBV, EMI, CYN, SAX, JFK, PSB, HNK 

PIE, PZD, CRG, SZW, TAY, JYU, CEW, MGM, OTK, CRG 

PIE, ORL, OMN, SRQ, TAY, LAL, CRG, SZW, PZD 

PIE, ORL, OMN, SRQ, TAY 

LAL, ORL, OMN, SRQ, PHK, PIE 

PHK, PBI, SRQ, PIE, VRB, ORL, FLL, LAL, OMN 

LAL, ORL, OMN, PHK, PIE, CRG, VRB, TAY, OTK, PZD, AMG, SZW 

AMG, PZD, TAY, CRG, SZW, MGM, OTK, JYU, CEW, SJI 

MGM, PZD, OTK, JYU, SZW, CEW, SJI 

MGM, SJI, CEW, JYU, PZD, OTK, MCN, SZW, LGC, TAY, AMG 

SRQ, VRB, PHK, PIE, LAL, VKZ, ORL, PBI 

VKZ, VRB, PHK, PIE, LAL, SRQ, ORL, OMN, PBI, DHP 

OMN, PIE, PBI, SRQ, ORL, LAL 

SRQ, VRB, ORL, PHK, TAY, PIE, OMN, OTK, LAL, CRG, SZW, AMG 

OMN, AMG, CRG, SZW, PIE, TAY, PZD, OTK 

TAY, MCN, PZD, CRG, OTK, SZW, AMG, MCN, ATL, MGM 

PIE, OTK, CRG, OMN, LAL, SZW, SRQ, ORL, VRB 

JYU, PZD, CEW, SZW, MGM, OTK, TAY, AMG, PIE, CRG 

SRQ, VRB, ORL, PHK, TAY, PIE, OMN, OTK, LAL, CRG, SZW, AMG 

OMN, AMG, CRG, TAY, LAL, PZD, SZW, OTK 

MCN, AMG, PZD, OTK, SZW, TAY 

SRQ, VRB, ORL, PHK, TAY, PIE, OMN, OTK, LAL, CRG, SZW, AMG 

OMN, AMG, CRG, TAY, LAL, PZD, SZW, OTK, MCN 

ECK, FNT, APN, SSM, GRR, MBL, SAW, BAE, MNM, DLL, AUW, ODI, STE, FGT.EAU, 

DLH, GEP, BRD, MCW, MSP, ASP, TVC, GRB, RWF 

FGT, BRD, MCW, GEP, ABR, FAR, DLH, ODI, RWF, FSD 

SSM, FNT, ECK, APN, SAW, GRB, BAE, DLL, AUW, ODI, FGT, DLH, EAU, MCW, 

MSP, MNM, ASP, TVC, GEP, RWF, BRD 

FGT, DLH, ODI, MCW, ABR, FAR, MSP, GEP, RWF, FSD, BRD 

SSM, ECK, APN, GLR, PLN, ISQ, MNM, DLL, RHI, DLH, GEP, FGT, ODI, ASP, TVC, 

SAW, GRB, BRD 

ODI, GEP, DLH, FGT, RWF, FAR, AXN, FSD, ABR, DLL, BRD 

SSM, TVC, ASP, SAW, GRB 

SSM, RHI, DLL, DLH, GEP, FGT, TVC, SAW, GRB, BRD, ODI 

GEP, DLH, FGT, RWF, FAR, AXN, FSD, ABR, BRD, ODI, GRB 





HIDON-BUBAA 




BUBAA-PSYKO 




PSYKO-BRNAN 




BRNAN-MAALS 




MAALS-SUZIE 




SUZ IE-EAST TEXAS 




EAST TEXAS-ELIOT 


Q104 


DEFUN-HEVVN 




HEVVN-PLYER 




PLYER-SWABE 




SWABE-ST PETERSBURG 




ST PETERSBURG- 




CYPRESS 


Q106 


SMELZ-BULZI 




BULZI-DRABK 




DRABK-GADAY 


Q108 


GADAY-CLAWZ 


QUO 


THNDR-JAYMC 




JAYMC-RVERO 




RVERO-KPASA 




KPASA-BRUTS 




BRUTS-GULFR 




GULFR-FEONA 


Q112 


DEFUN-HEVVN 




HEVVN-INPIN 


Q116 


KPASA-BRUTS 




BRUTS-GULFR 




GULFR-CEEYA 


Q118 


KPASA-BRUTS 




BRUTS-LENIE 


Q501 


VIXIS-GOPHER 




GOPHER-SOBME 


Q502 


KENPA-GOPHER 




GOPHER-SOBME 


Q504 


NOTAP-CESNA 




CESNA-HEMDI 


Q505 


OMAGA-RIMBE 




RIMBE-CESNA 




CESNA-HEMDI 



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RNAV Routing and Catch Points 

The purpose of this section of the Special High Altitude Routes is to present user routing options for flight within the initial 
HAR Phase I expansion airspace. Users are able to fly user-preferred routes, referred to as non-restrictive routing (NRR), 
between specific fixes described by pitch (entry into) and catch (exit out of) fixes in the HAR airspace. Pitch points indicate 
an end of departure procedures, preferred IFR routings, or other established routing programs where a flight can begin a 
segment of NRR. The catch point indicates where a flight ends a segment of NRR and joins published arrival procedures, 
preferred IFR routing, or other established routing programs. 

The HAR Phase I expansion airspace is defined as that airspace at and above FL 350 in fourteen of the western and 
southern Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCCs). The airspace includes Minneapolis (ZMP), Chicago (ZAU), Kansas City 
(ZKC), Denver (ZDV), Salt Lake City (ZLC), Oakland (ZOA), Seattle Centers (ZSE), Los Angeles (ZLA), Albuquerque (ZAB), Fort 
Worth (ZFW), Memphis (ZME), and Houston (ZHU). Jacksonville (ZJX) and Miami (ZMA) are included for east-west routes 
only. 

To develop a flight plan, select pitch and catch points based upon your desired route across the Phase I airspace. Filing 
requirements to pitch points, and from catch points, remain unchanged from current procedures. For the portion of the 
route between the pitch and catch points, non-restrictive routing is permitted. 

Where pitch points for a specific airport are not identified, aircraft should file an appropriate departure procedure (DP), or 
any other user preferred routing prior to the NRR portion of their routing. Where catch points for a specific airport are not 
identified aircraft should file, after the NRR portion of their routing, an appropriate arrival procedure or other user preferred 
routing to their destination. 

Additionally, information concerning the location and schedule of Special Use Airspace (SUA) and Air Traffic Control 
Assigned Airspace (ATCAA) can be found on the Web Site: http://sua.faa.gov/sua/Welcome.do. ATCAA refers to airspace 
in the high altitude structure supporting military and other special operations. Users are encouraged to file around these 
areas when they are scheduled to be active, thereby avoiding unplanned reroutes around them. 

In conjunction with the HAR program RNAV routes have been established to provide for a systematic flow of air traffic in 
specific portions of the enroute flight environment. The designator for these RNAV routes begin with the letter Q, for 
example, Q-501. Where those routes aid in the efficient orderly management of air traffic they will be published as 
preferred IFR routes. 



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396 HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING 

HAR Special High Altitude Pitch (entry) Points for Nonrestrictive Routing for Airports 
Located Outside HAR Phase I Expansion Airspace 

Westbound traffic originating outside of HAR airspace entering ZMP, ZAU, ZKC and ZME can begin non-restrictive routing 

over any of the following pitch points (listed from north to south): 

DLH, CESNA, GEP, BAE, MKG, GRR, PMM, GSH, CADIZ, FWA, VHP, FLM, IIU, PXV, SGF, RZC, BNA, SALMS, VUZ, BOYDD, 

MIE. 

Traffic originating outside of HAR airspace may also begin Nonrestrictive Routing upon crossing the pitch line depicted on 

the associated graphic. 

HAR Special High Altitude Pitch Points for Airports Located Within (below) 
HAR Phase I Expansion Airspace 

This section lists pitch points for airports within the HAR Phase I expansion airspace. 



Albuquerque 

Austin 

Boca Raton, FL 



Burbank includes 
Santa Monica 
and Van Nuys 



ABQ, GUP, HANOS orZUN 

ABI, FUZ, JCT, MOP, NAVYS, SJT or TNV 

TBIRD KPASA Q118 LENIE 

or 

TBIRD KPASA 0116 CEEYA 

or 

TBIRD KPASA QUO FEONA 

or 

TBIRD SMELZ Q106 BULZI 

or 

TBIRD SMELZ Q106 GADAY 

GMN, MARKS 

or 

DAG LAS 

or 

HEC EED 



Chicago Terminal Area 
Dallas/Fort Worth Terminal Area 



PMD BLH 

IOW, PLL275065, MZV or BAE 

ABI, LBB, GTH, CDS, MRMAC, IRW, TUL, MLC, TXK 
ELD, SWB 



Denver Terminal Area 



Fort Lauderdale (or) 

Fort Lauderdale Executive 



Houston Bush 



Aircraft destined the Chicago terminal area 

Except MDW 

EAKER MIDEE BDF BRADFORD-STAFF 

Or 

MLC J105 SGF BDF BRADFORD-STAF 

PUB, DVC, DBL, RLG, EKR, LAR, MBW, CYS, BFF, HANKI, NATTI, ASHBY, BELKE, 
CABET, WEEDS, OR BINKE 

THNDR KPASA Q11S LENIE 

or 

THNDR KPASA Q116 CEEYA 

or 

THNDR KPASA QUO FEONA 

or 

THNDR SMELZ Q106 GADAY 

or 

THNDR SMELZ Q106 BULZI 

LIT, EMG, MLC, JCT 

or 

Aircraft destined Atlanta Terminal Area 

LCH Q24 PAYTN HONIE-RNAV STAR 

or 

Aircraft joining J37 to the northeast, BPT GUSTI Q22 CATLN 

or 

Aircraft joining J42 to the northeast, ELD Q32 J42 



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Houston Hobby 



Jacksonville, FL 

Kansas City Terminal Area 

Los Angeles, includes 
Ontario 



Las Vegas 

Long Beach includes 
Orange County 



Memphis 

Miami Terminal Area 



HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING 

LIT, EMG, MLC, JCT, 

or 

Aircraft joining J42 to the northeast, ELD Q32 J42 

TAY 

TIFTO, CATTS or KENTN 

GMN, RZS 

or 



397 



Milwaukee 

Minneapolis Terminal Area* 
New Orleans Terminal Area 
Orlando Terminal Area 



Palm Beach, FL 



Palm Springs 



Phoenix 
Portland, OR 



DAG LAS 

or 

TRM EED 

or 

TRM PKE 

DOBNE, MOSBI, NICLE, TRALR or ZELOT 

GMN SNS, EHF, LANDO 

or 

TRM PKE 

or 

TRM EED 

BNA, HAAWK, SALMS or SOS 

WINCO KPASA Q118 LENIE 

or 

WINCO KPASA Q116 CEEYA 

or 

WINCO KPASA QUO FEONA 

or 

WINCO SMELZ Q106 GADAY 

or 

WINCO SMELZ Q106 BULZI 

GREAS 

ONL, ABR, FAR, OBH, OVR, FOD 

AEX, MEI, SQS, KAPLN 

WEBBS BRUTS Q118 LENIE 

or 

WEBBS GULFR 0116 CEEYA 

or 

WEBBS BULZI Q106 GADAY 

or 

WEBBS FEONA 

or 

WEBBS BULZI 

TBIRD KPASA Q118 LENIE 

or 

TBIRD KPASA Q116 CEEYA 

or 

TBIRD KPASA QUO FEONA 

or 

TBIRD SMELZ Q106 BULZI 

or 

TBIRD SMELZ Q106 GADAY 

TRM JOTNU BLD 

or 

TRM EED 

or 

TRM PKE 

CHILY, CIE, CULTS, RSK, DOVEE, GCN, MESSI, SJN, DRYHT or MOHAK 

PDT, TIMEE 



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Salt Lake City HVE, DTA, MLF, BCE, OAL, MTU, BVL, OCS, TWF, DBS, BPI 

or 
TCH J56 CHE 

or 

TCH J173 EKR 

Saint Louis VIH, MAP, MYERZ, MCM 



San Antonio Terminal Area 



San Diego 



HLV MCI 

FUZ, SJT, MQP, ABI 

or 

Aircraft North of LFK, LFK 

or 

Aircraft South of HUB, ELA 

or 

Aircraft South of LFK and North of HUB LCH 

TRM EED 



San Francisco Bay Area 

Oakland 

San Jose 

Seattle 

Southwest Florida Airports 
(RSW/FMY) 



Tampa Terminal Area 



TRM JOTNU BLD 

GALLI, INSLO, HAROL JSICA 
GALLI, INSLO, HAROL JSICA 
GALLI or INSLO 

BLUIT 

JOCKS KPASA Q118 LENIE 

or 

JOCKS KPASA Q116 CEEYA 

or 

JOCKS KPASA QUO FEONA 

or 

JOCKS SMELZ Q106 GADAY 

or 

JOCKS SMELZ Q106 BULZI 

FEONA, BULZI 



BRUTS Q118 LENIE 

or 

GULFR Q116 CEEYA 

or 

BULZI Q106 GADAY 

*MSP area departures with destinations east of 93 degrees west longitude via preferred IFR routing. 

Catch Points for Airports Located Outside HAR Phase I Expansion Airspace 

This section lists exit points for aircraft destined to specific destinations which are outside the HAR Phase I airspace. 



Atlanta Terminal Area 



Aircraft through ZME airspace from ZKC airspace east of FAM, Pless Q19 BNA 

or 

Aircraft through ZME airspace from ZKC airspace west of FAM, ARG Q26 DEVAC 

or 

MEM 

or 

Aircraft through ZME airspace from ZID airspace west of a line from VHP to 

BWG, BNA 

or 

Aircraft through ZME airspace from ZID airspace east of a line from VHP to 

BWG, BWG 

or 

Aircraft through ZME airspace from ZFW airspace, MEM 

or 

MEI HONIE (RNAV)-STAR 

or 

PATYN HONIE (RNAV)-STAR 



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Baltimore-Washington* 

Boston* 

Buffalo* 

Hartford Bradley* 

Canton-Akron* 

Charlotte 

Cincinnati Terminal Area 



Cleveland Terminal Area* 
Detroit Terminal Area 

Detroit Young 

Indianapolis Terminal Area 

Louisville 

Newark* 

New York Kennedy* 

New York LaGuardia* 

Philadelphia Terminal Area* 

Pittsburgh Terminal Area* 

Pontiac 

Providence 

Raleigh-Durham 

Toronto Terminal Area 

Teterboro* 

Washington Dulles/National* 

White Plains* 

Willow Run* 



GIJ, GEP, FLM, IIU, BAE, VHP, WHETT, BNA or VUZ 

GEP, CRL, ECK, IIU, BNA or VUZ 

GEP, CRL 

GEP, CRL 

GIJ, VHP, GEP 

BNA, VUZ 

BNA, PXV 
or 

Aircraft north of SLC, JOT 

or 

Aircraft over or south of SLC, ENL 

or 

SLC or SFO departures, ENL, JOT 

OBK 

BAE MKG POLAR-STAR 
or 

VHP FWA MIZAR-STAR 

VHP FWA 

or 

LAN SPRTN-STAR 

BIB, SPI, JOT 

ENL, MEM 

GEP, VHP, FLM, IIU, BNA, VUZ 

or 

SOW GIJ J554 CRL J584 SLT FQM 

GEP, VHP, FLM, IIU, BNA, VUZ 

or 

DBQ J94 PMM J70 LVZ LENDY-STAR 

GIJ, GEP, VHP, BAE, FLM, IIU, BNA, VUZ 

GIJ, GEP, VHP, BAE, WHETT, BNA, VUZ 

VHP, GIJ, BAE, GEP 

LFD, LAN, VHP, FWA, GEP 

JHW, HEMDI, CESNA, GEP, GRB, TVC, ASP, VHP, IIU, BNA, VUZ 

FLM, IIU, BNA, VUZ 

ECK, SVM, SSM, GEP 

GEP, VHP, CRL, BNA, VUZ 

GIJ, GEP, FLM, IIU, BAE, VHP, WHETT, BNA, VUZ 

GEP, VHP, CRL, FLM, IIU, BNA, VUZ 

LAN, LFD, VHP, FWA, GEP 



*Eastbound aircraft over flying ZMP center airspace entering Toronto center airspace, file direct SSM orviaJ63, J522, 
Q505, Q504, Q502, Q501 



Entering ZAU orZOB airspace 

or 

Entering ZAU or ZOB airspace 



from north of DPR J16 MCW, GEP 
from or south of DPR J16 MCW, CRL. 



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Catch Points for Airports Located Within (below) HAR Phase I Expansion Airspace 

This section lists exit points for aircraft destined to airports which are below HAR Phase I airspace. 

Albuquerque Terminal Area CURLY CURLY-STAR 

or 

ESPAN FRIHO-STAR 
or 

LAVAN LAVAN-STAR 
or 

FTI FRIHO-STAR 
or 
MIERA MIERA-STAR 

Austin Terminal Area Aircraft west of a north-south line at LFK, BLEWE 

or 
Aircraft east of a north-south line at LFKJDU 

or 
LLO 

Boca Raton, FL CEW DEFUN Q112 INPIN SHDAY (RNAV)-STAR 

Aircraft through ZHU remain south of ZME and ZTL airspace 

or 

DEFUN Q112 INPIN SHDAY (RNAV)-STAR 

Aircraft through ZHU remain south of ZME and ZTL airspace 

or 

SZW INPIN SHDAY (RNAV)-STAR 

Chicago Midway CVA MOTIF-STAR 

or 

PIA MOTIF-STAR 
or 

DBQ CVA MOTIF-STAR 
or 
LMN MOTIF-STAR 

Chicago O'Hare Terminal Area GEP DLL MSN JVL JANESVILLE-STAR 

or 

TVC PULLMAN-STAR 
or 

FOD DBQ JVL JANESVILLE-STAR 
or 

MCW JANESVILLE-STAR 
or 
GCK IRK BRADFORD-STAR 

Dallas/Fort Worth Terminal Area IRW, LOSZY, FSM, LIT, SQS, MLU, AEX, JUMBO, TQA, TURKI, HEATR 

Aircraft through ZME airspace from north and west of PXV, RZC, Q23 FSM 

or 

Aircraft through ZME airspace from east of PXV, PXV Q25 MEEOW 

or 

Aircraft through ZME airspace from J6 down to, but not including J52, LIT, SQS 

or 

Aircraft through ZME airspace from J52 and south of J52, SQS 



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Denver Terminal Area 



Ft Lauderdale or 

Ft Lauderdale Executive 



Houston Bush 



Houston Hobby 



Jacksonville 



OATHE DANDD-STAR 

or 

HGO QUAIL-STAR 

or 

LOPEC-STAR 

or 

ALS LARKS-STAR 

or 

HBU POWDR-STAR 

or 

EKR TOMSN-STAR 

or 

CHE TOMSN-STAR 

or 

BFF LANDR-STAR 

or 

LBF SAYGE-STAR 

or 

HCT SAYGE-STAR 

or 

RSK LARKS-STAR 

or 

LAA QUAIL-STAR 

or 

GCK J154 RYLIE DANDD-STAR 

or 

OCS J154 ALPOE RAM MS-STAR 

or 

YANKI J114 SNY LANDR-STAR 

or 

Aircraft filed BILoreast, MBW RAMMS-STAR 

CEW DEFUN Q104 PIE SWAGS (RNAV)-STAR 

Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south ZME and ZTL 

airspace 

or 

SZW HEWN Q104 PIE SWAGS (RNAV)-STAR 

CRP, CVE, LLO, LUKIY, SAT 

or 

Aircraft south and east of LLA, LLA 

or 

MISLE Q40 AEX 

or 

Aircraft north and east of SJI, SJI 

or 

Aircraft east of PXV, PXV Q31 DHART SWB 

or 

Aircraft north and west of PXV, PROWL Q33 DHART SWB 

CRP, ELLVR, SAT, SWB 
or 

Aircraft south and east of GIRLY, GIRLY 

or 

Aircraft north and east of SJI, SJI 

or 

BESOM Q38 ROKIT ROKIT-STAR 

or 

Aircraft east of PXV, PXV Q29 HARES SWB 

or 

Aircraft north and west of PXV, PROWL Q33 DHART SWB 

GADAYZOOSS TAY 

Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south of ZME and ZTL 

airspace 



ZOOSS TAY 



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John Wayne-Orange County HEC, PGS, BLD 

or 
Aircraft south of TBC from ZAB airspace, HIPP! 

Kansas City Terminal Area LMN BRAYMER-STAR 

or 

PWE ROBINSON-STAR 
or 
EMP JHAWK-STAR 

Las Vegas DILCO, LIDAT, IGM 

or 

Aircraft over PGA or north of PGA KSINO 
or 
Aircraft south of PGA PGS LYNSY 

Los Angeles Terminal Area Aircraft North of TBC, HEC, PGS 

or 

Aircraft South of TBC from ZAB airspace, HIPPI, 
MESSI 

Miami Terminal Area CEW DEFUN Q104 CYY DEEDS (RNAV)-STAR 

Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south ZME and ZTL airspace 

or 

SZW HEWN 0104 CYY DEEDS (RNAV)-STAR 

Minneapolis Terminal Area Aircraft from north, west, south, 

FAR GOPHER-STAR 
or 

RWF SKETR-STAR 
or 

ALO KASPR-STAR 
or 

BRD GOPHER-STAR 
or 

BAE EAU CLAIRE-STAR 
or 
FOD TWOLF-STAR 

Memphis Terminal Area ARG, BWG, FSM, PXV, LIT, RZC, SQS, VUZ, BNA, GQO, ELD 

Naples, FL CEW DEFUN Q104 PLYER PIKKR (RNAV)-STAR 

Aircraft through ZHU AIRSPACE remain south of ZME and ZTL 

airspace 

or 

SZW HEWN Q104 PLYER PIKKR (RNAV)-STAR 

Nashville CCT, GHM, GUITR, TINGS, VOLLS 

New Orleans Terminal Area BLUEZ, GPT, LCH, MCB, TBD, FATSO 

Oakland ILA 

or 

KATTS PAMMY 

or 

Aircraft over or south of a line ILC J16 DVC 

REANA KATTS PAMMY 

or 

Aircraft from north of ILC, JOPER PAMMY 

or 

KATTS PAMMY 

or 

Aircraft over or south of ILC, REANA KATTS PAMMY 

Orlando Terminal Area GADAY Q108 CLAWZ LEESE-STAR 

Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south of ZME/ZTL 

airspace 

or 

OTK LEESE-STAR 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING 403 

Palm Beach, FL CEW DEFUN 0112 INPIN GULLO (RNAV)-STAR 

Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south of ZME and ZTL 

airspace 

or 

SZW INPIN GULLO (RNAV)-STAR 

Phoenix CORKR DRK 

or 

Aircraft from ZDV airspace, 
GUP 
or 

Aircraft from ZAB airspace, 
ZUN, MOHAK, SSO 
or 
VYLLA TUS 

Phoenix Satellites FLG, SSO, MOHAK 

or 
VYLLA, TUS 

Portland, OR Terminal Area ARNIT BONVL-STAR 

or 

LARNO BONVL-STAR 
or 
MOXEE MOXEE-STAR 

St. Louis Terminal Area SGF TRAKE-STAR 

or 

BUM TRAKE-STAR 
or 

ANX TRAKE-STAR 
or 

LMN IRK RIVRS-STAR 
or 
RBS VANDALIA-STAR 

Salt Lake City Terminal Area JNC J12 HELPR SPANE-STAR 

or 

EKR MTU SPANE-STAR 
or 

BCE DTA-TCH 
or 

MLF DTA-TCH 
or 

BVL BONNEVILLE-STAR 
or 

BYI BEARR-STAR 
or 

PIH BEARR-STAR 
or 

DBS BRIGHAM CITY-STAR 
or 

JAC BRIGHAM CITY-STAR 
or 

BPI BRIGHAM CITY-STAR 
or 
OCS BRIGHAM CITY-STAR 

San Diego Terminal Area EED, LAX, GBN 

Santa Ana HEC, PGS, BLD, HIPPI 

San Antonio Terminal Area IDU, CSI, JCT, LLO, CRP, LRD 

or 

West of a north-south line at LFK, BLEWE 

or 

East of a north-south line at LFK, IDU 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



404 



HIGH ALTITUDE REDESIGN (HAR) PHASE 1 RNAV ROUTING 



San Francisco 



FMG GOLDEN GATE-STAR 

or 

MVA MODESTO-STAR 

or 

ENI GOLDEN GATE-STAR 

or 

OAL MODESTO-STAR 



Seattle Terminal Area 



South of a line ILC to DVC, 

REANA KATTS OAL MODESTO-STAR 

FMG HYP EL NIDO-STAR 

or 

OAL HYP EL NIDO-STAR 

or 

ENI GOLDEN GATE-STAR 

or 

South of a line ILC to DVC, 

REANA KATTS KICHI CANDA EL NIDO-STAR 

Aircraft From northeast, southeast, south, 
TEMPL GLASR-STAR 



SUNED CHINS-STAR 



Southwest Florida Airports 
RSW and FMY 



Tampa Terminal Area 



BTG OLMYPIA-STAR 

CEW DEFUN Q104 SWABE JOSFF-STAR 

Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south of ZME and ZTL 

airspace 

or 

SZW HEWN Q104 SWABE JOSFF-STAR 

CEW DEFUN Q104 HEWN DARBS-STAR 

Aircraft through ZHU airspace remain south of ZME and ZTL 

airspace 

or 

SZW DARBS-STAR 

DRK PXR 

or 

MOHAK GBN 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



VFR WAYPOINTS 
VISUAL FLIGHT RULES (VFR) WAYPOINTS 



405 



VFR Waypoint names consist of five letters beginning with "VP". Stand-alone VFR Waypoints are portrayed on VFR Charts 

using the same four-point star symbol currently used for Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Waypoints. 

VFR Waypoints collocated with Visual Checkpoints (Visual Reporting Points) are portrayed with a Visual Check Point flag. 

The VFR Waypoint name is shown in parentheses adjacent to the Visual Check Point name. 

VFR Waypoint names are not intended to be pronounceable and shall not be used in ATC communications. 



CAUTION: GPS accuracy necessitates extra vigilance for other aircraft when 
navigating near any fix retrieved from a GPS database. 



BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



WAYPOINT IDENT 

VPAXI 

VPONX 

VPOOP 



VPBAY 

VPBLT 

VPCGS 

VPEVS 

VPFEN 

VPFRE 

VPGVL 

VPHAM 

VPPIK 

VPQUA 

VPQUB 

VPSPF 

VPTOB 

VPWAN 



VPCOH 

VPCUT 

VPFRA 

VPHOL 

VPHUL 

VPLPT 

VPNED 

VPPEA 

VPROC 

VPSCI 

VPTPT 

VPTUC 

VPWAK 

VPWAN 



VPATO 

VPAVA 

VPBFE 

VPBRA 

VPGCE 

VPGHI 

VPGIO 

VPKJU 

VPLMN 

VPMAB 

VPNPO 

VPOKY 

VPREP 

VPRRS 

VPUMO 

VPWZO 

VPZIE 



COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT 



BOSTON HELICOPTER CHART 



BOSTON TERMINAL AREA CHART 

Cohasset 

Cuttyhunk Harbor 

Framingham Shopping Center 

Woods Hole 

Hull 

Nantucket Great Point 

Needham Towers 

Peabody Shopping Center 

Rockingham Race Track 

Scituate 

Nantucket Third Point 

Tuckernuck 

Wakefield 

Wang Towers 

CHARLOTTE SECTIONAL CHART 



ISLE OF PALMS 



LOCATION 

N38°34.57'/W076°20.38' 
N39 o 06.65'/W076°55.92' 
N3B°56.32'/W076°36.90' 



N42°16 
N42°19 
M42-22 
N42°23 
N42°12 
N42°25 
N42°21 
N42°30 
N42°20 
N42°12 
N42°12 
N42°24 
N42°31 
N42°36 



N42°13 
N41°25 
N42°18 
N41°31 
N42°18 
N41°23 
N42°18 
N42°32 
N42°46 
N42°ll 
N41°18 
N41°18 
N42°30 
N42°36 



N34°37 
N34°57 
N32°16 
N36°13 
N36°03 
N35°15 
N35°32 
N35°26 
N34°55 
N34°42 
N32°47 
N35°06 
N32°33 
N33°25 
N35°35 
N36°00 
N32°01 



17'/W070' 
677W070' 
08'/W071' 
527W071' 
587W071' 
037W071' 
887W070' 
137W071' 
377W071' 
107W071' 
607W070' 
207W071' 
427W070' 
887W071' 



587W070' 
507W070' 
16'/W071' 
067W070' 
207W070' 
41'/W070' 
517W071' 
527W070' 
297W071' 
897W070' 
51'/W070' 
317W070' 
727W071' 
887W071' 



377W076' 
007W077' 
387W080' 
757W076' 
907W076' 
307W075' 
507W076' 
587W076' 
437W077' 
207W077' 
787W079' 
537W075' 
987W080' 
457W079' 
637W075' 
877W075' 
627W080' 



49.48' 
53.40' 
03.13' 
04.10' 
08.88' 
12.32' 
52.18' 
07.15' 
15.93' 
04.78' 
59.83' 
09.47' 
59.82' 
19.45' 



48.94' 
55.03' 
23.65' 
40.60' 
55.30' 
02.78' 
14.64' 
56.69' 
13.57' 
43.69' 
03.37' 
15.43' 
05.24' 
19.45' 



31.47' 
16.50' 
47.50' 
08.08' 
36.42' 
31.25' 
37.33' 
10.22' 
46.42' 
03.50' 
46.45' 
59.17' 
21.82' 
07.60' 
28.08' 
40.07' 
53.42' 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



406 



VFR WAYPOINTS 



CHICAGO SECTIONAL CHART 



WAYPOINT IDENT 

VPCOH 



VPBEN 
VPFTG 
VPNIC 



WAYPOINT IDENT 

VPBWY 
VPDTN 
VPGLA 
VPGLB 
VPKTY 
VPPLN 
VPRSN 
VPSND 
VPSNT 
VPTNE 
VPTNW 
VPTRK 



VPAFI 

VPAFY 

VPBEC 

VPCJA 

VPCKY 

VPCNY 

VPDAD 

VPDAR 

VPDFI 

VPDUT 

VPEAR 

VPEGV 

VPFFU 

VPGPE 

VPHAA 

VPHUC 

VPIWA 

VPJMY 

VPKER 

VPLEV 

VPLJA 

VPMAI 

VPTLH 

VPXZY 

VPYIW 

VPZIE 



VPAGO 
VPBEK 
VPDEN 
VPENE 
VPESS 
VPFME 
VPGXY 
VPMBE 
VPMKE 
VPROV 
VPUTT 



COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT 



LOCATION 

N31°49.35'/W081°51.07' 



DENVER TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



NORTH INTERCHANGE 



N39°44.287W104°26.00' 
N39°44.35yW104°32.75' 
N39°58.90'/W104°59.27' 



HOUSTON TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT 



JACKSONVILLE SECTIONAL CHART 



CLEARWATER BEACH 



ST PETE BEACH 



LAKE PARKER 



KANSAS CITY SECTIONAL CHART 



LOCATION 

N29°46 
N29°46 
N30°08 
N30°07 
N29°47 
N30°08 
N29°30 
N29°23 
N29°49 
N29°47 
N29°47 
N29°24 



N31°49 
N30°07 
N29°46 
N29°30 
N28°46 
N28°30 
N28°22 
N31°22 
N29°00 
N27°37. 
N27°58 
N29°39 
N28°57 
N27°43 
N30°04 
N28°19 
N31°48 
N29°26 
N28°04 
N28°48 
N29°00 
N30°50 
N30°32 
N29°35 
N30°42 
N32°01 



N37°50 
N37°15 
N37°46 
N37°44 
N36°59 
N37°41. 
N37°15 
N37°ll 
N37°24 
N38°01 
N37°52 



25'/W095' 
59'/W095' 
327W095' 
807W094' 
057W095' 
807W095' 
007W095' 
137W095' 
297W094' 
487W095' 
067W095' 
067W095' 



357W081' 
007W081' 
257W081' 
007W081' 
507W082' 
007W080' 
577W082' 
387W081' 
177W081' 
707W082' 
677W082' 
977W081' 
087W081' 
507W082' 
027W083' 
877W082' 
337W081 1 
927W081' 
007W081' 
007W080' 
007W080' 
027W084' 
707W083' 
007W083' 
287W081' 
627W080' 



337W090' 
077W092' 
757W092' 
757W091' 
487W091' 
007W092' 
507W091' 
087W090' 
477W092' 
727W091' 
057W092' 



09.24' 
22.01' 
06.62' 
55.70' 
44.92' 
50.42' 
41.00' 
28.86' 
53.94' 
03.34' 
33.81' 
10.44' 



51.07' 
21.33' 
15.10' 
06.00' 
34.00' 
45.00' 
11.25' 
24.13' 
20.85' 
09.10' 
49.83' 
24.87' 
00.33' 
44.67' 
40.02' 
43.77' 
25.85' 
18.27' 
56.00' 
52.00' 
51.00' 
56.63' 
52.22' 
10.00' 
27.25' 
53.42' 



29.03' 
30.67' 
19.20' 
55.78' 
00.88' 
38.33' 
40.17' 
27.92' 
40.00' 
12.81' 
01.20' 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



VFR WAYPOINTS 



407 



WAYPOINT IDENT 

VPWOC 
VPWRO 
VPXIZ 



COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT 



LOCATION 

N37°18.03yW092°18.63' 

N37°39.12'/W091°45.68' 

N37°26.60'/W092°05.42' 



KANSAS CITY TERMINAL AREA CHART 



VPATN 
VPBGS 
VPBSP 
VPCHB 
VPDSO 
VPESG 
VPGTB 
VPLAT 
VPLEN 
VPLVL 
VPMCL 
VPNHA 
VPSCX 
VPSKR 
VPSPK 
VPTSK 
VPWOF 



VPANA 

VPART 

VPAUT 

VPBOB 

VPCAR 

VPCNG 

VPCOR 

VPCRX 

VPCSU 

VPDOW 

VPELA 

VPETY 

VPFCB 

VPFPL 

VPGOL 

VPIMP 

VPKAT 

VPKEL 

VPLAC 

VPLLU 

VPLQM 

VPLRT 

VPLVT 

VPMDR 

VPNEW 

VPNUY 

VPPCH 

VPPKC 

VPPOR 

VPRRT 

VPSEP 

VPSFR 

VPSTC 

VPSTK 



ATCHISON 

BLUE SPRINGS 

BONNER SPRINGS 

CHOUTEAU BRIDGE 

DE SOTO 

EXCELSIOR SPRINGS 

GARRETSBURG 

LATHROP WATER TANK 

LENEXA 

LONGVIEW LAKE 

MC LOUTH 

NASHUA 

SPORTS COMPLEX 

SUGAR CREEK REFINERY 

SWOPE PARK 

TWIN STACKS 

WORLDS OF FUN 



N39°33 
N39°01 
N39°03 
N39°08 
N38°58 
N39°20 
N39°40 
N39°32 
N38°57 
N38°54 
N39°ll 
N39°17 
N39°03 
N39°07 
N39°00 
N39°09 
N39°10 



LOS ANGELES HELICOPTER CHART 



MAGNOLIA 
HWY 91 & 55 



CONEJO GRADE US HWY 101 



CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS 



OXNARD FINANCIAL PLAZA 



QUEEN MARY 

SANTA ANITA RACE TRACK 

VINCENT THOMAS BRIDGE 



NEWHALL PASS 



62'/W095' 
82'/W094' 
78'/W094' 
77'/W094' 
687W094' 
687W094' 
927W094' 
87'/W094' 
777W094' 
637W094' 
657W095' 
83'/W094' 
007W094' 
007W094' 
47'/W094' 
057W094' 
427W094' 



07.55' 
16.32' 
53.10' 
32.03' 
58.48' 
13.77' 
41.45' 
20.00' 
43.68' 
28.28' 
12.50' 
34.80' 
29.02' 
27.02' 
31.93' 
38.22' 
29.12' 



KLAMATH FALLS SECTIONAL CHART 



N43°57.38'/W123°02.22' 



SATICOY BRIDGE 



N33°44 
N33°51 
N33°50 
N33°59 
N33°49 
N34°12 
N33°52 
N34°01 
N34°09 
N33°56 
N34°00 
N33°38 
N34°02 
N34°13 
N34°09 
N33°55 
N33°48 
N34°03 
N34°03 
N34°03 
N33°45 
N34°08 
N33°44 
N33-59 
N34°20 
N34°09 
N33°28 
N34°03 
N34-00 
N33-59 
N34°05 
N34°17 
N34°16 
N34°13 



437W117' 
457W117' 
637W117' 
60'/W117' 
90'/W118' 
547W118' 
90'/W117' 
40'/W117' 
76'/W119' 
477W118' 
987W118' 
70'/W117' 
03'/W118' 
71'/W119' 
337W118' 
857W118' 
237W117' 
927W117' 
757W118' 
85'/W117' 
177W118' 
45'/W118' 
97'/W118' 
277W118' 
187W118' 
637W118' 
077W117' 
327W118' 
10'/W117' 
377W118' 
80'/W118' 
457W118' 
62'/W119' 
977W118' 



50.03' 
58.92' 
49.57' 
21.45' 
17.23' 
59.61' 
32.95' 
44.88' 
02.53' 
05.80' 
10.35' 
44.12' 
01.63' 
10.39' 
17.37' 
16.85' 
54.22' 
48.40' 
14.93' 
17.82' 
11.37' 
02.65' 
16.32' 
23.97' 
30.72' 
28.18' 
40.32' 
12.83' 
50.12' 
16.83' 
28.63' 
28.07' 
08.34' 
24.60' 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



408 



VFR WAYPOINTS 



LOS ANGELES SECTIONAL CHART 



WAVPOINT IDENT 

VPCNG 
VPCSU 
VPFPL 
VPSTC 



VPCNG 

VPCSU 

VPGTY 

VPLBP 

VPLCC 

VPLCP 

VPLDL 

VPLDP 

VPLDS 

VPLFX 

VPLGP 

VPLHF 

VPLHP 

VPLKH 

VPLLC 

VPLLM 

VPLMM 

VPLMS 

VPLPD 

VPLPP 

VPLQM 

VPLRB 

VPLRT 

VPLSA 

VPLSB 

VPLSC 

VPLSF 

VPLSP 

VPLSR 

VPLSS 

VPLTW 

VPLVT 

VPLWT 

VPNEW 

VPSTC 



VPACH 

VPBOV 

VPCLE 

VPCTE 

VPDAD 

VPDUT 

VPDZE 

VPEAR 

VPEDY 

VPFAH 

VPGPE 

VPHRO 

VPHUC 

VPIBR 

VPKER 

VPKOE 

VPLYY 

VPMBO 

VPOBA 

VPRBI 

VPRNL 

VPWMO 



COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT 

CONEJO GRADE US HWY 101 
CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS 
OXNARD FINANCIAL PLAZA 
SATICOY BRIDGE 



LOCATION 

N34°12.54yW118°59.61' 
N34°09.76yW119°02.53' 
N34°13.717W119°10.39' 
N34°16.627W119°08.34' 



LOS ANGELES TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



CONEJO GRADE US HWY 101 


N34°12.547W118°59.6r 


CSU CHANNEL ISLANDS 


N34°09.76'/W119 o 02.53 l 


GETTY CENTER 


N34°04.847W118°28.66 


BANNING PASS 


N33 o 56.057W116°59.63' 


CHAFFEY COLLEGE 


N34 o 08.877W117 o 34.33' 


CAJON PASS 


N34°18.077W117 o 27.68 l 


DISNEYLAND 


N33°48.727W117 55.13' 


DANA POINT 


N33°27.627W117°42.87 


DODGER STADIUM 


N34 o 04.427W118°14.42' 


91/605 INTERCHANGE 


N33 o 52.387W118 o 06.08' 


GRIFFITH PARK OBSERVATORY 


N34°07.107W118°18.02 


110/405 FWYS 


N33°51.427W118°17.10 


HUNTINGTON PIER 


N33°39.327W118°00.25 


KING HARBOR 


N33°50.757W118 o 23.88 l 


L.A. COLISEUM 


N34°00.837W118°17.27 


LAKE MATHEWS 


N33 o 50.587W117°26.85' 


MAGIC MOUNTAIN 


N34°26.207W118 o 36.28 l 


MILE SQUARE PARK 


N33°43.407W117°56.77 


PRADO DAM 


N33 o 53.407W117°38.48' 


PACIFIC PALISADES 


N34°02.137W118°32.15' 


QUEEN MARY 


N33°45.177W118°11.37 


ROSE BOWL 


N34°09.677W118°10.05 


SANTA ANITA RACE TRACK 


N34°08.457W118°02.65 


SANTA ANA CANYON 


N33°52.037W117 o 42.68 l 


SANTA FE FLOOD BASIN 


N34°07.727W117°57.30 


STATE COLLEGE 


N33°52.977W117 53.13' 


SAN FERNANDO RESERVOIR 


N34°17.877W118°29.00 


SIGNAL PEAK 


N33 36.337W117°48.63' 


HAWTHORNE & 405 FREEWAY 


N33°53.077W118°21.13' 


SANTA SUSANA PASS 


N34°16.007W118 o 38.43 l 


TUJUNGA WASH Si FOOTHILL 


N34°16.407W118 o 20.30' 


VINCENT THOMAS BRIDGE 


N33°44.977W118°16.32' 


WATER TANK 


N34°10.827W118°46.27 


NEWHALL PASS 


N34°20.187W118°30.72' 


SATICOY BRIDGE 


N34°16.627W119 o 08.34 l 


MIAMI SECTIONAL CHART 




HOLLYWOOD BEACH 


N25 o 00.927W080 o 06.93 , 




N27°57.007W080°46.75 




N26°27.077W082°00.88 




N26 o 09.287W081 o 20.70 , 


DADE CITY 


N28°22.577W082°11.25' 




N27°37.707W082°09.10 




N27°19.007W080°44.17 


CLEARWATER BEACH 


N27 o 58.677W082 o 49.83' 


ANDYTOWN TOLLGATE 


N26°08.787W080°28.00 




N26°25.407W081°29.67 


ST PETE BEACH 


N27°43.507W082°44.67 




N27°05.977W082°12.20 




N28°19.877W082°43.77 




N27°12.477W081°40.22 


LAKE PARKER 


N28°04.007W081°56.00 




N24°40.087W081°20.55 




N24°49.077W080°49.17 


GULFSTREAM PARK 


N25°58.577W080°08.17 


PUMPING STATION 


N26°28.307W080°26.75 




N25°50.677W080 o 55.18' 


RANGER STATION 


N25 o 22.927W080°36.58' 




N27°03.007W080°35.00 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



VFR WAYPOINTS 



409 



MIAMI TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



WAYPOINT IDENT 

VPACH 

VPEDY 

VPMBO 

VPOBA 

VPRBI 

VPRNL 



VPGPT 

VPLIP 

VPMAI 

VPMOB 

VPRAM 

VPRER 

VPRIV 

VPSAW 

VPTHR 



VPJAY 
VPLYD 
VPROK 



VPALL 

VPAQU 

VPARM 

VPAWG 

VPAZM 

VPBAR 

VPCCC 

VPCNL 

VPFRB 

VPFTN 

VPGLX 

VPGPP 

VPMAR 

VPMHS 

VPNRV 

VPNTT 

VPPIR 

VPQTR 

VPRVC 

VPSMC 

VPSQP 

VPSSS 

VPSTN 

VPSTT 

VPZZZ 



VPAGN 
VPBPE 
VPCJY 
VPCOJ 
VPDFA 
VPEAZ 
VPEDZ 
VPEGR 
VPEOX 



COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT 

HOLLYWOOD BEACH 
ANDYTOWN TOLLGATE 
GULFSTREAM PARK 
PUMPING STATION 



RANGER STATION 



LOCATION 

N26°00.92'/W080°06.93' 

N26°08.78'/W080°28.00' 

N25°58.57'W080°08.17' 

N26°28.30'/W080°26.75' 

N25°50.67'/W080°55.18' 

N25°22.92'/W080°36.58' 



NEW ORLEANS SECTIONAL CHART 



PHILLIPS INLET 



N30°25 
N30°16 
N30°50 
N30°23 
N30°18 
N30°13 
N30°54 
N30°49 
N30°19 



95'/W089' 
23'/W085' 
02'/W084' 
00'/W088' 
95'/W089' 
87'/W085' 
85'/W087' 
65'/W089' 
93'/W087' 



05.62' 
59.25' 
56.63' 
31.72' 
35.88' 
20.67' 
57.82' 
07.42' 
08.50' 



NEW YORK HELICOPTER CHART 



N40°59.00'/W073°07.00' 
N40°57.37'/W073°29.59' 
N40°52.70'/W073°44.24' 



PHOENIX TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



ALLENVILLE 

AQUEDUCT PUMPING STATION 

ARROWHEAD MALL 

AHWATUKEE GOLF COURSE 

ARIZONA MILLS 

BARTLETT DAM 

COUNTRY CLUB & CANAL 

CANAL 

FIREBIRD LAKE 

FOUNTAIN HILLS 

GILA CROSSING 

GLENDALE POWER PLANT 

MARICOPA 

MESQUITE HIGH SCHOOL 

NEW RIVER 

NORTH TEST TRACK 

PIR 

QUINTERO GOLF COURSE 

RIO VERDE COMMUNITY 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN COLLEGE 

SQUAW PEAK 

SUPERSTITION SPRINGS MALL 

SANTAN MOUNTAINS 

SOUTH TEST TRACK 



N33°20 
N33°40 
N33°38 
N33°19 
N33°23 
N33°49 
N33°30 
N33°33 
N33°16 
N33°36 
N33°16 
N33°33 
N33°03 
N33°20 
N33°55 
N33°03 
N33°22 
N33°49 
N33°44 
N33°23 
N33°32 
N33°23 
N33°09 
N32°56 
N33°20 



977W112' 
057W112' 
52'/W112' 
987W111' 
437W111' 
lO'/Wlll' 
737W111' 
23'/Wlll' 
35'/Wlll' 
127W111' 
55'/W112' 
277W112' 
42'/W112' 
537W111' 
087W112' 
50'/Wlll' 
52'/W112' 
537W112' 
377W111' 
02'/W112' 
837W112' 
50'/Wlll' 
237W111' 
257W111' 
18' /Will' 



ST LOUIS TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



TV ANTENNA 

HOLIDAY SHORES 

WINFIELD DAM 

JEFFERSON BARRACKS BRIDGE 

BUSCH STADIUM 

WATER TANKS 

GAS TANKS 

ST PETERS 



N38°32 
N38°23 
N38°55 
N39°00 
N38°29 
N38°37 
N38°45 
N38°35 
N38°47 



087W090' 
807W090' 
007W089' 
28'/W090' 
187W090' 
43'/W090' 
30'/W090' 
80'/W090' 
17'/W090' 



35.20' 
41.38' 
13.48' 
59.08' 
57.88' 
37.92' 
50.37' 
46.89° 
58.10' 
42.72' 
10.08' 
13.00' 
02.88' 
49.58' 
08.45' 
55.83' 
18.90' 
23.58' 
39.62' 
02.12' 
01.27' 
41.37' 
40.92' 
59.67' 
26.53' 



22.42' 
20.38' 
56.00' 
41.23' 
16.47' 
11.55' 
34.87' 
19.32' 
39.25' 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



410 



VFR WAYPOINTS 



WAYPOINT IDENT 

VPFAI 

VPFFY 

VPGPF 

VPGVI 

VPHRQ 

VPIBO 

VPJMU 

VPKNY 

VPLES 

VPLIW 

VPLXU 

VPNSY 

VPNZY 

VPRAZ 

VPRMO 

VPWKO 

VPXX] 

VPYID 



VPAIR 

VPBEE 

VPBRN 

VPCAP 

VPCHS 

VPCOP 

VPCWY 

VPCYN 

VPFPC 

VPFPK 

VPGFS 

VPHVE 

VPJRT 

VPKSL 

VPLGN 

VPMDH 

VPMMT 

VPMSH 

VPNSL 

VPNTP 

VPOGE 

VPOPS 

VPPEN 

VPPPT 

VPPTM 

VPPVO 

VPRWY 

VPSLC 

VPTIP 

VPWBR 

VPWBT 



VPAIR 

VPBEE 

VPBRN 

VPCAP 

VPCHS 

VPCOP 

VPCVI 

VPCWY 

VPCYN 

VPFPC 

VPFPK 

VPGFS 



COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT 

HOWELL ISLAND 



CHAIN OF ROCKS BRIDGE 

WATERLOO 

HORSESHOE LAKE 

PACIFIC 

ST CHARLES 

SIX FLAGS 

GATEWAY ARCH 

WOOD RIVER REFINERIES 

WENTZVILLE 

JERSEYVILLE 

FOREST PARK 

COLUMBIA 

MILLSTADT 

MOSENTHEIN ISLAND 



LOCATION 
N38°40 
N38°55 
N38°35 
N38°32 
N38°45 
N38°20 
N38°41 
N38°29 
N38°47 
N38°30 
N38°37 
N38°50 
N38°48 
N39°07 
N38°38 
N38°27 
N38°27 
N38°43 



SALT LAKE CITY HELICOPTER CHART 



SALTAIR 

SOUTH INTERCHANGE 

BARN 

STATE CAPITOL 

BINGHAM COPPER MINE 
CAUSEWAY 
PARLEYS CANYON 
FREE PORT CENTER 
FRANCIS PEAK 
GARFIELD STACK 
SPAGHETTI BOWL 
JORDAN RIVER TEMPLE 
KSL ANTENNA 

LAGOON AMUSEMENT PARK 
MCKAY DEE HOSPITAL 
MICROWAVE TOWERS 



GRAIN ELEVATOR 
POWER STATION 
STATE PRISON 
PROMONTORY POINT 
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN 
PROVO CANYON 



I-15/I-80 INTERCHANGE 
SOUTH TIP 
WEBER CANYON 



N40°44 
N40°38 
N40°54 
N40°46 
N40°42 
N40°31 
N41°05 
N40°42 
N41°05 
N41°01 
N40°43 
N40°43 
N40°35 
N40°46 
N40°59 
N41°ll 
N40°48 
N41°01 
N40°50 
N41°03 
N41°13. 
N41°20 
N40°29 
N41°12 
N40°27 
N40°18 
N40°48 
N40°45 
N40°50 
N41°08 
N40°38 



00'/W090' 
37'/W090' 
607W090' 
307W090' 
887W090 1 
007W090 1 
007W090 1 
007W090 1 
007W090 1 
677W090 1 
507W090 1 
007W090 1 
837W090 1 
007W090 1 
007W090 1 
007W090' 
507W090 1 
007W090' 



857W112' 
187W111' 
287W112 1 
677W111' 
287W112' 
387W112 1 
377W112 1 
677W111' 
927W112 1 
987W111' 
287W112' 
507W111 1 
027W111' 
807W112 1 
087W111' 

50'/wnr 

507W111' 
67'/W112' 
157W111' 
577W112' 
137W112 1 
387W112 1 
887W111' 
287W112 1 
427W111 1 
777W111' 
487W112' 
837W111' 
937W112 1 
177W111' 
007W112' 



SALT LAKE CITY TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



SALTAIR 

SOUTH INTERCHANGE 

BARN 

STATE CAPITOL 

BINGHAM COPPER MINE 

CENTERVILLE INTERCHANGE 

CAUSEWAY 

PARLEYS CANYON 

FREE PORT CENTER 

FRANCIS PEAK 

GARFIELD STACK 



N40°44 
N40°38 
N40°54 
N40°46 
N40°42 
N40°31 
N40°55 
N41°05 
N40°42 
N41°05 
N41°01 
N40°43 



857W112' 
187W111' 
287W112 1 
677W111' 
287W112' 
387W112 1 
307W111' 
377W112' 
677W111' 
927W112' 
987W111' 
287W112 1 



43.00' 
17.30' 
26.92' 
27.80' 
10.42' 
09.00' 
05.00' 
44.00' 
30.00' 
40.47' 
11.00' 
05.00' 
50.98' 
20.00' 
17.00' 
12.00' 
05.68' 
12.25' 



11.22' 
54.23' 
10.15' 
53.25' 
05.92' 
09.00' 
07.17' 
48.10' 
02.27' 
50.30' 
11.88' 
54.22' 
55.58' 
05.80' 
53.57' 
57.08' 
53.37' 
02.47' 
54.90' 
14.23' 
00.45' 
02.78' 
53.62' 
25.73' 
54.83' 
39.45' 
00.33' 
54.85' 
10.92' 
54.83' 
03.33' 



11.22' 
54.23' 
10.15' 
53.25' 
05.92' 
09.00' 
53.43' 
07.17' 
48.10' 
02.27' 
50.30' 
11.88' 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



VFR WAYPOINTS 



411 



WAYPOINT IDENT 

VPHVE 

VPJRT 

VPKSL 

VPLGN 

VPMDH 

VPMMT 

VPMSH 

VPNSL 

VPNTP 

VPOGE 

VPOPS 

VPPEN 

VPPPT 

VPPTM 

VPPVO 

VPRWY 

VPSLC 

VPTIP 

VPUOU 

VPWBR 

VPWBT 

VPZOO 



VPLDP 

VPLSP 

VPOCN 

VPSBC 

VPSBL 

VPSBM 

VPSCF 

VPSCM 

VPSCP 

VPSCR 

VPSFB 

VPSLJ 

VPSMB 

VPSMP 

VPSMS 

VPSMV 

VPSMW 

VPSOP 

VPSOT 

VPSPL 

VPSPP 

VPSQS 

VPSRT 

VPSSM 

VPSSV 

VPSTP 

VPSVA 



VPALT 
VPANT 
VPBBR 
VPCAL 
VPCBT 
VPCOY 
VPCQZ 
VPCRL 
VPCRY 



COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT 

SPAGHETTI BOWL 
JORDAN RIVER TEMPLE 
KSL ANTENNA 
LAGOON AMUSEMENT PARK 
MCKAY DEE HOSPITAL 
MICROWAVE TOWERS 



GRAIN ELEVATOR 
POWER STATION 
STATE PRISON 
PROMONTORY POINT 
POINT OF THE MOUNTAIN 
PROVO CANYON 



I-15/I-80 INTERCHANGE 
SOUTH TIP 

U OF U EVENTS CENTER 
WEBER CANYON 



HOGLE ZOO 



LOCATION 

N40°43 
N40°35 
N40°46 
N40°59 
N41°ll 
N40°48 
N41°01 
N40°50 
N41°03 
N41°13 
N41°20 
N40°29 
N41°12 
N40°27 
N40°18 
N40°4S 
N40°45 
N40°50 
N40°45 
N41°08 
N40°38 
N40°45 



507W111' 
027W111' 
807W112' 
08'/Wlll' 
507W111' 
507W111' 
67'/W112' 
157W111' 
57'/W112' 
13'/W112' 
38'/W112 c 
88'/Wlll' 
28'/W112 c 
427W111' 
777W111' 
48'/W112 c 
83'/Wlll' 
937W112' 
737W111' 
17'/W111' 
007W112' 
007W111' 



SAN DIEGO TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



DANA POINT 
SIGNAL PEAK 



BARONA CASINO 



BLACK MOUNTAIN 



COWLES MOUNTAIN 
CRYSTAL PIER 



IRON MOUNTAIN 
LAKE JENNINGS 



MOUNT SOLEDAD 

MOUNT WOODSON 
OTAY MESA PRISON 
LOWER OTAY LAKE 
SOUTH POINT LOMA 
POWER PLANT 
QUALCOMM STADIUM 
DEL MAR RACE TRACK 
SAN MIGUEL MOUNTAIN 
SAN VICENTE ISLAND 
TORREY PINES GOLF COURSE 



N33°27 
N33°36 
N33°14 
N32°56 
N33°05 
N32°58 
N32°48 
N32°48 
N32°47 
N32°39 
N32°58 
N32°51 
N32°45 
N33°22 
N32°50 
N32°45 
N33°00 
N32°35 
N32°37 
N32°39 
N33°08 
N32°46 
N32°58 
N32°41 
N32°55 
N32°54 
N33°ll 



627W117' 
337W117' 
157W117' 
257W116' 
187W117' 
877W117' 
557W117' 
727W117' 
777W117' 
377W117' 
257W116' 
537W116' 
577W117' 
707W117' 
407W117' 
757W117' 
527W116' 
827W116' 
737W116' 
907W117' 
257W117' 
987W117' 
587W117' 
78'/W116' 
537W116' 
177W117' 
487W117' 



54.22' 
55.58' 
05.80' 
53.57' 
57.08' 
53.37' 
02.47' 
54.90' 
14.23' 
00.45' 
02.78' 
53.62' 
25.73' 
54.83' 
39.45' 
00.33' 
54.85' 
10.92' 
50.28' 
54.83' 
03.33' 
48.95' 



42.87' 
48.63' 
26.63' 
52.60' 
18.55' 
07.00' 
09.17' 
01.97' 
15.42' 
07.30' 
57.33' 
53.28' 
12.22' 
36.75' 
15.10' 
09.80' 
58.23' 
55.28' 
55.38' 
14.55' 
20.23' 
07.23' 
15.95' 
56.18' 
55.00' 
14.68' 
16.38' 



SAN FRANCISCO SECTIONAL CHART 



KINGSBURY GRADE 



N38°58.75'/W119°53.20' 



SAN FRANCISCO TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



ALTAMONT PASS 
ANTIOCH BRIDGE 
BENICIA BRIDGE 
CALAVERAS RESERVOIR 
LAKE CHABOT 
COYOTE HILLS 
CARQUINEZ BRIDGE 



CRYSTAL SPRINGS CAUSEWAY 



N37°44 
N38°01 
N38°02 
N37°28 
N37°43 
N37°32 
N38°03 
N37°ll 
N37°30 



357W121' 
45'/W121' 
507W122' 
16'/W121' 
68'/W122 c 
507W122' 
66'/W122' 
00'/W121' 
567W122' 



35.42' 
45.02' 
07.45' 
48.93' 
06.94' 
05.06' 
13.52' 
41.06' 
21.10' 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



412 



VFR WAYPOINTS 



WAYPOINT IDENT 

VPCSH 

VPDAM 

VPDLR 

VPDUB 

VPEMB 

VPGGF 

VPGIL 

VPHHH 

VPKGO 

VPLEX 

VPMID 

VPMOR 

VPNUM 

VPPAC 

VPPRU 

VPSAR 

VPSLA 

VPSTB 

VPSUN 

VPUTC 

VPWAL 

VPWAM 

VPWFR 



VPBOV 

VPCNY 

VPDAD 

VPDFI 

VPDUT 

VPEAR 

VPFFU 

VPGPE 

VPHUC 

VPKER 

VPLEV 

VPLJA 



COLLOCATED VFR CHECKPOINT 

CAL STATE UNIVERSITY 
DEL VALLE DAM 



VPACE 

VPAXI 

VPBRA 

VPGCE 

VPWZO 



DUBLIN 

EMBASSY SUITES 

GOLDEN GATE FIELDS 

GILROY 

HAMILTON 

KGO 

LEXINGTON RESERVOIR 

MID-SPAN SAN MATEO BRIDGE 

MORMON TEMPLE 

NUMMI PLANT 



PRUNEYARD 

SARATOGA 

SLAC/LINEAR ACCELERATOR 

STINSON BEACH 

SUNOL GOLF COURSE 

U.T.C. 

