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Full text of "NACOmatic; FAA; NACO; Instrument Approach Plates; IAP; TPP; TERPS; Airport/Facility Directories; Cycle 1004; Apr 8 - May 6, 2010"

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01J 


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92 


51J 


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325 


ASN 


=> 


68 


CTY 


=> 


79 


02A 


=> 


39 


52A 


=> 


193 


ATL 


=> 


161 


CTZ 


=> 


251 


04A 


=> 


57 


52J 


=> 


311 


AUO 


=> 


32 


CUB 


=> 


316 


06A 


=> 


70 


53A 


=> 


196 


AVL 


=> 


245 


CVG 


=> 


218 


06FA 


=> 


153 


54J 


=> 


81 


AVO 


=> 


73 


CWV 


=> 


173 


07A 


=> 


70 


54M 


=> 


371 


AYS 


=> 


213 


CXU 


=> 


170 


08A 


=> 


71 


58J 


=> 


338 


AZE 


=> 


186 


CZL 


=> 


170 


09A 


=> 


36 


5AL 


=> 


46 


BBP 


=> 


310 


DAB 


=> 


81 


09J 


=> 


188 


60A 


=> 


35 


BCT 


=> 


75 


DBN 


=> 


180 


11A 


=> 


40 


60J 


=> 


278 


BFM 


=> 


59 


DCM 


=> 


313 


12J 


=> 


35 


61A 


=> 


37 


BGE 


=> 


165 


DCU 


=> 


42 


14A 


=> 


274 


65J 


=> 


214 


BGF 


=> 


380 


DED 


=> 


82 


14J 


=> 


44 


67A 


=> 


47 


BHC 


=> 


166 


DHN 


=> 


43 


15A 


=> 


40 


68J 


=> 


138 


BHM 


=> 


34 


DKX 


=> 


357 


15J 


=> 


155 


70A 


=> 


56 


BIJ 


=> 


167 


DLC 


=> 


317 


16J 


=> 


177 


70J 


=> 


169 


BKV 


=> 


76 


DNL 


=> 


165 


17J 


=> 


179 


71A 


=> 


63 


BNA 


=> 


368 


DNN 


=> 


176 


18A 


=> 


170 


71J 


=> 


63 


BNL 


=> 


309 


DPL 


=> 


266 


181 


=> 


238 


75J 


=> 


157 


BOW 


=> 


74 


DQH 


=> 


179 


19A 


=> 


188 


78A 


=> 


265 


BQK 


=> 


167 


DTS 


=> 


82 


IDS 


=> 


332 


7 9J 


=> 


30 


BQN 


=> 


302 


DVK 


=> 


219 


20A 


=> 


62 


7NC 


=> 


280 


BRY 


=> 


215 


DWU 


=> 


215 


24A 


=> 


294 


80C 


=> 


301 


BUY 


=> 


247 


DYA 


=> 


42 


24J 


=> 


104 


82A 


=> 


168 


BWG 


=> 


216 


DYB 


=> 


337 


25A 


=> 


71 


82J 


=> 


126 


BXG 


=> 


213 


DYR 


=> 


350 


25J 


=> 


176 


83J 


=> 


12 6 


CAE 


=> 


315 


DZJ 


=> 


166 


2 6A 


=> 


31 


88J 


=> 


307 


CCO 


=> 


163 


ECG 


=> 


254 


27A 


=> 


181 


8N0 


=> 


252 


CDK 


=> 


78 


ECP 


=> 


124 


27K 


=> 


223 


92A 


=> 


340 


CDN 


=> 


311 


EDE 


=> 


253 


28A 


=> 


264 


99N 


=> 


309 


CEU 


=> 


314 


EDN 


=> 


44 


28J 


=> 


123 


AAF 


=> 


72 


CEW 


=> 


79 


EET 


=> 


28 


2GC 


=> 


257 


AAS 


=> 


217 


CEY 


=> 


235 


EGI 


=> 


83 


2IS 


=> 


78 


ABO 


=> 


302 


CGC 


=> 


80 


EHO 


=> 


291 


2RR 


=> 


132 


ABY 


=> 


155 


CHA 


=> 


344 


EHR 


=> 


227 


31A 


=> 


273 


ACJ 


=> 


156 


CHN 


=> 


149 


EKQ 


=> 


234 


33A 


=> 


32 6 


ACZ 


=> 


296 


CHS 


=> 


312 


EKX 


=> 


220 


33J 


=> 


49 


AFP 


=> 


295 


CKF 


=> 


174 


EKY 


=> 


33 


35A 


=> 


338 


AGS 


=> 


164 


CKI 


=> 


325 


EOD 


=> 


372 


38J 


=> 


323 


AHN 


=> 


157 


CKV 


=> 


345 


EOE 


=> 


331 


3RU 


=> 


214 


AIK 


=> 


307 


CLT 


=> 


249 


EQY 


=> 


274 


40J 


=> 


12 9 


AIV 


=> 


30 


CLW 


=> 


78 


ETC 


=> 


294 


41A 


=> 


68 


AJR 


=> 


175 


COF 


=> 


126 


EUF 


=> 


45 


42J 


=> 


100 


AKH 


=> 


258 


COI 


=> 


110 


EVB 


=> 


116 


43A 


=> 


293 


ALX 


=> 


29 


CPC 


=> 


298 


EWN 


=> 


276 


47A 


=> 


171 


AMG 


=> 


156 


CPX 


=> 


304 


EXX 


=> 


267 


47M 


=> 


342 


ANB 


=> 


31 


CQW 


=> 


313 


EYF 


=> 


255 


48A 


=> 


173 


AND 


=> 


308 


CRE 


=> 


332 


EYW 


=> 


100 


48X 


=> 


124 


APF 


=> 


115 


CRG 


=> 


97 


EZM 


=> 


181 


49A 


=> 


182 


APT 


=> 


356 


CSG 


=> 


174 


FAY 


=> 


257 


50M 


=> 


350 


ARW 


=> 


309 


CSV 


=> 


348 


FBG 


=> 


292 


51A 


=> 


186 


ASJ 


=> 


243 


CTJ 


=> 


171 


FDW 


=> 


339 



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FFA 


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266 


HSV 


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54 


MAI 


=> 


108 


OAJ 


=> 


264 


FFC 


=> 


164 


HUA 


=> 


64 


MAO 


=> 


328 


OBE 


=> 


117 


FFT 


=> 


222 


HVC 


=> 


227 


MAZ 


=> 


304 


OCF 


=> 


117 


FGU 


=> 


346 


HVS 


=> 


323 


MBT 


=> 


366 


OCW 


=> 


297 


FGX 


=> 


221 


HWO 


=> 


92 


MCF 


=> 


105 


OGB 


=> 


332 


FHB 


=> 


85 


HXD 


=> 


324 


MCN 


=> 


192 


OKZ 


=> 


204 


FLL 


=> 


87 


HYW 


=> 


316 


MCO 


=> 


120 


OMN 


=> 


122 


FLO 


=> 


318 


HZD 


=> 


354 


MCZ 


=> 


298 


ONX 


=> 


252 


FMY 


=> 


88 


IGX 


=> 


248 


MDQ 


=> 


54 


OPF 


=> 


113 


FPR 


=> 


90 


IIY 


=> 


212 


MEB 


=> 


272 


OPN 


=> 


208 


FQD 


=> 


288 


ILM 


=> 


299 


MEM 


=> 


363 


ORL 


=> 


118 


FTK 


=> 


224 


I MM 


=> 


95 


MGE 


=> 


178 


OWB 


=> 


236 


FTY 


=> 


160 


INT 


=> 


301 


MGM 


=> 


61 


OZR 


=> 


36 


FXE 


=> 


86 


I OB 


=> 


235 


MGR 


=> 


198 


PAH 


=> 


237 


FYE 


=> 


376 


IPJ 


=> 


268 


MHP 


=> 


194 


PAM 


=> 


143 


FYM 


=> 


351 


ISM 


=> 


119 


MIA 


=> 


112 


PBI 


=> 


151 


FZG 


=> 


182 


ISO 


=> 


267 


MKL 


=> 


355 


PBX 


=> 


237 


GAD 


=> 


48 


IXA 


=> 


286 


MKS 


=> 


330 


PCM 


=> 


130 


GCY 


=> 


352 


JAU 


=> 


355 


MKY 


=> 


108 


PDK 


=> 


159 


GEV 


=> 


265 


JAX 


=> 


98 


MLB 


=> 


110 


PFN 


=> 


125 


GGE 


=> 


319 


JES 


=> 


189 


MLJ 


=> 


194 


PGD 


=> 


131 


GHM 


=> 


343 


JFX 


=> 


55 


MMI 


=> 


340 


PGV 


=> 


261 


GIF 


=> 


154 


JKA 


=> 


50 


MMT 


=> 


32 9 


PHH 


=> 


308 


GKT 


=> 


373 


JKL 


=> 


228 


MNI 


=> 


327 


PHK 


=> 


122 


GLW 


=> 


224 


JNX 


=> 


292 


MNV 


=> 


361 


PHT 


=> 


369 


GMU 


=> 


321 


JQF 


=> 


251 


MOB 


=> 


60 


PIE 


=> 


135 


GNV 


=> 


91 


JWN 


=> 


367 


MOR 


=> 


365 


PIM 


=> 


200 


GRD 


=> 


321 


JYL 


=> 


207 


MQI 


=> 


271 


PLR 


=> 


63 


GSB 


=> 


290 


JZI 


=> 


313 


MQW 


=> 


193 


PMP 


=> 


130 


GSO 


=> 


260 


JZP 


=> 


187 


MQY 


=> 


375 


PMZ 


=> 


280 


GSP 


=> 


322 


KAYX 


=> 


340 


MRC 


=> 


347 


PNS 


=> 


127 


GVL 


=> 


184 


LAL 


=> 


103 


MRH 


=> 


246 


POB 


=> 


281 


GWW 


=> 


259 


LBT 


=> 


269 


MRN 


=> 


275 


PRN 


=> 


49 


GYH 


=> 


320 


LCQ 


=> 


102 


MSL 


=> 


62 


PSE 


=> 


305 


GZH 


=> 


45 


LEE 


=> 


104 


MTH 


=> 


107 


PUJ 


=> 


176 


GZS 


=> 


370 


LEX 


=> 


229 


MUL 


=> 


198 


PVE 


=> 


360 


HAB 


=> 


51 


LGC 


=> 


190 


MVC 


=> 


60 


PXE 


=> 


200 


HBI 


=> 


245 


LHW 


=> 


183 


MWK 


=> 


275 


PYG 


=> 


333 


HDI 


=> 


345 


LHZ 


=> 


269 


MXF 


=> 


58 


PYP 


=> 


38 


HEG 


=> 


97 


LKR 


=> 


32 6 


MYR 


=> 


330 


RBW 


=> 


339 


HEY 


=> 


52 


LNA 


=> 


150 


NBC 


=> 


310 


RCZ 


=> 


286 


HFF 


=> 


270 


LOR 


=> 


56 


NCA 


=> 


277 


RDU 


=> 


284 


HKY 


=> 


263 


LOU 


=> 


231 


NDZ 


=> 


152 


RHP 


=> 


244 


HNZ 


=> 


279 


LOZ 


=> 


230 


NIP 


=> 


99 


RKW 


=> 


371 


HOE 


=> 


186 


LQK 


=> 


334 


NJM 


=> 


247 


RMG 


=> 


203 


HOP 


=> 


217 


LRO 


=> 


330 


NKT 


=> 


250 


RNC 


=> 


362 


HQU 


=> 


209 


LSF 


=> 


191 


NPA 


=> 


128 


RSW 


=> 


89 


HRJ 


=> 


256 


LUG 


=> 


360 


NQA 


=> 


364 


RUQ 


=> 


288 


HRT 


=> 


94 


LUX 


=> 


32 6 


NQX 


=> 


101 


RVJ 


=> 


202 


HSE 


=> 


262 


LZU 


=> 


190 


NRB 


=> 


109 


RVN 


=> 


371 


HST 


=> 


93 


MAC 


=> 


192 


NSE 


=> 


152 


RVR 


=> 


303 



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RWI 


=> 


287 


TWT 


=> 


241 


RYY 


=> 


158 


TYS 


=> 


358 


SAV 


=> 


205 


TZV 


=> 


242 


SBO 


=> 


207 


UCY 


=> 


379 


SCD 


=> 


68 


UDG 


=> 


317 


sex 


=> 


369 


UKF 


=> 


277 


SDF 


=> 


232 


UOS 


=> 


373 


SEF 


=> 


137 


UZA 


=> 


334 


SEM 


=> 


67 


VAD 


=> 


197 


SFB 


=> 


121 


VDF 


=> 


139 


SGJ 


=> 


133 


VDI 


=> 


211 


SIF 


=> 


285 


VLD 


=> 


211 


SIG 


=> 


305 


VNC 


=> 


148 


SJU 


=> 


306 


VPC 


=> 


172 


SME 


=> 


240 


VPS 


=> 


146 


SMS 


=> 


337 


VQQ 


=> 


96 


SNH 


=> 


372 


VQS 


=> 


304 


SOP 


=> 


279 


VRB 


=> 


149 


SPA 


=> 


337 


VUJ 


=> 


244 


SPG 


=> 


134 


WDR 


=> 


214 


SRB 


=> 


376 


WRB 


=> 


202 


SRQ 


=> 


136 


XFL 


=> 


123 


SSC 


=> 


336 


XMR 


=> 


77 


SSI 


=> 


168 


XNO 


=> 


331 


STT 


=> 


381 


ZEF 


=> 


255 


STX 


=> 


381 


ZPH 


=> 


154 


SUA 


=> 


137 








SUT 


=> 


278 








SVH 


=> 


293 








SVN 


=> 


187 








SYI 


=> 


374 








SYV 


=> 


208 








SZY 


=> 


373 








TBR 


=> 


206 








TCL 


=> 


69 








TDF 


=> 


287 








TGC 


=> 


378 








THA 


=> 


379 








TIX 


=> 


142 








TLH 


=> 


138 








TMA 


=> 


210 








TMB 


=> 


111 








TNT 


=> 


111 








TOC 


=> 


210 








TOI 


=> 


69 








TPA 


=> 


140 








TPF 


=> 


139 








TRI 


=> 


342 








TTA 


=> 


289 








TTS 


=> 


115 








TVI 


=> 


209 









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I This Airport/Facility Directory is a Civil Flight Information Publication published and distributed every eight weeks by the FAA, 
| Department of Transportation, National Aeronautical Navigation Services, 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. 

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NOTICE: Changes must be received by the Aeronautical Information Services as soon as possible but not later than the 
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Cut-off date 

4 Feb 10 

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27 May 10 

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

FOR CHARTING ERRORS CONTACT: 

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SSMC-4 Sta. #4259 
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs) are answered on our website at http://aeronav.faa.gov. 
See the FAQs prior to contact via toll free number. 

FOR PROCUREMENT CONTACT: 

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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 
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This Airport/Facility Directory comprises part of the following sections of the United States Aeronautical Information 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

General Information Inside Front Cover 

Abbreviations 2 

Directory Legend 4 

Airport/Facility Directory 

Alabama 22 

Florida 66 

Georgia 146 

Kentucky 205 

North Carolina 233 

South Carolina 291 

Tennessee 324 

Puerto Rico 365 

Virgin Islands 370 

City/ Military Airport Cross Reference 372 

Seaplane Landing Areas 373 

Special Notices 375 

Regulatory Notices 390 

FAA and National Weather Service 

Telephone Numbers 391 

Key to Aviation Weather Reports 392 

AirTraffic Facilities Telephone Numbers 394 

Air Route Traffic Control Centers 396 

Flight Service Station Communication Frequencies 398 

Flight Standards District Offices 402 

Routes/Way points 

Low Altitude Preferred Routes 403 

Low Altitude Directional Routes 410 

High Altitude Preferred Routes 410 

High Altitude Directional Routes 454 

Q-Routes 461 

RNAV Routing Pitch and Catch Points 464 

VFR Waypoints 475 

VOR Receiver Check 483 

Parachute Jumping Areas 489 

Aeronautical Chart Bulletins 495 

Supplemental Communication Reference 507 

Airport Diagrams 514 

National Weather Service (NWS) Upper Air Observing Stations 656 

En route Flight Advisory Service (EFAS) Inside Back Cover 



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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 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 





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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 



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9 

CITY NAME 



f 



DIRECTORY LEGEND 
SAMPLE 

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9 



AIRPORT NAME (ALTERNATE NAME) (LTS) (KLTS) CIV/MIL 3N UTC-6( 
200 B S4 FUEL 100 OX 1 TPA— 1000(800) AOE Class IV, ARFF 



& &(& & & 



5DT) N34°41.93' W99°20.20' JACKSONVILLE 

Index A NOTAM FILE ORL Not insp. COPTER 

T T H-4G, L-19C 

(19) (20) IAP, DIAP, AD 



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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) 



ASDA-11704 
ASDA-12004 



LDA-11504 
LDA-11704 



Rwy 173-353: 3515 X 150 

a 



V 81© 



a\a e V © 
a o 
ol a 
at a 



(25)-> FUEL J8(MM) (NC-100, A) FLUID W SP PRESAIR LOX <— (26) 

OIL 0-128 TRAN ALERT Avbl 1300-0200Z:t, svc limited weekends. 










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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) 
D 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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DIRECTORY LEGEND 



^ SKETCH LEGEND 

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



Metal Surface kSXXxXxXXXXXXXXXXX^ ,, n „ /nMI - 7~ ^ MnR i;M 



VOR/DME 



■ ■ n NDB 



Sod, Gravel, etc MMMMMM TACAN <^> NDB/DME 

Light Plane , __i 

Ski Landing Area or Water MISCELLANEOUS AERONAUTICAL 

Under Construction | ." pcati ipcc 

Closed IX X] Airport Beacon <r 

„_^ Wind Cone i»- $— 

Helicopter Landings Area vv Landing Tee I— 

Tetrahedron •- 

Displaced Threshold _■■_■_■_■■■ 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 
=^ a^ A system e.g. (Aj) Negative symbology, e.g., /jfc 

Building5 ™ ' Q indicates Pilot Controlled Lighting (PCD. 

Power Lines 5 » — T T— ^^^^ 

Runway Centerline Lighting ^^^^^| 

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



To 



wers 



\ A A 1 M M vM) Approach Lighting System ALSF-1 . . Ii"'j 

a^ Short Approach Lighting System 
(§) SALS/SALSF IH" 



Tanks 1 O =* Simplified Short Approach Lighting , , 

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

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

V (MALS and MALSF)/(SSALS 
• (g) and SSALF) |„ 

*•* Medium Intensity Approach Lighting ( 

5812 <C^ System (MALSR) and RAIL ""r" 

Obstruction A ji Omnidirectional Approach 

W Lighting System (ODALS) i 

Controlling Obstruction . + (d) Navy Parallel Row and Cross Bar . . . = 



Smoke Stack 



P- P' ^T) Air Force Overrun 
Q-O OO W 



Trees 00 00 

©Visual Approach Slope Indicator with 
Standard Threshold Clearance provided 

Populated Places /g\ Pulsating Visual Approach Slope Indicator 

^ (PVASI) 

r . „ j [-.,, Cut Fill st\ Visual Approach Slope Indicator with a 

Cuts and Fills lllllllu (Vj) threshold crossing height to accomodate 

long bodied or jumbo aircraft 



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

^ (TRCV) 
Ditch _________ ^ Approach Path Alignment Panel (APAP) 

Hill Jlr% © Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) 



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6 DIRECTORY LEGEND 

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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DIRECTORY LEGEND 



© 



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 
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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8 DIRECTORY LEGEND 

© 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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DIRECTORY LEGEND 9 

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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10 DIRECTORY LEGEND 

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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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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@ RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION 

The Airport/Facility Directory lists, by facility name, all Radio Aids to Navigation that appear on National Aeronautical 
j Navigation Services 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 (HI WAS) 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 F-requency 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 
throughout the 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. 

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Distance 

(NM) 

25 

40 

40 
100 
130 
100 



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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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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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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. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



22 



ALABAMA 



UTC-6(-5DT) N31°36.01' W85°14.29' 



ABBEVILLE MUNI (0j0) 3 n 

468 NOTAM FILE ANB 

RWY 17-35: H2915X80 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 17: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Thld dsplcd 300'. 

RWY 35: Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17 VASI OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



NEW ORLEANS 




N34°12.56' W87°09.48' 
Not insp. 



ADDISON MUNI (2as) i ne utc-6(-5dt) 

786 NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 04-22: 2631X112 (TURF) 

RWY 04: Trees. RWY 22: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 04 marked by white cones with black tips. Length and width subject to change 

without notice. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



ALABASTER 



SHELBY CO (EET) 4 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°10.67' W86°46.99 
586 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE EET 
RWY 16-34: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 0.3% up SE. 

RWY IB: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 57'. Bldg. 

RWY 34: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. Rgttfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z-0100Z:t. Fuel 24 hr credit card svc 

avbl. Balloon ops, hang gliding, parachute jumping and motorized 

parachutes ops are prohibited. Noise abatement area NW of arpt. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 16-34, REIL Rwy 16 and Rwy 34 and PAPI 

Rwys 16 and 34— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 134.325 (205)663-5881. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® BIRMINGHAM APP/DEP CON 123.8 

6C0 121.725 (BHM CLNC DEL) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

BROOKWOOD (L)VORTACW 111.0 OKW Chan 47 N33°14.37' 
W87-15.00' 099° 23.8 NM to fid. 649/00E. 



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(8A0) 3 SW UTC-6{-5DT) 



ALBERTVILLE RGNL-THOMAS J BRUMLIK FLD 

N34°13.75' W86°15.35' 
1032 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE 8A0 
RWV 05-23: H6114X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-60, D-90, DT-130 
MIRL 0.5% up NE 

RWV 05: PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300Z:t-dusk, Sun 

1830Z^-dusk. Jet A premixed with prist. Unrestricted vehicle 
access. MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset med ints dusk-0500Z}-, to 
increase ints and ACTIVATE after 0500Z4: — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 05 and 
Rwy 23 opr dusk-0500Zt; after 0500Zt ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.575 (256) 891-8259. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® BIRMINGHAM APP/DEP CON 132.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GAD. 

GADSDEN (DVOR/DME 112.3 GAD Chan 70 N33°58.58' 

W86°05.01' 329° 17.4 NM to fid. 560/02E. 
SARATOGA NDB (MHW) 296 ARF N34°15.17' W86°13.41' 230° 
2.1 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE ANB. 



ATLANTA 

H-6K, 9A, L— 181 

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ALEXANDER CITY N32°52.76' W85°57.68' NOTAM FILE ANB. 
NDB (MHW) 382 DER 359° 2.1 NM to Thomas C Russell Fid. 



ATLANTA 
L— 181 



ALEXANDER CITY 

THOMAS C RUSSELL FLD (alxj 2 sw utc-6(-5dt) 

686 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 1S-3B: H5425X96 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 1.4% up N 
RWV 18: PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 619'. Trees. 
RWV 36: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 25'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1330-2300ZJ;. Fuel 24 hr credit card svc 
avbl. REIL Rwy 36 OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 18-36 ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.325 (256) 329-1820. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® MONTGOMERV APP/DEP CON 121.2 (1200-0500ZJ;) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.45 (0500-1200Zt) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 
TUSKEGEE (DVOR/DME 117.3 TGE Chan 120 N32°29.09' 

W85°40.16' 328° 29.7 NM to fid. 490/02E. 
ALEXANDER CITV NDB (MHW) 382 DER N32°52.76' 
W85°57.68' 359° 2.1 NM to fid. 



N32°54.88' W85°57 




SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



24 



ALABAMA 



ALICEVILLE 

GEORGE DOWNER (AIV) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°06.39' W88°11.87' 
150 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY OB-24: H4970X80 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWVOB:Thld dsplcd 193'. 

RWY 24: Thld dsplcd 613'. Brush. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 06-24 cracked with vegetation 

and loose aggregate. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAFAJNICOM: 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GWO. 

BIGBEE (L)VORTACW 116.2 IGB Chan 109 N33°29.13' 
W88°30.82' 141° 27.7 NM to fid. 240/04E. HIWAS. 




ANDALUSIA N31°18.57' W86°23.53' NOTAM FILE ANB. 

(T)VORW 110.2 UIA at South Alabama Rgnl at Bill Benton Fid. 
VOR unusable: 

360°-009° byd 10 NM, 
010°-080° 



330/00E. Unmonitored. 



NEW ORLEANS 
L-22H 



(79J) CIV/MIL 4 E UTC-6(-5DT) 



NOTAM FILE ANB 



NEW ORLEANS 

H-6K, 9A, L-22H 

DIAP 



ANDALUSIA-OPP 

SOUTH ALABAMA RGNL AT BILL BENTON FLD 

N31-18.53' W86-23.63' 
310 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,4 
RWY 11-29: H5001X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 11: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

RWY 29: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
MILITARY SERVICE: FUEL A+ (NC-100LL, A) Military contract fuel avbl 

Mon-Fri 1300-0600Z:t, Sat-Sun 1400-OOOOZi: other times call 

334-222-0638. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2230Z1;. After hrs avbl; 

call 334-222-0638/334-427-0733. When twr clsd ACTIVATE 

MIRL Rwy 11-29 and VASI Rwy 11 and 29—119.55. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Mil opr hrs Mon-Fri 1430-2200Z1; exc holidays and 

by NOTAM. MISC Wx observer avbl Mon-Fri 1430-2230Z1;, exc hoi. 

Wx observation augmented Mon-Fri 1430-2230Z:t, exc hoi. Other 

times wx observation automated. Ctc Cairns AAF for forecast 

service Mon 0600Z:t-Sat 0700Z:t, except holidays. Wx 

observation visibility restricted south-southeast due to building. 

Remote briefing svc avbl 26 OWS, Barksdale AFB, DSN 

781-4775, C866-223-9328 (toll free). 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 134.875 (334) 222-9770. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.55 UNICOM 122.8 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 133.45 239.4 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Zt, Tue-Sat 24 hrs), other times ctc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 

ANDALUSIA-OPP TOWER 119.55 317.75 (1430-2200Z:t) Mon-Fri except holidays and by NOTAM. 
GND CON 121.9 273.45 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1430-2300Z1;, except holidays other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW (H) VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' W86°40.75' 024° 32.4 NM to fid. 255/03E 
HIWAS. 

ANDALUSIA (T)VORW 110.2 UIA N31°18.57' W86°23.53' at fid. NOTAM FILE ANB. Unmonitored. 

JUDD NDB (MHW) 264 JUY N31°18.31' W86°23.45' at fid. NOTAM FILE ANB. Unmonitored Sun and 
Mon 0500-1200Z1;. 











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25 



ANNISTON METROPOLITAN (ANB) 5 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N33 35.29' W85°51.49' 
612 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,4 ARFF Index— See Remarks NOTAM FILE 
RWV 05-23: H7000X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-90, D-160, ST-175, DT-260, DDT-620 HIRL 

RWV 05: MALSR. PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. 

RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1330-OOOOZt.. For fuel after hrs call 

256-835-4410. Svc fee 0000-1330Z}.. Birds on and invof Rwy 

05-23. For FBO svcs during arpt attendance hrs call 

256-831-4410. Class I, ARFF Index A. CLOSED to air carrier ops 

with more than 30 passenger seats except PPR call 

256-831-4410. Index B ARFF equipment avbl all hrs. ACTIVATE 

MALSR Rwy 05, HIRL Rwy 05-23, PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 and 

REIL Rwy 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.675 (256)835-3931. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 123.6 UNICOM 123.0 

RCO 123.6 122.2 (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® BIRMINGHAM APP/DEP CON 125.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

TALLADEGA (L) VOR/DME 108.8 TDG Chan 25 N33°34.51' 
W86°02.56' 083° 9.3 NM to fid. 530/02E. 

BOGGA NDB (LOM) 211 AN N33°32.06' W85°55.85' 049° 4.9 
NM to fid. 

ILS 111.5 l-ANB Rwy 05. Class IA. LOM BOGGA NDB. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Ctc Anniston Radio for airport advisory service on 123.6. 

ARDMORE (1M3) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N34°58.67' W86°53.08' 
920 S4 NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 01-19: 2700X100 (TURF) 

RWV 01: Tree. RWV 19: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri dalgt hrs. Rwy 01-19 marked with white cones and 2 inch PVC pipe. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.9 



ATLANTA 

, 12F, L— 181 

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ASHLAND/LINEVILLE (26A) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°17.04' W85°48.54 
1065 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 09-27: H3997X80 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWV 09: Thld dsplcd 212'. Pole. 

RWV 27: Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 09-27 Igtd thld W end relocated 

212', 3785' of rwy Igtd at ngt. Rwy 09 dsplcd thld marked with 

Igts only. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

TALLADEGA (L) VOR/DME 108.8 TDG Chan 25 N33°34.51' 
W86°02.56' 144° 21 NM to fid. 530/02E. 




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26 



ALABAMA 



ATMORE MUNI kjri, 

287 B S4 FUEL 



3E UTC-6(-5DT) N31°00.97' W87°26.81' 
100LL NOTAM FILE ANB 



MIRL 




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ASDA-4776 


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ASDA-4682 


LDA-4506 



RWY 18-36: H4952X80 (ASPH) S-16 

RWY 18: PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 270'. 

RWY 36: PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 176'. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 18: TORA-4952 TODA-4952 

RWY 36: TORA-4952 TODA-4952 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2300Z:t, weekends on call. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36 and PAPI Rwy 18 and 36— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

PENSACOLA APP/DEP CON 126.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

MONROEVILLE (L)VORTAC 116.8 MVC Chan 115 N31°27.63' 
W87°21.17' 186° 27 NM to fid. 420/04E. 



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777 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE AUO 
RWY 18-36: H5264X100 (ASPH) S-45, D-75, ST-95 HIRL 0.9% up N 

RWY 18: Trees. RWY 36: MALSF. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. 

RWY 11-29: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-25, D-42 MIRL 

RWY 11: Trees. 

RWY 28: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 22'. Thld dsplcd 297'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-0100ZJ:, Sat-Sun 

1400-2300ZJ:. Fuel service after hrs and holidays 

334-501-3100. Student fit training during dalgt hrs, Mon-Fri. 

Coyotes and deer occasionally on and invof arpt. TPA — for acft 

139 Kts and less 1577(800), 140 Kts and above 1777(1000). Jet 

start capabilities avbl. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 18-36, MIRL Rwy 

11-29, PAPI Rwy 29 and Rwy 36 and MALSF Rwy 36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 132.575 (334) 821-4932. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 125.5 (bio 7000') 126.55 (7000' & abv) 
(1015-0200Z:t) CLNC DEL 118.7 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.45 (0200-1015ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CSG. 

COLUMBUS (L)VORTAC 117.1 CSG Chan 118 N32°36.92' 
W85°01.06' 269° 21.1 NM to fid. 630/01E. 

TUSKEGEE (L) VOR/DME 117.3 TGE Chan 120 N32°29.09' W85°40.16' 
NOTAM FILE ANB. 

OPOLE NDB (L0M)423 AU N32°30.55' W85°26.23' 001° 6.4 NM to fid. 

ILS 110.1 l-AUO Rwy 36. LOM OPOLE NDB. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Tmpry twr by NOTAM for special events. 




055° 14.3 NM to fid. 490/02E. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



ALABAMA 



27 



BAY MINETTE MUNI (IRS) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°52.22' W87°49.16 
248 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, A+ NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 08-26: H5500X79 (ASPH) S-28 MIRL 0.8% up E 

RWV 08: REIL. PAPI(P2L). RWV 26: PAPI(P2L). 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0800ZJ:. For svc after hrs call 

251-937-2900. UNICOM attended by ground personnel. High 

concentration of civilian fit training. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 08-26 

and PAPI Rwy 08 and Rwy 26 — CTAF. Rwy 08 REIL OTS indef. Rwy 

26 PAPI OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8. 
® MOBILE APP/DEP CON 118.5 (1200-0500Z:f.) 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.65 (0500-1200Z:f.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

SEMMES (H)VORTACW 115.3 SJI Chan 100 N30°43.56' 
W88°21.56' 068° 29.2 NM to fid. 190/05E. 



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ROY E. RAY (5R7) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°27.28' W88°12.63' NEW ORLEANI 

80 S2 FUEL 100LL, MOGAS NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 18-36: 2000X150 (TURF) 

RWV 18: Pole. RWV 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended on call. For arpt attendant call 334-824-4538. Parachute Jumping. Rwy 18-36 marked 

with white garbage can tops. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



BESSEMER (EKY) 3 SE UTC-6{-5DT) N33 18.76' W86°55.58' 
700 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 05-23: H6007X100 (ASPH) S-60, D-60 MIRL 
RWV 05: REIL. VASI(V2L). 
RWV 23: REIL. VASI(V2L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0200ZJ;. Rwy 05 VASI and REIL OTS 
indef. Rwy 23 VASI and REIL OTS indef. ACTIVTE MIRL Rwy 
05-23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS— 3 118.825 (205)424-3127. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® BIRMINGHAM APP/DEP CON 124.9 CLNC DEL 123.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

BROOKWOOD (L)VORTACW 111.0 OKW Chan 47 N33°14.37' 

W87°15.00' 075° 16.9 NM to fid. 649/00E. 
ILS/DME 111.75 l-EKY Chan 54(Y) Rwy 05. Glide slope 
unusable byd 4° rgt of course. 



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BIRMINGHAM-SHUTTLESWORTH INTL <bhm) 4 ne utc-6(-5dt) N33°33.83' W86°45.i4' 

650 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 LRA Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE BHM 
RWY 06-24: H12002X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-175, D-205, ST-175, DT-350 HIRL CL 

RWY 06: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.8° TCH 39'. 

RWY 24: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Thld dsplcd 1200'. 

Tree. 0.7% down. 
RWY 18-36: H7100X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-170, ST-175, 

DT-240 MIRL 

RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.2° TCH 52'. Ground. 

RWY 36: REIL. Trees. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVDL 

RWY 06 18-36 8700 

RWY 36 06-24 5150 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Bird activity invof all rwys. 

Twy F between twys G and B rstd to acft weighing 100,000 pounds 

or less. Twy N rstd to acft weighing 204,000 lbs or less. Twy M 

north of Rwy 06-24 rstd to acft 75,000 lbs or less. Twy G 

restricted to acft 65,000 lbs or less. Twy A6 clsd indef. MALSR 

Rwy 24 controlled by twr but ops unmonitored. South ramp clsd to 

transient tfc permanently. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (205) 591-6172. WSP. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 119.4 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.2 123.65 (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 127.675 (231°-049°) 123.8 (050°-230°) 

TOWER 119.9 118.25 GND CON 121.7 CLNC DEL 125.675 
PRE-TAXI CLNC 125.675 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

VULCAN (H)VORTAC 114.4 VUZ Chan 91 N33°40.21' W86°53.99' 129° 9.8 NM to fid. 750/02 

MC DEN NOD (HW/LOM) 224 BH N33°30.68' W86°50.74' 059° 5.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE BHM. 

ROEBY NDB (LOM) 394 RO N33°36.46' W86°40.73' 235° 4.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE BHM. 

ILS 110.3 l-BHM Rwy 06. CLASS HE. LOM MC DEN NDB. 

ILS/DME 109.5 l-ROE Chan 32 Rwy 24. CLASS IE. LOM ROEBY NDB. 

ILS/DME 111.3 l-BXO Chan 50 Rwy 18. (LOC only). 



ATLANTA 

, 9A, L-18H 

IAP, AD 




BLACKWELL FLD (see ozark) 


BLOOD N31°49.82' W86°06.33' NOTAM FILE TOI. 
NDB (MHW/LOM) 365 TO 070° 5.1 NM to Troy Muni. 


NEW ORLEANS 
L-181 


BOGGA N33°32.06' W85°55.85' NOTAM FILE ANB. 
NDB (LOM) 211 AN 049° 4.9 to Anniston Metropolitan. 


ATLANTA 
L-181 



BOLL WEEVIL N31°20.36' W85°58.92' NOTAM FILE ANB. NEW ORLEANS 

NDB(MHW)352 BVG 116° 4.8 NM to Enterprise Muni. Unmonitored Sun and Mon 0500-1200Z:t. L-22H 
Unusable byd 20 NM. 

BRANTLEY N31°33.71' W86°17.58' NOTAM FILE ANB. NEW ORLEANS 

NDB(MHW)410 XBR 120° 34.4 NM to Cairns AAF. NDB unmonitored Sun and Mon 0500-1200Z1;. L-22H 



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BREWTON MUNI (12J) 3 S UTC-6(-5DT) N31 o 03.05' W87°03.96 

99 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 

RWV 06-24: H5136X150 (ASPH) S-40, D-60 
RWV 06: Trees. RWV 24: Trees. 

RWV 12-30: H5001X150 (ASPH) S-40, D-60 MIRL 
0.3% up SE 
RWV 12: PAPI(P2L). RWV 30: PAPI(P2L). 

RWV 18-36: H3999X150 (ASPH) 

RWV 18: Thld dsplcd 743'. Trees. RWV 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Zt, Sat 

2030-2300ZT-. After hrs call 334-867-2124. Rwy 18-36 CLOSED 
indef. Rwy 36 no numbers; partial centerline. Rwy 06-24 fixed 
distance markers 500' from rwy ends. Rwy 12-30 fixed distance 
markers 500' from rwy ends. Military training acft monitor 
UNICOM and yield to all civilian ops. Military acft require prior 
coordination with NAS Whiting Fid, DSN 868-7654, 
C850-623-7645. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 12-30 and PAPI Rwy 12 
and Rwy 30 — CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.325 (251) 809-2987. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.2 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW (H)VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' W86°40.75 
HIWAS. 



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BROOKLEY N30°36.76' W88°03.33' NOTAM FILE BFM. 

(I)VORTAC 112.8 BFM Chan 75 318° 1.1 NM to Mobile Downtown. 30/04E. 

VOR unusable byd 30 NM bio 2000' MSL. 
RCO 122. 1R 112. 8T (ANNISTON RADIO) at Mobile Downtown. 



NEW ORLEANS 
L-21C, 22G 



BR00KW00D N33°14.37' W87°15.00' NOTAM FILE ANB. 

(L)VORTACW 111.0 OKW Chan 47 075° 16.7 NM to Bessemer. 649/00E. 
VORTAC unusable: 
205°-220°. 



ATLANTA 
L-18H 



BRUNDIDGE MUNI (60A) 1 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N31°43.97' W85°48.25' NEW ORLEANS 

476 NOTAM FILE ANB L-181 

RWV 05-23: H3000X80 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWV 05: Trees. RWV 23: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED indef. Extensive helicopter opr during summer months. Rwy 05-23 MIRL 

OTS indef. Rwy 05 low area 150' from thld to right. Rwy 05-23 cracked and deteriorating with low spots. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

WIREGRASS (L) VORTAC 111.6 RRS Chan 53 N31°17.08' W85°25.87' 323° 33 NM to fid. 347/02E. HIWAS. 

SPRING HILL NDO(MHW) 281 XNE N31°41.06' W85°58.46' 075° 9.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE ANB. 



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BUTLER-CHOCTAW CO (09A) 5 NE UTC-6{-5DT) N32°07.16' W88°07.65 
134 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 11-29: H4080X80 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 0.4% up E 

RWY 11: Trees. RWY 29: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 27'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 11-29 OTS indef. VASI Rwy 

29 OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 11-29 and VASI Rwy 

29— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MERIDIAN APP/DEP CON 119.2 (1300-0500Z:t) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.55 (0500-1300Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GWO. 

KEWANEE (L) VORTAC 113.8 EWA Chan 85 N32°22.01' 
W88°27.50' 127° 22.4 NM to fid. 300/04E. 



MEMPHIS 
L-18H 

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NEW ORLEANS 

H-9A, L-221 

□ IAP, AD 



IDENTAPLATES for acft are 
OIL 0-156 TRAN ALERT 



CAIRNS AAF (FORT RUCKER) (0ZR)(K0ZR) A 5S UTC-6(-5DT) 
301 B NOTAM FILE OZR Not insp. 

RWY 18-36: H5025X150 (ASPH) PCN 20 F/A/Y/T MIRL 
RWY 06-24: H4546X150 (ASPH) PCN 41 F/B/Y/T HIRL 

RWY 06: MALSR. 
MILITARY SERVICE: JASU (MD-3) FUEL J8 + 100 AVCARDs and AIRCARDs not accepted, 
accepted. The following are required and should be on these cards: DODAAC, APC. 
Svc avbl Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z:t, Sun 1400-2200Z:t. 
MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Fit Hazard for Fort Rucker and Supplementary Arpt Remarks for Cairns AAF. RSTD All 
tran acft 1 hr PPR. All RON acft, and arr/dep acft with code aboard etc Base OPS DSN 558-8361/8433 
C334-255-8361 24 hrs. CAUTION Possible hydroplaning due to standing water on intersection of Rwy 06-24 and 
Rwy 18-36 following rain. Intensive student training. MISC Acft inbound with codes etc Base OPS 45 NM out. A 
tran acft crew member must remain with acft during refueling opr. Forecast avbl Mon 0600Zt—Sat 0700Z:t, 
except holidays. Wx observation automated and augmented as rqr 24 hr. Wx observation visibility rstd 
southwest-northwest due to building. Remote briefing svc avbl 26 OWS, Barksdale AFB, DSN 781-4775, 
C866-223-9328 (toll free) or http://ows.barksdale.af.mil. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 135.2 ATIS 111.2 316.15 
® APP/DEP CON 133.45 239.4 (220°-340°) 121.1 319.25 (341°-020°) 125.4 327.125 (021°-120°) 133.75 

270.35 (121°-219°) (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Z:t, Tue-Sat 24 hrs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 353.5 

TOWER 135.2 111.2 248.55 (Mon-Fri 1200-0700Z:t. When twr clsd etc Cairns App/Dep Con 125.4 327.125.) 
6ND CON 121.9 288.25 CLNC DEL 118.075 380.1 PMSV METRO 134.1 348.8 (Remote Briefing svc avbl Shaw 
AFB, 28 OWS DSN 965-0588, C803-895-0588, toll free C877-297-4129.) Backup, PTD 126.2 371.35 
OPS 126.2 371.35 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1200-0700Z:t except holidays other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

(DVOR/DME 111.2 OZR Chan 49 N31°16.14' W85°43.58' at fid. 326/2E. Unmonitored Sun and Mon 
0500-1200Z:t. 
VOR unusable: 

016°-049° byd 20 NM 
221°-234° byd 20 NM 
DME unusable: 
001°-019° 
RUCKR NDB (MHW/LOM) 212 

0500-1200Z:t. 
ILS 109.7 l-OZR Rwy 6 



307°-315° byd 17 NM 



OZ N31°13.54' W85°48.96' 061° 6.0 NM to fid. Unmonitored Sun and Mon 



LOM RUCKR NDB. RUCKER LOM unmonitored Sun and Mon 0500-1200Z:t. 
Back course unusable. Localizer usable to 080° either side of front course. 
ASR/PAR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



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CAMDEN MUNI (61A) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N31 58.79' W87-20.35 
143 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 18-3B: H4303X80 (ASPH) S-27 MIRL 

RWV 18: VASI(V2L). RWV 36: VASI(V2L). 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 36 VASI OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 18-36 — CTAF. 6' ditch 172' from thld Rwy 18 across entire 

apch. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

MONROEVILLE (L)VORTAC 116.8 MVC Chan 115 N31°27.63' 
W87°21.17' 357° 31.1 NM to fid. 420/04E. 




CAPSHAW N34°46.42' W86°46.74' NOTAM FILE HSV. 

NDB (MHW) 350 CWH 180° 8.2 NM to Huntsville Intl-Carl T. Jones Fid. 



ATLANTA 
L-18H 



CARL FOLSCM (see elba) 



CENTRE 



CENTRE MUNI (C22) 3E UTC-6(-5DT) N34°09.59' W85°38.11' 
619 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 09-27: H3401X80 (ASPH) S-16 LIRL 0.5% up E 

RWV 09: Trees. RWV 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. For arpt attendance call 

256-927-5222. Rwy 09-27 no centerline markings. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' 
W85°07.17' 269° 25.7 NM to fid. 1150/01E. HIWAS. 



ATLANTA 
L— 181 

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CENTRE-PIEDMONT-CHEROKEE CO RGNL 

596 B NOTAM FILE ANB 

RWY 07-25: H5500X100 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 07: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 07-25— C 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75 
WS5°07.17' 259° 24.8 NM to fid. 1150/01E. HIWAS. 



(PYP) 5 S UTC-6(-5DT) 



N34-05.40' W85°36.60' ATLANTA 

H-9A, 12F, L— 181 

IAP 




CENTREVILLE 

BIBB CO (0A8) 3E UTC-6(-5DT) N32°56.22' W87°05.43' 
251 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 10-28: H4206X80 (ASPH) S-18 MIRL 0.3% up E 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1330-2230Z:t. For svc after hrs 

call 205-225-0075. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.25 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

BROOKWOOD (L)VORTACW 111.0 OKW Chan 47 N33°14.37' 
W87°15.00' 156° 19.8 NM to fid. 649/00E. 



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ROY WILCOX (5R1) 3E UTC-6(-5DT) N31°27.11' W8S°11.67 
165 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 12-30: H4000X80 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWV 12: Thld dsplcd 200'. Tree. RWV 30: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer on and invof rwy. Block cracking 

and raveling with loose aggregate. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122. 8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GWO. 

GREENE CO (H) VORTACW 115.7 GCV Chan 104 N31°05.88' 
W88°29.17' 030° 26 NM to fid. 300/05E. 



NEW ORLEANS 
L-22D 




CLANTON 



UTC-6(-5DT) 
NOTAM FILE ANB 
S-16 MIRL 0.5% up W 



N32-51.03' W86°36.69 



GRAGG-WADE FLO (02A) 1 e 

585 B S4 FUEL 100LL 
RWV 08-26: H4008X100 (ASPH) 
RWV 08: Thld dsplcd 819'. Tree. 
RWV 26: Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t. After hrs 

205-280-4586. Fuel 24 hr credit card svc avbl. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MONTGOMERV APP/DEP CON 121.2 (1200-0500Z:t) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.25 (0500-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

BROOKWOOD (L) VORTACW 111.0 OKW Chan 47 N33°14.37' 

W87°15.00' 126° 39.8 NM to fid. 649/00E. 
NDB (MHW) 338 GGY N32°51.19' W86°36.67' at fid. NDB 
unmonitored. Unusable byd 15 NM. 




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CLAYTON MUNI (11A) 2W UTC-6(-5DT) N31°53.00' WS5°29.11 
435 B FUEL JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 09-27: H5010X80 (ASPH) MIRL 0.3% up E 

RWY 09: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.20° TCH 30'. Thld dsplcd 279'. Trees. 
RWY 27: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 27 PAP] OTS indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.775 (334) 775-8414. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 121.1 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Z4:, Tue-Sat 24 

hrs), other times etc 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.55 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

EUFAULA (L)VORTAC 109.2 EUF Chan 29 N31°57.02' 
W85°07.83' 256° 18.6 NM to fid. 280/02E. 



NEW ORLEANS 

H-9A, L— 181 

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ATLANTA 

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COURTLAND 

LAWRENCE COUNTY (9A4) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N34°39.56' W87-20.93 
588 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X3,4 NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 17-35: H5000X150 (CONC) 

RWY 17: Tree. 
RWY 13-31: H5000X150 (CONC) MIRL 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-OOOOZt, Sun 

1900-2300Z:t-. After hrs call 256-642-0220. Fuel 24 hr credit 

card sve avbl. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset low ints, to incr ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® HUNTSVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.05 (1200-0600ZJ;). 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 (0600-1200ZJ;). 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MSL. 

MUSCLE SHOALS (L) VORTACW 116.5 MSL Chan 112 N34°42.41 
W87°29.49' 111° 7.6 NM to fid. 580/01E. 




CRAIG FLO (See SELMA) 



(15A) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) 



NEW ORLEANS 



CREOLA 

MARK REYNOLDS/NORTH MOBILE CO 

N30°54.79' W87°58.83' 
60 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 03-21: 2000X180 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 03: Trees. RWY 21: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 03-21— CTAF. Rwy 03-21 NSTD LIRL; no thld Igts 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



CRIMSON N33°15.53' W87°32.21' NOTAM FILE ANB. ATLANTA 

(L)VORTAC 117.8 LDK Chan 125 236° 4.4 NM to Tuscaloosa Rgnl. 370/03E. L-18H 

RCO 122. 1R 117. 8T (ANNISTON RADIO) 



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FOLSOM FLD (3A1) 5N UTC-6(-5DT) N34°16.12' W86°51.48' 

969 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ TPA— 1969 (1000) NOTAM FILE 3A1 
RWV 02-20: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.6% up N 

RWV 02: REIL. PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. Tree. 

RWV 20: REIL. PAPI(P2L). 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t-. CLOSED Christmas Day. 

For svc after hrs call 256-708-2295. Fuel 24 hr credit card svc 

avbl. Parachute Jumping. Extensive flight training within arpt area. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 124.175 (256) 775-7476. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HUNTSVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.05 (1200-0600ZJ;) 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 (0600-1200ZJ;) 

ECO 121.725 (HUNTSVILLE CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

VULCAN (H)VORTAC 114.4 VUZ Chan 91 N33°40.21' 
W86°53.99' 001° 35.9 NM to fid. 750/02E. HIWAS. 



ATLANTA 

H-BK, OA, L-1BH 

IAP 




DAUPHIN ISLAND (4R9) NW UTC-6I-5DT) N30' 15.63' W88°07. 65 
5 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 12-30: H3000X80 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 12: PVASI(PSIL). Thld dsplcd 202'. 

RWV 30: PVASI(PSIR). Thld dsplcd 140'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Birds on and invof arpt. Extensive 

banner tow ops around island coast line and north to Mobile. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 12-30 and PVASI Rwy 12 and Rwy 30— CTAF 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BFM . 

BRO0KLEV(L)V0RTAC 112.8 BFM Chan 75 N30°36.76' 
W88°03.33' 186° 21.4 NM to fid. 30/04E. 




DECATUR N34°38.90' W86°56.37' NOTAM FILE DCU. 

(DVORW/DME 112.8 DCU Chan 75 at Pryor Fid Rgnl. 590/01W. HIWAS. 
RCO 122.6 (ANNISTON RADIO) at Pryor Fid Rgnl. 



ATLANTA 
L-18H 



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DECATUR 



PRYOR FLD RGNL (DCU) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N34°39.16' W86-56.72 
592 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X3,4 NOTAM FILE DCU 

RWY 18-36: H6107X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-35, D-55, DT-95 HIRL 

RWY 18: REIL. 

RWY 36: REIL. PAPI(P2L). 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Zt--dusk. PPR for attendant after hrs 

call 256-232-2470 or 256-729-8676. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 

18-36, REIL Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 and PAPI Rwy 36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.375 (256) 350-4270. 

HIWAS 112.8 DCU. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 

DECATUR RCO 122.6 (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® HUNTSVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.05 (1200-0600ZJ:) 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 (0600-1200ZJ:) 



ATLANTA 

H-6K, SA, L-18H 

IAP 



RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DCU. 

DECATUR (DVORW/DME 112.8 DCU Chan 75 
W86°56.37' at fid. 590/01W. HIWAS. 



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113 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 04-22: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-38, DT-60 MIRL 
RWY 04: PAPI (P2R)— GA 3.25° TCH 43'. Trees. 
RWY 22: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 43'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1345-2300ZJ:. For arpt attendant after 
hrs call 334-289-5849 or 334-216-3160. Deer on and invof 
arpt. PAEW adjacent N side Rwy 04-22. Rwy 04-22 20' shoulders 
on both sides of rwy. ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 04 and Rwy 22 and MIRL 
Rwy 04-22— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.475 (334) 289-1466 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MERIDIAN APP/DEP CON 119.2 (1300-0500ZJ:) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.25 (0500-1300ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MEI. 

MERIDIAN (H)VORTAC 117.0 MEI Chan 117 N32°22.71' 
W88°48.26' 078° 43.5 NM to fid. 580/05E. 
HIWAS. 
MARENGO NDB (MHW) 391 RZO N32°24.86' W88°00.92' 048° 
4.3 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE ANB. Ops 1345-0045ZJ:. 



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DOTHAN RGNL (DHNJ(KDHN) CIV/MIL 5 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°19.26' W85°26.97' 
401 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE DHN 
RWV 14-32: H8498X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-105, DT-190 PCN 34 F/B/X/T HIRL 

RWV 14: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Pole. 

RWV 32: MALSR. 
RWV 18-36: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-75, D-105, DT-190 PCN 30 

F/B/X/T HIRL 0.3% up N 

RWV 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 500'. 

Trees. 

RWV 36: Trees. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 14: TORA-8498 TODA-8498 ASDA-8498 LDA-8498 

RWV 18: TORA-5500 TODA-5500 ASDA-5500 LDA-5000 

RWV 32: TORA-8498 TODA-8498 ASDA-8498 LDA-8498 

RWV 36: T0RA-5000 T0DA-5000 ASDA-5000 LDA-5000 
MILITARY SERVICE: FUEL (NC-100LL) A, A+ (Flightline of Dothan, Inc, 

C334-983-5555, Mon-Fri 1030-0300ZJ:, Sat-Sun 

1100-0300ZJ:. After hrs $25 fee.) 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. 48 hours PPR for 

unscheduled air carrier opr with more than 30 passenger seats 

0500-1200ZJ: call arpt manager 334-983-8100. Maximum twy 

width for Rwy 14-32 is 75'. ARFF personnel on duty at arpt 24 

hrs. Rwy 18 thld Igts are 30 ft from approach end of rwy. When twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 14-32; PAPI and 

REIL Rwy 14 and MALSR Rwy 32 — CTAF. HIRL Rwy 18-36 and PAPI Rwy 18 avbl by prior req during attended 

hrs-call 334-983-8100/8103. REIL Rwy 18 operates by twr when Rwy 18 is active. Landing fee for commercial 

acft over 12,500 lbs. 
MILIARY REMARKS: RSTD USAF not authorized to opr C130 and C135 acft on Rwy 18-36. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (C334) 983-5999. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.4 ATIS 135.72 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.5 122.2 255.4 (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 125.4 327.125 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500ZJ:, Tue-Sat 24 hrs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CDN 134.3 

TOWER 118.4 257.6 (Mon-Fri 1200-0300ZJ:, Sat and Sun 1400-0200ZT-) 6ND CON 121.7 348.6 
VFRADVSVSVC 118.4 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1200-0300ZJ:, Sat and Sun 1400-0200ZJ; other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

WIREGRASS (L) VORTAC 111.6 RRS Chan 53 N31°17.08' W85°25.87' 335° 2.4 NM to fid. 347/2E. 
HIWAS. 

ILS 108.3 l-DHN Rwy 32. Class IE. 

ILS/DME 110.75 l-ODA Chan 044(Y) Rwy 14. 




DOUBLE SPRINGS-WINSTON CO (3M2) 4E UTC-6(-5DT) N34°08.66' W87°19.67 
753 B S4 NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 03-21: H3403X79 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWV 03: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300ZT-. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

HAMILTON (L)VORTACW 110.4 HAB Chan 41 N34°11.93' 
W88°00.70' 093° 34.2 NM to fid. 802/02E. HIWAS. 




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CARL FOLSOM (14J) 2W UTC-6(-5DT) N31 o 24.60' W86°05.42 
258 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 01-19: H3050X75 (ASPH) S-4 MIRL 

RWY 19: Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 01-19 has 344' by 100' asphalt 

overrun on the north end. Wind indicator Igts OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

WIREGRASS (L)VORTAC 111.6 RRS Chan 53 N31°17.08' 
W85°25.87' 281° 34.7 NM to fid. 347/02E. HIWAS. 



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361 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 05-23: H5080X100 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47'. 
RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:):. All fuel avbl dally 

1400-OOOOZt. TPA— Category 'A' and 'B' acft 1161(800), TPA— 
Category 'C acft 1861(1500). MIRL Rwy 05-23, PAPI Rwy 05 and 
Rwy 23 and REIL Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 opr dusk-0530Z4:, after 
0530ZT- ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 133.45 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Z:t, Tue-Sat 24 

hrs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 
WIREGRASS (L)VORTAC 111.6 RRS Chan 53 N31°17.08' 

W85°25.87' 270° 24.1 NM to fid. 347/02E. HIWAS. 
(T)VORW 116.6 EDN N31°17.78' W85°54.16' at fid. 

Unmonitored. 
BOLL WEEVIL NDB (MHW) 352 BVG N31°20.36' W85°58.92' 
116° 4.8 NM to fid. Unmonitored Sun and Mon 0500-1200Z:t. 
Unusable byd 20 NM. 

EUFAULA N31°57.02' W85°07.83'. NOTAM FILE ANB. 

(L)VORTAC 109.2 EUF Chan 29 at Weedon Fid. 280/02E 
RCO 122. 1R 109.2T(ANNIST0N RADIO) 



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WEEDON FLD (EUR) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N31°57.08' W85°07.74' 
285 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 18-36: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 
RWV 18: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Trees. 
RWV 36: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. For svc after hours call 
334-367-9003. Rwy 18-36 MIRL opr dusk-0400Z:t, after 
0400Zt- ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36 and PAPI Rwy 18 and Rwy 
36 — CTAF. Arpt located in wildlife refuge - constant bird hazard. 
Low flying helicopters in traffic pattern. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

EUFAULA RCO 122. 1R 109. 2T (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 125.5 (bio 7000') 126.55 (7000' 8, abv) 
(1015-0200ZT-) CLNC DEL 134.25 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.45 (0200-1015Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

EUFAULA (L)VORTAC 109.2 EUF Chan 29 N31°57.02' 
W85°07.83' at fid. 280/02E. 



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170 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 16-34: H3600X80 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWV 16: Trees. RWV 34: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. CLOSED indefinitely. Parachute Jumping. Pay phone avbl at arpt 205-372-9901. Rwy 

16-34 MIRL OTS indef. Rotating ben OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

CRIMSON (L)VORTAC 117.8 LDK Chan 125 N33°15.53' W87°32.21' 209° 30.9 NM to fid. 370/03E. 



EVERGREEN 

MIDDLETON FLD ( gzh) 5w 

259 B FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 01-19: H4002X150 (ASPH) 

RWV 01: Trees. 
RWV 10-28: H4000X150 (ASPH) 

RWV 10: PAPI(P4L). Trees. 



UTC-6(-5DT) N31°24.95' W87°02.65' 
NOTAM FILE GZH 
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S-30, D-50 
RWV 28: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. For attendant after hrs call 
(251) 578-3431/2749. Intensive Navy propeller training Mon-Fri: 
SR-SS. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 01-19 and Rwy 10-28 and PAPI Rwy 
10— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 133.425 (251) 578-1438. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

MONROEVILLE (L)VORTAC 116.8 MVC Chan 115 N31°27.63' 
W87°21.17' 095° 16.1 NM to fid. 420/04E. 




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FAIRHOPE 



FISH RIVER SPB (5AL) 9 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°27.00' W87°48.47' NEW ORLEAr 

3 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ANB Not insp. 

WATERWAY 16W-34W: 4395X200 (WATER) 

WATERWAY 16W: Trees. WATERWAY 34W: Trees. 

SEAPLANE REMARKS: Unattended. Call ahead for availability at 251-928-1473. Turning basins are avbl at both ends 

of the sealane. Good anchorage avbl in turning basins. Rwy 16W be alert for trees along the shore of the river 

and on both approaches to the sealane. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 UNICOM 122.8 



HL SONNY CALLAHAN (4R4) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°27.63' W87°52.62 
91 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 01-19: H6604X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-36, D-58 HIRL 

RWY 01: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. 

RWY 19: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200Zt. HIRL RWY 01-19 preset 

on low ints, to incr ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 01 and REIL Rwy 

19— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.425 (251) 928-3242. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® MOBILE APP/DEP CON 118.5 (1200-0500Z:t.) 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.55 (0500-1200Zt) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BFM. 

BROOKLEY (L)VORTAC 112.8 BFM Chan 75 N30°36.76' 
W88°03.33' 131° 13.0 NM to fid. 30/04E. 



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NDB(MHW)204 FDF at Richard Arthur Fid. NDB unmonitored. 



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RICHARD ARTHUR FLD (mss) 3 ne utc-5(-5dt 

357 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 18-36: H5008X80 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 0.5% up N 
RWY 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
RWY 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Zt. Deer on and invof 
arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL and taxiway Igts Rwy 18-35, PAPI Rwy 18 
and Rwy 36 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® COLUMBUS APP/DEP CON 126.075 (1300-OlOOZt. Mon-Fri, 

1600-2300ZJ; Sun, clsd Sat and holidays. Other times etc 
MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

HAMILTON (L)VORTACW 110.4 HAB Chan 41 N34°11.93' 
W88°00.70' 159° 30.9 NM to fid. 802/02E. 
HIWAS. 
FAYETTE NDB (MHW) 204 FDF N33°42.86' W87°48.76' at fid. 
NDB unmonitored. 



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FLQRALA MUNI (0J4) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N31°02.55' W86°18.69 
314 B S4 OX 2 NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 04-22: H3197X75 (ASPH) MIRL 0.8% up NE 

RWV 04: Trees. RWV 22: Pole. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0600Z:t. Deer on and invof rwy. No 

running Idgs on rwy/twy by skid equipped helicopters. Rotorcraft 

and helicopters avoid acft paint hangar in middle of field. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 133.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW (H) VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' 
W86°40.75' 053° 23 NM tofld. 255/03E. HIWAS. 



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74 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 18-3B: H3700X75 (ASPH) S-28 MIRL 0.3% up S 

RWV 18: PVASI(PSIL). RWV 36: PVASI(PSIL). Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t, Sat-Sun 

1300-0000Z:t. MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset on low ints; to increase 
ints— CTAF. PSIL Rwys 18 and 36 opr dusk-dawn; ACTIVATE other 
hrs— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® PENSACOLA APP/DEP CON 118.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BFM . 

BRO0KLEV(L)V0RTAC 112.8 BFM Chan 75 N30°36.76' 

W88°03.33' 117° 21.5 NM to fid. 30/04E. 
SUMMERDALE NDB (MHW) 204 ESU N30°29.95' 

W87°43.54' 165° 4.5 to fid. NOTAM FILE ANB. NDB unusable 
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FORT DEPOSIT— LOWNDES CO (67A) 1 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°58.34' W86°35.50' NEW ORLEANS 

490 B NOTAM FILE ANB L— 1 81 

RWV 15-33: H3593X78 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWV 33: Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt ben OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MGM. 

MONTGOMERV (H)VORTAC 112.1 MGM Chan 58 N32°13.34' W86°19.18' 220° 20.4 NM to fid. 270/03E. 
HIWAS. 



FORT PAYNE N34°31.27' W85°40.40' NOTAM FILE ANB. 

NDB (MHW) 426 FTP 221° 3.7 NM to Isbell Fid. NDB unmonitored from dusk-1300Z:t. 



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FORT PAYNE 

ISBELL FLD (4A9) 2N UTC-6(-5DT) N34°28.42' W85°43.28' 
877 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 04-22: H5001X100 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 0.3% up NE 
RWY 04: REIL. Pole. 

RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0300Zt-. For svc after hrs call 
256-996-0903, or 256-638-4003. MIRL Rwy 04-22 preset low 
ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. REIL Rwy 04 and Rwy 
22 — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 22 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.025 (256) 845-5397. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' 
W85°07.17' 301° 35.2 NM to fid. 1150/01E. HIWAS. 
FORT PAYNE NDD (MHW) 426 FTP N34°31.27' 

W85°40.40' 221° 3.7 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE ANB 
NDB unmonitored from dusk-1300Z:L\ 



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GADSDEN N33°58.58' W86°05.01' NOTAM FILE GAD 

(DVOR/DME 112.3 GAD Chan 70 at Northeast Alabama Rngl. 560/02E. 