WALNUT CREEK 



CEMENT PLANT 



LOCATION 

N37°39 
N37°36 
N37°07. 
N37°42 
N37°26 
N37°53 
N37°01 
N38°03 
N37°31 
N37°ll 
N37°36 
N37°48 
N37°29 
N37°38 
N37°17 
N37°15. 
N37°24 
N37°54 
N37°34 
N37°13 
N37°53 
N37°30 
N37°30 



527W122' 
917W121' 
007W121' 
067W121' 
057W121 1 
077W122 1 
377W121' 
587W122 1 
587W122 1 
667W121' 
287W122' 
467W122 1 
567W121 1 
007W122' 
337W121' 
267W122' 
757W122 1 
457W122 1 
857W121 1 
937W121' 
787W122' 
287W122' 
887W122 1 



TAMPA/ORLANDO TERMINAL AREA CHART/FLYWAY CHART 



CLEARWATER BEACH 



ST PETE BEACH 



LAKE PARKER 



WASHINGTON SECTIONAL CHART 



N27°57.00' 
N28°30.00' 
N28°22.57 
N29°00.17 
N27°37.70' 
N27°58.67 
N28°57.08 l 
N27°43.50' 
N28°19.87 
N28°04.00' 
N28°48.00' 
N29°00.00' 



/W080' 
/W080' 
/W082' 
/W081' 
/W082' 
/W082' 
/W081' 
/W082' 
/W082' 
/W081 1 
/W080' 
/W080' 



03.52' 
44.78' 
47.06' 
55.36' 
53.83' 
18.71' 
33.99' 
30.66' 
06.10' 
59.18' 
11.81' 
11.95' 
56.58' 
32.07' 
56.01' 
02.33' 
14.35' 
40.41' 
53.23' 
41.35' 
04.30' 
10.00' 
12.26' 



46.75' 
45.00' 
11.25' 
20.85' 
09.10' 
49.83' 
00.33' 
44.67' 
43.77' 
56.00' 
52.00' 
51.00' 



N38 o 07.82'/W076°48.75' 
N38°34.57'/W076°20.38' 
N36°13.75'/W076°08.08' 
N36 o 03.90'/W076°36.42' 
N36 o 00.87'/W075°40.07' 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



413 



INTENTIONALLY 

LEFT 

BLANK 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



414 VOR RECEIVER CHECK 

VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS 

AND 

VOR TEST FACILITIES (VOT) 

The use of VOR airborne and ground checkpoints is explained in Aeronautical Information Manual, Basic Flight Information 
and ATC Procedures. 

NOTE: Under columns headed "Type of Checkpoint" & "Type of VOT Facility" G stands for ground. A/ stands for airborne 
followed by figures (2300) or (1000-3000) indicating the altitudes above mean sea level at which the check should 
be conducted. Facilities are listed in alphabetical order, in the state where the checkpoints or VOTs are located. 

ARKANSAS 

VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS 

Type 

Check Azimuth Dist. 

Pt. from from 

Gnd. Fac. Fac. 

Facility Name (Arpt Name) Freq/ldent AB/ALT Mag N.M. Checkpoint Description 

Flippin 112.8/FLP A/1900 053 6.0 Over water tower at 

Mountain Home. 
Fort Smith (Fort Smith Rgnl) 110.4/FSM G 226 5.2 On runup area on twy to 

Rwy 25. 
110.4/FSM G 232 6.2 On runup area on twy to 

Rwy 07. 
Gosnell 111.8/GOJ A/1700 105 7.3 Over railroad bridge at 

Armorel. 
Harrison (Boone County) 112.5/HRO G 135 4.4 At int of N/S and E/W twys 

by trmi bldg. 
Jonesboro (Jonesboro Muni) 108.6/JBR G 227 3.9 On NE ramp in front of 

airline terminal. 
Little Rock (Adams Field) 113.9/LIT G 312 3.8 At intersection of Twys G 

and F. VOR gnd chk point 

unusable. 
113.9/LIT G 310 4.1 On Twy L at Twy A. 

Pine Bluff (Grider Field) 116.0/PBF G 182 4.4 Center E/W twys front of 

twr. 



LOUISANA 

VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS 

Type 

Check Azimuth 

Pt. from 

Gnd. Fac. 

Facility Name (Arpt Name) Freq/ldent AB/ALT Mag 

Alexandria (Alexandria Intl) 116.1/AEX G 328 

Baton Rouge (Baton Rouge Metro, Ryan) .... 116.5/BTR A/1500 063 

Downtown 108.6/DTN A/1500 290 

Downtown (Shreveport Downtown) 108.6/DTN G 278 

Lafayette (Lafayette Rgnl) 109.8/LFT A/1000 343 



Dist. 




from 




Fac. 




N.M. 


Checkpoint Description 


4.3 


On runup Rwy 32. 


7.2 


Over water tank W side of 




arpt. 


10.0 


Over white water tower in 




factory complex. 


.4 


On NE side of Twy D by 




FBO parking area. 


22.1 


Over rotating beacon at St. 




Landry Parish-Ahart Fid. 




arpt. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



VOR RECEIVER CHECK 

Type 

Check Azimuth 

Pt. from 

Gnd. Fac. 

Facility Name (Arpt Name) Freq/ldent AB/ALT Mag 

109.8/LFT G 355 

109.8/LFT G 341 

109.8/LFT G 025 

Lake Charles (Lake Charles Rgnl) 113.4/LCH A/1000 253 

Monroe (Monroe Rgnl) 117.2/MLU G 212 

Natchez (Concordia Parish) 110.0/HEZ A/1000 247 

Polk (Fort Polk AAF) 108.4/FXU A/2000 167 

Reserve (St John The Baptist Parish) 110.8 RQR A/1500 270 

Tibby (Houma-Terrebonne) 112.0/TBD A/1000 117 

Tibby (Thibodaux Muni) 112.0/TBD A/1000 353° 

VOR TEST FACILITIES (VOT) 

Facility Name Type VOT 

(Airport Name) Freq. Facility 

New Orleans (Lakefront) 111.0 A/G 

Shreveport Rgnl 108.2 G 

MISSISSIPPI 

VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS 

Type 

Check Azimuth 

Pt. from 

Gnd. Fac. 

Facility Name (Arpt Name) Freq/ldent AB/ALT Mag 

Caledonia (Columbus AFB) 115.2/CBM G 152 

G 200 

G 298 

Greenville (Mid Delta Rgnl) 110.2/GLH G 185 

McComb (McComb-Pike Co-John E Lewis 

Fid) 116.7/MCB A/1400 234 

Meridian (Key Field) 117.0/MEI G 127 

Natchez (Hardy-Anders Fid 

Natchez-Adams Co) 110.0/HEZ G 143 

VOR TEST FACILITIES (VOT) 

Facility Name Type VOT 

(Airport Name) Freq. Facility 

Jackson-Evers Intl 111.0 G 



415 



Dist. 
from 
Fac. 
N.M. Checkpoint Description 

0.5 On Twy F run up area Rwy 

04L. 
0.9 On Twy B run up area Rwy 

11. 

1.4 On Twy J run up area Rwy 

22L. 

6.2 Over rotg ben on twr. 

0.7 On Twy G South of twr. 

10.5 Over hangar NW end of fid. 

4.5 Over water tower. 
16.8 Over center of bridge. 
10.7 Over intersection of Rwys 

18-36 and 12-30. 
5.0 Over microwave twr near 
arpt. 



Within 5 NM radius 

between 2000'-3000'. 



Dist. 
from 
Fac. 
N.M. Checkpoint Description 

0.7 On S hammerhead. 

0.5 At base ops. 

1.5 On N hammerhead T-38 

runup. 
2.3 On North ramp. 

13.3 Over hangar. 
4.0 On ramp in front of 
terminal building. 

0.5 On taxiway at apch end 
Rwy 31. 



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416 VOR RECEIVER CHECK 

OKLAHOMA 

VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS 

Type 

Check Azimuth 

Pt. from 

Gnd. Fac. 

Facility Name (Arpt Name) Freq/ldent AB/ALT Mag 

Ada 117.8/ADH A/2000 036 

Ardmore (Ardmore Muni) 116.7/ADM A/2000 045 

Bartlesville (Bartlesville Muni) 117.9/BVO G 166 

Duncan (Halliburton Field) 111.0/DUC G 327 

Enid (Vance AFB) 115.4/END G 015 

115.4/END G 143 

115.4/END G 160 

Glenpool (Richard Lloyd Jones Jr) 110.6/GNP A/2500 348 

Hobart (Hobart Rgnl) 111.8/HBR A/3500 343 

Lawton (Lawton-Fort Sill Rgnl) 109.4/LAW G 349 

McAlester (McAlester Rgnl) 112.0/MLC G 350 

Okmulgee (Okmulgee Rgnl) 114.9/0KM A/2200 279 

Ponca City (Ponca City Rgnl) 113.2/PER G 81 

113.2/PER G 107 

Sayre (Sayre Muni) 115.2/SY0 A/3000 175 

Stillwater (Stillwater Rgnl) 108.4/SWO G 176 

Wiley Post (Wiley Post) 113.4/PWA G 157 

113.4/PWA G 007 

Will Rogers (Clarence E. Page Muni) 114.1/IRW A/2900 297 

Woodring (Enid Woodring Rgnl) 109.0/0DG G 352 

VOR TEST FACILITIES (VOT) 

Facility Name Type VOT 

(Airport Name) Freq. Facility 

Oklahoma City (Will Rogers World) 108.8 A/G 

Tulsa International 109.0 



Dist. 




from 




Fac. 




N.M. 


Checkpoint Description 


5.8 


Over railroad and 




east/west highway in 




center of town of 




Francis. 


8.4 


Over red and white water 




tower W side of arpt. 


4.5 


On parallel twy opposite 




terminal. OTS indef. 


5.8 


At compass rose. 


0.6 


On zero runup pad Rwy 




17C. 


0.8 


On zero runup pad Rwy 




35R. 


0.9 


On zero runup pad Rwy 




35C. 


7.2 


Over intersection of rwy 




south Rwy 13 and Rwy 




19R. 


9 


Railroad intersection east 




side of city. 


4.6 


On taxiway between 




terminal and Rwy 




17-35. 


2 


At intersection of ramp 




and twy. 


10.2 


Over intersection N/S 




railroad and E/W 




highway. 


2.9 


At Apch end Rwy 17 on 




Twy A 


3.2 


At South of ramp on Twy A 


10.4 


VOR ground receiver 




checkpoints unusable. 




Over rotating beacon. 


4 


At intersection of NW ramp 




and twy D. 


0.5 


On runup pad to Rwy 35R. 


0.7 


On runup area to Rqy 17L. 


12.8 


Over apch end Rwy 35L. 


.5 


On ramp W of terminal. 



Remarks 

Within 10 NM radius 
between 3000' and 
5000' VOT unusable on 
Twy H and Rwy 17L-35R 
N of Twy H-2 and Twy E 
N of Twy E-2/E-3 
junction. 



SO, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



VOR RECEIVER CHECK 
TEXAS 

VOR RECEIVER CHECKPOINTS 



417 



Facility Name (Arpt Name) Freq/ldent 

Abilene (Abilene Rgnl) 113.7/ABI 

Alice (Alice International) 114.5/ALI 

Beaumont (Southeast Texas Reg) 114.5/BPT 

Borger (Hutchinson Co) 108.6/BGD 

Brownsville (Brownsville/South Padre 

Island Intl) 116.3/BRO 

Brownwood (Brownwood Rgnl) 108.6/BWD 

Childress (Childress Muni) 117.6/CDS 

College Station (Easterwood Field) 113.3/CLL 

Corpus Christi (Corpus Christi Intl) 115.5/CRP 

Daisetta (Liberty Muni) 116.9/DAS 

Dalhart (Dalhart Muni) 112.0/DHT 

Eagle Lake (Eagle Lake) 116.4/ELA 

Fort Stockton (Fort Stockton-Pecos 

County) 116.9/FST 

Gray (Skylark fid) 111.8/GRK 

Gregg Co (East Texas Rgnl) 112.3/GGG 

Humble (George Bush 

Intercontinental/Houston) 116. 6/1 AH 

Laredo (Laredo International) 117.4/LRD 

117.4/LRD 

Laughlin (Del Rio Intl) 114.4/DLF 

114.4/DLF 
114.4/DLF 

Lubbock 109.2/LBB 

Lufkin (Angelina County) 112.1/LFK 

Marfa (Marfa Muni) 115.9/MRF 

McAllen (McAllen Miller Intl) 117.2/MFE 

Midland 114.8/MAF 

Millsap (Mineral Wells) 117.7/MQP 

Paris (Cox Fid) 113.6/PRX 

Pecos 111.8/PEQ 

Quitman 114.0/UIM 

Randolph (Randolph AFB) 112.3/RND 



Type 






Check 


Azimuth 


Dist. 


Pt. 


from 


Trom 


Grid. 


Fac. 


Fac. 


AB/ALT 


Mag 


N.M. 



A/2800 

G 
G 
G 



A/2600 
G 



A/1100 
A/1200 
A/5000 
A/1200 



272 
309 
173 



169 
353 



187 
195 
176 
180 



0.5 
0.8 
6.7 



6.2 
3.7 



9.3 
7.5 

4.1 
4.1 



G 


056 


7.6 


G 


128 


2.4 


G 


339 


2.2 


G 


313 


4.1 


G 


318 


4.8 


2000 


268 


7.7 


G 


198 


.5 


G 


275 


.9 


4500 


053 


4.5 


1300 


331 


4.6 


6000 


280 


3.6 


G 


331 


0.6 


4000 


224 


11 


2000 


329 


6.0 


G 


348 


5.6 


3600 


105 


5.5 


1500 


241 


14.5 


G 


337 


1.0 



Checkpoint Description 

Over silos in center of Ft 

Phantom Lake. 
On twy near FBO. 
On runup area for Rwy 12. 
On twy intersection at N 

end of ramp. 

3.2 NM on hold line Rwy 

13R. 
Over rotating ben. 
At intersection of edge of 

ramp at center twy. 
On W edge of parking 

ramp. 
Over Rwy 32 thld. 
Over hangar S of arpt. 
Over water tower on arpt. 
Over water tank 0.4 NM 

SW of arpt. 

On ramp N of terminal 

building. 
On NE runup area. 
At N end of ramp on twy to 

Rwy 13. 

On runup pad Rwy 08. 
On runup area of Twy F. 
On runup area of Twy A. 
Over rotating ben. 
On ramp AER 31L. 
On ramp AER 13R. 
Over water tank at 

intersection of railroad & 

road in New Deal. 
Over rotating ben. 
Over gray-white tank north 

edge of town. 
.6 NM on cargo ramp. 
Over Odessa water tank. 
Over spillway of lake N of 

Mineral Wells arpt. 
At intersection of ramp 

and E/W twy. 
Over 419' transmission 

twr E of town of Pecos. 
Over water tank in Alba. 
On AER 14R. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



418 VOR RECEIVER CHECK 

Type 

Check Azimuth 
Pt. from 

Gnd. Fac. 

Facility Name (Arpt Name) Freq/ldent AB/ALT Mag 

Rocksprings 111.2/RSG A/3800 085 

San Angelo (San Angelo Rgnl/Mathis 115.1/SJT G 237 

Field) 

Scholes (Galveston Intl— Scholes Fid) 113.0/VUH G 138 

Sinton (Alfred C 'Bubba' Thomas) 115.5/CRP A/1000 318 

Stinson (Stinson Muni) 108.4/SSF A/2000 337 

Sulphur Springs 109.0/SLR A/1600 223 

Temple (Draughon-Miller Central Texas 110.4/TPL G 160 

Rgnl) 

Tyler (Tyler Pounds Rgnl) 114.2/TYR G 082 

Victoria (Victoria Rgnl) 109.0/VCT G 128 

Wichita Falls 112.7/SPS A/2000 228 

Wichita Falls (Sheppard AFB/Wichita Falls 

Muni) 112.7/SPS G 093 

112.7/SPS G 075 

112.7/SPS G 064 

112.7/SPS G 068 

Wink (Winkler County) 112.1/INK A/3900 149 

VOR TEST FACILITIES (VOT) 

Facility Name Type VOT 

(Airport Name) Freq. Facility 

Dallas Love Field 113.3 A/G 

El Paso International 111.0 G 

Fort Worth Meacham Intl 108.2 G 

Houston (William P. Hobby} 108.4 G 

Midland Intl 108.2 G 

San Antonio International 110.4 G 



Dist. 




from 




Fac. 




N.M. 


Checkpoint Description 


4.8 


Over 2804' antenna S of 




Rocksprings. 


2.6 


On E edge of ramp in front 




of atct. 


.8 


Taxiway/runup area East 




of Rwy 35 thld. 


9.8 


Over rotating ben on arpt. 


5.0 


Over atct. 


7 


Over projector booth and 




snackbar within outdoor 




theater. 


3.6 


At edge of ramp and twy in 




front of refueling office. 


.5 


At intersection twys D and 




H 


3.2 


At approach end of Rwy 




12L. 


19.8 


Over spillway at Lake 




Diversion. 



5.5 On Twy C runup area Rwy 

33L. 
5.3 On Twy G AER 33R. 

5.2 On Twy K AER 15L. 

4.7 On Twy H runup area Rwy 

15R. 
5.9 Over intersection of rwys 

04-22 and 13-31. 



Remarks 

Airborne, use within 10 
NM radius of Dallas 
Love field between 
2000' and 10000'. 

Used for ground only. 
Unusable on the west 
side of hangers south of 
the intersection of Twy A 
and the centerline of 
Rwy 04-22. 

Used for ground and 
airborne test. For 
airborne use within 10 
NM radius of Fort Worth 
Meacham Intl clockwise 
fr 220°-310° between 
2000' and 5700'. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



PARACHUTE JUMPING AREAS 



419 



The following tabulation lists all reported parachute jumping sites in the area of coverage of this directory. Unless 
otherwise indicated, all activities are conducted during daylight hours and under VFR conditions. The busiest periods of 
activity are normally on weekends and holidays, but jumps can be expected at anytime during the week at the locations 
listed. Jumps within restricted airspace are not listed. 

All times are local and altitudes MSL unless otherwise specified. 

Contact facility and frequency is listed at the end of the remarks, when available, in bold face type. 

Refer to Federal Aviation Regulations Part 105 for required procedures relating to parachute jumping. 

Organizations desiring listing of their jumping activities in this publication should contact the nearest FSS, tower or 

ARTCC. 

Qualified parachute jumping sites will be depicted on the appropriate visual chart(s). 

Note: (c) in this publication indicates that the parachute jump area is charted. 

To qualify for charting, a jump area must meet the following criteria: 

(1) Been in operation for at least 1 year. 

(2) Operate year round (at least on weekends). 

(3) Log 4,000 or more jumps each year. 

In addition, jump sites can be nominated by FAA Regions if special circumstances require charting. 



DISTANCE AND RADIAL FROM 
LOCATION NEAREST VOR/VORTAC 

ARKANSAS 

(c) Blackjack Drop Zone 33 NM; 009° Little Rock 



Camp Chaffee, Arrowhead Drop Zone.... 6 NM; 160° Ft. Smith 

Camp Robinson-All American Drop Zone 15 NM; 332° Little Rock . 



Conway Drop Zone 24 NM; 334° Little Rock . 

(c) Siloam Springs Muni 18 NM; 256° Razorback.. 

Texarkana 9 NM; 160° Texarkana.... 



LOUISIANA 

(c) Baton Rouge 13NM; 060° Baton Rouge 

(c) Belle Chasse 2 NM; 054° Harvey 

Bodcaw 16 NM; 083° Shreveport 

(c) Breaux Bridge, Bordelon Airpark .... 9 NM; 042° Lafayette 

(c) Mansfield, CE 'Rusty' Williams Arpt.. 22 NM; 196° Elm Grove 

(c) Opelousas, St Landry Parish — Ahart 

Fid 25 NM; 340° Lafayette 

Slidell Arpt 13.8 NM; 195° Picayune 



MISSISSIPPI 

Artesia, Carson Drop Zone 11 NM; 188° Bigbee 

(c) Batesville, Panola County Arpt 26 NM; 220° Holly Springs 

Camp McCain Drop Zone 31.9 NM; 067° Sidon 



Coldwater, Coldwater Drop Zone 20 NM; 170° Memphis . 



Edwards, Kelly Drop Zone 30 NM; 230° Jackson. 

Edwards, Noble Drop Zone 31 NM; 225° Jackson . 

Grenada Drop Zone 32.6 NM; 048° Sidon . 



Magee Drop Zone 50 NM; 148° Jackson . 



Rolling Fork, Wade Arpt 32 NM; 180° Greenville .. 

Strong 6.5 NM; 289° Caledonia . 

Terry, Windy Drop Zone 28 NM; 190" Jackson 

West Point, King Drop Zone 7 NM; 305° Bigbee 



MAXIMUM 
ALTITUDE 



13,000 AGL 



13,000 
7,500 
13,000 
12,000 
13,000 

11,500 
14,500 AGL 



2,000 AGL 
10,500 AGL 

17,999 



2,000 AGL 

2,000 AGL 

17,999 



12,500 

12,500 

2,000 AGL 

2,000 AGL 



REMARKS 

Mon-Fri 0600-0200 and 
occasional weekends. Extensive 
activity, personnel and cargo, 
including instrument 
meteorological conditions drops. 
Mon-Fri 0600-2300 and 
occasional weekends. 
Mon-Fri 0600-0200 and 
occasional weekends. Extensive 
activity, personnel and cargo, 
including instrument 
meteorological conditions drops. 
0800-SS weekends and 
occasional weekdays. 
5 NM radius. Sat-Mon 
0700-0000. 
0800-SS weekends and 
occasional weekdays 

Daily SR-SS 
Daily SR-SS 
Daily SR-SS 
Daily SR-SS 
3 NM radius. Daily SR-SS 

3NM radius. Weekends 0700-1800. 
3 NM radius. Daily SR-SS. 
Louis Armstrong New Orleans Intl 
Tower 133.15. 

Occasional use. 

5 NM radius, Sat-Sun 0900-SS. 

5 NM radius. Weekdays and 

weekends, occasional nights, 

seldom holidays. 

0600-2330 Mon-Fri and 

occasional weekends. Military use. 

Occasional use. 

Occasional use. 

5 NM radius. Weekends, 

occasional nights, seldom 

holidays. 

SR-SS weekends & holidays. 

Occasional use by National Guard. 

10 NM radius. SR-SS Daily. 

Weekends and holidays SR-SS 

Occasional use. 

Occasional use. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



420 



PARACHUTE JUMPING AREAS 



LOCATION 
Yazoo City, Yazoo Co Arpt 

(c) Chickasha, Redhills Arpt 

(c) Claremore, Sam Riggs Arpt 

(c) Gushing Muni 

(c) Eldorado, Sooner Drop Zone 

(c) Goldsby, Pardise Air Haven Arpt ... 
(c) Grandfield Muni 

(c) Hinton Muni Arpt 

(c) Hugo, Nash Muni Arpt 

Ketchum Craig Co South Grand Lake 

Arpt 

Miami Muni Arpt 

Okmulgee Rgnl Arpt 

(c) Skiatook 

Tahlequah Muni 

Abilene, Dyess AFB 

Amarillo, Buffalo Fid 

(c) Anahuac, Chambers Co Arpt 

(c) Beaumont Muni Arpt 

(c) Beeville 

| (c) Brookshire, Sport Flyers (Pvt) Arpt 
(c) Bryan, Coulter Fid 

(c) Caddo Mills 

Camp Bullts 

(c) Camp Swift, Blackwell Drop Zone.. 
Dumas, Moore Co Arpt 

Ennis Muni Arpt 

(c) Fentress Airpark 

(c) Gladewater Muni Arpt 

(c) Hitchcock, Johnnie Volk Fid 

(c) Killeen, Ft. Hood, 
| Antelope Drop Zone 

(c) Killeen, Ft. Hood, 
| Rapido Drop Zone 



DISTANCE AND RADIAL FROM MAXIMUM 

NEAREST VOR/VORTAC ALTITUDE 

27 NM; 322° Jackson 13,000 

OKLAHOMA 

23 NM; 212° Will Rogers 12,000 

7.8 NM; 070° Tulsa 11,000 

50 NM; 245°Tulsa 14,000 

22 NM; 247° Altus 12,500 AGL 

16 NM; 150° Will Rogers 17,000 

21 NM; 324° Wichita Falls 13,500 

37 NM; 277° Will Rogers 16,000 

52 NM; 155° McAlester 13,000 

34 NM; 230° Neosho 12,000 

21 NM; 126° Oswego 13,000 

4.3 NM; 241° Okmulgee 15,000 

15 NM; 310°Tulsa 13,000 

41 NM; 105° Tulsa 13,500 

TEXAS 

4 NM; 170° Abilene 3,300 

13.5 NM; 213° Panhandle 15,000 

14.5 NM; 013° Trinity 17,500 

12.5 NM; 297° Beaumont 15,000 AGL 

21 NM; 102° Three Rivers 12,500 

22 NM, 052° Eagle Lake 12,000 

8 NM; 026° College Station 13,500 

29 NM; 176° Bonham 15,000 

6.5 NM; 305° San Antonio 2,500 AGL 

15 NM; 119° Centex 1,500 AGL 

29 NM; 106° Dalhart 13,700 

24 NM; 285° Cedar Creek 12,000 

38.7 NM; 193° Centex 14,000 

14 NM; 295° Gregg Co 14,000 

8.5 NM; 302° Scholes 12,500 AGL 

14.5 NM; 087° Gooch Springs ... 13,000 AGL 

25 NM; 053° Gooch Springs 13,000 AGL 



REMARKS 

3 NM radius. 0900-SS weekends 
and holidays. 

1 NM radius. Daily SR-SS. 

2 NM radius. Weekends, and 
holidays, SR-SS. Occasional 
weekday and nightjumps. 

5 NM radius SR until 1 hour after 

SS daily. 

1 NM radius, Mon-Fri 0700-0200 

and occasional weekends. Heavy 

jet activity, IFR and VFR 

conditions. 

3 NM radius. Continuous. 

5 NM radius. SR-SS weekends 

and holidays; occasional 

weekdays. 

3 NM radius. Weekends SR-SS. 

3 NM radius. Daily SR-SS. 

1 NM radius. Daily 0530-2000. 
3 NM radius. SR-SS daily. 
3 NM radius. Sat, Sun and 

holidays SR-SS. 
5 NM radius. Daily SR-SS, 

occasional ngts. 
5 NM radius. Daily SR-SS. 



Daily SR-SS 
Daily SR-SS 
5 NM radius. Daily SR-SS. 

Occasional ngts. 
0800-1 hour past SS, occasional 

ngts. 
0900-SS weekends, holidays and 

occasional weekdays. 
3 NM radius. Daily 1500-0045. 
5 NM radius. Daily SR-SS, 

occasional ngts, occasional 

weekdays Wed-Fri. Houston 

Center 120.4 
Fri-Sun dalgt hrs, 0600-2100 

during summer. UNICOM 

122.8/Fort Worth Center 

132.02. 

2 NM radius. Continuous. 
Daily, occasional ngts. 

3 NM radius. SR-2359 weekends 
and holidays, 1700-2359 
weekdays. 

3 NM radius, Sat-Sun, Holidays 

5 NM radius. Weekends SS-SR. 
Occasional weekdays and ngt 
jumps. Austin-Bergstrom Intl 
Tower 119.0 

3 NM radius. 0700-2200 daily. 

1 NM radius 0800-SS daily. 

Continuous 

0.5 NM radius. Continuous. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



PARACHUTE JUMPING AREAS 



421 



LOCATION 
(c) Kingsville, Kleberg Co Arpt 

(c) Lexington Airfield (Pvt) Arpt 

(c) Midlake Arpt 

(c) Nome, Farm Air Service (Pvt) Arpt. 

(c) Port Isabel-Cameron Co Arpt 

(c) Rhome, Rhorne Meadows Arpt 

(c) Rosharon, B&B Airpark (Pvt) Arpt . 

(c) Salado Arpt 

Seagoville Arpt 

(c) Stanton Muni 

Stephenville, Clark Fid Muni 

Terrell Muni Arpt 

(c) Trenton, Tri-Co Aerodrome 



(c) Waller, Skydive Houston (Pvt) Arpt.. 



DISTANCE AND RADIAL FROM 
NEAREST VOR/VORTAC 

11.5 NM; 175° Alice 

30 NM; 238° College Station 

7 NM; 084° Stinson 

21 NM; 278° Beaumont 

15 NM; 357° Brownsville 

24 NM; 307° Ranger 

20 NM; 205° Hobby 

15.5 NM; 114° Gray 

30.3 NM; 115° Maverick 

21 NM; 051° Midland 

15.5 NM; 279° Glen Rose 

32 NM; 349° CedarCreek 

8.6 NM; 230° Bonham 

18.9 NM, 151° Navasota 



MAXIMUM 


ALTITUDE 


12,500 


15,500 


15,000 


13,500 


15,500 


11,500 


15,000 


15,000 AGL 


13,000 


14,500 


13,000 


13,500 


14,500 



REMARKS 
Weekdays, 1200-SS; Sat, Sun, 
holidays 0700-SS 

2 NM radius, Daily SR-Midnight. 
1 NM radius. Daily SR-SS and 

occasional ngts. 

3 NM radius. Sat, Sun and 
holidays, SR-SS. 

1 NM radius. Daily SR-SS. 
Houston Center 119.5 

2 NM radius. SR-SS Thu-Mon 

2 NM radius. 1200-0200 daily. 

5 NM radius. Continuous. 

SR-SS weekends and holidays and 

occasional days. 
5 NM radius. SR-SS weekends 

and holidays. 
5 NM radius. SR-SS weekends 

and holidays. Ft. Worth Center 

127.15 
2 NM radius. SR-SS weekends 

and holidays, occasional 

weekdays. 

2 NM radius. Daily 0800-2200. 
Hi-density jump area, pilots are 
advised to monitor UNICOM 
123.075. 

3 NM radius, continuous. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



422 



AERONAUTICAL CHART BULLETIN 



The purpose of this bulletin is to provide major changes in aeronautical information that have occurred since the last 
publication date of each Sectional Aeronautical, VFR Terminal Area, and Helicopter Route Charts listed. The general policy 
is to include only those changes to controlled airspace and special use airspace that present a hazardous condition or 
impose a restriction on the pilot, and major changes to airports and radio navigational facilities, thereby providing the VFR 
pilot with the essential data necessary to update and maintain chart currency. The data is grouped by type and then by 
effective date. When a new edition of the Aeronautical Chart is published, the corrective tabulation will be removed from 
this bulletin. Inasmuch as this Bulletin provides major changes only, pilots should consult the airport listing in this 
directory for all new information. Users of U.S. World Aeronautical Charts (WAC) and U.S. Gulf Coast VFR Aeronautical 
Charts should consult the appropriate Sectional and VFR Terminal Area Charts for revisions. 

Military Training Routes (MTRs) are shown on Sectional Aeronautical Charts, VFR Terminal Area, and Helicopter Route 
Charts. Only the route centerline, direction of flight and the route designator are shown — route widths and altitudes are 
not shown. Since these routes are subject to change every 56 days and the charts are reissued generally every 6 months, 
routes with a change in the alignment of the charted route centerline will be listed in this Aeronautical Chart Bulletin below. 
You are advised to contact the nearest FSS for route dimensions and current status for those routes affecting your flight. 

ALBUQUERQUE SECTIONAL 
84th Edition, 22 Oct 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRPORTS 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

BROWNSVILLE SECTIONAL 
84th Edition, 19 Nov 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRPORTS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 
17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AERONAUTICAL CHART BULLETIN 423 

CG-19 WORLD AERONAUTICAL CHART 
39th Edition, 4 Jun 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

2 Jul 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRPORTS 

2 Jul 2009 Add arpt elev 1071, lighting code *L, runway length 71 and unicorn at GLENDALE arpt, 

33°31'36"N, 112°17'42"W. 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

2 Jul 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

2 Jul 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

2 Jul 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

2 Jul 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

2 Jul 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



424 AERONAUTICAL CHART BULLETIN 

DALLAS-FT. WORTH HELICOPTER ROUTE CHART 
4th Edition, 16 Mar 2006 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

13 Apr 2006 No Major Changes. 

8 Jun 2006 Add obst 1049'MSL (318'AGL), 33°12'08"N, 96°48'14"W. 

3 Aug 2006 No Major Changes. 

28 Sep 2006 Add obst 975'MSL (470'AGL), 32°51'03"N, 96°35'30"W. 

23 Nov 2006 - 15 Mar 2007 No Major Changes. 

10 May 2007 Add obst 1046' MSL (470' AGL) UC, 33°07'51"N, 97°06'04"W. 

5 Jul 2007 Add obst 1059'MSL (319'AGL), 32°37'08"N, 97°12'20"W. 

30 Aug 2007 - 20 Nov 2008 No Major Changes. 

15 Jan 2009 Add obst 947'MSL (300'AGL)UC, 33°06'56"N, 96°44'23"W. 

12 Mar 2009 Add obst 1497'MSL (509'AGL)UC, 32°30'14"N, 97°31'48"W. 

7 May 2009 - 22 Oct 2009 No Major Changes. 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 1297'MSL (320'AGL)UC, 33°07'42"N, 97°29'43"W. 

AIRPORTS 

13 Apr 2006 - 8 Jun 2006 No Major Changes. 

3 Aug 2006 Delete TURBOMECA heliport, 32°41'54"N, 97°02'59"W. 
Delete TRIPLE S arpt, 32°40'30"N, 97°34'54"W. 
28 Sep 2006 Delete CARROLL arpt 32°33'25"N, 96°51'56"W. 
23 Nov 2006 No Major Changes. 

18 Jan 2007 Add Arlington ATCT 128.625, 32°39'49"N, 97°05'39"W. 
15 Mar 2007 Delete Craig Airport, 32°55'00"N, 97°11'01"W. 

10 May 2007 No Major Changes. 

5 Jul 2007 Change Dallas Executive ATCT frequencies from 120.3 to 127.25, and from 257.8 to 335.6. 

Add CTAFfreq. 122.9 at PROPWASH arpt., 33°04'50"N, 97°21'32"W. 

Change CTAF freq. 123.075 to 128.625 at ARLINGTON MUNI arpt, 32°39'49"N, 97°05'39"W. 

30 Aug 2007 Delete ALPINE RANGE arpt, 32°36'27"N, 97°14'31"W. 

Delete BOE-WRINKLE arpt, 32°54'17"N, 97°35'42"W. 

Delete CARROLL LAKE-VIEW arpt, 32°27'45"N, 97°06'51'W. 

Delete CIRCLE C arpt, 32°53'45"N, 97°17'16"W. 

Delete EISENBECK arpt, 32°29'08"N, 96°35'20"W. 

Delete FLYING CAP VALLEY arpt, 32°56'11"N, 97°08'07"W. 

Delete INTERNATIONAL arpt, 32°56'55"N, 97°19'44"W. 

Delete MARKUM arpt, 32°41'42"N, 97°30'42"W. 

Delete MILLER arpt, 32°34'30"N, 97°05'13"W. 

Delete RED ACE arpt, 33°14'30"N, 97°37'16"W. 

25 Oct 2007 Change CTAF freq. 120.3 to 127.25 at DALLAS EXECUTIVE arpt, 32°40'51"N, 96°52'05"W. 

Add CTAF 122.9 at Heritage Creek arpt, 33°10'7"N, 97°29'3"W. 

20 Dec 2007 - 2 Jul 2009 No Major Changes. 

27 Aug 2009 Delete SAGINAW arpt, 32°51'45"N, 97°22'41'W. 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

13 Apr 2006 No Major Changes. 

8 Jun 2006 Add LANCASTER NDB, freq. 239, ident (LNC), 32°34'39"N, 96°43'17"W. 
3 Aug 2006 - 5 Jul 2007 No Major Changes. 

30 Aug 2007 Delete REDBIRD NDB, 32°40'36"N, 96°52'15"W. 
25 Oct 2007 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

13 Apr 2006 - 27 Aug 2009 No Major Changes. 

22 Oct 2009 Add FORT WORTH SPINKS, TX. Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface up 
to but not including 3,000 feet MSL within a 4.1-mile radius of Fort Worth Spinks Airport, and within 1 
mile each side of the 173° bearing from the airport extending from the 4.1-mile radius to 4.8 miles south 
of the airport. This Class D airspace area is effective during the specific dates and times established in 
advance by a Notice to Airmen. The effective dates and times will thereafter be continuously published in 
the Airport/Facility Directory. 

17 Dec 2009 Add ARLINGTON, TX Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface, to but not 
including 2,000 feet MSL within a 4-mile radius of Arlington Municipal Airport, excluding the portion east 
of a line between 32°43'48"N, 97°05'06"W, and 32°38'10"N, 97°3'26"W, and 32°36'16"N, 97°03'31"W, 
and excluding that airspace within the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, Class B airspace area. This Class D 
airspace area is effective during the specific dates and times established in advance by a Notice to 
Airmen. The effective dates and times will thereafter be continuously published in the Airport/Facility 
Directory. 

Add GRAND PRAIRIE, TX Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface, to but not including 
2,000 feet MSL within a 3.8-mile radius of Grand Prairie Municipal Airport, excluding the portion west of a 
line between 32°45'00"N, 97°05'28"W, and 32°38'10"N, 97°03'26"W, and excluding that portion north 
of a line between 32°45'00"N, 97°05'28"W, and 32°45'00"N, 97°00'10"W, and excluding that airspace 
within the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Class B airspace area. This Class D airspace area is effective during the 
specific dates and times established in advance by a Notice to Airmen. The effective dates and times will 
thereafter be continuously published in the Airport/Facility Directory. 

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SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

13 Apr 2006 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

13 Apr 2006 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

13 Apr 2006 Change MEF l 4 to l 5 in quadrant 33°15'-33°30'N, 96°15'-96°30'W. 

6 Jun 2006 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

DALLAS-FT. WORTH SECTIONAL 
83rd Edition, 24 Sep 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

22 Oct 2009 Add obst 929'MSL (213'AGL), 33°56'44"N, 96°41'31"W. 

Add obst 2223'MSL (388'AGL)UC, 34°49'50"N, 98°30'07"W. 

Add obst 1364'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 34°21'46"N, 98°08'08"W. 

Add obst 1325'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 34°17'30"N, 97°25'25"W. 

Add obst 1302'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 34°17'11"N, 97°57'52"W. 

Add obst 2423'MSL (263'AGL)UC, 32°06'09"N, 100°02'59"W. 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 1261'MSL (410'AGL)UC, 34°51'25"N, 96°25'46'W. 

Add obst 1736'MSL (313'AGL)UC, 35°04'50"N, 98°53'02"W. 

Add obst 1328'MSL (304'AGL)UC, 35°07'05"N, 96°55'38"W. 

Add obst 3259'MSL (332'AGL)UC, 35°50'46"N, 100°56'41"W. 

Add obst 2196'MSL (385'AGL)UC, 34°31'56"N, 100°25'00"W. 

Add obst 2294'MSL (300'AGL)UC, 32°07'41"N, 99°50'54"W. 

Add obst 1354'MSL (320'AGL)UC, 33°09'07"N, 97°57'24"W. 

Add obst 1012'MSL (360'AGL)UC, 35°49'17"N, 95°14'04"W. 

Add obst 1418'MSL (310'AGL)UC, 34°52'59"N, 97°06'28"W. 

Add obst 1553'MSL (349'AGL)UC, 35°06'58"N, 97°29'58"W. 

Add obst 807'MSL (280'AGL)UC, 33°04'12"N, 96°30'10"W. 

Add obst 1174'MSL (305'AGL)UC, 36°05'01"N, 96°35'42"W. 

Add obst 1314'MSL (305'AGL)UC, 35°54'08"N, 96°34'52"W. 

Add obst 1444'MSL (349'AGL)UC, 34°27'50"N, 97°24'22"W. 

Add obst 1365'MSL (349'AGL)UC, 34°16'30"N, 98°07'23"W. 

Add obst 1297'MSL (320'AGL)UC, 33°07'42"N, 97°29'43"W. 

Add obst 2898'MSL (415'AGL)UC, 35°30'50"N, 99°53'29"W. 

Add obst 2876'MSL (415'AGL)UC, 35°31'58"N, 99°57'18"W. 

Add obst 2838'MSL (415'AGL)UC, 35°28'54"N, 99°54'35"W. 

Add obst 2203'MSL (388'AGL)UC, 34°49'41"N, 98°29'45"W. 

Add obst 1386'MSL (276'AGL), 36°13'06"N, 97°09'45"W. 

AIRPORTS 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 Add FLOYDADA, TX. Class E: That airspace extending upward from 700 feet above the 
surface within a 6.4-mile radius of Floydada Municipal Airport. 

Add FORT WORTH SPINKS, TX. Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface up to but not 
including 3,000 feet MSL within a 4.1-mile radius of Fort Worth Spinks Airport, and within 1 mile each 
side of the 173° bearing from the airport extending from the 4.1-mile radius to 4.8 miles south of the 
airport. This Class D airspace area is effective during the specific dates and times established in 
advance by a Notice to Airmen. The effective dates and times will thereafter be continuously published in 
the Airport/Facility Directory. Revise ADA, OK. Class E: That airspace extending upward from 700 feet 
above the surface within a 6.5-mile radius of Ada Municipal Airport, and within 4 miles each side of the 
000° bearing from the airport extending from the 6.5-mile radius to 10.3 miles north of the airport, and 
within 4 miles each side of the 180° bearing from the airport extending from the 6.5-mile radius to 10.9 
miles south of the airport, and within 1.6 miles each side of the 354° radial of the Ada VOR extending 
from the 6.5-mile radius to 11 miles northeast of the airport. 

17 Dec 2009 Add MIDLOTHIAN-WAXAHACHIE, TX Class E: That airspace extending upward from 700 feet 
above the surface within a 6.5-mile radius of Mid-Way Regional Airport and within 1.8 miles each side of 
the 184° bearing from the airport extending from the 6.5-mile radius to 9.8 miles south of the airport. 
Add ARLINGTON, TX Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface, to but not including 2,000 
feet MSL within a 4-mile radius of Arlington Municipal Airport, excluding the portion east of a line between 
32°43'48"N, 97°05'06"W, and 32°38'10"N, 97°3'26"W, and 32°36'16"N, 97°03'31"W, and excluding 
that airspace within the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, Class B airspace area. This Class D airspace area is 
effective during the specific dates and times established in advance by a Notice to Airmen. The effective 
dates and times will thereafter be continuously published in the Airport/Facility Directory. 

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Add GRAND PRAIRIE, TX Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface, to but not including 
2,000 feet MSL within a 3.8-mile radius of Grand Prairie Municipal Airport, excluding the portion west of a 
line between 32°45'00"N, 97°05'28"W, and 32°38'10"N, 97°03'26"W, and excluding that portion north 
of a line between 32°45'00"N, 97°05'28"W, and 32°45'00"N, 97°00'10"W, and excluding that airspace 
within the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Class B airspace area. This Class D airspace area is effective during the 
specific dates and times established in advance by a Notice to Airmen. The effective dates and times will 
thereafter be continuously published in the Airport/Facility Directory. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

17 Dec 2009 Change MEF 2 3 to 2 4 in quadrant 34 o 30'-35 o 00'N,98 o 00'-98°30'W. 

Change MEF 2 9 to 3° in quadrant 35°00'-35°30'N,99°30'-100°00'W. 

DALLAS FT. WORTH TERMINAL AREA CHART 
74th Edition, 24 Sep 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

22 Oct 2009 No Major Changes. 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 1354'MSL (320'AGL)UC, 33°09'07"N, 97°57'24"W. 

Add obst 1297'MSL (320'AGL)UC, 33°07'42"N, 97°29'43"W. 

AIRPORTS 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 Add FORT WORTH SPINKS, TX. Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface up 
to but not including 3,000 feet MSL within a 4.1-mile radius of Fort Worth Spinks Airport, and within 1 
mile each side of the 173° bearing from the airport extending from the 4.1-mile radius to 4.8 miles south 
of the airport. This Class D airspace area is effective during the specific dates and times established in 
advance by a Notice to Airmen. The effective dates and times will thereafter be continuously published in 
the Airport/Facility Directory. 

17 Dec 2009 Add MIDLOTHIAN-WAXAHACHIE, TX Class E: That airspace extending upward from 700 feet 
above the surface within a 6.5-mile radius of Mid-Way Regional Airport and within 1.8 miles each side of 
the 184° bearing from the airport extending from the 6.5-mile radius to 9.8 miles south of the airport. 
Add ARLINGTON, TX Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface, to but not including 2,000 
feet MSL within a 4-mile radius of Arlington Municipal Airport, excluding the portion east of a line between 
32°43'48"N, 97°05'06"W, and 32°38'10"N, 97°3'26"W, and 32°36'16"N, 97°03'31"W, and excluding 
that airspace within the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, Class B airspace area. This Class D airspace area is 
effective during the specific dates and times established in advance by a Notice to Airmen. The effective 
dates and times will thereafter be continuously published in the Airport/Facility Directory. 
Add GRAND PRAIRIE, TX Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface, to but not including 
2,000 feet MSL within a 3.8-mile radius of Grand Prairie Municipal Airport, excluding the portion west of a 
line between 32°45'00"N, 97°05'28"W, and 32°38'10"N, 97°03'26"W, and excluding that portion north 
of a line between 32°45'00"N, 97°05'28"W, and 32°45'00"N, 97°00'10"W, and excluding that airspace 
within the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Class B airspace area. This Class D airspace area is effective during the 
specific dates and times established in advance by a Notice to Airmen. The effective dates and times will 
thereafter be continuously published in the Airport/Facility Directory. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



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EL PASO SECTIONAL 
83rd Edition, 30 Jul 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

27 Aug 2009 No Major Changes. 

22 Oct 2009 Add obst 4390'MSL (310'AGL)UC, 32°04'52"N, 106°16'32"W. 

Add obst 5015'MSL (250'AGL)UC, 30°23'40"N, 102°50'44"W. 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRPORTS 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

HOUSTON HELICOPTER ROUTE CHART 
6th Edition, 13 Mar 2008 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

10 Apr 2008 Add obst 630'MSL (542'AGL) UC, 29°46'57"N, 95°32'44"W. 

Add obst 454'MSL (307'AGL), 30°01'10"N, 95°35'57"W. 

5 Jun 2008 - 20 Nov 2008 No Major Changes. 

15 Jan 2009 Add obst 575'MSL (500'AGL), 29°50'37"N, 95°24'30"W. 

12 Mar 2009 No Major Changes. 

7 May 2009 Add obst 405'MSL (387'AGL)UC, 29°34'00"N, 95°03'45"W. 

2 Jul 2009 No Major Changes. 

27 Aug 2009 Add obst 341'MSL (309'AGL), 29°22'30"N, 95°15'857"W. 

22 Oct 2009 Add obst 2013'MSL (2000'AGL)UC, 29°18'01"N, 95°06'40"W. 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRPORTS 

10 Apr 2008 Delete TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER heliport, 29°42'26"N, 95°23'33"W. 

5 Jun 2008 No Major Changes. 

31 Jul 2008 Change CTAF 122.8 to 122.9 at FLYIN' B arpt, 29°32'15"N, 95°25'25"W. 

25 Sep 2008 - 7 May 2009 No Major Changes. 

2 Jul 2009 Delete SKYHAVEN arpt, 29°50'00"N, 95°08'54"W. 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

10 Apr 2008 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

10 Apr 2008 - 7 May 2009 No Major Changes. 

2 Jul 2009 Add CONROE, TX. Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface to and including 

2,700 feet MSL within a 4.1-mile radius of Lone Star Executive Airport, excluding that airspace within the 

4.1-mile radius northeast of the intersection of the IAH VORTAC 356° radial and the TNV VORTAC 081° 

radial. This Class D airspace area is effective during the specific dates and times established in advance 

by a Notice to Airmen. The effective date and time will thereafter be continuously published in the 

Airport/Facility Directory. 

Add CONROE, TX. Class E: That airspace extending upward from the surface to and including 2,700 feet 

MSL within a 4.1-mile radius of Lone Star Executive Airport, excluding that airspace within the 4.1-mile 

radius northeast of the intersection of the IAH VORTAC 356° radial and the TNV VORTAC 081° radial. This 

Class E airspace area is effective during the specific dates and times established in advance by a Notice 

to Airmen. The effective date and time will thereafter be continuously published in the Airport/Facility 

Directory. 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

10 Apr 2008 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

10 Apr 2008 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

10 Apr 2008 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



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HOUSTON SECTIONAL 
84th Edition, 24 Sep 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

22 Oct 2009 Add obst 798'MSL (420'AGL) UC, 32°05'24"N, 90°39'59"W. 

Add obst 315'MSL (310'AGL) UC, 29°50'32"N, 92°10'33"W. 

Add obst 2013'MSL (2000'AGL) UC, 29°18'01"N, 95°06'40"W. 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 470'MSL (310'AGL)UC, 31°14'44"N, 91°19'10"W. 

Add obst 256'MSL (233'AGL)UC, 30°25'47"N, 90°43'02"W. 

Add obst 699'MSL (320'AGL)UC, 31°29'46"N, 91°14'16"W. 

Add obst 680'MSL (309'AGL)UC, 30°49'50"N, 96°32'02"W. 

Add obst 800'MSL (279'AGL)UC, 31°25'52"N, 96°29'45"W. 

Add obst 250'MSL (231'AGL)UC, 30°26'08"N, 90°38'21"W. 

Add obst 286'MSL (255'AGL)UC, 30°36'44"N, 91°57'29"W. 

Add obst 367'MSL (335'AGL)UC, 30°26'46"N, 92°58'12"W. 

AIRPORTS 

22 Oct 2009 Change RP 5W to RP 23W at PINEVILLE MUNI arpt, 31°20'31"N, 92°26'36'W. 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

22 Oct 2009 No Major Changes. 

17 Dec 2009 Delete WINNFIELD NDB, 31°57'46"N, 92°39'25"W. 

AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

HOUSTON TERMINAL AREA CHART 
72nd Edition, 24 Sep 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

22 Oct 2009 Add obst 2013'MSL (2000'AGL)UC, 29°18'01"N, 95°06'40"W. 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRPORTS 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



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IFR GULF OF MEXICO CENTRAL 
1st Edition, 17 Dec 2009 



OBSTRUCTIONS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRPORTS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes, 

NAVAIDs 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 
17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



IFR GULF OF MEXICO WEST 
1st Edition, 17 Dec 2009 



OBSTRUCTIONS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRPORTS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 
17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



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KANSAS CITY SECTIONAL 
83rd Edition, 19 Nov 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 1174'MSL (305'AGL)UC, 36°05'01"N, 96°35'42"W. 

Change to group obst 1178'MSL (335'AGL)UC, 37°01'30"N, 94°45'08"W. 

Add obst 1460'MSL (280'AGL), 36°32'20"N, 93°34'31"W. 

Add obst 1624'MSL (339'AGL)UC, 36°02'15"N, 93°55'05'W. 

Add obst 1591'MSL (315'AGL)UC, 36°53'31"N, 93°34'44'W. 

Add obst 1230'MSL (320'AGL)UC, 40°11'57"N, 95°02'00'W. 

AIRPORTS 

17 Dec 2009 Delete TERAMIRANDA arpt, 36°36'30"N, 94°52'21"W. 

NAVAIDS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 Revise TOPEKA, KS Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface to and 
including 3,600 feet MSL within a 4.9-mile radius of Forbes Field Airport, and within 2.2 miles each side 
of the RIPLY LOM 317° bearing extending from the 4.9-mile radius to 5.3 miles northwest of the airport 
and within 1.8 miles each side of the Forbes Field Airport ILS Localizer southeast course extending from 
the 4.9-mile radius to 0.9 miles southeast of the RIPLY LOM. This Class D airspace area is effective 
during the specific dates and times established in advance by a Notice to Airmen. The effective dates and 
times will thereafter be continuously published in the Airport/Facility Directory. 