DME unusable 295°-305° byd 30 NM bio 5500'. 

VOR/DME unusable 127°-226° byd 20 NM bio 5000'. 
RCO 122. 1R 112.3T(ANNIST0N RADIO) 



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NORTHEAST ALABAMA RGNL (gad) 4 sw utc-6(-sdt) 

569 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GAD 

RWY 06-24: H6802X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-90, D-115, ST-146, DT-195 HIRL 0.3% up 

RWY 06: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWY 24: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
RWY 18-36: H4806X150 (ASPH) S-25, D-40, DT-78 

RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.75° TCH 42'. Bldg. 

RWY 36: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.75° TCH 40'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Z1;. Unattended Federal 

holidays, for after hrs svc call 256-613-5788. Parachute 

Jumping. Svc charge for fuel dark-dawn. ACTIVATE HIRL RWY 

06-24, PAPI Rwy 06, Rwy 24, Rwy 18 and Rwy 36, REIL Rwy 06 

Rwy 24, Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 and twy Igts — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 127.825 (256)442-7094. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

GADSDEN RCO 122. 1R 112. 3T (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® BIRMINGHAM APP/DEP CON 120.05 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GAD. 

GADSDEN (DVOR/DME 112.3 GAD Chan 70 N33°58.58' 
W86°05.01' at fid. 560/02E. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Dewpoint temperature unreliable. 




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GENEVA MUNI (33J) 2N UTC-6(-5DT) N31°03.15' W85°52.14' NEW ORLEANS 

101 B S2 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1001(900) NOTAM FILE ANB L-21C, 221 

RWV 11-29: H39S4X98 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 

RWV 29: Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Zi;, Sun 1800-2300Zi;. For arpt attendant after hrs call 

334-588-3227 or 334-684-2968. Rotating ben OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

WIREGRASS (L)VORTAC 111.6 RRS Chan 53 N31°17.08' W85°25.87' 236° 26.5 NM to fid. 347/02E. 
HIWAS. 



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GRAGG-WADE FLO (see clanton) 



GREENSBORO MUNI (7A0) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°40.89' W87°39.73' 
180 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 19-36: H3495X78 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 0.3% up N 

RWV 19: Fence. RWY 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. CLOSED indefinitely. Rwy 

18-36 pavement failure and extremely hazardous with cracking 

and vegetation. Rotating ben OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

18-36— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.25 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

CRIMSON (L)VORTAC 117.8 LDK Chan 125 N33°15.53' 
W87°32.21' 187° 35.2 NM to fid. 370/03E. 



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MAC CRENSHAW MEMORIAL (prn) 2 ne utc-6(-5dt> N3i°50.74' W86°36.65' 

451 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 14-32: H5500X80 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 0.5% up NW 

RWV 14: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

RWV 32: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 300'. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 14: T0RA-5200 TODA-5500 ASDA-5200 LDA-5200 

RWV 32: T0RA-5500 TODA-5500 ASDA-5500 LDA-5200 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z4:, Sun 

1900-2300Zt. For fuel after hrs call 334-382-2809 or 

334-335-5950, sve charge. PAEW adjacent Rwy 14-32 indef. 

TPA for Category A and B acft 1451 (1000); Category C acft 1951 

(1500). ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32 and PAPI and REIL Rwys 14 

and 32— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 120.0 (334) 383-9676. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.55 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MGM. 

MONTGOMERY (H) VORTAC 112.1 MGM Chan 58 N32°13.34' 
W86°19.18' 210° 27 NM to fid. 270/03E. HIWAS. 



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ALABAMA 



GROVE HILL MUNI (3A0) 2 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N31"41.36' W87°45.68' 
478 NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 13-31: H2704X75 (ASPH) S-12 

RWY 13: Trees. RWY 31: Thld dsplcd 75'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 13-31 NW 600' CLOSED indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

GULF SHORES 

JACK EDWARDS (JKA) 2N UTC-6(-5DT) N30°17.38' W87°40.31' 

17 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 

RWY 09-27: H6962X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-SO, D-100 HIRL 
RWY 09: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Thld dsplcd 462'. 
RWY 27: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° 50'. 

RWY 17-35: H3596X75 (ASPH) S-80, D-100 MIRL 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 09: T0RA-6962 T0DA-6962 ASDA-6962 LDA-6500 
RWY 27: T0RA-6500 T0DA-6500 ASDA-6500 LDA-6500 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200Z:t. After hrs svc call 

251-269-0184. Extensive banner towing ops along coast line 10 
miles west-southwest to 30 miles east-southeast, south of 
Pensacola. FBO phones 251-968-6380, 251-970-2927 and 
251-968-5200. HIRL Rwy 09-27 preset med ints dusk-dawn to 
increase ints ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 09-27, MALSR Rwy 27— CTAF. 
PAPI Rwy 09 and Rwy 27 opr continuously. NOTE: See Special 
Notices — Aerobatic Practice Area. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 134.525 (251) 968-7581. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® PENSACOLA APP/DEP CON 120.05 CLNC DEL 124.55 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BFM. 

BROOKLEY (L)VORTAC 112.8 BFM Chan 75 N30°36.76' 

W88°03.33' 130° 27.7 NM to fid. 30/04E. 
ILS/DME 110.7 l-JKA Chan 44 Rwy 27. 



NEW ORLEANS 




GUNTERSVILLE MUNI-JOE STARNES FLD (sai) 3 ne 

615 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 03-21: H3368X95 (ASPH) S-10 MIRL 0.4% up SW 

RWY 03: PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 802'. Trees. 

RWY 21: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Nov-Feb 1300-2300Z:t, Mar-Oct 

1400-OOOOZt-. For svc after hrs call 256-878-3539 or 

256-508-9604. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21 and PAPI Rwy 03 and 

Rwy 21— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

HUNTSVILLE APP/DEP CON 125.6 (1200-0600Z:t) 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 (0600-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GAD. 

GADSDEN (DVOR/DME 112.3 GAD Chan 70 N33°58.58' 
W86°05.01' 338° 27.0 NM to fid. 560/02E. 



UTC-6(-5DT) N34°23.97' W86°16.21 




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45 



HALEYVILLE 

POSEY FLD (1M4) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N34°16.S2' W87°36.03' 
930 B FUEL 100LL, JETA+ NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 18-36: H5008X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.5% up N 
RWV 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. Tree. 
RWV 36: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z+. For svc after hrs 
call 205-486-3484. Unrestricted golf cart access. ACTIVATE 
MIRL Rwy 18-36, PAPI Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 and REIL Rwy 18 and 
Rwy 36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.525 (205) 486-0035. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

HAMILTON (L)VORTACW 110.4 HAB Chan 41 N34°11.93' 
W88°00.70' 074° 21.0 NM to fid. 802/02E. 
HIWAS. 
MUSCLE SHOALS (L) VORTACW 116.5 MSL Chan 112 N34°42.41' 
W87°29.49' 191° 26.1 NM to fid. 580/01E. NOTAM FILE 
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(L) VORTACW 110.4 HAB Chan 41 170° 4.9 NM to Marion Co-Rankin Fite. 802/02E. 
RCO 122.3 (ANNISTON RADIO) 



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HAMILTON 

MARION CO-RANKIN FITE ( hab) is utc-6(- 5 dt) 

436 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 18-36: H5495X100 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 0.6% up N 

RWV 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L). 

RWV 36: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z°f. For svc after hrs 

205-412-0849. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36, PAPI Rwy 18 and 

Rwy 36, REIL Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: HIWAS 110.4 HAB. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

HAMILTON (L) VORTACW 110.4 HAB Chan 41 N34°11.93' 
W88°00.70' 170° 4.9 NM to fid. 802/02E. HIWAS. 



N34°07.06' W87°59.89' 




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N31°20.76' W85°39.26' 



NEW ORLEANS 
L— 221 

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HANCHEYAHP (fort rucker) (hey) a 4 se utc-6(-5dt) 

317 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE OZR Not insp. 

RWY 17-35: H467X50 (ASPH) MIRL 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT High ints rotating ben, 60/80 white flashes per minute. FUEL 100, J8. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1245-0730Z:t except holidays, other times etc Carins Twr. See FLIP AP/1, Fit Haz 

Fort Rucker. RSTD No tran acft. CAUTION Intense student training. TFC PAT TPA— 900(583) 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 141.375 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 121.1 319.25 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Zt, Tue-Sat 24 hrs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 353.5 

TOWER 141.8 387.85 (Mon-Fri 1245-0730Z:t except holidays, other times etc Cairns Twr.) GND CON 149.6 
225.575 CAIRNS CLNC DEL 118.075 380.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

(T)VORW 110.6 HEY N31°22.45' W85°39.17' 186° 1.7 NM to fid. 300/3W. Unmonitored. VOR unusable 

311°-089° within 25 NM. 
NDB(MHW)221 HYE N31°22.01' W85°39.00' 193° 1.3 NM to fid. Unmonitored Sun and Mon 
0500-1200Z:t. 



HARTSELLE-MORGAN CO RGNL (5M0) 2 s utc-6(- 5 dt) 

628 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 

RWY 18-36: H3599X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.8% up N 
RWY 18: Pole. RWY 38: VASI (V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. Trei 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mar-Oct 1300-0000Z:t, Nov-Feb 
1300-2300Z:t. After hrs phone 256-784-5133 or 
256-303-2777. MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset on high ints, to 
ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36 and VASI Rwy 36— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HUNTSVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.05 (1200-0600Z:t) 
MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 (0600-1200Z:f.) 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

ROCKET (L)VORTACW 112.2 RQZ Chan 59 N34°47.83' 
W86°38.03' 211° 27.6 NM to fid. 1199/02E. 



N34°24.49' W86°55.98' 



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HAZEL GREEN (M38) 4W UTC-6(-5DT) N34 d 54.96' W86°38.83 
814 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 07-25: H2670X40 (ASPH) S-10 LIRL 

RWY 07: Tree. RWY 25: Thld dsplcd 550'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Tue-Sat 1400-2300Z:t. Parachute 

Jumping. Rwy 07-25 under water during rain. Rotating ben OTS 

indef. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 07-25—122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 




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47 



HEADLAND MUNI (0J6) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N31°21.85' W85°18.70 
359 B S8 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 09-27: H5002X80 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWV 09: Pline. RWV 27: Brush. 
RWV 17-35: 2885X162 (TURF) 

RWV 35: Building. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel credit card svc avbl. Parachute 
Jumping. Rwy 35 farm equipment and acft may be parked close to 
rwy thld. Rwy 17-35 2 inch lip where rwy intersects Rwy 09-27. 
ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27— CTAF. Rwy 17-35 TURF rwy edges 
marked with white plastic cones with black tips; thld marked with 
white concrete L shapes. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 125.4 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Zt-, Tue-Sat 24 
hrs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 
WIREGRASS (L) VORTAC 111.6 RRS Chan 53 N31°17.08' 
W85°25.87' 050° 7.8 NM to fid. 347/02E. HIWAS. 



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HUBBARD LANDING SPB (see stockton) 



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(HSV) 9 SW UTC-6(-5DT) 



ATLANTA 
H-6K, 9A, L-18H 

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HUNTSVILLE 

HUNTSVILLE INTL-CARL T JONES FLD 

N34°38.23' W86°46.50' 
629 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index C 
RWY 18R-36L: H12600X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-90, D-200, ST-175, 

DT-350, DDT-850 HIRL CL 

RWY 18R: ALSF2. TDZL. Rgt tfc. RWY 3BL: MALSR. TDZL. 

RWY 18L-36R: H10006X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-90, D-200, ST-175, 

DT-350, DDT-850 HIRL 

RWY 18L: MALSR. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 

RWY 36R: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Thld dsplcd 206'. 

Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 18L: TORA-10000 TODA-10000 ASDA-9800 LDA-9800 

RWY 18R: T0RA-12600 TODA-12600 ASDA-12600 LDA-12600 

RWY36L: TORA-12600 TODA-12600 ASDA-12600 LDA-12600 

RWY36R: TORA-10000 TODA-10000 ASDA-10000 LDA-9800 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. PAEW fencing air carrier 

ramp. Taxi into position and hold not authorized. Rwy 18L runway 

visual range touchdown, midfield, rollout avbl. Rwy 18R-36L 

runway visual range touchdown, rollout avbl. Intersection of Twy J 

and svc road is uncontrolled. When twr clsd; ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 

18R-36L and Rwy 18L-36R, MALSR Rwy 18L and Rwy 36R, 

ALSF2 Rwy 18R and MALSR Rwy 36L— CTAF. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (256) 772-8074. WSP. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 127.6 ATIS 121.25 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.2 (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® APP CON 125.6 (360°-179°) 118.05 (180°-359°) 118.75 (1200-0600ZT-) 
® DEP CON 125.6 (360°-179°) 118.05 (180°-359°) 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 (0600-1200Z:t) 

TOWER 127.6 Tue-Sat 1200-0600Z:t, Sun 1200Z1; through Tue 0600Z:t GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 120.35 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc 1200-0600Z1; other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DCU. 

DECATUR (DVORW/DME 112.8 DCU Chan 75 N34°38.90' W86°56.37' 096° 8.2 NM to fid. 590/01W. 
HIWAS. 

CAPSHAW NDB (MHW) 350 CWH N34°46.42' W86°46.74' 180° 8.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE HSV. 

1LS 109.3 l-HSV Rwy 18R. Class HIE. OM OTS indef. 

ILS 108.5 l-ELL Rwy 36L. Class IA. Middle marker OTS indef. OM OTS indef 

ILS 111.9 l-TVN Rwy 18L. Class IA. 

ILS/DME 109.55 l-JJC Chan 32(Y) Rwy 36R. Class IE. LOC unusable byd 20° left of course. 

ASR 




MADISON CO EXECUTIVE/TOM SHARP JR FLD (mdqj i ne uTc-e 

756 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2 NOTAM FILE MDQ 
RWY 18-36: H5008X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-60, D-75, DT-140 MIRL 

RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWY 36: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1330-0330Z1;, Sat-Sun 

1400-0200Z1;. For svc after hrs call 256-603-9345. ACTIVATE 

MIRL Rwy 18-36, REIL Rwy 18 and Rwy 36— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 18 

and Rwy 36 on continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.0 (256) 829-1242. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® HUNTSVILLE APP/DEP CON 125.6 (1200-0600ZJ;) 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 (0600-1200Z:t) 

6C0 121.725 (HUNTSVILLE APCH) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

ROCKET (L)VORTACW 112.2 RQZ Chan 59 N34°47.83' 
W86°38.03' 042° 5.4 NM to fid. 1199/02E. 

ILS/DME 109.75 l-MDQ Chan 34(Y) Rwy 18. 



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650 B S2 FUEL 100LL, MOGAS NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 09-27: 2180X160 (TURF) LIRL 

RWV 09: Tree. RWV 27: Road. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0200Zt. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 09-27 and rotating ben— CTAF. Ben shielded on S. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 



ISBELL FLD (see fort payne) 



JACK EDWARDS (see gulf shores) 



NEW ORLEANS 
H-BK, 9A, L-22G 



JACKSON MUNI (4R3) 2S UTC-6(-5DT) N31 28.23' W87°53.75 
62 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 01-19: H5003X80 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 

RWV 01: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. RWY 19: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 01-19 slopes uphill to the south. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

MONROEVILLE (L)VORTAC 116.8 MVC Chan 115 N31°27.63' W87°21.17' 267° 27.9 NM to fid. 420/04E 

JASPER 

WALKER CO— BEVILL FLD (jfxj 5 nw utc-6(-sdt) N33°54.i2' W87°is.85 

482 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 09-27: H5003X100 (ASPH) S-50 MIRL 

RWV 09: REIL VASI(V4L). Trees. 

RWV 27: REIL VASI(V4L). Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 09: TORA-5001 T0DA-5001 ASDA-4800 LDA-4800 

RWV 27: TORA-5001 TODA-5001 ASDA-5001 LDA-4800 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0030Z4:. Deer on and invof rwys. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27, VASI Rwy 09 and Rwy 27 and REIL 

Rwy 09 and Rwy 27 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.225 (205) 295-5539 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® BIRMINGHAM APP/DEP CON 127.675 

GCO 121.725 (Birmingham CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

VULCAN (H)VORTAC 114.4 VUZ Chan 91 N33°40.21' 
W86°53.99' 302° 24.9 NM to fid. 750/02E. HIWAS. 

ILS/DME 108.9 l-JFX Chan 26 Rwy 27. 




JUDD N31°18.31' W86°23.45' NOTAM FILE ANB. 

NDB (MHW) 264 JUY at South Alabama Rgnl at Bill Benton Fid. 
Unmonitored Sun and Mon 0500-1200Z^. 



NEW ORLEANS 
L-22H 



JUNIOR N32°20.68' W86°59.48' NOTAM FILE ANB. 
(H)VORW/DME 113.6 JYU at Craig Fid. 



ATLANTA 
H-BK, 9A, L-18H 



LAMAR CO (See VERNON) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



50 



ALABAMA 



LANETT MUNI (7A3) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°48.72' W85°13.77' 
624 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 08-26: H3148X80 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 

RWY 08: Trees. RWY 26: Trees. I " 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel 24 hr credit card svc avbl. Deer on 

and invof arpt. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 125.5 (bio 7000') 126.55 (7000' & abv) 
(1015-0200Z:t) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.45 (0200-1015Zt-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CSG. 

COLUMBUS (L)VORTAC 117.1 CSG Chan 118 N32°36.92' 
W85°01.06' 317° 15.9 NM to fid. 630/01E. 



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5 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°16.03' W87°43.10' 



FREDDIE JONES FLD (70A) 

161 NOTAM FILE ANB 

RWY 18-36: H3390X80 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWY 18: Trees. RWY 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED indef. Rwy 18-36 center line marking only; severely faded. Pavement 

oxidized and ravelling with loose aggregate. Grass growing in cracks. LIRL Rwy 18-36 OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

MONROEVILLE (L)VORTAC 116.8 MVC Chan 115 N31°27.63' W87°21.17' 335° 51.8 NM to fid. 420/04E 

LOGAN FLD (see samson) 



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NEW ORLEANS 
L— 221 

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LOWE AHP (FORT RUCKER) (LOR) A 3W UTC-6( 
294 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE OZR 
RWY0BL-24R: H2000X75 (ASPH) PCN 7 R/C/W/T LIRL 
RWY 06R-24L: H2000X75 (ASPH) PCN 9 R/C/W/T LIRL 
RWY 18L-36R: H2000X75 (ASPH) PCN 5 F/B/W/T LIRL 
RWY 18R-36L: H2000X75 (ASPH) PCN 7 F/B/W/T LIRL 
MILITARY SERVICE: FUEL J8. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1300-0700Zt- except holidays. See FLIP AP/1, Fit Hazards, Fort Rucker. RSTD No tran 

acft. No usable rwy on Lowe AHP at this time. CAUTION Intense student training. TFC PAT TPA — 800(506). 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 361.1 
® CARINS APP/DEP CON 133.45 239.4 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Zt, Tue-Sat 24 hrs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 353.5 

TOWER 141.3 289.15 46.95 (Mon-Fri 1300-0700Zt- except holidays) GND CON 357.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

ENTERPRISE (T)VORW 116.6 EDN N31°17.78' W85°54.16' 068° 8.6 NM to fid. Unmonitored. 

NDB(MHW)269 LOR N31°21.62' W85°44.61' at fid. Unmonitored Sun and Mon 0500-1200Z:t. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



ALABAMA 51 

LUVERNE 

FRANK SIKES (04A) 2N UTC-6(-5DT) N31°44.17' W86°15.73' NEW ORLEANS 

300 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ANB L-181 

RWV 04-22: H4640X80 (ASPH) S-15 LIRL(NSTD) 

RWV 04: Thld dsplcd 740'. Trees. RWV 22: Thld dsplcd 875'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 24 hr credit card svc avbl. Rwy 04-22 NSTD LIRL, first 750' of Rwy 04 unlgtd and 

first 875' of Rwy 22 unlgtd. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 04-22— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MGM. 

MONTGOMERY (H)VORTAC 112.1 MGM Chan 58 N32°13.34' W86°19.18' 171° 29.3 NM to fid. 270/03E. 
HIWAS. 

MAC CRENSHAW MEMORIAL (see greenvillej 

MADISON CO EXECUTIVE/TOM SHARP JR FLD (see huntsville) 

MARENGO N32-24.86' W88°00.92' NOTAM FILE ANB. MEMPHIS 

NDB(MHW)391 RZO 048° 4.3 NM to Demopolis Muni. Ops 1345-0045Z:t. L-18H 

MARION 

VAIDEN FLD (A08) 8 SW UTC-5(-5DT) N32°30.63' W87°23.08' ATLANTA 

225 B NOTAM FILE ANB H-BK, 9A, L-18H 

RWV 16-34: H6377X80 (ASPH) S-30, D-50 MIRL 

RWV 16: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.07° TCH 40'. 

RWV 34: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.07° TCH 40'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 16-34 center 80 ft overlaid, transition to sides is smooth. MIRL Rwy 16-34 

located 10 ft from rwy edge. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 16-34 and PAPI Rwy 16 and Rwy 34— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

BROOKWOOD (L)VORTACW 111.0 OKW Chan 47 N33°14.37' W87°15.00' 189° 44.2 NM to fid. 649/00E. 

MARION CO-RANKIN FITE (See Hamilton) 



MARK REYNOLDS/NORTH MOBILE CO (see creola) 



MARRA N32°18.70' W86°30.63' NOTAM FILE MGM. ATLANTA 

NDB (LOM) 245 MG 096° 6 NM to Montgomery Rgnl/Dannelly Fid. L-181 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



52 ALABAMA 

MAXWELL AFB (MXFJ(KMXF) AF(AFRC) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°22.75' W8B°21.75' ATLANTA 

171 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE MXF Not insp. H-6K, 9A, L— 181 

RWY 15-33: H8013X150 (ASPH) PCN 77 R/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWY 15: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. RWY 33: PAPI(P4L). 

RWY 007-187: H3015X60 (ASPH) PCN 41 R/C/W/T 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 15 <- HOOK MB60 (35' OVRN) BAK-14 BAK-12A(B) (1700') HOOK MB60 (35' OVRN) RWY 33 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy 15 70 ft gated thld Igt. A GEAR HOOK MB-60 Approach end disconnect and remain in place 
at all times (tied-down). Departure end connected. JASU 4(A/M32A-86D) 2(AM32-95) FUEL J8 (NC-100) 
FLUID SP LHOX 

TRAN ALERT AIREVAC and Distinguished Visitor acft will be given priority servicing. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr weekdays 1400-0400Z:t, weekends 1600-0000Z:t, clsd Federal holidays. See FLIP AP/1 
Supplementary Arpt Remarks. RSTD During Bird Watch Condition Code Moderate and Severe, aircrews should 
comply with owning MAJCOM/unit guidance; aircrews can obtain current Bird Watch Condition from 
ATlS/PTD/twr. PPR all Idg acft, 24 hr prior notice rqr. Assault Strip use authorized for C130 or smaller acft with 
assault training requirements; reference AP/1 for procedure/rstd. Assault Strip Idg rqr PPR. Ctc Bse OPS DSN 
493-6961, C334-953-6961. Acft transporting Distinguished Visitor to KMXF or Gunter Annex ctc PTD 30 
minutes prior Idg. Wx obsn visibility rstd to V4-1 NM all quad exc NW due numerous obstructions. Twr will 
conduct cooperative wx watch and supplement obsn as rqr. Apch end Rwy 33 does not have wx sensors. Data 
from Rwy 15 end sensors is considered representative for non-precision apch landings on Rwy 33 end. CAUTION 
Practice missed apch in VFR conditions maintain rwy heading bio 1200' until over dep end of rwy then 
immediate right standard rate turn to heading 300° to avoid Dannelly Fid. Possible hydroplaning during periods 
of heavy rain on Rwy 15-33 N of Twy C up to intersection of Assault Strip (007-187) and Rwy 15-33. Caution to 
acft utilizing Rwy 15-33: men and equipment (max height 25') opr in S clear zone; penetrating 50:1 apch-dep 
clearance sfc. Paved landing zone 007/187. Visual landing zone marker panels and HIRL are NSTD. TFC PAT 
TPA — Rectangular 1200(1029), overhead 1700(1529). Wind direction indicators-optical Igts are controlled by 
twr during ngt opr hrs, reduced visibility, and IFR conditions only. CSTMS/AG/IMG Avbl during normal duty hr with 72 
hr prior notice for acft supporting Air University or 908th Wing mission. Ctc 42 OSF/AOA, DSN 493-6961/6962, 
C334-953-6961/6962, fax DSN 493-6690, C334-953-6690. MISC 1st 2200' Rwy 15 is cone, next 3903' is 
asph, next 400' is cone overlay, remaining 1503' is asph; reverse order for Rwy 33. Rwy 15-33 will accept acft 
heavier than published weight bearing capacity, ctc Base OPS for weight bearing waiver. All twy location sign 
color coding is NSTD. AFRC Opr weekdays 1315-2200Z:t, and unit training assembly weekend, DSN 493-2717. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 134.7 269.9 (Weekdays 1400-0400Z:t, weekends 1600-0000Z:t clsd Federal holidays) 
PTD 139.3 372.2 
® MONTGOMERY APP/DEP CON 124.0 363.025 (S) 121.2 380.225 (N) (1200-0500Zfl 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.55 270.25 (0500-1200Z:t) 

TOWER 118.15 253.5 (Weekdays 1400-0400Z:t, weekends 1600-0000Z:t, clsd Federal holidays) 

GND CON 127.15 289.4 
MAXWELL COMBINED COMD POST 396.9, 118.150 monitor after normal duty hours (Call HANK OPS). 

PMSV METRO 342.3 (Full sve avbl weekdays 1400-0400Z:t, weekends 1600-OOOOZt, clsd Federal holidays. 
Remote briefing sve avbl at Barksdale AFB from 26 OWS DSN 781-4775. ASOS in use, augmented during afld 
opr hr, DSN 493-7375, C334-953-7375. 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve weekdays 1400-0400Z:t, weekends 1600-0000Z:t, clsd Federal holidays other times CLASS 

E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

(L)TACAN Chan 97 MXF (115.0) N32°22.76' W86°22.10' at fid. 170/2W. Unmonitored 0400-1400Z:t. 
No NOTAM MP Wed 1400-1630Z:t. 
TACAN unusable: 

355°-215° byd 25 NM bio 2,500' 245°-315° byd 25 NM bio 2,500' 

216°-244° byd 25 NM bio 3,000' 316°-354° byd 25 NM bio 3,000' 

ILS 109.3 l-MXF Rwy 15. Unmonitored 0400-1400Z:t. No NOTAM MP LOC Mon 1400-1630Z:t, glide 
slope Tue 1400-1630Z:t. 

MC DEN N33-30.68' W86°50.74' NOTAM FILE BHM. ATLANTA 

NDB (HW/LOM) 224 BH 059° 5.6 NM to Birmingham-Shuttlesworth Intl. L-18H 

MCMINN (See WEAVER) 

MERKEL FLD SYLACAUGA MUNI (see sylacauga) 



MIDDLETON FLD (see evergreen) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



ALABAMA 



53 



MOBILE 



UTC-6(- 
OX 1, 2 



5DT) 

LRA 



N30°37.61' W88°04.09' 
Class IV, ARFF Index A 



NEW ORLEANS 
H-BK, 8G, L-21C, 22G 

IAP, AD 



S-75, D-1S5, ST-175, 



MOBILE DOWNTOWN (bfmi ss 

26 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

NOTAM FILE BFM 
RWV 14-32: H9618X150 (ASPH-CONC) 

DT-325 HIRL CL 

RWV 14: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 68. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 32: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. 
RWV 18-36: H7800X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-76, D-150, ST-175, 

DT-320 MIRL 

RWV 18: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 64'. Pole. 

RWV 36: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 62'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0500Zi;. CLOSED to air carrier 

operations with more than 30 passenger seats except with 24 hr 

PPR call arpt manager 251-633-4510. Birds periodically on or 

invof arpt and increasing in activity during inclement weather. Rwy 

14-32 centerline Igts avbl during hrs of ops only. Rwy 32 TDZL 

Igts avbl during hrs of ops only. Rwy 32 RVR touchdown. HIRL Rwy 

14-32 preset on step 3 or higher based on weather. When twr 

clsd ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 32— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (251) 431-6762. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.8 ATIS 135.575 UNICOM 122.95 

BROOKLEV RCO 122. 1R 112. 8T (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® MOBILE APP/DEP CON 118.5 (1200-0500Z:t) 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.65 (0500-1200Z:t) 

DOWNTOWN TOWER 118.8 (Sun 1300-OlOOZt-, Mon 1300-0400Z:t, Tue-Fri 0930-0400Zt-, Sat 
1000-OlOOZt-) GND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Sun 1300-0100Z:t, Mon 1300-0400Z1;, Tue-Fri 0930-0400Z:t, Sat 1000-OlOOZt, other 

times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BFM . 

BROOKLEV (L)VORTAC 112.8 BFM Chan 75 N30°36.76' W88°03.33' 318° 1.1 NM to fid. 30/04E. 

ILS/DME 108.5 l-RUJ Chan 22 Rwy 32. Class IA. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 




SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



54 



ALABAMA 



11 W UTC-6{-5DT) 
100LL, JET A 0X2,4 



N30°41.49' W88°14.57' 
LRA Class I, ARFF Index C 



NEW ORLEANS 

H-6K. 8G, L-21C, 22G 

IAP, AD 



S-75, D-162, ST-175, 



MIRL 



MOBILE RGNL ,mob, 

219 B S4 FUEL 

NOTAM FILE MOB 
RWY 14-32: H8502X150 (ASPH-GRVD 

DT-270, DDT-550 HIRL 

RWY 14: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 50'. 

RWY 32: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. 
RWY 18-36: H4376X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-47, D-60, DT-96 

RWY 18: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 25'. Tree. 

RWY 36: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 26'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 18-36 CLOSED 

0400-1300ZJ: except for emerg ops. 48 hr PPR for unscheduled 

acft over 65,000 lbs call arpt manager 251-633-4510. PAPI Rwy 

14 and Rwy 32 and VASI Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 oprs continuously. 

HIRL Rwy 14-32 preset step 3 or higher based on weather 

conditions. When twr clsd ACTIVATE MALSR Rwys 14 and 

32— CTAF. VASI Rwy 18 and VASI Rwy 36 OTS indef. Ldg fee for 

non-scheduled commercial acft over 65,000 pounds. Flight 

Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (251) 607-0469. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.3 ATIS 124.75 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 123.65 122.2 (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® MODILE APP/DEP CON 118.5 (320°-139°) 121.0 (140°-319°) (1200-0500Z1;) 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.65 (0500-1200ZJ:) 

MOBILE TOWER 118.3 (1200-0500Z1:) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 119.85 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc 1200-0500ZJ: etc APP CON other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

SEMMES (H) VORTACW 115.3 SJI Chan 100 N30°43.56' W88°21.56' 104° 6.4 NM to fid. 190/05E 

WISLE NDB (HW/LOM) 248 MO N30°45.64' W88°18.19' 141° 5.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MOB. NDB 
unmonitored. 

ILS 109.9 l-MOB Rwy 14. LOM WISLE NDB. LOM unmonitored. 

ILS 111.5 l-ATE Rwy 32. Class IB. 

ASR (1200-0500ZJ:) 




HELIPAD HI: H100X100 (ASPH) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Helipad HI military use only helipad located at USCG apron. 



MONROE CO (See MONROEVILLE) 



MONROEVILLE N31°27.63' W87°21.17' NOTAM FILE ANB. 
(L)VORTAC 116.8 MVC Chan 115 at Monroe Co. 420/04E. 
RCO 122. 1R 116. 8T (ANNISTON RADIO) 



NEW ORLEANS 
L-22H 



MONROEVILLE 

MONROE CO (MVC) 3S UTC-6(-5DT) N31°27.48' W87°21.06 
419 B SI FUEL 100LL, JET A, A+ NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 03-21: H6028X100 (ASPH) S-70 MIRL 

RWY 03: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 59'. Tree. 

RWY 21: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-0200ZJ:, Sat-Sun 

1400-2300ZJ:. Jet A+ fuel avbl Mon-Fri 1400-0200Z+, Sat-Sun 

1500-2300ZJ:; for fuel and other sves after hrs only call 

251-743-2024. Svcs during arpt hrs call 251-575-4235. 

ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 REIL Rwy 03 and Rwy 

21— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

MONROEVILLE RCO 122. 1R 116. 8T (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 118.55 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

MONROEVILLE (L)VORTAC 116.8 MVC Chan 115 N31°27.63' 
W87°21.17' at fid. 420/04E. 



NEW ORLEANS 

H-6K, 9A, L-22H 

IAP 



X^K 






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\2y v 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



ALABAMA 55 

MONTGOMERY RGNL/DANNELLY FLD (mgm) 6 sw utc-6{-5dt) n32°is.04' W86°23.64' Atlanta 

221 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 TPA— See Remarks LRA H-6K, 9A, L— 181 

Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE MGM IAP, AD 

RWV 10-28: H9010X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-105, D-116, DT-180 PCN 35 F/C/X/T HIRL 

RWV 10: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 64'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 0.3% down. 

RWV 28: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 75'. Tree. 
RWV 03-21: H4010X150 (ASPH) S-40, D-95 PCN 28 F/C/X/T MIRL 0.9% up SW 

RWV 03: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 43'. Fence. RWV 21: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWV 10 HOOK BAK-12A(B) (1500') HOOK BAK-12A(B) (1509') RWV 28 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. CAUTION: Bird haz. Ctc base ops for current bird watch condition. Do not 

mistake Maxwell AFB-6NM N for Montgomery Regional. Numerous helicopter and low speed acft invof arpt 

during dalgt hrs. CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier ops and large military acft requiring parking, except 72 hrs 

PPR contact arpt manager 334-281-5040. No 180° turns Rwy 10-28 by acft DC-9 or larger. Air carrier and 

large military acft should not taxi on Rwy 03-21. TPA — 1200(979) for conventional acft, 1700(1479) jet acft. 

Rwy 10-28 DC10-10 DDT 320,000 pounds, DC10-30 and DC10-40 DDT 400,000 pounds, L-1011 DDT 

350,000 pounds, B-747 DDT 500,000 pounds. When twr clsd HIRL Rwy 10-28 preset med ints and MIRL Rwy 

03-21 preset on low ints. PAPI Rwy 03, Rwy 21, Rwy 10 and Rwy 28 opr continuously. ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 03, 

and MALSR Rwy 10 and Rwy 28 — CTAF. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (334) 288-0445. HIWAS 112.1 MGM. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.7 ATIS 120.575 UNICOM 122.95 

RCD 122.55 122.2 (ANNISTON RADIO) 

RCO 122. 1R 112. IT (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 124.0 132.45 SOUTH 121.2 118.85 NORTH 112. IT (1200-0500Z^) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.55 (0500-1200Z^) 

TOWER 119.7 (1200-0500Z4:) GND CON 121.7 CLNC DEL 118.3 
AIRSPACE: CLASS svc (1200-0500ZJ:), other times CLASS E. 

TRSA svc ctc APP CON. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MGM. 

(H)VORTAC 112.1 MGM Chan 58 N32°13.34' W86°19.18' 318° 6 NM to fid. 270/03E. 
HIWAS. 

MARRA NDB (LOM) 245 MG N32°18.70' W86°30.64' 096° 6 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.9 l-MGM Rwy 10. Class IA. LOM MARRA NDB (ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. OM and MM 
unmonitored) 

ILS 108.5 l-DLV Rwy 28. Class IT. (ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. MM and OM unmonitored) 

ASR (1200-0500Z4:) 

MOONTOWN (See HUNTSVILLE) 

MOTON FLD MUNI (see tuskegee) 

MOUNDVILLE (L44) 2S UTC-6(-5DT) N32°58.09' W87°38.43' ATLANTA 

162 NOTAM FILE ANB Not insp. 

RWV 18-38: 2400X80 (TURF) 
RWV 09-27: 2053X100 (TURF) 

RWV 09: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Arpt CLOSED indef. Attended dalgt hrs. Parachute Jumping. Rwy 09-27 sides marked with white 

panels with rwy remaining indicators, thlds marked with white tires. Right turn as soon as possible when speed 

and altitude permit when departing Rwy 27. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

MUSCLE SHOALS N34°42.41' W87°29.49' NOTAM FILE MSL. ATLANTA 

(L)VORTACW 116.5 MSL Chan 112 290° 6.3 NM to Northwest Alabama Rgnl. 580/01E. L-18H 

DME unusable 046°-084° byd 25 NM bio 2000'. 
RCO 122.4 122.2 (ANNISTON RADIO) 



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56 



ALABAMA 



1 E UTC-6(-5DT) 
TPA — See Remarks 



N34°44.72' W87°36.61' 
Class I, ARFF Index A 



S-59, D-98, ST-124, 



MIRL 



MUSCLE SHOALS 

NORTHWEST ALABAMA RGNL imsli 

551 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
NOTAM FILE ANB 

RWY 11-29: H6694X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 
DT-160 HIRL 

RWY 11: REIL. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. 
RWY 29: MALSR. Tower. 

RWY 18-36: H4000X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-50 
RWY 18: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
RWY 36: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OOOOZi: exc Thanksgiving, 

Christmas and New Years Day. For attendant etc 256-383-2270. 
Fuel avbl nights call 256-383-2270. Fuel 100LL self serve avbl 
24 hrs. PPR for unscheduled air carrier and charter ops with more 
than 30 passenger seats; call arpt manager 256-381-2869 ext 
101 or fax 256-381-2915. TPA— 1550 (1000) light acft 2050 
(1500) turbo prop and jets. During calm winds preferred rwy is 29 
No general aviation parking on air carrier ramp. Twy A is the 
preferred twy for air carrier and charter ops using the air carrier 
ramp. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 11-29; MIRL Rwy 18-36; PAPI Rwy 18 
and Rwy 36; VASI and REIL Rwy 11; and MALSR Rwy 29— CTAF. 
Ldg fee and passenger facility charge for unscheduled air carrier 
and charter ops. Ldg fee for acft over 12,500 lbs. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.425 (256) 383-1033. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 

MUSCLE SHOALS RCO 122.4 122.2 (ANNISTON RADIO) 
MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 

AIRSPACE: CLASS E sve 1200-0400Z:t. other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MSL. 

MUSCLE SHOALS (L) VORTACW 116.5 MSL Chan 112 N34°42.41' W87°29.49' 
ILS 109.7 l-MSL Rwy 29. Class IE. 



ATLANTA 

H-6K, 9A, L-18H 

IAP 




290° 6.3 NM to fid. 580/01E. 



NORTHEAST ALABAMA RGNL (see gadsden) 



NORTH PICKENS (see reform) 



NORTHWEST ALABAMA RGNL (see muscle shoals) 



ONEONTA 



ROBBINS FLD (20A) 5 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N33°58.26' W86°22.82' 
1140 B S4 NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 05-23: H4210X80 (ASPH) S-20, D-35, DT-55 MIRL 

RWY 05: Trees. RWY 23: Thld dsplcd 105'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GAD. 

GADSDEN (DVOR/DME 112.3 GAD Chan 70 N33°58.58' W86°05.01' 267° 14.8 NM to fid. 560/02E. 



ATLANTA 
L-181 



OPOLE N32°30.55' W85°26.23' NOTAM FILE AUO. 

ND6(L0M)423 AU 001° 6.4 NM to Auburn-Opelika Robert G. Pitts. 



ATLANTA 
L-181 



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ALABAMA 



57 



OZARK 



BLACKWELLFLD (71J) 2 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N31°25.91' W85°37.23 
356 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 12-30: H5152X80 (ASPH) D-25 MIRL 0.3% up NW 
RWV 12: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.60° TCH 36'. 
RWV 30: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. After hrs call 

334-828-1893 or 334-403-0064. 24 hr credit card svc avbl. 
Rwy and parallel twys centerline separation is 240 ft. Pilots 
departing Blackwell VFR to the E or N remain at 1500 ft MSL or 
bio until approximately 5 miles from the arpt to avoid conflict with 
tfc on IFR apch to the Dothan arpt. PAEW adjacent rwy and twy. 
Low flying helicopters in tfc pattern. MIRL Rwy 12-30 preset med 
ints only 0000-1300Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 12-30 and PAPI Rwy 
12 and Rwy 30— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 125.4 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Z:t, Tue-Sat 24 

hrs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 
WIREBRASS (L) VORTAC 111.6 RRS Chan 53 N31°17.08' 
W85°25.87' 310° 13.1 NM to fid. 347/02E. HIWAS. 



NEW ORLEANS 

H-9A, L-221 

IAP 




PELL CITY 



ST CLAIR CO (PLR) 3 SE UTC-6I-5DT) N33°33. 53' W86 ,: 14.94' 
485 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1285 (800) NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 03-21: H5001X80 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 03: VASI (V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Thld dsplcd 50'. Road. 

RWV 21: VASI (V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1330-2300Z:t, Sun 

1700-2300Z:t. 100LL fuel 24 hr credit card svc avbl. For fuel 

after hrs call 205-369-0674. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21— CTAF. 

Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 VASI opr dusk-dawn. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.625 (205) 884-4359. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® BIRMINGHAM APP/DEP CON 123.8 

BCO 121.725 (BHM CLNC DEL) CLNC DEL 121.725 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

TALLADEGA (L) VOR/DME 108.8 TDG Chan 25 N33°34.51' 
W86°02.56' 263° 10.4 NM to fid. 530/02E. 



ATLANTA 

H-6K, 9A, 12F, L-181 

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PINE HILL MUNI (71A) IS UTC-6(-5DT) N31°58.13' W87-35.74' NEW ORLEANS 

123 NOTAM FILE ANB L-18H 

RWV 09-27: H4462X80 (ASPH) 

RWV B9: Trees. RWV 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 09-27 cracking, alligator cracking with isolated distortion and raveling. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

MONROEVILLE (L) VORTAC 116.8 MVC Chan 115 N31°27.63' W87°21.17' 334° 32.9 NM to fid. 420/04E. 



POLLK N32-16.19' W86°55.66' NOTAM FILE ANB. 
NDB (MHW/LOM) 344 SE 326° 5.4 NM to Craig Fid. 



ATLANTA 
L-18H 



POSEY FLD (See HALEYVILLE) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



58 



ALABAMA 



PRATTVILLE— GROUBY FLD (1A9) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N32°26.32' W86°30.76 
225 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1010(785) NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 03-27: H5400X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.5% up W 
RWY 09: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. Trees. 
RWY 27: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-0000ZJ:, Sat 

1400-2300ZJ: and Sun 1600-2300Z:L\ Parachute Jumping. Sky 
diving ops on Sat and Sun. Rwy 09 PAPI OTS indef. ACTIVATE 
MIRL Rwy 09-27— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MONTGOMERY APP/DEP CON 121.2 (1200-0500ZJ:) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.55 (0500-1200ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MGM. 

MONTGOMERY (H)VORTAC 112.1 MGM Chan 58 N32°13.34' 
W86°19.18' 320° 16.3 NM to fid. 270/03E. HIWAS. 



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REDSTONE AAF (HUA)(KHUA) A 6 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N34°40.72' W86*41.09' ATLANTA 

684 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE HUA Not insp. H-6K, SA, L-18H 

RWY 17-35: H7297X150 (ASPH) PCN 43 R/B/W/T HIRL 0.4% up N DIAP, AD 

RWY 17: SALS. PAPI(P4L). RWY 35: PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy 17 and Rwy 35 PAPI GS/rwy reference point not coincidental. When twr clsd ACTIVATE 
HIRL Rwy 17-35 and SALS Rwy 17— CTAF. FUEL J8 Avbl Mon-Fri 1330-2130ZJ; except holidays, other times 
on request. TRAN ALERT Ltd svc. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1300-2145ZJ:, except holidays. RSTD 24 hr PPR all acft, 48 hr PPR acft with 

Hazardous Cargo. Ctc Base OPS DSN 746-1916/4290 C256-876-1916/4290. Refueling expect delay. CAUTION 
Deer, turkey and coyote hazard. Acft larger than C-12 use extreme caution while taxiing due to minimum wing tip 
clearance. Restricted area 1200' west and 2.5 NM south of Rwy 17-35. TFC PAT Rotary wing 1400(716), fixed 
wing single engine 1700(1016), fixed wing turboprop/jet 2200(1516). TPA — Overhead 2700(2016). Avoid over 
flight satellite communication complex bio 2000' 1.8 NM SE of afld. MISC Limited parking. No photography 
allowed without Base OPS approval. Fixed wing larger than C130 rstd to Twy D, E and North Ramp area. LAWRS. 
All transient acft opr within R2104 must receive a range briefing from Base OPS prior to opr. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.95 
® HUNTSVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.05 239.0 (181°-359°) 125.6 354.1 (360°-180°) (1200-0600ZJ;) 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 307.0 (0600-1200ZJ:) 

TOWER 126.95 290.275 (Mon-Fri 1345-2130ZJ; except holidays, other times on request.) GCA 124.8 229.4 
(Mon-Fri 1300-2130ZJ; except holidays, other times on request.) BASE OPS 126.2 (Mon-Fri 1300-2145ZJ; 
except holidays, other times on request.) 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1345-2130ZJ; except holidays or by NOTAM, other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

ROCKET (L)VORTACW 112.2 RQZ Chan 59 N34°47.83' W86°38.03' 198° 7.5 NM to fid. 1199/2E. 
NDB(MHW)287 HUA N34°41.91' W86M1.28' 172° 1.2 NM to fid. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 
ASR/PAR 

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



REEVES (See TALLASSEE) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



ALABAMA 59 

REFORM 

NORTH PICKENS (3MS) IN UTC-6(-5DT) N33"23.21' W88»00.40' MEMPHIS 

237 B NOTAM FILE ANB H-6K, L-18H 

RWV 01-19: H5144X80 (ASPH) MIRL IAP 

RWV 01: REIL. TRVC(TRIL)— GA 6.0°. Thld dsplcd 138'. Trees. Rgttfc. 
RWV 10: REIL. TRVC(TRIL)— GA 5.0°. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 01 5006' avbl for ngt ops. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 01-19, REIL Rwy 01 and Rwy 19 

and TRVC Rwy 01 and Rwy 19 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® COLUMBUS APP/DEP CON 135.6 (Mon-Fri 1300-1000Z:t, Sun 0700-2300Z:t, clsd Sat and hols.), other times etc 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GWO. 

BIGBEE (L)VORTACW 116.2 IGB Chan 109 N33°29.13' W88°30.82' 099° 26.1 NM to fid. 240/04E. 
HIWAS. 

RICHARD ARTHUR FLD (see fayette) 

ROANOKE MUNI (7A5) 2S UTC-6(-5DT) N33°07.76' W85°22.00' ATLANTA 

907 B NOTAM FILE ANB L-181 

RWV 1 1—29: H3697X80 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWV 11: Thld dsplcd 387'. Pole. RWV 29: Thld dsplcd 601'. Pole. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel avbl for emerg use— call 334-863-8976. For arpt emerg call 334-863-2121 

(Police). 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

LAGRANGE (H)VORTAC 115.6 LGC Chan 103 N33°02.95' W85°12.37' 300° 9.4 NM to fid. 790/01E. HIWAS. 

ROBBINSFLD (See oneonta) 

ROCKET N34°47.83' W86°38.03' NOTAM FILE ANB. ATLANTA 

(L)VORTACW 112.2 RQZ Chan 59 042° 5.4 NM to Madison Co Executive/Tom Sharp Jr Fid. 1199/02E. L-18H 
TACAN azimuth and DME unusable: 

360°-024° byd 20 NM bio 4,000' 090°-159° byd 20 NM bio 3,500' 

TACAN azimuth unusable: 

025°-089° byd 6 NM 316°-359° byd 20 NM bio 3,500' 

DME unusable: 

025°-089° byd 6 NM bio 5,500' 



ROEBY N33°36.46' W86°40.73' NOTAM FILE BHM. 

NDB (LOM) 394 RO 235° 4.6 NM to Birmingham-Shuttlesworth Intl. 


ATLANTA 
L-18H 


ROY E. RAY (See BAYOU LA BATRE) 


ROY WILCOX (SeeCHATOM) 


RUCKR N31°13.54' W85°48.96' NOTAM FILE ANB. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 212 OZ 061° 6.3 NM to Cairns AAF. NDB unmonitored 0500-1200Z:t. 


NEW ORLEANS 
L-221 



RUSSELLVILLE MUNI (M22) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N34°26.70' W87°42.70' ATLANTA 

723 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB H-6K, 9A, L-18H 

RWV 02-20: H5500X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.5% up N IAP 

RWV 02: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWV 20: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCh 40'. Thld dsplcd. 500'. Trees. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 02: T0RA-5000 TODA-5500 ASDA-5500 LDA-5500 

RWV 20: T0RA-5500 TODA-5500 ASDA-5500 LDA-5000 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1500-2300Z:t. After hrs call 256-710-4739 or 256-766-1312. Birds invof 

west side AER 02. Rwy 02 REIL OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MSL. 

MUSCLE SHOALS (L) VORTACW 116.5 MSL Chan 112 N34°42.41' W87°29.49' 214° 19.1 NM to fid. 
580/01E. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



60 ALABAMA 

ST CLAIR CO (See PELL CITY) 



ST ELMO (2R5) 2W UTC-6(-5DT) N30°30.12' W88°16.51' NEW ORLEANS 

132 B S4 NOTAMFILEANB L-21C, 22G 

RWY 06-24: H3998X80 (ASPH) S-23 MIRL 

RWY 06: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t, Sat-Sun 1400-0000Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 06-24—122.75 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

M06ILE APP/DEP CON 121.0 (1200-0500Z:t). 

HOUSTON CENTER APP/CON 127.65 (0500-1200Zt-). 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BFM. 

6R00KLEY (L)VORTAC 112.8 BFM Chan 75 N30°36.76' W88°03.33' 236° 13.2 NM to fid. 30/04E. 

SAMSON 

LOGAN FLO (1A4) 1 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°06.17' W86°03.73' NEW ORLEANS 

200 NOTAM FILE ANB L-21C, 22H 

RWY 05-23: H3256X75 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWY 05: Thld dsplcd 722'. Trees. RWY 23: Thld dsplcd 693'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 05-23 surface very rough, weathered, raveled and loose aggregate. Rwy 05 has 

19:1 slope to dsplcd thld. Rwy 23 has 23:1 slope to dsplcd thld. LIRL Rwy 05-23 OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

CAIRNS (DVOR/DME 111.2 OZR Chan 49 N31°16.14' W85°43.58' 243° 19.9 NM to fid. 326/3W. 
Unmonitored 0500-1200Z:t. 

SARATOGA N34°15.17' W86°13.42' NOTAMFILEANB. ATLANTA 

NDD (MHW) 296 ARF 230° 2.1 NM to Albertville Rgnl-Thomas J Brumlik Fid. L— 1 81 

SCOTTSBORO MUNI WORD FLD (4A6) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N34 41.32' W86°00.36' ATLANTA 

650 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA-1450(800) NOTAMFILEANB H-6K, 8A, L-181 

RWY 04-22: H5250X80 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 0.4% up SW IAP 

RWY 04: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. Rgttfc. RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 230'. Pole. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dusk-dawn. For svc after hrs call 1-800-717-0844 extension 01 or 256-663-0874. 
Red Igtd TV twr 1 mile SW. Additional obstructions for Rwy 04 are mountain 2500' from thld 3000' left and 
antenna 2800' from thld 4200' left. Rwy 22 Igtd thld dsplcd for night ops. For ngt ops Rwy 04 has 496' 
relocated thld 4104' avbl for use; Rwy 22 has 582' relocated thld 4018' avbl for use. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GAD. 

GADSDEN (DVOR/DME 112.3 GAD Chan 70 N33°58.58' W86°05.01' 003° 42.8 NM to fid. 560/02E. 

SELMA N32°26.34' W86°59.42' ATLANTA 

RCO 122.4 (ANNISTON RADIO) L-18H 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



ALABAMA 



61 



SELMA 



CRAIG FLD (SEM) 4 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32 o 20.64' W86°59.27 
166 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 15-33: H8002X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-33, D-54 HIRL 
RWV 15: REIL. VASI(V12)— GA 3.0°. Trees. 
RWV 33: MALS. REIL. VASI(V12)— GA 3.0°. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z4:, Sat 

1500-2100Z1;. For fuel after hrs call 334-467-8809. ACTIVATE 
HIRL Rwy 15-33, MALS Rwy 33, REIL Rwy 15 and Rwy 33— CTAF. 
VASI Rwy 15 and Rwy 33 on continuously. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® MONTGOMERY APP/DEP CON 124.0 (1200-0500Zt-) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.55 (0500-1200ZJ:) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MGM. 
JUNIOR (H)VORW/DME 113.6 JYU Chan 83 N32°20.68' 

W86°59.48' at Fid. NOTAM FILE ANB. 160/OIW. 
POLLK NDB (MHW/LOM) 344 SE N32°16.19' W86°55.66' 326° 

5.4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE ANB. 
ILS 110.5 l-SEM Rwy 33. LOM POLLK NDB. ILS 
unmonitored. 



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125 S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 06-24: 2500X170 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWV 06: Tree. RWV 24: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2100Z1;. Arpt CLOSED indef. Rwy 06-24 marked with metal cones and 

tires. Rwy 06-24 NSTD LIRL, no thld Igts. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

SEMMES N30°43.56' W88°21.56' NOTAM FILE ANB. NEW ORLEANS 

(H)VORTACW 115.3 SJI Chan 100 104° 6.4 NM to Mobile Rgnl. 190/05E. H-6J, 8F, L-21C, 22G 

VOR portion unusable 023°-033°. DME unusable 268°-274° byd 30 NM bio 5500'. 



SHELBY CO (See ALABASTER) 



SKYHARBOR (see selma) 



SOUTH ALABAMA RGNL AT BILL BENTON FLD (see andalusia-opp) 



SPRING HILL N31°41.06' W85°58.46' NOTAM FILE ANB. NEW ORLEANS 

NDB (MHW) 281 XNE 075° 9.2 NM to Brundidge Muni. Unmonitored Sun and Mon 0500-1200ZT.. L— 1 81 

STEVENSON (7A6) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N34°53.18' W85°48.20' ATLANTA 

644 B S4 FUEL 100LL 0X4 NOTAM FILE ANB L-25A 

RWV 05-23: H4103X80 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 0.5% up E 

RWV 05: Trees. Rgt tfc. RWV 23: P. line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1500-2300ZJ;. Arpt CLOSED nights. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHA. 

CHOO CHOO (H)VORTAC 115.8 GQO Chan 105 N34°57.68' W85°09.20' 261° 32.4 NM to fid. 1030/01E. 
HIWAS. 

STOCKTON 

HUBBARD LANDING SPB (HL2) 5 se utc-6(-5dt> N3i o 03.82' ws7°52.20' new Orleans 

8 NOTAM FILE ANB Not insp. 

WATERWAV 16-34: 6000X300 (WATER) 

SEAPLANE REMARKS: Attended SR-SS. Tour buoys in front of ramp area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



62 



ALABAMA 



SUMMERDALE N30°29.95' W87°43.54' NOTAM FILE ANB. NEW ORLEANS 

NDB(MHW)204 ESU 165° 4.5 NM to Foley Muni. NDB unusable 060°-280° byd 10 NM bio 3000'. L-21C, 22H 

NDB unusable byd 20 NM. 



SYLACAUGA N33°10.45' W86°19.09' NOTAM FILE ANB. 
NDB (MHW) 284 SCD at Merkel Fid Sylacauga Muni. 



ATLANTA 
L— 181 



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MERKEL FLD SYLACAUGA MUNI ( scd> sw utc-6(-5dt 

569 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE ANB 

RWY 09-27: H5390X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.4% up W 
RWY 09: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Hill. RWY 27: REIL. PAPI(P2L). 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t, Sat 

1600-2300Z:t. Fuel 24 hr credit card svc avbl. Glider towing ops 
3 NM radius bio 6,000' weekends 1500-0400Z:t. Deer on and 
invof arpt. 17' wide twy between main ramp twy and hangar area 
ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27, PAPI Rwy 09 and Rwy 27 and REIL 
Rwy 09 and Rwy 27 — CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.125 (256) 249-2620. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® BIRMINGHAM APP/DEP CON 123.8 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 
TALLADEGA (L) VOR/DME 108.8 TDG Chan 25 N33°34.51' 

W86°02.56' 207° 27.5 NM to fid. 530/02E. 
SYLACAUGA NDB (MHW) 284 SCD N33°10.45' W86°19.09' 
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N33°10.31' W86°18.33' 



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529 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class IV, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 03-21: H6001X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-65, ST-83, DT-95 MIRL 0.3% up NE 

RWY 03: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 65'. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 21: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2300Z:t, Sat-Sun 

1500-2300Z:t. CLOSED to air carrier ops with more than 30 

passenger seats except PPR call arpt manager 256-761-4815. 

Deer on and invof arpt. Rwy 03-21 MIRL OTS indef. ACTIVATE 

MIRL 03-21 and twy Igts — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 operate 

continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.425 (256) 362-5847. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.05R 108. 8T (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® BIRMINGHAM APP/DEP CON 125.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

(DVOR/DME 108.8 TDG Chan 25 N33°34.51' 
W86°02.56' at fid. 530/02E. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER RMRKS: Tmpry twr by NOTAM for special events. 



ATLANTA 

H-9A, 12F, L— 181 

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REEVES (41A) 2 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N32°30.90' W85°52.57' ATLANTA 

326 B 0X4 NOTAM FILE ANB L-181 

RWY 13-31: H3207X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 13: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

TUSKEGEE (DVOR/DME 117.3 TGE Chan 120 N32°29.09' W85°40.16' 278° 10.7 NM to fid. 490/2E. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



ALABAMA 



63 



THOMAS C RUSSELL FLD (See Alexander city) 



TROY MUNI (TOI) 4 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N31°51.63' W86°00.73' 
398 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE TOI 
RWV 14-32: H5022X100 (ASPH) S-24, D-80, ST-101, DT-140 MIRL(NSTD) 

RWV 14: Trees. RWV 32: Tree. 

RWV 07-25: H5009X100 (ASPH) S-24, D-80, ST-101, DT-140 
MIRL 

RWV 07: Trees RWV 25: VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1430-2330ZT-. Except holidays, 
PPR for attendance at night call 334-566-3473. Fuel avbl 
Mon-Fri 1400-0000Z:t, Sat-Sun 1400-2300Z:t, after hrs call 
334-566-3473. Extensive helicopter and flight training ops invof 
arpt 1230-2300Z:t Mon-Fri except Holidays. No arrival/departure 
to/from N Helipad over FBO ramp. No running Idgs on rwy or twy 
by skid-equipped helicopters. Rwy 14-32 NSTD MIRL located 35' 
from rwy edge, thld Igts located 17' from Rwy 32 end. ACTIVATE 
MIRL Rwy 14-32, Rwy 07-25 and VASI Rwy 25— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (334) 566-3081. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 ATIS 120.925 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 121.1 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Z:t, Tue-Sat 24 

hrs), other times etc 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.55 

TOWER 124.3 (Mon-Fri 1430-2230ZT. except holidays) 
GNDCON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS sve Mon-Fri 1430-2230Z:t except holidays other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MGM. 

MONTGOMERV (H)VORTAC 112.1 MGM Chan 58 N32°13.34' W86°19.18' 141° 26.8 NM to fid. 270/03E. 

HIWAS. 
BLOOD NDB (MHW/LOM) 365 TO N31°49.82' W86°06.33' 070° 5.1 NM to fid. 
ILS 108.9 l-TOI Rwy 07. Class IA. LOM BLOOD NDB. ILS unmonitored Mon-Fri 2230-1430Z:t. 

Unmonitored Sat-Sun. 
ASR/PAR (Mon-Fri 1415-2215Z:t except holidays) 




TUSCALOOSA RGNL (TCL) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°13.24' W87°36.68' 
170 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 LRA ARFF Index— See Remarks 

NOTAM FILE TCL 
RWV 04-22: H6499X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-90, D-133, ST-169, 

DT-200 HIRL 

RWV 04: MALSR. RWV 22: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. Tree. 

RWV 11-25: H4001X100 (ASPH) S-36, D-53, DT-93 MIRL 

RWV 11: Tree. RWV 25: PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0°TCH 52'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0400ZJ;. Rwy 11-29 CLOSED when 

twr not opr. Birds and deer invof rwys. Class IV, ARFF Index A. PPR 

24 hrs for unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 

passenger seats 0330-1100Z:t call arpt manager 

205-349-0114. Class I, ARFF Index B equipment avbl 24 hrs. 

Twy F and Twy L clsd from Twy F to Rwy 29 when twr not opr. When 

twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 04-22 (med ints only); MALSR Rwy 

04; PAPI Rwy 22, and twy Igts— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 132.825 (205) 750-8940. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.3 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.2 (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® BIRMINGHAM APP/DEP CON 120.15 

TOWER 126.3 (1300-0200Z:t) GND CON 121.8 
AIRSPACE: CLASS sve 1300-0200ZJ; other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

CRIMSON (L)VORTAC 117.8 LDK Chan 125 N33°15.53' W87°32.21' 236° 4.4 NM to fid. 370/03E. 

TUSKE NDB (LOM) 362 TC N33° 09.51' W87°40. 22' 039° 4.8 NM to fid. LOM unmonitored 

ILS 109.1 l-TCL Rwy 04. LOM TUSKE NDB. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd 



ATLANTA 

H-BK, SA, L-18H 

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TUSKE N33°09.51' W87°40.22' NOTAM FILE TCL. 

NDB (LOM) 362 TC 039° 4.8 NM to Tuscaloosa Rgnl. (Unmonitored). 



ATLANTA 
L-18H 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



64 



ALABAMA 



TUSKEGEE N32°29.09' W85°40.16' NOTAM FILE ANB. ATLANTA 

(DVOR/DME 117.3 TGE Chan 120 198° 1.6 NM to Moton Fid Muni. 490/02E. L— 1 81 

RCO 122. 1R 117. 3T (ANNISTON RADIO) at Moton Fid Muni. 



TUSKEGEE 



MOTON FLD MUNI (06A) 3 N UTC-6(-5DT) N32°27.63' W85°40.80 
264 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 13-31: H5003X100 (ASPH) S-28.5 MIRL 
RWV 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. 
RWY 31: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-2230ZJ:. For fuel after hrs call 
334-727-7917. Parachute Jumping. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 13-31 
and PAPI Rwy 13 and Rwy 31 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

TUSKEGEE RCO 122. 1R 117. 3T (ANNISTON RADIO) 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 125.5 (bio 7000') 126.55 (7000' & abv) 
(1115-0500Z:t) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.45 (0500-1115ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 
TUSKEGEE (DVOR/DME 117.3 TGE Chan 120 N32°29.09' 
W85°40.16' 198° 1.6 NM to fid. 490/02E. 




UNION SPRINGS 



N32°10.01' W85°48.58' 



ATLANTA 
L-181 



FRANKLIN FLD (07A) 5w utc-6(-5dtj 

300 B FUEL 100 NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 14-32: H3660X80 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWY 14: Trees. RWY 32: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED to ngt ops. Self-svc fuel avbl. Deer on and invof arpt. Rwy 14-32 has 

rough and uneven stretch of pavement from 600' to 1510' from AER 32. High ridge and swells on W half of rwy 

left side 700-1500' from Rwy 32. MIRL Rwy 14-32 OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

TUSKEGEE (DVOR/DME 117.3 TGE Chan 120 N32°29.09' W85°40.16' 199° 20.3 NM to fid. 490/02E. 