Revise TOPEKA, KS Class E: That airspace within a 4.9-mile radius of Forbes Field Airport, and within 2.2 
miles each side of the RIPLY LOM 317° bearing extending from the 4.9-mile radius to 5.3 miles northwest 
of the airport and within 1.8 miles each side of the Forbes Field Airport ILS Localizer southeast course 
extending from the 4.9-mile radius to 0.9 miles southeast of the RIPLY LOM. That airspace extending 
upward from 700 feet above the surface within a 7.4-mile radius of Forbes Field Airport, and within 3.1 
miles each side of the Forbes Field Airport ILS localizer course extending from the 7.4-mile radius to 13 
miles southeast of the airport, and within 3.5 miles each side of the Forbes Field Airport ILS localizer 
course extending from the 7.4-mile radius to 13 miles northwest of the airport. 

Revise ST. LOUIS, MO Class E: that airspace extending upward from 700 feet above the surface within a 
7.1-mile radius of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, and within 4 miles southeast and 7 miles 
northwest of the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport Runway 24 ILS localizer course extending from 
the airport to 10.5 miles northeast of the ZUMAY LOM, and within 4 miles southwest and 7.9 miles 
northeast of the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport Runway 12R ILS localizer course extending from 
the airport to 10.5 miles northwest of the OBLIO LOM, and within 4 miles southwest and 7.9 miles 
northeast of the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport Runway 30L ILS localizer course extending from 
the airport to 8.7 miles southeast of the airport, and within a 6.8-mile radius of Spirit of St. Louis 
Airport, and within 3.9 miles each side of the 258° bearing from Spirit of St. Louis Airport extending from 
the 6.8-mile radius of Spirit of St. Louis Airport to 10.6 miles west of the airport, and within 2.6 miles 
each side of the 098° radial of the Foristell VORTAC extending from the 6.8-mile radius of Spirit of St. 
Louis Airport to 8.3 miles west of the airport, and within a 6.4-mile radius of St. Charles County Smartt 
Airport, and within a 6.9-mile radius of St. Louis Regional Airport, and within 4 miles each side of the 
014° bearing from the Civic Memorial NDB extending from the 6.9-mile radius of St. Louis Regional 
Airport to 7 miles north of the airport, and within 4.4 miles each side of the 190° radial of the St. Louis 
VORTAC extending from 2 miles south of the VORTAC to 22.1 miles south of the VORTAC. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 
17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



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MEMPHIS SECTIONAL 
83rd Edition, 24 Sep 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

22 Oct 2009 Add obst 505'MSL (328'AGL), 34°21'56"N, 90°38'14"W. 

Add obst 798'MSL (420'AGL)UC, 32°05'24"N, 90°39'59"W. 

Add obst 979'MSL (499'AGL)UC, 34°13'53"N, 93°16'47"W. 

Add obst 495'MSL (330'AGL)UC, 33°39'16"N, 92°40'34"W. 

Add obst 945'MSL (645'AGL)UC, 33°38'59"N, 93°48'43"W. 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 779'MSL (311'AGL)UC, 32°52'06"N, 89°10'13"W. 

Add obst 558'MSL (311'AGL)UC, 32°45'06"N, 90°08'26"W. 

Add obst 1465'MSL (304'AGL)UC, 36°05'39"N, 93°07'56"W. 

Add obst 711'MSL (305'AGL)UC, 35°12'53"N, 92°27'30"W. 

Add obst 820'MSL (311'AGL)UC, 32°58'38"N, 89°22'06"W. 

Add obst 852'MSL (499'AGL)UC, 32°08'05"N, 90°03'41"W. 

Add obst 826'MSL (256'AGL)UC, 32°54'53"N, 89°15'18"W. 

Add obst 788'MSL (260'AGL)UC, 35°28'15"N, 88°31'00"W. 

Change obst from 693'MSL (331'AGL)to 753'MSL (391'AGL), 32°28'00"N, 94°23'59"W. 

Add obst 1624'MSL (339'AGL)UC, 36°02'15"N, 93°55'05"W. 

Add obst 724'MSL (475'AGL)UC, 35°39'50"N, 89°56'44"W. 

AIRPORTS 

22 Oct 2009 Add RP 35 to TUNICA MUNI arpt, 34°41'06"N, 90°20'52"W. 

17 Dec 2009 FULTON ITAWAMBA CO arpt abandoned, 34°21'07"N, 88°22'38"W. 

Delete abandoned arpt symbol, 33°54'17"N, 94°50'43"W. 

Delete abandoned arpt symbol, 33°07'46"N, 94°58'32"W. 

NAVAIDs 

22 Oct 2009 Shutdown PINHOOK NDB, 35°15'14"N, 88°12'15"W. 

Change bearing 294° to 293° from HAMILTON VORTAC(HAB) 34°11'42"N, 88°00'45"W. 

17 Dec 2009 Shutdown CLARKSDALE NDB, 34°17'35"N, 90°30'56"W. 

AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

22 Oct 2009 Change MEF 1° to l 1 in quadrant 33°30'00"-34°00'00"N, 93°30'00"-94°00'00"W. 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MEMPHIS TERMINAL AREA CHART 
41st Edition, 24 Sep 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

22 Oct 2009 No Major Changes. 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 724'MSL (475'AGL)UC, 35°39'50"N, 89°56'44"W. 

AIRPORTS 

22 Oct 2009 Add RP 35 to TUNICA MUNI arpt, 34°41'06"N, 90°20'52"W. 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



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432 AERONAUTICAL CHART BULLETIN 

NEW ORLEANS SECTIONAL 
85th Edition, 19 Nov 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 250' MSL (231' AGL), 30°26'08"N, 90°38'21"W. 

Add obst 852' MSL (499' AGL), 32°08'05"N, 90°03'41"W. 

Change obst from 544' MSL (310' AGL) to 644' MSL (410' AGL), 31°52'32"N, 90°10'15"W. 

Add obst 651' MSL (470' AGL), 31°44'31"N, 88°32'22"W. 

AIRPORTS 

17 Dec 2009 Delete WOLF RIVER ARPT, 30°54'52"N, 89°26'40"W. 

NAVAIDs 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 
17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NEW ORLEANS TERMINAL AREA CHART 
70th Edition, 19 Nov 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 250' MSL (231' AGL), 30°26'08"N, 90°38'21"W. 

AIRPORTS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 
17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



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ST. LOUIS SECTIONAL 
81st Edition, 17 Dec 2009 



OBSTRUCTIONS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRPORTS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes, 

NAVAIDS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 
17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



SAN ANTONIO SECTIONAL 
84th Edition, 19 Nov 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 916'MSL (485'AGL)UC, 29°25'02"N, 97°42'11"W. 

Add obst 680'MSL (309'AGL)UC, 30°49'50"N, 96°32'02"W. 

Add obst 800'MSL (279'AGL)UC, 31°25'52"N, 96°29'45"W. 

AIRPORTS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

17 Dec 2009 Change name and ident of LAMPASAS (LZZ) VORTAC to GOOCH SPRINGS (AGJ), 

31°11'08"N, 98°08'31"W. 

Raise all outbound bearings from LAMPASAS VORTAC by 3 degrees, 31°11'08"N, 98°08'31"W. 

AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 
17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MISCELLANEOUS 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



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434 AERONAUTICAL CHART BULLETIN 

WICHITA SECTIONAL 
83rd Edition, 39 Jul 2009 

OBSTRUCTIONS 

27 Aug 2009 Add obst 2930'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 39°50'12"N, 100°10'48"W. 

Add obst 1665'MSL (310'AGL)UC, 37°57'55"N, 97°09'08'W. 

Add obst 2636'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 39°49'30"N, 99°35'27'W. 

22 Oct 2009 Add obst 1641'MSL (238'AGL), 37°59'00"N, 96°52'21"W. 

Add obst 1782'MSL (260'AGL), 37°56'06"N, 97°51'53"W. 

Add obst 1604'MSL (314'AGL), 37°30'30"N, 97°11'19"W. 

Add obst 2978'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 36°19'02"N, 100°15'34"W. 

Add obst 3298'MSL (315'AGL)UC, 38°55'12"N, 101°11'02"W. 

Add obst 1588'MSL (320'AGL)UC, 37°29'57"N, 97°30'51"W. 

17 Dec 2009 Add obst 4645'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 38°49'03"N, 102°22'02"W. 

Add obst 4549'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 39°03'34"N, 102°15'35"W. 

Add obst 5259'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 37°22'54"N, 102°54'22"W. 

Add obst 4300'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 37°22'52"N, 102°17'06"W. 

Add obst 1620'MSL (310'AGL), 39°40'47"N, 96°45'01"W. 

Add obst 1737'MSL (260'AGL), 37°53'35"N, 97°46'18"W. 

Add obst 1947'MSL (310'AGL), 38°40'41"N, 97°58'53"W. 

Add obst 1694'MSL (349'AGL)UC, 36°24'21"N, 98°21'05"W. 

Add obst 2684'MSL (415'AGL)UC, 36°20'21"N, 99°32'08"W. 

Add obst 2406'MSL (315'AGL)UC, 37°57'52"N, 99°06'48"W. 

Add obst 3840'MSL (262'AGL)UC, 37°52'52"N, 102°00'15"W. 

Add obst 3715'MSL (350'AGL)UC, 39°46'58"N, 101°22'34"W. 

Add obst 1512'MSL (349'AGL)UC, 36°52'05"N, 97°36'27"W. 

Add obst 2553'MSL (320'AGL)UC, 40°08'35"N, 99°49'29"W. 

AIRPORTS 

27 Aug 2009 No Major Changes. 

22 Oct 2009 Change CTAF/UNICOM freq to 123,075 at STEARMAN arpt, 37°46'30"N, 97°06'47"W. 

17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

NAVAIDs 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

AIRSPACE 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

SPECIAL USE AIRSPACE 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 

MILITARY TRAINING ROUTES 

27 Aug 2009 IR-526 Revised 

IR-513 Revised 

IR-504 Revised 

22 Oct 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes 

MISCELLANEOUS 

27 Aug 2009 - 17 Dec 2009 No Major Changes. 



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Contained within this tabulation, and listed alphabetically by airport name, are all private-use airports charted on the U.S. 
IFR Enroute Low and High Altitude charts in the United States, having terminal approach and departure control facilities. 
Additionally, listed by country, are all Canadian and Mexican airports that appear on the U.S. IFR Enroute charts with 
approach and departure control services. All frequencies transmit and receive unless otherwise noted. Radials defining 
sectors are outbound from the facility. 

UNITED STATES 



FACILITY NAME 


CHART 8 PANEL 


Frankfort, IL (LL40) 

Chicago App/Dep Con 133.1 285.6 


L-28H 


Glasgow Industrial, MT (07MT) 

Salt Lake Center App/Dep Con 126.85 305.2 


H-1E, 2F, L-13D 


USAF Academy Bullseye Aux Airstrip, CO (CO90) 
ASOS 118.325 


L-10F 


West Kentucky Airpark, KY (5KY3) 

Memphis Center App/Dep Con 133.65 292.15 


L-161 


William P Gwinn, FL (06FA) 

Gwinn Tower 120.4 279.25 (Mon-Fri 1300-2100Zt-) 
Gnd Con 121.65 279.25 


H-81, L-23C 


CANADA 

FACILITY NAME 


CHART & PANEL 



Abbotsford, BC (CYXX) H-1B, L-12F 

AT1S 119.8 (1500-0700Z:L-) 

Victoria Trml App/Dep Con 132.7 (Avbl on ground) 290.8 
Tower 119.4 (Inner) 121.0 (Outer) 295.0 (1500-0700Z4:) Gnd Con 121.8 
MF 119.4 295.0 (0700-1500ZT-) (Shape irregular to 4500') 



Amos/Magny, OC (CYEY) 


H-11B 


Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.9 




Atikokan Muni, ON (CYIB) 


L-141 


MF 122.3 (5 NM to 4500' No ground station) 




Barrie— Orillia (Lake Simcoe Rgnl), ON (CYLS) 


H-11B, L-31D 


AWOS 122.55 (Pvt) 




Toronto Center App/Dep Con 124.025 




Bar River. ON (CPF2) 


L-31C 


Toronto Center App/Dep Con 132.65 




Bathurst, NB (CZBF) 


L-32J 


Moncton Center App/Dep Con 134.25 





Boundary Bay, BC (CZBB) H-1B, L-1E 

ATIS 125.5 (1500-0700Z:L-) 
Vancouver App/Dep Con 132.3 363.8 

Tower 118.1 (Inner) 127.6 (Outer) (1500-0700Z:t) Gnd Con 124.3 
MF 118.1 (0700-1500Z:t to 2000'. Vancouver Trml 125.2 above 2000'. Shape 
irregular to 2500'.) 



Brampton, ON (CNC3) 

Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 119.3 253.1 


L-31D 


Brandon Muni, MB (CYBR) 

Winnipeg Center App/Dep Con 132.25 285.4 
MF 122.1 (5 NM to 4000') 


H-2H 


Branttord, ON (CYFD) 

Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 128.27 


L-31D 


Brockville-Thousand Islands Rgnl Tackaberry, ON (CNL3) 
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 134.675 


L-32G 


Bromont, QC (CZBM) 

Montreal Center App/Dep Con 132.35 MF 122.15 (5 NM to 3400') 


L-32G 


Burlington Airpark, ON (CZBA) 

Toronto Center App/Dep Con 119.3 253.1 


L-31D 


Castlegar, BC (CYCG) 

Vancouver Center App/Dep Con 134.2 227.3 
MF 122.1 (5 NM to 6500') 


H-1C 


Centralia/James T. Fid Muni, ON (CYCE) 
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 135.30 


H-10G, 11B, L-31D 


Charlottetown, PE (CYYG) 

Moncton Center App/Dep Con 135.65 384.8 MF 118.0 (5 NM to 3200') 


H-11E, L-32J 


Chatham-Kent, ON (CNZ3) 

Cleveland Center App/Dep Con 132.25 


H-10G, L-30G 



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FACILITY NAME 


CHART & PANEL 


Collingwoad, ON (CNY3) 

Toronto Center App/Dep Con 124.02 


H-11B, L-31D 


Cornwall Rgnl, ON (CYCC) 

Boston Center App/Dep Con 135.25 377.1 


L-32G 


Cranbrook/Canadian Rockies Intl. BC (CYXC) 

Vancouver Center App/Dep Con 133.6 MF 122.3 {5 NM to 6100') 


H-1C 


Debert, NS (CCQ3) 

Halifax Trml App/Dep Con 119.2 


H-11E, L-32J 


Digby, NS (CYID) 

Moncton Center App/Dep Con 123.9 


L-32J 



Downsview, ON (CYZD) H-11B, L-31E 

Toronto Center App Con 133.4 
Toronto Center Dep Con 133.4 
MF 126.2 (1300-2300ZI, 3 NM to 1700') 



Drummondville, QC (CSC3) 


L-32H 


Montreal Center App/Dep Con 132.35 




Earlton (Timiskaming Rgnl), ON (CYXR) 


H-11B 


MF 122.0 (5 NM to 3800') 




AWOS 128.6 




Elliot Lake Muni, ON (CYEL) 


L-31C 


Toronto Center App/Dep Con 135.4 




Fort Frances Muni, ON (CYAG) 


L-14H 


Minneapolis Center App/Dep Con 120.9 





Fredericton Intl. NB (CYFC) H-11E, L-321 

ATIS 127.55 

Moncton Center App/Dep Con 124.3 135.5 270.8 

Tower 119.0 (1200-2000Z, DT 1100-1900Z) Gnd Con 121.7 (Ltd hrs) 

MF 119.0 (2000-1200Z, DT 1900-1100Z 5 NM to 3500') 

Goderich, ON (CYGD) H-11B, L-31D 

Toronto Center App/Dep 135.3 266.3 
Greenwood, NS (CYZX) H-11E, L-32J 

ATIS 128.85 244.3 (1100-0000Z:t-) 

App/Dep Con 120.6 335.9 Tower 119.5 126.2 236.6 324.3 

Gnd Con 133.75 289.4 Cine Del 128.05 283.9 

Grimsby Air Park, ON (CNZ8) L-31E 

Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 128.27 268.75 Tower 125.0 308.475 
Halifax/Shearwater, NS (CYAW) H-11E, L-32J 

ATIS 129.175 (Ltd hrs) 

App/Dep Con 119.2 Tower 119.0 126.2 340.2 360.2 (Ltd hrs) 

Gnd Con 121.7 250.1 

Halifax/Stanfield Intl, NS (CYHZ) H-11E, L-32J 

ATIS 121.0 

Moncton Center App/Dep Con 118.7 119.2 128.55 135.3 225.2 363.8 

Tower 118.4 236.6 Gnd Con 121.9 275.8 Cine Del 123.95 

Apron Advisory 122.125 

Hamilton, ON (CYHM) H-10H, 11B, L-11B 

ATIS 128.1 

Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 128.27 268.75 Tower 119.7 125.0 

Gnd Con 121.6 

Kingston, ON (CYGK) H-11C, L-31E, 32F 

Montreal Center App/Dep Con 135.05 398.4 (0400-1115Z$) 

MF 122.5 (1115-0400ZJ: 5 NM to 3300') 

Kitchener/Waterloo, ON (CYKF) H-11B, L-31D 

ATIS 125.1 (1200-0400Z4:) 

Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 128.275 

Waterloo Tower 126.0 118.55 (1200-0400Z4:) Gnd Con 121.8 

MF 126.0 (0400-1200ZJ: 5 NM to 4000') 

Lachute, OC (CSE4) L-32G 

Montreal Center App Con 124.65 132.85 268.3 

Montreal Center Dep Con 132.85 268.3 



La Tuque, OC (CYLQ) 

Montreal Center App/Dep Con 134.5 



Langley, BC (CYNJ) 

ATIS 124.5 (1630-0230Z, DT 1530-0330Z) 

Victoria Trml 132.7 290.8 Tower 119.0 (1630-0230Z, DT 1530-0330Z) 

Gnd Con 121.9 MF 119.0 (0230-1630Z, DT 0330-1530Z 3 NM to 1900') 



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FACILITY NAME 


CHART & PANEL 


Leamington, ON (CLM2) 


L-30F 


Cleveland Center App/Dep Con 132.45 




Lethbridge, AB (CYQL) 


H-1D 


ATIS 124.4 (1300-0545Z:t) 




Edmonton Center App/Dep Con 132.75 265.2 MF 121.0 (5 NM to 6000') 




Lindsay, ON (CNF4) 


L-31E, L-32F 


Toronto Center App/Dep 134.25 




Liverpool/South Shore Rgnl, NS (CYAU) 


L-32J 


Moncton Center App/Dep Con 123.9 





London, ON (CYXU) H-10G, 11B, 

ATIS 127.8 (1120-0345Zfl L-30G, 31D 

Toronto Center App/Dep 135.3 135.625 
Tower 119.4 125.65 (1120-0345Z+) Gnd Con 121.9 
MF 119.4 (0345-1120ZJ: 5 NM to 3000') 



Manitowaning/Manitoulin East Muni, ON (CYEM) 


L-31C 


Toronto Center App/Dep 135.4 260.9 




Maniwaki, QC (CYMW) 


L-32G 


Montreal Center App/Dep Con 126.57 




Mascouche, QC (CSK3) 


L-32G 


MF 122.35 (5 NM to 2500'. No gnd station. Excluding the portion S of the 




N shore of Riviere des Milles-lles and 1 NM around Lac Agile Mascouche arpt.) 




Medicine Hat, AB (CYXH) 


H-1D 


AWOS 124.875 (0345-1245Zfl 




MF 122.2 (1245-0345Z4: 5 NM to 5400') 




Midland/Huronia. ON (CYEE) 


L-31D 


Toronto Center App/Dep 124.025 




Miramichi, NB (CYCH) 


H-11E, L-32J 


Moncton Center App/Dep Con 123.7 





Moncton/Greater Moncton Intl. NB (CYQM) H-11E, L-32J 

ATIS 128.65 

App/Dep 124.4 Tower 120.8 236.6 Gnd Con 121.8 275.8 

Apron Advisory 122.075 
Mont-Laurier, QC (CSD4) L-32G 

Montreal Center App/Dep Con 126.57 

Montreal Intl (Mirabel), QC (CYMX) H-11C, 12K, L-32G 

ATIS 125.7 

Montreal Center App Con 124.65 132.85 268.3 

Montreal Dep Con 132.85 

MF 119.1 (7 NM shape irregular to 2000') VFR Advisory 134.15 

Montreal/Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl, QC (CYUL) H-11C, 12K, L-32G 

ATIS 133.7 

Montreal Trml App Con 118.9 124.65 126.9 132.85 268.3 

Tower 119.9 267.1 Gnd Con 121.9 275.8 Cine Del 125.6 Apron 122.075 

Montreal Trml Dep Con 118.9 (SE-S-SW) 124.65 268.3 (W-NW-NE) 

VFR Advisory 134.15 

Montreal/St-Hubert, QC (CYHU) H-11C, L-32G 

ATIS 124.9 (Apr-Oct 1045-0500Z:t, Nov-Mar 1045-0400Z) AWOS 124.9 

Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.15 268.3 

St. Hubert Tower 118.4 (Apr-Oct 1045-0500Z:t, Nov-Mar 1045-0400Z) 

Gnd Con 126.4 MF 118.4 (Apr-Oct 0500-1045Z:t, Nov-Mar 

0400-1045Z 5 NM shape irregular to 2500') VFR Advisory 134.15 

Muskoka, ON (CYQA) H-11B, L-31D 

AWOS 124.575 

MF 122.3 (5 NM to 3900') 

Nanaimo, BC (CYCD) H-1B, L-1E 

Victoria Trml App/Dep 120.8 133.95 252.3 MF 122.1 1330-0530Z:t (5 NM to 2500') 

North Bay, ON (CYYB) H-11B, L31D 

ATIS 124.9 (1130-0300Z:t) 

Toronto Center App/Dep 121.225 127.25 

MF 118.3 (1130-0330ZJ: 7 NM to 5000') 

Oshawa, ON (CYOO) L-31E 

ATIS 125.675 (1130-0330Z:t) 

Toronto Trml App Con 133.4 

Tower 120.1 (1130-0330Z:t) Gnd Con 118.4 

Toronto Trml Dep Con 133.4 MF 120.1 (0330-1130Z:t 5 NM to 3000') 



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Ottawa/Carp, ON (CYRP) L-31E, 32F 

ATIS 121.15 

Ottawa Trml App/Dep Con 128.175 252.5 
Ottawa/Gatineau, OC (CYNDj H-11C, L-32G 

Ottawa Trml App/Dep Con 127.7 128.175 252.5 

MF 122.3 (5 NM shape irregular to 2500') 

VFR Advisory Ottawa Trml 127.7 
Ottawa/MacDonald-Cartier Intl. ON (CYOW) L-11C 

ATIS 121.15 

Ottawa App Con 135.15 Tower 118.8 120.1 341.3 

Gnd Con 121.9 Cine Del 119.4 

Ottawa Dep Con 128.175 



Owen Sound/Billy Bishop Rgnl, ON (CYOS) 


L-31D 


Toronto Center App/Dep 132.575 290.6 




Pelee Island, ON (CYPT) 


L-30F 


Cleveland Center App/Dep Con 126.35 360.0 




Pembroke, ON (CYTA) 


H-11C, L-31E, 32F 


Montreal Center App/Dep Con 135.2 




Petawawa Advisory 126.4 250.1 (Mon-Fri 1300-2130ZJ:, OT PPR) 




Penticton, BC (CYYF) 


H-1B 


Vancouver Center App/Dep Con 133.5 351.3 MF 118.5 (5 NM to 4100') 




Peterborough, ON (CYPQ) 


H-11B, L-31E, 32F 


AWOS 126.925 




Toronto Center App/Dep 134.25 




Pincher Creek, AB (CZPC) 


H-1D 


Edmonton Center App/Dep Con 132.75 265.2 





Pitt Meadows, BC (CYPK) 

ATIS 125.0 (1500-0700Z4:) 
Vancouver Center App Con 128.6 352.7 (Outer) 
Pitt Tower 126.3 (1500-0700Zt) Gnd Con 123.8 
Vancouver Center Dep Con 132.3 363.8 (South) 
MF 126.3 (0700-1500ZJ:) (3NM to 2500') 



Quebec/Jean Lesage Intl, OC (CYQB) H-11D, L-32H 

ATIS 134.6 

Montreal Center App/Dep Con 124.0 127.85 135.025 270.9 322.8 
(185.65 Quebec Twr VFR acft at or below 3000') Tower 118.65 236.6 
Gnd Con 121.9 250.0 



Riviere Du Loup, QC (CYRI) 




H-11D 


AWOS 122.025 (Pvt) 






Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.1 299.6 






Rouyn Noranda, OC (CYUY) 




H-11B 


Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.9 






MF 122.2 (5 NM to 4000') 






Saint John, NB (CYSJ) 




H-11E, L-32J 


Moncton Center App/Dep Con 124.3 135.5 270.8 


MF 118.5 (5 NM to 3400') 




Sarnia (Chris Hadfield), ON (CYZR) 




H-10G, 11B, L-30F 


Toronto Center 134.375 







Sault Ste Marie, ON (CYAM ) H-2K, L-31B 

ATIS 133.05 (1300-0100Zt) 

Toronto Center App/Dep Con 132.65 344.5 

Tower 118.8 (1300-0100Z:t-) Gnd Con 121.7 

MF 118.8 (0100-1300ZJ: 5 NM irregular shape to 3000 1 ) 

Sherbrooke, OC (CYAM) H-11D, L-32H 

AWOS 126.25 

Montreal Center App/Dep Con 132.55 MF 123.5 (Ltd hrs 5 NM to 3800 1 ) 

South Renfrew Muni, ON (CNP3) L-31E, 32F 

Montreal Center App/Dep 124.275 
Southport, MB (CYPG) H-2H 

ATIS 120.85 (Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t- except holidays) 

Tower 126.2 384.2 (Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t- except holidays) 

Gnd Con 121.7 275.8 



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CHART & PANEL 



Springwater Barrie Airpark, ON (CNA3) 
Toronto Center App/Dep Con 124.025 



St. Catherines/Niagara District, ON (CYSN) H-10H, 11B, L-31E 
ATIS 128.525 (1215-0200Z:L-) 
Toronto Trml App/Dep Con 133.4 253.1 
MF 123.25 (1215-0200ZJ: 5 NM to 3300') 



St. Frederic, QC (CSZ4) 

Montreal Center App/Dep Con 135.025 270.9 



St. Georges, OX (CYSG) H-32H, L-11D 
Montreal Center App/Dep Con 132.35 
MF 122.15 (5 NM 3900' ASL) 



St. Jean, OC (CYJN) 

Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.15 268.3 

Tower 118.2 (Apr-Oct 1230-0230Zt Nov-Mar 1300-0200Zt) 

Gnd Con 121.7 



Sudbury, ON (CYSB) H-31B, 10G, L-31D 

ATIS 127.4 

Toronto Center App/Dep Con 135.5 

MF 125.5 (7 NM to 4000') 

Summerside, PE (CYSU) H-11E, L-32J 

AWOS 122.55 (Pvt) 

Moncton Center App/Dep Con 124.4 384.8 

Thunder Bay, ON (CYQT) H-2J, L-14J 

ATIS 128.8 (1100-0400Zt) 

Winnipeg Center App/Dep Con 132.125 (0400-llOOZt) 

Tower 118.1 (1100-0400Z^) Gnd Con 121.9 

App/Dep 119.2 MF 118.1 (0400-llOOZj: 5 NM to 4000') 



Timmins, ON (CYTS) 




H-11B 


ATIS 124.95 (1000-0500Z:|:) 






Toronto Center App/Dep Con 128.3 226.3 


MF 122.3 (5 NM to 4000') 





Toronto/Buttonville Muni, ON (CYKZ) L-31E 

ATIS 127.1 (1200-0400Z4:) 