VAIDEN FLD (see marion) 



VERNON 



LAMAR CO (M55) 6 N UTC-6(-5DT) N33°50.80' W88°06.93' 
463 B NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWY 17-35: H3613X75 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 

RWY 17: PVASI(PSIL). RWY 35: PVASI(PSIL). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® COLUMBUS APP/DEP CON 126.075 (1300-0100ZJ; Mon-Fri, 

1600-2300ZJ; Sun, clsd Sat and holidays) other times etc 
MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

HAMILTON (L)VORTACW 110.4 HAB Chan 41 N34°11.93' 
W88°00.70' 192° 21.7 NM to fid. 802/02E. HIWAS. 




SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



ALABAMA 



65 



VULCAN N33°40.21' W86°53.99' 
(H)VORTAC 114.4 VUZ Chan 91 

HIWAS 
RCO 122. 1R 114. 4T (ANNISTON RADIO) 



NOTAM FILE ANB. 
129° 9.8 NM to Birmingham-Shuttlesworth Intl. 750/02E. 



ATLANTA 
H-BK, 9A, L-18H 



WALKER CO-BEVILL FLD (see jasper) 



WEAVER 



MCMINN (25A) 1 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N33°44.40' W85°49.55' A' 

680 S4 FUEL 100LL, MOGAS NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 08-2E: H2650X30 (ASPH) 

RWV 08: Trees. Rgt tfc. RWV 26: Thld dsplcd 300'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended on call. For attendant call 256-820-2146/1954. Parachute Jumping. UNICOM not 

attended regularly. Rwy 26 NSTD dsplcd thld; 1' wide white bar no Igts; Dsplcd day ops only. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 123.05 UNICOM 122.8 

WEEDON FLD (see eufaula) 



WETUMPKA MUNI (08A) 6W UTC-6(-5DT) N32 31.77' W86°: 
197 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE ANB 
RWV 09-27: H3011X80 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWV 27: Trees. 
RWV 18-36: 2876X130 (TURF) 

RWV 18: P-line. RWV 36: Thld dsplcd 593'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z:t, Sun 

1900-2300ZJ;. For arpt attendant after hrs call 334-285-4738. 
Parachute Jumping. Banner towing ops on and invof arpt. Rwy 18 
and Rwy 36 marked with 36 inch white cones. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
09-27— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® MONTGOMERV APP/DEP CON 121.2 (1200-0500ZJ;) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.45 (0500-1200ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MGM. 

MONTGOMERV (H)VORTAC 112.1 MGM Chan 58 N32°13.34' 
W86°19.18' 356° 18.4 NM to fid. 270/03E. HIWAS. 



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(L)VORTAC 111.6 RRS Chan 53 335° 2.4 NM to Dothan Rgnl. 347/02E. HIWAS. 
VOR portion unusable: 

306°-319 byd 15NM bio 2000' 
RCO 122. 1R 111.6T (ANNISTON RADIO) 

WISLE N30°45.64' W88°18.19' NOTAM FILE MOB. 

NDB (HWA.OM) 248 MO 141° 5.2 NM to Mobile Rgnl. LOM and NDB unmonitored. 



NEW ORLEANS 
L-221 



NEW ORLEANS 
L-21C, 22G 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



66 FLORIDA 

ADM DAVID L MCDONALD FLD (see mayport ns> 



AIRGLADES (see clewistonj 



AIRPORT MANATEE (see palmetto) 



ALBERT WHITTED (See st Petersburg) 



APALACHICOLA 

APALACHICOLA RGNL (AAF) 2W UTC-5(-4DT) N29°43.66' W85°01.65' NEW ORLEANS 

20 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AAF H-8G, L-21D, 221 

RWY 06-24: H5271X150 (CONC) MIRL IAP 

RWY 06: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 217'. Fence. 
RWY 24: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWY 13-31: H5251X150 (CONC) MIRL 

RWY 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. RWY 31: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWY 18-36: H5251X150 (CONC) 

RWY 18: Trees. RWY 36: Thld dsplcd 502'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0000Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwys 06-24 and 13-31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.925 (850) 653-8271. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® TYNDALL APP/DEP CON 124.15 (South abv 5000') 125.2 (North abv 5000') (Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z:t, Sat-Sun 
1500-2300Z:t). Clsd holidays and weekends associated with holidays, other times etc. 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 119.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TLH. 

SEMINOLE (H)VORTAC 117.5 SZW Chan 122 N30°33.37' W84°22.44' 213° 60.1 NM to fid. 180 /02E. 

HIWAS. 
ND6(MHW)349 AAF N29°43.40' W85°01.68' at fid. NOTAM FILE GNV. 

ST GEORGE ISLAND (F47) 8 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N29°38.68' W84°54.94' NEW ORLEANS 

3 NOTAM FILE GNV L-21D, 221 

RWY 14-32: H3339X65 (ASPH) 

RWY 32: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Large birds on and invof rwy. Trees 80-120' east of Rwy centerline on first half of 

Rwy 32. 3' fence in primary surface 105' west of a first 300' of Rwy 32. Ldg fee. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PFN. 

PANAMA CITY (L)VORTAC 114.3 PFN Chan 90 N30°12.98' W85°40.86' 130° 52.6 NM to fid. 10/0W. 

APOPKA 

ORLANDO APOPKA (X04) 4 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N28 42.43' W81°34.90' JACKSONVILLE 

143 B FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 943(800) NOTAM FILE PIE L-210, 24F 

RWY 15-33: H3250X60 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWY 15: Thld dsplcd 240'. Berm. Rgttfc. RWY 33: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Apr-Sep 1300-2300Z1;, Oct-Mar 1300-2200ZJ;. Ctc UNICOM or 407-886-7663 for 

safety briefing. Arpt ben OTS indef. Steep drop off 63' from Southeast end and 55 ft off West edge of rwy. Acft 

parked 80' E of Rwy 15-33 centerline near SE end of rwy. Rwy 15 dsplcd thlds not lighted. Rwy 15-33 LIRL OTS 

indef. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 15-33— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORL. 

ORLANDO (H)VORTAC 112.2 ORL Chan 59 N28°32.56' W81°20.10' 307° 16.3 NM to fid. 102/00E. 
HIWAS. 



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FLORIDA 



67 



N27°11.52' W81°50.24' 



MIAMI 
L-21D, 23B 



ARCADIA MUNI (X06) ise utc-5(-4dt) 

60 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWV 05-23: H3700X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 05: Road. RWY 23: Fence. 

RWV 13-31: 2780X140 (TURF) 

RWV 13: Thld dsplcd 775'. Fence. RWV 31: Thld dsplcd 775'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2200Z:f.. Parachute Jumping. Rwy 13-31 dsplcd thlds marked with three yellow 

painted tires. Rwy 13-31 outlined by yellow tires. Arpt rotating ben OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23-CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

LA BELLE (L)VORTAC 110.4 LBV Chan 41 N26°49.69' W81°23.49' 311° 32.3 NM to fid. 30/01E. 



ARCHER 



FLYING TEN (0J8) 5N UTC-5(-4DT) N29°37.08' W82°30.52' JACKSONVILI 

85 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWV 18-3B: 3200X170 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWV 18: Trees. RWV 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200. After hrs call 352-495-1190. Rwy 18-36 marked with white 

cones and white metal ground markers. For rwy Igts call 352-495-2559 or 352-495-1190. Rwy 18-36 NSTD 

LIRL: NSTD spacing of rwy Igts and Igts are of very low ints. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



ARTHUR DUNN AIRPARK (see titusville) 



AVON PARK EXECUTIVE ( avo> 2w utc-5(-4dt) 

160 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWV 05-23: H5374X100 (ASPH) S-26 MIRL 

RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 

RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 1044'. 

Road. 
RWV 10-28: H3844X75 (ASPH) S-10 

RWV 10: PAPI(P4L). P-line. RWV 28: PAPI(P4L). Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1230-2230ZJ;. Parachute Jumping. Trees 

in transition zone AER 28 S side. Rwy 10-28 cracking with grass 

growing thru cracks. MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset low ints dusk-dawn 

to increase ints and activate twy Igts REIL Rwys 05 and 23 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.725 (863) 453-4223. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.55 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

LA BELLE (L)VORTAC 110.4 LBV Chan 41 N26°49.69' 
W81°23.49' 350° 46.2 NM to fid. 30/01E. 



N27°35.48' W81°31.74' 



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MIAMI 

H-8H, L-21D, 24F 

IAP, AD 



BARTOW MUNI (BOW) 4 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N27°56.60' W81°47.01 
125 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BOW 
RWY 09L-27R: H5000X150 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 09L: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Tree. 

RWY 27R: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Tree. 
RWY 05-23: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-35, D-60, 

DT-110 MIRL 0.3% up NE 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 49'. Tree. 

RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 46'. Tree. 
RWY 09R-27L: H4400X150 (ASPH) 

RWY 09R: Tree. RWY 27L: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1230-2230Zt. 100LL avbl 24 hrs with 

credit card. Aerobatic practice area surface to 5000 ft parallel to 

and including a portion of Rwy 09R-27L SR-SS. Wildlife invof 

arpt. REIL Rwy 05, Rwy 23, Rwy 09L and Rwy 27R ops when MIRL 

Rwys 05-23 and 09L-27R high ints only. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

05-23 and Rwy 09L-27R, PAPI Rwy 09L, Rwy 27R, Rwy 05 and 

Rwy 23 and wind cone — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 123.775 (863) 533-9004. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 121.2 UNICOM 122.95 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 120.65 119.9 

TOWER 121.2 121. 5R (1230-2230Zt) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1230-2230Z^ except Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and other holidays by NOTAM othe 

times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LAL. 

LAKELAND (H)VORTAC 116.0 LAL Chan 107 N27°59.17' W82°00.83' 101° 12.5 NM to fid. 135/01E. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: During twr hrs monitor AWOS for ATIS information. Twr clsd Easter; Thanksgiving; 

Christmas; and other holidays by NOTAM. 




(X10) 1 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N26°41.90' W80°39.65' 



BELLE GLADE STATE MUNI 

14 NOTAM FILE MIA 

RWY 09-27: H3750X50 (ASPH) 

RWY 09: Thld dsplcd 225'. P-line. 

RWY27:Thld dsplcd 75'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 09-27 ravelling; small rocks and 

grvl on rwy. Rwy 09-27 marked with reflective markers entire 

length, many reflectors missing, markings faded, no twy hold line 

markings on Rwy 09. Rwy 09 ngt Idgs not advised due to unlgtd 

p-lines in apch. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

PAHOKEE (H)VORTAC 115.4 PHK Chan 101 N26°46.96' 
W80°41.49' 162° 5.3 NM to fid. 16/00E. HIWAS. 



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CALHOUN CO (F95) 5 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°29.21' W85°06.84' 
118 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWY 17-35: 2859X75 (TURF) 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 440'. Tree. RWY 35: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17-35 marked with white tires every 200' along entire rwy length. Rwy 17 dsplcd 

thld marked with three white tires either side of rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



BOB LEE FLIGHT STRIP (see deland) 



BOB SIKES (See CRESTVIEW) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 



69 



BOB WHITE FLD (see zellwood) 



BOCA CHICA FLD (see key west nas) 



BOCA RATON (BCT) 2 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N26°22.71' W80°06.46' 

13 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 TPA— 1013(1000) NOTAM FILE MIA 

RWV 05-23: H6276X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-40, D-60 MIRL 

RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 696'. 

Trees. 

RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 378'. 

Fence. Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 05: T0RA-6200 TODA-6200 ASDA-6200 LDA-5550 

RWV 23: TORA-6200 TODA-6200 ASDA-6200 LDA-5950 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Birds on and invof arpt. 

Touch and go Idgs voluntarily restricted to Mon-Fri 1400-2200Z:t, 

voluntary restriction no stop and go Idgs or intersection 

departures. FBO uses freq 131.65 and 131.95 for corporate and 

jet acft. Regular UNICOM FREQ is 118.425. Voluntary noise 

abatement procedures in effect all times all acft. Voluntary curfew 

0300-1200Z:t. Use NBAA standard noise abatement apch and 

dep procedures. All acft use recommended departures: Rwy 05 

left turn 360° stay W of interstate to 1500', Rwy 23 right turn 

heading 255° as soon as practicable after passing rwy end to 

1500' avoid residential areas, overfly mall area. For noise 

abatement info call 561-391-2202. Rwy 05 left turn out within 1 /> 

mile and proceed on course W of I-95. Arriving Rwy 23 remain W of I-95 until as close in as practicable to avoid 

overflight of residential area. Rwy 23 departures turn to 255° as soon as practicable after passing rwy end. 

Noise sensitive arpt. When twr clsd MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset med ints and REIL Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 opr 

continuously. NOTE: See Special Notices — Aircraft Restrictions. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 121.125 (561) 391-2696. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.425 
® PALM DEACH APP/DEP CON 125.2 CLNC DEL 127.35 (when BCT twr clsd) 

TOWER 118.425 (1200-0400Zfl GND CON 121.8 CLNC DEL 121.8 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0400Z:):, other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PBI. 

PALM DEACH (H)VORTAC 115.7 PBI Chan 104 N26°40.80' W80°05.19' 187° 18.1 NM to fid. 19/03W. 




BON I FAY 



TRI-CO (1J0) 6 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°50.75' W85°36.08' 
85 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A, MOGAS NOTAM FILE MAI 
RWV 01-19: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 01: PAPI(P2L). Tree. RWV 19: PAPI(P2L). Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1500-OOOOZt-. Alligators or deer 

occasionally on rwy. Extensive military helicopter ops dalgt hrs. 
Rwy 01 has beaver pond first 500' W side. MIRL Rwy 01-19 
preset med ints — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 133.75 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500ZJ;, Tue-Sat 24 

hrs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAI. 

MARIANNA(L)VORTAC 114.0 MAI Chan 87 N30°47.17' 

W85°07.47' 278° 24.9 NM to fid. 120/00E. 
NDB(MHW)275 BKK N30°51.10' W85°36.08' at fid. NOTAM 
FILE GNV. NDB unmonitored 0400-1100Z+. 




BROOKSVILLE N28°28.22' W82°27.49' 

RCO 122.3 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) at Hernando Co. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-21D, 24F 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



70 



FLORIDA 



BROOKSVILLE 



HERNANDO CO (BKV) 6 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N28°2S.42' W82°27.33 
76 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 NOTAM FILE BKV 
RWY 09-27: H7002X150 (CONC) S-90, D-130, ST-165, DT-230 MIRL 

RWY OS: MALSR. PAPI(P4L). Trees. RWY 27: PAPI(P4L). Tree. 

RWY 03-21: H5015X150 (CONC) S-50, D-75, ST-95, DT-135 

MIRL 

RWY 03: Tree. RWY 21: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-2300Z:t. ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 09 and 

27 — CTAF. MIRL Rwy 03-21 and Rwy 09-27 preset low ints 

dusk-0300Z:L-, to increase ints and ACTIVATE after 

0300Zt— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 134.725 (352) 799-5881. Except 

thunderstorm /freezing rain report. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

BROOKSVILLE RCO 122.3 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 125.3 119.9 CLNC DEL 119.125 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PIE. 

ST PETERSBURG (H)VORTAC 116.4 PIE Chan 111 N27°54.47' 
W82°41.06' 019° 36 NM to fid. 9/01E. HIWAS. 

ILS 111.1 l-OSV Rwy 09. Class IB. ILS unmonitored. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: HIWAS unusable 330°-151° byd 25 NM 

bio 5000'. 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-OH, L-210, 24F 

IAP 



Rwy3-21:5015X 150 




PILOT COUNTRY (X05) 13 S UTC-5(-4DT) N28°19.82' W82°29.79' 
80 B S3 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWY 18-36: H3700X75 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWY 18: Thld dsplcd 300'. Brush. 

RWY 36: Thld dsplcd 900'. Road. J_ 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2230Z:t.. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PIE. 

ST PETERSBURG (H)VORTAC 116.4 PIE Chan 111 N27°54.47' 
W82°41.06' 020° 27.2 NM to fid. 9/01E. HIWAS. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: HIWAS unusable 330°-151° byd 25 NM 

bio 5000'. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-210, 24F 




BUCHAN (See ENGLEWOOD) 



CALHOUN CO (See BLOUNTSTOWN) 



CALOO N26°30.97' W81°57.01' NOTAM FILE FMY. 
NDB(L0M)341 FM 051° 6.3 NM to Page Fid. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 71 

CAPE CANAVERAL AFS SKID STRIP (xmrkkxmr) af 7 ne utc-5(-4dt) Jacksonville 

N28°28.06' WS0°34.01' H-8I, L-24F 

10 B Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAMFILEXMR Not insp. DIAP, AD 

RWV 13-31: H 10000X200 (ASPH-GRVD) S-65, T-200, ST-175, SBTT-538, TT-420, TRT-522, DDT-789, 
TDT-890, PCN 43 F/A/W/T HIRL 
RWV 13: PAPI(P4L). RWV 31: SALS(NSTD). PAPI(P4L). 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWV 13: TORA-9998 T0DA-9998 
RWV 31: TORA-9998 T0DA-9998 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy 31 apch Igt NSTD SALS, 1000'. Rotating ben white and green. JASD 2(AM32A-60A) 
3(A/M32A-86D) FUEL J8, expect 4-6 hour delay without prior coordination. Due to limited manning, aircrew 
assistance is required with refueling ops. TRAN ALERT Chip detection inspection rqr by F-16 not avbl. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Tower has no specific hours. Afld operations operates, Mon-Fri, clsd Sat, Sun and hoi. See FLIP 
AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Info. RSTD Payload delivery, Distinguished Visitor shuttle Support. PPR. 48 hr prior 
notice required for opr Mon-Fri 1300-2100Z:t, OT request 5 day prior notice, exc rqr 45 OSS/CC approval. PPR 
valid +/- 30 minutes prior/after ETA. Early/late arr/dep must be coordinated. Twr manned based on PPR. Ctc 1 
ROPS/DOUS, CCAFS, FL DSN 467-5941, C321-853-5941 for PPR. No arr or dep permitted within 1 hr of Cape 
Canaveral launch opr. All acft will ctc approach before proceeding to Cape Canaveral. Flight is restricted to 
1000' abv and within a horizontal radius of 2000' from any space launch complex. CAUTION Many obstructions in 
vicinity of rwy. Bird hazard. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) operations. Rwy 13-31 does not have paved 
overruns. Unlighted 255' bldg (N28°33'07.28" W80°35'24.33"). Unlighted 240' bldg (N28°32'35.84" 
W80°35'26.90"). Unlighted 244' MSL crane (N28°26'55.86" W80°35'17.94"). 

TFC PAT TPA— Rectangular 1100 (1090), overhead 1600 (1590). CSTMS/AG/IMG: Avbl 1 hour prior notice Mon-Fri 
1300-2200Zt, other times 2 hour prior notice. PPR. MISC Official passengers only. No space A facilities avbl. Ltd 
parking. Observation automated, FMQ-19 observation wx equipment in use 24hrs. Wx observation/forecast avbl 
24 hrs via phone DSN 467-8484, C321-853-8484. No classified materials storage avbl. AM Ops DSN 
467-4241, COMM 321-853-4241, FAX COMM 321-853-1521. 

COMMUNICATIONS: 
® ORLANDO APP/DEP CON 134.95 281.425 

TOWER 118.625 143.15 239.05 (Operates for scheduled operations only. Mon-Fri, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays.) 
PMSV METRO (CAPE METRO) 344.6 (Terminal weather forecast not issued for KXMR, see KTTS or KCOF.) 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1300-2100Z1;, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays, other times CLASS G. 

RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE COF. 

PATRICK (T) TACAN Chan 97 COF (115.0) N28°14.26' W80°36.71' 016° 14.0 NM to fid. 10/4W. 
Unmonitored 0500-1300Z:t. No NOTAM MP Wed 0900-1500Z1;. 

CAPOK N27°59.71' W82°42.23' NOTAM FILE PIE. MIAMI 

NOB (LOM) 360 PI 172° 5.2 NM to St. Petersburg-Clearwater Intl. L-24F 

CARRABELLE— THOMPSON (X13) 3W UTC-5(-4DT) N29 o 50.52' W84°42.07' JACKSONVILLE 

20 B NOTAM FILE GNV L-21D, 221 

RWV 05-23: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.3° TCH 40'. Trees. RWV 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.3° TCH 40'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Autos occasionally use rwy for road. Lgts on several twys OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 05-23 and PAPI Rwys 05 and 23— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TLH. 

SEMINOLE (H)VORTAC 117.5 SZW Chan 122 N30°33.37' W84°22.44' 200° 46.0 NM to fid. 180/02E. 
HIWAS. 

CECIL FLD (See JACKSONVILLE) 

CECIL N30°12.78' W81°53.45' NOTAM FILE VQQ JACKSONVILLE 

(H)VORW 117.9 VQQ 087° 11.3 NM to Jacksonville NAS (Towers Fid). H-8H, L-21D, 24G, A 

VOR unusable: 

056°-064" bio 12000' 195°-214° bio 5000' 

131"-134° bio 12000' 291°-295° byd 10 NM bio 4000' 

166"-194° bio 12000' 296°-345° bio 4000' 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



72 FLORIDA 

CEDAR KEY 

GEORGE T LEWIS (CDK) lW UTC-5(-4DT) N29°08.05' W83°03.03' JACKSONVILLE 

11 B NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWY 05-23: H 2355X100 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 05: VASI(V2L) RWV 23: Thld dsplcd 338'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Seagulls on rwy. Arpt ben OTS indef. 4' fence 125' from rwy centerline located 400' 

northeast of Rwy 23 thld and parallel to public road. Thld Igts damaged or missing. Arpt Igts unreliable. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

CHALET SUZANNE AIR STRIP (see lake wales) 

CHARLOTTE CO (see punta gorda) 

CHOCTAW NOLF (nfjj N3o°3o.oi' w86°57.oo' new Orleans 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1200-0600Z:t- clsd Sat, Sun and holidays. H-7E, 8G, L-22H 

Other times CLASS G. 

CLEARWATER AIR PARK (CLW) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N27°58.60' W82°45.53' MIAMI 

71 S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1071(1000) NOTAM FILE PIE L-21D, 24F 

RWY 16-34: H3500X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 16: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 26'. Thld dsplcd 300'. Trees. 
RWY 34: VASI(V4R)— GA 3.5° TCH 26'. Thld dsplcd 850'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200Zt. Ldgs permitted 1200-0200Zt, tkfs permitted 1200Z:t until 1 hr after SS 
whichever is earlier. Full stop Idg only. Noise abatement procedures in effect etc FBO 727-443-3433. ACTIVATE 
MIRL Rwy 16-34— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 125.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PIE. 

ST. PETERSBURG (H)VORTAC 116.4 PIE Chan 111 N27°54.47' W82°41.06' 315° 5.7 NM to fid. 9/01E. 
HIWAS. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: HIWAS unusable 330°-151° byd 25 NM bio 5000'. 

CLEWISTON 

AIRGLADES (2IS) 5W UTC-5(-4DT) N26°44.11' W81°03.06' MIAMI 

20 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MIA H-8H, L-23C 

RWY 13-31: H5903X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL IAP 

RWY 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Rgt tfc. RWY 31: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35°. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Parachute Jumping. PAPI Rwy 13 and 31 opr continuous. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 13-31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 124.175 (863) 983-7020. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

LA 8ELLE (L)VORTAC 110.4 LBV Chan 41 N26°49.69' W81°23.49' 106° 19.1 NM to fid. 30/01E. 



COASTAL (See PENSACOLA) 



COSME N28°05.12' W82°31.52' NOTAM FILE TPA. JACKSONVILLE 

NDB(L0M)368 TP 186° 6.6 NM to Tampa Intl. L-24F 



COSTIN (See PORT ST JOE) 



CRAIG N30°20.33' W81°30.60' NOTAM FILE CRG. JACKSONVILLE 

(H)VORTAC 114.5 CRG Chan 92 at Craig Muni. 40/03W. HIWAS. H-8H, L-21D, 23A, 24G, A 

RCO 122. 1R 114. 5T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
RCO 122.2 122.45 (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 



CRAIG MUNI (See JACKSONVILLE) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 



73 



CRESTVIEW N30°49.57' W86°40.75' NOTAM FILE CEW. 

(H)VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 106°8.6 NM to Bob Sikes. 255/03E. HIWAS. 

VOR unusable 264°-280°. 
RCO 122.45 122.2 122.0 (GAINSVILLE RADIO) 



NEW ORLEANS 
H-6K, 8G, 9A, L-21C, 22H 



CRESTVIEW 

BOB SIKES (CEW) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°46.73' W86°31.33' 
213 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, A1+ 0X1,3 NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWV 17-35: H8005X150 (ASPH) S-60, D-120, ST-152, DT-170 MIRL 

RWV 17: PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 1.1% down 

RWV 35: PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Trees. 0.4% up 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For fuel after OlOOZit call 

850-682-6811. PAEW adjacent to all twys indef. Arpt used by 

military for flight test and training. Extensive VFR military student 

instrument training conducted in all quadrants of Crestview 

navaids. Arriving VFR acft should monitor 122.95. Touch and go 

Idgs not recommended; expedite turn off as soon as possible. 

Noise abatement procedures: departing acft maintain rwy heading 

to 700 ft MSL before turning. Parallel twy Igts OTS indef. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.275 (850) 682-1237. HIWAS 115.9 

CEW. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.95 

CRESTVIEW RCO 122.45 122.2 122.0 (GAINSVILLE RADIO) 
® EGLIN APP/DEP CON 124.05 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc 1200-0400ZT- other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW (H)VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' 
W86°40.75' 106° 8.6 NM to fid. 255/03E. HIWAS. 

KOBRA NDB (LOM)201 CE N30°51.17' W86°32.20' 170° 4.5 NM to fid. 

ILS 111.9 l-CEW Rwy 17. LOM KOBRA NDB. Glide slope unusable byd 5° both sides of course 
Autopilot coupled approaches not authorized. 



NEW ORLEANS 

H-6K, 8G, L-21C, 22H 

IAP 




CROSS CITY (CTY) IE UTC-5(-4DT) N29°38.13' W83°06.29' 
42 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWV 04-22: H5005X75 (ASPH) S-13 MIRL 

RWV 04: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Trees. 

RWV 22: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Tree. 
RWV 13-31: H5001X100 (ASPH) S-13 MIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Tree. 

RWV 31: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

04-22, Rwy 13-31, REIL Rwy 04, Rwy 22, Rwy 13 and Rwy 

31— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122. 1R 112.0T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

(L)VORTAC 112.0 CTY Chan 57 N29°35.94' 
W83°02.92' 309° 3.7 NM to fid. 30/02W. 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-8G, L-21D, 24G 

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CRYSTAL RIVER (CQC) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N28°52.07' W82°34.46 

9 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CGC 

RWY 09-27: H4555X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 09: REIL PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Road. 
RWY 27: REIL. PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Road. 

RWY 18-36: 3020X100 (TURF) 

RWY IB: Thld dsplcd 517'. Building. 
RWY 3B: Thld dsplcd 840'. Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300ZT-. Aerobatic activity along N 
side of Rwy 09-27 and 4 NM SW of arpt. Ctc unicom for tfc info 
and ST Petersburg FSS for specific times. Rwy 18-36 dsplcd thld 
marked with green pipes. Buildings and fence 40' from centerline 
both sides of displaced threshold. Rwy 18-36 marked with white 
pipes every 200'. Glider ops within 25 NM. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
09-27, REIL Rwys 09 and 27— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.325 (352) 563-6600. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.6 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OCF. 

OCALA (L)VORTAC 113.7 OCF Chan 84 N29°10.65' 
W82°13.58' 224° 26.0 NM to fid. 80/00E. 



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L-210, 24F 

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(T) VORW/DME 108.6 CYY Chan 23 at Naples Muni. 9/03W. 
DME unusable: 215°-315°. 



MIAMI 
H-8H, L-21D, 23B 



DADE-COLLIER TRAINING AND TRANSITION (see miamd 



DAVIE N26-04.34' W80°14.69' 
RCO 126.7 (MIAMI RADIO) 



MIAMI 
L-23A, A 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 



75 



(DAB) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N29°10.80' W81°03.48' 
100LL, JET A 0X1,2 TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index C 



S-130, D-210, ST-175, 



DAYTONA BEACH INTL 

34 B S4 FUEL 

NOTAM FILE DAB 
RWV 07L-25R: H10500X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 
DT-420, DDT-870 HIRL CL 
RWV 07L: MALSR. TDZL. Thld dsplcd 690'. 
RWV 25R: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 16-34: H6001X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-170, ST-175, 
DT-260, DDT-270 MIRL 

RWV 16: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Road. 
RWV 34: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
RWV 07R-25L: H3195X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWV 07R: PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.86° TCH 40'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 25L: PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.86° TCH 32'. Ground. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT DPERATIDNS 

LANDIN6 HOLD SHORT PDINT 

RWV 07L TWY W 

RWV 16 07L-25R 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWV 07L: TORA-10500 T0DA-10500 
TODA-3195 
TODA-6001 
TODA-3195 
T0DA-10500 
TODA-6001 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-8H, L-21D, 246 

IAP, AD 



RWV D7R: T0RA-3195 
RWV 16: TORA-6001 
RWV 25L: T0RA-3195 
RWV 25R: TORA-9800 
RWV 34: TORA-6001 



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AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Heavy migratory bird activity on and invof arpt. Extensive flight training on 

and invof arpt. TPA — light acft 999(965) high performance acft 1399(1365). Twy N northwest of Rwy 7L and 

northeast of Rwy 25R can be mistaken for the rwy and approach environment. East end of Twy S is 

non-movement area. Rwy 07R-25L non-air carrier acft only. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (386) 253-7469. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 120.05 UNICOM 122.95 
® APP CON 125.72 (8000'-11000') 118.85 (N 4000'-7500') 127.075 (S 4000-7500') 125.8 (N 3500' and bio) 
125.35 (S 3500' and bio) 

TOWER 120.7 118.1 6ND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 119.3 
® DEPCON 123.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OMN. 

ORMOND BEACH (H)VORTAC 112.6 OMN Chan 73 N29°18.20' W81°06.76' 159° 7.9 NM to fid. 19/00E. 

TOMOKNDB (L0M)263 DA N29°08.66' W81°08.87' 071° 5.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE DAB. 

ILS 109.7 l-DAB Rwy 07L. CLASS IA. LOM TOMOK NDB. 

ASR 



DEFUNIAK SPRINGS (54J) 2 W UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 43.87' W86°09.23' 

289 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, Al NOTAM FILE GNV 

RWV 09-27: H4146X60 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWV 03: PAPI(P2L). Tree. RWV 27: PAPI(P2L). Tree. 

RWV 18-3B: 2700X60 (DIRT) 

RWV 18: Thld dsplcd 165'. P-line. 
RWV 36: Thld dsplcd 400'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-OOOOZt-. Self serve fuel avbl with 
credit card after hours. Rwy 18 dsplcd thld marked with 3 tires 5' 
apart perpendicular to dsplcd thld. Rwy 18-36 marked with tires 
painted white every 200'. Trees obstruct line of sight between 
thlds Rwy 09 and Rwy 36 and between thlds Rwy 27 and Rwy 36. 
First 900' of Rwy 09 slopes upward causing line of sight 
obstruction between thlds Rwy 09 and Rwy 27. First 900' of Rwy 
09 in good condition, remainder fair. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
09-27— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® E6LIN APP/DEP CON 124.05 

RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW (H) VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' 
W86°40.75' 099° 27.7 NM to fid. 255/03E. HIWAS. 



NEW ORLEANS 

L-21C.22H 

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DELAND 



BOB LEE FLIGHT STRIP (1J6) 4N UTC-5(-4DT) N29°06.25' W81°18.85' jackso 

94 S4 NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWY 09-27: 3300X72 (TURF) 

RWY 09: Thld dsplcd 300'. Road. BWV 27: Thld dsplcd 800'. Fence. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 09-27 trees in both apchs. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. Rwy 09-27 

marked with orange cones every 200 ft. Dsplcd thlds marked with 3 orange cones. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



(DED) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) 



NOTAM FILE PIE 



DELAND MUNI-SIDNEY H TAYLOR FLD 

N29-04.02' W81°17.03' 

79 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks 

RWY 12-30: H6001X100(ASPH) D-60 MIRL 

RWY 12: PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWY 30: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 

RWY 05-23: H4301X75 (ASPH) D-40 MIRL 

RWY 05: PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWY 23: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1230-2300Z:t. Self serve 100LL avbl 24 
hrs with credit card. Parachute Jumping. Extensive parachute and 
flight training ops. Avoid over flying arpt during parachute ops. 
Considerable pavement cracking. TPA — for prop acft 1079(1000). 
Touch and go ops prohibited if there are 3 or more acft in the tfc 
pattern. Noise sensitive arpt. Avoid over flight of residential areas 
of arpt. Avoid wide downwind Rwy 23. Jet acft use NBAA 
abatement procedures. Noise abatement procedures in effect, etc 
arpt manager for details at 386 740-5808. Calm wind Rwy 05. 
Limited sight distances for all rwys. Ctc UNICOM for tie down 
information. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23 and Rwy 12-30— CTAF. 
PAPI Igts opr continuously all rwys. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.575 (386) 740-5811. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 
® DAYTONA APP/DEP CON 125.35 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OMN. 

ORMOND DEACH (H)VORTAC 112.6 OMN Chan 73 N29°18.20' W81°06.76 
ASR 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-8H, L-210, 24F 

IAP 




212° 16.8 NM to fid. 19/00E. 



DESTIN-FT WALTON BEACH (dtsj ie utc-6(-5dt) N3o°24.oo' W86°28.29 

23 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 NOTAM FILE DTS 

RWY 14-32: H4999X100 (ASPH) S-38, D-67, ST-85, DT-113 MIRL 
RWY 14: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 43'. Trees. 
RWY 32: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. Bldg. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0200Z:t. Depressions along length 
of rwy. Special Air Traffic Rules-Part 93, see Regulatory Notices. 
Exercise extreme vigilance due to close proximity to Eglin AFB 
located 6 NM NW of arpt. All acft ctc Eglin cine del on 121.6 or 
127.7 for ATC departure instructions prior to tkf. IFR acft remain 
on ground — ctc DEP CON for climb out instruction and IFR release. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 133.925 (850) 654-7128. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 
® EGLIN APP/DEP CON 132.1 EGLIN CLNC DEL 121.6 127.7 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW(H)VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' 

W86-40.75' 154° 27.7 NM to fid. 255/03E. HIWAS. 
NDD(MHW)254 DTS N30°24.30' W86°28.43' at fid. NOTAM 
FILE DTS. NDB unmonitored indef. SHUTDOWN. 



NEW ORLEANS 

L-21C, 22H 

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NDD (HW/LOM) 344 JA 077° 6.2 NM to Jacksonville Intl. 



JACKSONVILLE 
H-8H, L-21D, 23A, 24G, A 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 77 

DOLPHIN N25°48.00' W80°20.94' NOTAM FILE MIA. MIAMI 

(H)VORTAC 113.9 DHP Chan 86 099° 3.2 NM to Miami Intl. 10/4W. HIWAS. H-81, L-23A, 23C, A 

RCO 122. 1R 113. 9T (MIAMI RADIO) 

DOWNTOWN FORT LAUDERDALE HELIPORT (see fort lauderdale) 

DUKE FLD/(EGLIN AF AUX NR 3) (egi)(kegi) af 3w utc-6(-5dt) new Orleans 

N30°39.02' W86°31.37' H-BK, 86, L-21C, 22H 

191 B NOTAM FILE CEW Not insp. DIAP, AD 

RWV 18-3B: H7997X150 (ASPH) PCN 28 F/A/W/T HIRL 

RWV 18: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47'. RWV 36: REIL. SALSF. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. 

RWV 180-360: H3500X60 (ASPH) PCN 65 F/B/W/T 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWV 18: TORA-8000 TODA-8000 
RWV 36: TORA-8000 TODA-8000 

MILITARY SERVICE: L6T Rwy 18 PAPI rwy reference point not coincidental with ILS rwy point of intercept. Rwy 18 NSTD 
ALSF1 length 2000'. FUEL J8 FLUID LPOX TRAN ALERT No tran alert svc. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1500-0600Z:t, CLOSED weekends and holidays. Base OPS/ATC not manned other 
times. See FLIP AP/1 Route and Area Rstd (Florida Valparaiso) for Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard, Wx Restrictions 
and Supplementary Arpt Remarks. RSTD Official Business Only all acft except base assigned, others coordinate 
thru Duke OPS DSN 875-6538/6516, normal opr weekdays. PPR: No less than 24 hr prior coordination. No 
180° turns on rwy by C130 or larger acft. No 180° turns on Assault Ldg Zone. ALZ restricted for use by AFSOC 
and 919th SOW acft only. Due to weight limitations, E side of afld rstd to C130 acft and smaller 170,000 lb and 
bio. CAUTION Due to lack of visual reference during ngt VFR opr, pilot efforts to maintain altitude by visual means 
may be unreliable. Intense tfc 10 NM N of arpt in vicinity of Crestview/Bob Sikes Arpt. Twy edge Igts nstd on all 
twys that meet rwy (Igts are more than 10' from rwy edge line); acft follow twy centerline. Rwy edge Igt located 
75' from outside edge strip. High volume of Navy T-34 and B-06 training acft near CEW VORTAC. Surveillance 
radar returns intermittent from Warrington (DWG) TACAN R-360 clockwise to R-50, 25 DME to 45 DME, 5000' 
and bio. Apch Igt Rwy 18 non-frangible structures. Extensive ALZ/NVD training in effect weekdays. CSTMS/A6/IMG 
Ltd svc, no resident CSTMS agent. Avbl for base assigned acft and their deployments only. 24 hr prior notice 
rqr. All other acft must clear CSTMS prior to arrival. MISC Wx opr 1500-0600Z:t, other times svc not avbl. 
Remote briefing avbl 26 OWS Barksdale AFB, DSN 781-4775, C318-456-4775. Afld wx monitor by AN/FMQ-19 
ASOS. No arresting cables avbl. Expect no notice closure of Duke Fid Airspace for Special Mission Test. 
Standard USAF RSRS applied. Base OPS DSN 875-6538/6516, C850-883-6516, fax DSN 872-3308, normal 
opr weekdays. 

COMMUNICATIONS: PTD 142.3 372.2 
® APP CON 125.1 281.45 (271°-089°) 132.1 360.6 (090°-270°) 

DUKE TOWER 133.2 290.425 (Mon-Fri 1500-0600ZT-, except holidays, other times see FAR Part 93.83 Special Air 
Traffic Rules.) DUKE GND CON 251.125 
® DEP CON 120.9 290.5 

DUKE COMD POST (SANDCASTLE) 225.75 (DSN 875-6701 C850-883-6701 or 1-800-437-8843.) 
PMSV METRO 342.2 (Sun 0500Z:t-Fri 0500Z:t. Svc Ictd at KVPS.) 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1500-0600Z:t except holidays, other times see FAR Part 93.83 Special Air Traffic 
Rules. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE VPS. 

WARRIN6T6N (T) TACAN Chan 2 DWG (134.5) N30°28.69' W86°31.25' 359° 10.3 NM to fid. 77/OE. 
Unmonitored Mon-Fri 0600-1200Z:t, and 24 hrweekends and holidays. No NOTAM MP 0900-1200Z:t 3rd 
Mon of Feb and Aug; DME 0900-1200Z:t 3rd Mon of Apr and Oct. 
ILS 111.7 l-EGI Rwy 18. No NOTAM MP Glide slope Rwy 18 1100-1400Z:t 1st Thu of Apr and Oct, 
Localizer Rwy 18 1100-1400Z:t 4th Thu of Mar and Sep. 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: UHF equipped acft must use UHF in Duke tfc pattern. 



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DUNNELLON/MARION CO & PARK OF COMMERCE 

N29°03.71' W82°22.60' 
65 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWY 05-23: H4941X100 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.5° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.5° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWY 09-27: H4702X60 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 09: Fence. RWY 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200ZT.. Credit Card fuel 

avbl 24 hrs. Thld Igts Rwy 05 OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwys 

05-23 and 09-27 and PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OCF. 

OCALA (L)VORTAC 113.7 OCF Chan 84 N29°10.65' 
W82°13.58' 229°10.5 NM to fid. 80/00E. 



(X35) 4 E UTC-5(-4DT) 



JACKSONVILLE 

L-210, 24F 

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EASTPORT N30°25.42' W81°36.56' NOTAM FILE JAX. 
NOD (MHW) 357 EYA 319° 5.9 NM Jacksonville Intl. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-21D, 24G 



EGLINAFAUXNR3 (see duke fld) 



EGLINAFB (See Valparaiso) 



ENGLEWOOD 

BUCHAN (X36) 2 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N26°59.41' W82°22.44'. 
15 NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWY 12-30: 2040X120 (TURF) 

RWY 12: Tree. RWY 30: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Parachute Jumping. Ultralight activity on and in vicinity of arpt. Rwy 12-30 thlds 

marked with 3 white tires perpendicular to centerline. Rwy 12-30 rough and bare in spots. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



EUSTIS 



MID FLORIDA AIR SERVICE (X55) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N28°50.60' W81°37.S1' JACKSONVILLE 

167 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWY 18-36: 3200X80 (TURF) LIRL 

RWY 18: Thld dsplcd 540'. Fence. RWY 36: Thld dsplcd 108'. Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400ZJ;-Sunset. Rwy 18-36 CLOSED for touch and go landing. No fit training. Rwy 18 

dsplcd thld marked with 2 ft by 12 ft concrete slabs painted white — flush with rwy. Rwy 18-36 marked on sides 

with tires painted white. Rotating ben ops dusk-0400ZJ;. After 0400ZJ; ACTIVATE— CTAF. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 

18-36— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

EVERGLADES AIRPARK (X01) 1 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N25 o 50.93' W81°23.42' MIAMI 

5 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MIA 

RWY 15-33: H2400X60 (ASPH-TURF) S-20 MIRL 
RWY 15: Trees. Rgttfc. RWY 33: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200ZJ;. Fuel avbl 24 hrs with credit card. PAEW invof Rwy 15-33 indef. High 
density bird population on and around arpt. Ditch 54' left of centerline first 664' of Rwy 33. Rwy 15-33 has a 
50' asph center with a 5' turf edge on each side. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 15-33 — CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 

EXECUTIVE (See ORLANDO) 



FERGUSON (See PENSACOLA) 



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79 



FERNANDINA BEACH MUNI (fhb) as utc-5(-4dt) 

16 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GNV 

RWV 04-22: H5301X100 (ASPH) S-42, D-70, DT-120 MIRL 

RWV 04: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Tree. 

RWV 22: PAPI(P4L). Thld dsplcd 451'. Tree. 
RWV 13-31: H5152X100 (ASPH-PFC) S-42, D-70, DT-120 MIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Bridge. 

RWV 31: Thld dsplcd 150'. Tree. 
RWV 08-26: H5000X100 (CONC) S-42, D-70, DT-120 MIRL 

RWV 08: PAPI(P4L). Trees. 

RWV 26: PAPI(P4L). Thld dsplcd 700'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OlOOZt-. ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 04 and 

Rwy 13, MIRL Rwy 04-22, Rwy 08-26 and Rwy 13-31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.075 (904) 277-7323. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 127.0 

6C0 121.725 (JACKSONVILLE CLNC AND GAINESVILLE FSS) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRG. 

CRAIG (H)VORTAC 114.5 CRG Chan 92 N30°20.33' 
W81°30.60' 012° 16.5 NM to fid. 40/03W. HIWAS. 

ASR 



N30°36.71' W81-27.67' 



JACKSONVILLE 

, 12F, L-21D, 24G, A 

IAP, AD 




FISH HOOK N24-32.90' W81°47.18' NOTAM FILE EYW. 
ND6(H)332 FIS 076° 1.5 NM to Key West Intl. 


MIAMI 
H-8H, L-21D, 23C 


FLAGLER CO (see palm coast) 


FLYING TEN (see archer) 


FOLEY N29°59.77' W83°35.18' NOTAM FILE GNV. 

ND6 (MHW) 254 FPY 007° 4.4 NM to Perry-Foley. Unmonitored indef. SHUTDOWN. 


JACKSONVILLE 
L-21D, 22J 


FORREST SHERMAN FLD (see pensacola nas) 


FORT DRUM N27°33.oo' wsoms.oc 

RCO 122.2 (ST. PETERSBURG RADIO) 


MIAMI 
L-24F 



(DTI) 0N UTC-5(-4DT) N26°07.23' W80°08.52' 



MIAMI 



FT LAUDERDALE 

DOWNTOWN FORT LAUDERDALE HELIPORT 

114 NOTAM FILE MIA 

HELIPAD H1: H84X84 (CONC) MIRL 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. For reservations and assistance call 1-954-968-9675. Primary apch 145° 
true course inbound. Rooftop facility. PPR to use parking position, all hrs. Contact Ft Lauderdale/Hollywood Intl 
twr on freq 119.3 prior to entering Ft Lauderdale Class C airspace and upon tkf. Repetitive flight training and 
student solos discouraged. Noise sensitive areas all quadrants. No tkfs or Idgs at eastern parking position. 
Parking prohibited on Idg/tkf (western) position. Maximum gross weight 11,900 lbs. Maximum rotor diameter 
46'. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 



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UTC-5(-4DT) N26°11.84' W80°10.24' 

-See Remarks LRA NOTAM FILE FXE 
HIRL 



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MIAMI 

L-23C, A 

IAP, AD 



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FT LAUDERDALE EXECUTIVE (fxej 5 n 

13 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,3 TPA- 
RWY 08-26: H6001X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-60 

RWY 08: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Trees 

RWY 28: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.25° TCH 28'. Bldg. 
RWY 13-31: H4000X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-60 

RWY 13: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 31: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 48'. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVBL 

RWY 26 13-31 3000 

RWY 31 08-26 3250 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Flocks of birds on and invof 

arpt. Rwy 13-31 CLOSED 0300-1200Z:t when Rwy 08-26 is 

operational full length. Portions of Rwy 31 run-up area (W of Twy 

B) are not visible from the twr. Taxilane C (SW of Twy B) is a 

non-controlled operational area. Twy A is restricted to acft 

weighing up to 12,500 lbs. When reported ceiling and visibility 

minimums are bio 800' or 2 miles, Twy A will be clsd. Req 

progressive taxi if unfamiliar. TPA — for Igt acft 1013(1000); jet acft 

1513(1500); helicopters 513(500). 126 ft building 1 mile E of arpt 

along Rwys 08-26 centerline. All acft operators avoid overflights of 

residential area one-half mile SW of control twr. All rwys noise sensitive and monitored 24 hrs. Jet runups 

prohibited 0000-1200Z:t. Voluntary restriction of jet acft on Rwy 13-31. Rwy 26 nighttime preferential use 

rwy. Req Quiet One departure for Rwy 08 eastbound 0300-1200ZJ;. Voluntary use of National Business Acft 

Association standard noise abatement procedure req. For noise abatement procedure call 954-828-4978 

during business hrs and 954-828-6666 evenings and weekends. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 

NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (954) 772-2537. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 119.85 UNICOM 122.95 
® MIAMI APP/DEP CON 119.7 (Usable 4000' and below.) 

EXECUTIVE TOWER 120.9 GND CON 121.75 CLNC DEL 127.95 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc continuously. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLL. 

(H)V0RW/DME 114.4 FLL Chan 91 N26°04.49' W80°09.15' 352° 7.4 NM to fid. 10/OOE. 

PRAIZ NDB (MHW/LOM) 221 FX N26°11.14' W80°17.91' 087° 6.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE FXE. Unmonitored 
when twr clsd. 

ILS 111.1 l-FXE Rwy 08. LOM PRAIZ NDB. 



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FT LAUDERDALE/HOLLYWOOD INTL ( fll) 3 sw 

9 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 

Class I, ARFF Index E NOTAM FILE FLL 
RWV 09L-27R: H9000X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-100, D-200, ST-175, 
DT-468, DDT-800 HIRL 

RWV 09L: MALSR. PAPI (P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 68'. Thld dsplcd 577'. 
Road. 

RWV 27R: RAIL. MALSR. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. Thld dsplcd 
606'. Railroad. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 13-31: H6930X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-90, D-150, ST-175, 
DT-350 MIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 75'. Lower GA 3.0° TCH 67' 
RWY 31: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 75'. Lower GA 3.0° TCH 49'. 
Thld dsplcd 70'. Railroad gate. 
RWV 09R-27L: H5276X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 09R: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 320'. 
Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 27L: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 142'. Pole. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWV D9L: T0RA-9000 T0DA-9000 
T0DA-5276 
T0DA-6930 
T0DA-5276 
T0DA-9000 
T0DA-6930 



UTC-5(-4DT) N26°04.36' W80°09.17' 
TPA— 1009(1000) AOE 



MIAMI 

H— 81, L-23C, A 

IAP, AD 



RWV D9R: 
RWV 13: 
RWV 27L: 
RWV 27R: 
RWV 31: 



TORA-5276 
TORA-6930 
TORA-5276 
TORA-9000 
TORA-6930 



ASDA-9000 
ASDA-5276 
ASDA-6930 
ASDA-5276 
ASDA-9000 
ASDA-6930 




LDA-8423 
LDA-4956 
LDA-6930 
LDA-5134 
LDA-8396 
LDA-6860 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 
RWV D9L: EMAS 
RWV 27R: EMAS 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 09R-27L CLOSED except to acft with wingspan less than 78' and 
apch speed less than 121 knots. Rwy 09R-27L CLOSED to all acft 0300-1200Z:L-. Arpt CLOSED to air carrier jet 
training. Arpt CLOSED to large acft training over 58,000 pounds maximum certificated gross tkf weight. Arpt 
CLOSED to all training 0400-1200ZJ;. ASDE-X surveillance system in use: pilots should opr transponders with 
Mode 'C on all twys and rwys. Flocks of birds on and in vicinity of fid. Concentration of birds below 500', 2.0 
NM west of the AER 09L and 09R. Rwy 09R-27L Grip Flex on center 50' of Rwy 09R-27L. Be alert: intersection 
of Twy G and Q not visible from twr. Standing water on rwy safety area AER 27R. Twy B6 clsd to acft with 
wingspan greater than 126' and tail greater than 46'. Twys South of Twy B and West of Rwy 13-31 except for 
Twys P and E are 50' wide or less; design criteria for large acft not maintained. Acft with wingspans greater than 
112' may utilize Twy E between Twys B/P by PPR only. Jet runups prohibited 0400-1200Z:L-. Rwy 09R-27L 
CLOSED to acft in excess of 58,000 pounds maximum certificated gross tkf weight. All rwys are noise sensitive. 
PPR for aircraft with explosives. Turbulence below 1000 ft over landfill located 2NM W, and over electric power 
plant located 1 14 NM ENE. Rwy 13 aiming point markings located 1171' from thld. Air carrier acft use ramp 
push back procedures as prescribed by arpt ops. East side of Concourse B avbl only to acft with a wingspan of 
less than 124.9'. Noise abatement in effect etc airport noise abatement office 954-359-6181 for details. Arr 
acft from N and W maintain 6000 ft until abeam Rwy 27L, 27R on downwind. Arr acft from N maintain 6000' 
until a beam Rwy 09L on downwind. No VFR apchs or base legs until offshore. Rwy 27R RVR touchdown avbl. All 
wide-body type acft departing Rwy 09L should follow taxiway centerline into position on rwy. Acft operating from 
Terminal 1,2 and Gates El, E5, E7, E9, E10 at Terminal 3 must etc Ramp ctl. Effective 1100-0300ZJ:. Flight 
Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (954) 359-7857. TDWR. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 135.0 UNICOM 122.95 

?) MIAMI APP CON 128.6 (091°-270°) 133.775 (271°-090° 4000' and above) 118.1 (271°-090°blo 4000') 
TOWER 119.3 120.2 GND CON 121.4 121.7 CLNC DEL 128.4 PRE TAXI CLNC 128.4 RAMP CTL 118.175 
(1100-0 300ZJ;) 
?) MIAMI DEP CON 128.6 (091°-270°) 126.05 (271°-090° 4000' and above) 119.7 (271°-090°blo 4000') 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLL. 

(H)V0RW/DME 114.4 FLL Chan 91 N26°04.49' W80°09.15' at fid. 10/00E. 
VOR portion unusable 210°-225°; 226°-209° byd 10 NM bio 4000'; 226°-299° byd 25 NM bio 6000'; 

300°-330° byd 25 NM bio 8000'; 331°-209° byd 25 NM bio 6000'. 
DME unusable 350°-020° byd 30 NM bio 5000'. 
PLANTATION NDB (MHW) 242 PJN N26°07.94' W80°13.13' 138° 5.1 NM to fid. 
ILS/DME 110.1 l-LHI Chan 38 Rwy 09L. CLASS IB. 
ILS 108.5 l-FLL Rwy 09R. (Loc only). 
ILS 109.35 l-LID Rwy 13. (Loc only). 
ILS 110.7 l-UDL Rwy27R. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Freq. 121.5 not avbl at twr. 



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FORT MYERS N26°35.i9' wsi-si.ss' 

RCO 122.65 122.2 122. 1R (MIAMI RADIO) 



MIAMI 
H-8H, L-21D, 23B 



FORT MYERS 



MIRL 



ASDA-6401 
ASDA-4909 
ASDA-6401 
ASDA-4667 



LDA-5947 
LDA-4297 
LDA-6001 
LDA-4667 



PAGE FLD (FMY) 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N26°35.20' W81°51.80' 
17 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A LRA NOTAM FILE FMY 
RWY 05-23: H6406X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-125, D-155, ST-175, DT-350 

RWY 05: VASKV4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 459'. Fence. 

RWY 23: VASKV4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Thld dsplcd 399'. Railroad. 
RWY 13-31: H4912X150 (ASPH) S-30, D-35 MIRL 

RWY 13: VASKV4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Thld dsplcd 615'. Fence. 

RWY 31: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Fence. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY05:TORA-64Ol T0DA-6401 

RWY 13:T0RA-4909 T0DA-4909 

RWY23:T0RA-6401 T0DA-6401 

RWY31:T0RA-4667 T0DA-4907 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0400ZT-. High density bird 

population within arpt boundaries. PAEW adjacent to rwy and twys 

during dalgt hrs. Brightly Igtd ball fid 1500 feet SE of apch end 

Rwy 05. Noise sensitive arpt — voluntary restriction for large acft 

and jet acft conducting multiple apchs and/or clsd tfc. Twy B SE 

of Twy A is non-movement area not visible from twr. Scheduled 

commercial passenger opr prohibited. For information call arpt 

manager 813-768-1000. Fees for all charter and revenue 

producing acft. PPR for customs clearance, call 239-561-6205. 

Air to FBO communications avbl on 130.55. No scheduled commercial passenger ops for info call airport 

manager 239-936-1443. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (239) 936-2318. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.0 ATIS 123.725 

FORT MYERS RCO 122.65 122.2 122. 1R (MIAMI RADIO). 
® FORT MYERS APP/DEP CON 126.8 (1100-0500Z:t) 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.75 (0500-llOOZt-) 

TOWER 119.0 (1200-0300ZT-) GND CON 121.7 CLNC DEL 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0 300Zt- other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RSW. 

LEE CO (L)VORTAC 111.8 RSW Chan 55 N26°31.79' W81°46.55' 308° 5.8 NM to fid. 25/02W. h 

CALOO NOB (LOM) 341 FM N26°30.97' W81°57.01' 051° 6.3 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE FMY. 

ILS 110.7 l-FMY Rwy 05. LOM CALOO NDB. ILS unmonitored. 




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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA INTL (RSW) 10 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N26 32.17' W81°45.31' MIAMI 

30 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index D H-8H, L-21D, 23B 

NOTAM FILE RSW IAP, AD 

RWV 06-24: H12000X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-190, ST-175, DT-430, DDT-840 HIRL CL 
RWV 06:TDZL. MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 24: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. CAUTION — Birds and wildlife on and invof arpt. Lgts on parallel road and 
parking lot NW of Rwy 06-24 can be mistaken for the rwy and apch environment. Open baggage bays within 
terminal area. Aircrews should use minimum thrust setting in these areas. Specially during single engine taxi. 
Cross-bleed starts only allowed after reaching the tug release point. CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier ops with 
more than 30 passenger seats except PPR, call arpt manager 239-590-4810. Twr cine rqr prior to entering Twy 
F. PPR rqrd for terminal ramp call 239-590-4810. Air carrier pilots use ramp procedures as prescribed by arpt 
ops. No helicopter opr permitted on terminal apron. Arpt has rwy use program. Use distant noise abatement dep 
profile. Visual apchs to Rwy 06 W of Fort Myers Beach are requested to maintain 3000' until crossing Fort Myers 
Beach shoreline 12 NM SW of arpt. For noise abatement procedures call arpt manager 239-590-4810. U.S. 
Customs user fee arpt. Fees for all charter and travel clubs and revenue producing acft. Flight Notification 
Service (ADCUS) avbl. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (239) 561-0966. HIWAS 111.8 RSW. LAWRS. LLWAS. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.95 ATIS 124.65 
® FORT MYERS APP/DEP CON 126.8 (331°-059°) 125.15 (241°-330°) 119.75 (060°-240°) (1100-0500Zt-) 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.75 (0500-1100Z:t) 

FORT MYERS TOWER 128.75 (1100-0500Z:t) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 132.075 

AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve 1100-0500Z:t etc APP CON other times CLASS E. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RSW. 

LEE CO (L)VORTAC 111.8 RSW Chan 55 N26°31.79' W81°46.55' 073° 1.2 NM to fid. 25/02W. HIWAS. 
MUFFE NDB (LOM) 336 RS N26°29.06' W81°50.08' 054° 5.3 NM to fid. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 
ILS 111.5 l-RSW Rwy 06. Class IA. LOM MUFFE NDB. Unmonitored when twr clsd. Coupled apchs not 
authorized bio 560' MSL. 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: LAWRS avbl on freq. 122.95 when twr clsd. 

FT PIERCE N27°29.20' W80°22.40' NOTAM FILE FPR. MIAMI 

NDB (MHW) 275 FPR at St. Lucie Co Intl. L-24F 

RCO 122.55 (MIAMI RADIO) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



84 



FLORIDA 



FT PIERCE 



MIAMI 

H-81, L-24F 

IAP, AD 



Rwy 10R-28R:6492X 150 
Rwy 10L-28R: 4000X75 
Rwy 14-32:4755X100 



ST LUCIE CO INTL (FPR) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N27°29.85 r W80°22.36 
24 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 LRA NOTAM FILE FPR 
RWY 1 DR-28L: H6492X150 (ASPH) S-30, D-60 MIRL 

RWY 10R: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. Rgt. tfc. 

RWY 28L: VASI (V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Trees. 
RWY 1DL-28R: H4000X75 (ASPH) MIRL S-15 Rwy 28R: Rgt. tfc. 
RWY 14-32: H4755X100 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWY 14: Tree. Rgt. tfc. RWY 32: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200ZT-. Numerous flocks of birds 

and wildlife on and invof arpt. Extensive flight training on and 

within 20 miles of arpt bio 6000'. High tension p-lines V4 mile 

west AER 10L unmarked and unlighted. Drainage channel SO ft 

wide, 10 ft deep, 600 ft from AER 10L. Drainage channel 80 ft 

wide, 10 ft deep, 530 ft from AER 28R. 2 ft drainage ditch 361 ft 

from Rwy 10R thld 259 ft right. 2 ft drainage ditch 797 ft from thld 

Rwy 28L 349 ft left. 2 ft drainage ditch 367 ft west of Twy Al 

between Twy A and Rwy 10L-28R. Trees on AER 10R 600' from 

right and left of centerline. Lgtd ARFF communications antenna 

125' AGL located 793' SSE of Rwy 28L thld. VFR training acft 

outside of Class D airspace transmit intended activity on 123.3. 

8' fence 400' from centerline on northside of Rwy 10R-28L and 

east of Rwy 14-32. Rwy 10L-28R VFR training rwy. Extremely 

noise sensitive area E and SE. When twr closed right tfc Rwy 14. Rwy 10R and Rwy 28R. Voluntary noise 

abatement procedures in effect, etc arpt management at 772-462-1732. Voluntary restrictions on touch and go 

or stop and go operations on Sun, and holidays, Mon-Sat 2 hrs after SS-1300Z:t. Rwy 14-32 has 50' paved 

shoulders. Twy CI restricted to acft with a wing span of 105' or less. Rwy 10R-28L 25' paved shoulders. 

ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 10R, MIRL Rwy 10L-28R, Rwy 10R-28L and Rwy 14-32 CTAF. VASI Rwy 10R and Rwy 28L 

opr continuously. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs 

Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (772) 489-4281. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 128.2 ATIS 134.825 

FT PIERCE RCO 122.55 (MIAMI RADIO) 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.25 

FT PIERCE TOWER 128.2 (1200-0200Zt-) GND CON 119.55 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1200-0200ZT- other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE VRB. 

VERO DEACH (H)VORTAC 117.3 VRB Chan 120 N27°40.71' W80°29.38' 154° 12.5 NM to fid. 20/04W. 
HIWAS. 

FT PIERCE NDB (MHW) 275 FPR N27°29.20' W80°22.40' at fid. NOTAM FILE FPR. 

LUUCE NDB (LOM) 338 FJ N27°29.82' W80°28.48' 094°5.4 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 110.55 l-FJD Chan 42(Y) Rwy 10R. Class IA. LOM LUUCE NDB. ILS unmonitored. 




FT WALTON BEACH (see navarre) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 



85 



UTC-5(-4DT) N29"41.40' W82°16.31' 
OX 1, 3 Class I, ARFF Index — See Remarks 



S-75, D-260, ST-175, 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-8H, L-21D, 24G 

IAP, AD 



GAINESVILLE RGNL ( gnv) 3 ne 

152 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A 

NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWV 11-29: H7504X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 

DT-320 HIRL 0.6% up W 

RWV 11: REIL. PAPI(P4L). TCH 50'. Tree. 

RWV 29: MALSR. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 
RWV 07-25: H4158X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-150, ST-175, 

DT-210 MIRL 0.5% up SW 

RWV 07: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

RWV 25: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Birds, deer and other 

animals on and invof arpt. High density migratory birds during 

dalgt hrs invof all runways. A small portion of Rwy 07-25 and Twy 

A are not visible from the twr because the line of sight is blocked 

by the VORTAC bldg. Rwy 07-25 not avbl to air carrier acft. 

Northeast 1000' portion of Twy A is not visible from the twr. 

CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 

passenger seats except with 24 hr PPR call airport manager 

352-373-0249. Class I, ARFF Index A. Index B ARFF (Acft Rescue 

and Fire Fighting) equipment avbl upon request. When twr clsd 

acft weighing more than 12,500 lbs. are rqr to etc FBO ops for 

parking instructions prior to exiting Twy 'A' due to irregular pavement strengths. Contact FBO 352-335-4681. 

Rwy 11-29 grooving full length X 130' wide center portion. GA ramp limited to acft 90,000 lbs max gross takeoff 

weight, dual wheel or below or with PPR. Rwy 29 touchdown runway visual range avbl. When twr clsd, ACTIVATE 

MIRL Rwy 07-25, HIRL Rwy 11-29 and MALSR Rwy 29— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (352) 335-8672. HIWAS 116.2 GNV. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.55 ATIS 127.15 UNICOM 122.95 

GATORS RCO 116. 2T 122. 1R 122.2 122.5 123.65 (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 121.3 

TOWER 119.55 (1145-0330Z:t) GND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS sve 1145-0330Z:t. other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

GATORS(L) VORTAC 116.2 GNV Chan 109 N29°41.53' W82°16.38' at fid. 128/04W. HIWAS. 

WVNDS NOD (MHW/LOM) 269 GN N29°40.20' W82°10.33' 287° 5.3 NM to fid. 

ILS 111.3 l-GNV Rwy 29. Class IE. LOM WYNDS NDB. 

ASR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Ctc Gainesville Radio for airport advisory service on 119.55 when twr is clsd. 




GATORS N29°41.53' W82°16.38' NOTAM FILE GNV 

(L) VORTAC 116.2 GNV Chan 109 at Gainesville Rgnl. 128/04W. 

VORTAC unusable byd 25 NM bio 3000'. HIWAS. 
RCO 116. 2T 122. 1R 122.2 122.5 123.65 (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 



JACKSONVILLE 
H-8H, L-21D, 24G 



GEORGE T LEWIS (see cedar key) 



GREENVILLE N30°33.08' W83°46.99' NOTAM FILE GNV. 

(L) VORTAC 109.0 GEF Chan 27 159° 30.7 NM to Perry-Foley. 220/01E. 

VOR unusable 358°-013° bio 5000'. 
RCD 122. 1R 109. OT (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-21D, 22J 



HERLONG (See JACKSONVILLE) 



HERNANDO CO (see brooksville) 



HERNY N28°30.41' W81°26.04' NOTAM FILE ORL. 
NDB (LOM) 221 OR 070° 5.8 NM to Orlando Executive. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-24F 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



86 FLORIDA 

HIGH SPRINGS 

OAK TREE LANDING (6JS) 7 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N29 43.21' W82°39.84' JACKSONVILLE 

93 NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWY 09-27: 5600X75 (TURF) 

RWY 09: Trees. RWY 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 09-27 CLOSED indef. 280' twr 2 NM NW of arpt. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

HILLIARD AIRPARK (01J) 1 E UTC-5(-4DT) N30 o 41.18' W81°54.34' JACKSONVILLE 

59 NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWY 18-36: 3365X125 (TURF) MIRL 

RWY 18: Thld dsplcd 795'. Fence. RWY 36: Thld dsplcd 125'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 18-36 length, width and dsplcd thlds marked with white tires. Rwy 18-36 MIRL 

OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

HOLLYWOOD 

NORTH PERRY (HWO) 5W UTC-5(-4DT) N26°00.07' W80°14.44' MIAMI 

8 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 808 (800) NOTAM FILE HWO L-23C, A 

RWY 18R-36L: H3350X100 (ASPH) S-17 MIRL IAP, AD 

RWY 18R: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 350'. Pole. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 36L: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 350'. Poles. 
RWY 18L-36R: H3260X100 (ASPH) S-17 

RWY 18L: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 110'. Trees 

RWY 36R: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 185'. Pole. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 09L-27R: H3241X100 (ASPH) S-17 

RWY 09L: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 181'. Pole. 

RWY 27R: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 43'. Thld dsplcd 60'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 09R-27L: H3255X100 (ASPH) S-17 MIRL 

RWY 09R: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 255'. Bldg. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 27L: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 36'. Thld dsplcd 210'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200Z:t. Arpt CLOSED to acft over 12,500 pounds maximum certified takeoff 

gross weight. Bird activity on and invof arpt. High volume of banner towing and student flight invof arpt. 

Numerous tall towers SE of arpt cause radio interference. When twr clsd ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09R-27L and Rwy 

18R-36L — CTAF. NOTE: See Special Notices — Terminal Area Graphic Notice. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (954) 983-5904. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 132.1 ATIS 135.475 UNICOM 122.95 
® MIAMI APP/DEP CON 128.6 

TOWER 132.1 134.3 (1200-0200Z:t.) GND CON 120.45 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0200Zt other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLL. 

FT. LAUDERDALE (H) VORW/DME 114.4 FLL Chan 91 N26°04.49' W80°09.15' 227° 6.5 NM to fid. 10/OOE. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 87 

HOMESTEAD ARB (HSTKKHST) AFRC 3 E UTC-5(-4DT) N25°29.31' W80°23.02' MIAMI 

5 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE HST H-81, L-23C, A 

RWV 05-23: H 11200X300 (CONC-GRVD) S-155, T-280, ST-175, TT-545, TDT-775 DIAP, AD 

PCIM 55 R/B/W/T HIRL 
RWV 05: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.5° TCH 54'. Rgt tfc. RWY 23: SALS. PAPI(P4L)— TCH 54'. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 05 «- HOOK E5 (65' OVRN) BAK-14 BAK-12B(B) (1650') 

BAK-14 BAK-12B(B) (1087') HOOK E5 (74' OVRN) -» RWY 23 

MILITARY SERVICE: A-GEAR Apch end BAK-12B(B)/14 for active rwy in low position. Dep end BAK-12B(B)/14 for active 
rwy in raised position. E-5 connected on dep end, disconnected on apch end. JASO 3(AM32A-60) 
2(A/M32A-86) FUEL J8 Expect 1 hr delay. All acft rqr fuel, please have in your possession the white DD Form 
1896 fuel card, US Govt air card or your base billing info. OIL 0-133-148 TRAN ALERT Opr Mon-Fri 
1300-0300Z+-, Sat 1300-2000Z+, clsd holidays. Avbl Sundays as requested in support of Unit Training 
Assembly weekends. No Demineralized water avbl. No fleet svc avbl. 

MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. RSTD PPR, 24 hr prior notice. Base OPS DSN 
791-7516, C305-224-7516. PPR good for +/- 1 hr PPR time. Coordination of PPR outside of block time by 
telephone is rqr, or PPR number will be considered cancelled except for MEDEVAC and VIP acft. Tran acft call 50 
NM out. Inbound distinguished visitor acft etc Comd Post 20 min prior to Idg with firm chock time. No local or 
round robin flights permitted by tran acft. Opr for base assign alert acft only 0400-1200Z+. Tran maintenance 
must be present for acft parking, engine start and for launch of ail tran acft. Alert facility twy rstd to acft with 
wing span of 60' or less. CAUTION Heliport 2.2 NM SW, exercise extreme caution. Tran park area in front of Base 
Operations, rows 1-4 asphalt area clsd to all fighter acft. Stadium light 3 NM from apch end Rwy 05 hazard to 
night vision. Bird hazard; especially prevalent 1 hr before SS and 1 hr after SR. Airfield experiences temporary 
Bird Watch Condition Severe. Ctc Base OPS for bird hazard information, Bird Watch Condition is on ATIS. 
Extensive high performance mil jet opr on and invof arpt. TFC PAT TPA — Rectangular 1005(1000), overhead 
2005(2000), helicopter 505(500). During VFR conditions; tkf, low apch, touch and go, acft maintain 1000' until 
dep end of rwy to avoid overhead pattern. MISC Winds are estimated due to FMQ-13 wind sensors being accurate 
to within only +/- 4 Kt. ATC/Wx will not include/relay wind correction into forecast/phraseology. Therefore, 
aircrews will incorporate a +/- 4 Kt accuracy into their decision making process for flying opr. Acft arr from NE 
sector can expect numerous frequency changes during enroute descent. For dep ctc twr direct. Tran acft Idg with 
hot armament, advise twr on initial ctc. Weather station opr 24 hrs. For additional information ctc the 26th OWS 
at Barksdale AFB, LA, DSN 781-3448, C318-456-3024. Automated/Augmented AWOS in use. 

COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 132.275 269.9 (1200-0400Z+-) PTD 372.2 
® APP/DEP CON 123.8 257.675 (1200-0400Z+-) other times ctc 
® MIAMI APP/DEP CON 125.5 354.1 (0400-1200Z+-) 

TOWER 133.45 279.55 GND CON 121.75 275.8 CLNC DEL 275.8 GCA 123.8 257.675 (1200-0400Z+-) 
COMD POST (REEF CONTROL) 381.3 (DSN 791-7068, C305-224-7068) PMSV METRO 318.65 
93FS (MAKO OPS) 138.025 303.15 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

(L)TACAN Chan 19 HST (108.2) N25°29.37' W80°22.77' at fid. 53/3W. No NOTAM MP Wed 

1100-1300Z+ (1500/3+1). 
ILS 109.9 l-HST Rwy 05. No NOTAM MP Tue and Thu 1100-1300ZJ; (1500/3+1). 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar— No NOTAM MP Mon, Wed, Fri 1000-1400Z+- (1500/3+1). 

HOMESTEAD GENERAL AVIATION (xsi) 4 nw utc-5(-4dt) n25°29.95' W80-33.25' miami 

7 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 NOTAM FILE MIA L-23C, A 

RWY 18-36: H4000X100 (ASPH) S-40, D-65, DT-110 MIRL 

RWY 18: Rgt tfc. RWY 36: PAPI(P4R). 

RWY 09-27: H3000X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY 09: PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWY 27: Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 09U-27U: 1000X500 (TURF) 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Parachute Jumping SE corner of arpt. Extensive crop dusting in area. 

Extensive glider activity invof arpt 8,000' and bio-monitor freq 122.80. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. 

Aerobatic box south of arpt and east of AER 36. Remote control model flying fields 1.8 NM north of AER 18. 

Glider activity Rwy 18-36. Use of ultralight ops area is limited to ultralights and stol type acft that have an 

approach speed of 50 knots or less, ctc arpt manager on 305-247-4883 prior to use. Rwy 09U-27U white 

markers every 200'. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.375 (305)247-2791. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

DOLPHIN (H)VORTAC 113.9 DHP Chan 86 N25°48.00' W80°20.94' 216° 21.2 NM to fid. 10/4W. HIWAS. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 

HURLBURT FLD (HRT)(KHRT) AF 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N30 d 25.67' W86°41.36' NEW ORLEANS 

38 B Class I, ARFF Index Ltd. NOTAM FILE CEW Not insp. H-7E, 8G, L-21C, 22H 

RWY 18-36: H9600X150 (CONC) PCN 45 R/C/W/T. HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWY 18: SALSF. PAPI(P4L). RWY 3G: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy 36 PAPI glide slope and ILS glide slope not coincidental. 

JASU (A/M32A-86D) (A/M32A-95) (MEP-360A) FUEL J8 with 24 hr prior notice FLUID PRESAIR LOX LPOX. 
LOX not avbl for F-16, F-15, F-18, A-10, and T-38 acft. OIL 0-148-156 SOAP TRAN ALERT Tran acft must 
have PPR and use follow-me to park svc avbl 1300-0430Z^- Tran alert will not support local, round robins in or 
out and back tran acft. 

MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Route and Area Rstd (Florida-Valparaiso) and Supplementary Arpt Remark 

(Hurlburt Fid). RSTD PPR including scheduled AMC mission due ltd ramp space, tran acft parking ltd, 24 hr prior 
notice rqr Base OPS DSN 579-7806/7, C850-884-7806/7, fax DSN 579-5358; PPR good for +/~ 1 hr PPR 
time. Coordination of PPR outside of block time by telephone is rqr. Airfield subject to no notice closure. All tran 
acft flying local area missions, etc Comd Post prior to tkf or ASAP after tkf. All tran acft supporting special opr 
etc CHINDIT OPS 30 minutes prior to ETA. Compass rose ltd to tow in and out only. Rwy 18 dsplcd thld may be 
used by base assigned acft for tkf and rollout, etc twr with request to back taxi. Taxiing acft engine run-ups at 
the following locations provided the aircrew has cleared the area and applied any specific acft restrictions. Twy 
A, D, F, G abeam B and G abeam D (flare ramp must be clear of acft/personnel). Limit take-off and landing to 
one (1) within +/- 1 hr of SR/SS. Touch and go's not authorized during this window, and low apch rstd to 500' 
AGL. Full stop taxi-back, for purposes of onload/offloading personnel, is authorized. (Exc: rotary wing/tilt rotor 
ops to conduct rqr training bio 1000' are authorized. Crews will exercise due diligence. If bird condition elevated 
to severe, comply with SOW Bash plan restrictions. CAUTION VFR corridor 1.2 NM S of rwy. 80' crane (intermittent) 
located 3000' S and 1000' W of extended rwy centerline. Precision obst free zone critical area hold signs 
unavbl on Twy F. CUSTOMS/AG/IMG-ITD SVC Avbl for acft supporting AFSOC ops. 24 hr prior notice required. All other 
acft must clear customs prior to arrival to Hurlburt Fid. MISC Airfield wx is monitored by AN/FMQ-19, automated 
observing system and augmented by human observer 24/5; limited augmentation on weekends. Acft with DV7 or 
abv etc Comd Post 30 min prior to ETA. All tran aircrews will check in with Base OPS before dep flight line. No 
classified materials avbl for trans issue. Ltd storage for classified material at Base OPS. Top Secret and 
additional storage avbl at Comd Post. Tran aircrews planning to fly local sorties must bring a cellular to provide 
Comd Post a 24 hr etc. Fleet svc avbl with a minimum 24 hrs notice DSN 579-5781/3901. Passenger 
processing requires 24 hr notice DSN 579-5781/3901. 

COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 360.675 PTD 372.2 
® EGLIN APP CON 125.1 281.45 (271°-089°) 132.1 360.6 (090 t> -270°) 

TOWER 126.5 351.675 GND CON 123.975 275.8 (All acft etc prior to engine start) 
® EGLIN DEP CON 132.1 360.6 

COMD POST (CHINDIT OPS) 143.0 251.25 11610.0 (5.732 after 2300Z^:). PMSV METRO 335.45 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc continuous. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HRT. 

(T)TACAN Chan 45 HRT (110.8) N30°25.68' W86°41.42' at fid. 35/OE. Monitored when twr open. No 

NOTAM MP Thu 1300-1600Z^ TACAN unusable 076°-104° byd 5 NM bio 4,000'. 
ILS 111.3 l-HRT Rwy 36. No NOTAM MP Localizer or Glide slope Tue and Wed 1300-1600Z^. 

HELIPAD HI: H1608X90 (CONC) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Helicopter Landing lane. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 



89 



IMMOKALEE RGNL (IMM) 1 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N26°26.03' W81°24.08' 
37 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MIA 
RWV 09-27: H5000X150 (ASPH) S-35, D-60, DT-lOO MIRL 

RWV 09: P-line. 
RWV 18-30: H5000X150 (ASPH) S-35, D-60, DT-110 HIRL 

RWV 18: Brush. RWV 30: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:t. Fuel avbl 24 hrs by credit 
card. Glider activity bio 10,000' 10 NM radius from SR-SS. Crop 
dusting ops conducted during dalgt hrs. Tkf and Idg on turf areas 
of arpt are done so at pilots own risk and responsibility. PCL OTS 
indef. Reflectors on Twy A, B and C Igtd. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
09-27 and HIRL Rwy 18-36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.525 (239) 657-2038. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® FORT MEVERS APP/DEP CON 119.75 (1100-0500Z:t) 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.75 (0500-llOOZfl 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

LA DELLE (L)VORTAC 110.4 LBV Chan 41 N26°49.69' 
W81°23.49' 180° 23.6 NM to fid. 30/01E. 



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INDIANTQWN (X58) 2 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N27°02.25' W80°26.46' MIAMI 

30 S4 FUEL 100LL TPA— 830(800) NOTAM FILE MIA 
RWV 13-31: 6300X75 (TURF) 

RWV 13: Thld dsplcd 600'. Tree. RWV 31: Thld dsplcd 300'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel avbl with credit card only. No touch and go Idgs. Rwy 13-31 dsplcd thlds and rwy 

sides marked with white paving stones and orange foam markers. Standing water at rwy edges after rain. PPR 

for transient acft training call 772-597-5800. Landing fee currently in effect. $10 landing fee waived with fuel 

purchase. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

INVERNESS (X40) 2 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N2S°4S.38' W82°19.07' JACKSONVILLE 

50 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE PIE L-21D, 24F 

RWV 01-19: H3762X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 01: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. Rgt tfc. RWV 19: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 50'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0000ZJ;. Fuel self serve. Trees in transition surface E and W of rwy. ACTIVATE 

MIRL Rwy 01-19 and REIL Rwy 01 and Rwy 19— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.975 (352) 341-0264. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OCF. 

OCALA (L)VORTAC 113.7 OCF Chan 84 N29°10.65' W82°13.58' 192° 22.7 NM to fid. 80/00E. 



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CECIL FLD (VQQ) 13 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N30°13.12' W81°52.60' 
81 B S4 FUEL lOOLL, JETA+ 0X1,3,4 NOTAM FILE VQQ 
RWY 18L-36R: H12503X193 (ASPH-CONC) HIRL 

RWY 18L: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 80'. Trees. 

RWY 36R: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 73'. Trees. 
RWY 09R-27L: H8003X197 (ASPH-CONC) HIRL 

RWY 09R: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 77'. Trees. 

RWY 27L: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. Trees. 
RWY 09L-27R: H8002X200 (ASPH-CONC) 

RWY 09L: Trees. RWY 27R: Trees. 

RWY 18R-3BL: H8000X200 (ASPH-CONC) 

RWY 18R: Trees. RWY 36L: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0300Z:t-. Fuel avbl Mon-Fri 

1200-0300Z1:, Sat/Sun 1300-2100Zt etc at 904-317-6550. 

Also avbl Mon-Fri 1100-0300Z4:, Sat/Sun 1300-2100Zt, etc at 

904-777-6675. Rwy 18R-36L hold short rwy sign unlighted. Rwy 

09L-27R hold short rwy sign unlighted. Wildlife invof arpt. Twy C 

clsd at military gate. Twy M clsd except for military acft. When twr 

clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 18L-36R, HIRL Rwy 09R-27L, REIL Rwy 

27L, Rwy 18L and MALSR Rwy 36R and Rwy 09R— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 125.275 (904) 778-6934. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.1 ATIS 125.275 UNICOM 122.95 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 123.8 

TOWER 126.1 (1200-0200Z4:) GND CON 121.625 CLNC DEL 121.625 
ECO 121.725 (Jacksonville APP CON and Gainsville FSS) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1200-0200ZJ: other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRG. 

CRAIG (H)VORTAC 114.5 CRG Chan 92 N30°20.33' W81°30.60' 72° 20.4 NM to fid. 40/03W. HIWAS. 

(H)VORW 117.9 VQQ N30°12.78' W81°53.45' at fid. NOTAM FILE VQQ. 

VOR unusable: 056°-064°; 131°-134° and 166°-194° bio 12,000', 195°-224° bio 5,000', 291°-295° byd 
10 NM bio 4,000', 296°-345° bio 4,000'. 

ILS/DME 109.5 l-VQQ Chan 32 Rwy 36R. Class IB. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. 



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L-21D, 246, A 

IAP, AD 



CRAIG MUNI (CRG) 8E UTC-5(-4DT) N30°20.18' W81°30.87 
41 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CRG 
RWV 14-32: H4008X100 (ASPH) S-30 HIRL 

RWV 14: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Trees. 

RWV 32: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Trees. 
RWV 05-23: H4004X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 05: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Tree. 

RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Trees. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DISTAVBL 

RWV 05 14-32 3600 

RWV 14 05-23 3650 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1100-0400Zt., Sat-Sun 

1100-0300Zt-. Banner towing on weekends and special events. 

The arpt is designed to safely accommodate Design Group II acft 

(up to 79' wingspan) up to 60,000 lbs dual wheel loading. PPR for 

acft exceeding these limits etc at 904-741-2020. Birds 

periodically on or near arpt increasing in activity during inclement 

weather. Wildlife on and invof arpt. VFR noise abatement 

procedures in effect, etc arpt manager for details at phone number 

904-641-7666. Weather permitting, Rwy 05 preferred for apch, 

Rwy 32 preferred for dep. Call noise abatement complaint hotline 

at phone number 904-641-3606. Rwy 05-23 has 75' stopways both ends. Rwy 14-32 has 75' stopways 

both ends. PAPI Rwy 05 unusable byd 7.5° right of centerline. PAPI Rwy 23 unusable byd 9.0° right of 

centerline. PAPI Rwy 23 unusable byd 8.0° either side of centerline. Twy J unlighted. When twr cisd HIRL Rwy 

14-32 and MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset medium ints, ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 23 and MALSR Rwy 32— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (904) 646-4670. HIWAS 114.5 CRG. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 132.1 ATIS 125.4 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 114. 5T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 124.9 

TOWER 132.1 (Mon-Fri 1100-0400Zt., Sat-Sun 1200-0300ZT-) END CON 121.8 CLNC DEL 118.35 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1100-0400ZJ:, Sat-Sun 1200-0300Zt, other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRG. 

(H)VORTAC 114.5 CRG Chan 92 N30°20.33' W81°30.60' at fid. 40/03W. HIWAS. 

ILS 111.7 l-CRG Rwy 32. 

ASR 




HERLONG (HEG) 8 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N30°16.67' W81°48.36 
87 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWV 07-25: H4000X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 07: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. Trees. 

RWV 25: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. Trees. 
RWV 11-29: H3500X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 11: PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWY 29: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1130-0030Zt.. Parachute Jumping. 

Ultralight and glider activity on and invof arpt. PAPI Rwy 11 OTS 

indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 07-25 and Rwy 11-29-CTAF. PAPI Rwy 

07, Rwy 25, Rwy 11 and Rwy 29 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.275 (904) 695-0334. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 123.8 

GCO 121.025 (JACKSONVILLE CLNC and GAINESVILLE FSS) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

TAVLOR (H)VORTAC 112.9 TAY Chan 76 N30°30.28' 
W82°33.18' 112° 41.1 NM to fid. 140/03W. 




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JACKSONVILLE INTL (JAX) 9 N UTC-5(-4DT) N30°29.64' W81°41.27' JACKSONVILLE 

30 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index D H-8H, L-21D, 24G, A 

NOTAM FILE JAX IAP, AD 

RWY 07-25: H10000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-208, ST-175, 

DT-35S HIRL CL 

RWY 07: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L). 

RWY 25: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4R). 
RWY 13-31: H7701X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-190, ST-175, 

DT-330 HIRL CL 

RWY 13: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.02°. 

RWY 31: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.05°. Tree. 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 07 BAK-14 BAK-12B(B) (1537') 

BAK-14 BAK-12B(B) (1612') RWY 25 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Bird activity invof arpt, 

wildlife presently on afld. Radio controlled acft activity 3.5 NM 

NNW of arpt. Small portion of terminal ramp not visible from twr. 

Control twr unable to determine if ramp is clear. PPR 24 hrs for 

unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger seats 

call arpt manager 904-741-2000. All intl general aviation arrivals 

etc arpt ops at 904-741-2020 and etc U.S. Customs and 

Servicing FBO for processing and instructions. Flight Notification 

Service (ADCUS) avbl. NOTE: See Special Notices — Continuous Power Facilities. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (904) 741-4304. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 125.85 UNICOM 122.95 
® APP/DEP CON 127.0 119.0 (270°-090°) 123.8 (181°-269°) 124.9 (091°-180° 5000' and bio) 118.0 (091°-: 
abv 5000') 

TOWER 118.3 GND CON 121.9 CLINC DEL 119.5 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRG. 

CRAIG (H)VORTAC 114.5 CRG Chan 92 N30°20.33' W81°30.60' 318° 13.1 to fid. 40/03W. HIWAS. 

DINNS NDB (HW/LOM) 344 JA N30°27.90' W81°48.10' 077° 5.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE JAX. 

EASTPORT NDB (MHW) 357 EYA N30°25.42' W81°36.56' 319° 5.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE JAX. 

ILS 110.7 l-JAX Rwy 07. Class HIE. LOM DINNS NDB. 

ILS 110.5 l-CZH Rwy 13. Class IB. Localizer back course unusable. 

ILS 110.3 l-PEK Rwy 25. Class IA. 

ASR 




SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 93 

JACKSONVILLE NAS (TOWERS FLO) (nipxknip) n 4 s utc-5(-4dt) Jacksonville 

N30°14.03' WS1°40.50' H-8H, L-21D, 246, A 

21 B NOTAMFILEJAX Not insp. DIAP, AD 

RWV 10-28: H8002X200 (ASPH) PCN 50 R/C/W/T HIRL CL 

RWV 10: ALSF1. OLS. REIL. PAPI(P4L). WAVE-OFF. RWV 28: ALSF1. OLS. REIL. PAPI(P4L). WAVE-OFF. 

RWV 14-32: H5980X200 (ASPH) PCN 42 F/B/W/T HIRL 

RWV 14: Thld dsplcd 2739'. RWV 32: OLS. REIL. WAVE-OFF. 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWV 14: LDA-3241 
RWV 32: TORA-3241 LDA-3241 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWV 10 HOOK E2S(B) (1190') HOOK E28(B) (1990') RWV 28 

RWV 14 HOOK E28 (2984') 

MILITARY SERVICE: A-GEAR Rwy 10-28 15 minute notice for short fid arrestment. Rwy 32 abort end A-GEAR located 
4,751' from apch end. JASU 1(NCPP-105) 2(NC-8) FUEL J5 FLUID SP LHOX LOX— Rrq 48 hr notice. Ctc 
fuels division for LOX svc, DSN 942-3906, C904-542-3906, Mon-Fri 1300-1930Z:t.. Ctc Base OPS for LOX svc 
after hrs, weekends, and holidays DSN 942-2511, C904-541-2511. TRAN ALERT Limited transient 
maintenance, svc and space avbl. Acft stairs and lavatory svc avbl 1100-0200ZJ: daily with 24 hr notice. Ctc 
Base OPS after hrs for acft stairs or lavatory svc DSN 942-2511, C904-542-2511. Transient aircraft desiring 
oil samples should contact the Naval Oil Analysis Lab at DSN 942-4031, C904-542-4031. Non-tenant aircraft 
desiring hot refueling are required to be sponsored by a local squadron. 

MILITARY REMARKS: RSTD Opr 24 hrs exc hoi. Ctc Base Ops DSN 942-2511, C904-542-2511 for hoi closure. 
Transient jet acft VFR touch and go not authorized. All acft, ctc Base OPS 310.2, 134.775 15 min prior to Idg. 
Rwy 10-28 CLOSED 1000-1230Z:t for centerline Igt maintenance. Rwy 14 avbl for arrival fixed wing Category A 
and rotary wing aircraft. Rwy 14 not avbl for Idg between SS and SR. Afld clsd 2nd Wed of each month for afld 
maintenance from 1230-1400Z:t. Afld clsd 2nd Wed in Jan, Apr, Jul, and Oct for FOD walkdown from 
1230-1400ZJ;. Twy D clsd between flying club and Rwy 10-28. PPR for all aircraft with the exception of locally 
based, JOSAC, NALO and AIREVAC aircraft. Contact Base Operations, DSN 942-2511, C904-542-2511, 48 hrs 
prior to arrival for PPR number. Hung ordnance/Divert Alert-Limited. Limited organic weapons handing capability. 
CAUTION To preclude tail hook skip during A-GEAR engagement, avoid Rwy 10-28 centerline Igts located 18 
inches south of rwy centerline. Maximum safe off-centerline arrestment 40'. Helicopter Idg spots located on Twy 
A. Mat areas between Rwy 10-28 and Rwy 14-32 not authorized for acft use. Exercise extreme vigilance during 
IFR apch Rwy 10 in Visual Meteorlogical Conditions due to General Aviation acft vicinity Cecil Fid. Extreme bird 
hazard during summer months. Ctc twr for current BASH condition. Skydiving and glider ops. sfc to 10,000', 7 
miles NW, in vicinity of Herlong Apt, between SR and SS. Unshielded Igt at ballfield NIP 216/2.4 NM on Rwy 10 
apch. TFC PAT Transient jet acft expect rgt tfc Rwy 10. NS ABTMT Departures and full stop landings only M on-Sat 
between 0300-1300Z:t. and Sun between 0300-1700Z:t due to quiet hrs. Departures or full stop landings only 
between 2200L-0800L Monday-Sunday, and 0900L-1200L on Sundays. Transient jet aircraft are not 
authorized in the tower pattern. CSTMS/AG/IMG Acft rqr inspection plan arrival between Mon-Fri 1300-2100Z:t. Ctc 
Base Ops, DSN 924-2511, C904-2511, 48 hr prior to arrival. No inspection outside published hr. MISC Wx 
observer svc only. Ctc Naval Aviation Forecast Center for wx advisory or wx forecast DSN-564-2594, 
C757-444-2594. Aircrews are responsible for their on off base transportation. Aircrews coordinate for 
classified material storage with NAVCOM TELSTA at DSN 942-3308/3309. 

COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 281.0 
® APP/DEP CON 123.8 377.05 

NAVY JACKSONVILLE TOWER 120.0 340.2 307.325 Opr 24 hrs exc holidays. GND CON 128.6 336.4 

CLNC DEL 134.775 353.675 
PMSV METRO 343.5 NAVY JAX OPS 310.2 134.775 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE NIP. 

(L)TACAN Chan 19 NIP (108.2) N30°14.09' W81°40.50' at fid. 20/6W. 
TACAN unusable: 

015°-035° 201°-214° byd 15 NM bio 5,000' 

106°-114° byd 20 NM 215°-340° byd 20 NM bio 13,000' 

185°-200° byd 20 NM bio 13,000' 
CECIL (H)VORW 117.9 VQQ N30°12.78' W81°53.45' 087° 11.3 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE VQQ. 
ASR/PAR 

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

JUMPI N29°03.39' W82-13.39' NOTAM FILE OCF. JACKSONVILLE 

NDB(L0M)423 OC 004° 7.0 NM to Ocala Intl-Jim Taylor Fid. L-24F 

KENDALL-TAMIAMI EXECUTIVE (see miamd 

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER N2s°37.57' wso°4i.75' notam file mlb. Jacksonville 

(H) TACAN Chan 59(Y) TTS (112.2) at NASA Shuttle Landing Facility. 57/OE. H— 81, L-24F 

No NOTAM, intermittent opr. 



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KEYES N25°47.44' W80°11.65' NOTAM FILE MIA. 

NDB(L0M)248 Ml 278° 5.2 NM to Miami Intl. SHUTDOWN. 



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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 

KEYSTONE AIRPARK (42J) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N29°50.69' W82°02.85 

196 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1196(1000) NOTAM FILE GNV 

RWY 05-23: H5044X100 (ASPH) S-40, D-80, ST-102 MIRL 0.4% up NE 
RWY 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWY 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 11-29: H4899X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-60 HIRL 
RWY 11: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWY 29: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t. Self serve aviation gas 
avbl 24 hrs with credit card. Jet A by appointment. Call 
352-473-0031. CAUTION — Animals on and invof arpt. Restricted 
Area 2903A 1.5 miles Rwy 23 end. Fly left traffic to avoid. Rwy 
11-29 restricted by arpt manager to acft 12,500 pounds gross 
weight or less. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23 and HIRL Rwy 
11-29— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 124.275 (352) 473-8273. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 121.3 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

BATORS (L)VORTAC 116.2 GNV Chan 109 N29°41.53' 
W82°16.38' 056° 14.9 NM to fid. 128/04W. HIWAS. 



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KEY WEST INTL (EYW) 2E UTC-5(-4DT) N24°33.37' W81°45.57' 

3 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A AOE Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE EYW 
RWY 09-27: H4801X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-125, DT-195 

RWY 09: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 27: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0400Z:t. Parachute Jumping. 

CAUTION: Numerous flocks of birds on and in the vicinity of 

airport. Departing VFR acft requested to maintain rwy heading 

until reaching fid boundary, then execute turns for N or S dep. 

CAUTION— Restricted area R-2916 located 14 NM NE of arpt has 

strobe-lgtd and marked balloon and cable to 14,000 ft. Extremely 

noise sensitive area. Urge no ops 0400-1200Z:t. Use NBAA close 

in noise abatement procedures other times. Local ordinance rqr 

engine runups in designated area on N side commercial ramp 

from 0400-1200Z:t and fines. PPR for unscheduled air carrier 

operations with more than 30 passenger seats 0430-1045Z:t; 

Call arpt manager 305-296-7223. PPR for acft exceeding rwy 

weight bearing capacity; call arpt manager 305-296-7223. 

Intensive military jet tfc S and E of arpt; acft entering arpt tfc area 

from SE through W. Enter arpt tfc area bio 2000'; refer to MIAMI 

VFR Terminal Area Chart for suggested VFR flyway routes. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27, VASI/REIL Rwys 09-27— CTAF. Flight 

Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.65 (305) 292-4046. HIWAS 113.5 EYW. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.2 ATIS 119.675 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 113. 5T (MIAMI RADIO) 

RCO 123.65 122.2 (MIAMI RADIO) 
® NAVY KEY WEST APP/DEP CON 124.025 (1200-0300ZJ;) ©MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 (0300-1200Z:t) 

TOWER 118.2 (1200-0200ZJ;) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0200Z:t other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE EYW. 

(H)VORTAC 113.5 EYW Chan 82 N24°35.15' W81°48.03' 127° 2.9 NM to fid. 10/01E. HIWAS. 

FISH HOOK NDB (H) 332 FIS N24°32.90' W81°47.18' 076° 1.5 NM to fid. 

ASR (1100-0300ZJ;) 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: FSS freqs 123.65 and 122.2 unusable 330°-015° beyond 20 NM below 1500'. VORTAC 

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KEY WEST NAS (bocachica fld) (nqxjiknqx) n 4e utc-5(-4dtj miami 

N24°34.55' W81°41.33' H-8H, L-23C 

6 B NOTAM FILE MIA Not insp. DIAP, AD 

RWV 07-25: H10001X200 (PEM) PCN 59 R/B/W/T HIRL 
RWV 07: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. 
RWV 25: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 43'. 

RWV 03-21: H7002X150 (PEM) PCN 60 F/A/W/T HIRL 

RWV 03: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 36'. 
RWV 21: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45' 

RWV 13-31: H7001X150 (PEM) PCN 51 F/A/W/T HIRL 

RWV 13: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 46'. 
RWV 31: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWV 07 -4 HOOK E2S(B) (1500') HOOK E2S(B) (1500') t- RWV 25 

RWV 03 -^ HOOK E2S(B) (1500') HOOK E28(B) (1200') *- RWV 21 

RWV 13 -^ HOOK E2S(B) (1135') HOOK E28(B) (1500') <- RWV 31 

MILITARY SERVICE: A-GEAR All E-2S(B) short fid arresting gear in raised position. Except short fid arresting gear duty 
rwyderigged. JASU (NC-8A) (NCPP-105) FUEL J5 avbl 1100-0300Z:t. FLUID SP OIL 0-128-156 TRAN 
ALERT Extensive delay tran servicing. Limited tran maintenance avbl Mon-Fri 1200-2100Z:t. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr 1200-0300Z:t, other times by NOTAM; etc Base OPS DSN 483-2770, C305-293-2770, fax 
DSN 483-2771, C305-293-2771. Base OPS not staffed outside fid hr. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt 
Remarks and AP/1A. RSTD PPR etc Air Terminal DSN 483-2769/2779, C305-293-2769/2779, fax DSN 
483-2355, C305-293-2355. Rwy 07 Emerg or Instrument Meteorological Conditions Idg only. PAR, ASR and 
RNAV (GPS) practice apchs not authorized to Rwy 07. CAUTION Twy D not visible from twr. Unlighted ramp parallel 
to Twy I. R2916, Tethered Aerostat Radar System, opr continuously up to 14,000'. Key West NAS and Key West 
Intl have adjacent Class D, intensive civil traffic SW and NW sectors Key West NAS Class D. Bird hazard. Various 
unmarked/unlighted twy obstructions. TFC PAT Reduced rwy separation standard in effect USN/USMC acft. 
CSTMS/AG/IMG Avbl weekdays 1300-2200Z:t, except Sat-Sun and holidays. Acft req inspections etc Base OPS 1 hr 
prior to arrival. MISC Classified material storage not avbl Base OPS. 

COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 307.025 (1200-0300Z°F) 
® APP/DEP CON 124.025 126.575 289.85 313.7 (1200-0300Z:t), other times etc 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 306.9 

TOWER 118.575 305.95 340.25 361.25 (1200-0300Z J f) (305.95 Fid Carrier Landing Practice) GND CON 121.7 
336.45 CLNC DEL 121.2 357.4 PMSV METRO 343.5 (1030-2230Z:t) BASE OPS 338.15 

AIRSPACE: CLASS sve 1200-0300ZJ: other times Class G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE EYW. 

(H)VORTAC 113.5 EYW Chan 82 N24°35.15' W81°48.03' 095° 6.1 NM to fid. 10/1E. HIWAS. VORTAC 

unusable 121°-139°. 
(H)TACAN Chan 78 NQX (113.1) N24°34.81' W81°40.95' at fid. 16/2W. TACAN ident removed 

0300-1200ZJ:. 
ASR/PAR (1100-0300Z:t) 

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

KISSIMMEE GATEWAY (see orlandoj 

KNIGHT N27°54.50' W82°27.26' NOTAM FILE PIE. MIAMI 

NDB(MHW)270 TPF at Peter Knight. NDB unusable byd 20NM. L-21D, 24F 

KOBRA N30°51.17' W86°32.20' NOTAM FILE CEW. NEW ORLEANS 

NDB(LOM)201 CE 170° 4.5 NM to Bob Sikes. 

LA BELLE N26°49.69' W81°23.49' NOTAM FILE MIA MIAMI 

(L) VORTAC 110.4 LBV Chan 41 205° 5.2 NM to La Belle Muni. 30/01E. H-8H, L-21D, 23C 

RCO 122. 1R 110. 4T (MIAMI RADIO) 



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LA BELLE MUNI (X14) IS UTC-5(-4DT) N26°44.44' W81°25.70 
20 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MIA 
RWY 14-32: H5254X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 14: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 350'. Road 
RWY 32: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 129'. 
P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:):. Fuel avbl 24 hrs by credit 
card.Tkf and Idg on turf area are done so at pilot's own risk. 
ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32, PAPI Rwy 14 and Rwy 32, REIL Rwy 
14 and Rwy 32— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RCO 122. 1R 110. 4T (MIAMI RADIO) 
® FORT MYERS APP/DEP CON 126.8 (1100-0500Z:t) 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.75 (0500-llOOZt-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

(L)VORTAC 110.4 LBV Chan 41 N26°49.69' 
W81°23.49' 200° 5.6 NM to fid. 30/01E. 



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LAKE CITY MUNI (LCQ) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N30°10.92' W82°34.61 
201 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWY 10-28: H8003X150 (ASPH) S-75, D-105, DT-250 MIRL 

RWY 10: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

RWY 28: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. Rgttfc. 
RWY 05-23: H4000X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 05: Trees. RWY 23: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Zt.. Arpt attended other times 

by NOTAM. Unlit 60 ft poles on movement area. Helicopters 

advised to taxi on paved areas only. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwys 05-23 

and 10-28 and PAPI Rwy 10 and Rwy 28 and REIL Rwy 28-122.7 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.675 (386) 754-9366. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.2 UNICOM 122.7 

RCO 122.6 (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.375 

TOWER 119.2 (1300-2130Zt. Mon-Fri) GND CON 121.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

TAYLOR (H)VORTAC 112.9 TAY Chan 76 N30°30.28' 
W82°33.18' 187° 19.4 NM to fid. 140/03W. 

NDB(MHW)204 LCQ N30°11.12' W82°34.72' at fid. NDB 
unmonitored 2200-1200Zt. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Twr may be open at other than published 

hrs, monitor CTAF at all times. 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-8H, L-21D, 24G 

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SOUTH LAKELAND (X49) IS UTC-5(-4DT) N27°56.00' W82°02.64' 

110 NOTAM FILE PIE 

RWY 14-32: 3115X100 (TURF) 

RWY 14: Road. Trees. Rgt tfc. RWY 32: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Sat-Sun 1200-dusk. Parachute jumping and ultralight activity on invof arpt. No powered 
parachute or gyro ops without written permission from arpt owner. Thlds marked with 3 white buckets 
perpendicular to centerline. Arpt has no nighttime ops. Turf rwys may hold water after rain. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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142 B S4 FUEL 

RWV 09-27: H8500X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 

RWV 09: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45 

RWV 27: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45 

RWV 05-23: H5005X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 

DT-135 HIRL 

RWV 05: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0' 
RWV 23: PAPI(P4L). TCH 50'. Tree. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT 

RWV 05 09-27 

RWV 09 05-23 



(LAL) 4 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N27°59.34' W82°01.11 
100LL, JET A Class IV, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE LAL 
S-40, D-60, ST-175, DT-100 HIRL 
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with more than 30 passenger seats except 24 hr PPR call arpt 

manager 863-648-3299. Extensive bird activity on and invof arpt. 

Twy H, Twy S and Twy G West of Twy A-4 designated as 

non-movement areas. Twy D, Twy P and Twy L unlighted. Twy E 

unlighted between Rwy 27 and Twy L. When twr clsd HIRL Rwy 

05-23 and HIRL Rwy 09-27 preset med ints. ACTIVATE MALSR 

Rwy 05 — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 05, Rwy 23, Rwy 09 and Rwy 27 opr 

continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: LAWRS 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.5 ATIS 118.025 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 116. OT (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 
® TAMPA APP CON 120.65 119.9 TAMPA DEP CON 120.65 119.9 

TOWER 124.5 (1100-0300Z:t) GND CON 121.4 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1100-0300Z:t. other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LAL. 

(H)VORTAC 116.0 LAL Chan 107 N27°59.17' W82°00.83' at fid. 135/01E. 

WIREYNDB (LOM) 227 LA N27°56.12' W82°04.55' 048° 4.4 NM to fid. LOM unmonitored when twr clsd. 

ILS 110.1 l-LAL Rwy 05. Class ID. LOM WIREY NDB. LOC and LOM unmonitored. 

LAKE WALES 

CHALET SUZANNE AIR STRIP (X25) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N27°57.23' W81°36.09' MIAMI 

130 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWV 19-36: 2313X50 (TURF) RWY LGTS(NSTD) 

RWV 19: Tree. Thld dsplcd 120'. RWV 39: Thld dsplcd 250'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0200Z:t.. For attendant after hrs call 863-676-6011. Rwy 36 dsplcd thld marked 

with tires perpendicular to rwy on each side. 0.6% gradient from rwy ends to mid-rwy. ACTIVATE NSTD Igts Rwy 

18-36— CTAF or call 863-676-6011. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



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LAKE WALES MUNI (X07) 2W UTC-5(-4DT) N27°53.63' W81°37.22 

127 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE PIE 

RWY 17-35: H3999X75 (ASPH) S-15 

RWY 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.37° TCH 45'. Tree. 
RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Brush. 

RWY 06-24: H 3999X100 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 
RWY 06: PAPI (P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
RWY 24: PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2200Zt-. No svcs avbl. Parachute 
Jumping. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. Rwy 06-24 1600' NE 
CLOSED indef. Rwy 06-24 cracking with grass growing through 
cracks. Rwy 17 93' terrain drop at EOR. Rwy 35 114' terrain drop 
at EOR. Rwy 17 4' fence 205' from rwy end at rwy height. Trees in 
transitional surface Rwy 17; apch W of rwy. MIRL Rwy 06-24 ops 
dusk-0400Z:t.; after 0400ZJ;— Key CTAF 7 times. For PAPI Rwy 
06 — key, CTAF 3 times; Rwy 24 — key CTAF 5 times. Rwy Igts must 
be turned on before PAPI can be activated. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 124.225 (863) 678-1334. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
TAMPA APP/DEP CON 120.65 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LAL. 

LAKELAND (H)VORTAC 116.0 LAL Chan 107 N27°59.17' 
W82°00.83' 104° 21.6 NM to fid. 135/01E. 




LEE CO N26°31.79' W81°46.55' NOTAM FILE RSW. MIAMI 

(L)VORTAC 111.8 RSW Chan 55 073° 1.2 NM to Southwest Florida Intl. 23/02W. HIWAS. H-8H, L-21D, 23A, 236 



LEESBURG INTL (LEE) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N28°49.39' W81°48.52 
76 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LEE 
RWY 13-31: H5000X100 (ASPH) HIRL 

RWY 13: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Tree. 

RWY 31: REIL. PAPI(P4L) Brush. 
RWY 03-21: H4957X100 (ASPH) S-20 HIRL 

RWY 03: PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 299'. Brush. 

RWY 21: PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 310'. Berm. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OOOOZt-. Extensive bird activity 

invof arpt. Tree along SW side of Rwy 13-31. Rwy 03-21 and Rwy 

13-31 edge Igts located 9' either side of rwy edge. HIRL Rwy 

03-21 and Rwy 13-31, PAPI Rwy 03, Rwy 21, Rwy 13, and Rwy 

31 and twy Igts opr dusk-0300ZJ;, after 0300Z}. 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 134.325 (352) 787-1565. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.35 UNICOM 122.725 
® ORLANDO APP CON 121.1 ORLANDO DEP CON 121.1 

TOWER 119.35 (1200-0000ZJ;) GND CON 121.725 

GCO 121.725 (ORLANDO CLNC) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-OOOOZt- other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORL. 

ORLANDO (H)VORTAC 112.2 ORL Chan 59 N28°32.56' 
W81-20.10' 304° 30.1 NM to fid. 102/00E. HIWAS. 

ND6(MHW)335 LEE N28"49.09' W81°48.44' at fid. NOTAM FILE LEE. 



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SUWANNEE CO (24J) 2W UTC-5(-4DT) N30°18.01' W83°01.48' 
104 B S4 FUEL 100LL TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWY 07-25: H4037X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY 07: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWY 25: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2300Z4:. TPA— 1300 (1196) propeller acft 1800 (1696) turbojet acft 

ACTIVATE REIL and PAPI Rwy 07 and Rwy 25 and MIRL Rwy 07-25— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.225 (386) 362-1731. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

TAYLOR (H)VORTAC 112.9 TAY Chan 76 N30°30.28' W82°33.18' 247° 27.4 NM to fid. 103/03W. 



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LUUCE N27°29.82' W80°28.48' NOTAM FILE FPR. MIAMI 

NDB (LOM) 338 FJ 094° 5.4 NM to St Lucie Co Intl. L-24F 

LYNNE N30°19.60' W85°46.94' NOTAM FILE PFN. NEW ORLEANS 

NDB (LOM) 278 PF 143° 8.6 NM to Panama City-Bay Co Intl. 

MACDILL AFB (MCF){KMCF) AF (A) 4S UTC-5(-4DT} N27 o 50.96' W82°31.27' MIAMI 

14 B TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index Ltd. NOTAM FILE PIE Not insp. H-8H, L-21D, 24F 

HWY 04-22: H11421X151 (ASPH) ST-175, SBTT-429, TRT-494, TDT-700 DIAP, AD 

PCN 70 R/B/W/T HIRL 
RWY 04: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). RWY 22: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 04 «- HOOK MB60 (35' OVRN) HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1338') 

HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1397') HOOK MB60 (34'0VRN ) -^ RWY 22 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT NSTD ALS Rwy 22. Rwy 04 PAPI and ILS runway point of intercept not coincidental. Rwy 04-22 
PAPI set for height group 3. 

A-GEAR Normal BAK-12B configuration, both ends in up/raised position. BAK-12B extension. 
JASU (A/M32A-86) (AM32-95) (M32A-60) FUEL J8 FLUID LPOX LOX TRAN ALERT Opr 1100-0300Z:t. Fleet 
svc avbl, prior notice required. Limited tran parking for tactical acft; expect svc delay for tactical acft. Unable to 
svc acft with ordnance. Tran Alert is contract maintenance, all tran acft must land by 0230Zt- 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr 1100-0400Zt- See FLIP AP/1 Flight Hazard (Florida— R2901) and Supplementary Arpt 
Remarks and after burner procedures. RSTD Avoid overflight of the St. Petersburg land mass by at least 1.5 NM. 
PPR. Ctc Base OPS DSN 968-2929/2350, C813-828-2350/2929, for PPR number, for svc and other 
restrictions. PPR issued up to 7 days prior to arrival. PPR number good for request day only. Coordination of PPR 
outside of block time by telephone is required, or PPR number will be considered cancel except for VIP acft. All 
acft must adhere to PPR +/- 1 hr or PPR is invalid, exc for VIP acft. All Distinguished Visitor acft and all 
transient acft must ctc MacDill Cmd Post on 311.0 or DSN 968-4361/4362 (C813-828-4361) 60 min, but no 
later than 30 min prior to arr with all Distinguished Visitor codes, customs information and Space-A passenger 
information. PPR number good for req day only. Acft opr restricted during Bird Watch Condition Moderate (tkf or 
Idg permission only when dep and arr route avoid identification bird activity. No local IFR/VFR tfc pattern activity) 
and Severe (tkf and Idg prohibited without OG/CC approval), ctc ATIS, Twr, Comd Post, or Base OPS for current 
Bird Watch Conditions. Wing approve arr/dep only during closure time. No multiple IFR/VFR apchs for tran acft 
after 0300Zt-. CAUTION Bird hazard. Expect heavy bird activity (Phase II Condition) from Nov 1-Feb 28. During 
Phase II Bash period, 24 hr bird watch alert in effect. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks for bird 
hazard information. On instrument apch to MacDill AFB Rwy 22, use caution during overflight of Peter O. Knight 
Arpt due to light acft traffic below apch leg 4 NM NE. Commercial acft cross apch to MacDill AFB enroute to 
Tampa Intl Arpt at and abv 2600'. For VFR apch to Rwy 22 keep entry leg over water. On instrument apch to Rwy 
04, use caution during overflight of Albert Whitted Arpt due to Igt traffic below apch leg 6 NM SW. Maintain rwy 
and twy centerline when exiting rwy. All acft making 180° turns on rwy, use hammerheads last 1,000' at each 
end. KC-10, C-5 and similar acft use caution when turning from Twy D onto Twy G southbound. Turn is 
approximately 120° and has no fillets. Recommend alternate taxi route or continue to end of rwy if possible. 
Uncontrolled VFR tfc in vicinity of KMCF below 1200'. NSTD overrun marking MacDill AFB on both ends. Official 
weather observation point is East-Southeast. Observation may not always be reports of conditions over the rwy 
or at either apch end. Full weather avbl 23/7; weather ctc DSN 968-4405/2854/2035; other times DSN 
965-0939 thru 0934. Birdbath between Twy M and Twy E not for towing/taxiing acft. Birdbath only used for P-3, 
C-130, E-3A, KC-135 and B-737 acft, no fighters or helicopters. TFC PAT TPA— Rectangular 1100(1086) 
overhead 1600(1586). During VFR conditions tkf and touch and go acft maintain 1100' until dep end of rwy. 
CSTMS/AG/IMG CSTMS/AG/IMG for all acft performed by Tampa Customs Office with 2 hr response time. MISC 
Winds are estimated to FMQ-13 wind sensors being accurate to within only +/- 4 knots. ATC/Weather will not 
include/relay wind correction into forecast/phraseology. Therefore, aircrews will incorporate a +/- 4 knot 
accuracy into their decision making process for flying opr. First 1000' Rwy-22 concrete, middle 9420' asphalt. 
RVR Rwy 22 may not be reliable due sensor location. Class B Airspace svc automatically terminates when acft is 
instructed to ctc twr. Weather ctc DSN 968-4405/2854/2035. Automated wx information, DSN 968-2627. Wx 
station opr hr 1100-0400Z:j:. AWOS in use. Tran aircrews may ctc 26 OWS for wx brief, DSN 781-4775 
C318-456-4775. When possible, provide 2 hr advance notice for all required briefings. Acft should be at taxi 
speed prior to 3500' remaining. When NVD ops are in effect, ctc twr 10 min prior to arrival or departure for afld 
Igt adjustment. For info ctc DSN 968-2120/4822. NOTE: See Special Notices— Airspace delegated to MACDILL 
AFB. 

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COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 133.825 270.1 PTD 372.2 
® TAMPA APP CON 124.95 354.0 

TOWER 123.7 294.7 (1100-0400Zfl GND CON 118.575 275.8 
® TAMPA DEP CON 119.9 290.3 (Rwy 04) 119.65 353.575 (Rwy 22) 
6 AMW COMD POST (LIGHTING OPS) 311.0 321.0 PMSV METRO 344.6 
AG See Global HF Systems listing in Flight Information Handbook. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCF. 

(L)TACAN Chan 47 MCF (111.0) N27°51.68' W82°30.81' at fid. 14/4W. MP Fri 1200-1500Zt. TACAN 

azimuth and DME unusable 261°-279° byd 10 NM bio 5,000'. 
ILS 109.5 l-MCF Rwy 04. Course line is offset 2.9° to SE, rwy heading is 045°. MP Tue-Wed 

1200-1500Z:t. 
ILS 111.7 l-GBZ Rwy 22. Course line is offset 2.7° to NE, rwy heading is 225°. MP Tue-Wed 
1200-1500Z:t. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: MacDill surveillance radar provided by Tampa. 



MALABAR 



VALKARIA (X59) iw utc-5(-4dt) 

26 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1026(1000) 
RWY 14-32: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWY 14: Thld dsplcd 390'. Trees. 
RWY 09-27: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWY 09: Thld dsplcd 327'. Trees. 



N27°57.65' W80°33.50' 
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RWY 32: Trees. 



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RWY 27: Thld dsplcd 450'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:t. Rwy 14-32 is preferred rwy. Voluntary noise abatement in effect, etc arpt 

manager 321-952-4590. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-l 122.75 (617) 363-3825. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MLB. 

MELBOURNE (L) VOR/DME 110.0 MLB Chan 37 N28°06.32' W80°38.12' 157° 9.6 NM to fid. 30/02W. 



MARATHON 




THE FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON (mth) 3e utc-5(-4dt> N24°43.57' wsi°03.08' 

5 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ LRA Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE MTH 
RWY 07-25: H5008X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-129, DT-191 MIRL 

RWY 07: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Tree. 

RWY 25: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Antenna. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t. For fuel after hrs call 

305-743-4222 or 305-481-7615. 24 hr PPR for unscheduled air 

carrier ops with more than 9 passenger seats or wing spans 

greater than 79 ft, call aprt manager 305-289-6060. 24 hr PPR 

for acft exceeding rwy weight bearing capacity; call arpt manager 

305-289-6060. MIRL Rwy 07-25 preset low ints; increase ints 

and ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 07 and Rwy 25 and REIL Rwy 07— CTAF. 

Arpt restricted to all acft with a wing overhang of more than 38.5 

ft. Extremely noise sensitive area. Use NBAA close in noise 

abatement procedures. Local ordinance rqr engine runups in 

designated areas on commercial ramp or FBO ramps from 

0400-1200ZT- and fines. Flight Notification Service (ADCLJS) 

available. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 135.525 (305) 743-8373. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 

MARATHON RCO 122.6 (MIAMI RADIO) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE EYW. 

KEY WEST (H)VORTAC 113.5 EYW Chan 82 N24°35.15' W81°48.03' 
HIWAS. 

MARATHON NDB (HW) 260 MTH N24°42.71' W81°05.72' 074° 2. 5NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MTH. 

MARATHON N24°42.71' W81°05.72' NOTAM FILE MTH. 

NDB (HW) 260 MTH 074° 2.6 NM to The Florida Keys Marathon. 
RCO 122.6 (MIAMI RADIO) at The Florida Keys Marathon. 



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077° 41.8 NM to fid. 10/01E. 



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COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 133.825 270.1 PTD 372.2 
® TAMPA APP CON 124.95 354.0 

TOWER 123.7 294.7 (1100-0400Zfl GND CON 118.575 275.8 
® TAMPA DEP CON 119.9 290.3 (Rwy 04) 119.65 353.575 (Rwy 22) 
6 AMW COMD POST (LIGHTING OPS) 311.0 321.0 PMSV METRO 344.6 
AG See Global HF Systems listing in Flight Information Handbook. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCF. 

(L)TACAN Chan 47 MCF (111.0) N27°51.68' W82°30.81' at fid. 14/4W. MP Fri 1200-1500Zt. TACAN 

azimuth and DME unusable 261°-279° byd 10 NM bio 5,000'. 
ILS 109.5 l-MCF Rwy 04. Course line is offset 2.9° to SE, rwy heading is 045°. MP Tue-Wed 

1200-1500Z:t. 
ILS 111.7 l-GBZ Rwy 22. Course line is offset 2.7° to NE, rwy heading is 225°. MP Tue-Wed 
1200-1500Z:t. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: MacDill surveillance radar provided by Tampa. 



MALABAR 



VALKARIA (X59) iw utc-5(-4dt) 

26 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1026(1000) 
RWY 14-32: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWY 14: Thld dsplcd 390'. Trees. 
RWY 09-27: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWY 09: Thld dsplcd 327'. Trees. 



N27°57.65' W80°33.50' 
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RWY 32: Trees. 



MIAMI 
L-24F 



RWY 27: Thld dsplcd 450'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:t. Rwy 14-32 is preferred rwy. Voluntary noise abatement in effect, etc arpt 

manager 321-952-4590. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-l 122.75 (617) 363-3825. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MLB. 

MELBOURNE (L) VOR/DME 110.0 MLB Chan 37 N28°06.32' W80°38.12' 157° 9.6 NM to fid. 30/02W. 



MARATHON 




THE FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON (mth) 3e utc-5(-4dt> N24°43.57' wsi°03.08' 

5 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ LRA Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE MTH 
RWY 07-25: H5008X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-129, DT-191 MIRL 

RWY 07: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Tree. 

RWY 25: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Antenna. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t. For fuel after hrs call 

305-743-4222 or 305-481-7615. 24 hr PPR for unscheduled air 

carrier ops with more than 9 passenger seats or wing spans 

greater than 79 ft, call aprt manager 305-289-6060. 24 hr PPR 

for acft exceeding rwy weight bearing capacity; call arpt manager 

305-289-6060. MIRL Rwy 07-25 preset low ints; increase ints 

and ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 07 and Rwy 25 and REIL Rwy 07— CTAF. 

Arpt restricted to all acft with a wing overhang of more than 38.5 

ft. Extremely noise sensitive area. Use NBAA close in noise 

abatement procedures. Local ordinance rqr engine runups in 

designated areas on commercial ramp or FBO ramps from 

0400-1200ZT- and fines. Flight Notification Service (ADCLJS) 

available. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 135.525 (305) 743-8373. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.5 

MARATHON RCO 122.6 (MIAMI RADIO) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE EYW. 

KEY WEST (H)VORTAC 113.5 EYW Chan 82 N24°35.15' W81°48.03' 
HIWAS. 

MARATHON NDB (HW) 260 MTH N24°42.71' W81°05.72' 074° 2. 5NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MTH. 

MARATHON N24°42.71' W81°05.72' NOTAM FILE MTH. 

NDB (HW) 260 MTH 074° 2.6 NM to The Florida Keys Marathon. 
RCO 122.6 (MIAMI RADIO) at The Florida Keys Marathon. 



EM 



077° 41.8 NM to fid. 10/01E. 



MIAMI 
H-81, L-23C 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 



101 



MARCO ISLAND (MKY) 4 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N25°59.70' W81°40.35 
5 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MIA 
RWV 17-35: H5000X100 (ASPH) D-lOO MIRL 
RWV 17: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 
RWV 35: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OOOOZt.. For fuel and svc after hrs 
call 239-394-3355. Exercise extreme caution, acft back-taxiing 
on rwy. Numerous cranes opr 1 mileW of fid 180' Igtd and unlgtd 
Banner towing on and invof arpt. Noise Sensitive Area. Use NBAA 
close in Noise Abatement Procedures. Rwy 17-35 grass growing 
thru cracks. Arpt visibility unreliable. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset on 
low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 17 and Rwy 35 
0000-1200ZJ:— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.075 (239) 394-8187. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FORT MYERS APP/DEP CON 119.75 (1100-0500Zt.) CLNC DEL 120.8 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.75 (0500-llOOZt.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE APF. 

CYPRESS (TJVORW/DME 108.5 CYY Chan 23 N26°09.21' 

W81°46.69' 152° 11.1 NM to fid. 9/03W. 
ILS 109.95 l-MQV Rwy 17. (LOC only). OTS indef. 
Unmonitored 0000-1200Zt-. 



MIAMI 

H-8H, L-23B, 21D 

IAP 




MARIANNA MUNI (MAI) 4 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°50.27' W85°10.91 
110 B S2 FUEL 100, JET A NOTAM FILE MAI 
RWY 18-36: H4896X100 (ASPH) MIRL 
RWY 18: PAPI(P4L)— TCH 34'. Trees. 
RWY 36: PAPI(P4L)— TCH 25'. Trees. 
RWY 08-26: H4895X100 (ASPH) 

RWY 26: Tree. Rwy 08: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended May-Oct 1300-OlOOZt-, Nov-Apr 
1200-2230ZJ:. For svcs after hrs call 526-3125. Military 
performing special helicopter ops on and invof arpt. Rwy 08-26 
cracking with grass growing. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 133.525 (850) 482-6082. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

RCO 122. 1R 114.0T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 133.75 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500ZT-, Tue-Sat 24 

hrs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAI. 
(L)VORTAC 114.0 MAI Chan 87 
316° 4.3 NM to fid. 120/00E. 
VORTAC unusable: 

261°-276° byd 25 NM bio 3,000' 
346°-061° byd 30 NM bio 2,000' 
SOYYA NDB (MHW) 329 SMY N30°52.30' W85°13.50 
unmonitored 0300-1100ZJ;. 



N30-47.17' W85°07.47' 




134° 3 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE GNV. NDB 



MASSEY RANCH AIRPARK (See new Smyrna beach) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



102 FLORIDA 

MAYPORT NS (ADM DAVID L MC DONALD FLD) (NRB) N 1 NW UTC-5(-4DT) JACKSONVILLE 

N30°23.48' W81°25.47' H-8H, L-21D, 24G, A 

15 B NOTAM FILE JAX Not insp. DIAP, AD 

RWY 05-23: H8001X200 (ASPH) PCN 76 R/C/W/T HIRL 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P4L). RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 05 HOOK E28(B) (1200') HOOK E28(B) (1185') RWY 23 

MILITARY SERVICE: JASO l(NC-8) l(GTC-85) 1(A/NCPP-105) FUEL J5 Expect 2 hr delay after normal working hr. 

TRAN ALERT Hung Ordance/Divert Alert — No organic air-launched weapons safing capability. No tran maintenance 

avbl. Ltd tran parking avbl. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z (DT 1100-0400Z), Special local ops 0400-0700Z, Fri 1300-2300Z 

(DT 1200-2200Z), clsd Sat, Sun, hoi. RSTD Participating acft only during special local ops hrs. 24 hr PPR rqr. Ctc 

base OPS DSN 270-6130/31, C904-270-6130/31. CAUTION Light to heavy bird activity on and invof arpt. 

Expect simultaneous same direction ops during dual rwy ops. Vessels with masts to 210' frequently berthed 

800' left of Rwy 23 thld or Rwy 23 extended centerline. Large vessels with masts up to 160' frequently transit 

the river channel adjacent to apch end Rwy 23 during final apch. Exercise extreme vigilance during IFR apch Rwy 

05 in VMC due extensive controlled/uncontrolled General Aviation acft vicinity Craig Muni Arpt. Pads 1 and 3 

have altered Igt. TFC PAT Simultaneous Idg/dep between helicopter conducted on parallel twy located 325' from 

Rwy 05-23. Approved reduced radar separation helicopter/helicopter 500' vertical and 2 NM. 

NS ABTMT North shore of St. Johns River is a noise sensitive area. CSTMS/AG/IMG Customs/Agriculture avbl if prior 

arrangements made with minimum 48 hr advance ntc. MISC For detailed opr procedures go to 

WWW.NSMAYPORT.NAVY.MIL. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 267.6 (Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z (DT 1100-0400Z), Fri 1300-2300Z:t, clsd Sat, Sun, hoi. 