Toronto Center App Con 133.4 Toronto Center Dep Con 133.4 

Tower 124.8 119.9 (1200-0400Z4:) Gnd Con 121.8 

MF 124.8 (0400-1200Z4: No gnd station. 5 NM shape irregular to below 2500') 
Toronto/City Centre, ON (CYTZ) L-31E 

ATIS 133.6 (1130-0400Zt) 

App Con 133.4 Dep Con 133.4 

Tower 118.2 119.2 (1130-0400ZJ:) Gnd Con 121.7 

Toronto/Lester B Pearson Intl. ON (CYYZ) H-11B, L-31D 

ATIS 120.825 

App Con 124.475 125.4 132.8 Dep Con 127.575 128.8 

Tower 118.35 118.7 Gnd Con 118.0 119.1 121.65 121.9 

Cine Del 121.3 (1200-0400ZJ:) VFR Advisory 119.3 133.4 

Trenton, ON (CYTR) H-11C, L-31E, 32F 

ATIS 135.45 257.7 

App/Dep Con 128.4 324.3 Tower 128.7 236.6 Gnd Con 121.9 275.8 

Cine Del 124.35 286.4 



Trenton/Mountain View, ON (CPZ3) 


H-11C, L-31E, 32F 


Trenton Mil Advisory 268.0 




Trois-Rivieres, QC (CYRQ) 


H-11C, L-32H 


Montreal Center App/Dep Con 128.225 229.2 




MF 123.0 (5 NM to 3200') 




Val-D'or, QC (CYVO) 


H-11B 


Montreal Center App/Dep Con 125.9 308.3 




MF 118.5 (1030-0325Z4: 5 NM to 4000') 





Vancouver Intl, BC (CYVR) H-1B, L-1E 

ATIS 124.6 124.75 

App Con 128.6 128.17 352.7 (Outer) 133.1 134.225 352.7 (Inner) 
Dep Con 126.125 (north) 132.3 (south) 363.8 

Tower 118.7 (south) 119.55 (north) VFR 124.0 125.65 226.5 236.6 
Gnd Con 121.7 (south) 127.15 (north) 275.8 Cine Del 121.4 



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440 SUPPLEMENTAL COMMUNICATION REFERENCE 

FACILITY NAME CHART & PANEL 

Victoria Intl. BC (CYYJ) H-1B, L-1E 

ATIS 118.8 (1400-0800Z^) 

App Con 125.95 308.4 Dep Con 133.85 308.4 
Tower 119.1 (Outer) 119.7 (Inner) 239.6 

Gnd Con 121.9 361.4 (1400-0800Zt OT etc Kamloops 119.7) 
Cine Del 126.4 (1400-0800ZJ:) 



Victoiiaville, QC (CSR3) 


L-32H 


Montreal Center App Con 132.35 




Waterville/Kings Co Muni, NS (CCW3) 


L-32J 


Greenwood Trml App/Dep Con 120.6 335.9 




Greenwood Tower 119.5 324.3 




Wiarton, ON (CYVV) 


H-11B, L-31D 


Toronto Center App/Dep Con 132.575 




MF 122.2 (5 NM to 3700') 





Windsor, ON (CYQG) H-10G, L-8J 

ATIS 134.5 (1130-0330ZI) 

Detroit App/Dep Con 126.85 127.5 134.3 348.3 363.2 
Tower 124.7 (1130-0330Zt-) Gnd Con 121.7 
MF 124.7 (0330-1130Zt 6 NM irregular shape to below 3000') 
VFR Advisory Detroit App Con 134.3 



Yarmouth, NS(CYQI) 




H-11E, L-321 


Moncton Center App/Dep Con 123.9 368.5 


MF 123.0 (5 NM to 3100') 






MEXICO 




FACILITY NAME 




CHART & PANEL 


Abraham Gonzalez Intl (MMCS) 




H-4K, L-6F 


Juarez App Con 119.9 Juarez Tower 118.9 






Del Norte Intl (MMAN) 




H-7B, L-20G 


ATIS 127.55 (1300-0300ZT-) 






Monterrey App 119.75 120.4 Tower 118.6 






Dm ango Intl (MMDO) 




H-7A 


ATIS 132.1 






Tower 118.1 Durango Info 122.3 







General Abelardo L Rodriguez Intl (MMTJ) H-4H, L-4H 

ATIS 127.9 

Tijuana App Con 119.5 120.3 Tijuana Tower 118.1 Cine Del 122.35 
Tijuana Info 132.1 



General Lucio Blanco Intl (MMRX) 

Reynosa App Con 118.8 Reynosa Tower 118.8 


H-7B, 


L-20H 


General Mariano Escobedo Intl (MMMY) 
ATIS 127.7 
Monterrey App Con 119.75 120.4 Monterrey Tower 118.1 Gnd Con 121.9 


H-7B, 


L-20G 


General R Fieiro Villalobos Intl (MMCU) 
ATIS 127.9 
Chihuahua App Con 121.0 Chihuahua Tower 118.4 




L-61 


General Rodolto Sanchez Taboada Intl (MMML) 
ATIS 127.6 
Mexican App Con 118.2 Mexican Tower 118.2 Mexican Info 123.9 122.3 


H-4H, L 


-4J, 5A 


General Servanda Canales (MMMA) 

Matamoros App Con 118.0 Matamoros Tower 118.0 


H-7C, 


L-21A 


Plan De Guadalupe Intl (MMIO) 

Saltillo App Con 127.4 Saltillo Tower 118.4 




H-7B 


Ouetzalcoatl Intl (MMNL) 

Nuevo Laredo App Con 118.3 Nuevo Laredo Tower 118.3 


H-7B, 


L-20G 


Torreon Intl (MMTC) 

App Con 119.6 Tower 118.5 




H-7A 



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442 AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 

In support of the Federal Aviation Administration's Runway Incursion Program, selected towered airport diagrams have 
been published in the Airport Diagram section of the A/FD. Diagrams will be listed alphabetically by associated city and 
airport name. Airport diagrams, depicting runway and taxiway configurations, will assist both VFR and IFR pilots in ground 
taxi operations. The airport diagrams in this publication are the same as those published in the U.S. Terminal Procedures 
Publications. For additional airport diagram legend information see the U.S. Terminal Procedures Publication. 

NOTE: Some text data published under the individual airport in the front portion of the A/FD may be more current than 
the data published on the Airport Diagrams. The airport diagrams are updated only when significant changes occur. 

GENERAL INFORMATION 

PILOT CONTROLLED AIRPORT LIGHTING SYSTEMS 

Available pilot controlled lighting (PCL) systems are indicated as follows: 

1 . Approach lighting systems that bear a system identification are symbolized using negative symbology, e.g.,^, Q, © 

2. Approach lighting systems that do not bear a system identification are indicated with a negative "A" beside the name. 
A star {* ) indicates non-standard PCL, consult the individual airport in the front portion of the A/FD, e.g., Q 

To activate lights use frequency indicated in the communication section of the chart with a (j or the appropriate 

lighting system identification e.g., UNICOM 1 22.8 ©, ^, O 

KEY MIKE FUNCTION 

7 times within 5 seconds Highest intensity available 

5 times within 5 seconds Medium or lower intensity (Lower REIL or REIL-off) 

3 times within 5 seconds Lowest intensity available (Lower REIL or REIL-off) 