PTD 308.5 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 124.9 308.4 

TOWER 118.75 239.3 288.325X Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z (DT 1100-0400Z), special local ops 0400-0700Z, Fri 
1300-2300Z (DT 1200-2200Z), clsd Sat, Sun, hoi. 

GND CON 126.5 233.7 PMSV METRO 289.95 (Mon-Fri 1000-0700Z1;, Sat-Sun 1600-0400ZT-) other times ctc 
Naval Aviation Forcast Center for wx advisory or wx forcast DSN 564-2594, C757-444-2594. 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D and CLASS E svc 700' and bio eff Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z (DT 1100-0400Z), special local ops 

0400-0700Z, Fri 1300-2300Z (DT 1200-2200Z), clsd Sat, Sun and hoi. Other times CLASS G airspace 700' 

and bio. Jacksonville CLASS E airspace 700' and abv eff continuously. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE NRB. 

(L)TACAN Chan 51 NRB (111.4) N30°23.32' W81°25.38' at fid. 7/3W. Monitored arpt opr hr only. TACAN 
2.5° to 3° of roughness at 8 NM on apch radial due to location of ships in basin. 

ASR/PAR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. PTD frequency avbl Mon-Fri 1030-1830ZJ;, 

other times ctc Naval Aviation Forcast Center for wx advisory or wx forcast DSN 564-2594, C757-444-2594. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 



103 



MELBOURNE INTL (MLB) 2 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N28 o 06.17' W80°38.72' 
33 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE MLB 
RWV 09R-27L: H10181X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-lOO, D-165, ST-175, DT-300 HIRL 

RWV 09R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GS 3.0° TCH 76'. 

RWV 27L: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 700'. 
RWV 09L-27R: H6000X150 (ASPH) S-60, D-60 MIRL 

RWV 09L: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 37'. 



RWV D9L: 
RWV D9R: 
RWV 23: 
RWV 27L: 
RWV 27R: 



MIRL 



ASDA-3000 
ASDA-6000 



LDA-3000 
LDA-6000 



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RWV 27R: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 37'. 

RWV 05-23: H3001X75 (ASPH) S-26 

RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 21'. 

RWV 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 21'. 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 05: TORA-3000 T0DA-3000 

TORA-6000 T0DA-6000 

TORA-10181 TODA-10181 ASDA-10181 LDA-10181 
TORA-3000 TODA-3000 ASDA-3000 LDA-3000 
TORA-10181 TODA-10181 ASDA-10181 LDA-9481 
TORA-6000 TODA-6000 ASDA-6000 LDA-6000 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Touch and go ops restricted 
after 2100Zt or 2 hrs after SS (whichever is latest). U.S. 
customs user fee arpt. When twr clsd ACTIVATE preselected rwy 
Igts (normally Rwy 09R-27L); REIL Rwy 27L; and MALSR Rwy 
09R— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (321) 723-7403. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.2 ATIS 132.55 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 110. OT (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) RCO 122.6 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 
® ORLANDO APP/DEP CON 132.65 ORLANDO CLNC DEL 132.65 (when twr clsd) 
TOWER 118.2 124.05 (1100-0500Zfl GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1100-0500Z:t. other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MLB. 
(DVOR/DME 110.0 MLB Chan 37 N28°06.32' W80°38.12' at fid. 30/02W. VOR portion unusable 

276°-319 byd 8NM bio 4000', 325°-334°; DME unusable byd 33 NM. 
SATELLITE NDB (HW) 257 SQT N28°05.97' W80°42.05' 089° 3.0 NM to fid. 
ILS 108.3 l-MLB Rwy 09R. Unmonitored. 




Rwy 5-23: 3001 X 75 



MERRITT ISLAND (COI) S UTC-5(-4DT) N28°20.50' W80°41.13 
6 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A LRA NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWV 11-29: H3601X75 (ASPH) S-22 MIRL 

RWV 11: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. Tree. 

RWV 29: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Z:t. Banner towing invof arpt 

24 hr helicopter ops SW ramp. ACTIVATE rotating ben and MIRL 

Rwy 11-29— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.025 (321) 986-8864. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.975 
® ORLANDO APP/DEP CON 134.95 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORL. 

ORLANDO (H)VORTAC 112.2 ORL Chan 59 N28°32.56' 



W81°20.10' 
HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 247 
FILE PIE. 



109° 36.4 NM to fid. 102/00E. 



COI N28°20.45' W80°41.31' at fid. NOTAM 



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JACKSONVILLE 

L-24F 

IAP 




SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



104 



FLORIDA 



(TNT) 36 W UTC-5(-4DT) 



MIAMI 

DADE-COLLIER TRAINING AND TRANSITION 

N25°51.71' W80°53.82' 

13 B NOTAM FILE MIA 

RWY 09-27: H10499X150 (ASPH-PFC) S-130, D-200, ST-175, 
DT-400, DDT-800 HIRL 
RWY 09: MALSR. 
RWY 27: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 46'. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Arpt CLOSED to public 
except by arrangement with Miami-Dade Aviation Department, 
Miami 305-869-1660. Be alert to low flying National Park Service 
acft all quadrants. Men and equipment working in buffer island 
between Rwy 09-27 and twy. Wildlife occasionally on and invof 
arpt. Fee for use for acft over 12500 lbs. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 
09-27; PAPI Rwy 27— CTAF or by calling 239-695-3300. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.075 (239)695-9198. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
RCO 122.3 (MIAMI RADIO) 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.4 

AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc Mon-Fri 1200-2300Z:t, Sat-Sun 1200-1730Z:t. 
other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

DOLPHIN (H)VORTAC 113.9 DHP Chan 86 N25°48.00' 

W80°20.94' 281° 29.9 NM to fid. 10/4W. HIWAS. 
MONRY NDB (LOM) 227 TN N25°51.71' W81°00.66' 095° 6.2 NM to fid 
ILS 108.3 l-TNT Rwy 09. LOM MONRY NDB. ILS unmonitored. 



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KENDALL— TAMIAMI EXECUTIVE (tmb) 13 sw utc-5(-4dt) N25°38.87' wso°25.97 

8 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2 LRA TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE TMB 

RWY09L-27R: H5003X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-65, D-110, ST-139, DT-195 MIRL 

RWY 09L: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. RWY 27R: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°. 

RWY 09R-27L: H5002X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-65, D-110, ST-139, 

DT-195 HIRL 

RWY 09R: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Rgt tfc. 

RWY27L: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 13-31: H4001X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-65, D-110, ST-139, 

DT-195 MIRL 

RWY 13: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Brush. RWY 31: Pole. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. PAEW adjacent to rwys and 

twys. Birds on and invof arpt. CAUTION — Agriculture acft operating 

in immediate vicinity of airport below 200' AGL from SR-SS. 

TPA — 1008(1000), high performance acft 1508(1500). Helicopter 

tfc pattern Rwy 09R within fixed wing pattern at or bio 508(500). 

Arpt CLOSED to non-engine acft. Portions of Twy A between spots 

1 and 2 portions of Twy E between spots 14 and 16 not visible 

from twr. Rwy 09L-27R CLOSED when twr clsd. Simultaneous 

movement of acft with wingspans in excess 95' are precluded 

from using parallel Twy C, Twy D, Twy E and Twy H. Noise sensitive 

areas Twy N, Twy S and Twy E. Rgt tfc pattern on Rwy 09R, left tfc 

on Rwy 27L when twr clsd. Noise abatement in effect, etc arpt management at 305-869-1700 for deta 

twr clsd ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 09R— CTAF. MIRL Rwy 13-31 avbl thru request from Miami FSS— 118.9. 

notification service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (305)235-1332. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.9 ATIS 124.0 

MIAMI FSS (MIA) on arpt. 123.65 122.55 122.3 122.2 

MIAMI IFSS (MIA) on arpt. 127.9 126.9 126.7 
® MIAMI APP/DEP CON 125.5 

TOWER 118.9 134.6 (1200-0400Z:t) GND CON 121.7 CLNC DEL 133.0 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0400Zt other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

DOLPHIN (H)VORTAC 113.9 DHP Chan 86 N25°48.00' W80°20.94' 211° 10.2 NM to fid. 10/4W. 

OEEZY NDB (LOM) 266 TM N25°38.50' W80°30.29' 087° 3.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE TMB. LOM unm 

ILS 108.7 l-TMB Rwy 09R. LOM QEEZY NDB. LOM unmonitored 




Is. When 
Flight 



HIWAS. 

onitored. 



COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Ctc Miami Radio for airport advisory service on 118.9 when twr is clsd. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



FLORIDA 105 

MIAMI INTL (MIA) 8 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N25°47.72' W80°17.41' MIAMI 

8 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 AOE Class I, ARFF Index E NOTAM FILE MIA H-81, L-23C, A 
RWV 09-27: H 13000X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-130, D-210, ST-175, DT-420 DDT 850 HIRL CL IAP, AD 

RWV 09: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. Thld dsplcd 1350'. Railroad. Rgttfc. 

RWV 27: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. Thld dsplcd 253'. 
RWV 08R-26L: H10506X200 (ASPH-GRVD) S-130, D-210, ST-175, DT-420 DDT 850 HIRL CL 

RWV 08R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 77'. 

RWV 26L: MALSF. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 73'. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 12-30: H9354X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-130, D-210, ST-175, DT-420, DDT-850 HIRL CL 

RWV 12: MALSR. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. Tower. 

RWV 30: MALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. Thld dsplcd 939'. Tree. 
RWV 08L-2BR: H8600X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-130, D-210, DT-420 DDT 850 HIRL CL 

RWV 08L: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60' 

RWV 26R: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60' 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 



LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT 


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RWV 09 12-30 


9750 






RWV 12 09-27 


8100 






NWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 








RWV 09: TORA-13000 TODA-13000 


ASDA-12747 


LDA- 


11397 


RWV 12: TORA-9354 TODA-9354 


ASDA-8579 


LDA- 


8579 


RWV 27: TORA-13000 TODA-13000 


ASDA-13000 


LDA 


-12747 


RWV 30: TORA-9354 TODA-9354 


ASDA-8852 


LDA 


-7911 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. CLOSED to non-engine aircraft. Rwy 08L-26R CLOSED 0300-1200ZT- when 
Rwy 08R-26L and Rwy 09-27 are in use. Rwy 12-30 CLOSED 0300-1200Z}. when Rwys 08R-26L and Rwy 
09-27 are in use. Birds on and invof arpt. PPR 3 hrs prior to domestic arrivals on the General Aviation Center 
ramp. Ctc Ramp Control at 305-876-7550. Acft with a wingspan greater than 170' are prohibited from taxiing 
on Twy P between Twy U and Twy Q8. Acft with a wingspan greater than 143' are prohibited from using Twy AA. 
Rwy 08L touchdown rwy visual range avbl. Rwy 09 touchdown and midfield rwy visual range avbl. Rwy 26L 
touchdown rwy visual range avbl. Rwy 08R touchdown rwy visual range avbl. Rwy 27 touchdown rwy visual range 
avbl. Turbojet acft except B727/F28 series use distant noise abatement dep procedure all rwys. DC9 use 
close-in noise abatement procedure. Rwy 27 thld Igts OTS indef. Ldg fee. All medical emergencies arrivals, with 
the exception of air ambulance flights, must secure doors until ARFF is on scene. ASDE-X surveillance system in 
use: pilots should operate transponders with mode C on all twys and rwys. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) 
avbl. NOTE: See Special Notices — Continuous Power Facilities and U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (305) 870-0235. TDWR. 

COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS ARR 119.15 (305) 869-5445 D-ATIS DEP 133.675 (305) 869-5446 UNICOM 123.0 
® APP CON 124.85 (270°-089°) 120.5 (090°-269°) 125.75 

TOWER 123.9 (090°-269°) 118.3 (270°-089°) GND CON 127.5 (09-27-30) 121.8 (8L/8R/12/26L/26R) 
CLNC DEL 135.35 120.35 
® DEP CON 125.5 (090°-269°) 119.45 (270°-089°) 

AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

DOLPHIN (H)VORTAC 113.9 DHP Chan 86 N25°48.00' W80°20.94' 099° 3.2 NM to fid. 10/4W. HIWAS. 

KEVES NDB (LOM) 248 Ml N25°47.44' W80°11.65' 278° 5.2 NM to fid. SHUTDOWN. 

ILS/DME 110.3 l-MFA Chan 40 Rwy 08R. Class IA. LOC unusable beyond 20° either side of centerline 

and unusable inside 1.2 NM/3.1 DME inbound. GS unusable for coupled apchs bio 500'. 
ILS 109.5 l-MIA Rwy 27. Class IA. LOM KEYES NDB. LOM SHUTDOWN. 

ILS/DME 109.1 l-VIN Chan 28 Rwy 26L. Class IB. GS unusable for coupled apchs bio 385'. 
ILS 110.9 l-BUL Rwy 09. 

ILS/DME 111.7 l-DCX Chan 54 Rwy 30. (LOC only) LOC unusable within 0.5 NM of thld. 
ILS/DME 108.9 l-GEM Chan 26 Rwy 12. Class IA. LOC unusable byd 27° left of course. 
ILS/DME 109.3 l-ROY Chan 30 Rwy 08L. LOC unusable byd 025° right of course. DME portion 

unusable byd 029° left of course (centerline). 
ILS/DME 109.3 l-CNV Chan 30 Rwy 26R. 

MIAMI SPB (X44) 2E UTC-5(-4DT) N25°46.70' W80°10.22' MIAMI 

00 AOE NOTAM FILE MIA 
WATERWAV NW-SE: 15000X600 (WATER) 

SEAPLANE REMARKS: Attended dalgt hrs. Numerous watercraft and large passenger vessels in area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



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OPA-LOCKA EXECUTIVE (OFF) ION UTC-5(-4DT) N25°54.42' W80°16.70' 
8 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1008 (1000) LRA NOTAM FILE OPF 

RWY 09L-27R: H8002X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-96, D-155, ST-175, DT-290 HIRL 

RWY 09L: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 

RWY 27R: MALS. VASI(V4L)—GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 12-30: H6800X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-96, D-200, ST-175 

HIRL 

RWY 12: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Thld dsplcd 800 

RWY 30: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. 
RWY09R-27L: H4306X100 (ASPH) S-37, D-61 MIRL 

RWY 09R: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 27L: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY09L:TORA-8OO2 TODA-8202 

RWY09R: TORA-4306 

RWY 12: T0RA-6800 

RWY 27 L: TORA-4306 

RWY27R: TORA-8002 

RWY 30: T0RA-6800 



ASDA-8202 
ASDA-4306 
ASDA-7000 
ASDA-4306 
ASDA-8202 
ASDA-7000 



LDA-8002 
LDA-4306 
LDA-6000 
LDA-4306 
LDA-8002 
LDA-6800 




T0DA-4306 
TODA-7800 
TODA-4306 
TODA-8202 
T0DA-7000 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 09L-27R CLOSED 

0200-1200Z:t except with 30 minutes PPR to request activate rwy 
Igts call 305-869-1660 or etc CTAF. Birds invof arpt. Dual tfc 
patterns for helicopters and fixed wing acft in use Rwy 09R-27L. Banner towing invof arpt. Noise sensitive arpt. 
Flight training is limited to acft 40,000 pounds max gross tkf weight and bio and only between 1200-0200Z:t. 
Rwy 12-30 limited by arpt manager to 155,000 lbs dual wheel gear. VFR acft arriving OPA LOCKA arpt enter arpt 
tfc area bio 2000 ft; air tfc sve 2000 ft and abv in the OPA LOCKA arpt tfc area provided by MIAMI app con. 
Specific tfc patterns are published for helicopters and fixed wing tfc; compliance is mandatory. Obtain this 
information from twr or fixed base operator or arpt manager; or req specific tfc pattern instruction on initial etc. 
Helicopters arriving and departing helipads avoid flying over parked or taxiing acft. Twy E between Twy G and Twy 
P non movement area indef. Twy E and Taxilane B non-movement area indef. When twr clsd HIRL Rwy 12-30 
preset med ints. ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 09L and Rwy 12 and MALS Rwy 27R— CTAF. When twr clsd HIRL Rwy 
12-30 intensity controlled on CTAF. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl 1400-0200Z:t. NOTE: See Special 
Notices — U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (305) 681-4063. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.7 ATIS 125.9 
® MIAMI APP/DEP CON 128.6 (4000' and below) 

TOWER 120.7 118.6 (1200-0200Z:t) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 119.2 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1200-0200Z:t other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

DOLPHIN (H)VORTAC 113.9 DHP Chan 86 N25°48.00' W80°20.94' 035° 7.5 NM to fid. 10/4W. HIWAS. 
ILS 110.5 l-OPF Rwy 09L. (LOC unmonitored when twr clsd). 
ILS/DME 111.35 l-PLJ Chan 50(Y) Rwy 27R. Class IA. 
ILS/DME 111.55 l-OLX Chan 52(Y) Rwy 12. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Initial etc for Tower on 120.7 for rwy procedure and frequency assignment. 



MID FLORIDA AIR SERVICE (see eustis) 



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MILTON 



PETER PRINCE FLD (2R4) 3E UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 38.26' W86°59.62' 

82 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE GNV 

RWV 1S-3B: H3701X75 (ASPH) S-22 MIRL 
RWV 18: PAPI(P2L). Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 36: PAPI(P2L). Railroad. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1500Zt-dusk. Be alert arpt situated in 
cut-off of NAS Whiting Class C airspace located 1400' overhead 
within 1 mile from the center of the arpt on three sides to the 
east, north, and west from surface to 4200'. Intensive flight 
training invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36 and PAPI Rwy 18 
and Rwy 36 — CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.976 
® PENSACOLA APP/DEP CON 124.85 

GCO 121.725 (PENSACOLA APCH) 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW (H) VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' 
W86°40.75' 232° 19.8 NM to fid. 255/03E. HIWAS. 



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NDB(L0M)227 TN 095° 6.2 NM to Dade-Collier Training and Transition. 



MOTORSPORTS COMPLEX EMS (see homestead) 



MOTORSPORTS COMPLEX VIP (see homestead) 



MUFFE N26°29.06' W81°50.08' NOTAM FILE RSW. 

NDB (LOM) 336 RS 054° 5.3 NM to Southwest Florida Intl. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 



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2 NE UTC-5(-4DT) 
100LL, JET A 0X3,4 



NAPLES MUNI ( apf) 

8 B S4 FUEL 

NOTAM FILE APF 
RWY 05-23: H5290X150 (ASPH-GRVD) D-75 MIRL 

RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.5° TCH 30'. Thld dsplcd 290'. Bldg. 

Rgt tfc. 

RWY 23: ODALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 43'. 
RWY 14-32: H5000X75 (ASPH) D-75 MIRL 

RWY 14: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 128'. Rgt 

tfc. 

RWY 32: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Thld dsplcd 450'. 
RWY SW/NE: 1850X100 (TURF) 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



N26°09.14' W81°46.55' 
TPA-See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index A 



MIAMI 

H-8H, L-21D, 23B 

IAP, AD 



RWY 05: 
RWY 14: 
RWY 23 
RWY 32: 



TORA-5000 
TORA-5000 
TORA-5000 
TORA-5000 



T0DA-5290 
TODA-5000 
TODA-5000 
TODA-5000 



ASDA-5000 
ASDA-4550 
ASDA-5000 
ASDA-4870 




AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0300ZJ:. CLOSED to all acft 

exceeding 75,000 lbs maximum gross weight dual gear as 

indicated on acft operating certificate issued by the manufacturer. 

Extremely noise sensitive area all quadrants. All turbojets use 

close-in noise abatement procedures. Stage 1 jet acft and Stage 

2 jet acft ops prohibited. Voluntary restrictions exist for Stage 3 jet acft ops 0300-1200ZJ:. Voluntary restraint 

from touch and go ops 0300-1200ZT-. Use care when exiting Rwy 05 onto Twy G. Do not turn onto Rwy 14-32 

unless instructed by ATC. Use of turf Rwy SW-NE restricted to individuals who have reviewed and signed letter of 

agreement avbl at General Aviation Terminal. TPA for single engine acft 1008(1000). Twy C from C-l to the AER 

32 not visible from the twr. When twr clsd ACTIVATE MIRL Rwys 14-32, 05-23, PAPI Rwy 14 and Rwy 32, REIL 

Rwy 14, Rwy 32, Rwy 05 and ODALS Rwy 23 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (239) 643-9886. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 128.5 ATIS 134.225 (239) 643-5230 

RCO 123.6 (MIAMI RADIO) 
® FORT MYERS APP/DEP CON 119.75 (1100-0500Z1:) 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.75 (0500-llOOZt-) 

TOWER 128.5 (1100-0300Z:t) GND CON 121.6 CLNC DEL 118.0 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1100-0300ZJ: other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE APF. 

CYPRESS (T)V0RW/DME 108.6 CYY Chan 23 N26°09.21' W81°46.69' at fid. 9/03W. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: UNICOM FREQ, pilots may etc Naples Airport Authority for UNICOM sves on 128.825. 



NASA 6 E UTC-5(-4DT) 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-81, L-24F 

DIAP 

HIRL(NSTD) CL 



NASA SHUTTLE LANDING FACILITY ( tts> 

N28°36.90' W80-41.67' 
10 B Class I, ARFF Index Ltd. NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWY 15-33: H15000X300 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, T-220, ST-175, TT-500, DDT-800 

RWY15:ALSF2. RWY 33: ALSF2. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT For HIRL Rwy 15-33 etc twr— 128.55. Rwy 15-33 NSTD HIRL; 85' from rwy edge. Centerline 
lights Rwy 15-33 NSTD, 10,000'. JASU 3(M32A-60A) Must be scheduled in advance. FUEL 18. Must be 
scheduled 24 hr in advance. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Attended 1100-0330ZJ:. RSTD Official Business Only. For PPR telephone C321-867-2100. Airfield 
unattended holidays. CAUTION Numerous birds in vicinity of arpt. Part of ramp not visible from twr. Portions of rwy 
not visible from Base OPS. MISC The mid 8000' of Rwy 15-33 grooved. Limited twy and ramp space. WX DSN 
476-8484. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 123.6 
® ORLANDO APP/DEP CON 134.95 281.425 

TOWER 128.55 284.0 (weekdays 1300-OlOOZt- except holidays, other times as required) GND CON 121.75 
PMSV METRO 344.6 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc weekdays 1300-OlOOZt- except holidays, other times as required, other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MLB. 

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER (H) TACAN Chan 59(Y) TTS (112.25) N28°37.57' W80°41.75' at fid. 57/OE. No 
NOTAM, intermittent opr. 



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N28°58.73' W80°55.50' 



NAVARRE 

FT WALTON BEACH (1J9) 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 24.38' W86°49.75' new oi 

22 NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWV 18-36: 2100X65 (TURF) 

RWV18: Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1600Z:t-dusk. Rwy 18-36 all tkfs Rwy 18; all Idgs Rwy 36. No helicopter ops. Rwy 

18-36 marked with white cones. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

NEW HIBISCUS AIRPARK (see vero beach) 

NEW SMYRNA BEACH 

MASSEY RANCH AIRPARK (x 5 0) ss utc-s(-4) 

12 S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWV 18-36: H3852X60 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWV 18: Road. RWV 36: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2200Z:t, Sat-Sun 

irregularly. Self svc fuel. Acft maintenance call 386-426-6346. 

Glider and banner towing, aerobatics and parachuting activity on 

and invof arpt. Rwy 18 marked with 4' chain link fence. Rwy 

18-36 LIRL are positioned 20' either side of rwy. Rwy 18-36 has 

315' paved stopway on N end and 200' paved stopway on S end. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® DAYTONA APP/DEP CON 125.35 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OMN. 

ORMAND 6EACH (H)VORTAC 112.6 OMN Chan 73 N29°18.20' 
W81°06.76' 153° 21.8 NM to fid. 19/00E. 

NEW SMYRNA 6EACH NDD (MHW) 417 EVB N29°03.25' 
W80°56.49' 173° 4.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE PIE. 



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NEW SMYRNA BEACH MUNI (EVB) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N29°03.34' W80°56.94' 
10 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE EVB 
RWV 07-25: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-55 MIRL 

RWV 07: Thld dsplcd 335'. Fence. 

RWV 25: Thld dsplcd 300'. Fence. 
RWV 11-29: H4319X100 (ASPH) S-55 MIRL 

RWV 11: PAPI(P4L) Trees. 

RWV 29: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Road. 
RWV 02-20: H4000X100 (ASPH) S-55 

RWV 02: Thld dsplcd 785'. Fence. 

RWV 20: P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0300Z:t. For attendant after 

0300Z:t call 386-424-2199. Arpt CLOSED for ultralights except 

PPR 386-424-2199. Birds on and invof arpt. Voluntary noise 

abatement: in effect etc arpt manager details at 386-424-2199. 

TPA— Igt acft 798(788), heavy acft 1198(1188). Rwys 02-20 and 

twy cracking with grass. ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 11 and Rwy 29 and 

MIRL Rwy 11-29 and Rwy 07-25 after 0300ZJ;— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 124.625 (386) 409-7405. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.675 ATIS 124.625 UNICOM 122.95 

® DAYTONA APP/DEP CON 125.35 

TOWER 119.675 (1200-0300Z:t) GND CON 121.325 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0300Z:t, other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OMN. 

ORMOND 6EACH (H)VORTAC 112.6 OMN Chan 73 N29°18.20' W81°06.76' 150° 17.1 NM to fid. 19/00E. 

ND6(MHW)417 EVB N29°03.25' W80°56.49' at fid. NOTAM FILE PIE. 

ASR 




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110 



FLORIDA 



NORTH PALM BEACH CO GENERAL AVIATION (see west palm beach) 



NORTH PERRY (See Hollywood) 



NORTHWEST FLORIDA-PANAMA CITY INTL (see Panama city) 



OAK TREE LANDING (see high springs) 



OCALA INTL-JIM TAYLOR FLD ( ocf) 

90 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al 4 
RWY 18-36: H7467X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 



4W UTC-5(-4DT) N29°10.31' W82°13.45' 
OX 1, 2 NOTAM FILE 0CF 
S-60, D-125, ST-158, DT-220 MIRL 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-8H, L-21D, 24F 

IAP 




RWY 18: PAPI(P4L). Thld dsplcd 160'. Trees. 

RWY 36: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 561'. 
RWY 08-26: H3009X50 (ASPH) S-30 

RWY 08: Trees. RWY 26: P-line. 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 18: TORA-7467 TODA-7467 ASDA-6907 LDA-6747 

RWY 36: TORA-7467 TODA-7467 ASDA-6907 LDA-6347 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1230-0100ZJ:. For attendant after 

0100Z+. call 352-572-0492. Rwy 08-26 CLOSED to air carrier 

acft. CLOSED to air carrier operations. All acft departing Rwy 18 

maintain rwy heading to 800' AGL or until reaching end of rwy 

whichever occurs later before making left turns. Customs svc 

unavbl. Rwy 36 designated calm wind rwy. Twy E Igts OTS. Rwy 18 

PAPI OTS. MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset low ints; to increase ints and 

ACTIVATE MALSR and PAPI Rwy 36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 128.125 (352) 237-8525. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

RCO 122. 1R 113. 7T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OCF. 

(L)VORTAC 113.7 OCF Chan 84 N29°10.65' W82°13.58' 
at fid. 80/00E. 

JUMPI NDB (L0M)423 OC N29°03.39' W82°13.39' 004° 7 NM to fid. 

ILS 111.5 l-OCF Rwy 36. Class IE. LOM JUMPI NDB. (Unmonitored). 

OKEECHOBEE CO (OBE) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N27°15.99' W80°51.02' MIAMI 

34 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET A OX 1, 3 NOTAM FILE PIE H— 81, L-23C 

RWY 05-23: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-40 MIRL IAP 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Tree. RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

RWY 14-32: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-30 

RWY 14: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. RWY 32: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200ZJ:. After hrs call 863-634-0352. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. Bird 

Hazard, cranes invof arpt. Non-powered fit activity prohibited within arpttfc pat. Tkf and Idg on grass areas are 

at own risk. Rwy 05 calm wind rwy. Rwy 05-23 outboard 25' paved shoulders. Rwy 14-32 outboard 37' paved 

shoulders. FBO phone is 863-467-5888. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.675 (863) 467-1148. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.25 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

PAHOKEE (H)VORTAC 115.4 PHK Chan 101 N26°46.96' W80°41.49' 344° 30.2 NM to fid. 16/00E. 
HIWAS. 



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EXECUTIVE (ORL) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N28°32.73' W81°19.98' JACKSONVILLE 

113 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A 0X4 NOTAM FILE ORL H-8H, L-21D, 24F 

RWV 07-25: H6004X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-45, D-65, ST-82, DT-115 HIRL IAP, AD 

RWV 07: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWV 25: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 46'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 13-31: H4625X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-35, D-60 HIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Trees. 

RWV 31: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVBL 

RWV 25 13-31 4500 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 07: TORA-6003 T0DA-6003 ASDA-6003 LDA-5703 

RWV 25: TORA-6003 T0DA-6003 ASDA-6003 LDA-6003 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. PPR for acft over 100,000 

lbs; etc arpt manager 407-894-9831. Banner towing ops S of Rwy 

07-25. Acft with wingspan of 65' or greater must obtain 

assistance before taxiing into the E half of the N ramp and the S 

half of the W ramp. Noise sensitive arpt. When twr clsd Rwy 07 is 

preferred noise abatement rwy weather permitting. Unlighted 

cranes 292' MSL less .50-3 southwest of Rwy 07. Brightly Igtd 

bridge highway located approximately 1 /2 mi. S. of arpt could give 

false indication of being rwy on apch to Rwys 07 & 31 during low ceiling or poor visibility. VFR acft 

arriving/departing Executive Arpt exercise caution due to small and heavy turbo-jet acft transiting arpt traffic 

area 2000' and above on approach to Orlando Intl Arpt 5.6 miles south. Birds in vicinity of arpt. When twr clsd 

ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 07-25 and Rwy 13-31, PAPI Rwy 07, Rwy 13 and Rwy 31, REIL Rwy 25, Rwy 13 and Rwy 

31, MALSR Rwy 07 and Twy Igts — 118.7. VASI Rwy 25 continuous opr. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (407)658-6753. HIWAS 112.2 ORL. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.7 ATIS 127.25 UNICOM 122.95 

ORLANDO RCO 123.65 122.65 122.2 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) ORLANDO RCO 122. 1R 112. 2T (ST PETERSBURG 
RADIO) 
® ORLANDO APP/DEP CON 124.8 (000°-180° above 5000') 120.15 (181°-359° above 5500') 121.1 (311°-060° 
5500' and bio) 127.325 (061°-180° 5000' and bio) 119.4 (181°-310° 5500' and bio) 

TOWER 118.7 (1100-0400Zt-) GND CON 121.4 CLNC DEL 128.45 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1100-0400Z:t. other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORL. 

ORLANDO (H)VORTAC 112.2 ORL Chan 59 N28°32.56' W81°20.10' at fid. 102/00E. HIWAS. 

HERNV NOB (L0M)221 OR N28°30.41' W81°26.04' 070° 5.8 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.9 l-ORL Rwy 07. Class IB. LOM HERNY NDB. ILS unmonitored 03001000Zt- daily. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: When twr clsd prior to dep req cine on 124.3. When ORL ILS Rwy 07 and MCO ILS Rwys 

17 and 18R simultaneous ops are conducted, ATC radar rqr. 




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JACKSONVILLE 

H-8H, L-21D, 24F 

IAP, AD 



KISSIMMEE GATEWAY (ISM) 16SW UTC-5(-4DT) N28°17.39' W81°26.23' 
82 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1 TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE ISM 
RWY 15-33: H6000X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-150, ST-95, DT-300 MIRL 

RWY 15: MALSF. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 33: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
RWY 06-24: H5000X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-60 MIRL 

RWY 06: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 24: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0300Z:L-. Arpt CLOSED to ultralight 

acft except by prior permission from arpt manager. Noise 

sensitive area ^h mile north of AER 24. Rwy 06 holding bay 

restricted to acft with wingspan of 49' or less. No early turnouts 

on Rwy 06 departures. Req all Jets/Turbo props use National 

Business Acft Association close-in procedures. Rwy 15 is 

preferred calm wind rwy. TPA for Igt acft 1000(918), turboprop 

and jet acft 1500(1418). MIRL Rwy 15-33 and Rwy 06-24 preset 

low ints dusk-0300Zt-, to increase ints and ACTIVATE after 

0300Z:t— CTAF. ACTIVATE MALSF Rwy 15 and PAPI Rwy 06, Rwy 

24, Rwy 15 and Rwy 33— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 128.775 (407) 847-0533. HIWAS 

112.2 ORL. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.45 UNICOM 122.95 
® ORLANDO APP/DEP CON 119.4 CLNC DEL 119.95 (0100-1300ZJ;) 

TOWER 124.45 (1200-0300ZT-) GND CON 121.7 CLNC DEL 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0300Zt other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORL. 

ORLANDO (H)VORTAC 112.2 ORL Chan 59 N28°32.56' W81°20.10' 
HIWAS. 

NDD (MHW) 329 ISM N28°17.36' W81°26.05' at fid. NOTAM FILE ISM. NDB unmonitored 0300-1200Z4:. 
SHUTDOWN. 

ILS/DME 109.75 l-ISM Chan 34(Y) Rwy 15. Unmonitored. 




200° 16.1 NM to fid. 102/00E. 



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H-8H, L-21D, 24F 

CL IAP, AD 




ORLANDO INTL (MCO) 6 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N28°25.76' W81°18.54' 

96 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A LRA Class I, ARFF Index E NOTAM FILE MCO 
RWV 18L-3BR: H12005X200 (CONC-ASPH-GRVD) S-165, D-200, ST-175, DT-400 HIRL 
RWV 18L: VASI(V6L)— Upper GA 3.25° TCH 90'. Lower GA 3.0° TCH 
52'. 

RWV 36R: ALSF2. TDZL. 
RWV 18R-36L: H12004X200 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-200, 
ST-175, DT-400 HIRL CL 
RWV 18R: MALSR. TDZL. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 36L: TDZL. REIL. VASI(V6L)— Upper GA 3.25° TCH 94'. Lower 
GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 
RWV 17R-35L: H10000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-210, ST-175, 
DT-400 HIRL CL 

RWV 17R:ALSF2. TDZL. RWV 35L: ALSF2. 

RWV 17L-35R: H9000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-210, DT-420, 
DDT-900 HIRL CL 
RWV 17L: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L). 
RWV 35R: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4R). 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 18L: T0RA-12005 T0DA-12005 ASDA-12005 LDA-12005 
RWV 18R: TORA-12004 TODA-12004 ASDA-12004 LDA-12004 
RWV 36L: TORA-12004 TODA-12004 ASDA-11621 LDA-11621 
RWV 36R: TORA-12004 TODA-12005 ASDA-11601 LDA-11601 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. CAUTION — Birds and deer on and invof arpt. Use caution in vicinity of twy A 
along west ramp. ASDE-X Surveillance System in Use: Pilots should operate transponders with Mode C on all 
twys and rwys. When ORL ILS Rwy 07 and MCO ILS Rwys 17 and 18R simultaneous ops are conducted, ATC 
radar required. Bright lights on road between Rwy 17R-35L and Rwy 17L-35R may be mistaken for rwy lights. 
Rwy 17L touchdown, midfield and rollout runway visual range avbl. Rwy 35R touchdown, midfield and rollout 
runway visual range avbl. Ground ops of acft with wingspan greater than 213' must use twys west of Rwy 
18L/36R except north of Twy A which is restricted to wingspan less than 213'. Avoid contact with twy edge Igts; 
all acft determined to be FAA design group IV and above must perform judgmental oversteering instead of 
cockpit centerline steering when taxiing. Acft parked on Airside 2 centerline west of Twy Gl and/or south of Twy 
J3 between 0300ZT- and 1200Z}.. On initial contact with GND CON, aircraft on west ramp, Airside 1 and 3 (Gates 
1-59) use GND CON, 121.8. Aircraft at Airside 2 and 4 (Gates 60 and higher), use GND CON 126.4. Flight 
Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (407) 855-5235. HIWAS 112.2 ORL. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS ARR 121.25 D-ATIS DEP 120.525 UNICOM 122.95 
® APP/DEP CON 124.8 (000°-180° abv 5000') 120.15 (181°-359° abv 5500') 121.1 (311°-060° 5500' and bio) 
127.325 (061°-180° 5000' and bio) 119.4 (181°-310° 5500' and bio) (APP ONLV Secondary 134.05 125.55 
123.85) 
TOWER 124.3 (Rwy 18L-36R and Rwy 18R-36L) 118.45 (Rwy 17L-35R and Rwy 17R-35L) GND CON 121.8 
126.4 (When assigned by ATIS) CLNC DEL 134.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORL. 

(H)VORTAC 112.2 ORL Chan 59 N28°32.56' W81°20.10' 169° 6.9 NM to fid. 102/00E. HIWAS. 
Chan 54Y Rwy 17R. Class ME. 
Chan 42 Rwy 35L. Class HIE. 
Chan 46(Y) Rwy 17L. Class HE. 
Chan 48(Y) Rwy 35R. Class HE. 
Chan 44 Rwy 36R. Class MIE. 
Chan 56 Rwy 18R. Class IA. 



ILS/DME 111.75 


l-DIZ 


ILS/DME 110.5 


-DDO 


ILS/DME 110.95 


l-ARK 


ILS/DME 111.15 


l-CER 


ILS/DME 110.7 


l-OJP 


ILS/DME 111.9 


l-TFE 



HELIPAD HI: H44X44 (CONC) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: 24 hr PPR for Helipad Idg call 407-825-2036. 



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S-30, D-170, ST-175, 



Rwy9C-27C: 3578X75 
Rwy9L-27R: 9600 X 150 
Rwy 1 8-36: 6002 X 1 50 

a 



ORLANDO SANFORD INTL (sfb) 16 ne utc-5(-4dt) N28°46.60' wsi°i4.i3 r Jacksonville 

55 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 TPA— 1055(1000) AOE ARFF Index— See Remarks H-8H, L-21D, 24F 

NOTAM FILE SFB 
RWY 09L-27R: H 9500X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 

DT-300 HIRL 

RWY 09L: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. Thld dsplcd 1000' 

RWY 27R: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 75'. Thld dsplcd 600'. 

Trees. Rgt tfc. 0.4% up. 
RWY09R-27L: H6547X75 (ASPH) S-30 HIRL 0.3% up W 

RWY 09R: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 1647 

Rgt tfc. 

RWY 27L: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RWY 18-36: H6002X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) 
S-30, D-170, ST-175, DT-300 MIRL 

RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 

RWY 36: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 09C-27C: H357SX75 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWY 09C: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 35'. Pole. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 27C: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 27'. Trees. 



LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT 

RWY 09L 18-36 

RWY 098 18-36 

RWY 18 09R-27L 

RWY 27L 18-36 

RWY 36 09L-27R 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION: 

RWY09L: TORA-9600 TODA-9600 

RWY09C: T0RA-3578 

RWY09R: T0RA-6647 

RWY27L: T0RA-6647 

RWY27C: T0RA-3578 

RWY27R: TORA-9600 



DIST AVBL 

5500 
3150 
4624 
5760 
5300 




TODA-3578 
TODA-6647 
TODA-6647 
TODA-3578 
TODA-9600 



ASDA-9600 LDA-8600 
ASDA-3578 LDA-3578 
ASDA-6647 LDA-5000 
ASDA-6132 LDA-6132 
ASDA-3578 LDA-3578 
ASDA-9600 LDA-9000 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Class I, ARFF Index D. CLOSED to repetitive air carrier training ops except 
24 hrs PPR etc arpt manager 407-585-4000 ext 4006 or 407-585-4119. ARFF index E avbl with 24 hr PPR 
(charter carriers on published schedule exempt). Rwy 09C-27C and Rwy 09R-27L non-air carrier use only. Rwy 
18-36 and Rwy 09L-27R primary rwys for air carrier ops. Twy K and Twy Kl clsd to acft with wingspan greater 
than 80'. Twy P clsd to acft with wingspan greater than 40'. Noise sensitive area under ILS apch from SEMCO 
OM to Rwy 09L and from 4 miles out straight-in to Rwy 27R. Turbojets are to use company fly quiet or noise 
abatement procedures, for details etc arpt manager at phone number 407-585-4000. Dense flight training 
activity in tfc pattern and local area; Rwy 09R-27L primary flight training rwy. Large birds, including eagles invof 
arpt. All acft with less than 30 seats arriving to clear Customs etc 129.075 prior to Idg. PAEW on terminal ramp 
within 75' of Twy C centerline when acft using gates 3 or 4. When twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 09L-27R, Rwy 
09R-27L, MIRL Rwy 18-36, PAPI Rwy 09L, Rwy 27R, Rwy 09R, Rwy 27L, Rwy 18 and Rwy 36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (407) 321-9384. HIWAS 112.2 ORL. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.3 ATIS 125.975 
® ORLANDO APP/DEP CON 119.775 (South of SFB within 20 NM 3500' and bio) 121.1 (North of SFB within 20 NM 
3500' and bio) CLNC DEL 121.35 (When Twr CLOSED) 123.975 Cine Del avbl when advertised on ATIS. 
TOWER 120.3 135.25 (1130-0400Zfl 6ND CON 121.35 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve 1130-0400Zt other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORL. 

ORLANDO (H)VORTAC 112.2 ORL Chan 59 N28°32.56' W81°20.10' 021° 15 NM to fid. 102/OOE. 

HIWAS. 
SANFORD NDB (MHW) 408 SFB N28°47.10' W81°14.60' at fid. NOTAM FILE SFB. 

NDB unmonitored when twr clsd. 
ILS 108.9 l-SND Rwy 09L. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. 
ILS/DME 111.55 l-OOS Chan 52(Y) Rwy 09R. Class I. 
ILS/DME 110.15 l-FNU Chan 38(Y) Rwy 27R. Class IB. 



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ORMOND BEACH N29°is.20' wsi°06.76' notam file omn Jacksonville 

(H)VORTAC 112.6 OMN Chan 73 at Ormond Beach Muni. 19/00E. NOTAM FILE PIE. H-8H, L-21D, 24G 

VOR portion unusable 147°-155 byd 12 NM bio 2000'; useable 147°-155° byd 25 NM bio 3000'; useable 
243°-253° byd 35 NM bio 3000'. 
RCO 122. 1R 112. 6T (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 
RCO 122.4 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 



N29°18.03' W81°06.82' 
NOTAM FILE PIE 



ORMOND BEACH MUNI (omn) 3 nw utc-5(-4dt) 

29 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1029(1000) 
RWV 08-26: H4004X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-40 MIRL 

RWV 08: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Trees. 

RWV 26: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 17-35: H3701X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-40 MIRL 

RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0000Z:t. Line of sight obstructed 

btn Rwys 08-26, 17-35. Twy C clsd indef. Portions of twy 

cracking with grass growing through. Noise abatement procedures 

in effect etc arpt mgr at 386-676-3224 for details. Rwy 17-35 

Igts OTS indef exc med/low ints. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwys 08-26 and 

17-35 and PAPI Rwy 08, Rwy 26, Rwy 17 and Rwy 35, REIL 

Rwy 17— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.475 (386) 615-7084. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.075 ATIS 118.475 UNICOM 123.05 

RCO 122. 1R 112. 6T (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 

RCO 122.4 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 

DAYTONA APP/DEP CON 125.8 

TOWER 119.075 (1200-0000Z:t) 6ND CON 121.625 
CLNC DEL 121.625 
AIRSPACE: CLASS sve 1200-0000ZJ: other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OMN. 

(H)VORTAC 112.6 OMN Chan 73 N29°18.20' W81°06.76' at fid. 19/00E 

ASR 




PAGE FLD 



(See FT MYERS) 



PAHOKEE N26°46.96' W80°41.49' NOTAM FILE MIA. 

(H)VORTAC 115.4 PHK Chan 101 at Palm Beach Co Glades. 20/00. HIWAS. 
RCO 122.35 122. 1R 115. 4T (MIAMI RADIO) 



MIAMI 
H-81, L-23C 



PAHOKEE 



PALM BEACH CO GLADES (phk> 3 sw utc-5(-4dt) 

16 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MIA 
RWV 17-35: H4116X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWV 17: VASI(V2L)— GA 2.75° TCH 20'. Thld dsplcd 100'. P-line. 

RWV 35: VASI(V2L)— GA 2.5° TCH 20'. Thld dsplcd 50'. Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t. Parachute Jumping. Birds 

on and invof arpt. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset on medium ints, to 

increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: HIWAS 115.4 PHK. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAFAINICOM 122.8 

PAHOKEE RCO 122.35 122. 1R 115.4T (MIAMI RADIO) 
® PALM 6EACH APP/DEP CON 124.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

PAHOKEE (H)VORTAC 115.4 PHK Chan 101 N26°46.96' 
W80°41.49' atfld. 16/00E. HIWAS. 



N26°47.10' W80°41.60 




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2 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N29°39.50' W81°41.37' 
-1048(1000) NOTAMFILEGNV 
MIRL 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-8H, L-21D, 24G 

IAP 



PALATKA MUNI-LT. KAY LARKIN FLD (2sj) 

48 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA- 
RWY 09-27: H6000X100 (ASPH) S-21, D-60 

RWY 09: PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Tree. 

RWY 27: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Thld dsplcd 449'. Tree. 
RWY 17-35: H3510X75 (ASPH) S-31, D-60 MIRL 0.5% up S 

RWY 17: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 27'. Tree. 

RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.45° TCH 35'. Trees. 
RWY 12-30: H3000X75 (ASPH) S-10 

RWY 12: Tree. RWY 30: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OOOOZi;. Self serve AVGAS, JET A 

(PRIST) avbl 24 hrs with credit card. Parachute Jumping. Wildlife 

on and invof arpt. Rwy 17-35 restricted to acft 12,500 lbs gross 

weight or less. Rwy 12-30 cracking with grass growth. Preferential 

Rwy 09 conditions permitting. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27, Rwy 

17-35 and PAPI Rwy 09, Rwy 27 and Rwy 17, Rwy 35— CTAF. PAPI 

Igt operate continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.92 (386) 312-2212. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.25 (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 121.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

BATORS (L)VORTAC 116.2 GNV Chan 109 N29°41.53' W82°16.38 
HIWAS. 

NDB(MHW)243 IAK N29°39.17' W81°48.70' 090° 6.4 NM to fid. NDB unmonitored 0000-1300ZJ; 




O 
098° 30.6 NM to fid. 128/04W. 



PALM BEACH CO GLADES 


(See PAHOKEE) 


PALM BEACH CO PARK 


(See WEST PALM BEACH) 


PALM BEACH INTL (See 


WEST PALM BEACH) 



PALM COAST 

FLAGLER CO (XFL) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N29°28.04' W81°12.38' 

33 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1033(1000) NOTAMFILEGNV 

RWY 06-24: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-60 MIRL 
RWY OB: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWY 24: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 11-29: H4999X100 (ASPH) S-60 MIRL 
RWY 11: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWY 29: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-23001°:. For fuel after hrs call 
386-437-0401, 24 hrs in advance. Caution: Occasional ultralight 
and gyro-copter activity center and south of arpt. Twy D south of 
Twy E clsd indef. Twy C south of Rwy 06-24 clsd indef. Noise 
abatement procedures in effect, etc arpt manager for details at 
386-437-0401. Noise sensitive area northwest quadrant. All acft 
must come to full stop and use arpt taxi pattern. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 128.325 (386) 437-7334. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.95 ATIS 128.325 UNICOM 123.0 
® DAYTONA APP/DEP CON 125.8 

TOWER 118.95 (1200-0200ZJ;) END CON 121.75 CLNC DEL 
118.95 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1200-0200ZT- other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OMN. 

ORMOND BEACH (H)VORTAC 112.6 OMN Chan 73 N29°18.20' W81°06.76' 



JACKSONVILLE 

-8H, L-21D, 24G 

IAP 




333° 11 NM to fid. 19/00E. 



22 

WATERWAY 18W-36W: 3000X500 (WATER) 

SEAPLANE REMARKS: For seaplane refueling at lake call 386-437-0401, 24 hrs in advance. Rwy 18W-36W seaplane 

Idg area is Gore Lake (3196' by 1633'). 40' trees at water's edge all quadrants. Plan all apchs at heading 180° 

or 360° past trees. Rwy 18W-36W Idg area not marked. 



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AIRPORT MANATEE (48X) 7 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N27°38.55' W82°31.21' miam 

27 S2 NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWV 07-25: 3405X100 (TURF) LIRL 

RWV 07: Brush. Rgt tfc. RWV 25: Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2200Z:t, Sat 1400-1700Z:):. Rwy 07-25 first 500' E end soft after rains. 

Rwy 07-25 thlds marked by one green Igt and four buckets on each side of rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



PANACEA 



JACKSONVILLE 



WAKULLA CO (2J0) 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N29°59.37' W84°23.72' 

11 B NOTAM FILE GNV 

RWV 18-36: 2590X70 (TURF) LIRL 

RWV 18: Thld dsplcd 200'. Road. RWV 36: Thld dsplcd 375'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Parachute Jumping. Ground access by prior request 850-984-0590. +50' trees both 
sides of rwy 100' from centerline in transitional surface. Rwy 18-36 length and width and dsplcd thlds marked 
with white tires. Rwy 18-36 north 500' soft turf. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 18-36— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



W85°47.74' NEW ORLEANS 

H-8G, L-21C, 221 

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PANAMA CITY 

NORTHWEST FLORIDA-PANAMA CITY INTL ( ecp) 10 s utc-6(- 5 dt) 

69 B Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE ECP Not insp. 

RWV 16-34: H 10000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-155, ST-400, DT-750 
RWV 16: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.83° TCH 66'. 
RWV 34: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.83° TCH 73'. 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION: 

RWV 16: T0RA-10000 T0DA-10000 ASDA-10000 LDA-10000 
RWV 34: TORA-10000 T0DA-10000 ASDA-10000 LDA-10000 

AIRPORT REMARKS: ARPT IS NEW: RELOCATING FROM PANAMA 
CITY-BAY CO INTL (PFN) EFFECTIVE MAY 22, 2010. REVIEW 
NOTAMS FOR PFN AND ECP FOR LATEST CHANGES. Attended 
continuously. All military VIP arr/dep shall be at arpt terminal with 
prior approval from arpt authority at (850)763-6751 x206. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: LAWRS. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.95 ATIS 119.975 
® TVNDALL APP/DEP CON 124.15 (South abv 5000') 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 119.1 
TOWER 118.95 (1400-0400Z+-) 6ND CON 121.65 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1400-0400Z+- other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ECP. 

(L)VORTAC 114.3 PFN Chan 90 N30°12.98' 

W85°40.86' 325° 10.4 NM to fid. 10/OW. 
ILS/DME 111.15 l-PUK Chan 48(Y) Rwy 16. 




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3 NW 
OX 1, 



UTC-6(-5DT) N30°12.73' W85°40.97' 
2 LRA ARFF Index — See Remarks 



S-lOO, D-174, ST-175, 



PANAMA CITY-BAY CO INTL ( pfn) 

20 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

NOTAM FILE PFN 
RWY 14-32: H6308X150 (ASPH-GRVD 

DT-300 HIRL 

RWY 14: MALSR. 

RWY 32: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Trees. 
RWY 05-23: H4884X150 (ASPH) S-40, D-70, ST-89, DT-120 
MIRL 

RWY 05: VASI(V4L). Trees. 

RWY 23: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: AIRPORT WILL BE CLOSING AND REPLACED BY THE 

NEW NORTHWEST FLORIDA-PANAMA CITY INTL ARPT (KECP) 

ON/ABOUT 22 MAY. CHECK NOTAMS BOTH LOCATIONS. Attended 

continuously. Heavy bird activity on and invof arpt. Class I, ARFF 

Index B. ARFF equipment and personnel meet FAR 139 Index B, 

call 850-769-4791/6033. Acft arriving/departing S.E.-N.W. use 

caution due to intensive military jets transiting arpt tfc area 1500' 

and above on apch to Tyndall AFB. All IFR acft departing Rwy 14 

must turn to assigned heading within 1 NM of departure EOR. 

ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 14-32; MIRL Rwy 05-23; MALSR Rwy 14; 

REIL Rwy 32 and taxiway Igts — CTAF. Flight Notification Service 

(ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (850) 872-0385. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.5 ATIS 119.975 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 114. 3T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® TYNDALL APP/DEP CON 124.15 (South abv 5000') 125.2 (North abv 5000') (Mon-Fri 1200-0400ZT-, Sat-Sun 
1500-2300Z:t). Clsd holidays and weekends associated with holidays, other times etc. 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 119.1 

TOWER 120.5 (1200-0400ZT-) GND CON 121.65 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1200-0400ZT- other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PFN. 

(L)VORTAC 114.3 PFN Chan 90 N30°12.98' W85°40.86' at fid. 10/OW. 

LYNNE NDB (LOM) 278 PF N30°19.60' W85°46.94' 143° 8.6 NM to fid. 

ILS 110.5 l-PFN Rwy 14. BC unusable. LOM LYNNE NDB. (ILS unmonitored when twr clsd). 



NEW ORLEANS 

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PATRICK AFB (COFJ(KCOF) AF 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N28°14.10' W80°36.60' JACKSONVILLE 

8 B TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE COF Not insp. H-BI, L-24F 

RWV 02-20: H9023X200 (ASHP-CONC-GRVD) PCN 50 R/C/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWV 02: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). RWV 20: PAPI(P4L). 

RWV 11-29: H4000X200 (ASPH) PCN 54 F/B/W/T MIRL 

RWV 11: PAPI(P4L). RWV 29: PAPI(P4L). Thld dsplcd 300'. 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWV 02: TORA-9023 TODA-9023 
RWV 20: TORA-9023 TODA-9023 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy 02-20 edge Igts are positioned approximately 30' from usable surface. FUEL J8 
FLUID SP PRESAIR LHOX LOX OIL 0-128-133-148 TRAN ALERT Opr 1300-0500Z:t, clsd holidays. All tran acft 
rqr Tran Alert assistance no arr later than 0430Z:t. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr 1300-0500Z:t:. RSTD Acft turns on Rwy 02-20 restricted to cone ends. PPR for all acft, except 
EVAC, DSN 854-2222 C321-494-2222. East side Twy C clsd to jet acft. Run-on Idg/tkf conducted by rotary 
wing acft equipped with skids rstd to Rwy 11-29 west of Rwy 02-20 and Twy B south of Twy C. CAUTION First 240' 
Rwy 29 not visible from twr. Exercise caution due to extensive local general aviation acft over Melbourne Intl, 7 
NM S of Patrick AFB during VFR weather conditions. Bird hazard potential exists. Migratory Season Phase II Oct 
1-Mar 31. During Bird Watch Condition Moderate, tkf and Idg permission. During Bird Watch Condition Severe, 
tkf and Idg prohibited. Ctc TWR/GND/ATIS for current Bird Watch Condition Code. Rwy 11-29 has NSTD landing 
zone touchdown box markings. TFC PAT TPA — 1500(1492) rectangular, 2000(1992) overhead. CSTMS/AG/IMG All acft 
rqr support ctc PTD with arr info 1 hr prior to Idg via direct air/gnd communications or telephone patch. Provide 
2 hr notification Sat, Sun. If no notice expect 1-2 hr delay. MISC Base OPS DSN 854-2222, C321-494-2222, 
fax C321-494-6442. WX DSN 467-8484, C321-853-8484. Fleet SVC not avbl. Rwy 02-20 mid 7000' asphalt. 
Rwy 02-20 first 100' grooved cone. No COMSEC storage avbl at AMOPS, ctc CMD POST (bldg 423, extension 
7001) for COMSEC storage. 

COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 119.175 273.5 PTD 139.3 372.2 
® ORLANDO APP/DEP CON 132.65 134.95 281.425 358.3 

TOWER 133.75 269.375 (1300-0500Z4:) GND CON 124.35 335.8 

CLNC DEL 118.4 289.4 
PATRICK COMD POST (Call BARRIER) 138.3 383.0 (Global HF thru CAPE ROD) PMSV METRO 344.6 
KING OPS 150.35 321.0 RESCUE OPS 138.475 255.5 

AIRSPACE: CLASS sve 1300-0500Z:t, other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MLB. 

MELBOURNE (L) VOR/DME 110.0 MLB Chan 37 N28°06.32' W80°38.12' 012° 7.9 NM to fid. 30/2W. 
(T)TACAN Chan 97 COF (115.0) N28°14.26' W80°36.71' at fid. 10/4W. NOTAM FILE COF. Unmonitored 

0500-1300Zt. No NOTAM MP Wed 0900-1500Z:t. 
ILS 109.1 l-COF Rwy 02. Unmonitored 0500-1300Z4:. No NOTAM MP Tue 0900-1500Z:t. 
ILS 110.9 l-PKC Rwy 20. Unmonitored 0500-1300Z4:. No NOTAM MP Thu 0900-1500Z:t. 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: ILS Rwy 02 coupled/autoland ILS apch use caution, localizer signal not protected, 
possible interference. OM not installed, DME or RADAR rqr. Weather DSN 467-8484 

PENSACOLA 

COASTAL (83J) 10 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°31.91' W87°23.12' NEW ORLEANS 

110 TPA— 1010(900) NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWV 18-3B: 2526X230 (TURF) 

RWV 18: Thld dsplcd 500'. Fence. Rgt tfc. RWV 36: Thld dsplcd 360'. Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1500Z:t-SS. Extensive military helicopter opr at adjacent fid Va mile N-E. Glider activity 

on and invof arpt. Rwy 18-36 length and width and dsplcd thlds marked with pavers. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

FERGUSON (82J) 7 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°23.90' W87°20.93' NEW ORLEANS 

27 S4 FUEL 100LL TPA— 527(500) NOTAM FILE GNV L-21C, 22H 

RWV 18-3B: H3200X200 (ASPH-TURF) LIRL 
RWV 18: Tree. RWV 36: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1500-0100Z:t, Sun 2000-2200Z:t. After hrs call 850-455-4171. Fuel avbl 
only during attendance hrs. Frequent flight demonstrations and preactive airshows at Pensacola NAS. Arpt lies 
within 3 NM of Pensacola NAS (Forrest Sherman Fid) NPA. Apch and dep N of the arpt. Rwy 18-36 eastern 40' 
asph entire length and western 80' turf entire length. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 18-36 — CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW (H) VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' W86°40.75' 231°43.1 NM to fid. 

255/03E. HIWAS. 



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PENSACOLA RGNL (PNS) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N30°28.41' W87°11.20' 
121 B S4 FUEL 100, 100LL, JET A 0X1 TPA— 1121(1000) LRA 



NEW ORLEANS 
H-7E, 8G, L-21C, 22H 
IAP, AD 




Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE PNS 
RWY 17-35: H7004X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-S5, D-150, ST-175, 

DT-270 HIRL CL 0.3% up N 

RWY 17: MALSR. TDZL. P-line. 

RWY 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 
RWY 08-26: H7000X150 (ASPH) S-85, D-150, ST-175, DT-270 
HIRL 

RWY 08: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Pole. 

RWY 26: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Black hole illusion exist 

during Rwy 26 apch at night. Fixed wing VFR departures proceed 

to arpt boundary before turning unless otherwise directed by ATC. 

Rwy 08 is preferred dep rwy. Turbojet powered acft with a 

maximum certified tkf weight over 75,000 lbs should execute the 

standard noise abatement departure profile for all departures in 

accordance with FAA AC 91-53. Helicopter Idg etc 

850-438-6056. Helicopter parking is located SW of air carrier 

ramp on the asph ramp. Large numbers of birds on and invof arpt 

Rwy 08 has 5' radar reflector 1651' from thld. PPR 24 hrs for 

unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger seats o 

for unscheduled acft greater than 65,000 lbs gross weight call 850-436-5000. Run-up pad for piston acft 

located on twy D between twy Dl and twy C. Face nose of acft south. All other acft run-up info, etc ops at 

850-436-5000. Twy C south of Rwy 08-26, Twy CI, Twy C2, Twy D east of Rwy 17-35, Twy Dl, Twy D2, Twy 

D3, Twy D4 and Twy D5 are only 35' wide and are clsd to acft with a wingspan larger than 79'. Rwy 35 RVR 

touchdown. When twr clsd, ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 17-35 and HIRL Rwy 08-26, MALSR Rwy 17— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 

08, Rwy 26 and Rwy 35 on continuously. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (850) 436-4799. LAWRS. LLWAS. Unmonitored 0500-1130ZJ:. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.9 ATIS 121.25 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.6 122.2 (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 120.05 (160°-250°) 119.0 (340°-159°) 118.6 (251°-339°) 

TOWER 119.9 (1130-0500Z:t) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 123.725 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C 1130-0500Z:t, other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW (H) VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' W86°40.75' 228° 33.7 NM to fid. 255/03E 
HIWAS. 

SAUFLEY (L) VOR 108.8 NUN N30°28.33' W87°20.15' 088° 7.7 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE PNS. 

PICKENS NDD (MHW) 326 PKZ N30°26.22' W87°10.70' 348° 2.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE PNS. 

ILS/DME 111.1 l-PNS Chan 48 Rwy 17. Class IA. ILS unmonitored during hrs twr is clsd. 

ILS/DME 110.95 l-PHC Chan 46(Y) Rwy 26. 



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(NPA)(KNPA) N 6 SW 


UTC-6( 


-5DT) 


NEW ORLEANS 
H-7E, 8G, L-21C, 22H 


Not insp. 






DIAP, AD 


VC/W/T HIRL 









FLORIDA 121 

PENSACOLA NAS (forrest sherman fld) 

N30°21.20' W87°19.08' 

28 B NOTAM FILE PNS 

RWV 07L-25R: H8002X200 (ASPH) PCN 4! 
RWV 07L: ALSF1 OLS. RWY 25R: OLS. 

RWV 07R-25L: H8001X200 (ASPH) PCN 50 F/B/W/T HIRL 

RWY07R:OLS. RWy25L:OLS. 

RWV 01-19: H7137X200 (ASPH) PCN 44 F/B/W/T HIRL 

RWV 01: OLS. RWY 19: OLS. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWV 97L HOOK E28(B) (1200') HOOK E28(B) (1300') RWY 25R 

RWV 97R HOOK E28(B) (1300') HOOK E28(B) (1450') RWV 25L 

RWV 91 HOOK E28(B) (1544') HOOK E28(B) (1100') RWV 19 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Mobile OLS 3.25° avbl all rwy. A-GEAR Short fid arresting gear de-rigged, long fid rigged. 15 
min notice for short fid arrestment. Status broadcast on ATIS. JASU 5(NC-8) 6(GTC-85 Navy F4 emerg start 
only) 3(NCPP-105). FUEL J5, J8 J5 limited and requires prior arrangement. 
FLUID SP LHOX LOX OXRB Acft nitrogen and oxygen svc avbl 1400-2200Z:t weekends and holidays. 
OIL 0-128-148-156 TRAN ALERT Tran svc avbl Mon-Fri 1300-0500Z:t, Sat 1600-2330Z:t, Sun and holidays 
1900-0230Z:t; other times no tran acft authorized. Expect extensive servicing delays during tran alert hr. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1300-0500Z:t, Sat 1600-2330Z:t, Sun 1900-0230Z:t, holidays by NOTAM. See FLIP 
AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. RSTD PPR all acft except AIREVAC. Ctc Base OPS for PPR number DSN 
922-2431, C850-452-2431. CAUTION Expect simultaneous opr during duel rwy ops. Intense VFR training tfc 
vicinity Saufley Fid NOLF. Ponding occurs after moderate to heavy rain. TFC PAT Ldg/taxi light required all Idg 
when weather conditions permit. Wheels Watch not on station. Reduced rwy separation standard in effect Chief 
of Naval Air Training acft only. Multiple apch severely limited during single rwy opr. NS ABTMT Req all acft remain 
at or abv 500' and 0.5 NM off-shore from Navarre Beach to west of Johnson Beach due to nesting of protected 
species Apr-Oct. CSTMS/AG/IMG Customs, Agriculture, avbl if prior arrangements made with minimum 48 hr 
advance notice. 

COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 124.35 266.8 (Mon-Fri 1300-0500Z:t, Sat 1400-2200Z:t, Sun & holidays 
2000-0400Z:t) 
® APP CON 120.05 120.65 270.8 

SHERMAN TOWER 120.7 340.2 (Mon-Fri 1300-0500Zt-, Sat 1600-2330Zt-, Sun 1900-0230Zt-, holidays by 
NOTAM) SHERMAN GND CON 121.7 336.4 SHERMAN CLNC DEL 134.1 268.7 (Dep acft ctc CLNC DEL prior to 

taxi.) 
® DEP CON 120.65 270.8 

PMSV METRO 359.6 SHERMAN BASE OPS 312.1 

AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc Mon-Fri 1300-0500Z:t, Sat 1600-2200Z:t, Sun 2000-0400Z:t. and holidays, other times ctc 
APP CON othertimes CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE NPA. 
(L)TACAN Chan 119 NPA (117.2) N30°21.48' W87°18.99' at fid. 24/1E. Opr only during fid opr hr. 
TACAN unusable: 

030-050° bio 2500' 051°-230° byd 30 NM bio 1500' 

231°-029° byd 30 NM bio 2500' 
SAUFLEY (L)VOR 108.8 NUN N30°28.33' W87°20.15' 172° 7.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE PNS. 
ILS 109.3 l-NPA Rwy07L. 
ASR/PAR 

COMM/NAVMEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



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PERRY-FOLEY (40J) 3 S UTC-5(-4DT) N30 o 04.16' W83°34.S4 
44 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWY 18-36: H4986X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV IB: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°. Trees. 

RWY 3B: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°. Trees. 
RWY 12-30: H4754X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 12: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°. Trees. 

RWY 30: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°. Trees. 
RWY 06-24: H4378X150 (ASPH) S-30 

RWY 06: Tree. RWY 24: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel self svc with credit card. 

Centerline reflectors Rwy 18-36. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 12-30, Rwy 

18-36, and REIL Rwy 12— CTAF. PAPIs Rwy 12, Rwy 30, Rwy 18 

and Rwy 36 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOORCES: AWOS-l 118.375 (850) 838-3526. OTS indef 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.45 (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

GREENVILLE (L)VORTAC 109.0 GEF Chan 27 N30°33.08' 
W83°46.99' 159° 30.7 NM to fid. 220/01E. 

FOLEY NOB (MHW) 254 FPY N29°59.77' W83°35.18' 007° 
4.4 NM to fid. Unmonitored indef. SHUTDOWN. 



JACKSONVILLE 

L-21D, 22) 

IAP 




PETER KNIGHT (SeeTAMPA) 


PETER PRINCE FLD (see milton) 


PICKENS N30°26.22' W87°10.70' NOTAM FILE PNS. 
NDB (MHW) 326 PKZ 348° 2.2 NM to Pensacola Rgnl. 


NEW ORLEANS 
L-21C, 22H 


PICNY N27°51.68' W82°32.76' NOTAM FILE TPA. 
NDB (HW/LOM) 388 AM 008° 6.9 NM to Tampa Intl. 


MIAMI 
H-8H, L-210, 24F 



PIERSON MUNI (2J8) IN UTC-5(-4DT) N29°15.00' W81°27.55' 
63 NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWY 05-23: 2600X200 (TURF) 

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

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Center of rwy in fair condition, remainder in poor condition. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



JACKSONVILLE 



PILOT COUNTRY (see brooksville) 



PLANTATION N26°07.94' W80°13.13' NOTAM FILE FLL. 

NDB (MHW) 242 PJN 138° 5.1 NM to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Intl. 



MIAMI 
H-81, L-23C, A 



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123 



PLANT CITY (PCM) 2 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N28"00.01' W82'09.80' 
153 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A TPA— 953(800) NOTAM FILE PCM 
RWV 10-28: H3948X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL(NSTD) 0.3% up W 
RWV 10: REIL. PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 22'. Thld dsplcd 198'. 
Road. 

RWV 28: REIL. PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OOOOZ-t. Rwy 10-28 NSTD MIRL, 
first 200' of Rwy 10 to dsplcd thld unlighted. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
10-28, and PAPI Rwys 10 and 28 and REIL Rwys 10 and 
28— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 120.025 (813) 764-8259. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 120.65 119.9 

ECO 121.725 (Tampa clearance delivery, for PCM.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LAL. 

LAKELAND (H)VORTAC 116.0 LAL Chan 107 N27°59.17' 

W82°00.83' 275° 8 NM to fid. 135/01E. 
NDB (MHW) 346 PCM N28°00.15' W82°09.40' at fid. NOTAM 
FILE PIE. 




MIAMI 

L-23C, A 

IAP, AD 



POMPANO BEACH AIRPARK (pmpj i ne utc-5(-4dt) N26°i4.83' wso°o6.66' 

19 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE PMP 
RWV 15-33: H4418X150 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 15: ODALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.50° TCH 46'. Trees. 

RWV 33: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.50° TCH 48'. Trees. 
RWV 06-24: H4001X150 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWV 06: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.75° TCH 42'. Trees. 

RWV 24: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.50° TCH 49'. Trees. 
RWV 10-28: H3502X100 (ASPH) S-26 MIRL 

RWV 10: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.50° TCH 41'. Pole. 

RWV 28: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.50° TCH 45'. Trees. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVBL 

RWV 10 15-33 3000 

RWV 15 10-28 3800 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Z:t.. Numerous birds on and 

invof arpt. Acft with gross weight more than 30,000 pounds 

prohibited on Rwy 15-33. Rwy 06-24 and Rwy 10-28 limited to 

GWT 12500 lbs or less by arpt manager. TPA — for fixed wing acft 

798(779), TPA for helicopters 498(479). All rwys noise sensitive, 

etc arpt manager for helicopter and fixed wing operating 

procedures — 954-786-4135. When twr clsd MIRL Rwy 15-33 and 

rwy most aligned with wind preset med ints only. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (954) 783-3720. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 125.4 ATIS 120.55 UNICOM 122.95 
® MIAMI APP/DEP CON 119.7 (Usable 4000' and bio) 

TOWER 125.4 (1300-0100ZJ-) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1300-0100ZJ; other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLL. 

FT. LAUDERDALE (H) VORW/DME 114.4 FLL Chan 91 N26°04.49' W80°09.15' 012° 10.6 NM to fid. 10/OOE. 

ILS/DME 109.75 l-PMP Chan 34(Y) Rwy 15. LOC only. 

PORT ST JOE 

COSTIN (A51) 2S UTC-5(-4DT) N29°45.51' W85°17.35' NEW ORLEANS 

13 NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWV 18-36: 4230X65 (TURF) 

RWV 18: Thld dsplcd 660'. Tree. RWV 36: Thld dsplcd 1000'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Ldg fee. Rwy 18-36 south 1000' rough, soft and sandy. 550' radio twr located 1.5 

miles North of arpt. No touch and go Idgs. Rwy 18 dsplcd thld marked with 3 PVC pipes painted white placed 

perpendicular to centerline. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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PRAIZ N26°11.14' W80°17.91' NOTAM FILE FXE. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 221 FX 087° 6.9 NM to Ft Lauderdale Exec. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 



MIAMI 
L-23C, A 



PUNTA GORDA N26°55.01' W81°59.48' NOTAM FILE PIE. 

(T)VORW 110.2 PGD at Charlotte Co. VOR unusable 166°-183° byd 20 NM. 
RCO 122.025 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 



MIAMI 
L-21D, 23B 



H-8H, L 



PUNTA GORDA 

CHARLOTTE CO (PGD) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N26°55.17' W81°59.43' 
26 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, A+ 0X1,2 TPA— 1026 (1000) 

Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE PGD 
RWY 04-22: H7193X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-45, D-95, DT-150, 

DDT-420 HIRL 

RWY 04: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47'. Trees. 

RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 
RWY 15-33: H5688X150 (ASPH) S-45, D-80, DT-140 MIRL 

RWY 15: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 43'. Thld dsplcd 561'. 

Trees. 

RWY 33: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 
RWY 09-27: H5044X150 (ASPH) S-45, D-80, DT-140, DDT-420 

RWY 09: Trees. RWY 27: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. All fuel self serve, avbl 24hr 

with credit card. Rwy 09-27 length 2630X60' rstd to acft less 

than 6000 lbs, CLOSED to air carrier ops. Arriving jet acft and all 

acft over 12,500 lbs maintain 2000' AGL until established on 

final apch. HIRL Rwy 04-22 and MIRL Rwy 15-33 preset on low 

ints; to incr ints and ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 04, Rwy 22, Rwy 15 and 

Rwy 33 and REIL Rwy 04, Rwy 22, Rwy 15 and Rwy 33 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 135.675 (941) 639-0076. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.975 

PUNTA 60RDA RCO 122.025 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 
® FORT MYERS APP/DEP CON 126.8 (1100-0500Z:t) CLNC DEL 127.05 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.75 (0500-llOOZt) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RSW. 

LEE CO (L)VORTAC 111.8 RSW Chan 55 N26°31.79' W81°46.55' 336° 26 NM to fid. 25/02W. 

PUNTA GORDA (T)VORW 110.2 PGD N26°55.01' W81°59.48' at fid. NOTAM FILE PIE. VOR unusable 
166°-183° byd 20 NM. 



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SHELL CREEK AIRPARK (fisi te 

20 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWY 18-36: 2600X110 (TURF) 

RWY 18: Thld dsplcd 600'. Trees. RWY 36: Thld dsplcd 100'. Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2200Z:t. Parachute Jumping. Glider activity on and invof arpt. Rwy 18-36 

dsplcd thld marked with white square markers each side of rwy perpendicular to centerline. Rwy 36 fence 

marked with white tires. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

QEEZY N25°38.50' W80°30.29' NOTAM FILE TMB. MIAMI 

NDB (LOM) 266 TM 087° 3.9 NM to Kendall-Tamiami Executive. NDB unmonitored. 



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125 



QUINCY MUNI (2J9) 2 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N30°35.87' W84°33.45 
221 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWV 14-32: H2964X75 (ASPH) S-20 LIRL 0.7% up NW 

RWV 14: PAPI(P2R). Thld dsplcd 264'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 32: PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 324'. Trees. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 14: TORA-2964 TODA-2964 ASDA-2964 LDA-2700 

RWV 32: TORA-2964 TODA-2964 ASDA-2755 LDA-2431 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z:(:-dusk. Extensive Parachute 

Jumping ops on arpt. Glider ops bio 10,000' on and invof arpt. 

Unmarked turf Indg area adj Rwy 14-32 along NE side. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® TALLAHASSEE APP/DEP CON 128.7 (1100-0400Z1;) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.625 (0400-llOOZt-) 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TLH. 

SEMINOLE (H)VORTAC 117.5 SZW Chan 122 N30°33.37' 
W84°22.44' 283° 9.8 NM to fid. 180/02E. HIWAS. 




RINGY N27°19.69' W82°28.70' NOTAM FILE SRQ. 

NDB (LOM) 245 SR 317° 5.7 NM to Sarasota/Bradenton Intl. 



RIVER RANCH RESORT (2RR) NW UTC-5(-4DT) N27°46.76' W81°12.24' MIAMI 

55 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE PIE L-21D, 24F 

RWV 16-34: H4950X75 (ASPH) 

RWV 16: Thld dsplcd 200'. Brush. RWV 34: Thld dsplcd 1000'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Airport CLOSED night ops indef. 30' brush and trees 125' from centerline 

both sides of rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE VRB. 

VERO 6EACH (H)VORTAC 117.3 VRB Chan 120 N27°40.71' W80°29.38' 283° 38.5 NM to fid. 20/04W. 
HIWAS. 



RUBIN N26°41.27' W80°12.61' NOTAM FILE PBI. 

NDB (HW/LOM) 356 PB 096° 6.2 NM to Palm Beach Intl. SHUTDOWN. 



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126 



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4 N UTC-5(-4DT) 
100LL, JET A 0X3,4 



N29°57.56' W81°20.38' 
TPA — See Remarks Class I 



ARFF Index A 



WATERWAY 17-35: 
WATERWAY 1 8-36: 
WATERWAY 1 2-30: 



ST AUGUSTINE ( sgj) 

10 B S4 FUEL 

NOTAM FILE SGJ 
RWY 13-31: H7996X150 (ASPH) S-60, D-120, ST-152, DT-160 HIRL 

RWY 13: VASI (V4L) -GA3.0" TCH 44'. Thld dsplcd 1058'. Trees. 

RWY 31: PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. Thld dsplcd 800'. 
RWY 06-24: H2701X60 (ASPH) S-90 MIRL 

RWY 06: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWY 02-20: H2610X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 02: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0500Z:t. Jet single point refueling 

avbl. For fuel call 904-824-1995 1100-0500Z:t. Self serve fuel 

avbl 24 hrs with credit card. Aerobatic activity along E side of Rwy 

13-31 — etc twr for tfc and Gainesville Radio for specific times. 

ARFF avbl weekdays 1200-2100Z}.; req sve on CTAF. Rwy 06-24 

CLOSED to air carrier ops. Rwy 02-20 CLOSED to air carrier ops. 

Rwy 13-31 CLOSED to air carrier ops with more than 30 

passenger seats except PPR call arpt manager 904-825-6860. 

Rwy 31 hold short at Dl twy. TPA — 1010(1000) conventional, 

1510(1500) jet, 510(500) helicopter. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 13-31 

and MIRL Rwy 06-24 and Rwy 02-20— CTAF. User fee. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 (904) 824-7084. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 127.625 ATIS 119.625 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.3 (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 120.75 

TOWER 127.625 (1200-0200ZT.) GND CON 121.175 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1200-0200ZT- other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SGJ. 

(T)V0RW/DME 109.4 SGJ Chan 31 N29°57.40' W81°19.81' at fid. 6/06W. 

ILS/DME l-GUH Chan 48 Rwy 31. GS unusable byd 5° either side of LOC centerline 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Acft for delivery or pickup crews etc Grumman Flight Ops for briefing and UH 

assignment 904-825-3314. Grumman Advisory Twr, crash crew and arresting gear opr on call only 

are 1200-2030ZJ; Mon-Fri. 



JACKSONVILLE 

-8H, L-21D, 246 

IAP, AD 



12000X 1000 

2000 X 500 

5000X1000 




F frequency 
Normal hrs 



00 

WATERWAY 17-35: 12000X1000 (WATER) 

WATERWAY 18-36: 12000X500 (WATER) 

WATERWAY 12-30: 5000X1000 (WATER) 

SEAPLANE REMARKS: Waterway 12-30, 17-35, 18-36 CLOSED to air carrier ops. 



ST GEORGE ISLAND (see apalachicola) 



ST LUCIE CO INTL (see fort pierce) 



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127 



ST PETERSBURG 

ALBERT WHITTED (SPG) OE UTC-5(-4DT) N27°45.91' W82°37.62' 
7 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, Al TPA-807(800) NOTAM FILE SPG 
RWV 07-25: H3677X75 (ASPH) S-60, D-105, ST-133, DT-190 MIRL 

RWV 07: PAPI (P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 51'. Thld dsplcd 558'. Building. 

Rgttfc. 

RWV 25: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°. Thld dsplcd 263'. 
RWV 18-36: H2864X150 (ASPH) S-60, D-105, ST-133, DT-190 
MIRL 

RWV 18: REIL. PAPI (P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 44'. 

RWV 36: REIL. PAPI (P2R)— GA 4.0° TCH 40'. Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 07: TORA-3647 TODA-3647 ASDA-3447 LDA-2919 

RWV 25: TORA-3677 TODA-3677 ASDA-3437 LDA-3174 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200Z:L-. Lgtd thld Rwy 18 relocated 

40' for ngt ops. 2825 ft of Rwy 18-36 usable at ngt. Numerous 

birds on and invof rwy. Gull concentration on rwy during inclement 

weather. Be alert-heavy jet operating invof SPG at and above 

1600'. Banner towing east of Rwy 18-36. Ship channel in apch to 

Rwy 36. Ocean going vessels in ship channel south. Unit/lit 50' to 

occasionally 100' boat masts in approach area of Rwy 18, Rwy 25 

and Rwy 36. When twr clsd ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 07-25, PAPI Rwy 

07, Rwy 25, and REIL Rwy 25— CTAF. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36, 

REIL Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 and PAPI Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.875 (727)821-4334. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 127.4 UNICOM 122.95 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 125.3 (West) 119.65 (East) 

TOWER 127.4 (1200-0200Zt) 6ND CON 121.8 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0200Z:t. other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PIE. 

ST PETERSBURG (H)VORTAC 116.4 PIE Chan 111 N27°54.47' W82°41.06' 
HIWAS. HIWAS unusable 330°-151° byd 25 NM bio 5000'. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Freq. 121.5 not monitored. PIE AFSS monitors frequency 121.8 wh 

control for the Albert Whitted CLASS D airspace provided by TAMPA APP CON. 




159° 9.1 NM to fid. 9/01E. 

en twr clsd. Approach 



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128 



FLORIDA 



ST PETERSBURG-CLEARWATER INTL ( pie> sn utc-5(-4dt) 

11 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A, A1+ 0X1,2 TPA— 811(800) 

Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWY 17L-35R: H9730X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-195, ST-175, 
DT-320, DDT-700 HIRL CL 
RWY 17L: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 68'. 
RWY 35R: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 76'. Thld dsplcd 930'. 
RWY 04-22: H5903X150 (ASPH) S-80, D-130, ST-165, DT-235 
MIRL 
RWY 04: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. 
RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Road. 
RWY 09-27: H5165X150 (ASPH) S-60, D-115, ST-146, DT-200 
MIRL 

RWY 09: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 59'. Pole. 
RWY 27: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 
RWY 17R-35L: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-75, D-150, ST-175, DT-220, 
DDT-500 

RWY 35L: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 558'. Acrt. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVDL 

RWY 04 09-27 4286 

RWY 00 04-22 4733 

RWY 17L 04-22 7557 

RWY 22 17L-35R 4514 

RWY35R 09-27 3405 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 17L: T0RA-9730 T0DA-9730 

RWY35R: T0RA-9730 TODA-9730 



N27°54.60' W82°41.25' 

LRA 



MIAMI 

H-8H, L-210, 24F 

IAP, AD 




ASDA-9180 
ASDA-9650 



LDA-9180 
LDA-8720 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Birds on and invof arpt. Rwy 17L touchdown, midfield and rollout runway 
visual range avbl. Rwy 17R-35L dalgt VFR use only, used as Igtd Twy A at ngt. In minimum visibility conditions 
bright Igts on highway N of arpt may be mistaken for rwy Igts. Noise sensitive area 5 miles north extending 1 
mile east and west of localizer southbound to shoreline. Turbojets landing Rwy 17L and departing Rwy 35R are 
to use published noise abatement procedures. Banner towing prohibited on arpt. Twy T west of Twy C is 
restricted to acft with wingspans of less than 49 ft. PPR for use of compass rose, etc 727-539-0071. When twr 
clsd, ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 04-22 and Rwy 09-27, HIRL Rwy 17L-35R and twy Igts— CTAF. Flight Notification 
Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (727) 531-3456. HIWAS 116.4 PIE. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.3 ATIS 134.5 UNICOM 122.95 
ST PETERSBURG FSS (PIE) on arpt. 

ST PETERSBURG RCO 123.6 122.45 122.2 122. 1R 116. 4T (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 125.3 

TOWER 118.3 128.4 (1100-0400Z:t) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 120.6 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1100-0400Zt- other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PIE. 

(H)VORTAC 116.4 PIE Chan 111 N27°54.47' W82°41.06' atfld. 9/01E. HIWAS. 
VORTAC unusable 076°-079° byd 30 NM bio 3000', VOR portion unusable 031°-054° byd 21 NM bio 5000', 
156°-169° byd 32 NM bio 3000', 241°-247° byd 30 NM bio 3000', 276°-289° byd 30 NM bio 3000'. 
CAPOK NDB (LOM) 360 PI N27°59.71' W82°42.23' 172° 5.2 NM to fid. 
ILS 109.1 I— PIE Rwy 17L. Class IID. LOM CAPOK NDB. LOC BC Rwy 35R unusable byd 26° left of 

course and 23° rgt of course. LOM unmonitored. 
ILS 108.7 l-CWT Rwy 35R. Class IT. LOC unusable byd 27° right of course. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Emerg freq 121.5 not avbl at twr. HIWAS unusable 330°-151° byd 25 NM bio 5000'. Ctc 
St Petersburg Radio for airport advisory service on 118.3 when twr is clsd. 



SANFORD N28°47.10' W81°14.60' NOTAM FILE SFB. 

NDB(MHW)408 SFB at Orlando Sanford. (NDB unmonitored when twr clsd.) 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-210, 24F 



SANTA ROSA N30°36.91' W86°56.24' NOTAM FILE GNV. 

(L)TACAN Chan 63 NGS (133.6) 323° 6.4 NM to Whiting Fid NAS South. 147/2W. 



L-21C, 22H 



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129 



3 UTC-5(-4DT) 
OX 1, 2, 3, 4 TPA- 



SARASOTA/BRADENTON INTL ( srq) 

30 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

NOTAM FILE SRQ 
RWV 14-32: H9500X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-110, D-150, ST-175, DT-270 

RWV 14: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Thld dsplcd 1350'. 

RWV 32: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Thld dsplcd 1150'. 
RWV 04-22: H5009X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-62, D-110, ST-140, DT-190 

RWV 04: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 37'. Trees 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT 

RWV 14 04-22 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



N27°23.73' W82°33.26' 
1030(1000) Class I, ARFF Index C 



MIAMI 

H-8H, L-21D, 23B 

IAP, AD 



HIRL 
RWV 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 37'. Road. 



DISTAVBL 

3800 



RWV 04: T0RA-5009 T0DA-5009 ASDA-5009 LDA-5009 
RWV 14: TORA-8350 TODA-9503 ASDA-8890 LDA-7540 
RWV 22: T0RA-5009 TODA-5009 ASDA-5009 LDA-5009 
RWV 32: TORA-8150 TODA-9500 ASDA-8660 LDA-7510 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For fuel svc call 941-355-2902, 941-355-8100 or 941-358-9600. Birds 
on and invof arpt. Twy F limited to 70,000 lbs gross weight. Terminal ramp is uncontrolled. Do not call for 
push/power back. Advise Gnd Con when ready to taxi. Arpt has noise abatement procedures etc Environmental 
Affairs Office at 941-359-5200, ext 4206. When twr clsd all acft are required to hold at the ILS Hold Position 
signs abeam the thlds of Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 during all wx conditions. The apchs to Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 are 
considered clear when acft are beyond Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 thlds base upon landing direction. When twr clsd 
ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 14-32, Rwy 04-22; PAPI Rwy 14, Rwy 32, Rwy 04 and Rwy 22, REIL Rwy 22; MALSR Rwy 
14-32 and all Twy Igts — CTAF. US Customs user fee arpt. PPR US Customs svc Mon-Fri; 1300-2200Zt- call 
941-359-5040; after hrs fee charged. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 124.375 (941) 359-0117. LAWRS. LLWAS. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.1 ATIS 134.15 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122. 1R 115. 2T (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 119.65 124.95 (4000' and bio) 

TOWER 120.1 (1100-0500Z:t) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 118.25 

AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc Per twr NOTAM 1100-0500Zt- etc TAMPA APP CON other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SRQ. 

(H)VORTAC 117.0 SRQ Chan 117 N27°24.42' W82°33.82' at fid. 20/02W. 
RINGV NDB (LOM) 245 SR N27°19.69' W82°28.71' 317° 5.7 NM to fid. 
ILS 109.7 l-SRQ Rwy 32. LOM RINGY NDB. (ILS unmonitored when twr clsd). 
ILS 111.3 l-FFV Rwy 14. Class ID. ILS unusable byd 25° right of course. 



SATELLITE N28°05.97' W80°42.06' NOTAM FILE MLB. 
NDB (HW) 257 SQT 089° 3.0 NM to Melbourne Intl. 



JACKSONVILLE 
H-81, L-24F 



SAUFLEY N30-28.33' W87-20.15' NOTAM FILE PNS. 
(L)VOR 108.8 NUN at NOLF Saufley. 
RCO 122. 1R 108. 8T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 



NEW ORLEANS 
L-21C, 22H 



UTC-5(-4DT) N27°48.79' W80°29.74' 
NOTAM FILE PIE 
S-22 LIRL 
RWV 22: PAPI(P2L). Trees. Rgt tfc. 



SEBASTIAN MUNI <X26) iw 

21 B S4 FUEL 100LL 

RWV 04-22: H4024X150 (ASPH) 
RWV 04: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

RWV 08-2B: H3200X75 (ASPH) 

RWV 08: Road. RWY 2B: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Zt-. Self serve 100LL 
fuel avbl continuously. Parachute Jumping. Extensive parachute 
ops. Avoid overflying arpt during parachute ops. Trees and brush 
in all transition surfaces Rwy 22 and Rwy 26. Noise abatement 
procedures in effect, etc arpt manager 772-633-0151. 
Identification required for arpt access. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 123.05 (617) 262-3825. OTS indef. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/AUNICOM 123.05 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE VRB. 
VERO BEACH (H)VORTAC 117.3 VRB Chan 120 N27°40.71' 
W80°29.38' 002° 8.1 NM to fid. 20/04W. HIWAS. 



MIAMI 
L-24F 




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130 



FLORIDA 



SEBRING RGNL (SEF) 6 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N27°27.38' W81°20.54' MIAMI 

62 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE PIE H-8H, L-21D, 23B 

RWY 18-36: H5234X150 (ASPH) S-26, D-50, DT-85 MIRL IAP 

RWV 18: REIL. PAPI (P4L). Trees. RWY 36: REIL. PAPI (P4L). Tree. 

RWY 14-32: H4990X100 (ASPH) S-26, D-50, DT-85 

RWY 14: Thld dsplcd 290'. Railroad. RWY 32: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1230-2300ZT-, Sat-Sun 1200-2200Z4:. For fuel after hrs call 863-655-6455. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.475 (863) 655-6424. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

SEBRIN6 RCO 122.25 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVI6ATI0N: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

LA BELLE (L)VORTAC 110.4 LBV Chan 41 N26°49.69' W81°23.49' 003° 37.7 NM to fid. 30/01E. 



SEMINOLE N30°33.37' W84°22.44' NOTAM FILE TLH. 

(H)VORTAC 117.5 SZW Chan 122 at Tallahassee Commercial. 180/02E. HIWAS 

VOR unusable 308°-001° bio 9500' 
RCO 122. 1R 117. 5T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
RCO 122.2 122.4 (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 



JACKSONVILLE 
H-8H, L-21D, 221 



SHELL CREEK AIRPARK (See punta gorda) 



SOUTH LAKELAND (see lakeland) 



SOUTHWEST FLORIDA INTL (see ft myers) 



SOYYA N30-52.30' W85°13.50' NOTAM FILE GNV. 

NDB (MHW) 329 SMY 134° 3.0 NM to Marianna Muni. NDB unmonitored 0300-1100Z+. 



NEW ORLEANS 
L-21C, 221 



SPACE COAST RGNL (see titusville) 



STUART 



MIRL 



Rwy7-25: 4652X100 
Rwy 1 6-34: 5000 X 1 00 



WITHAM FLO (SUA) 1 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N27°10.90' W80°13.28' 
16 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MIA 
RWY 12-30: H5826X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-65, D-105, DT-190 

RWY 12: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33°. Thld dsplcd 648'. 

Tree. 

RWY 38: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. Thld dsplcd 460'. 

Tree. 
RWY 16-34: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-55, D-90, DT-160 

RWY 16: Thld dsplcd 336'. Tree. RWY 34: Thld dsplcd 880'. 

Tree. 
RWY 07-25: H4652X100 (ASPH) S-58, D-95, DT-170 MIRL 

RWY 07: PAPI(P2L). Tree. RWY 25: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OlOOZt. Birds on and invof arpt. 

Acft with wingspan exceeding 79 ft are prohibited from operating 

on Twy A between Twy C and the apch end Rwy 12 when acft with 

wingspan exceeding 79 ft is on apch to Idg or tkf Rwy 12-30. PPR 

for acft exceeding rwy weight capacity. Touch and Go ops 

permitted Mon-Sat (except New Years, Christmas and 

Thanksgiving) 1400ZT- until 2 hrs past SS and are limited to 3 ops 

per pilot per day. Stop and Go ops and intersection tkfs strongly 

discouraged at all times. Stage 1 and 2 jet ops strongly 

discouraged 0300-1200Z:t. Noise sensitive areas all quadrants. 

For noise abatement procedures call arpt management, phone number 772-221-2374. MIRL Rwy 12-30 and 

Rwy 07-25 preset med ints dusk-0400ZJ;. ACTIVATE REIL Rwys 12 and 30 and after 0400ZJ;, ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 12-30 and Rwy 07-25 — CTAF. PAPI Rwys 12, 30, 07, and 25 operate continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 (772) 692-7399. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.6 ATIS 134.475 
® PALM BEACH APP/DEP CON 132.8 (STEWART) 

STUART TOWER 126.6 (1200-0100Z:t) 6ND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-OlOOZt other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE VRB. 

VERO BEACH (H)VORTAC 117.3 VRB Chan 120 N27°40.71' W80°29.38' 158° 33 NM to fid. 20/04W. 
HIWAS. 




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131 



SUWANNEE CO (see live oak) 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-8H, L-21D, 221 

IAP, AD 



TALLAHASSEE RGNL (tlh) 4 sw utc-5{-4dt) N3o°23.79' W84°2i.02' 

81 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,3 Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE TLH 
RWV 09-27: H8000X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-115, D-170, ST-175, DT-330 HIRL CL 

RWV 09: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GS 3.0° TCH 57'. 

RWV 27: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 0.3% up. 
RWV 18-36: H6076X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-115, D-170, ST-175, 

DT-330 HIRL 0.4% up N 

RWV 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 46'. Tree. 

RWV 36: MALSR. PAPI(P4L). 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Birds on and invof arpt. 

Profile of Rwy 09-27 restricts visibility from thld of 09 to thld of 

27. Movement area of Twy Z begins at the intersection of Twy J 

and proceeds east to the intersection of Twy K; this twy is not 

used by air carrier ops. Asph between Twys J and M is for 

helicopter ops, Twy Z from Twy M to the ramp is open to acft with 

wingspan of 50' or less. When twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 

09-27, Rwy 18-36, PAPI Rwy 09, Rwy 27, Rwy 18, Rwy 36, 

MALSR Rwy 36 and REIL Rwy 09 and 18— CTAF. ALSF 2 Rwy 27 

preset on medium ints. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (850) 576-3665. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.7 ATIS 119.45 UNICOM 122.95 

SEMINOLE RCO 122. 1R 117. 5T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 

SEMINOLE RCO 122.4 122.2 (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 128.7 (181°-360°) 135.8 (001°-180°) 133.85 (1100-0400Z1;) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.625 (0400-llOOZt-) 

TOWER 118.7 (1100-0400Z1;) GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 126.65 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc 1100-0400Z:t etc APP CON other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TLH. 

SEMINOLE (H)VORTAC 117.5 SZW Chan 122 N30°33.37' W84°22.44' 171° 9.6 NM to fid. 180/02E. 
HIWAS. 

WAKUL NDB (HW/LONI) 379 TL N30°19.57' W84°21.50' 007° 4.2 NM to fid. 

ILS 110.3 l-TLH Rwy 36. Class IB. LOM WAKUL NDB. 

ILS 111.9 l-PLQ Rwy 27. Class HE. (ILS unmonitored when twr clsd). 

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TALLAHASSEE COMMERCIAL (68j) 

155 B NOTAM FILE GNV 

RWV 16-34: H3249X62 (ASPH-TURF) 

RWV 16: Thld dsplcd 253'. P-Line. 

RWV 34: Dsplcd thld 1189'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED indef. CLOSED due to 

pending arpt construction. Rwy 16 first 250' CLOSED indef. Rwy 

16-34 surface cracking. Rwy 16-34 has a 50' asphalt center with 

a 6' turf edge on each side. Rwy Igts 10 watt at 200' intervals. 

Non-FAA approved low intensity Igts. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: HIWAS 117.5 SZW. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAFAINICOM 122.8 

SEMINOLE RCO 122. 1R 117. 5T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 
® TALLAHASSEE APP/DEP CON 128.7 (1100-0400Z1;) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.625 (0400-llOOZt-) 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TLH. 

SEMINOLE (H)VORTAC 117.5 SZW Chan 122 N30°33.37' 
W84°22.44' at fid. 180/02E. HIWAS. 



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L-21D, 221 

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TAMPA 



N27°54.93' W82°26.96' 
TPA— 908(900) NOTAMFILETPF 



PETER KNIGHT (tpf> 3 s utc-5(-4dt) 

8 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,4 
RWY 03-21: H3405X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY03: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Road. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 21: REIL. Tank. 
RWY 17-35: H2688X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 200'. Fence. 

RWY 35: Thld dsplcd 200'. PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. Road. Rgt 

tfc. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



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-3405 


LDA- 


-3230 


RWY 17 


TORA- 


-2487 


TODA- 


-2487 


ASDA- 


-2487 


LDA- 


-2487 


RWY 21 


TORA- 


-3405 


TODA- 


-3405 


ASDA- 


-3405 


LDA- 


-3405 


RWY 35 


TORA- 


-2487 


TODA- 


-2487 


ASDA 


-2600 


LDA- 


-2400 




AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0000ZJ:. CAUTION— Gulls on and 

invof arpt. Be alert: MacDill AFB located 4 miles SW. Ship channel 

in apch to Rwy 17 and 21. Ocean going vessels in ship channel E. 

200' unlgtd, unmarked crane 0.5 NM N of AER 17. Twy E clsd to 

acft with wing spans in excess of 40 ft. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

03-21 and 17-35; VASI Rwy 03; REIL Rwy 21; and PAPI Rwy 

35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.925 (813) 251-6824. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 119.9 CLNC DEL 119.8(IFR) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PIE. 

ST. PETERSBURG (H) VORTAC 116.4 PIE Chan 111 N27°54.47' W82°41.06' 
HIWAS. 

KNIGHT NDB (MHW) 270 TPF N27°54.50' W82°27.26' at fid. NDB unusable byd 20 NM . 

PICNY NDB (HW/LOM) 388 AM N27°51.68' W82°32.76' 060° 6.1 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE TPA. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: HIWAS unusable 330°-151° byd 25 NM bio 5000'. 



087° 12.5 NM to fid. 9/01E. 



TAMPA EXECUTIVE (VDF) 6E UTC-5(-4DT) N28°00.84' W82°20.72 
22 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE VDF 
RWY 05-23: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 23: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.10° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 800'. 

Road. 
RWY 18-36: H3259X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 4.0° TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 40'. Trees. 

RWY 38: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.40° TCH 43'. Pole. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-8H, L-210, 24F 

IAP, AD 



RWY 05: 


TORA- 


-5000 


TODA- 


-5000 


ASDA 


-4600 


LDA 


-4600 


RWY 18: 


TORA- 


-3259 


TODA- 


-3259 


ASDA- 


-3259 


LDA 


-3219 


RWY 23: 


TORA- 


-5000 


TODA- 


-5000 


ASDA- 


-5000 


LDA 


-4200 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0000ZJ:. After hrs fuel and svcs 
avbl. Jet single point refueling and lavatory svcs avbl. Ctc FBO 
on-call attendant at 813-255-0291. PPR fortran acft 38,000 lbs 
or over. Ctc general aviation department at 813-870-8770. Noise 
abatement procedures in effect for Rwy 18. No turns until over 
interstate. No turns bio 400' AGL. When departing Rwy 05 be alert 
for MALSR Igt fixture located 55 ft beyond rwy end and 9 ft above 
rwy end elevation. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23 and Rwy 18-36, 
REIL Rwy 05, Rwy 18 and Rwy 36, PAPI Rwy 05, Rwy 23 and Rwy 
36, MALSR Rwy 23— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 121.125 (813) 630-0924. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 119.9 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LAL. 

LAKELAND (H) VORTAC 116.0 LAL Chan 107 N27°59.17' W82°00.83 
ILS/DME 111.35 l-VDF Chan 050(Y) Rwy 23. 




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TAMPA INTL (TPA) 6W UTC-5(-4DT) N27 58.53' W82°32.00' 

26 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 AOE Class I, ARFF Index E NOTAM FILE TPA 
RWV 1SR-36L: H11002X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-60, D-210, ST-175, DT-35S, DDT-850 HIRL 

RWV 18R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. 

RWV 36L: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L) TCH 71' 
RWV 18L-36R: H8300X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-60, D-210, 

ST-175, DT-358, DDT-850 HIRL CL 

RWV 18L: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. 

RWV 36R: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. TCH 71'. 
RWV 09-27: H6999X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-200, 

ST-175, DT-280, DDT-380 HIRL 

RWV 09: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. TCH 50'. Trees. 

RWV 27: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. TCH 53'. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DISTAVBL 

RWV18L 09-27 5650 

RWV 27 18L-36R 4350 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 09: TORA-6999 T0DA-6999 

RWV 18L: TORA-8300 

RWV 18R: T0RA-11002 

RWV 27: TORA-6999 

RWV 36L: TORA-11002 

RWV 36R: TORA-8300 



MIAMI 

H-8H, L-21D, 24F 

CL IAP, AD 



TODA-8300 

TODA-11002 

T0DA-6999 

TODA-11002 

TODA-8300 



ASDA-6999 

ASDA-8300 

ASDA-11002 

ASDA-6500 

ASDA-10800 

ASDA-8300 




LDA-6999 
LDA-8300 
LDA-11002 
LDA-6500 
LDA-10800 
LDA-8300 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Bird activity on and invof arpt. Rwy 09-27 not normally available to ops 
over 75,000 pounds gross weight. Only acft with prior permission may use terminal apron; all others use 
General Aviation apron. Rwy 18L is noise sensitive to turbojet departures. Rwy 36R is noise sensitive to turbojet 
arrivals. Published noise abatement procedures in effect. Twy restrictions: Airplane design Group V or larger-Twy 
N west of Twy L unavailable. North 1500' Twy E also unavailable for wingspan greater than 171' unless PPR 
from arpt ops. Twy restrictions: Group IV acft with wingspan greater than 117'-twy lane E south of Twy S, and 
Twy R east of Twy D are non-movement areas and unavailable without PPR from arpt ops. Flight Notification 
Service (ADCUS) avbl. NOTE: See Special Notices — Continuous Power Facilities and U.S. Special Customs 
Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (813) 873-7228. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS ARR 126.45 D-ATIS DEP 128.475 UNICOM 122.95 
® APP/DEP CON 118.15 (001°-150°) 119.65 (151°-219°) 118.8 (220°-360°) 
TOWER 119.5 119.05 GND CON 121.7 121.35 CLNC DEL 133.6 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 119.9 (001°-150°) 119.65 (151°-219°) 125.3 (220°-360°) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PIE. 

ST PETERSBURG (H)VORTAC 116.4 PIE Chan 111 N27°54.47' W82°41.06' 062° 9 NM to fid. 9/01E. 

HIWAS. HIWAS unusable 330°-151° byd 25 NM bio 5000'. 
PICNV NDB (HW/LOM) 388 AM N27°51.68' W82°32.76' 008° 6.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE TPA. 
COSME NDB (LOM) 368 TP N28°05.12' W82°31.52' 186° 6.6 NM to fid. 
ILS 108.9 l-AMP Rwy 36L. Class IIIE. LOM PICNY NDB. 
ILS 110.3 l-TPA Rwy 18L. Class ME. LOM COSME NDB. 
ILS/DME 108.5 l-JRT Chan 22 Rwy 18R. Class IA. 
ILS/DME 111.95 l-TWJ Chan 56(Y) Rwy 36 R. LOC only. 



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TAMPA NORTH AERO PARK (X39) 17 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N28°13.28' W82°22.47' JACKSONVILLE 

68 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE PIE L-21D, 24F 

RWY 14-32: H3541X50 (ASPH) HIRL 

RWY 14: Thld dsplcd 133'. Road. Rgt tfc. RWY 32: Thld dsplcd 108'. Poles. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dusk-0800Z:t. Acft, trees and building in transitional surface, both sides of Rwy 14-32. 

Acft parked in primary surface Rwy 14-32. HIRL Rwy 14-32 preset low ints dusk-0300Z:L"; to increase ints or 

ACTIVATE after 0300Z:t— CTAF. After 0300Zt.. ACTIVATE rotating ben— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LAL. 

LAKELAND (H)VORTAC 116.0 LAL Chan 107 N27°59.17' W82°00.83' 305° 23.8 NM to fid. 135/01E. 



TAYLOR N30°30.28' W82°33.18' NOTAM FILE GNV. 

(H)VORTAC 112.9 TAY Chan 76 187° 19.4 NM to Lake City Muni. 140/03W. 

VOR portion unusable 174°-224° bio 8000'. 
RCO 122. 1R 112. 9T (GAINESVILLE RADIO) 

THE FLORIDA KEYS MARATHON (see marathon) 

TITUSVILLE N28°30.78' W80°47.99' 

RCO 123.6 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) at Space Coast Rgnl. 



JACKSONVILLE 
H-8H, L-21D, 24G 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-24F 



TITUSVILLE 



ARTHUR DUNN AIR PARK (X2i) 2 nw utc-5(-4dt) N28°37.35' wso°5o.i2 

30 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA-See Remarks NOTAM FILE PIE 

RWY 15-33: H2961X70 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 
RWY 15: PAPI (P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 53'. Tree. 
RWY 33: PAPI (P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 53'. Thld dsplcd 429'. Fence. 

RWY 04U-22U: 1805X100 (TURF) 
RWY 04U: Thld dsplcd 100'. Trees. 
RWY 22U: Thld dsplcd 297'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Z:t. Parachute Jumping. Rwy 
04U-22U restricted to ultralight and STOL acft only. Extensive 
ultralight activity invof arpt. For information on rwy use call arpt 
authority 321-267-8780. Several radio twrs 1.5 NM S of fid; the 
tallest twr is 399 ft AGL. TPA— 830 (800); Ultralight acft 530 
(500). Rwy 04U-22U marked with PVC pipe with reflective tape. 
Arpt rotating ben OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 15-33— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.725 (321) 385-0383. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® ORLANDO APP/DEP CON 134.95 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORL. 

ORLANDO (H)VORTAC 112.2 ORL Chan 59 N28°32.56' 
W81°20.10' 080° 26.8 NM tofld. 102/00E. HIWAS. 



JACKSONVILLE 

L-24F 

IAP 




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SPACE COAST RGNL (TIX) 5S UTC-5(-4DT) N28 o 30.S9' W80°47.95' 
34 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class VI, ARFF Index A. NOTAM FILE TIX 
RWV 18-36: H7319X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-80, D-110, ST-140, DT-190 HIRL 

RWV 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Thld dsplcd 319'. 

Trees. 

RWV 36: REIL. MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. Trees. 
RWV 68-27: H 5000X100 (ASPH) S-50, D-80, ST-102 MIRL 

RWV 68: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Thld dsplcd 190'. 

Trees. 

RWV 27: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. Trees 
LAN6 AN6 HOLD SHORT 0PERATI6NS 

LANDIN6 HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AV8L 

RWV 08 18-36 4035 

RWV 36 09-27 3750 

AIRP6RT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200Zt-. For fuel after hrs call 

321-427-7727 or 321-960-1220. CLOSED to air carrier opr with 

more than 30 passenger seats except PPR call arpt manager 

321-267-8780. In minimum visibility conditions bright Igts in 

parking lot 14 mile E of Rwy 18 may be mistaken for rwy Igts. Twr 

unable air traffic svcs on these areas of non-visibility — southwest 

portions of Twys D and E. Rwy 18-36 HIRL PCLstep 5 OTS indef. 

When twr clsd ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27, HIRL Rwy 18-36, REIL 

Rwys 09, 18, 27 and 36, PAPI Rwys 09, 27, 18 and 36, and MALSR Rwy 36— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.9 ATIS 120.625 UNICOM 122.95 

TITUSVILLE RCO 123.6 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 
® ORLANDO APP/DEP CON 134.95 

SPACE COAST TOWER 118.9 (1200-0200Z:t) 6ND CON 121.85 
AIRSPACE: CLASS 6 svc 1200-0200Z:t, other times CLASS G. 
RADI6 AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORL. 

ORLANDO (H)VORTAC 112.2 ORL Chan 59 N28°32.56' W81°20.10' 093° 28.4 NM to fid. 102/00E. 
HIWAS. 

ILS 108.7 I— TIX Rwy 36. Class IA. Unmonitored when twr clsd 




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136 FLORIDA 

TOMOK N29°08.66' W81°08.87' NOTAM FILE DAB. JACKSONVILLE 

NDB (LOM) 263 DA 071° 5.2 NM to Daytona Beach Intl. 

TRI-CO (See BONIFAY) 

TYNDALLAFB (PAM)(KPAM) AF 6 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 04.20' W85°34.59' NEW ORLEANS 

17 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE PAM Not insp. H-8G, L-21C, 221 

RWY 13L-31R: H10004X200 (CONC-GRVD) PCN 31 R/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWY 13L: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). RWY 31R: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). 

RWY 13R-31L: H9135X150 (ASPH-CONC) PCN 35 R/B/W/T HIRL 

RWY 13R: PAPI(P4L). RWY 31 L: PAPI(P4L). 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY13L: TORA-10004 TODA-10004 
RWY31R: TORA-10004 TODA-10004 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 13L <- MA-IA(MOD) CHAG (100' OVRN) HOOK BAK-12B(B) (2300'} 

HOOK BAK-12B(B) (2308') MA-IA(MOD) CHAG (59' OVRN) -> RWY 31R 
RWY 13R *- MA-IA(MOD) CHAG (25' OVRN) HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1440'} 

HOOK BAK-12B(B) (2500') MA-IA(MOD) E5 (38') -» RWY 31L 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT All rwy thld Igts gated. Rwy 13L-31R marked 200' wide, pavement 300' wide. Rwy edge Igt, 
distance remaining markers, and rwy exit signs in place for 300' wide rwy. A-GEAR All BAK-12B in raised position. 
BAK-12B extended. Rwys 13L/R and 31L/R MA-1A MOD hook cable in place at all times, webbing 30 minutes 
prior notice. MP Rwy 13R-31L Tue 1100-1300Z, Rwy 13L-31R Thu 1100-1300Z. JASU (C-26) (MD-3) 
(MA-1A) (MC-11) (M32A-10) FUEL J8 FLUID SP PRESAIR LHOX LOX OIL 0-148 SOAP TRAN ALERT Opr 
weekdays Apr 1-Oct 31 1300-0 30 OZ J, Nov 1-Mar 31 weekdays 1300-0200Zt-, weekends 1500-OOOOZ^:, clsd 
Federal holidays. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z:t, Sat-Sun 1500-2 30 OZ J, CLOSED holidays and weekends associated 
with holidays. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. RSTD PPR, 48 hr required, etc Afld Management OPS 
DSN 523-4244/45, C850-283-4244/45, fax 2075. C130 and larger acft will have outboard engines at idle 
when taxiing on Twy B center. Aircrews must provide Airfield Management Operations with 48 hr prior 
coordination for acft ops requiring barrier removal. PPR 48 hr rqr, etc Airfield Management Operations DSN 
523-4244/45, fax 2075. Issued PPR valid 1 hr +/- ETA, early/late arrival/departure must recoordinate. When 
necessary 180° turn Rwy 13R-31L execute in the last 1000' of rwy. PAR Rwy 31L: Height group 4 wheel 
crossing height 15'. PAR Rwy 13R: Height group 4 wheel crossing height 11'. PAR Rwy 13R: Height group 3 
wheel crossing height 16'. Twy J ltd to acft with same or lesser tail height of an F-15 (max tail height of 19.2'). 
CAUTION Drone launches and recoveries 2.5 and 3 SM SSE of main arpt. Extensive student jet tfc 40 NM E. 
Augmented wx observation point obstructed by buildings, hangars and trees, especially southeast thru 
northwest. At ngt, ramp Igt makes it difficult to estimate cloud cover, cloud height and visibility. A cooperative 
wx watch with twr supplements some restrictions. Night observation limited due to high intensity stadium type 
Igt. TFC PAT TPA— Overhead 2100(2083) until 3 NM then descend to 1600(1583} for break, rgt entry at 3 NM 
from rwy. Rwy 13L overhead apch prohibited on weekends and holidays. PAR apch not avbl after wing flying, 
weekends or holidays. NS ABTNT Subject to weather conditions, heavy acft expect radar vectors until reaching 
6000'. CSTMS/AG/IMG Customs, Agriculture avbl, rqr 72 hr prior notice to determine avbl for mil acft in direct 
mission support of Tyndall AFB. Ctc Base OPS not later than 72 hr prior to arr for instructions concerning 
disposal of foreign origin garbage. Any acft or deployed unit rqr Customs must pay applicable fees. MISC Wx opr 
during afld opr hr Mon-Fri, extd as rqr. Clsd Sat-Sun. Svc not avbl when afld NOTAM clsd. Wx DSN 
523-2609/2856 C850-283-2609/2856. For standby svc during non-opr hr ctc 26th OWS DSN 
781-5491/3024. Augmented wx obs when following conditions observed or expected: tornado, funnel clouds, 
waterspout, hail or volcanic ash. Auto obs otherwise, even when twr clsd. First 1500' Rwy 13R and first 2760' 
Rwy 31L concrete, middle 4875' Rwy 13R-31L asphalt. Rwy 13R-31L first 1700' Rwy 13L first 1000', and Rwy 
31R first 3000' not grooved. Inbound VIP acft ctc PTD 30 min prior to Indg. AMC mission acft ctc 325 FW 
Command Post. Expect progressive taxiing instructions. Tran fighter acft expect 2 ship launch and recovery, 
expect tran svc delays during peak mission periods and weekends. Inbound VIP acft ctc PTD 30 minutes prior 
Idg. AMC mission acft ctc 325 FW Comd Post. No COMSEC storage avbl at AMOPS, ctc Command Post (bldg 
219, extension 2155) for COMSEC storage. Dur afld closure RSC/RCR not reported. 

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COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 254.4 {1230-0130Zt) PTD 139.9 372.2 
® APP/DEP CON 119.1 119.775 124.15 125.2 338.35 (125.2 392.1 N abv 5000') (124.15 307.8 S abv 5000') 
(119.1 379.3 N bio 5000') (119.775 338.35 S bio 5000'), other times etc 
JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 119.1 379.3 
TOWER 133.95 263.15 (Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z4:, Sat-Sun 1500-2300Zt, clsd holidays and weekends associated 

with holidays). 
GND CON 121.9 259.3 CLNC DEL 118.05 289.4 

COMD POST (CHECKER OPS) 381.3 (No telephone patch capability. Have quick timing avbl 361.4.) 
PMSV METRO 290.625 (Full sve avbl during afld opr hr, extd as rqr. Tran acft flight weather briefing sve etc 26th 
OWS Barksdale AFB DSN 781-5491/3024.) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z4;, Sat-Sun 1500-2300Z4;, clsd holidays and weekends associated with 

holidays. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PFN. 

PANAMA CITY (L)VORTAC 114.3 PFN Chan 90 N30°12.98' W85°40.86' 148° 10.3 NM to fid. 10/OW. 
(H)TACAN Chan 124 PAM (117.7) N30°04.44' W85°34.35' at fid. 14/OE. No NOTAM MP Thu 

1000-1200ZJ:. 
ILS 111.5 l-TYF Rwy 13L. No NOTAM MP Wed 1000-1200Z:t. 
ILS 110.1 l-PAM Rwy 31R. No NOTAM MP Wed 1000-1200Z:t. 
ASR/PAR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. During Radar Approach Control closures 
when afld remains open etc Gnd Con. 

UMATILLA MUNI (X23) IE UTC-5(-4DT) N2S°55.45' W81°39.11' JACKSONVILLE 

107 NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWY 18-36: H2500X60 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 36: Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Parachute Jumping. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

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COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 254.4 {1230-0130Zt) PTD 139.9 372.2 
® APP/DEP CON 119.1 119.775 124.15 125.2 338.35 (125.2 392.1 N abv 5000') (124.15 307.8 S abv 5000') 
(119.1 379.3 N bio 5000') (119.775 338.35 S bio 5000'), other times etc 
JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 119.1 379.3 
TOWER 133.95 263.15 (Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z4:, Sat-Sun 1500-2300Zt, clsd holidays and weekends associated 

with holidays). 
GND CON 121.9 259.3 CLNC DEL 118.05 289.4 

COMD POST (CHECKER OPS) 381.3 (No telephone patch capability. Have quick timing avbl 361.4.) 
PMSV METRO 290.625 (Full sve avbl during afld opr hr, extd as rqr. Tran acft flight weather briefing sve etc 26th 
OWS Barksdale AFB DSN 781-5491/3024.) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z4;, Sat-Sun 1500-2300Z4;, clsd holidays and weekends associated with 

holidays. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PFN. 

PANAMA CITY (L)VORTAC 114.3 PFN Chan 90 N30°12.98' W85°40.86' 148° 10.3 NM to fid. 10/OW. 
(H)TACAN Chan 124 PAM (117.7) N30°04.44' W85°34.35' at fid. 14/OE. No NOTAM MP Thu 

1000-1200ZJ:. 
ILS 111.5 l-TYF Rwy 13L. No NOTAM MP Wed 1000-1200Z:t. 
ILS 110.1 l-PAM Rwy 31R. No NOTAM MP Wed 1000-1200Z:t. 
ASR/PAR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. During Radar Approach Control closures 
when afld remains open etc Gnd Con. 

UMATILLA MUNI (X23) IE UTC-5(-4DT) N2S°55.45' W81°39.11' JACKSONVILLE 

107 NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWY 18-36: H2500X60 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 36: Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Parachute Jumping. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

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138 FLORIDA 

VALPARAISO 

EGLINAFB (VPS)(KVPS) CIV/MIL 1 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N30°28.99' W86°31.56' NEW ORLEANS 

87 B FUEL 100, J8 TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE EGI H-8G, L-21C, 22H 

RWY 12-30: H12004X300 (ASPH-CONC) S-150, D-200, DT-500, DDT-800 PCN 39 F/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWY 12: ALSFI. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. RWY 30: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.5°. 

RWY 01-19: H10012X300 (ASPH) S-150, D-200, DT-500, DDT-800, SBTT-600, TDT-800, TRT-600 
PCN 76 F/B/W/T HIRL 
RWY 01: ALSFI. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. RWY 19: ALSFl(NSTD). PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.5°. 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY 01: T0RA-10012 T0DA-10012 
RWY 12: TORA-12004 T0DA-12004 
RWY 19: T0RA-10012 T0DA-10012 
RWY 30: TORA-12004 TODA-12004 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 12 HOOK BAK-9(B) (28' OVRN) HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1525') 

HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1665') HOOK BAK-9(B) (39' OVRN) RWY 30 
RWY 01 <- HOOK E5 (27') HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1489') 

HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1908') HOOK E5 (33') -> RWY 19 

MILITARY SERVICE: A-GEAR 8 point tie-downs on all BAK-12B; BAK-12B runout 1200'. BAK-9 (B) apch end Rwy 12-30 
disconnected on Idg rwy, avbl 20 min prior notice. JASU (MD-3) 4{MC-1) (MC-1A) (MA-1A) 2(MA-2) 
FUEL J8, J8+100 FLUID ADI-Ltd; SP PRESAIR LHOX LOX OIL 0-128-132-133-148-156 SOAP/JOAP-not avbl 
weekends and holidays. TRAN ALERT Opr 1400-2200Zt-. Tran acft not allowed when tran alert not avbl. Tran 
acft must use follow-me to park. Progressive taxi not avbl. No tran acft can arr/dep prior to 1400ZJ: and must 
arr/dep no later than 2200Z£. Arr/dep other times extremely limited and requires strict 24 hr advanced 
approval. To arrange overtime support, etc the Contract Management Office DSN 872-2305, after hrs 
C850-240-3057. Weekend and holiday maintenance capability extremely limited and may be postponed til next 
duty day. Fleet sve not avbl. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Special Air Tfc Rules — Part 93, see Regulatory Notices. Attended continuously. Arpt (VPS) is a joint 
use facility with the USAF. Ctc Eglin AFB twr at 118.2. No ground handling sves for general aviation avbl at VPS. 
Full sve general aviation facilities are avbl at DTS (52 NM SE) or CEW (18 NM N). Large migratory birds present 
year round on and invof arpt. High concentrations of General Aviation acft invof arpt. Heavy tfc 10 NM N of arpt 
invof Crestview/Bob Sikes arpt. High volume of training acft invof CEW VORTAC. Obstruction (hangar) 211' 
located approximately first 1000' E of apch end Rwy 01. During VFR possible conflicting tfc. VFR arr/dep ctc 
Eglin App for cine to enter Eglin corridor SE of Crestview. Unlgtd obstruction on afld. High mid-air potential, 
exercise extreme vigilance. Destin-Ft Walton Beach (DTS) is an uncontrolled arpt located 6 NM SE of Eglin AFB. 
Acft flying within 2 NM of DTS at or bio 1000' may not be monitoring Eglin App freq. Special Air Traffic 
Rules-Part 93, see Regulatory Notice. High volume of Navy T-34 and B-06 training acft near CEW VORTAC. Be 
aware of uncontrolled vehicles in movement area. Transient acft must use follow-me vehicle for parking. Rwy 19 
NSTD ALSFI length 1500'. Rwy 19 at Twy M lateral ponding during wet rwy conditions — potential hydroplaning. 
Increased potential for hydroplaning during wet conditions due to polished concrete on first 1000' Rwy 12-30, 
ponding at Twy M. Twy parallel to Rwy 12-30 may be mistaken for a rwy. The first 1000' Rwy 12-30 is concrete 
on both ends. The middle portion, 10,000' of Rwy 12-30 is asph-conc. Dept acft assigned a heading to fly, 
shall initiate their turn within 1 NM of dep end of rwy. Touchdown rwy visual range and rwy visibility value avbl for 
rwys 12-30 and 01-19. Regional WX briefings clsd weekends and holidays. 

MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP/AP 1 Route and Area Restrictions (Florida-Valpariso) for Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard, Wx 
Rstd and Supplementary Arpt Information. RSTD PPR minimum 24 hr. Ctc Base OPS DSN 872-5313/5406, 
C850-882-5313/5406. PPR 24 hr. PPR arr/dep times are strictly enforced. Tran acft arr late expect min 2 hr 
delay. Tran aircrews report late for scheduled dep expect min 2 hr delay. All AMC or acft with Distinguished 
Visitor code 7 or abv ctc Base OPS 20 min prior to Idg. Tran Alert will not support local, round robins, or out and 
back fit by tran acft. CAUTION: Special Air Traffic Rules, apply; see Part 93.83 Special Air Traffic Rules. High 
volume of general aviation acft invof arpt. Local hi-density tfc areas and rstd airspace — special opr rules 
apply — prior to arrival/departure all users review information at http://www.flyvps.com/air_pamphlet.html. Rwy 
19 NSTD overrun 750X300, Rwy 01 NSTD overrun 500X300. CSTMS/AG/IMG Ltd sve, no resident customs agent. 
Avbl for base assigned acft and their deployments only. 24 hr advance notice required. All other acft must clear 
customs prior to arr to Eglin AFB. TFC PAT — Overhead tfc Rwy 19 normal prohibited. MISC Exp extensive fit plan 
filing/dep, refuel and maintenance delays during peak mission periods/weekends. COMSAC documents not 
available for issue. Tran fit crew classified storage available in Base OPS to secret and bio. Standard USAF 
RSRS applied. Wx opr from Sun 0500Z-Fri 0500Z£, clsd weekends and holidays, other times sve not avbl. Afld 
wx monitored by AN/FMQ-19 ASOS. Remote briefing avbl 26 OWS Barksdale AFB DSN 781-4775, 
C318-456-4775. 

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COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 134.625 273.5 (1200-0400Z4:) PTD 142.3 372.2 
® APP/DEP CON 132.1 360.6 (090°-270°) 125.1 281.45 (271°-089°) 
TOWER 118.2 353.65 END CON 121.8 335.8 CLNC DEL 127.7 377.2 

EGLIN COMD POST (RAYMOND 11) 318.05 328.025 PMSV METRO 342.2 (Avbl during Wx opr hrs, Sun 0500Z-Fri 
0500ZJ:, clsd weekends and holidays, other times svc not avbl.) 
AIRSPACE ATIS 133.0 379.15 (1200-0400Z4:) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW (H)VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' W86°40.75'. 156° 22 NM to fid. 255/03E. 

HIWAS. 
WARRINGTON (T) TACAN Chan 2 DWG (134.5) N30°28.69' W86°31.25' at fid. 77/00°E. 
ILS/DME 109.1 l-CAH Chan 28 Rwy 19. Class IA. No NOTAM MP glide slope Rwy 19 1st Tue of Feb and 

Aug. ILS unmonitored 0600-1200Z:t weekday, and 24 hrs weekend and holidays. 
ILS 110.3 l-VPS Rwy 30. Class IB. No NOTAM MP LOC 4th Wed of Feb and Aug 0900-1200ZJ:. ILS 
unmonitored 0600-1200ZJ: weekday, and 24 hrs weekend and holidays. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: LOC Rwy 30 unusable 250' from thld inbound due to frequency interference from Rwy 19 
LOC. When APP DEP clsd etc twr on 121.8 335.8 337.2 for CLNC DEL. UHF equipped acft must use UHF in Eglin 
tfc pat. 



Residential 



VENICE MUNI (VNC) 2 S UTC-5(-4DT) N27°04.30' W82°26.42' MIAMI 

18 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1018(1000) NOTAM FILE PIE H-8H, L-21D, 23B 

RWV 04-22: H5000X150 (ASPH) S-15, D-24 MIRL IAP 

RWV 04: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.35° TCH 35'. Tree. 

RWV 22: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.52° TCH 22'. Thld dsplcd 294'. 

Bridge. 
RWV 13-31: H4999X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-63, DT-100 
MIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.05° TCH 42'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 31: ODALS. PAPI(P4L). — GA 2.35° TCH 35'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OOOOZf. Cracks throughout Rwy 

04-22 and Rwy 13-31 with grass encroachment. Bird and wildlife 

on and invof the arpt. PAEW adjacent to all rwys and twys during 

dalgt hrs. Parasailing activity west of the arpt along beach. Arpt 

has extensive flight training. PPR for acft exceeding rwy weight 

bearing capacity — call arpt manager 941-486-2711. Noise 

sensitive arpt — voluntary restrictions in effect — Jet acft use noise 

abatement procedures. Commercial landing fees in effect, fees 

for all charter and revenue producing acft. Rwy 22 calm wind rwy 

and noise abatement rwy. MIRL Rwys 04-22 and 13-31, REIL 

Rwys 04, 22, 13 and 31, PAPI Rwys 04, 22, 13, and 31, and 

ODALS Rwy 31 opr dusk - 0500ZJ:. After 0500ZJ; 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-l 119.275 (941) 486-2718. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 119.65 124.95 CLNC DEL 118.075 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SRQ. 