CHART CURRENCY INFORMATION 

FAA procedure amendment number ^-______ ~Amdt 1 1A 99 3 65 -~——^^ Date of latest change 

~~~— Orig 00365^^^ 

The Chart Date indentifies the Julian date the chart was added to the volume or last revised for any reason. The 
first two digits indicate the year, the last three digits indicate the day of the year (001 to 365/6J in which the 
latest addition or change was first published. 

The Procedure Amendment Number precedes the Chart Date, and changes any time instrument information 
(e.g., DH, MDA, approach routing, etc.) changes. Procedure changes also cause the Chart Date to change. 

MISCELLANEOUS 



* Indicates a non-continuously operating facility, see the individual airport in the front portion of the A/FD. 

# Indicates control tower temporarily closed UFN. 



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443 



09071 

LEGEND 



INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES (CHARTS) 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



Runways 



Hard 
Surfao 



mm 

Other Than 
Hard Surface 



Stopways,Taxiways, Displaced 
Parking Areas, Threshold 

Water Runways 



E3 ±±±. 

Closed Closed 

Runway Taxiway 



Under 
Construction 



ARRESTING GEAR: Specific arresting gear systems; 
e.g., BAK1 2, MA-1 A etc., shown on airport diagrams, 
not applicable to Civil Pilots. Military Pilots refer to 
appropriate DOD publications. 



uni-directional 
ARRESTING SYSTEM 



I bi-directional 



I Jet Barrier 



REFERENCE FEATURES 

Buildings 

Tanks 



Obstructions A 

Airport Beacon # it 

Runway 

Radar Reflectors A 

Co ntrol Towe r # ■ 

Hot Spot O 

# When Control Tower and Rotating Beacon are 
co-located, Beacon symbol will be used and 
further identified as TWR. 

Runway length depicted is the physical length of 

the runway (end-to-end, including displaced thresholds 

if any} but excluding areas designated as stopways. 

A 19 symbol is shown to indicate runway declared 
distance information available, see appropriate A/FD, 
Alaska or Pacific Supplement for distance information. 

Runway Weight Bearing Capacity/or PCN Pavement Classification Number 
is shown as a codified expression. 

Refer to the appropriate Supplement/Directory for applicable codes e.g., 
RWY 14-32 S75, Tl 85, ST1 75, TT325 



Helicopter Alighting Areas (h) [+1 [h] A FR 
Negative Symbols used to identify Copter Procedures 
landing point Q H El A H 

Runway Threshold elevation THRE 123 

Runway TDZ elevation TDZE 123 

- — 0.3% DOWN 

Runway Slope 0.8% UP — - 

(shown when runway slope is greater than 
or equal to 0.3%) 
NOTE: 

Runway Slope measured to midpoint on runways 
8000 feet or longer. 

B U.S. Navy Optical Landing System (OLS) "OLS" 
location is shown because of its height of 
approximately 7 feet and proximity to edge of 
runway may create an obstruction for some types 
of aircraft. 

Approach light symbols are shown in the 
Flight Information Handbook. 

Airport diagram scales are variable. 

True/magnetic North orientation may vary from 
diagram to diagram 

Coordinate values are shown in 1 or H> minute 
increments. They are further broken down into 
6 second ticks, within each 1 minute increments. 

Positional accuracy within ±600 feet unless otherwise 
noted on the chart. 

NOTE: 

All new and revised airport diagrams are shown refer- 
enced to the World Geodetic System (WGS) (noted on 
appropriate diagram), and may not be compatible 
with local coordinates published in FLIP. (Foreign Only) 



PCN 80 F/D/X/U 



BAK-12 



Runway End 
Elevation 



* 



Runway 
Slope 

\ 

0.7% UP- 



FIELD 
ELEV 

174 



Rwy 2 Idg 8000' 

Displaced Threshold 

\ Runway 



ELEV 
" 164 



9000 X 200 

Runway Dimensions 
(in feet] 



Identification 



-023.2 

Runway Heading 
(Magnetic) 



EMAS 
, 1 200 X 200 

^ W77A 

000 X 200 Arresting System Operations 
(in feet) 



Stopway Dimensions 
(in feet) 



SCOPE 

Airport diagrams are specifically designed to assist in the movement of ground traffic at locations with comple 
runway/taxiway configurations and provide information for updating Computer Based Navigation Systems (I.E., 
INS, GPS) aboard aircraft. Airport diagrams are not intended to be used For approach and landing or departure 
operations. For revisions to Airport Diagrams: Consult FAA Order 791 0.4. 



LEGEND 



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444 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 
HOT SPOTS 



An "Airport surface hot spot" is a location on an aerodrome movement area with a history or potential risk of collision or 
runway incursion, and where heightened attention by pilots/drivers is necessary. 

A "hot spot" is a runway safety related problem area on a airport that presents increased risk during surface operations. 
Typically it is a complex or confusing taxiway/taxiway or taxiway/runway intersection. The area of increased risk has either 
a history of or potential for runway incursions or surface incidents, due to a variety of causes, such as but not limited to: 
airport layout, traffic flow, airport marking, signage and lighting, situational awareness, and training. Hot spots are 
depicted on airport diagrams as open circles or polygons designated as "HOT 1 ", "HOT 2 ", etc. and tabulated in the list 
below with a brief description of each hot spot. Hot spots will remain charted on airport diagrams until such time the 
increased risk has been reduced or eliminated. 



CITY/AIRPORT 



MIDLAND 

MIDLAND INTL {MAF) 



HOT SPOT 



TEXAS 



HOT 1 
HOT 2 



DESCRIPTION 



Twy B and Twy P merge. 

Area not visible from tower. Limited air traffic 

services provided. 

Area not visible from tower. Limited air traffic 

services provided. 



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445 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



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ABILENE/ABILENE RGNL(ABI) 



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09183 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL 1 3 (FAA) 



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CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY 








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READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING _ 








INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED 








92° 


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92°32' W 
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AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA 
ALEXANDRIA INTL (AEX) 



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447 



ALTUS AFB (KLTS) 



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AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



ALTUS, OKLAHOMA 
ALTUS AFB (KLTS) 



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AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AMARILLO/RICK HUSBAND AMARILLO INTL (AMA) 

AL- 1 9 ( F AA] AMARI LLO, TEXAS 



ATIS — I 1 — I— 

118.85 350.3 
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SI 00, D200, ST1 75, DT400 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAYS HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



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09183 



AMARILLO, TEXAS 

AMARILLO/RICK HUSBAND AMARILLO INTL (AMA) 



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449 



09351 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-22 (FAA) 



ARDMORE MUNI (ADM) 

ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 

97°01.5'W 97°01.0'W 



97°00.5'W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09351 



ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA 

ARDMORE MUNI (ADM) 



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AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-5189(FAA) 



ARLINGTON MUNI (GKY) 

ARLINGTON, TEXAS 



ASOS 

127.375 ' 

ARLINGTON TOWER 
128.625 
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-32°40.5'N 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 

READBACKOF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



32°39.5'W- 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



ARLINGTON, TEXAS 

ARLINGTON MUNI (GKY) 



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451 



09295 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-556 (FAA) 



AUSTIN-BERGSTROM INTL (AUS) 

AUSTIN, TEXAS 



30°13'N 



RWY 1 7L-35R 

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READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



97°40' W 
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97°39'W 
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AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AUSTIN, TEXAS 

AUSTIN-BERGSTROM INTL (AUS) 



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AIRPORT DIAGRAM af^husaf] 



BARKSDALEAFB (KBAD) 
BOSSIER CITY, LOUISIANA 



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o- 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



WGS-84 DATUM 



BOSSIER CITY, LOUISIANA 
BARKSDALEAFB (KBAD) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



453 



09127 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



BATON ROUGE METROPOLITAN, RYAN FIELD (BTR) 

AL-40 (FAA) BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 




ATIS 
25.2 

RYAN TOWER * 

.45 257.8 
GND CON 
121.9 
CLNC DEL 
9.4 



30° 32.5' N 



GENERAL 
a AVIATION 

CONTROL PARKING 

TOWER 



RWY 4L-22R 

SI 20, D170, ST175, DT300 
RWY 4R-22L 

S30, D45 
RWY 13-31 

SI 20, D170, ST175, DT300 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



30°31.5'N 



91° 09.5' W 



91°08.5'W 
I 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA 

BATON ROUGE METROPOLITAN, RYAN FIELD (BTR) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



454 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR/SOUTHEAST TEXAS RGNL (BPT) 
AL-521 (FAA) BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS 



ATIS 






126.3 






BEAUMONT TOWER * 




,i i 


119.5 






J 


GND CON 






j 


121.9 






j 


CLNC DEL 






jui 


118.3 






r* 


13 


* 




In' 

r 




^—HANGAR 

^^ TRANSIENT PARKING 
^ HANGAR 


JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 


i 






FIELD 


___ «m W^~~~^_ HANGAR 


' ' ' 29°57.5' N — 




ELEV 


^B o> 80 






15 






^^KCO IFVMNOILINI MINL* 




V- H ° . HELICOPTER PARKING 




^M 


K \ OLD CONTROL TOWER/ 







H. ^^ GA TERMINAL TERMINAL 


A>A. 


^_^« O sjatoN 6 NEW CONTROL TOV 


4t 


ELEV ^^^^ 


T\ 


15 '^^^ 


£*- HANGARS 

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^K§> 


- 


1 


ELEV 

7 




ELEV ^ 
12 J 


RWY 12-30 

S90, Dl 70, ST1 75, DT230 


- 


_ 


RWY 16-34 


CAUTION: SOUTH END OF TAXIWAY B IS NOT VISIBLE FROM THE NEW CONTROL TOWER. S70, D90, ST1 1 4, DTI 45 


CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 


READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 




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' — 29 56.5 N — 


94°01.5'W 94°01.0'W 
1 1 



AIRPORT DIAORAM BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR, TEXAS 

09295 WftWIVVVl BEAUMONT-PORT ARTHUR/ SOUTHEAST TEXAS RGNL (BPT) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



455 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-133 [USA] 



BIGGS AAF (KBIF) 
FORT BUSS, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



FORT BLISS, TEXAS 
BIGGS AAF (KBIF) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



456 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09183 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



BROWNSVILLE/ SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INTL (BRO) 
AL-61 (FAA) BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS 



ATIS 

128.55 

BROWNSVILLE TOWER* 

11 8.9 239.3 

GND CON 

121.9 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



13 



A116 



/.i ELEV 
20 



HANGARS , 



FIRE ^ AIR 

STATION FRE | G HT 

TERMINAL 




25° 55' N 



25° 54' N 



RWY 13L-31R 

S10, D50 
RWY 13R-31L 

S75, D170, ST175, DT240 
RWY 17 35 

S75, D144, ST175, DT150 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 



97°26' W 

I 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09183 



BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS 
BROWNSVILLE/ SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INTL (BRO) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



457 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 




AL-778 (FAA| 




CLINTON-SHERMAN (CSM) 
CLINTON, OKLAHOMA 


ASOS 

135.225 

CLINTON-SHERMAN TOWER 

119.6 256.9 
GND CON 

121.7 239.0 l 


* 


99° 
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2'W 99° 


rw 


99°1 3'W 




X 

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£ y/i - 








FIELD 
ELEV 
1922 


K 








- 


JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 


i 




% 2072 

^ A 




35°21'N 










CONTROL TOWER 
.--^ADMINISTRATION 

V 

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- 


FIRE 
STATION 


t 1 

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1 








ELEV 

1910 


- 




■■ 




- 


ELEV 
1906 


L 






o 

X 

ro 
O 

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- 


o 

CO 

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ELEV 
1905 


- 




- 


N, 
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RWY 1 7L 35R 

S50, D200, ST175, DT390 
RWY 1 7R-35L 

S50, D200, ST1 75, DT390 


J 


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3 


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ELEV 


S3 

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1912 


>L - 


w 


CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY 
CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING 
INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09183 



CLINTON, OKLAHOMA 

CLINTON-SHERMAN (CSM) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



458 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



COLLEGE STATION/ EASTERWOOD FIELD (CLL) 

AL-928 (FAA) COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09295 



COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 

COLLEGE STATION/EASTERWOOD FIELD (CLL) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



459 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-91 [USAF] 



COLUMBUS AFB (KCBM) 

COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



WGS-84 DATUM 



COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI 
COLUMBUS AFB (KCBM) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



460 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09183 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



COLUMBUS/ GOLDEN TRIANGLE RGNL (GTR) 

AL-5855 (FAA) COLUMBUS-WESTPOINT-STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 



ATIS 

126.375 

GOLDEN TRIANGLE TOWER 

118.2 298.875 

GND CON 

135.375 322.475 

CLNC DEL 

135.375 322.475 

1 26.25 (When Tower Closed) 



33° 27.5' N 



33°27'N 



ELEV 
260 



FIELD 

ELEV 
264 



RWY 18-36 

PCN 30 F/B/Y/T 
SI 33, D200, DT300 



8°36'W 



ELEV 
256 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 
0.1° W 



l 



^ 



' 



— FIRE 
STATION 



TERMINAL 



6 
TWR 

346 



1 



36 



8° 35.5' W 
I 



8°35'W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



COLUMBUS-WESTPOINT-STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 

COLUMBUS/ GOLDEN TRIANGLE RGNL (GTR) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



461 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



CORPUS CHRISTI NAS (TRUAX FLD] (KNGP) 
AFD-98 [USN] CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS 



ATIS* 

11 4.0 127.9 290.9 

NAVY CORPUS TOWER* 

134.85 340.2 (N) 

125.525 360.2 (S] 

GNDCON 

18.7 257.85 
CLNC DEL 
314.3 



JANUARY 2009 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 




/ 

FIRE STATION 



RWY 4-22 

PCN 33 F/B/W/T 
RWY 13L-31R 

PCN 47 F/B/W/T 
RWY 13R-31L 

PCN 55 R/C/W/T 
RWY 1 7-35 

PCN 41 F/B/W/T 



BASE OPERATIONS 
TERMINAL, NOCD AND 
TRANSIENT AIRCRAFT 
PARKING 



LGT 

WATER 
TOWER 
163 A 



© ELEV 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS 
CORPUS CHRISTI NAS (TRUAX FLD) (KNGP) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



462 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09183 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-5032 (FAA) 



CORPUS CHRISTI INTL (CRP) 

CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09183 



CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS 

CORPUS CHRISTI INTL (CRP) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



463 



08325 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-768 (FAA) 



DALLAS/ADDISON (ADS) 
DALLAS, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



DALLAS, TEXAS 
DALLAS/ADDISON (ADS) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



464 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09351 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



DALLAS/ COLLIN COUNTY RGNL AT MC KINNEY (TKI) 
AL-6644 (FAA) DALLAS, TEXAS 



ASOS 

119.925 

McKINNEY TOWER* 

118.825 

GND CON 

121.875 

CLNC DEL 

121.35(WhenTwrClsd) 



575 



627+ 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 



-33°11'N- 



HANGARS 
/ \ C 



■ — 



1 



TWR 
620 



HANGARS 



\ 






CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY 
r | CROSSING CLEARANCES. 

READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING 
INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



RWY 17-35 

S75, D150, DT176 



96° 36' W 



FIELD 
ELEV 
585 



96° 35' W 



35 



-33°10'N- 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



DALLAS, TEXAS 
DALLAS/ COLLIN COUNTY RGNL AT MC KINNEY (TKI) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



465 



09239 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-742 (FAA) 



DALLAS EXECUTIVE (RBD) 

DALLAS, TEXAS 



-32°41.5'N- 



ELEV 
655 



32°41.0'N- 



-32°40.5'N ■ 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 



ATIS 

126.35 

EXECUTIVE TOWER * 

127.25 335.6 

- 1 - GND CON 

1 1 9.475 

CLNC DEL 

118.625 



ELEV 
ZL 651 
A 




RWY 13-31 

S35, D60, DTI 1 
RWY 17-35 

S35, D60, DT110 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



96°52.5' W 



96° 52.0' W 

I 



96°51 .5' W 

I 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09239 



DALLAS, TEXAS 

DALLAS EXECUTIVE (RBD) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



466 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09071 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-106(FAA) 



DALLAS-LOVE FIELD (DAL) 

DALLAS, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09071 



DALLAS, TEXAS 
DALLAS-LOVE FIELD (DAL) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



467 



09351 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-6039 (FAA) 



DALLAS-FORT WORTH INTL (DFW) 

DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



ASDE-X Surveillance System in use. 
Pilots should operate transponders 
with Mode C on all twys and rwys. 



Group VI aircraft require advance notice and 
follow-me services while taxiing to or from 
ramps or runways. 

RWYS 1 3L-31 R, 1 3R-31 L, 1 7C-35C, 1 7L-35R 
17R-35L, 18L-36R, 18R-36L 
SI 20, D200, ST1 75, DT600, DDT850 



FIRE STATION No. 3 -J 

EAST AIR FREIGHT ~~~/ . 

FEDERAL EXPRESS^' 



ATISARR 123.775 
DEP 135.925 
DFW TOWER 
126.55 127.5 EAST 
24.15 134.9 WEST 
GND CON 
121.65 121.8 EAST 
121.85 WEST 
CLNCDEL 128.25 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09351 



DALLAS-FORT WORTH, TEXAS 

DALLAS-FORT WORTH INTL (DFW) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



468 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09015 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-5866 (FAA) 



DENTON MUNI (DTO) 

DENTON, TEXAS 



ASOS H 

119.325 I 

DENTON TOWER 
119.95 
GND CON 
123.95 
CLNC DEL 
123.95 



33°12.0'N 



ELEV ^l 
640 ■ A2 



HANGAR 
HANGARS 



»••• 



FIELD 
ELEV 
642 



CONTROL TCDniikiAi 
TOWER TERMINAL 

702 / 

1 \- 



HANGARS 



FBO- 
HANGARS- 






33°11.5' N 



■ Mill 




HANGARS 



ELEV 
627 35 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 



HANGARS 



RWY 17-35 

S70, Dl 00 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



97°1 1 .5' W 

I 



97=1 1.0' W 
l_ 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09015 



DENTON, TEXAS 
DENTON MUNI (DTO) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



469 



08269 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-2 [USAF] 



DYESSAFB (KDYS) 
ABILENE, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



ABILENE, TEXAS 

DYESSAFB (KDYS1 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



470 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-134(FAA) 



ELPASOINTL (ELP) 

EL PASO, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09295 



EL PASO, TEXAS 

ELPASOINTL (ELP) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



471 



09239 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-l 36 (FAA) 



ENID WOODRING RGNL (WDG) 

ENID, OKLAHOMA 




JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1°W 



FIELD 
ELEV 

67 



AWOS-3 

1 20.625 

WOODRING TOWER* 

8.9 257.95 

GND CON 

121.925 



HANGARS 



RWY 13-31 

PCN 2 F/D/Z/T 
S42, D55, DT80 


ELEV 
1146 


RWY 1 7-35 

PCN 5 R/A/X/T 

S50, D88, ST111,DT140 





97°48'W 



97°47'W 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAYS HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



ENID, OKLAHOMA 

ENID WOODRING RGNL (WDG) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



472 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09015 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-728 (FAA) 



FAYETTEVILLE/ DRAKE FIELD (FYV) 
FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 



ATIS 
119.575 

DRAKE TOWER * 
128.0 371.9 
GND CON 
121.8 








ID 






ELEV 
1250 
91 


HANGARS 






FIELD 
ELEV 
1251 


\l'o 

B °\ > CONTROL 






<* ■ \ TOWER 
W\ 1339 




\ 


1111/ 




HANC 


^K 1 " 1 > HANGAR - 


III! 






\: ,l,o, 


1 1 1 r ^' c >C\C\ r ' t- 1 




\' ' ' 
1485 

ARKAL 
AIRMU 

OZARK MILITA 
MUSEUM 


! \ ° 

4SAS ifm » 1 
SEUM — "■ ■ 

RY —~\ \% 

FAA-^^ o, Wt 

t ■ 


T JO UU.O IN 

FIRE 

STATION 

1 

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TERMINAL _ ■ 










FBO<^ ■ 
HANGARS ■ 


JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 






f \ , 


1 1 1/Oflfl' K 1 


l 




Y 


oO UU IN 






V 








ELEV 3A " 
1237 


RWY 1 6-34 

S90, D150, ST175, DT175 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUN 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY 


WAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 






4 


094° 1 0.5' W 094° 
1 


0'W 





AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09015 



FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 
FAYETTEVILLE/ DRAKE FIELD (FYV) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



473 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



FAYETTEVILLE/ NORTHWEST ARKANSAS RGNL (XNA) 
AL-9274 (FAA) FAYETTEVILLE/SPRINGDALE/ROGERS, ARKANSAS 



ASOS 

1 1 9.425 

NORTHWEST ARKANSAS 

RGNL TOWER * 

127.1 

GND CON 

121.9 

13 



36° 17.5' N 



RWY 1 6-34 

S75, D150, DT350 



36° 16.5' 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



94° 1 9' W 

I 



94°18.5'W 

I 



94° 1 8' W 

I 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09183 



FAYETTEVILLE/SPRINGDALE/ROGERS, ARKANSAS 
FAYETTEVILLE/ NORTHWEST ARKANSAS RGNL (XNA) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



474 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09351 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



FORT HOOD/KILLEEN/ ROBERT GRAY AAF (GRK) 
AL-906 (FAA) FORT HOOD/KILLEEN, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09351 



FORT HOOD/KILLEEN, TEXAS 
FORT HOOD/KILLEEN/ ROBERT GRAY AAF (GRK) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



475 



09183 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-631 (FAA) 



FORT SMITH RGNL (FSM) 

FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS 




en i _ n „ ck^jco 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09183 



FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS 
FORT SMITH RGNL (FSM) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



476 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09071 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-6918[FAA) 



FORT WORTH ALLIANCE (AFW) 

FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



-33°00'N 




JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1 °W 



■32°S9'N J L 



AMERICAN 
AIRLINES 
HANGAR 



ATIS 

126.925 

ALLIANCE TOWER 

135.15 288.15 

GND CON 

132.65 306.2 

CLNC DEL 

1 28.725 

ID 



■ H FEDEX 

V 



TERMINAL 
FBO 

/ 

P CONTROL 

■ TOWER 
836 



I 



HANGAR 



RWY 16L-34R 

D200, ST175, DT400, DDT870 
RWY 16R-34L 

D200, ST1 75, DT400, DDT870 



ELEV 
664 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



97°20'W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09071 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 
FORT WORTH ALLIANCE (AFW) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



477 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-159(FAA) 



FORT WORTH MEACHAM INTL (FTW) 
FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



ATIS 








120.7 ' 








MEACHAM TOWER 








118.3 257.8 






i\ 1 




GND CON 












121.9 
CLNC DEL 






% 








FIELD 




21 






1 24.65 




ELEV 




— ^1 FBO 

■?• m 


f*u 








710 




/<? 














1 


/? 




















■ HANGAR 










■ ^^ JANUARY 2005 








<r 


■ . , ^^B ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

■ ^V 0.1° W 

M FBO 




- 32°49.5'N- i\ 


, , 


■ > , bC PARKING 






■ ■ ■ ^- AREAS 




ELEV/ 


■ o 




1 ■ ^^4/ 




668 


■o 




M E iPW HANGARS 






V- 

1 




1 5 ■ % > 

»M !♦ fbo 

M _ TERMINAL/FBO 
-j ■ • ^ TERMINAL 
o M "> << ^t ^^^PARKING 






■ ^ 






£,■ 


ELEV 
A7-> 






OB -j - 

g| / 


o 8 1> ^ , ♦ ♦ 






LnH 


Il ro 1 


C B^^^^^^^^^ta^L H ELEV 
1 C | , C'^27^ 




— 32°49.0'N - 










I ■ ■ Wh FIREl \ 








1 


CONTROL Wg STAT |6n ~-i^_ 




- 






TOWER H *. ■ ■ 
751 ■ ■■ ■ ■ gg J 

1 = ~ ♦ /l 






ELEV 
667^ 


■b3 

35 


1> , ;-"'i , /l 

■ | PARKING ■ 










■ AREA ■ FIRE " 

■ . , ■ STATION 

■ ■ 

M ■ RWY 9-27 

' B [ M i mm S30, D45, DT60 
■ \ mm RWY 1 6-34 


















■g > S80, Dl 00, ST1 27, DTI 90 










M K PARKING DDT350 
^ ■ AREA RWY 17-35 

1 X34 S12, D50 

■ ELEV 




_ 






























674 




Tiojn a k 1 




i | 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 




Jz 40.0 hi 






j 






CAUTION 


BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. „,„„ ... 


97°22' W 
1 


READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. " "" ,v 




H 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09351 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 
FORT WORTH MEACHAM INTL (FTW) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



478 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



07354 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



FORT WORTH NAS JRB (CARSWELL FLD) (NFW) 
AFD-160[USN] FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



DECEMBER 2007 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 




E 28 
(B) 



FIELD 
ELEV 

650 







/ 

ELEV 
620 







UNLGT 
D 



ATIS* 

273.575 

NAVY FORT 

WORTH TOWER * 

120.95 269.325 284.725 

NAVY FORT WORTH 

GNDCON 

126.4 254.325 279.575 



32°47'N 



ELEV \^ 

615 ' 



- FIRE STATION 

_ CONTROL TWR 726 



' BASE OPERATIONS 



s£l 



\ 



^ 



32°46'N 



RWY 17-35 

PCN 107R/B/X/T 



32°45'N 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



FORT WORTH, TEXAS 
FORT WORTH NAS JRB (CARSWELL FLD) (NFW) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



479 



09127 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-61 1 3 (FAA) 



GAINESVILLE MUNI (GLE) 

GAINESVILLE, TEXAS 




AWOS-3 

.375 
CTAF/UNICOM 
23.0 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1 °w 

33°39.5' N — 



097-12.5' W 



097°1 2.0' W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09127 



GAINESVILLE, TEXAS 

GAINESVILLE MUNI (GLE) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



480 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



08157 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-5724 (FAA) 



GEORGETOWN MUNI (GTU) 

GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 




ATIS 

118.6 

GEORGETOWN TOWER 

20.225 
GND CON 
119.12 
AUSTIN CLNC DEL 

21 



97°41'W 



97°40.5'W 

820 A 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 

READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



08157 



GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 

GEORGETOWN MUNI (GTU) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



481 



06327 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



GRAND PRAIRIE / GRAND PRAIRIE MUNI (GPM) 

AL-9209 (FAA) GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS 



GRAND PRAIRIE TOWER* 

128.55 

GND CON 

121.15 




CONTROL TOWERS 
636 



© 



- 32 42'N - 



A 



745* 



RWY 1 7-35 
S30 



FIELD 
ELEV 
588 



ELEV^ 
573 



1 


T-HANGARS 

TERMINAL 
~^~"~ BUILDING 


1 ___- HANGAR 

17^ 


^^■i 




^^m 


i i i 


^^~ 


^^ T-HANGARS 




FIRE STATION 




"" T-HANGARS 



A 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE 

OF CHANGE 

0.1 °W 



-32 41.5'N- 



97 03'W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS 

GRAND PRAIRIE MUNI (GPM) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



482 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



07354 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-572 (FAA) 



GREENVILLE/MID DELTA RGNL (GLH) 

GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 



GREENVILLE TOWER *_ 
119.0 256.9 
GND CON 
121.8 256.9 
ASOS 125.525 



ELEV 

128 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1°W 



RWY 18L-36R 

S75, Dl 1 2, ST1 42, DTI 82, DDT540 
RWY 18R-36L 

S29, D47, DT78 



r 



PARKING 
APRON 



t 



\ t 



FIRE DEPARTMENT -~ 
TERMINAL - 



CONTROL 
TOWER 



GENERAL 
AVIATION ' 



, x xx 



\V; 



LX 






36L 



FIELD 
ELEV 

130 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



181 




ELEV 
129 



33° 29' N 



ELEV 
36R 1 29 



91° 00' W 
I 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



07354 



GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 
GREENVILLE/MID DELTA RGNL (GLH) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



483 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-576 (FAA) 



GULFPORT-BILOXI INTL (GPT) 
GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09295 



GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 
GULFPORT-BILOXI INTL (GPT) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



484 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09071 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-827 (FAA) 



HARLINGEN/VALLEY INTL (HRL) 
HARLINGEN, TEXAS 




ATIS 
124.85 

HARLINGEN TOWER 
119.3 317.6 
GND CON 
21.7 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 



26°14' N 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



26°13'W- 



RWY 13-31 

SI 60, D200, ST1 75, DT350, DDT700 
RWY 17L-35R 

SI 60, D200, DT350 
RWY 17R-35L 

SI 60, D200, ST1 75, DT350, TRT561 , 

SBTT593, TDT840, DDT700 



97 °40' W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09071 



HARLINGEN, TEXAS 
HARLINGEN/VALLEY INTL (HRL) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



485 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-5031 [USA] 



HOODAAF (KHLR) 
FT HOOD, TEXAS 



FT. HOOD TOWER * 
119.65 269.45 A 
GNDCON ' / 
133.85 225.4 f 
CLNC DEL / 
225.4 L 

1° 


AUGUST 2009 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1°W 






IS 




© 


980 












FIELD 
ELEV 
924 


CONTROL — 
TOWER m 

979 IB 


EAST 

RAMP 


J 




• 




* 


% ' * 




WEST RAMP 




\ m O BASE 
f li \ OPS 


31°08' 30"N 


O 

FIRE % 
STATION » 


\ % \ - 
1 Vi I 






o 


c g ® 3* 881 -y 










31°08'N 


RWY 16-34 
PCN 8 F/C/W/T 








Rwy 16 Idg 3134' 






o 

co 

CN 





- 


CO 
K 

o 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



FT HOOD, TEXAS 
HOODAAF (KHLR) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



486 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



06327 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-5037 (FAA) 



HOUMA-TERREBONNE (HUM) 
HOUMA, LOUISIANA 



ATIS 120.25 
HOUMA TOWER ' 
125.3 346.3 
GND CON 
21.8 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 




29°33.5' N 



90°/lO'W 



90° 39.5' W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



HOUMA, LOUISIANA 

HOUMA-TERREBONNE (HUM) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



487 



09071 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



HOUSTON/DAVID WAYNE HOOKS MEMORIAL (DWH) 

AL-5457 (FAA) HOUSTON, TEXAS 



ATIS 

124.95 

HOOKS TOWER* 

127.4 354.1 EAST 

118.4 354.1 WEST 

GND CON 

121.8 239.0 

CLNC DEL 

1 1 9.45 

ID 



95° 33.5' W 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 




RWY 17L-35R 

S4 
RWY 17R-35L 

S30, D85 



■J- 30° 04.5' N - 



- 30° 04' N 



-30° 03.5' N - 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



-30° 03' N- 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09071 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 

HOUSTON/DAVID WAYNE HOOKS MEMORIAL (DWH) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



488 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09239 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AH97(FAA) 



HOUSTON/ ELLINGTON FIELD (EFD) 
HOUSTON, TEXAS 



ATIS * 




4 y 


135.575 269.9 




ELLINGTON TOWER 


RWY 4-22 






126.05 253.5 


SI 00, Dl 64, ST1 75, DT300, DDT668 






GND CON 


RWY17L-35R 




/to 


121.6 275.8 


S24, D63, ST80, DTI 45, DDT300 




la. 




RWY17R-35L 




/% 


ID 


SI 00, Dl 90, ST1 75, DT590, DDT800 




IS 


> - 

< 


1000 X 






1^ W 150 






r\\ s,, 


JANUARY 2005 


TEXAS 
ANG 


A 


ELEV E LEV , 

, 31 Jl 1 


ANNUAL RATE 
OF CHANGE 


\ " , 


\ 1 


0.1'W 


A ■ 

156 »-- 


|° 


\\ ' 






29 37 N - 
1014 X 






FIELD 




■ 


1 


\/\ '— ' 




ELEV 




150^ 


h 


BAK 

12-14 

r 


J "V. 


o 

-O 

X 


32 


- 


f ELEV 






TEXAS 




B nNv 




W< 30 


ARNG \ ■ 




\-t- 




US 






G 




COAST -M 

GUARD 










B 




^r BAK 


NASA -^ S 








12-14 






.^r 




FBO^^ B 


C 


C 






K ■ H 


* ELEV IS W 




CONTROL * 




§ 30 1- W& 




TOWER ~~"_ 




x 35R \^T\~ 




I 


D 






FIRE ■ 

STATION ' 












llll ■ 








IIII fbo j 




^r 




1 1 




/\^T BAK 

^K/ 12-14 


1 1 nno 35' M 






^^r \ \ 






BAK 


V^ ^k 




■ 


12-14 


ELEV \\ 




NASA^^ 


h r 




■ 




26 \\ 




■ 1 


E 






W " 




1 




■ 


F ELEVBK 

27 Iff; * 






35L 

_ 1000X 






150 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 




READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 






J 


095° 1 0' W 095° 09' W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09239 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 
HOUSTON/ ELLINGTON FIELD (EFD) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



489 



AIDDADT Pil A/~D A kA HOUSTON/GEORGE BUSH INTERCONTINENTAL/HOUSTON (IAH) 

AlKrkJKI UIAOKAM al-5461 ifaai Houston, texas 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 



09351 



HOUSTON/GEORGE BUSH INTERCONTINENTAL/HOUSTON (IAH) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



490 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



HOUSTON/ LONE STAR EXECUTIVE (CXO) 

AL-5573 (FAA) HOUSTON, TEXAS 



ATIS 

118.325 

LONE STAR TOWER* 

124.125 

GND CON 

120.45 

CLNC DEL 

1 20.45 

1 1 9.55 (When Tower Closed) 


1 








JANUARY 2005 
ELEV ,.\ , - Cl „. ANNUAL RATE - 
230 *4&\ J _ !^ EV OF CHANGE 
W* *' ™ 0.1'W 














^^k ' V n 








▼ ^ 


^^ m ex 








TWR 


















380 * # 

* a 


\ 






4' 

Ll_ 


^* / 




^k ELEV 

^ 241 
9. & 


■ ■ Q #/ 

■ ■ #- 

/ ELEV 
230 


F 


F 






FIELD 
ELEV 
245 


Q 












RWY 1 -1 9 

SI 40, ST1 75, TDT840, TRT545 
RWY 14-32 

S60, Dl 00, ST1 75, TDT840, TRT459 










- 30°20.5' N - 










095° 


25.5' W 


CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RU 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWA 


WAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 

1 HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 


24.5' W 


J 
095°25.0' W 095° 

1 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09295 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 

HOUSTON/ LONE STAR EXECUTIVE (CXO) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



491 



09295 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 




HUUSIUN/ 
AL-5537 (FAA] 


bUU/: 


\K LAND KONL (HLrK,) 
HOUSTON, TEXAS 


ASOS 

118.125 








ifioin' M 


SUGAR LAND TOWER* 

118.65 

GNDCON 


FIELD 

ELEV 

82 


ILS 
\ ^ HOLD i i i 


121y 


i i 




CLNC rsFi !■ 


nJ"-6— 140 






121 A 
119.2 


■J ' FLIGHT 
5 (When Tower Closed) CfO SCHOOL 


1 




3| 










1 -.--" 






/v 
IS 




I TERMINAL 


AN 


JANUARY 2005 
NUAL RATE OF CHANGE 
0.TWEST 




1 76 ± 1 -n 








,-■■ " l c 






I! 




1 








I 




1IJIOO-7' J.J 




| o*- 








403 1 -" 






95°. 


RWY 17-35 °|| 

S80, D120, ST152, DT200, DDT600 E|fv | A | ILS 
,0-W 74 35 HOLD 


95°3 


9'W 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO ALL RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 













AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09295 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 
HOUSTON/ SUGAR LAND RGNL (SGR) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



492 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09351 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



Al-1 98 (FAA) 



HOUSTON/ WILLIAM P. HOBBY (HOU) 

HOUSTON, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09351 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 

HOUSTON/ WILLIAM P. HOBBY (HOU) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



493 



08101 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



JACKSON/HAWKINS FIELD (HKS) 

AL-206 (FAA) JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



FIELD 
ELEV 

341 



HAWKINS TOWER * 

119.65 257.8 

GND CON 

121.9 239.0 

CLNCDEL121.9 

ASOS 120.625 



HANGARS 



HANGARS •<__ 
CONTROL TOWER 

397 

TERMINAL BUILDING 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 




ELEV 
322 



> 



RWY 1 6-34 
S30, D40, DT80 

RWY 1 1 -29 
S30, D40, DT80 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



32 1 9.5' N 



90 1 3.5' W 



90 1 3' W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

08101 



JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

JACKSON/HAWKINS FIELD (HKS) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



494 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



08157 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-5132(FAA) 



JACKSON-EVERS INTL (JAN) 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



ATIS 121.05 
JACKSON TOWER* 


A qV ^ ELEV 
x l* 305 




120.9 352.0 


^. o m o\ 




GND CON 


m 




121.7 348.6 


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( 


\ 1 






l 


* \ \ 






/% 


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Is 


nws m 






1 


■ \ 




JANUARY 2005 


Cl\& 




ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE - 






0.1'W 


\% 




i i i i 


i i i i 1 i ^» 


i 


32°19'N 








305^— .^ik^ m HOT 




^■5M> % CARGO 
* 'o;m c. «x AREA 






- \1 

\ 

WEST 


k\ FIRE STATION v, „ Wk 




CARGO 


m controi . vk ° \m 
m tower^x _^^ \ m 




APRON 






- \ » 4 « % 












FIELD 
ELEV 






■S-m 9\ 478 A / i d <* ?> 


346 




?1 ^ 5< o\ *^ 

%% 1* % FSDO / %\ 














\ , M I//X. - 




RWY 16L-34R 




S75, D200, ST1 75, DT390, TRT585, DDT850 m <~ x HANGARS ~~ ^ ' 




RWY 16R-34L "A 
SI 30, DUO, ST1 75, DT250, TRT585, DDT720 m 






ii 


■k ii 


1 n°j rv |*j 




■A 7 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO ^A 




RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. m 




READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY v m 
HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. \ Wk 








m 

ELEV ° m P 9 
329 ~— -^ft. 




90°05' W 90°04' W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



08157 



JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

JACKSON-EVERS INTL (JAN) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



495 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-49 [USAF] 



KEESLER AFB (KBIX) 

BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI 







_ 




ATIS 281.55 








KEESLER TOWER* 