SARASOTA (H)VORTAC 117.0 SRQ Chan 117 N27°24.42' W82°33.82' 163° 20.2 NM to fid. 20/02W 

NDB (MHW) 206 VNC N27°03.69' W82°25.84' at fid. NOTAM FILE PIE. 




Rwy 04-22: 5000X150 
Rwy 13-31: 4999X150 



VERO BEACH 

NEW HIBISCUS AIRPARK (X52) 7W UTC-5(-4DT) N27°37.94' W80°31.65' MIA 

25 S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE PIE 

RWV 18-3B: 3120X150 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 
RWV 18: P-line. RWV 36: Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. Extensive crop dusting opr. Rwy 36 dsplcd thld marked with one green Igt 
and two orange cones either side of rwy. Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 ends marked with one green Igt and two orange 
cones either side. Rwy 18 wheel mounted chemical tanks anchored at thld 80 ft left of centerline. PPR for 
transient training acft call 772-562-2715. Rwy 18-36 NSTD LIRL, thld Igts do not have split lenses. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



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COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 134.625 273.5 (1200-0400Z4:) PTD 142.3 372.2 
® APP/DEP CON 132.1 360.6 (090°-270°) 125.1 281.45 (271°-089°) 
TOWER 118.2 353.65 END CON 121.8 335.8 CLNC DEL 127.7 377.2 

EGLIN COMD POST (RAYMOND 11) 318.05 328.025 PMSV METRO 342.2 (Avbl during Wx opr hrs, Sun 0500Z-Fri 
0500ZJ:, clsd weekends and holidays, other times svc not avbl.) 
AIRSPACE ATIS 133.0 379.15 (1200-0400Z4:) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CEW. 

CRESTVIEW (H)VORTACW 115.9 CEW Chan 106 N30°49.57' W86°40.75'. 156° 22 NM to fid. 255/03E. 

HIWAS. 
WARRINGTON (T) TACAN Chan 2 DWG (134.5) N30°28.69' W86°31.25' at fid. 77/00°E. 
ILS/DME 109.1 l-CAH Chan 28 Rwy 19. Class IA. No NOTAM MP glide slope Rwy 19 1st Tue of Feb and 

Aug. ILS unmonitored 0600-1200Z:t weekday, and 24 hrs weekend and holidays. 
ILS 110.3 l-VPS Rwy 30. Class IB. No NOTAM MP LOC 4th Wed of Feb and Aug 0900-1200ZJ:. ILS 
unmonitored 0600-1200ZJ: weekday, and 24 hrs weekend and holidays. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: LOC Rwy 30 unusable 250' from thld inbound due to frequency interference from Rwy 19 
LOC. When APP DEP clsd etc twr on 121.8 335.8 337.2 for CLNC DEL. UHF equipped acft must use UHF in Eglin 
tfc pat. 



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VENICE MUNI (VNC) 2 S UTC-5(-4DT) N27°04.30' W82°26.42' MIAMI 

18 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1018(1000) NOTAM FILE PIE H-8H, L-21D, 23B 

RWV 04-22: H5000X150 (ASPH) S-15, D-24 MIRL IAP 

RWV 04: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.35° TCH 35'. Tree. 

RWV 22: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.52° TCH 22'. Thld dsplcd 294'. 

Bridge. 
RWV 13-31: H4999X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-63, DT-100 
MIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.05° TCH 42'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 31: ODALS. PAPI(P4L). — GA 2.35° TCH 35'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OOOOZf. Cracks throughout Rwy 

04-22 and Rwy 13-31 with grass encroachment. Bird and wildlife 

on and invof the arpt. PAEW adjacent to all rwys and twys during 

dalgt hrs. Parasailing activity west of the arpt along beach. Arpt 

has extensive flight training. PPR for acft exceeding rwy weight 

bearing capacity — call arpt manager 941-486-2711. Noise 

sensitive arpt — voluntary restrictions in effect — Jet acft use noise 

abatement procedures. Commercial landing fees in effect, fees 

for all charter and revenue producing acft. Rwy 22 calm wind rwy 

and noise abatement rwy. MIRL Rwys 04-22 and 13-31, REIL 

Rwys 04, 22, 13 and 31, PAPI Rwys 04, 22, 13, and 31, and 

ODALS Rwy 31 opr dusk - 0500ZJ:. After 0500ZJ; 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-l 119.275 (941) 486-2718. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 119.65 124.95 CLNC DEL 118.075 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SRQ. 

SARASOTA (H)VORTAC 117.0 SRQ Chan 117 N27°24.42' W82°33.82' 163° 20.2 NM to fid. 20/02W 

NDB (MHW) 206 VNC N27°03.69' W82°25.84' at fid. NOTAM FILE PIE. 




Rwy 04-22: 5000X150 
Rwy 13-31: 4999X150 



VERO BEACH 

NEW HIBISCUS AIRPARK (X52) 7W UTC-5(-4DT) N27°37.94' W80°31.65' MIA 

25 S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE PIE 

RWV 18-3B: 3120X150 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 
RWV 18: P-line. RWV 36: Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. Extensive crop dusting opr. Rwy 36 dsplcd thld marked with one green Igt 
and two orange cones either side of rwy. Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 ends marked with one green Igt and two orange 
cones either side. Rwy 18 wheel mounted chemical tanks anchored at thld 80 ft left of centerline. PPR for 
transient training acft call 772-562-2715. Rwy 18-36 NSTD LIRL, thld Igts do not have split lenses. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



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VERO BEACH MUNI (VRB) 1 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N27-39.33' W80°25.0S' MIAMI 

24 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A 0X1,2 TPA— See Remarks Class IV, ARFF Index A H-81, L-24F 

NOTAM FILE VRB IAP, AD 

RWY 1 1R-29L: H7314X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-85, D-115, ST-146, DT-220 MIRL 

RWV 1 1R: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. Trees. RWY 29L: REIL. PAPI(P4L) TCH 58'. 

RWY 04-22: H4975X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-115, ST-146, DT-220 MIRL 

RWY 04: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'.Trees. RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. Trees. 

RWY 11L-29R: H3504X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 11L: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 37'. Tree. RWY 29R: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 35'. Poles. 

LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVDL 

RWY 29L 04/22 4700 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200Z:t. Rwy 04-22 CLOSED when twr clsd. TPA 1024(1000) large acft 

1524(1500). Rwy 11L-29R CLOSED when twr clsd. CLOSED to air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger 

seats except 24 hrs PPR, call arpt manager 772-978-4930. No intersection departures except by ATC req. 

Noise sensitive arpt. Jet acft use NBAA noise abatement procedures. Voluntary local noise abatement 

procedures in effect call 772-978-4930. No touch and go ops 0300-1200Z:t except PPR. Extensive flight 

training. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 11R-29L and REIL Rwy 11R and Rwy 29L— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (772) 978-9535. HIWAS 117.3 VRB. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.3 ATIS 132.5 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 117. 3T (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 

RCO 122.5 122.2 (ST PETERSBURG RADIO) 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.25 

TOWER 126.3 133.15 (1200-0200Z:t) GND CON 127.45 CLNC DEL 134.975 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0200Z:t other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE VRB. 

(H)VORTAC 117.3 VRB Chan 120 N27°40.71' W80°29.38' 114° 4.1 NM to fid. 20/04W. HIWAS. 

NOD (MHW) 392 VEP N27°39.85' W80°25.17' at fid. Unmonitored. 

VIRGINIA KEY N25°45.11' W80°09.27' NOTAM FILE MIA. MIAMI 

(H)VOR/DME 117.1 VKZ Chan 118 293° 7.8 NM to Miami Intl. 5/04W. H-81, L-23C, A 

VOR portion unusable 041°-064° byd 20 NM bio 4500', 091"-104° byd 30 NM bio 3000', 279°-284° byd 25 
NM bio 7500', 285°-319° byd 15 NM bio 7500', 320°-335° byd 25 NM bio 3000'. 
RCO 122. 1R 117. IT (MIAMI RADIO) 



WAKUL N30°19.57' W84°21.50' NOTAM FILE TLH. 

NOD (HW/LOM) 379 TL 007° 4.2 NM to Tallahassee Rgnl. 


JACKSONVILLE 
H-8G, L-21D, 221 


WAKULLA CO (See panacea) 


WARRINGTON N30°28.69' W86°31.25' NOTAM FILE CEW. 
(T)TACAN Chan 2 DWG (134.5) at Eglin AFB 77/00°E. 


NEW ORLEANS 
L-21C, 22H 



WAUCHULA MUNI (OHN) 5 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N27°30.90' W81°52.83' MIAMI 

106 B S2 FUEL 100LL, MOGAS NOTAM FILE PIE L-21D, 23B 

RWY 18-36: H4005X75 (ASPH) MIRL IAP 

RWY 18: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 21'. Thld dsplcd 500'. Trees. RWY 36: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® MIAMI CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.55 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LAL. 

LAKELAND (H)VORTAC 116.0 LAL Chan 107 N27°59.17' W82°00.83' 165° 29.1 NM to fid. 135/01E. 



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L-23C 

UP 



WEST PALM BEACH 

NORTH PALM BEACH CO GENERAL AVIATION ( f45) 12 nw utc-5(-4dt) 

22 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE MIA 
RWV 13-31: H4303X75 (ASPH) HIRL 

RWV 13: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 31: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWV 08R-26L: H4300X100 (ASPH) HIRL 

RWV 08R: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 26L: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWV 08L-26R: 3700X75 (TURF) 

RWV 08L: Trees. 

RWV 26R: P-line. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Bird activity invof arpt. 

Extensive helicopter training. Rwy 13-31 acft over 30,000 lbs 

prohibited. Rwy SR-26L acft over 12,500 lbs GWT prohibited. 

Noise abatement procedures — Rwy 13-31 preferred nighttime 

rwy; 24 hour noise abatement monitoring call 561-626-7631. 

Rwy 08L-26R marked with PVC pipe every 200 ft. TPA— 1022 

(1000); TPA for jet acft— 1522 (1500). Arpt Igts opr 

dusk-0200Z:L-, after 0200Z:t- ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 08R-26L and 

Rwy 13-31, and REIL Rwy OSR, Rwy 26L, Rwy 13 and Rwy 

31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.975 (561)630-6932. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 
® PALM BEACH APP/DEP CON 124.6 CLNC DEL 120.825 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PBI. 

PALM BEACH (H)VORTAC 115.7 PBI Chan 104 N26°40.S0' W80°05.19' 327° 12.3 NM to fid. 19/03W 

ILS/DME 110.75 l-GHO Chan 44(Y) Rwy 08R. ILS unmonitored. 




MIAMI 

L-23C 

IAP 



PALM BEACH CO PARK (LNA) 6 S UTC-5(-4DT) N26°35.58' W80°05.10 

14 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE MIA 

RWV 09-27: H3489X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWV 09: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 32'. Trees. 
RWV 27: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 49'. Trees. 

RWV 15-33: H3421X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWV 15: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 43'. Trees. 
RWV 33: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 37'. Trees. 

RWV 03-21: H3256X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 03: PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWV 21: PAPI(P2L). Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100ZJ;. Sea gulls on and invof 
arpt. Arpt CLOSED to jet acft and all acft over 12,500 lbs 
Maximum GWT. Noise abatement procedures all rwys; call 
561-683-0472. Preferential Rwy 03-21 conditions permitting. No 
touch and go Idgs on Rwy 09-27. TPA for conventional 
acft-1014(1000); high performance acft-1514(1500). Arpt Igts 
opr dusk-0100Z°f; after 0100Z°f. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21, Rwy 
09-27, Rwy 15-33 and PAPI Rwy 03, Rwy 21, Rwy 09, Rwy 27, 
Rwy 15, and Rwy 33 — CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.925 (561)964-0308. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

RCO 122.4 122. 1R 115. 7T (MIAMI RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 125.2 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PBI. 

(H)VORTAC 115.7 PBI Chan 104 N26°40.80' W80°05.19' 



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Rwy 1QR-28L: 3213X75 



PALM BEACH INTL (PBI) 3W UTC-5(-4DT) N26°40.99' W80°05.74' 

19 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 AOE Class I, ARFF Index D 

NOTAM FILE PBI 
RWY 1 DL-28R: H10008X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-85, D-200, ST-175, 

DT-400 HIRL 

RWY 1 0L: MALSR. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 1200'. 

RWY 28R: REIL.PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. Thld dsplcd 811'. 
RWY 14-32: H6932X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-100, D-180, ST-175, 

DT-325, DDT-400 MIRL 

RWY 14: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 57'. Trees. 

RWY 32: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 57'. Thld dsplcd 428'. 

Road. 
RWY 10R-28L: H3213X75 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 

RWY 10R: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. 

RWY 28L: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P4R). 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVBL 

RWY 10L 14-32 3200 

RWY 14 10L-28R 4370 

RWY 28R 14-32 3725 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 10L: TORA-10000 TODA-10000 ASDA-10000 LDA-8800 

RWY 10R: T0RA-3213 TODA-3213 ASDA-3213 LDA-3213 

RWY 14: TORA-5932 TODA-5932 ASDA-6000 LDA-6000 

RWY28L: TORA-3213 TODA-3213 ASDA-3213 LDA-3213 

RWY28R: TORA-10000 TODA-10000 ASDA-10000 LDA-9189 

RWY 32: TORA-6932 TODA-5932 ASDA-6932 LDA-6514 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Migratory birds on and invof arpt. Ultralight activity invof arpt. Noise 

abatement procedures in effect call 561-471-7467. Multiengine flight training prohibited SS to SR Sun and 

Holiday; strict environmental operating Stage 2 acft 0300-1200ZT- call noise abatement officer 561-471-7467 

Be alert: Twy L is located between Rwys 10L-28R and 10R-28L. Twy L is wider and longer than Rwy 

10R-28L-DO not confuse Twy L for runway. Twy L limited to B-727-100 series and smaller acft. Be alert, Rwy 

28L and Rwy 28R thlds staggered by 5400'. Portions of Twy F south of Twy G to AER 32 not visible from twr due 

to buildings and parked acft. SE portion of Twy F adjacent to AER 32 is not visible from twr. Rwy 10R-28L 

non-air carrier acft only. Rwy 10L touchdown and rollout runway visual range avbl. Rwy 28R touchdown and 

rollout runway visual range avbl. ODALS Rwy 10R and Rwy 28L opr SR-SS only. User fee. Flight Notification 

Service (ADCUS) avbl. NOTE: See Special Notices — U.S. Special Customs Requirement. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS-123.75 (561) 683-2548. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 123.75 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 115. 7T (MIAMI RADIO) 

RCO 122.4 (MIAMI RADIO) 
® APP CON 124.6 (North) 125.2 (South) ®DEP CON 128.3 (North) 125.2 

TOWER 119.1 118.75 GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 121.6 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PBI. 

(H)VORTAC 115.7 PBI Chan 104 N26°40.80' W80°05.19' at fid. 19/03W. 

RUBIN NDB (HW/LOM) 356 PB N26°41.27' W80°12.61' 099° 6.2 NM to fid. SHUTDOWN. 

ILS 111.9 l-PBI Rwy 10L. LOM RUBIN NDB. 

ILS 111.9 l-PWB Rwy 28R. 



WESTERN CAROLINA RGNL (see Andrews) 



WHITEHOUSE NOLF (nen) N3o°2i.oi' wsi°52.99' Jacksonville 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc as scheduled— etc JACKSONVILLE NAS (Towers Fid) twr other times CLASS G. H-8H, L-21D, 24G, A 



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FLORIDA 143 

WHITING FLD NAS NORTH (NSE) N 4N UTC-6(-5DT) N30 o 43.35' W87°01.43' NEW ORLEANS 

199 B NOTAM FILE PNS Not insp. H-BK, 86, L-21C, 22H 

RWV 05-23: H6002X200 (ASPH) PCN 31 F/A/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWV 05: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. RWV 23: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 

RWV 14-32: H6002X200 (ASPH) PCN 23 F/A/W/T HIRL 0.7% up NW 

RWV 14: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. RWV 32: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. 

MILITARY SERVICE: JASU l(NC-8) FUEL J8 TRAN ALERT Limited tran line svc avbl Mon-Fri 1400-2200Zt only. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Thu 1300-0500ZT., Fri 1300-2300Zt, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays. RSTD PPR for practice 
instrument apch by tran acft. All tran acft Idg Whiting Fid NAS South unless otherwise arranged with OPS Officer. 
(See Whiting Fid NAS South) 24 hr notice for PPR. CAUTION Extremely heavy primary training opr all times. Ponding 
occurs after moderate to heavy rain — braking action poor. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 290.325 (Mon-Thu 1300-0500Zt-, Fri 1300-2300Zt, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays) 
® PENSACOLA APP/DEP CON 126.85 127.35 278.8 298.9 

TOWER 121.4 306.925 (Mon-Thu 1200-0300Zt, Fri 1130-0130Z:t.), clsd Sat, Sun and holidays) 

GND CON 251.15 CLNC DEL 257.775 PMSV METRO 316.95 (Mon-Thu 1100-0500Zt, Fri 1100-0400Zt., Sun 
2300-0300Z+. clsd Sat and holidays.) BASE OPS 233.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc Mon-Thu 1200-0600ZT-, Fri 1130-0600Z^, Sun 0000-0400Z^, clsd Sat and holidays, other 

times Class G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

(L)TACAN Chan 70 NSE (112.3) N30°43.44' W87°01.09' at fid. 178/02W. 
TACAN unusable: 

150°-180°byd 25 NM bio 3,000' 
ILS/DME 111.75 l-NSE Chan 54(Y) Rwy 14. 
ASR 
COMM/NAVffllEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 

WHITING FLD NAS SOUTH (ndz) n 3n utc-6(-5dt) N30°4i.9i' w87°oo.86' new Orleans 

177 B NOTAM FILE PNS Not insp. H-BK, 8G, L-21C, 22H 

RWV 05-23: H 5997X200 (ASPH) PCN 33 F/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWV 05: PAPI(P4L). RWV 23: PAPI(P4L). 

RWV 14-32: H6001X200 (ASPH) PCN 36 F/A/W/T HIRL 

RWV 14: PAPI(P4L). RWV 32: PAPI(P4L). 

MILITARY SERVICE: JASU l(NC-8) FUEL J8 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Thu 1400-0600ZT-, Fri 1400-0400Z^, Sun 0000-0400ZT. clsd Sat and holidays. RSTD 
PPR for tran acft. DSN 868-7598. PPR for practice apch by tran acft. 24 hr notice for PPR. CAUTION Extensive 
helicopter training opr all times. Ponding occurs after moderate to heavy rain — braking action poor. Steep 
terrace at roll-out end of Rwy 23. No overrun. MISC Limited tran parking avbl. Ctc OMD DSN 868-7717, 5 days in 
advance for gnd support equipment. Tran acft expect RADAR vectors to PAR Rwy 32. Boundary lighted heliport 
located N of arpt; Search and Rescue and VIP use only. Tran acft ctc Base OPS 10 minutes prior arrival. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 273.575 (Mon-Thu 1300-0500Zt, Fri 1300-0400ZT-, Sun 2300-0300Zt, clsd Sat and 
holidays) 
® PENSACOLA APP/DEP CON 124.85 385.4 

TOWER 121.4 348.675 (Mon-Thu 1400-0600Zt, Fri 1400-0400ZT-, Sun 0000-0400ZT.), clsd Sat and 
holidays) GND CON 346.8 CLNC DEL 355.6 

PMSV METRO 316.95 (Mon-Thu 1100-0500Z4:, Fri 1100-0400Zt., Sun 2300-0300Z4:, clsd Sat and holidays) 
BASE OPS 233.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc Mon-Thu 1400-0600ZT-, Fri 1400-0400Z^, Sun 0000-0400Z^, clsd Sat and holidays, other 

times Class G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

(L) TACAN Chan 70 NSE (112.3) N30M3.44' W87°01.09' 175° 1.2 NM to fid. 178/02W. 
TACAN unusable: 

150°-180° byd 25 NM bio 3,000' 
SANTA ROSA (L) TACAN Chan 63 NGS (133.6) N30°36.91' W86°56.24' 323° 6.4 NM to fid. 147/2W. 
ILS/DME 110.55 l-NDZ Chan 42(Y) Rwy 32. 
ASR/PAR 
COMM/NAVMEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



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WILLIAM P GWINN (06FA) PVT 24S UTC-5(-4DT) N26°54.50' W80°19.74' MIAMI 

28 NOTAM FILE MIA Not insp. H-8I, L-23C 

RWY 09-27: H7003X150 (ASPH) PCN 49 F/A/X/T HIRL DIAP 

RWY 09: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 58'. Trees. RWY 27: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LOT Rotating ben opr 1200-2300Z:t, except holidays. JASU (4 Hobart starting units 28.5V/750 

amps.) FUEL Not for public sale. A, J5, J8. FLUID SP 
MILITARY REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2100Z:t, except holidays. RSTD Open only to civilian and military acft 

having business with United Technologies Corporation or its divisions. PPR etc twr C561-775-5450. MISC 

Helicopter ops. Vertical takeoff up to 3000'. Possible vertical jet turbulence within 2 nm of apch end Rwy 09. 
COMMUNICATONS: 
® PALM BEACH APP CON 124.6 317.4 

OWINN TWR 120.4 279.25 (Mon-Fri 1300-2100Z:t) GND CON 121.65 279.25 

PALM BEACH DEP CON As assigned. 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D Mon-Fri 1300-2100Z:t other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MIA. 

PAHOKEE (H)VORTAC 115.4 PHK Chan 101 N26°46.96' W80°41.49' 069° 20.9 NM to fid. 16/OE. HIWAS. 



WILLISTON MUNI (X60) 2 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N29°21.34' W82-28.30 
76 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GNV 
RWY 05-23: H6668X100 (CONC) S-46 MIRL 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L) Tree. 

RWY 23: REIL. PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Tree. 
RWY 14-32: H4399X100 (ASPH) S-38 

RWY 14: Thld dsplcd 300'. Trees. RWY 32: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z:t-dusk. Parachute Jumping. Sky 

diving activity invof arpt. Infield berm blocking vision between rwy 

ends. Rwy 14-32 25' shoulders both sides of rwy entire length. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.425 (352) 528-9949. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GNV. 

GATORS (L)VORTAC 116.2 GNV Chan 109 N29°41.53' 
W82°16.38' 211° 22.6 NM to fid. 128/04W. HIWAS. 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-8H, L-21D, 24G 

IAP 




WINTER HAVEN 



JACKSONVILLE 



JACK BROWNS SPB (F57) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N28 o 03.45' W81°45.77' 
140 S8 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE PIE 
WATERWAY 01-19: 3600X2200 (WATER) 

WATERWAY 01: Thld dsplcd 1200'. WATERWAY 19: Thld dsplcd 1000'. 

SEAPLANE REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. Recommended N-S pattern to remain clear of and bio 900' tfc at Winter 

Haven's Gilbert Arpt. Ctc Winter Haven's Gilbert arpt UNICOM 123.05 for boat activity and local tfc. Major power 

plant repairs avbl. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 123.05 



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145 



WINTER HAVEN'S GILBERT (gif> 3 nm utc-5(-4dt) N28°03.78' wsi°45 

145 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, MOGAS TPA— 1000(855) NOTAM FILE G 
RWV 05-23: H5005X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Trees. 

RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Trees. 
RWV 11-29: H4001X100 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWV 11: Trees. RWV 29: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200Zt--dusk. Glider acft opr on and invof 

arpt. Jack Brown's Seaplane Base located on adjacent lake. Ramp 

adjacent to south side of new terminal clsd to helicopters. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23 and PAPI Rwys 05 and 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 133.675 (863) 956-2097. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® TAMPA APP/DEP CON 120.65 119.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LAL. 

LAKELAND (H)VORTAC 116.0 LAL Chan 107 N27°59.17' 
W82°00.83' 071° 14.6 NM to fid. 135/01E. 




WIREY N27-56.12' W82°04.55' NOTAM FILE LAL. 

NDB (LOM) 227 LA 048° 4.4 NM to Lakeland Linder Rgnl. 


MIAMI 
L-24F 


WITHAM FLD (see stuart) 


WYNDS N29°40.20' W82-10.33' NOTAM FILE GNV. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 269 GN 287° 5.3 NM to Gainesville Rgnl. 


JACKSONVILLE 
L-21D, 24G 



ZELLWOOD 



JACKSONVILLE 



BOB WHITE FIELD (X61) 1W UTC-5(-4DT) N28°44.12' W81°37.75' 
78 S2 NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWV 09-27: 3300X150 (TURF) 

RWV 09: Thld dsplcd 600'. Brush. RWV 27: Thld dsplcd 590'. Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200Zt--dusk. Rwy 09-27 marked with pails. Rwy 09-27 dsplcd thld marked with 3 tires 

painted white perpendicular to centerline. Twy north side, no backtaxi on rwy. Ldg fee. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



ZEPHYRHILLS MUNI (ZPH) 1 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N28°13.69' W82°09.36' 
90 B S6 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE PIE 
RWV 04-22: H4999X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-60 MIRL 



JACKSONVILLE 

L-21D, 24F 

IAP 



RWV 04: PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Tree. RWV 22: PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 18-3B: H4954X100 (ASPH) S-12.5 HIRL 

RWV 18: REIL, PAPI(P4L) Thld dsplcd 260'. Trees. Rgt tfc. RWV 36: REIL, PAPI(P4L) Thld dsplcd 307'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300ZJ;. For fuel after hrs call 813-782-7789. 24 hr credit card fuel avbl. 
Parachute Jumping. Be alert for sky-diving acft descending from 13,500' and entering opposite tfc pattern for 
Rwy 18-36 E of arpt. Glider ops SR-SS. Rwy 18-36 limited by arpt manager to maximum gross weight of 
24,000 pounds or less. Twy B has many depressions in surface. Rwy 18-36 37.5' paved shoulders. TPA — 1090 
(1000) single-engine acft 1590 (1500) multi-engine acft. HIRL Rwy 18-36 and MIRL Rwy 04-22 preset on low 
ints dusk-0300Zt-; to increase ints and ACTIVATE after 0300Zt— CTAF. ACTIVATE PAPI Rwys 04, Rwy 22, Rwy 
18 and Rwy 36 and REIL Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 — CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.975 (813) 780-0031. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 
TAMPA APP/DEP CON 119.9 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LAL. 

LAKELAND (H)VORTAC 116.0 LAL Chan 107 N27°59.17' W82°00.83' 332° 16.3 NM to fid. 135/01E. 
NDB (MHW) 253 RHZ N28°13.63' W82°09.42' at fid. NOTAM FILE PIE 



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ADEL 



COOK CO (15J) 1W UTC-5(-4DT) N31°08.23' W83°27.23' 
236 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 05-23: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-30 MIRL 

RWY 05: PAPI(P2L). RWY 23: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

RWY 15-33: H4000X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-30 
RWY 15: Thld dsplcd 600'. Trees. 
RWY 33: Thld dsplcd 350'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Z:t. Ultralight activity 
on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23 and PAPI Rwy 05 
and Rwy 23 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® VALDOSTA APP/DEP CON 126.6 (bio 8,000') 119.525 (8,000' and abv) 
(Opr Mon-Thu 1230-0600Z:t, Fri 1230-0300Z4:, clsd Sat, Sun 
and hoi.) other times etc 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 (sfc to FL230) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

MOULTRIE (L) VOR/DME 108.8 MGR Chan 25 N31°04.94' 
W83°48.25' 082° 18.2 NM to fid. 290/02W. 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-9B, L-22J 

IAP 



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TPA— 1000(803) Class I, ARFF Index A 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-SB, L-18J 

IAP, AD 



S-80, D-135, ST-171, 



ALBANY 

SOUTHWEST GEORGIA RGNL ( aby) 

197 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

NOTAM FILE ABY 
RWY 04-22: H6601X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 

DT-230 HIRL 

RWY 04: MALSR. PAPI{P4L). TCH 55'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 22: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 52'. Antenna. 
RWY 16-34: H5219X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30 MIRL 

RWY IB: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 49'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 34: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0400Z1;. Fuel avbl after hrs call 

229-434-8787. CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier ops with more 

than 30 passenger seats except PPR call arpt manager 

229-430-5175. Acft byd 3 NM and bio 2,000' on apch to Rwy 16 

bearing 325°-040° from arpt not visible from twr due to trees. 

Low flying acft 3 mi SE. Numerous birds on and within 5 NM of 

arpt Sep-Feb. Personnel and equipment mowing grass adjacent to 

all rwys and twys April 1 — October 30th. Acft greater than 

350,000 lbs gross weight are rstd from using Rwy 04-22 exc 24 

hr PPR call arpt manager 229-430-5175. Twy H south of cargo 

ramp OTS indef. When twr clsd ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 04; HIRL 

Rwy 04-22 and MIRL Rwy 16-34— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (229) 434-7494. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.25 ATIS 133.05 UNICOM 122.95 

ALBANY RCO 122.6 (MACON RADIO) 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.75 

TOWER 120.25 Mon-Fri (1130-0330Z4:), Sat-Sun (1300-0100Z1;) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1130-0330Z1;, Sat-Sun 1300-0100Z4:, other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABY. 

PECAN (H)VORTACW 116.1 PZD Chan 108 N31°39.31' W84°17.59' 147° 8.8 NM to fid. 280/02W. 
HIWAS. 

PUTNY NDB (MHW/L0M)227 AB N31°27.37' W84°16.57' 043° 6.3 NM to fid. 

ILS 108.5 l-ABY Rwy 04. LOM PUTNY NDB. LOC BC unusable 25° left and right of course. Localizer 
back course unusable byd 12 NM. 




ALBANY N31°32.13' W84°11.69' 

RCO 122.6 (MACON RADIO) at Southwest Georgia Rgnl. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-18J 



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147 



ALCOVY N33°37.79' W83°46.93' NOTAM FILE MCN. 
NDB (MHW) 370 VOF 276° 3.4 NM to Covington Muni. 



ATLANTA 
L-18J.A 



ALMA N31°32.19' W82°30.49' NOTAM FILE AMG. 

(H)VORTAC 115.1 AMG Chan 98 at Bacon Co. 200/00E. HIWAS. 

VOR portion unusable 183°-343°; and 344°-182° all altitudes bio 10000'. 
RCO 123.6 (MACON RADIO) RCO 122. 1R 115. IT (MACON RADIO) 



ALMA 



BACON CO (AMG) 3W UTC-5(-4DT) N31°32.16' W82°30.39' 
200 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AMG 
RWV 15-33: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 15: PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWV 33: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Self serve fuel with credit 

card. PAPI Rwy 15 and Rwy 33 opr continuous and MIRL Rwy 

15-33 preset med ints dusk-0300Z:t; to increase ints — CTAF. 

After 0300Z:t, ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 15-33— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.325 (912) 632-8738. 

HIWAS 115.1 AMG. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

ALMA RCO 123.6 (MACON RADIO) 

ALMA RCO 122. 1R 115. IT (MACON RADIO) 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc effective 1100-0300Z:t other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AMG. 

ALMA (H)VORTAC 115.1 AMG Chan 98 N31°32.19' 
W82°30.49' atfld. 200/OOE. HIWAS. 



JACKSONVILLE 
H-9B, 12F, L-24H 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-9B, 12F, L-24H 

IAP 




AMERICUS 



N32°06.65' W84°11.33 
NOTAM FILE MCN 
MIRL 



SOUTHER FLD <acj) 4 ne utc-5(-4dt) 

468 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2 
RWV 05-23: H6021X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-50 
RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 37'. Trees. 
RWV 23: MALSF. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Trees. 
RWV 09-27: H3787X75 (ASPH) S-30 
RWV 09: Trees. RWV 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200Zt-dusk. Wildlife activity on and 
invof arpt. MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset low ints dusk-0300Z:t, to 
increase ints— CTAF. After 0300Z:t ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
05-23— CTAF. ACTIVATE MALSF Rwy 23, PAPI Rwy 05 and PAPI 
Rwy 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 128.375 (229) 928-0934. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 125.5 (bio 7000') 126.55 (7000' & abv) 
(1115-0500ZJ;) CLNC DEL 119.95 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 123.95 (0500-1115Z:t) CLNC DEL 
123.95 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABY. 

PECAN (H)VORTACW 116.1 PZD Chan 108 N31°39.31' 
W84°17.59' 013° 27.8 NM to fid. 280/02W. HIWAS. 
LINDBERGH NDB (MHW) 242 LKG N32°10.47' W84°06.49' 

230° 5.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 
ILS 110.5 l-ACJ Rwy 23. Loc only. 




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ASHBURN 



TURNER CO (75J) 2 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N31°41.14' W83°37.93 
389 B NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 16-34: H3204X50 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 16: Trees. RWY 34: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rotating ben located 14 mile N.W. of 

arpt. MIRL Rwy 16-34 opr dusk-0500Z:t, after OSOOZt ACTIVATE 

MIRL Rwy 16-34 and PAPI Rwy 34— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

VIENNA (L)VORTAC 116.5 VNA Chan 112 N32°12.81' 
W83°29.84' 191° 32.3 NM to fid. 300/01E. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-181 




0.7% up N 



ATHENS/BEN EPPS (AHN) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N33°56.92' W83°19.58' 

808 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al TPA— See Remarks ARFF Index— See Remarks 

NOTAM FILE AHN 
RWY 09-27: H5522X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-65, D-125 
MIRL 1.0% up E 
RWY 09: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. 
RWY 27: ODALS. REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. 
RWY 02-20: H4000X100 (ASPH) S-40, D-45 MIRL 
RWY 02: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.75° TCH 43'. Trees. 
RWY 29: PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0300Z:t. TPA— for light acft 1800 
(992), for jets 2300 (1492). Class II, ARFF Index A. CLOSED to 
unscheduled air carrier opr with more than 30 passenger seats 
except 24 hrs PPR call arpt manager 706-613-3420. Index B 
ARFF equipment is avbl. Rwy 02-20 non-air carrier only. Noise 
sensitive area south of arpt, etc FBO for information. ACTIVATE 
PAPI Rwys 09 and 20, REIL Rwy 27 and ODALS Rwy 27— CTAF. 
When twr clsd MIRL Rwy 09-27 preset low ints; to increase ints 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 132.875 (706) 613-7373. 

HIWAS 109.6 AHN. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.3 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122. 1R 109. 6T (MACON RADIO) 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 132.475 (bio 7000') 127.5 (abv 7000') (1115-0500Z:t) 

ATLANTA CLNC DEL 127.5 (when twr clsd) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.5 (0500-1115Z:t) 
TOWER 126.3 (1300-0100Z:t) GND CON 121.8 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1300-0100Zt other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AHN. 

(H)VORTAC 109.6 AHN Chan 33 N33°56.86' W83°19.49' at fid. 790/OOE. HIWAS. 

TACAN DME unusable 171°-181° byd 28 NM bio 4000'. 
BULLDOG NDB (MHW) 221 BJT N33°57.09' W83°13.18' 271° 5.3 NM to fid. 

NDB unmonitored 0300-1100Z:t. 
ILS 110.95 l-AHN Rwy 27. Class IB. Localizer unmonitored 0300-1100Z:t. 




ATLANTA N33°37.75' W84°26.11' NOTAM FILE ATL. 

(H)VORTAC 116.9 ATL Chan 116 at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl. 1000/OOE. 
RCO 122. 1R 116. 9T (MACON RADIO) 
RCO 122.6 122.2 (MACON RADIO) 



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6311 X 100 



COBB CO-MCCOLLUM FLD (RYY) 4 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°00.79' W84°35.82' 
1041 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X1,2 TPA 2041 (1000) NOTAM FILE RYY 
RWV 09-27: H6311X100 (CONC-GRVD) S-30, D-60 HIRL 0.7% up W 

RWV 09: PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 46'. Thld dsplcd 1078'. Road. 

Rgttfc. 

RWV 27: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 09: TORA-6305 T0DA-6305 ASDA-6305 LDA-5232 

RWV 27: TORA-6305 TODA-6305 ASDA-5405 LDA-5405 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For svc after hrs call 24 hrs 

prior — 770-422-2345/4300. Coyotes on and invof arpt. Arpt 

mowing in progress spring thru autumn. Rwy 09 is calm wind Rwy 

in VFR conditions. Acft arriving or departing with an operating 

weight greater than 100,000 pounds, PPR 24 hrs by coordinating 

through arpt management at 770-528-1615 or the local FBOs at 

770-422-2345 or 770-422-4300. Noise abatement efforts in 

effect, etc arpt manager for details at 770-528-1615. Blasting 

SR-SS Mon-Fri 2000 ft AER 27. 'N/W apron connector to Twy A 

is rstd to group 1 acft only. North apron at Twy A-l connector is 

rstd to group 1 acft only. When twr clsd, ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 

09-27 and REIL Rwy 27— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 (770) 425-3406. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 125.9 ATIS 128.125 UNICOM 122.7 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 121.0 CLNC DEL 121.0 (when twr closed) 

MC COLLUM TOWER 125.9 (1200-0400Zt) GND CON 119.0 CLNC DEL 119.0 
AIRSPACE: CLASS svc 1200-0400Z:t. other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' W85°07.17' 108° 27.5 NM to fid. 1150/01E. 
HIWAS. 

ILS 111.9 l-RYY Rwy 27. Class IB. GS unusable byd 4° left of course. Autopilot coupled apchs not 
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UTC-5(-4DT) 
OX 1, 2, 3, 4 



N33°52.54' W84°18.12' 
TPA — See Remarks LRA 



S-46, D-75, ST-84 



DEKALB-PEACHTREE <pdk) s ne 

1003 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A 

NOTAM FILE PDK 
RWY 02R-20L: H6001X100 (CONC-GRVD) 
HIRL 

RWY02R: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 20L: MALSF. PAPI(P2R). Thld dsplcd 1000'. Trees. 
RWY 1B-34: H3967X150 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY IB: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.4°TCH 30'. Trees. 

RWY 34: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.3°TCH 39'. Trees. 
RWY 02L-20R: H3746X150 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.4% up S 

RWY02L: PAPI(P2L). P-line. 

RWY 2DR: PAPI(P2L). Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 09-27: H3383X150 (ASPH) S-20 HIRL 0.8% up W 

RWY 09: REIL. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.4°TCH 28'. Trees. 

RWY 27: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.8°TCH 49'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Pilots should be alert when 

opr at PDK due to high number of rwy incursions. Be alert during 

acft gnd ops. Multiple rwy/twy crossing rqr. Heavy helicopter ops 

NW corner of arpt. Helipad located north of Rwy 16 thld. Flocks of 

birds on or near arpt during dalgt hrs. TPA — 2003 (1000) single 

engine, 2503 (1500) all multi engine. PPR for acft with max gross 

weight more than 75,000 pounds. PPR for all transient military acft. All Twy K is non-movement area. Voluntary 

ngt curfew in effect from 0400-llOOZ^. No high power engine/maintenance runups from 0300-1200ZT-. Noise 

sensitive area all quadrants; pilots use close-in dep procedures. ARFF on fid, no index. When twr clsd HIRL Rwy 

02R-20L preset med ints; to increase ints and ACTIVATE MALSF Rwy 20L and twy Igts — 120.0. Flight 

Notification Service (ADCUS) available. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (770) 457-1691. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.9 ATIS 128.4 UNICOM 122.95 

PEACHTREE RCO 122. 1R 116.6T (MACON RADIO) 

ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 126.975 CLNC DEL 120.9 

PEACHTREE TOWER 120.9 127.2 (Mon-Fri 1130-0400Zt- Sat-Sun 1200-0400Z+) GND CON 121.6 
CLNC DEL 125.2 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1130-0400Zt, Sat-Sun 1200-0400Zt- other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PDK. 

PEACHTREE (L) VOR/DME 116.6 PDK Chan 113 N33°52.54' W84°17.93' at fid. 970/02W. 

ILS 111.1 l-PDK Rwy 20L. GS unusable byd 4° left of course and 8° right of course. GS unusable for 
coupled apchs bio 1900'. 




HELIPAD HI: H56X56 (CONC) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: HI perimeter Igts opr dusk-dawn. 



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FULTON CO ARPT-BROWN FLD (fty) ew utc-5(-4dtj N33°46.75' ws4°3i.28 

841 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X1,2,3,4 LRA NOTAM FILE FTY 
RWV 08-26: H5796X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-105, D-121, DT-198 HIRL 0.3% up E 

RWV 08: MALSR. Trees. 

RWV 26: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 14-32: H4157X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 1.0% up SE 

RWV 14: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 52'. Trees. 

RWV 32: Thld dsplcd 199'. Trees. 
RWV 09-27: H2801X60 (ASPH) S-35, D-45, DT-72 0.3% up E 

RWV 09: Trees. RWV 27: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 32 has three Igtd twr on 

centerline 32 ft AGL (873 ft MSL) 650 ft from thld. Deer and other 

wildlife on and invof arpt. Flocks of birds on and invof arpt during 

dalgt hrs. Noise sensitive area all quadrants; no run ups 

authorized on any ramp. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (404) 696-5660. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 120.175 UNICOM 122.95 

ATLANTA RCO 122.6 122.2 (MACON RADIO) 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 121.0 

COUNTV TOWER 118.45 GND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc continuous. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PDK. 

PEACHTREE (L) VOR/DME 116.6 PDK Chan 113 N33°52.54' W84°17.93' 245° 12.5 NM to fid. 970/02W. 

FLANC NDB (MHW/LOM) 344 FT N33°45.74' W84°38.33' 082° 6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE FTY. 
NDB unusable byd 12 NM. 

ILS 109.1 l-FTY Rwy 08. LOM FLANC NDB. LOC unusable byd 25° left of course. LOM/NDB unusable 
byd 12 NM. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Emerg frequency 121.5 not avbl. 




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HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTL ( atd 

1026 B S4 FUEL 100, 100LL, JET A 

NOTAM FILE ATL 
RWY 09L-27R: H11890X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, 

DT-360 PCN 62 R/A/W/T HIRL CL 

RWY 09L: MALSR. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 56'. Concrete Hopper. 

0.3% down. 

RWY 27R: MALS. PAPI(P4R)-GA 3.0° TCH 56'. 0.4% up. 
RWY 08R-26L: H 10000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, DT-360 

PCN 74 R/A/W/T HIRL CL 

RWY 08R: TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. Railroad. 1.0% down. 

RWY 26L: MALSR. PAPI(P4L). TCH 52'. Vent pipe. 0.4% down. 
RWY 09R-27L: H9001X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, DT-360 

PCN 68 R/A/W/T HIRL CL 

RWY 09R: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. Tower. 0.4% 

down. 

RWY 27L: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 67'. 0.5% up. 
RWY 08L-26R: H9000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-120, D-200, DT-360 

PCN 62 R/A/W/T HIRL CL 

RWY OSL: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 59'. Sign. 0.6% 

down. 

RWY 26R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L). TCH 58'. Antenna. 



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ATLANTA 


OX 1 


2, 3, 4 LRA 


Class 1, ARFF Index E 


H-9A, 12F, L-18J, A 
IAP, AD 




RWY 10-28: H9000X150 (CONC-GRVD) 
HIRL CL 

RWY 10: ALSF2. TDZL. Sign. Rgt tfc. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT 

RWY 08L TWY B13 

RWY 09R TWY J 

RWY 26R TWY H 

RWY 27L TWY P 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY 08L: TORA-9000 TODA-9000 
RWY09L: TORA-11890 
RWY09R: TORA-9000 
RWY26R: TORA-9000 
RWY27L: TORA-9000 
RWY27R: TORA-11890 



S-75, D-209, DT-600, DDT-900 PCN 74 R/A/W/T 
RWY 28: ALSF2. TDZL. Tower. 

DIST AVDL 

8490 
8620 
8600 
8600 



TODA-11890 

TODA-9000 

TODA-9000 

TODA-9000 

TODA-11890 



ASDA-8800 LDA-8800 
ASDA-11730 LDA-11730 
ASDA-9000 LDA-9000 
ASDA-8800 LDA-8800 
ASDA-8865 LDA-8865 
ASDA-11690 LDA-11690 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Unlgtd 170 ft AGL twr 3 mi WNW. Group VI acft (Lockheed Galaxy-C-5, 

Antonov AN-124 and AN-125) with a wingspan of greater than 214' are restricted from using Twy L east of Ramp 5 
south to the west side of Ramp 6 south, and Twy F east of ramp 5 north and west of Twy Dixie. Acft with wingspan 
greater than 171' are restricted from using Twy V. ASDE-X surveillance system in use: pilots should opr 
transponders with Mode C on all twys and rwys. Noise and operations monitoring system (NOMS) program in effect; 
call the Atlanta Dept of Aviation 770-43-noise or 770-436-6473 for more info. All runways, touch and go 
operations, low approaches, and practice instrument approaches not permitted. Preferential rwy use in effect, 
expect to use Rwys 08R-26L, 09L-27R for deps; Rwys 08L-26R, 09R-27L are used primarily for arrivals. Rwy 09L 
departures can expect intersection departure from M2 with rwy remaining 10,940'. Runups are permitted at various 
sites; coordinate use of city facilities, movement areas, allowable non-movement areas with Dept of Aviation 
operations, 404-530-6620; and coordinate the use of the airlines' facilities with them. Rwy 10 touchdown, 
midfield and rollout runway visual range avbl. Rwy 28 touchdown, midfield and rollout runway visual range avbl. Ldg 
fee. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. NOTE: See Special Notices — Continuous Power Facilities. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (404) 762-1121. LLWAS. TDWR. 

COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS ARR 119.65 (404) 763-7988. D-ATIS DEP 125.55 UNICOM 122.95 
ATLANTA RCO 122. 1R, 116. 9T (MACON RADIO) 
® ATLANTA APP CON 127.9 

ATLANTA TOWER 125.325 (Rwy 08R-26L) 123.85 (Rwy 09L-27R) 119.5 (Rwy 10-28) 119.3 (Rwy 09R-27L) 119.1 

(Rwy 08L-26R) 
GND CON 121.75 (Rwys 09L-27R, 09R-27L) 121.9 (Rwys 08R-26L, 08L-26R) 121.65 (Rwy 10-28) 
CLNC DEL 118.1 
® ATLANTA DEP CON 125.65 (Rwys 09L-27R and 09R-27L) 135.375 (Rwy 10-28) 125.7 (08L-26R and 08R-26L) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 

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ATLANTA (H)VORTAC 116.9 
REDAN NOD (MHW/LOM) 266 



ILS/DME 109.9 
ILS/DME 108.9 
ILS/DME 110.5 
ILS/DME 108.7 
ILS/DME 108.5 
ILS/DME 111.3 
ILS/DME 109.3 

centerline. 
ILS/DME 110.1 
ILS/DME 111.55 

structure at 0.67 NM. 
ILS/DME 111.75 l-PKU 



l-ATL 
l-FUN 
l-HZK 
l-BRU 
l-FSQ 
l-AFA 
l-HFW 

l-GXZ 

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ATL Chan 116 N33°37.75' W84°26.11' at fid. 1000/00E. 
BR N33°38.72' W84°18.68' 267° 5.9 NM to fid. 
Chan 36 RWY 08R. 

Chan 26 RWY 09R. Class 1 1 IE. 

Chan 42 Rwy09L. LOC unusable byd 25° N of centerline. 

Chan 24 Rwy 26L. LOM REDAN NDB. 
Chan 22 Rwy 27L. 
Chan 50 Rwy 27R. 

Chan 30 Rwy 08L. Class HIE. LOM CATTA NDB. LOC unusable byd 30° right of 



Chan 38 Rwy 26R. Class IE. LOM REDAN NDB. 

Chan 52(Y) Rwy 10. Class HID. LOC unusable throughout Zone 5 due to 



Chan 54(Y) Rwy 28. Class HIE. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Be alert to rwy crossing clearances. Readback of all rwy holding instructions is required. 
Dual VHF communications rqr for Simultaneous Close Parallel ILS PRM Approaches. Rwy 09L-27R and Rwy 
09R-27L Monitor 132.55, Rwy 10-28 Monitor 133.425, Rwy 08L-26R and Rwy 08R-26L 126.9. 



HELIPAD H1: H52X52 (ASPH) 



NEWNAN COWETA CO ( cco) 4 s utc-5< 

970 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al 0X4 
RWY 14-32: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-26, D-37 

RWY 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 

RWY 32: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1200-0100Z:t, Sat-Sun 

1300-2300Z:t. Birds invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32 

Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 and MALSR Rwy 32 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.975 (770) 254-1617 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 119.8 CLNC DEL 119.8 

GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

LAGRANGE (H)VORTAC 115.6 LGC Chan 103 
W85°12.37' 053° 27 NM to fid. 790/01E 

COWETA CO NDB (MHW) 234 EQQ N33°15.42' 
W84°42.80' 322° 4.3 NM to fid. 

ILS 110.75 l-CCO Rwy 32. LOC only. 



4DT) N33°18.69' W84°46.19' 
NOTAM FILE CCO 
MIRL 0.7% up NW 



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REDAN NOD (MHW/LOM) 266 



ILS/DME 109.9 
ILS/DME 108.9 
ILS/DME 110.5 
ILS/DME 108.7 
ILS/DME 108.5 
ILS/DME 111.3 
ILS/DME 109.3 

centerline. 
ILS/DME 110.1 
ILS/DME 111.55 

structure at 0.67 NM. 
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ATL Chan 116 N33°37.75' W84°26.11' at fid. 1000/00E. 
BR N33°38.72' W84°18.68' 267° 5.9 NM to fid. 
Chan 36 RWY 08R. 

Chan 26 RWY 09R. Class 1 1 IE. 

Chan 42 Rwy09L. LOC unusable byd 25° N of centerline. 

Chan 24 Rwy 26L. LOM REDAN NDB. 
Chan 22 Rwy 27L. 
Chan 50 Rwy 27R. 

Chan 30 Rwy 08L. Class HIE. LOM CATTA NDB. LOC unusable byd 30° right of 



Chan 38 Rwy 26R. Class IE. LOM REDAN NDB. 

Chan 52(Y) Rwy 10. Class HID. LOC unusable throughout Zone 5 due to 



Chan 54(Y) Rwy 28. Class HIE. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Be alert to rwy crossing clearances. Readback of all rwy holding instructions is required. 
Dual VHF communications rqr for Simultaneous Close Parallel ILS PRM Approaches. Rwy 09L-27R and Rwy 
09R-27L Monitor 132.55, Rwy 10-28 Monitor 133.425, Rwy 08L-26R and Rwy 08R-26L 126.9. 



HELIPAD H1: H52X52 (ASPH) 



NEWNAN COWETA CO ( cco) 4 s utc-5< 

970 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al 0X4 
RWY 14-32: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-26, D-37 

RWY 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 

RWY 32: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1200-0100Z:t, Sat-Sun 

1300-2300Z:t. Birds invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32 

Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 and MALSR Rwy 32 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.975 (770) 254-1617 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 119.8 CLNC DEL 119.8 

GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

LAGRANGE (H)VORTAC 115.6 LGC Chan 103 
W85°12.37' 053° 27 NM to fid. 790/01E 

COWETA CO NDB (MHW) 234 EQQ N33°15.42' 
W84°42.80' 322° 4.3 NM to fid. 

ILS 110.75 l-CCO Rwy 32. LOC only. 



4DT) N33°18.69' W84°46.19' 
NOTAM FILE CCO 
MIRL 0.7% up NW 



ATLANTA 
, L— 181, A 

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PEACHTREE CITY-FALCON FLD (ffcj 25 sw utc-5(-4dt) 

808 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X2 NOTAM FILE FFC 
RWY 13-31: H5219X100 (ASPH) S-48, D-60 MIRL 
RWY 13: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0°. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 31: ODALS. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0°. Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0100Z:t. Deer on and invof arpt. 
ARFF avbl on arpt. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset on low ints 
dusk-0300Zt; to increase ints and ACTIVATE after 
0300Zt— CTAF. ACTIVATE ODALS Rwy 31; PAPI Rwy 13 and Rwy 
31 and REIL Rwy 13— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.525 (770) 487-1610. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 119.8 CLNC DEL 119.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ATL. 
ATLANTA (H)VORTAC 116.9 ATL Chan 116 N33°37.75' 

W84°26.11' 203° 17.7 NM to fid. 1000/OOE. 
PECAT NDB (MHW/LOM) 316 FF N33°18.04' W84°29.19' 310° 
5.5 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. NDB unmonitored 
0200-lOOOZt-. 
ILS/DME 111.95 l-FFC Chan 56(Y) Rwy 31. LOC only. 
LOM PECAT NDB. LOC/DME unmonitored. 



N33°21.44' W84°34.31 




AUGUSTA 



6 S 
OX 1, 



UTC-5(-4DT) N33°22.20' W81°57.87' 
2, 3,4 Class I, ARFF Index B 



S-130, D-166, ST-175, 



AUGUSTA RGNL AT BUSH FLD ( ags) 

144 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

NOTAM FILE AGS 
RWY 17-35: H8000X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 

DT-358 HIRL 

RWY 17: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. Tree. 

RWY 35: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. Trees. 
RWY 08-26: H6001X75 (ASPH) S-52, D-71, ST-90, DT-126 
MIRL 

RWY 08: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 64'. Trees. 

RWY 26: PAPI(P4L)— TCH 64'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Birds on and invof arpt. 

Seasonal heavy bird activity invof arpt November-March. ACTIVATE 

MALSR Rwy 17 and Rwy 35 — CTAF, PAPI Rwy 08, Rwy 17, Rwy 26 

and Rwy 35 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (706) 790-0631. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.7 ATIS 132.75 UNICOM 122.95 
® AU6USTA APP/DEP CON 126.8 (170°-349°) 119.15 (350°-169°) 

(1145-0400Z:t) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.1 (0400-1145Zt-) 

AUGUSTA TOWER 118.7 (1145-0400Zt) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1145-0400Z:t other times CLASS E. 

TRSA svc etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

COLLIERS (H)VORTAC 113.9 IRQ Chan 86 N33°42.44' W82°09.72 



CHARLOTTE 

H-98, 12F, L-241 

IAP, AD 




EMORY ND8 (HW) 385 

when twr clsd. 
BUSHENDB (LOM) 233 
ILS 111.75 l-MZX 
ILS 110.5 l-AGS 
ASR (1145-0400Z:L-) 



EMR 



N33°27.77' W81°59.81' 



168= 



158° 22.5 NM to fid. 428/04W. 
5.8 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. Unmonitored 



AG N33°17.22' W81-56.81' 354° 5.1 NM to fid. 
Rwy 17. Class IB. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. 
Rwy 35. Class IA. LOM BUSHE NDB. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



GEORGIA 



155 



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DANIEL FLD (DNL) 1W UTC-5(-4DT) N33 27.99' W82°02.36' 
423 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X4 NOTAM FILE DNL 
RWV 05-23: H4002X100 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 1.2% up NE 

RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Thld dsplcd 200'. Tree. 

RWV 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.3° TCH 32'. Thld dsplcd 288'. Road. 
RWV 11-29: H3738X100 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 11: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 46'. Thld dsplcd 326'. 

Fence. 

RWV 29: REIL. Thld dsplcd 315'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-dusk. Pilots should be alert for 

turbo-jet tfc transiting the tfc area enroute to Bush Field 6 miles 

S. Extension E end Rwy 11-29 unlgtd and unmarked. Rwy 29 REIL 

OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23 and Rwy 11-29, REIL Rwy 

11 and Rwy 29 and PAPI Rwy 05, Rwy 23 and Rwy 11 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 135.275 (706) 481-8629 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 

RCO 122.3 (MACON RADIO) 
® AUGUSTA APP/DEP CON 126.8 (1145-0400Z:t) 

® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.1 (0400-1145ZJ;) CLNC DEL 128.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

COLLIERS (H)VORTAC 113.9 IRQ Chan 86 N33°42.44' 
W82°09.72' 161° 15.7 NM to fid. 428/04W. 

EMORV NDB (HW) 385 EMR N33°27.77' W81°59.81' 280° 2.1 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 
Unmonitored when AGS twr clsd. 

BUSHE NDB (LOM) 233 AG N33°17.22' W81°56.81' 341° 11.7 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE AGS. 

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BACON CO (See ALMA) 



BAINBRIDGE 

DECATUR CO INDUSTRIAL AIRPARK (bgej 6 nw utc-5(-4dt) N3o°58.30' W84°38.22' Jacksonville 

141 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JETA+ TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE MCN H-9A, L-21D, 221 

RWV 09-27: H5502X149 (ASPH) S-24 MIRL IAP 

RWV 09: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWV 27: MALSR PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. 
RWV 14-32: H5003X100 (ASPH) S-24 

RWV 14: Trees. RWV 32: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-2300Z4:. Self sve fuel 24 hrs with 

credit card. For after hrs sve call 912-246-7442. Extensive 

student pilot training on and invof arpt. Rwy 14-32 has 100' X 

100' blast pads each end. TPA — 1141(1000) for non-turbine acft, 

1641(1500) for turbine acft. PAPI Rwy 09-27 opr cont and MIRL 

Rwy 09-27 preset med ints dusk-0300Z:t, to increase 

ints— CTAF. After 0300Z:t ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27, PAPI Rwy 

09 and PAPI Rwy 27— CTAF. MALSR Rwy 27— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 121.125 (229) 248-2104. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM: 122.975 
® TALLAHASSEE APP/DEP CON 128.7 (1100-0400Z:t) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.625 (0400-1100Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAI. 

MARIANNA (L)VORTAC 114.0 MAI Chan 87 N30°47.17' 
W85°07.47' 066° 27.5 NM to fid. 120/00E. 

WILLIS NDB (MHW) 359 LYZ N30°58.36' W84°31.56' 273° 5.7 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: All acft operating locally at BGE must have a two-way radio capable of 

transmitting/ receiving on CTAF frequency; one-stop transient acft are exempt from this requirement. 




BALDWIN CO (See MILLEDGEVILLE) 



BARROW CO (See WINDER) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



156 



GEORGIA 



BARWICK LAFAYETTE (see lafayette) 



BAXLEY MUNI (BMC) 4S UTC-5(-4DT) N31°42.83' W82°23.63' 

201 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1201(1000) NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 08-26: H5003X75 (ASPH) S-19 MIRL 
RWY 08: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 
RWY 2B: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2100Z:t. 24 hr self-serve, 
credit card fuel avbl. MIRL Rwy 08-26, and PAPI Rwy 08 and Rwy 
26 opr dusk-0300Z:t, after 0300Z:t— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-A 376 BHC. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AMG. 
ALMA (H)VORTAC 115.1 AMG Chan 98 N31°32.19' 

W82°30.49' 029° 12.1 NM to fid. 200/00E. HIWAS. 
NDB(MHW)376 BHC N31°42. 72' W82°23.41' at fid. AWOS-A. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. 



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NOB (MHW) 350 BEP 002° 3.2 NM to Perry-Houston Co. 


ATLANTA 
L-18J 


BERRIEN CO (See NASHVILLE) 


BERRY HILL (see stockbridgej 


BLAAK N31°27.34' W84°49.15' NOTAM FILE MCN. 
NDB(MHW)344 IWJ 231° 5.2 NM to Early Co. 


JACKSONVILLE 
L-221 



BLAIRSVILLE (DZJ) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°51.27' W83°59.84' ATLANTA 

1911 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN H-9A, 12F, L-25B 

RWY 08-26: H5006X100 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 1.5% down E 

RWY 08: Thld dsplcd 1025'. Trees. RWY 26: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Zt. Fuel unavailable after hours. Wildlife including deer and geese, invof rwys 

and twys. 100' blast pad Rwy 26. Rwy 08, temporary thld Igts mark displacement. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

08-26— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.325 (706)-745-9271. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

HARRIS (L)VORTACW 109.8 HRS Chan 35 N34°56.58' W83°54.94' 217° 6.7 NM to fid. 3660/00E. HIWAS. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



GEORGIA 



157 



BLAKELY 



EARLY CO (BIJ) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N31°23.85' W84°53.69' 
214 B S4 TPA— 1201(987) NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 05-23: H5494X98 (ASPH) S-21 MIRL 
RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 36'. Trees. 
RWV 23: MALSF. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED at night. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 05-23, PAPI Rwy 05 and PAPI Rwy 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.475 (229) 723-5511. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 125.4 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Z:t, Tue-Sat 24 

hrs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 
ECO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 
WIREGRASS (L) VORTAC 111.6 RRS Chan 53 N31°17.08' 

W85°25.87' 074° 28.4 NM to fid. 347/02E. HIWAS. 
BLAAK NDB (MHW) 344 IWJ N31°27.34' W84°49.15' 231° 

5.2 NM to fid. 
ILS 110.35 I BIJ Rwy 23. LOM BLAAK NDB. LOC unusable 
from 0.6 NM inbound. 



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5N UTC-5(-4DT) N31°15.54' W81°27.98' 
TPA-See Remarks LRA Class I, ARFF Index A 



S-120, D-185, 



BRUNSWICK 

BRUNSWICK GOLDEN ISLES ( bqk) 

26 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

NOTAM FILE BQK 
RWV 07-25: H8001X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD 

ST-175, DT-364 HIRL 

RWV 07: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 58'. 

RWV 25: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 46'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-2200Z:t. PPR for svo and fuel after 

hrs call 912-264-9200. Deer on and invof arpt. Birds on and 

invof arpt during heavy rains and high northeasterly winds. PPR 24 

hrs for acft ops with more than 30 passenger seats call arpt 

manager 912-265-2070. TPA-Turbine-powered acft 1526(1500), 

Nonturbine-powered 1026(1000). ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 07-25 and 

MALSR Rwy 07, PAPI Rwy 07 and Rwy 25-CTAF. Flight Notification 

Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 124.175 (912) 261-0531. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122. 1R 109. 8T (MACON RADIO) 

RCO 122.2 (MACON RADIO) 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.75 CLNC DEL 126.75 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E sve Mon-Sat 1100-0300Z:t, Sun 1600-0300Zt- 

other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SSI. 

(L) VORTAC 109.8 SSI Chan 35 N31°03.03' W81°26.76' 359° 12.5 NM to fid 

JEFFI NDB (LOM) 275 BQ N31°13.70' W81°32.56' 069° 4.3 NM to fid. 

ILS 108.5 l-BQK Rwy 07. Class IB. LOM JEFFI NDB. 




10/04W. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



158 



GEORGIA 



N3i°09.11' W81°23.48' 

LRA NOTAM FILE SSI 



MALCOLM McKINNON <ssn be utc-5(-4dt) 

19 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 TPA— See Remarks 
RWY 04-22: H5800X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-45, D-60 MIRL 

RWY 04: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 36'. Thld dsplcd 1000'. 

Road. 

RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 54'. Thld dsplcd 910'. 

Trees. 
RWY 16-34: H3313X75 (ASPH) S-14, D-30 MIRL 

RWY 16: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 44'. Trees. 

RWY 34: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.75° TCH 53'. Trees. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 04: TORA-5580 TODA-5580 ASDA-5580 LDA-4798 

RWY 22: TORA-5580 TODA-5580 ASDA-5580 LDA-4671 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OlOOZt-. PPR for acft of more than 

60,000 lbs dual wheel wt etc 912-265-2070 ext 4. Seagulls on 

and invof arpt during heavy rains and high Northeasterly winds. 

Parasail ops invof arpt. TPA — turbine-powered acft 1519 (1500); 

nonturbine-powered acft 1019 (1000). MIRL Rwy 04-22 and Rwy 

16-34 opr dusk-0400Z:t; after 0400Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. Flight 

Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 120.025 (912) 638-7042. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 

BRUNSWICK RCO 122. 1R 109. 8T (MACON RADIO). 

BRUNSWICK RCO 122.2 (MACON RADIO) 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.75 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E sve 1100-0259ZJ:, other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SSI. 