120.75 269.075 








GND CON 










121.8 275.8 


< 


1 ; 


- 




CLNC DEL 










121.8 275.8 
















/ AUGUST 2009 












If ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 




ELEV 








la 0.1 'W s 


^^ "' 








/t Vj- 












A ^i 






. 






/ /J 


' - 








TDZE ELEV '^^T 










^■^ 




30° 25' N 






j 1 1 1 1 ' i ^^^ 




HOT BRAKES 










HAZARDOUS 


- 




W / 


- 


CARGO 


- 




M 7S 


- 




- 




//'< 


- 












- 




^J _. ' ^-— TRANSIENT 
^^^ ^^ ALERT 


















^J / ^ ^~ BASE OPS 
.^^T /, Jk-— - CONTROL TOWER 
^m c / W^r- FIRE STATION 










195 








^r / w ^ 


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¥/*\ '* 








TDZE ELEV , JF ft / ▲. 

24 /JF \ ♦ ♦% 












°X 


HOT BRAKES + ^ 






j^ 


FIELD 










ELEV 














33 






30° 24' N 






i 1 I I 1 1 






Rwy 3-21 

PCN 35 F/B/W/T 
S, T, ST, n, TRT, TDT 

Rwy 3 Idg 6031' 








i 


Rwy 21 Idg 6630' 




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□ 











CO 










co 






CO 













AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



WGS-84 DATUM 



BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI 
KEESLER AFB (KBIX) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



496 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09239 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-91B [USN] 



KINGSVILLE NAS (KNQI) 
KINGSVILLE, TEXAS 





i i i i l i i i 


ATIS* 

276.2 

KINGSVILLE TOWER* 

124.1 377.05 


27°31'N 


1 


GND CON 

239.05 




4 / 


CLNC DEL 








328.4 


_ 


ELEV ELEV 


/ 






48 48 MZL 171 




/«j 




"^^^ fl 




ELEV 

48 










/v 




^ 


^^k E-28 








Is 








11 


J 11 




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^^ ^^k. ' ■ 


AUGUST 2009 




/ 


v °^k. E-28^ 




E-28 1 


ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 
J E-28 0.1°W 






FIELD 












ELEV 

50 








ELEV 
► 50 












^ 










BA5E 


i % [HI ro 


-i 




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*^ « LEU 




OPS 




■? 


V. ^^^ 




CONTROL -" 












TOWER 
149 


* 1 

142 ■ 


CO 

o 


Co 

o 








ELEV 


o 

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o 
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'C'^^k ^^k E-28 






50 












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ho 
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^^k * ^^^. " 






| 


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-t ^^^E-28 ^^k 






■ l 


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■^^^k. , ^^l. 


27°30'N 
A. 

187 


l 




D 




4^k ELEV 
-°^k. 37 


D 


D D < ^'^^ 


t °^H 


k V 


- 


FIRE — - ■ 
STATION 


' 


I E-28 


) E-28 

E 4 E 2 V ~ 






a 


i 1 

"1 ' 








ELEV 


1 


ELEV 






48 


1 


47 




35L 35R 






n 

X RWY13L-31R 

PCN 61 F/B/W/T 








RWY13R-31L 
PCN 82 F/C/W/T 






RWY 17L-35R 






PCN 69 F/B/W/T 
> RWY17R-35L 


5 






Sj PCN 61 F/B/W/T 


CO 




o 







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IX 




o 


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AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



KINGSVILLE, TEXAS 
KINGSVILLE NAS (KNQI) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



497 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 


LA GRANGE/ FAYETTE RGNL AIR CENTER (3T5) 
AL-9154(FAA) LA GRANGE, TEXAS 


AWOS-3 

124.175 

CTAF/UNICOM 

122.7 i i 






GCO 

121.725 






ELEV 

3M \9U 


4 i 




'°;m y 

\m 




/V 

/ 




li 


JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE 
OF CHANGE 

o.rw 




^A y 


^k MAINTENANCE 
™ " HANGARS 




^1 


1 i i i 
i . _ TERMINAL 














M^ ^^ HANGARS 










RWY 1 6-34 
S30 


m 












FIELD 
ELEV 
324 


/ 5» 








96° 


CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIR 


ED. 


1 
57' W 96°56.5' W 

1 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09239 



LA GRANGE, TEXAS 
LA GRANGE/ FAYETTE RGNL AIR CENTER (3T5) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



498 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09127 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



LACKLAND AFB (KELLY FLD ANNEX) (KSKF) 



AFD-371 [U5AF] 



SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 




ATIS* 120.45 
KELLY TOWER 

24.3 322.35 
GND CON 

21.8 289.4 



MAY 2009 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1°W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 
LACKLAND AFB (KELLY FLD ANNEX) (KSKF) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



499 



09295 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-865 (FAA) 



LAFAYETTE RGNL (LFT) 
LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA 



ATIS 
1 34.05 

LAFAYETTE TOWER 
118.5 257. 
GND CON 
121 

CLNC DEL 
125.55 



30°13'N- 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 




RWY 4L-22R 
S25, D32 

RWY 4R-22L 

SI 40, D170, ST175, DT290 

RWY 11-29 

S85, DUO, ST140, DT175 

CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



92°00'W 



91°59'W 



30 12'N — 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09295 



LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA 
LAFAYETTE RGNL (LFT) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



500 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09239 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



LAKE CHARLES/CHENNAULT INTL (CWF) 

AL-51 1 1 (FAA) LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA 



ATIS , , , 

120.0 

CHENNAULT TOWER* 

124.2 290.4 

GND CON 

121.65 275.8 



13 



30°14'N 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 




30°13'N 



30° 12'N 



RWY 15-33 

S75, ST1 75, D200, DT320, DDT750 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



93° 10'W 



93° 09' W 

=1 



93° 08' W 

d 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09239 



LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA 
LAKE CHARLES/CHENNAULT INTL (CWF) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



501 



08157 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-5083 (FAA) 



LAKE CHARLES RGNL (LCH) 

LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



08157 



LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA 

LAKE CHARLES RGNL (LCH) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



502 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-226 (FAA) 



LAREDO INTL (LRD) 

LAREDO, TEXAS 



ATIS 








125.775 


__ 






LAREDO TOWER* 








120.1 257.9 — 


~ ELEV " 8 X 






GND CON 
121.8 






ID 


V 










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ELEV 


■ >d ■ OF CHANGE 








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504 


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HANGARS £ 


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^^■B £ ■ 






FBO\ ^ 


^H S_|u M CUSTOMS/ 

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BORDER ■ 
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rc 1 

O I ^^."& ■ RWY 14-32 


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FIRE j 
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■ ^k ■ S50, D60, DTI 25 






~ n Id ^Ikalr.'' RWY 17L-35R 

■ ^pl S90, STI75, DI90, DT360 










TOWER — ■ 


1 ^B RWY 1 7R-35L 






604 _ 


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Z E 


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HANGARS - ! 3 


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♦ ^ FBO / m 

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1 9 olo ♦, S^ 474 1 






FREIGHT 
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■ ' ' 27 32 N 

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* RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
nrv / 2Sl 503 X ^992X READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY 
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484 ry-ri 






" 


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1 


'W \/A EMAS oo 
[2J — 363X170 


J 27'W 

1 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09351 



LAREDO, TEXAS 

LAREDO INTL (LRD) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



503 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-lll [USAF] 



LAUGHLIN AFB (KDLF) 
DEL RIO, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



DEL RIO, TEXAS 
LAUGHLIN AFB (KDLF) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



504 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-924 (FAA) 



LAWTON-FORT SILL RGNL (LAW) 

LAWTON, OKLAHOMA 



ATIS 

I 20.75 
LAWTON TOWER ' 

I I 9.9 257.8 
GND CON 
121.9 

Q 



CONTROL 
TOWER 
1182 



FIELD 
ELEV 
1110 



HANGARS 



RWY 17-35 

S45, D179, ST175, DT344 



V 



Iz 



\ 






♦ 






♦4 
\ 

TERMINAL 



HANGARS 
HANGARS 






JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 



- 34° 35' N 



35 ELEV 
1070 

CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



8°25'W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09295 



LAWTON, OKLAHOMA 

LAWTON-FORT SILL RGNL (LAW) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



505 



RPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-738 [USAF] 



LITTLE ROCK AFB (KLRF) 
JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS 



DECEMBER 2009 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1°W 



ATIS* 

119.175 251.1 

LITTLE ROCK TOWER 

120.6 269.075 

GND CON 

132.8 275.8 

CLNC DEL 

253.5 




RWY 7-25 

PCN 55 R/B/W/T 
RWY 069/249 (ASSAULT STRIP) 

PCN 53 F/A/W/T 



ELEV 
286 



, HOT CARGO 
(TERTIARY) 



^INSTRUMENT 
HOLD LINE 



X 



COMPASS ROSE 

HOT CARGO 
(SECONDARY) 



RPORT DIAGRAM 



JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS 
LITTLE ROCK AFB (KLRF) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



506 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-233 (FAA) 



LITTLE ROCK/ADAMS FIELD (LIT) 

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09295 



LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 

LITTLE ROCK/ADAMS FIELD (LIT) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



507 



09351 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-807 (FAA| 



LONGVIEW/ EAST TEXAS RGNL (GGG) 
LONGVIEW, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



LONGVIEW, TEXAS 

LONGVIEW/ EAST TEXAS RGNL (GGG) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



508 

09071 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 

LUBBOCK PRESTON SMITH INTL (LBB) 



AL-241 (FAA) 



LUBBOCK, TEXAS 



ATIS 1 








125.3 1 








LUBBOCK TOWER 


- 




- 


120.5 239.3 










GND CON 










121.9 348.6 










CLNC DEL 




. 




. 


125 8 281 55 


1 1 1 


i i i i 


i 


11111 ' 1 °°41 ' M 


ID 




FIELD 
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— 


'A 


1 






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3282 


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J 




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1 


£ for push/power back. 








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Advise GND CON when 
ready to taxi. 






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ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 




V 






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jj 4u rs 




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TOWER _ 






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ELEV 

3257 

\ 





082.1°^ 




ELEV 
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S100, D170, ST175, DT350 
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CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNV 


/AY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 




RWY 17R-35L 


READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY F 


OLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 


SI 00, Dl 70, ST1 75, DT350 


\ 


J 


101° 50' W 


101°49'W 


101°48' W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09071 



LUBBOCK, TEXAS 

LUBBOCK PRESTON SMITH INTL (LBB) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



509 



09071 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM m-^ifaaj 


MC ALLEN MILLER INTL (MFE) 

MC ALLEN, TEXAS 




| ATIS 




i 128.5 
*' I MC ALLEN TOWER* 










118.5 256.9 








GND CON 






/Ui 


121.8 






/•n 

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ID 




CARGO 








FACILTY JANUARY 2005 






^^^^ ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 






~~ o.rw 






CARGO 

APRON 


°6°1 1 ' N 




\ 






<v^. BORDER 










JZ^O US - CUSTOMS PATROL 






FIELD 
ELEV 
107 


/ JBT 1 APRON / 

£7^k \ 199 / FBO 

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RWY 1 8-36 ^^|6 96 
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CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 




98°15'W 98°14'W 
I i 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09071 



MC ALLEN, TEXAS 

MC ALLEN MILLER INTL (MFE) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



510 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09015 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 


AL-6002 (FAA) 


MENA INTERMOUNTAIN MUNI (MEZ) 
MENA, ARKANSAS 


AWOS-3 






118.025 






rTAF/iiMimu 1 i i i i 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 if T('M 




122.8 


OH J*l IN 






; 
















IS 






JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 






0.1°W 




ELEV 






1040 


RWY 9-27 




o ■»' 1 HANGARS 

Sal ■ / 


S75, D200, DT300 




RWY 1 7-35 




S75, D100, DT160 




Shi * 






111 05 GENERAL 






■ lu, AVIATION 






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■ x ^ 






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ELEV 




1050 






1080 








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1 

94° i: 


!'W 94.1 


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J J 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09015 



MENA, ARKANSAS 

MENA INTERMOUNTAIN MUNI (MEZ) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



511 



09071 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-254 (FAA) 



MERIDIAN/ KEY FIELD (MEI) 

MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 



J L_ 



_J I I L_ 



ATIS 

126.475 291.675 

KEY TOWER* 

119.8 257.8 
GND CON 

121.9 348.6 



ID 



J I I L_ 



_J I I • 



© 



ARMY 
GUARD 



© 



. , ANG 

' "'' " 6 HANGAR FIRE 

STATION 



ANG 
HANGAR 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 



ELEV 
286- 




RWY1-19 

SI 05, D175, ST175, DT325, 
RWY 4-22 

SI 5, D35, DT60 



J I I L_ 



_J L_ 



433 A 



j i i 



32°20'N - 



- J 32°19'N - 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING 
CLEARANCES. 

READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING 
INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



!°45'W 
J 



88°44'W 
I 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09071 



MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 

MERIDIAN/KEY FIELD (MEI) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



512 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



[USN] AFD-5079 



MERIDIAN NAS (MC CAIN FIELD) (KNMM) 
MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 



_ 






_ 




ATIS*273.2 










NAVY MCCAIN TOWER* 
126.2 340.2 


i i i i | i i i i 


1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 


, 






32°35'N 




GND CON 




Ml 






336.4 








D 1 50 x 200 












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301.0 


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ELEV 




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- 










316 




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%tl - 


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s'fs 


PCN 30 R/C/W/T 








o fl &$ 










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150 J E LEV 










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m 














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CO 
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CO 


- 











AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



MERIDIAN, MISSISSIPPI 
MERIDIAN NAS (MC CAIN FIELD) (KNMM) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



513 



09127 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-258 (FAA) 



MIDLAND INTL (MAF) 

MIDLAND, TEXAS 



1 1 


102°13'W vo , ., 


FIELD 


102°12'W 126.8 235.975 




wm^ 


ELEV 




MIDLAND TOWER* 




t 


i i u 


2871 




118.7 273.45 
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/ §■ 










/ 21 


121.9 348.6 






/ \°m 


CLNC DEL 


- 




k 1 


118.05 317.65 


- 




r ' 1 


Q 




JANUAR 


' 1 

Y 2005 ■ 






ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE ■ 






0J ° W M I 






1 ■■ 


i i i i 31°5~ 7 ' N 




ELEV ■ 






2868 ■ 






^^IfcL. *, M s 


19 L ELEV 






■ 2863 


/. 




o H 

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HOT 2 




*£■ NWS 
1 "° 




"%//#r=, HOT | ^ 


■ X 




HANGARS v */ \ / 1" \FIRE "° ■ 
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^^■^>?«< 


- 


^R^fc£j°/0 ELEV 
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- 


PARKING * 
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TOWER / ■ 


r 1 c ^ ^^»&> 


325 <r/ ■ I 


1 ^KP elev 


_ 


rc .,„' TERMINAL^. ■ 
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T 2846 1 






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- 


/ \ \S^ 
HANGARS _^ A /A/^TL, 627 X 
^~~# / ^) ELE V 150 
▼ / 1 2850 




_ 


HOT 3 593X 


RWY 4-22 




150 


S30, D60 
RWY 10-28 






SI 60, D200, ST1 75, DT350, DDT700 
RWY 16L-34R 
S30, D60 






RWY 16R-34L 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 


SI 60, D200, ST1 75, DT350, DDT700 




READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 













AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09127 



MIDLAND, TEXAS 
MIDLAND INTL (MAF) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



514 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09071 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-270 (FAA) 



MONROE RGNL (MLU) 

MONROE, LOUISIANA 



ATIS 125.05 
MONROE TOWER ' 
118.9 257.8 
GND CON 
121.9 
CLNC DEL 
121.65 

13 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1 °W 



HANGAR 



FIRE 
STATION 



RWY 4-22 

S75, Dl 70, ST1 75, DT290 
RWY 14 32 

S75, D170, ST175, DT290 

RWY 18-36 

S60, D75, ST95.DT130 



ELEV 
75 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



- 1 ' 32°30.0' N 



92°02.0'W 
I 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



MONROE, LOUISIANA 

MONROE RGNL (MLU) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



515 



09071 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-6080 (FAA) 



NEW BRAUNFELS MUNI (BAZ) 

NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS 



- 29°42'.5'N - 



ATIS 

119.325 

NEW BRAUNFELS TOWER* 

127.05 285.4 

GND CON 

120.175 

CLNC DEL 

1 34.75 



HANGARS 

* /' n JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

-t I \ 0.1'W 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



ELEV ■,, 
644 35 



98°02.5'W 



i°02'W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09071 



NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS 
NEW BRAUNFELS MUNI (BAZ) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



516 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 


NEW IBERIA/AO 
AL-5040 (FAA) 


\DIANARGNL(ARA) 

NEW IBERIA, LOUSIANA 


ASOS 

133.325 

ACADIANA TOWER*, 








125.0 239.3 
GND CON 
121.7 
CLNC DEL 
121.7 

B 




- 


X 

J 






HANGARS " • 








1 


^ _- HANGARS 

a ■ 




i i i i 


, x 














■ 

HANGAR 




f 


> i 

/°? — 

r 




FIELD 
ELEV 

24 


_^-f! 






'MB 

\1 




1 




^ HANGAR 




JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 


m c 






iii 


\\<£ a 
WS ®a 

\\> w a- 
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o\ \rr> ,oM 
-\\« 1 


i\ •- 

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1 CR • / 


^ HANGARS 


- 


\ \ SEAPLANE 
\\RAMP 

\\u - 


1 1 

■ 6 FBO^ 

■ FIRE » - 

■ STATION^—* 




RWY 1 6-34 

D105, ST133, DTI 63 


\ \ HANGAR 
DDT400 


1 D 1 J 

a / ' 

a -^ CONTROL 
\ V TOWER 

ul 105 

■=* aa 

'-ja, p. 

3A ^ELEV 
19 


■6- 


91°5: 


5'W 91°53.0'W 91°5 

J J 
CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 


2.5' W 









AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09295 



NEW IBERIA, LOUSIANA 

NEW IBERIA/ACADIANA RGNL (ARA) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



517 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-288 (FAA) 



NEW ORLEANS/ LAKEFRONT (NEW) 
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 



ATIS 

124.9 

LAKEFRONT TOWER* 

119.9 

GNDCON 

121.7 

CLNC DEL 

127.4 

13 



30° 03' N 



ELEV 
6 



RWY 9-27 

S50, D80, DTI 00 
RWY 18L-36R 

S35, D55, DT80 
RWY 18R-36L 

S60, Dl 75, ST1 75, DT200, DDT350 



ELEV 
181 6 



HAZARDOUS 
CARGO 



FIELD 
ELEV 



LAHSO^ 



ELEV 
5 



FIRE 
STATION 



c.% 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 
0.1'W 
HANGAR 



V/ FBO 



HANGARS 



CONTROL 
r TOWER 
122 
ELEV 
7 H 



CORPORATE 
HANGAR 



\36R / 

RUN-UP 
B AREAS 

1AHSO C 



M D 

D 



EAST 
RAMP 



♦ 

N 



© 



^ HANGAR 



r 



G G 
B F 



1.6° — - 3113X75 — 268.6° 

F F 



f\ 1 1 SJ 



ELEV 
5 



ELEV 
6 




LOUISIANA ANG 
PARKING 



U.S. CUSTOMS 

INSPECTION 

POINT 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



90° 02' W 



90° 01' W 

d 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09071 



NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 
NEW ORLEANS/ LAKEFRONT (NEW) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



518 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



AIDDr>>DT niA/^DAKA neworleans/ LOUIS ARMSTRONG NEW ORLEANS INTL(MSY) 

AlKrvJKI U\/\\j\\PJV\ AL-609(FAA) NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA 



ATIS 90°16'W 90°1S'W 
127.55 yU , W 


NEW ORLEANS TOWER | ln o nrN i 


1 1 1 1 i 1 I 1 


i 


H9.5 254.3 








GND CON 






121.9 273.525 






CLNC DEL 






127.2 


i i 




13 








RWY 1-19 




k 

Id 




S75, D180, ST175, DT380 








RWY 6-24 — 




r 




S75, D180, ST175, DT380 






600 

XI 50 

\ 


RWY 10-28 




S75, D180, ST175, DT380 


JANUARY 2005 


\ 




ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 


ELEV \ 




O.TWEST 


-2 






HOLDING c 61 
BAY S i K 

\ MS 






30° 00' N 


i i 1 i i i i 


i , i 1 i i | | 


, ri /? 




FIELD 
ELEV 




1 


ELEV m 




4 




^FBO 

s \ 


\7 


,o<^yo< 


?o_J 




^^^^L G 


7 t vV*M 


f ^^^Sfe" 


W « ELEV „o^^^ 


MO 


400 f ^^^^fc 
X 1 50 ^^^ 

f ®_ 


— u ^^^mm^^^. -^^^ m <""< 


CARGO^^ 


^^^^^^^o-^u, — 1 


~M NT 


AREA"^ | 


f o^^^^*4.^r) 




r ' /- 




■ ELEV 
1 1\ 2 


FIRE 


VsJ 


STATION 




90 * 5L / W P 




* t^Bt^T S »o ELEV 


— 29°59' N — 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


, , , /\^rl , ,' 


2 




CONTROL / / 




- 


TOWER / / 




- 


TERMINAL j* _ 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CL 


EARANCES. 




READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 




- 


- 





AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



NEWORLEANS, LOUISIANA 



09351 



neworleans/ LOUIS ARMSTRONG NEW ORLEANS INTL (MSY) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



519 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-630 [USN] 



NEW ORLEANS NAS JRB 
(ALVIN CALLENDER FLD) (KNBG) 
NEW ORLEANS, LOUSIANA 



ATIS* 276.2 

NAVY NEW ORLEANS TOWER 

123.8 340.2 

GNDCON 

121.6 382.8 


* 


AUGUST 2009 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1 W 


ELEV +" 


- 




i j 








/ 3 


^^r A " 


- 






h E-28 ^^F 

Is J0^ 


■ 

21 


- 






^w f 




- 




^W ELEV 




29°50'N 




. ^W ^ANG 

°^r elev 




- 




^r © ▲ AFRES 










E-28 A 

ELEV .^Px 
\ ^^Ki\) x „\ 

\ ^W 2oo-»;_ 


V 6 
© 


*" ±~60 HANGAR 

% 263 
ELEV ^ 89 

^W — HANGAR 

/ — FIRE 3 

STATION BASE OPS 
*~ " CONTROL 
80 VMR DET TOWER 
%^ - — 414 




cS? ELEV 
V 1 -2 

/ 

DE-ARM 
RAMP 


^^ USCG 

V 93 302 ELEV 

E-28 ^^\ ▼ VR HANGAR 




- 




./X5 


i 


29°49'N 




/ 


^^ ' ENGINE 
^^. TEST CELL 

^^V HIGH POWER 
^^ : V C *" TEST AREA 


RWY 4-22 

PCN 59 R/C/W/T 
RWY 14-32 

PCN 71 R/C/W/T 


FIELD 

ELEV 
2 








HL. hig 

E-28 \^k te: 


H POWER 
T AREA 




o 

o 

o 


Tp- ELEV 

/ " 
200x300 


o 

O 

o 


AIRPORT DIAG 


RAM 




WGS-84 DATUM 1 

WF 


■JEW ORLEANS, LOUSIANA 

\a/ npi fam^ was idr 



(ALVIN CALLENDER FLD)(KNBG) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



520 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



NORMAN/ UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA WESTHEIMER (OUN) 

AL-5672 (FAA) NORMAN, OKLAHOMA 



AWOS-3 

119.55 

WESTHEIMER TOWER* 

118.0 

GND CON 

121.6 



FIELD 
ELEV 
1182 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1 °W 



■ 35°15'N- 



RWY3-21 

S30, D50, DTI 00 
RWY 1 7-35 

S30, D50, DTI 00 




1315 



A 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



-35°14'N- 



97° 28'W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



NORMAN, OKLAHOMA 



09295 



NORMAN/ UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA WESTHEIMER (OUN) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



521 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



OKLAHOMA CITY/CLARENCE E. PAGE MUNI (RCE) 

AL 298 (FAA) OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 



AWOS-3 
125.05 

CTAF/UNICOM 
123.0 



-35°29.5'N- 



-35°29'N - 



RWY 1 7R-35L 
540, D60 

RWY 17L-35R 
S17 



ELEV 

1351 JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

a, o.rw 



HANGARS 



VI 



A-4 



FIELD 
ELEV 
1354 



A-3 



ELEV 
1343 



-J ..i 



1419± 



FIRE STATION 



| EXECUTIVE / 

FBO CORPORATE 

HANGARS 



I 



MAINTENANCE 



35R ELEV 
1339 



CO 



35L ELEV 
1342 



© 



97°49.5'W 



97°49'W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 

OKLAHOMA CITY/CLARENCE E. PAGE MUNI (RCE) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



522 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09239 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-739 (FAA) 



OKLAHOMA CITY/ WILEY POST (PWA) 
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 



ATIS 

1 28.725 

WILEY POST TOWER* 

126.9 306.9 

GND CON 

121.7 

ID 



RWY 13-31 




S35, D50 


DT90 


RWY 1 7L-35R 




S35, D50 


DT90 


RWY17R-35L 




S26 





-35°32.5'N 



-35°32.0'N 




JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1 W 



-35°31.5' 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTION IS REQUIRED. 



HANGARS 



97°39.0' W 

I 



97°38.5' W 
I 



97°38.0' W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09239 



OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 
OKLAHOMA CITY/ WILEY POST (PWA) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



523 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



OKLAHOMA CITY/ WILL ROGERS WORLD (OKC) 
AL-301 (FAA) OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09295 



OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 
OKLAHOMA CITY/WILL ROGERS WORLD (OKC) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



524 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09239 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-6553 [U5N] 



ORANGE GROVE NALF (KNOG) 
ORANGE GROVE, TEXAS 



ATIS* 254.325 










ORANGE GROVE TOWER * - 






- 




281.425 318.85 






^ / 




GND CON 












229.4 








/° 
/o 
ho 










o 
ELEV o? 
241 6{ x 


Is 








FIELD 












ELEV 




* o 

o 






> A 




257 




o 




?n ^ 








AUGUST 2009 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE . 
fc 0.1 G W 




°0 

% A 








^^^k;~-~ 




^Y '"'' 






^X 










-7 ^ 


V E-28 o 


#/" 










BLf E-28 




333 




C ^^^J 






it 






^ 1 1 1 1 






\ 




^^^ 






y*» 




"^^.A, 27°54'N 






/ 




^k&, 






CONTROL 




^fe? 


$ 




TOWER 






o 




Ok 


o 

CO 






mm ° 


^^k v E-28 








mm °'< 
mm "■ 
mm ° 








b a 




^^^ 








E-28 








Mm 






ELEV 








224 




mt 




RWY 1-19 








PCN 70 R/C/W/T 






mm o 




RWY 13-31 






mm <>•' 




PCN 57 R/C/W/T 






mm o 
o 




i 1 i i i i 






* 










/ ° 




27°53'N 






8 ELEV 








~- 225 



















AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



WGS-84 DATUM 



ORANGE GROVE, TEXAS 
ORANGE GROVE NALF (KNOG) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



525 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-341 [U5AF] 



RANDOLPH AFB (KRND) 
UNIVERSAL CITY, TEXAS 



/ 




ATIS * 290.525 


/ 




/ RANDOLPH TOWER* 


y£ OCTOBER 2009 




128.25 294.7 


/•? ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 




RANDOLPH GNDCON 


/<£> O.TW 




119.65 275.8 




CLNC DEL (RWY 14L-32R) 


/ 


/ /o* / 


338.35 




x x % y 


HANGOVER ATIS* 327.8 


— / 


^ / 


HANGOVER TOWER* 




CJ // 

o // 




120.5 291.1 




O A 




HANGOVER GNDCON 




* 






124.75 353.75 


. 


o 




x _^ 






o 




SJ o 




\> Hf 


I 




°s 




■?M^ BAK-15 w 


W 


31 




o o 

If 

BAK-15 WW 


A/ 

ELEV 








FIELD 
ELEV 




o 

&9 "V 


ELEV 
755 












742 


H 


■ y 


ELEV 


Al 




761 


*. 


8 








I 

■ 


745 




b 




z 

1 


G 


I 


V y <r 






f 


1 




1 


^t / 911 


■ A 








G2 




I 




I 


A2 








ELEV 


1 


/ ^\ BASE 


■ 












750 


/ ^< OPS — - 




ELEV 




, 








■ 




I 


740 




y 






ELEV 












/ 






745 


1 




\| 






/ 




G3 


ELEV 






A 




y 




740 


1 








A3 


/ 


CD 
CO 




ELEV 


■/ 




I 






/ 


x 




735/| 






ELEV 




oo^\ / 


to 








735 




to ^\ / 


o 
















o 


G4/ 


/ELEV 
730 


HANGOVER RANDOLPH 
CONTROL TOWER CONTROL TOWER 
ELEV 835' ELEV 848' .. 






A4 


o v ^4 

° / 












/ *' 


TRANSIENT ALERT FIRE STATION 


"""• 


J 




/ E 


\ 


* 










■ i i m m 








F 


ELEV ELEV 










G5 


725 730 












D 


C /a5 










RUN-UP 




t 








PAD 






/T 




G6 








CO 












rO 


/ ^ 












b 


/ **. 












° 


V *° 














/ ELEV 










ELEV 


/ 727 /w 


WA DJ ^ 




A6 


723 


A 3 


2L BAK-15 




BAK-15 AAA 


>v\ 


/•$ 


o 
o 




32 


R 5 


/<? 


o 


^~\ /"sP 




o 
o 


ro 








o 






ro 


o 


\/c? 


o 
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RWY 1 4L-32R 


/^\ 




PCN 67 R/B/W/T 


/ ^ 




RWY 14R-32L 




PCN 33 R/B/W/T 







AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



UNIVERSAL CITY, TEXAS 
RANDOLPH AFB (KRND) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



526 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



SAN ANGELO RGNL/ MATHIS FIELD (SJT) 

AL-367(FAA) SAN ANGELO, TEXAS 




ATIS 

28.45 319.0 
MATHIS TOWER 
118.3 284.7 
GND CON 
121.9 348.6 



-31°22'N - 

1916 
A 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 



GENERAL 
AVIATION 
PARKING 



RWY 3-21 

S70, Dl 00, ST1 27 
RWY 9-27 

S70, D100, ST127 
RWY 1 8-36 

S70, D100, ST127 



■ 31°21'N 



100°30'W 



00° 29.5' W 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09015 



SAN ANGELO, TEXAS 

SAN ANGELO RGNL/ MATHIS FIELD (SJT) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



527 



09351 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-369 (FAA) 



SAN ANTONIO INTL (SAT) 
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 

SAN ANTONIO INTL (SAT) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



528 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09071 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



SAN ANTONIO/ STINSON MUNI (SSF) 

AL-372 (FAA) SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 



ATIS 






128.8 


1 1 




STINSON TOWER* 




r 




118.2 379.9 








GND CON 




r 




121.7 379.9 




*> 




CLNC DEL (When Tower Closed] 




1 




121.7 






682 

A 




1 




JANUARY 2005 






ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 






o.r W 

,FBO 




1 in°iQ riki 1 1 1 


■A A-^ / 


i i i 




ELEV y\^ ▼ / 




HANGARS 

/ \ HANGAR 

A \ 

■ V 1 - 


571 4% ▲ HANGARS 

"X ~ // / 1 

\^LjC * / / / TERMINAL/ 


(T% ♦ / /CONTROL TOWER 


I 


%. *♦/ 


.^FBO 


D- 2 


\ "< 






/ 


O^s^^l^^^^^ 


c ^k +V HANGARS 

A 'OO^^^^^fcL^ \0 -o ,ELEV 




FIELD 






ELEV 
577 


- 






/ 564 




°^L 






'°^^a 




&L 




> 


X 






"t\. 


1 nn°iQ'M 1 1 




n^fc i — 






■— ^^^L- ' 


RWY 9-27 






SI 2, D20 




ELEV— >n, 
553 


RWY 14-32 






SI 2, D20 






CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY 


CROSSING CLEARANCES 




READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 




1 nn°i n nil 1 1 1 












98°28.5'W 98°28'W 

1 1 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 

SAN ANTONIO/ STINSON MUNI (SSF) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



529 



09127 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



SHERMAN/DENISON/GRAYSON COUNTY (GYI) 
AL-389 (FAA) SHERMAN/DENISON, TEXAS 




AWOS3 
775 
GRAYSON COUNTY TOWER * 

20.575 233.7 
GND CON 

24.125 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

o.rw 



RWY 1 7L-35R 
S75, D100, ST127, DT160 



33M2.0' N ■ 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 

READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



096°41 .0' W 



096°40.0' W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09127 



SHERMAN/DENISON, TEXAS 
SHERMAN/DENISON/GRAYSON COUNTY (GYI) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



530 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09183 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-392 (FAA) 



SHREVEPORT DOWNTOWN (DTN) 

SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 



ASOS 
118.525 

DOWNTOWN TOWER* 

120.225 284.6 

GND CON 

121.65 

CLNC DEL 

1 20.75 (When Tower Closed) 



HANGARS 



A 



268: 



GENERAL 
AVIATION 
PARKING 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 



ELEV 
178 



32°32.5' N 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



93°45'W 



93°44.5'W 



RWY 5-23 
SI 2.5 

RWY 14-32 

S35, D55 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09183 



SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 

SHREVEPORT DOWNTOWN (DTN) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



531 



09183 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-884 (FAA) 



SHREVEPORT RGNL (SHV) 

SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 



ATIS 
128.45 

SHREVEPORT TOWER 
121.4 236.775 
GND CON 
121.9 236.775 
CLNC DEL 
124.65 



ID 



HANGARS 



CARGO 



32°27'N- 




JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 

RWY 5-23 

S75, Dl 58, ST1 75, DT280 
RWY 14-32 

S75, D190, ST175, DT400 



ELEV 
222 



& . 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



93°49'W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09183 



SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 

SHREVEPORT RGNL (SHV) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



532 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



06215 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-5165(FAA) 



SPRINGDALE MUNI (ASG) 
SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS 



AWOS-3 

1 24.675 

SPRINGDALE TOWER* 

118.2 

GND CON 

121.6 94°07'.5"W 



94°07'W 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1 °W 




■36°11'N- 



36°10'.5"N J 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 
I 



36°10'SH 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



06215 



SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS 
SPRINGDALE MUNI (ASG) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



533 



09183 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-5151 (FAA) 



STILLWATER RGNL (SWO) 
STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09183 



STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA 
STILLWATER RGNL (SWO) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



534 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09071 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



TEXARKANA RGNL-WEBB FIELD (TXK) 
AL-420 (FAA| TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS 



ATIS 

120.2 -I 

TEXARKANA TOWER* 

123.875 235.625 

GND CON 

119.225 

13 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1° W 



ELEV 
NORTH RAMP 361 



ELEV- 
384 



33°27.5'N- 




CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



RWY 4-22 

S50, D86, ST109, DTI 20 
RWY 13-31 

S25 



-33°26.5'N- 



ELEV 

386 



94°00'W 



93° 59.5'W 



93°59'W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09071 



TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS 
TEXARKANA RGNL-WEBB FIELD (TXK) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



535 



09239 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AFD-299 [USAF] 



TINKER AFB (KTIK) 
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 




ATIS 270.1 * 
TINKER TOWER 

24.45 251.05 
GND CON 

21.8 275.8 
CLNC DEL 
119.7 335 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 
TINKER AFB (KTIK) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



536 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



TULSA/ RICHARD LLOYD JONES JR. (R VS) 
AL-5427 (FAA) TULSA, OKLAHOMA 



ATIS 

126.5 

RIVERSIDE TOWER 

120.3 

GNDCON 

121.7 

CLNC DEL 

124.5 



721. 



FIELD 
ELEV 
638 



JANUARY 2005 
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 



RWY01R-19L 
S30, D60 

RWY01L-19R 
S30, D60 

RWY 13-31 
S30 



- L 36°02.5'N- 




* «r% 



L 36°02.0' N- 



CAUTION: BE ALERT TO RUNWAY CROSSING CLEARANCES. 
READBACK OF ALL RUNWAY HOLDING INSTRUCTIONS IS REQUIRED. 



95°59.0' W 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09295 



TULSA, OKLAHOMA 
TULSA/ RICHARD LLOYD JONES JR. (RVS) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



537 



09351 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-432 |FAA| 



TULSA INTL (TUL) 

TULSA, OKLAHOMA 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



09351 



TULSA, OKLAHOMA 

TULSA INTL (TUL) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



538 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09183 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-8S4 (FAA) 



TUPELO RGNL (TUP) 
TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09183 



TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI 
TUPELO RGNL (TUP) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



539 



AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-622 (FAA) 



TYLER POUNDS RGNL (TYR) 
TYLER, TEXAS 



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AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09295 



TYLER, TEXAS 
TYLER POUNDS RGNL (TYR) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



540 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09127 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



[USAF] AFD-135 



VANCE AFB (KEND) 
ENID, OKLAHOMA 



ATIS 115.4 263.15 
VANCE TOWER * 
124.05 259.1 
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ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

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RWY 1 7C-35C 

PCN 23 R/C/W/T 
RWY 17R-35L 

PCN 27 R/C/W/T 



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ENID, OKLAHOMA 
VANCE AFB (KEND) 



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AL-579 (FAA) 



541 

WACO/TSTC WACO (CNW) 
WACO, TEXAS 




AWOS-3 

34.225 
TSTC TOWER * 

24.0 255.7 
GNDCON 
121.7 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

0.1 "W 



31° 38' N- 



RWY 1 7L-35R 

S50, D200, DT450 
RWY 1 7R-35L 

S25, D76, DTI 40 



97° 05' W 
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AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09351 



WACO, TEXAS 
WACO/TSTC WACO (CNW) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



542 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



09295 

AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



AL-439 (FAA) 



WACO RGNL (ACT) 

WACO, TEXAS 




ATIS 
123.85 
WACO TOWER 

19.3 257. 
GND CON 
121.9 



JANUARY 2005 

ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 

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AIRPORT DIAGRAM 

09295 



WACO, TEXAS 

WACO RGNL (ACT) 



SC, 1 7 DEC 2009 to 1 1 FEB 201 



AIRPORT DIAGRAMS 



543 



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AFD-454 [USAF] WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS 




AIRPORT DIAGRAM 



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