BRUNSWICK (L)VORTAC 109.8 SSI Chan 35 N31°03.03' W81°26.76 



JACKSONVILLE 

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029° 6.7 NM to fid. 10/04W. 



BUENA VISTA 

MARION CO (82A) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N32°16.97' W84°30.22 
682 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 14-32: H3200X75 (ASPH) S-14 

RWY 14: Trees. RWY 32: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. People and equipment on and invof 

rwy. Unrestricted access to rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LSF. 

LAWSON (T)VORW/DME 111.4 LSF Chan N32°19.94' 
W84°59.60' 099° 25.1 NM to fid. 250/2W. 



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BULLDOG N33°57.09' W83°13.18' NOTAM FILE AHN. 

NDB (MHW) 221 BJT 271° 5.3 NM to Athens/Ben Epps. NDB unmonitored 0300-1100Z:t. 



ATLANTA 
L-18J 



BULLO N32°24.92' W81°39.84' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 407 BZ 323° 5.5 NM to Statesboro-Bulloch Co. 



CHARLOTTE 
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BURKE CO (See WAYNESBORO) 



BUSHE N33°17.22' W81°56.81' NOTAM FILE AGS. 

NDB(L0M)233 AG 354° 5.1 NM to Augusta Rgnl at Bush Fid. 



CHARLOTTE 
L— 241 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



GEORGIA 



159 



UTC-5(-4DT) N32°34.04' W84°15.04 



S-17 MIRL 0.3% up S 
RWV 36: PAPI(P2L). Tree line. 



BUTLER MUNI (6 ai) i nw 

667 B NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 18-36: H4000X75 (ASPH) 

RWV 18: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 
RWV 06-24: 2400X180 (TURF) 

RWV 06: Thld dsplcd 400'. Trees. RWV 24: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Transient svcs not avbl. 40' trees 185' 

left of rwy centerline running the entire length of rwy penetrate the 

rwy primary sfc. Rwy 06-24 ends and edges marked with inground 

concrete pads. MIRL Rwy 18-36 ops dusk-0500Z:t, after 0500Z:t, 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 (bio 7000') 119.6 (7000' and abv) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN 

MACON (H)VORTAC 114.2 MCN Chan 89 N32°41.47' 
W83°38.83' 256°31.5 NM to fid. 381/01E. 




CAIDY N30°53.30' W84°09.56' NOTAM FILE MCN. 
ND6 (MHW) 338 CYR at Cairo-Grady Co. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-21D, 221 



CAIRO-GRADY CO (70J) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N30°53.28' W84°09.28' 
265 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 13-31: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 0.7% up NW 

RWV 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.3° TCH 30'. Trees. 

RWV 31: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.3° TCH 35'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Z:t. MIRL Rwy 13-31 

and PAPI Rwy 13 and Rwy 31 opr continuously dusk-0500Z:t T 

after 0500Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAFAINICOM 122.7 
® TALLAHASSEE APP/DEP CON 128.7 (1100-0400:t) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.625 (0400-1100Zfl 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

MOULTRIE (DVOR/DME 108.8 MGR Chan 25 N31°04.94' 
W83°48.25' 239° 21.5 NM to fid. 290/02W. 

CAIDV NDB (MHW) 338 CYR N30°53.30' W84°09.56' at fid. 



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NDB (MHW) 323 OUK 351° 3.4 NM to Tom B. David Fid. Unmonitored. 



ATLANTA 
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160 



GEORGIA 



CALHOUN 



TOM B. DAVID FLD (CZL) 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N34°27.33' W84°56.35 
647 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 17-35: H6000X100 (ASPH) S-15, D-100, DT-100 MIRL 
RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 51'. Trees. 
RWY 35: PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 1000'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OlOOZt-. Self svc fuel avbl with 
credit card. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset on low ints dusk — 0300Zt-, 
to increase ints and ACTIVATE after 0300ZJ: — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.975 (706) 602-5906. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' 

W85°05.17' 026° 19.7 NM to fid. 1150/01E. HIWAS. 

CALHOUN NDB (MHW) 323 OUK N34°24.09' W84°55.59' 

351° 3.3 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. Unmonitored. 

ILS 110.7 l-CZL Rwy 35. LOC only. LOC unusable 

15° left of course. 



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CAMILLA-MITCHELL CO (cxu) 2 sw utc-5(-4dt> N3i°i2.79' W84°i4.ii 

175 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 08-26: H5003X100 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 

RWY 26: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Z1;. Rwy 08-26 sfc 

cracking. MIRL Rwy 08-26 after 0230ZT. ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-A 369 CXU. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABY. 

PECAN (H)VORTACW 116.1 PZD Chan 108 N31°39.31' 
W84°17.59' 176° 26.6 NM to fid. 280/02W. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 369 CXU N31°12.88' W84°14.21' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. AWOS-A. 



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FRANKLIN CO (ISA) 1 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°20.42' W83°07.85' 
890 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 

RWY 08-26: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 

RWY 08: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 26'. Trees. RWY 28: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 29'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. After 0500Z:f., ACTIVATE MIRL— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 127.5 (1115-0500Z1;) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.5 (0500-1115Z1;) 



RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

ELECTRIC CITY (L) VORTACW 108.6 ELW Chan 23 



N34°25.15' W82°47.08' 255° 17.8 NM to fid. 736/OOE. 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



GEORGIA 



161 



CANTON 

CHEROKEE CO (47A) 6 ne utc-5(- 

1219 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 04-22: H3414X75 (ASPH) S-26 



4DT) N34°18.64' W84°25.43' 
NOTAM FILE MCN 
MIRL 0.3% up NE 



RWV 04: PAPI (P2L)— GA 2.50° TCH 26'. 
RWV 22: PAPI (P2L)— GA 2.50° TCH 26'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

04-22, PAPI Rwy 04 and Rwy 22— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.825 (770) 704-6235. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 121.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' 
W85°07.17' 074° 35.7 NM to fid. 1150/01E. 
HIWAS. 
CHERO NDB (MHW)415 DJD N34°15.14' W84°29.26' 046° 
4.7 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 



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NDB (MHW) 278 GPQ 347° 4.1 NM to West Georgia Rgnl— OV Gray Fid. NDB unusable byd 15 NM. 



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CARROLLTON 

WEST GEORGIA RGNL— OV GRAY FLD (ctj) 5 nw utc-5(-4dt) 

1161 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JETA1 0X1 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 17-35: H5503X100 (ASPH) S-43, D-56, DT-83 MIRL 1.0% up N 
RWV 17: PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. Trees. 
RWV 35: PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2300Z:t, Sat 

1400-2300Z:t, Sun 1700-2300Z:t. Deer on and near rwys at all 
times. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset med ints dusk-0300Z:t, after 
0300Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 17 and Rwy 
35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.175 (770) 214-9667. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 121.0 CLNC DEL 121.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' 
W85°07.17' 182° 31.8 NM to fid. 1150/01E. 
HIWAS. 
CARROLLTON NDB (MHW) 278 GPQ N33°33.95' W85°07.85' 

347° 4.1 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. NDB unusable byd 15 
NM. 
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CARTERSVILLE (VPC) 3SW UTC-5{-4DT) N34 o 07.39' W84°50.92' ATLANTA 

759 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE VPC H-9A, 12F, L-181 

RWY 01-19: H5760X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-26 HIRL 0.5% up S IAP 

RWY 01: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Thld dsplcd 740'. Trees. RWY 19: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0200Zt. Deer on and invof arpt. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. TPA for light 

acft 1800(1041), TPA for jet and turboprop acft 2300(1541), TPA for ultralight aoft 1300(541). Ultralight traffic 

pattern inside normal pattern with central third of Rwy 01-19 designated ultralight Idg and tkf area. Ultralight 

pattern entry crosses field approximately 2000' from either approach end at 541'AGL. Be advised-grass strip 

4.9 NW of arpt. HIRL Rwy 01-19, PAPI Rwy 01 and Rwy 19 and REIL Rwy 19 opr dusk-0300Zt; after 0300Z4: 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 120.525 (770) 606-0375. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 121.0 

GCO 121.725 (ATLANTA LARGE TRACON CLNC DEL AND FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' W85°07.17' 099° 13.7 NM to fid. 1150/01E. 
HIWAS. 

NDD(MHW)308 EVZ N34°11.98' W84°50.59' 187° 4.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE VPC. 

ILS/DME 110.35 l-VPC Chan 40(Y) Rwy 19. (LOC only). LOC unmonitored 0200-1100Z4:. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: ASOS wind data unreliable 210°-350°. 



CEDAR N33°32.00' W82°36.86' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDD (MHW/LOM) 341 AA 096° 4.9 NM to Thomson-McDuffie Co. NDB unusable byd 15 NM. 



ATLANTA 
L— 241 



CEDARTOWN 

POLK CO ARPT-CORNELIUS MOORE FLD (4A4) 5 e utc 

974 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 09-27: H4004X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.4% up W 

RWY 09: PAPI(P2L). Treeline. RWY 27: PAPI(P2L). Treeline. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OlOOZt. Parachute Jumping. Rwy 
09 6-12' trees at thld 150' left. Rwy 27 +10' trees 113' from 
thld 150' right. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27 and PAPI Rwy 09 and 
Rwy 27— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' 
W85°07.17' 188° 8.7 NM to fid. 1150/01E. 
HIWAS. 



5(-4DT) N34°01.12' W85°08.79 




CHERO N34°15.14' W84-29.26' NOTAM FILE MCW. 
NDD(MHW)415 DJD 046° 4.7 NM to Cherokee Co. 



ATLANTA 
L-181 



CHEROKEE CO (see canton) 



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163 



CLAXTON-EVANS CO (cwv) 3ne utc-5(-4dt) 

112 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 09-27: H5002X75(ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 09: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.75° TCH 33'. Trees. 

RWV 27: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 34'. Thld dsplcd 1000'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Z:f.. Parachute 

Jumping. Trees penetrate primary sfc N side of rwy. MIRL Rwy 

09-27 preset on low ints dusk-0300ZJ:; to increase ints 

ACTIVATE-CTAF. After 0300ZJ:-CTAF. ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 09 and 

Rwy 27— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.075 (912) 739-3768. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAV. 

SAVANNAH (H)VORTAC 115.95 SAV Chan 106(Y) N32°08.78' 
W81°11.95' 281° 34.3 NM to fid. 9/6W. 
HIWAS. 

NDB (MHW) 395 CWV N32°11.81' W81°52.84' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. 



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COBB CO-McCOLLUM FLO (See Atlanta) 



COCHRAN (48A) 4E UTC-5(-4DT) N32°24.04' W83°16.70' 
377 B S2 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 11-29: H4401X75 (ASPH) 1.0% up NW 
RWV 05-23: H3202X50 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 0.3% up NE 

RWV 05: Trees. RWV 23: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z4:, Sat 

1300-1800ZJ:. Arpt Igts opr dusk-0230ZJ:. Rotating ben OTS 
indef. Non standard turnarounds, inadequate separation Rwy 
05-23, MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset dusk-OlOOZd;, after OlOOZd; 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 119.6 (7000' & abv) 124.2 (bio 7000') 
(1115-0500ZJ:) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 123.95 (0500-1115ZI) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 
VIENNA (L)VORTAC 116.5 VNA Chan 112 N32°12.81' 
W83°29.84' 044° 15.8 NM to fid. 300/01E. 




COFFEE CO N31°24.29' W82°55.43' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDB (MHW) 390 OWC 040° 5.4 NM to Douglas Muni. NDB unmonitored 2300-1300Z4:. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-24H 



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COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN (CSG) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N32°30.98' W84°56.33 
397 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE CSG 
RWY OB-24: H6997X150 (ASPH-GRVD) D-160, ST-175, DT-250 HIRL 

RWY 06: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 2.61° TCH 48'. Trees. 

RWY 24: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Building. 
RWY 13-31: H3997X150 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 0.7% up NW 

RWY 13: REIL. Tree. 

RWY 31: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 41'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. FBO svcs avbl 

1000-0200Zi:. Fuel avbl 24 hrs. After 0200Zt- hours, fuel avbl 

with fee etc FBO per written instruction in FBO vestibule. Birds on 

and invof arpt. Rwy 24 PAPI OTS indef. After 0200Zt- ACTIVATE 

HIRL Rwy 06-24, MALSR Rwy 06, REIL Rwy 24, PAPI Rwy 06, Twy 

Igts and windcone Igts — CTAF. MIRL Rwy 13-31 and VASI Rwy 31 

unavailable when twr clsd. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (706) 576-4715. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.1 ATIS 127.75 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.65 122. 1R 117. IT (MACON RADIO) 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 125.5 (bio 7000') 126.55 (7000' & abv) 
(1115-0500ZT.) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.45 (0500-1115ZJ;) 

TOWER 120.1 (1400-0200ZT-) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve 1400-0200ZT- etc APP CON other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CSG. 

(L)VORTAC 117.1 CSG Chan 118 N32°36.92' W85°01.06' 145°7.1 NM to fid. 630/01E. 

FENIX NDB (LOM) 355 CS N32°27.12' W85°02.52' 056° 6.5 NM to fid. Unmonitored. 

ILS 110.3 l-CSG Rwy 06. LOM FENIX NDB. LOC/GS/LOM unmonitored when twr clsd. GS unusable bio 
700' MSL, bio 786' byd 5° rgt of course. 




COMMERCE N34°03.73' W83°31.26' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDB (MHW) 244 DDA 347° 7 NM to Jackson Co. NDB unmonitored. 


ATLANTA 

L-18J 


CONEY N31°59.87' W83°51.71' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDB (MHW) 400 OHY 099° 4.5 NM to Crisp Co— Cordele. 


JACKSONVILLE 
L-18J 


COOK CO (SeeADEL) 



CORDELE 

CRISP CO-CORDELE (CKF) 2 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N31°59.33' W83°46.44 
310 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 05-23: H5006X100 (ASPH) S-24 

RWY 05: Trees. RWY 23: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 10-28: H5001X150 (ASPH) S-30, D-45 MIRL 

RWY 10: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 43'. Trees. 

RWY 28: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 36'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2300ZT-. MIRL Rwy 10-28 

and PAPI Rwys 10 and 28 preset on low ints dusk-0300Z:f., to 

increase ints and after 0300ZT--CTAF. ACTIVATE ODALS Rwy 10 

and REIL Rwy 10— CTAF.. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.325 (229) 276-2669. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.75 

GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

VIENNA (L)VORTAC 116.5 VNA Chan 112 N32°12.81' 
W83°29.84' 225° 19.5 NM to fid. 300/01E. 

CONEY NDB (MHW) 400 OHY N31°59.87' W83°51.71' 
099° 4.5 NM to fid. Unmonitored 2200-1200Z1;. 

ILS 108.9 l-CKF Rwy 10. Localizer only. 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-9B, 12F, L-18J 

IAP 




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165 



CORNELIA 

HABERSHAM CO (ajr) 2 sw 

1448 B S2 FUEL 100LL, 
RWV 06-24: H5506X100 (ASPH) 



UTC-5(-4DT) N34°29.99' W83°33.40 
JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
S-30 MIRL 0.8% up NE 



RWV 06: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.25°TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 1395'. Trees. 
RWV 24: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.50°TCH 40'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0000Z+. MIRL Rwy 06-24 preset 
on low ints dusk-0300Z:t; to increase ints — CTAF. After 0300Z}. 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.175 (706) 778-3675. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

FOOTHILLS (H)VORTAC 113.4 ODF Chan 81 N34°41.75' 

W83°17.86' 228° 17.4 NM to fid. 1700/00E. 
NDB (MHW) 347 AJR N34°30.09' W83°32.99' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. 




COVINGTON MUNI (9A1) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N33°37.94' W83°50.85' 
809 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 10-28: H5500X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.3% up E 
RWV 10: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 52'. Trees. 
RWV 28: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2300ZT-, Sat-Sun 

1400-2200Z}.. Deer and migratory birds on and invof arpt. Avoid 
overflying populated area SW of arpt bio 1500 AGL. No 180° turns 
on asph for acft over 12,500 lbs. gross weight. ACTIVATE MIRL 
and PAPI Rwy 10 and Rwy 28 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.725 (770) 385-7057. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 128.575 CLNC DEL 119.875 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ATL. 
ATLANTA (H)VORTAC 116.9 ATL Chan 116 N33°37.75' 

W84°26.11' 089° 29.4 NM to fid. 1000/OOE. 
ALCOVY NDB (MHW) 370 VOF N33°37.79' 

W83°46.93' 276° 3.3 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 



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COWETA CO N33°15.42' W84-42.80' NOTAM FILE MCN 
NDB (MHW) 234 EQQ 322° 4.3 NM to Newnan Coweta Co. 



ATLANTA 
L-18I.A 



CREKE N32-29.03' W83-00.66' NOTAM FILE MCN 

NDB (MHW/L0M)251 DB 028° 5.1 NM to WH "BUD" BARRON 
NDB unmonitored Mon-Fri 2300-llOOZt, Sat-Sun 2300-1500Z:L\ 



ATLANTA 
L-18J 



CRISP CO-CORDELE (see cordele) 



CULVR N33°09.11' W83°09.58' NOTAM FILE MCN 
NDB (MHW) 380 UMB 276° 4.1 NM to Baldwin Co. 



ATLANTA 
L-18J 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



166 



GEORGIA 



(25J) 4 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N31°42.11' W84°49.62' 



MIRL 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-18J 



CUTHBERT 

LOWER CHATTAHOOCHEE RGNL 

457 B NOTAM FILE MCN 

RWY 18-36: H3000X60 (ASPH) S-16 

RWY 18: Trees. RWY 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer frequently on and invof arpt. Rwy 18-36 has excessive cracking and 

deterioration. MIRL Rwy 18-36— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

EUFAULA (L)VORTAC 109.2 EUF Chan 29 N31°57.02' W85°07.83' 132° 21.5 NM to fid. 280/02E 



N34°34.99' W84°01.20' 



ATLANTA 
L-18J 



DAHLONEGA 

LUMPKIN CO-WIMPYS (9 a0) 3 nw utc-5(-4dt) 

1311 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 

RWY 15-33: H3090X50 (ASPH) S-12 LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 15: Thld dsplcd 754'. Trees. RWY 33: Thld dsplcd 695'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED to acft at ngt, daytime use only. 24 hr self serve fuel with credit card. 

Parachute Jumping. Rwy 15-33 NSTD LIRL the length of the rwy. No thld Igts. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

HARRIS (L)VORTACW 109.8 HRS Chan 35 N34°56.58' W83°54.94' 193° 22.2 NM to fid. 3660/00E. HIWAS. 



H-9A, L-11 



DALLAS 

PAULDING CO RGNL (PUJ) 6W UTC-5(-4DT) N33 54.72' W84°56.44' 
1289 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 13-31: H5505X100 (CONC-GRVD) S-50, D-90 HIRL I 

RWY 13: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. 

RWY 31: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. HIRL Rwy 13-31 preset on low inst and PAPI Rwy 13 and Rwy 31 opr 

dusk-0300Zt-to increase ints HIRL Rwy 13-31 ACTIVATE— CTAF. After 0300ZT- ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 13-31 and 

PAPI Rwy 13 and Rwy 31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 126.225 (770) 445-3870. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 

ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 121.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' W85°07.17' 148°17.5 NM to fid. 1150/01E. 
HIWAS. 

ILS/DME 109.15 l-PUJ Chan 28Y Rwy 31. GS unusable byd 5° left of course. 



DALTON MUNI (DNN) 6 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N34°43.38' W84°52.21' 
709 B FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ TPA— 1509(800) NOTAM FILE DNN 
RWY 14-32: H5495X98 (ASPH) S-30, D-42, DT-80 HIRL 0.3% up NW 
RWY 14: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5°TCH 34'. Trees. 
RWY 32: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5°TCH 37'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200ZT- . Other hours by req, 
CLOSED major holidays. Rwy 14 PAPI and ILS glidepath not 
coincident. Rwy 32 PAPI unusable byd 5° right of rwy centerline. 
MALSR Rwy 14 opr dusk-dawn when the visibility is less than 3 
miles and/or the ceiling is less than 1000' other times — CTAF. 
ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 14-32 opr dusk-dawn, ACTIVATE HIRL 
daytime and MALSR Rwy 14 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 127.65 (706) 278-7010. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.975 
® CHATTANOOGA APP/DEP CON 125.1 (1100-0450Z:t) CLNC DEL 120.25 
(1100-0450Z:t) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.8 (0450-llOOZt-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHA. 

CHOO CHOO (H)VORTAC 115.8 GQO Chan 105 N34°57.68' 

W85-09.20' 135° 20.0 NM to fid. 1030/01E. HIWAS. 
WHITFIELD NDB (MHW) 400 UWI N34°47.37' W84°56.76' 140 

5.5 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE DNN. Unmonitored. 
ILS 110.9 l-DNN Rwy 14. 



ATLANTA 

H-9A, 12F, L-25A 

IAP 




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167 



DANIEL FLD 



(See AUGUSTA) 



DAVIS FLD (See FOLKSTON) 



DAWSON MUNI (iej) 2 se 

333 B S2 FUEL 100LL 
RWV 13-31: H4510X75 (ASPH) 



UTC-5(-4DT) N31°44.60' W84°25.16 
NOTAM FILE MCN 
S-16 MIRL 1.0% up NW 



RWV 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. 

RWV 31: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 22'. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Z:t, Sun 

1800-2200Z:t. Deer on and invof arpt. MIRL Rwy 13-31 preset 

med ints dusk-0300Z:t, after 0300Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. ACTIVATE 

PAPI Rwy 13 and Rwy 31— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABY. 

PECAN (H)VORTACW 116.1 PZD Chan 108 N31°39.31' 
W84°17.59' 311° 8.3 NM to fid. 280/02W. HIWAS. 




DECATUR CO INDUSTRIAL AIRPARK (see bainbridge) 



DEKALB-PEACHTREE (SeeATLANTA) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



168 GEORGIA 



DOBBINS ARB (mgekkmge) afrc (ar arng) is utc-5(-4dt) Atlanta 

N33°54.92' W84°30.98' H-9A, 12F, L-18J, A 

1068 B TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE MGE Not insp. DIAP, AD 

RWY 11-29: H10000X300 (CONC) PCN 83 R/B/W/T HIRL 

RWY 11: ALSF1. OLS. REIL. PAPI(P4L). RWY 29: SALSF. OLS. REIL. PAPI(P4L). 0.8% up. 

RWY 119-299: H3500X60 (ASPH) PCN 43 R/C/W/T HIRL 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY 11: T0RA-10000 T0DA-10000 
RWY 29: TORA-10000 TODA-10000 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 11 HOOK BAK-12(B) (1490') HOOK BAK-12B{B) (1490') RWY 29 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT For OLS Rwy 11-29 location data see FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. 
A-GEAR Rwy 11-29 BAK-12 opr Mon-Fri 1200Z:t to official SS. All other times disconnected. BAK-12 in raised 
position on departure end of active rwy. BAK-12 rqr 30 min PN for approach end engagement. BAK-12 reduced 
arresting system reliability. 

JASU AF l(A/M32A-86) 2(AM32-95) 1(AM32A-60A) 

FUEL AF J8. Opr Mon-Thu 1100-0300Z:t, Fri-Sun 1100-0100Z:t:. Tran acft expect 1 hr fuel delay. FLUID SP 
PRESAIR LOX LPOX LHNIT LPNIT No De-ice avbl for tran acft. OIL 0-148-156 SOAP/JOAP, no lab svc. 
TRAN ALERT Opr Mon-Sun 1200-0400Z:t\ 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr 1200-0400Z|. Rwy 11-29 CLOSED last Sat each month for construction, 1200-2100ZI. See 
FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. RSTD PPR DSN 625-4903 C678-655-4903. Acft restricted during Bird 
Watch condition Moderate (tkf/ldg permission when dep/arrival routes avoid identified bird activity, no local 
IFR/VFR tfc pattern acft) and Severe (tkf/ldg prohibited without 94th OG/CC approval), etc Base OPS for current 
Bird Watch condition. Hazardous cargo rstd to C130 or smaller acft, 24 hr prior notice rqr. Ctc Base OPS 20 min 
prior Idg to confirm PPR and svcg/load. Afld Official Business Only 0400-1200Z}.. TFC PAT TPA — Overhead, enter 
initial at 3500(2432), descend to 2600(1532), level break at rwy thld. Class D Airspace up to, but not including, 
3600. MISC Limited tran weekdays 1200-2100Z4:. All other times must be coordinated with tran 24 hr prior 
notice weekdays. This includes on/off base and to /from fit line ctc DSN 625-3667. Base OPS does not have 
COMSEC avbl for tran crews and has no storage capabilities. COMSEC stor 30 min prior notice rqr, ctc 
C770-553-0593 or C404-664-7548 Mon-Fri and unit training weekend 1230-2130Zt, other times 2 hr prior 
notice. RSRS applied to base assigned acft only; standard USAF RSRS not applicable. UDI/Loaner vehicle not 
avbl without valid AF Form 2293, Govt License. Base OPS fax DSN 625-4915. AR Ctc C678-655-5284/5, 
132.95. No tran fuel/svc. Limited ramp space, prior coordination rqr to use ASF ramp. ARNG Acft/aircrews 
desiring to land/park at AASF #2, ctc DSN 753-3500, C678-569-3500, minimum 24 hrs prior notice for 
approval. Approval fm AASF #2 does not constitute a PPR. Tran acft must obtain PPR and fuel fm Dobbins Base 
Ops. OprTue-Fri 1100-2130Zt. 

COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 269.5 (1200-0400Z:t.) PTD 139.3 372.2 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CDN 121.0 268.7 

TOWER 120.75 370.875 GND CON 125.3 275.8 

94AW COMD POST (DAPPER DAN) 379.525 PMSV METRO 274.75 (Full svc avbl 1100-0400Zt, DSN 625-5190. 
Other times ctc 26th OWS DSN 781-4775, COMM 318-456-4775. ARNG OPS 47.0 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0400Zt other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PDK. 

PEACHTREE (L) VOR/DME 116.6 PDK Chan 113 N33°52.54' W84°17.93' 284° 11.1 NM to fid. 970/2W. 
(T)TACAN Chan 77 DOB (113.0) N33°54.88' W84°30.44' at fid. 1008/3W. NOTAM FILE MCN. Monitored 
Thu 1300-1500Zt. No NOTAM MP Thu 1100-1500Z:t.. 
TACAN unusable: 

316°-325° byd 11 NM 326°-315° byd 20 NM bio 3,500'. 

ILS 109.7 l-DJR Rwy 11. No NOTAM MP Tue-Wed 1100-1500Z:t. 
ILS 111.35 l-VRW Rwy 29. GS unusable byd 5° right of course. Back course unusable. 
ASR/PAR (1200-0400Zt) 

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



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DDNALSONVILLE MUNI (17J) IS UTC-5(-4DT) N31°00.42' W84°52.66 
148 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 18-36: H5182X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.3% up N 
RWV 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWV 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Brush. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 18-36 and PAPI Rwy 18 and 
Rwy 36 opr continuously from dusk-0400Z:t, after 
0400Z:t— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® CAIRNS APP/DEP CON 125.4 (Sun-Mon 1200-0500Z:t, Tue-Sat 24 

firs), other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MAI. 

MARIANNA (L)VORTAC 114.0 MAI Chan 87 N30°47.17' 
W85°07.47' 044° 18.4 NM to fid. 120/00E. 



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DOUGLAS MUNI (DQH) 2 S UTC-5(-4DT) N31 o 28.60' W82°51.63 
257 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 04-22: H6000X100 (ASPH) S-26 MIRL 
RWV 04: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0TCH 26'. Trees. 
RWV 22: PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.5°TCH 31'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

04-22, PAPI Rwy 04 and Rwy 22 and MALSR Rwy 04— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.075 (912) 383-7258 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 

SCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AMG. 
ALMA (H)VORTAC 115.1 AMG Chan 98 N31°32.19' 

W82°30.49' 259° 18.4 NM to fid. 200/00E. HIWAS. 
COFFEE CO NDB (MHW) 390 OWC N31°24.29' W82°55.43' 
040° 5.4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. NDB unmonitored 
2300-1300ZJ:. 
ILS 108.7 l-DQH Rwy 04. Class IA. 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-9B, 12F, L-24H 

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DR. CP SAVAGE SR. (see montezuma) 



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DUBLIN 



W H 'BUD' BARRON (DBN) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N32 33.87' W82°59.12' ATLANTA 

309 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE MCN H-9B, 12F, L-18J 

RWY 02-20: H6002X150 (ASPH) S-30, D-53 HIRL 0.3% up N IAP 

RWY 02: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 48'. Brush. 

RWY 20: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

RWY 14-32: H5004X100 (ASPH) S-28, D-44 

RWY 14: Tree. RWY 32: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2300Z:t; Sun 

1500-2300Z:t. Self svc fuel avbl 24 firs with credit card. Deer on 
and invof arpt. ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 02— CTAF. HIRL Rwy 02-20 
opr continuously dusk-0300Z:t, after 0300Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.425 (478) 277-9051. HIWAS 

113.1 DBN. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 (bio 7000') 119.6 (7000' and abv) 
(1115-0500Z:t) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 123.95 (0500-1115Z:L-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

DUBLIN (L)VORTAC 113.1 DBN Chan 78 N32°33.81' 
W82°49.80' 275° 7.9 NM to fid. 300/05W. 
HIWAS. 
CREKE NDB (MHW/LOM) 251 DB N32°29.03' W83°00.57' 

028° 5.1 NM to fid. NDB unmonitored 2300-1300Z:t Mon-Fri, 2300-1500Z1; Sat-Sun. 
ILS/DME 109.1 l-DBN Chan 28 Rwy 02. Class IB. LOM CREKE NDB. ILS unmonitored 2300-1300Z:t 
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(L)VORTAC 113.1 DBN Chan 78 275° 7.9 NM to W H 'Bud' Barron. 300/05W. 
HIWAS. 
VOR portion unusable: 

215°-285° byd 10 NM bio 3500'. 
001°-139° byd 33 NM 
001°-139° bio 4000' 
RCO 122.6 122. 1R 113.1T (MACON RADIO) 



ATLANTA 
H-9B, 12F, L-18J, 24H 



EARLY CO (See BLAKELY) 



EASTMAN N32-08.05' W83°09.24' NOTAM FILE MCN 

NDB(MHW)366 EZM 019° 5.0 NM to Heart of Georgia Rgnl. 



ATLANTA 
L-18J 



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EASTMAN 



N32°12.98' W83°07.72' 



HEART OF GEORGIA RGNL <ezm> 3e utc-5(-4dt) 

304 B FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 02-20: H6506X100 (ASPH) S-75, D-120 HIRL 

RWV 02: MALSR. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 23'. 

RWV 20: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 28'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2300Z4:, Sun 

1800-2300Zt. 24 hr self-fueling with credit card. PAEW adjacent 

to all rwys and twys. Flight training in area. Rotating ben ops 

dusk-0500Z:L\ HIRL Rwy 02-20 preset med ints and PAPI Rwy 02 

and Rwy 20 opr continuously dusk-0300Z:t-; to increase ints HIRL 

Rwy 02-20 and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 20 and MALSR Rwy 02— CTAF. 

After 0300Zt, ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 02-20, PAPI Rwy 02 and Rwy 

20, REIL Rwy 20 and MALSR Rwy 02— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.425 (478) 374-9979. Ceiling 

OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.55 ATIS 119.425 UNICOM 123.0 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 (bio 7000') 119.6 (7000' and abv) 
(1115-0500Z1;) 

TOWER 124.55 (Mon-Fri 1500-2100Zt) END CON 121.175 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 (0500-1115Zt) 

GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS sve Mon-Fri 1500-2100Z:t. other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

VIENNA (L)VORTAC 115.5 VNA Chan 112 N32°12.81' W83°29.84' 088° 18.8 NM to fid. 

EASTMAN NDB(MHW) 366 EZM N32°08.05' W83°09.24' 019° 5.1 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.55 l-HUV Rwy 02. 



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ELBERTON 

ELBERT CO-PATZ FLD (27A) 2 e utc-5(-4dt) 

603 B FUEL 100LL, MOGAS NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 10-28: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 10: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.75° TCH 42'. Trees. 

RWV 28: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.75° TCH 39'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2300Z4:, Sun 

1800-2300Zt. PAEW adjacent Rwy 10-28 1200-2100Z4:. Deer 

on and invof arpt. MIRL Rwy 10-28 opr — CTAF 24 hrs. PAPI Rwy 

10 and Rwy 28 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.15 (706) 283-8133. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 127.5 (1115-0300Z:t.) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.5 (0300-1115Z:L-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

ELECTRIC CITV (L) VORTACW 108.6 ELW Chan 23 N34°25.15' 
W82°47.08' 185° 19.5 NM to fid. 736/00E. 



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ELLIJAY 



GILMER CO (49A) 4S UTC-5(-4DT) N34°37.69' W84°31.60' 
1486 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 03-21: H3500X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-41 MIRL 

RWV 03: Trees. RWY 21: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 24 hr credit card svc avbl. ACTIVATE 

MIRL Rwy 03-21— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

HARRIS (L)VORTACW 109.8 HRS Chan 35 N34°56.58' 
W83°54.94' 238° 35.6 NM to fid. 3660/00E. 
HIWAS. 




EMANUEL CO (see swainsboro) 



EMORY N33°27.77' W81°59.81' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDB (HW) 385 EMR 168° 5.8 NM to Augusta Rgnl at Bush Fid. Unmonitored when AGS twr clsd. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-241 



FENIX N32°27.12' W85°02.52' NOTAM FILE CSG. 

NDB(L0M)355 CS 056° 6.5 NM to Columbus Metropolitan. (Unmonitored). 



ATLANTA 
L-181 



FITZGERALD MUNI (FZG) 2 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N31°41.03' W83°16.25 
365 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 01-19: H5000X98 (ASPH) D-28 MIRL 

RWY 01: ODALS. VASI(V4L). Trees. RWY 19: VASI(V4L). Trees 

RWY 15-33: 2984X300 (TURF) 1.0% up NW 

RWY 15: Trees. RWY 33: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Z:t, Sun 

1400-2200Z:t. PAEW adjacent Rwy 01-19. Rwy 15-33 thlds 

marked with white tires. MIRL Rwy 01-19 and VASI Rwys 01-19 

preset med ints dusk-0300Z:t, after 0300Zt ACTIVATE —CTAF. 

ACTIVATE ODALS Rwy 01— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.625 (229) 426-5072. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 

GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

VIENNA (L)VORTAC 116.5 VNA Chan 112 N32°12.81' 
W83°29.84' 159° 33.7 NM to fid. 300/01E. 

NDB(MHW)362 SUR N31°36.78' W83°17.44' 017° 4.4 
NM to fid. 

ILS 111.1 l-FQR Rwy 01. LOC only. 



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NDB (MHW/LOM) 344 FT 082° 6 NM to Fulton Co Arpt-Brown Fid. NDB unusable byd 12NM. 



ATLANTA 
L-181, A 



FLOWERY BRANCH N34°i2.20' w83°54.38' notam file mcn. 

NDB(MHW)365 FKV 047° 5.7 NM to Lee Gilmer Meml. 



ATLANTA 
L-18J 



FLOYD N34°17.93' W85°09.85' NOTAM FILE RMG. 

NDB (MHW) 388 OYD 008° 3.1 NM to Richard B. Russell. (Unmonitored indef) 



ATLANTA 
L-181 



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FOLKSTON 

DAVIS FLD (3J6) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N30°47.78' W82°01.69' JACKSONVILLE 

68 B TPA— 1068(1000) NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 18-36: H2500X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 18: Trees. RWY 36: Thld dsplcd 650'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Lgtd 272' AGL twr 1000' W. Rwy 18-36 cracked badly, faded and grass in cracks. 

MIRL Rwy 18-36 preset low ints dusk-0130Z:L\ After 0130Zt ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

FOOTHILLS N34°41.75' W83°17.86' NOTAM FILE AND. ATLANTA 

(H)VDRTAC 113.4 ODF Chan 81 179° 6.1 NM to Toccoa RG Letourneau Fid. 1700/00E. H-9B, L-256 

RCO 122. 1R 113. 4T (ANDERSON RADIO) 



FORT BENNING (see lawson aaf) 



FORT STEWART (HINESVILLE) 

WRIGHT AAF (FORT STEWARTVMIDCOAST RGNL (lhw> (klhw) civ/mil 3 ne Jacksonville 

UTC-5(-4DT) N31°53.30' W81°33.70' H-9B, 12F, L-24H 

45 B FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE LHW DIAP, AD 

RWV 06L-24R: H5007X100 (ASPH) PCN 33 F/A/W/T HIRL 

RWV 06L: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 46'. Trees. Rgt tfc. RWV 24R: Trees. 

RWV 15L-33R: H5002X150 (ASPH) PCN 15 F/A/W/T HIRL 

RWV 15L: Trees RWV 33R: ODALS. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 65'. Trees. 

RWV 06R-24L: H2610X100 (ASPH) PCN 12 F/A/W/T 

RWV 06R: Trees . RWY 24L: Trees . 

RWV 15R-33L: H2520X100 (ASPH) PCN 18 F/B/W/T 0.3% up NW 

RWV 1 5R: Trees . RWY 33L: Trees . 

MILITARY SERVICE: FUEL J8 avbl FBO, C912-877-4359 (NC 100LL) Mon-Fri 1300-0600Z:t., except holidays, other 
times 24 hr PPR. Tran fuel PPR, etc Base OPS DSN 475-3065/66. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1200-OOOOZt, Sat-Sun 1300Z-2200Z:L- except holidays. Rwy 15R-33L and Rwy 
06R-24L CLOSED to fixed wing acft. R3005 1.4 NM NW of afld. Extensive rotary wing training minimum Igt 
SS-SR. Skid run-on Idg rstd to Rwy 15R-33L, and Rwy 06R-24L. Deer and pig hazard. Ctc twr prior to entering 
Class D Airspace. Twy D and Twy E non-movement areas clsd to fixed wing takeoff and landing. Rotary wing use 
with prior approval. Antenna 5' high 300' from apch end Rwy 33R lgtd. Lgtd antenna 120' V4 NM SW of afld. 
Expect high personnel/equipment activity between hangar and tran ramp. TPA — Rotary Wing 745(700), fixed 
wing 1545(1500). Fixed wing rgt tfc Rwy 06L, 33R. No overflight of cantonment area or city of Hinesville bio 
1000' AGL. When twr and Marne radio both clsd ACTIVATE HIRL, PAPI, ODAL Rwy 33R, HIRL, PAPI Rwy06L, Twy 
A, B, and C— CTAF. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1100-0300Zt except hoi. RSTD All Mil PPR and Mil tran acft ctc Base OPS DSN 
475-3066/65, C912-435-3065/66. Rotary wing acft pilots planning to conduct opr within R3005 must receive 
a range briefing prior to any opr. Briefing shall be accomplished at least 4 hrs prior to fit on the reservation. 
Aviators briefed in the last 6 months may receive a telephonic up-date briefing. Ctc, Hunter AAF OPS DSN 
729-2523/6207, Mon-Fri 1200-OlOOZt.. MISC For range info monitor 239.025. Mooring/tie-down straps not 
avbl. Trees rstd visibility from NE thru SE and NW to % sm. Trees rstd visibility SW to % sm. No skid equipped 
acft permitted on black asph apron south of Twy B and Twy C. Auto AN/FMQ-19 ASOS in use located 1000' 
south of midfield Rwy 06L augmented during airfield opr hrs for tornado, funnel cloud, waterspout, hail or 
ATC/wx personnel suspect unreliable obsn. ASOS obsn avbl 24 hrs at DSN 475-3087, C912-435-3087. KSVN 
forcaster avbl Mon 0300Zt.-Sat 0300ZT- exc holidays. DSN 729-5467, C912-315-5467 or 26 OWS 24 hrs DSN 
781-1220, C318-456-1220. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.25 ATIS 118.475 PTD 276.025 

MARNE RADIO 127.35 279.625 41.3 (Mon 1230Zt-Fri 0400Z:t, Sat-Sun 1230-0400Z:t, exc holidays) 
® SAVANNAH APP/DEP CON 120.4 353.775 (1100-0500Zt), other times ctc 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.85 322.5 

TOWER 126.25 269.275 (Mon-Fri 1230-0400ZT., except holidays) GND CON 121.7 273.575 

BASE OPS 38.7 Opr Mon-Fri 1100-0300Zt, except holidays RANGE RADIO 239.025 FLT FLW 127.35 279.625 
41.3 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1230-0400Zt, except holidays other times CLASS G. 

RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SVN. 

HUNTER (T)V0R/DME 111.6 SVN Chan 53 N32°00.72' W81°08.45' 253° 22.7 NM to fid. 40/2W 
DME unusable: 

195°-200° bio 1,800' 201°-225 ° bio 1,800' 

MCINTOSH NDB (MHW) 263 MOQ N31°49.83' W81°30.59' 327° 4.4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 
ASR 

COMM/NAVAVEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. Twr will open for JOSAC missions. DSN 
870-3010/2133. When Base OPS clsd, ctc Hunter Base OPS DSN 729-5110. See FLIP AP/1 Fit Hazards and 
Supplementary Arpt Remark. When twr CLOSED monitor CTAF 126.25 alternate 269.275. 



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FRANKLIN CO (see canon) 



FULTON CO ARPT-BROWN FLD (see Atlanta) 



GAINESVILLE N34°16.76' W83°49.49' 

RCO 122.55 (MACON RADIO) at Lee Gilmer Meml. 



ATLANTA 

L-18J 



GAINESVILLE 



LEE GILMER MEML (GVL) OS UTC-5(-4DT) N34°16.36' W83°49.81 
1276 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X1 NOTAM FILE GVL 
RWY 05-23: H5500X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-20 HIRL 0.8% up SW 
RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. 
RWY 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Thld dsplcd 400'. Trees. 
RWY 11-20: H4001X100 (ASPH) S-20 0.3% up NW 

RWY 11: Trees. RWY 29: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. 24 hr self svc fuel with credit 
card. Deer on and invof all rwys. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 05-23 and 
REIL Rwy 05— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 126.475 (770) 532-4687. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 
GAINESVILLE RCO 122.55 (MACON RADIO) 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 132.475 (1115-0500Z:t.) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.5 (0500-1115Zfl 
CLNC DEL 134.8 (0500-1115ZJ;) 
GCO 121.725 (ATLANTA APP/DEP) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AHN. 
ATHENS (H)VORTAC 109.6 AHN Chan 33 N33°56.86' 
W83°19.49' 308° 31.8 NM to fid. 790/00E. HIWAS. 
FLOWERY BRANCH NDD (MHW) 365 FKV N34°12.20' W83°54.38' 

045° 5.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 
ILS/DME 110.55 l-GVL Chan 42(Y) Rwy 05. 

LOC unusable byd 25° left of course. GS unusable 4° left of course. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Cine del provided by Gainsville RCO on frequency 122.55 (1115-0500ZJ;) 



ATLANTA 

H-9B, 12F, L-181 

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GILMER CO (SeeELLIJAY) 



GREENE CO RGNL (see greensboro) 



N33°35.88' W83°08.30' 



GREENSBORO 

GREENE CO RGNL (3J7) 3 ne utc-5(-4dtj 

677 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 

RWY 07-25: H5500X75 (ASPH) S-33, D-50, DT-80 MIRL 

RWY 07: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 100'. Trees. 

RWY 25: PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:t. Self fuel with credit card 

avbl 24 hrs, call 706-453-2715. Fuel svc avb! 1300-2200Z:t. 

PAPI Rwy 07 and Rwy 25 opr continuously and MIRL Rwy 07-25 

preset medium ints dusk-dawn, to increase ints or ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 07-25— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 124.525 (706) 453-0017. Wind 

unreliable. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 127.5 (1115-0500Z:t) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.5 (0500-1115ZJ;) 

GCO 121.725 (MACON RADIO) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AHN. 

ATHENS (H)VORTAC 109.6 AHN Chan 33 N33°56.86' 
W83°19.49' 156° 22.9 NM to fid. 790/00E. HIWAS. 

JUNNE NDB (MHW/LOM) 353 VV N33°38.77' W83°01.25' 
6.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 

ILS/DME 110.9 l-VVM Chan 46 Rwy 25. LOC only. 



ATLANTA 

H-9B, 12F, L-181 

IAP 



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LOM 
JUNNE NDB. LOC unusable inside 1.4 DME/0.5 NM from thld. LOC/DME unmonitored 2300-1300ZJ;. 



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GRIFFIN— SPALDING CO (6A2) 1 S UTC-5(-4DT) N33°13.62' W84°16.50 
958 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1800(842) NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 14-32: H3701X75 (ASPH) S-26, D-30 MIRL 0.6% up NW 
RWV 14: REIL. Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 

RWV 32: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Thld dsplcd 200'. Pole 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2000Zt., Sat-Sun 

1300-2300Zt. 24 hr self-service fuel avbl. MIRL Rwy 14-32 and 
PAPI Rwy 32 preset low ints dusk-dawn, to incr ints — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.75 (770) 227-3934. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 128.575 CLNC DEL 128.575 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ATL. 
ATLANTA (H)VORTAC 115.9 ATL Chan 115 N33°37.75' 

W84°26.11' 162° 25.4 NM to fid. 1000/00E. 
GRIFFIN NDB (MHW) 412 JHH N33°11.06' W84°13.66' 

321° 3.5 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 



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GWNET N34-01.20' W83°51.77' NOTAM FILE LZU. 

NDB(L0M)419 TX 245° 5.5 NM to Gwinnett Co-Brisco Fid. 



ATLANTA 
L-18J.A 



HABERSHAM CO (see cornelia) 



HAMPTON 

CLAYTON CO TARA FLD (4A7) 3W UTC-5(-4DT) N33°23.35 j W84°19 

874 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 06-24: H4503X75 (ASPH) S-30, DT-45 MIRL 0.5% up NE 
RWV 06: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 24: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.45° TCH 65'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1230-2230ZJ;. Deer on and invof arpt. 
Acrobatic training and demonstration area SW of arpt. Fuel 24 hr 
self serve with credit card. Fuel call out avbl. Aircraft overnight 
parking fee. Acft parking fee required on major race days. MIRL 
ops dusk-dawn only. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 06-24, PAPI Rwy 06 and 
Rwy 24 and REIL Rwy 06— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 124.825 (770) 707-1719. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 128.575 CLNC DEL 128.575 
GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ATL. 
ATLANTA (H)VORTAC 116.9 ATL Chan 116 N33°37.75' 
W84°26.11' 160° 15.3 NM to fid. 1000/OOE. 




HARRIS N34°56.58' W83°54.94' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

(L)VORTACW 109.8 HRS Chan 35 217° 6.6 NM to Blairsville. 3660/00E. HIWAS. 
RCO 122.35 (MACON RADIO) 



ATLANTA 
H-9B, L-25B 



HARRIS CO 



(See PINE MOUNTAIN) 



HARTSFIELD-JACKSON ATLANTA INTL (see Atlanta) 



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HAWKINSVILLE— PULASKI CO (51A) 2E UTC-5(-4DT) N32 o 17.01' W83°26.31' ATLANTA 

270 B NOTAM FILE MCN L-18J 

RWV 10-28: H3000X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 10: Trees. RWY 28: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer on and invof arpt. MIRL Rwy 10-28 preset on med ints dusk-0400Zt; to 

increase ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. After 0400Z:f ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

VIENNA (L)VORTAC 116.5 VNA Chan 112 N32°12.81' W83°29.84' 034° 5.2 NM to fid. 300/01E. 



HAZLEHURST (AZE) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N31°53.08' W82°38.84 
255 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 14-32: H4508X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.5% up SE 
RWY 14: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Tree. 
RWY 32: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z:t, Sat 

1400-2300Z:t\ Self serve fuel with credit card. Arpt phone afte 
hrs 912-375-7381. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AMG. 
ALMA (H)VORTAC 115.1 AMG Chan 98 N31°32.19' 
W82°30.49' 341° 22 NM to fid. 200/OOE. HIWAS. 
NDB(MHW)414 AZE N31°52.81' W82°38.84' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. 



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HENRY TIFT MYERS (see tifton) 



HERBERT SMART DOWNTOWN 



(See MACON) 



HOMERVILLE (HOE) 2 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N31°03.36' W82°46.45 
186 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 14-32: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 14: PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWY 32: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 14-32 75 ft wide asph overlay; 
remaining 37% ft width on each side is old asph with loose grvl. 
ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 and MIRL Rwy 14-32— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.725 (912) 487 1253. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® VALDOSTA APP/DEP CON 119.525 (8,000' and abv) 126.6 (bio 8,000' 
(Opr Mon-Thu 1230-0600ZJ;, Fri 1230-0300Zt, clsd Sat, Sun 
and hoi.) other times etc. 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 (sfc to FL230) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AYS. 
WAYCROSS (L)VORTAC 110.2 AYS Chan 39 N31°16.17' 

W82°33.39' 221° 17 NM to fid. 150/00E. 
NDB(MHW) 209 HOE N31°03.33' W82°46.33' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. NDB unmonitored. 



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HUNTER AAF (SVN)(KSVN) A (CG ARNG) 2 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N32 o 00.60' WS1°08.76' ATLANTA 

41 B TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index Ltd. NOTAM FILE MCN Not insp. H-9B, 12F, L-24H 

RWV 10-28: H11375X200 (ASPH) PCN 77 R/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWV 10: REIL. VASI. RWY 28: ALSF1. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT ACTIVATE 3-step apch Igt and HIRL Rwy 10-28, REIL Rwy 10— CTAFwhen twr clsd. 
JASU 3{AF M32A-86) 3{DND CE12 Equivalent) 1(DND CE14 Equivalent) 1(AF M32-95) FOEL J8. Tran fuel PPR, 
etc Base OPS DSN 729-5531. Tran acft may expect delay due to opr mission. OIL 0-156 
TRAN ALERT Limited sve avbl Mon 0400ZT- thru Sat 0400Zi:, except holidays. 
MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. RSTD PPR all trans acft. DSN 729-5110. Twy 1 clsd 
to all P3, C130 and larger acft. CAUTION Wildlife and bird hazard. Mil personnel conducting physical training on fit 
line access road Mon-Fri 1130-1230Z:t. TFC PAT TPA— Fixed Wing 1500(1459), Rotary Wing 1000(959). NS ABTMT 
Procedure in effect. Practice circling apch Category C, D, E not authorized bio 1500'. No overflt of Savannah and 
surrounding populated areas bio 1000' unless on apch to Hunter AAF. MISC Rotary Wing pilots planning to 
conduct opr within R3005 must receive a range briefing prior to opr. Briefing shall be accomplished at least 4 hr 
prior to fit on the reservation. Aviators briefed within the last 6 months may receive phone update. For briefing 
coordination etc DSN 729-2523/6207, C912-315-2523/6207, Mon-Fri 0001-2300Z:t except holidays. Base 
OPS 24 hrs. Auto AN/FMQ-19 in use 24 hrs, forecaster avbl Mon 0300Zt-Sat 0300Z:t excluding hols. Wx/vis 
obsn rstd. KSVN forecaster DSN 729-5467, C912-315-5467 or 26 OWS (24 hrs) DSN 781-1220, 
C318-456-1220. Compass rose OTS. 

ARNG Base OPS etc DSN 729-7182/6534, C912-315-7182/6534. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.975 279.575 ATIS 127.525 323.125 (Mon 1130Z:t through Fri OlOOZit. CLOSED 
Federal Holidays) PTD7BASE OPS 126.2 
® SAVANNAH APP/DEP CON 125.3 120.4 118.4 371.875 353.775 (1100-0400Z:t), other times etc 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.85 322.5 
TOWER 124.975 279.575 285.425 46.7 (Mon 1130Zi: through Fri 0100Z:t. CLOSED federal holidays) other times 
etc Savannah APP 127.65. If Savannah APP clsd etc JAX CENTER 127.65. 

GND CON 121.8 291.675 GCA 143.2 317.475 (Mon 1130-0300Z:l and Fri 1130-0100Z:t) 

PMSV METRO 309.0 (Auto AN/FMQ-19 in use. KSVN forecasters avbl, Sun-Fri 0200Zi:-0100Z:t, clsd Federal 
hoi.) 

ARNG OPS 139.4 38.15 USCG SAVANNAH AIR 345.0 5692 (5692 Single Sideband) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon 1130ZJ: through Fri 0100Z:t, clsd federal holidays, other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SVN. 
(T)V0RW/DME 111.6 SVN Chan 53 N32°00.72' W81°08.45' at fid. 40/2W. Unmonitored Sat-Mon and 
hoi 0200-1230Z:t. Mil use only. 
DME unusable: 

195-200° bio 1,800' 201°-225° bio 1,800' 

WASSA NDB (LOM) 335 SV N32°00.54' W80°59.20' 277° 8.2 NM to fid. Unmonitored Sat-Mon and hoi 

0200-1200Zi;. 
ILS/DME 109.5 l-SVN Chan 32 Rwy 28. Class IT. LOM WASSA NDB. 
ASR/PAR (Mon-Thu 1130-0300Z:t, Fri 0730-0100ZI, except holidays 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



JACKSON CO (See JEFFERSON) 



JASPER 

PICKENS CO (JZP) 2 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°27.21' W84°27.43' 
1535 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 16-34: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-14 MIRL 0.7% up S 

RWY 16: PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Trees. 

RWY 34: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 29'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. Extensive student training 

Atlanta 340° 45 NM— Atlanta 355° 49NM; 3000-9000 ft; 

1700-2230Z1;. MIRL Rwy 16-34 preset on low ints dusk-0500Zi: 

to increase ints and ACTIVATE after 0500Z}.— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-A 285. OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.1 

GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICE) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' 
W85°07.17' 061° 37.2 NM to fid. 1150/01E. HIWAS. 



ATLANTA 

H-9A, 12F, L-181 

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JEFFERSON 



JACKSON CO (19A) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N34°10.55' W83°33.70' 
951 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 17-35: H5210X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-43 MIRL 0.4% up S 
RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. Trees. 
RWY 35: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Zi:. Self service fuel 
avbl 24 firs with credit card. PAEW invof Rwy 17-35. Deer on and 
invof arpt. MIRL Rwy 17-35 preset on low ints dusk-0300Z:f., to 
increase ints and ACTIVATE after 0300Z:t.— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.125 (706) 367-1607. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 132.475 (bio 7000') 

127.5 (abv 7000') (0200-0915Z1:) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.5 (0915-0200Z1;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AHN. 
ATHENS (H)VORTAC 109.6 AHN Chan 33 N33°56.86' 
W83°19.49' 319° 18.1 NM to fid. 790/00E. HIWAS. 
COMMERCE NDB (MHW) 244 DDA N34°03.73' W83°31.26' 
346° 7.1 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. NDB unmonitored. 



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NDB(L0M)275 BQ 069° 4.3 NM to Brunswick Golden Isles. 



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L-24H 



JEKYLL ISLAND (09J) 6 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N31°04.47' W81°25.67' 
11 B NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 18-36: H3715X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 
RWY 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2100Z1;. Rotating ben located on 
top of a water tank 1 /2-l mile northeast of Rwy 18, in a swampy 
area. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SSI. 

BRUNSWICK (L)VORTAC 109.8 SSI Chan 35 N31°03.03' 
W81°26.76' 037° 1.7 NM to fid. 10/04W. 




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JESUP-WAYNE CO (JES) 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N31 33.24' W81°52.95 
107 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 11-29: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-21.5 MIRL 0.7% up W 
RWV 11: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5°TCH 42'. Trees. 
RWV 29: MALSF. PAPI(P2L)— TCH 55'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 11-29, PAPI Rwy 11 and Rwy 29 and MALSF Rwy 29— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-A 340 JES. OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AMG. 
ALMA (H)VORTAC 115.1 AMG Chan 98 N31°32.19' 

W82°30.49' 088° 32.1 NM to fid. 200/00E. HIWAS. 
SLOVER NDB (MHW) 340 JES N31°33.15' W81°53.22' at fid. 
AWOS-A. NOTAM FILE MCN. 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-9B, 12F, L-24H 

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JUNNE N33°38.77' W83°01.25' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 353 VV 249° 6.6 NM to Greene Co Rgnl. 



ATLANTA 
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KAOLIN FLD 



(See SANDERSVILLE) 



ATLANTA 

H-9A, 1 ZF, L— 181 

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LAFAYETTE 

BARWICK LAFAYETTE (9A5) IS UTC-5(-4DT) N34°41.31' W85°17.42 
777 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 02-20: H5350X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWV 02: PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.5" TCH 39'. Trees. 

RWV 20: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 38'. Thld dsplcd 450'. Railroad. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2200Z:t. Deer on and invof 

rwy and arpt. MIRL Rwy 02-20 preset med ints, to incr ints and 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20 and PAPI Rwy 02 and Rwy 20— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.775 (706) 639-1976. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

CHATTANOOGA APP/DEP CON 125.1 (1100-0450Z:t) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.8 (0450-1100Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHA. 

CHOO CHOO (H)VORTAC 115.8 GQO Chan 105 N34°57.68' 
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LAGRANGE-CALLAWAY (lgc) 3 sw utc-5(-4dt) N33°oo.53' W85°04.36 

693 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 1+ TPA— 1700(1007) NOTAM FILE LGC 
RWY 13-31: H5600X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-100, DT-100 MIRL 

RWY 13: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5°TCH 52'. 

RWY 31: MALSR. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0°TCH 43'. 
RWY 03-21: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-45, D-50 0.3% up NE 

RWY 03: Trees. RWY 21: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-OlOOZt-, Sat-Sun 

1300-2300ZJ:. Deer on and invof arpt. Glider ops on and invof 

arpt during dalgt hrs Sat-Sun. MIRL Rwy 13-31 and REIL Rwy 13 

preset on low ints; to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. ACTIVATE 

MALSR Rwy 31, PAPI Rwys 13 and 31 and twy Igts— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 126.325 (706) 845-0677. HIWAS 

115.6 LGC. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.975 

RCO 122. 1R 115. 6T (MACON RADIO) 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 125.5 (bio 7000') 126.55 (7000' & abv) 
(1115-0500Z:t) CLNC DEL 119.25 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.45 (0500-1115Z:t) 
CLNC DEL 120.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

(H)VORTAC 115.6 LGC Chan 103 N33°02.95' W85°12.37 
109° 7.2 NM to fid. 790/01E. HIWAS. 

ILS 110.9 l-GNK Rwy 31. Class IA. Glide Slope unusable byd 5° left of localizer 
0100-1300ZJ:. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: AW0S-3 ceiling unreliable. 




course. ILS unmonitored 



LAWRENCEVILLE 

GWINNETT CO— BRISCOE FLD <lzu) 2 ne utc-5(4dt) n33°58.68' ws3°57.74' 

1061 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 TPA— See Remarks 

NOTAM FILE LZU 
RWY 07-25: H6000X100 (ASPH) S-45, D-60 HIRL 0.5% up W 
RWY 07: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWY 25: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 48'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. TPA for Igt acft 2100(1039), 
TPA for jet and turbo prop acft 2600(1539). Twy T has NSTD 
marking, does not meet Design GP II std. When twr clsd HIRL Rwy 
07-25 preset on low ints, to increase and ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 
25— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 (770) 339-7753. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.1 ATIS 132.275 
UNICOM 123.05 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 126.975 CLNC DEL 134.0 (When twr clsd) 
TOWER 124.1 (1200-0200Z:t) GND CON 121.8 
CLNC DEL 121.8. 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0200Z t other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ATL. 
ATLANTA (H)VORTAC 116.9 ATL Chan 116 N33°37.75' 

W84°26.11' 048° 31.6 NM to fid. 1000/00E. 
GWNET NDB (LOM) 419 TX N34°01.20' W83°51.77' 246° 5.6 

NM to fid. 
ILS 109.95 l-TXP Rwy 25. Class IB. LOM GWNET NDB. Localizer unmonitored. GS 
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LAWSON AAF (FORT BENNING) (LSF)(KLSF) A 5 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N32°19.91' W84°59.23' ATLANTA 

232 B TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE LSF Not insp. H-HA, L-181 

RWV 15-33: H10000X150 (ASPH) PCN 81 R/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWV 15: Rgt tfc. RWY 33: SALSF. Thld dsplcd 700'. 

MILITARY SERVICE: JASU l(M32A-95) 5(M32A-86) FUEL J8. Refuel svc Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z:t, Sat 1300-2100Z:t, 

OT 2 hr PPR. OIL 0-128-148-156 TRAN ALERT Svc 7 days a week from 1100-0300Z:t. OT 48 hr PPR rqr. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z:t, Sun 1300-2100Z:t, unattended Sat and holidays. RSTD 48 hr 
PPR for all hazardous cargo and 7 day PPR for fixed wing acft except AIR EVAC, and all rotary wing flights of 5 or 
more. Parking ltd. 7 day PPR for parking and remain overnight. DSN 835-3524, 0706-545-3524, 24 hr. CAUTION 
Extensive troop carrier opr. Parachute drops at 1550' within 2 1 /2 NM of arpt. Extensive helicopter opr 
1230-2330Z:t. TFC PAT TPA— fixed wing 1800(1568), 360° overhead 2300(2068), rotary wing 1000(768). MISC 
Wx obsn automated and augmented as required for continuous operation. Remote briefing svc avbl 26 OWS, 
Barksdale AFB, DSN 781-4755, C318-456-4775, FAX DSN 781-3493 or htts://barksdale. af.mil. Forecaster 
duty hrs Mon-Fri 1000-0200Z:t exc holidays. VIP acft etc PTD 45 NM out. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 134.375 (Dur twr operation hrs.) PTD 134.1 245.7 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 125.5 323.1 (bio 7000') 126.55 353.75 (7000' & abv) (Mon-Fri 1200-0400Zfl, other times 
etc ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.45 357.6 
TOWER 119.05 269.525 288.275 (Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z:t, Sun 1300-2100Z+, exc holidays) GND CON 121.7 
254.25 CLNC DEL 121.7 251.15 GCA Opr Mon-Fri 1300-2100Z:t (E) 121.05 307.325 PMSV METRO 343.2 
BASE OPS 134.1 245.7 DOUGHBOY ADVISORY 138.325 134.1 244.6 245.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z:t, Sun 1300-2100Z:t, exc holidays other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LSF. 

(T1V0RW/DME 111.4 LSF Chan 51 N32°19.94' W84°59.60' at fid. 250/2W. 

VOR unusable 161°-169° all distances and altitudes. 181°-214° byd 15 NM. 
NDB (MHW) 335 AWS N32°17.59' W85°01.40' 040° 3 NM to fid. 
ILS 110.7 l-LSF Rwy 33. Back course unusable. 
ASR (Mon-Fri 1300-2100Zfl 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar See Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. Contact Airport Advisory Service on twr 
frequency prior to Idg. 



LEE GILMER MEML (See Gainesville) 



LINDBERGH N32°10.47' W84°06.49' NOTAM FILE MCN. ATLANTA 

NDB (MHW) 242 LKG 230° 5.2 NM to Souther Fid. L-18J 

LOUISVILLE MUNI (2J3) 2 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N32 59.16' W82°23.09' ATLANTA 

328 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN H-9B, 12F, L-241 

RWY 13-31: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-26 MIRL 

RWY 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 25'. Trees. RWY 31: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 20'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 13-31 and PAPI Rwy 13 and Rwy 31— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

DUBLIN (L)VORTAC 113.1 DBN Chan 78 N32°33.81' W82°49.80' 047° 33.9 NM to fid. 300/05W. HIWAS. 



LOWER CHATTAHOOCHEE RGNL (see cuthbert) 



LUMPKIN CO-WIMPYS (see dahlonega) 



MACON N32°41.47' W83°38.83' NOTAM FILE MCN. ATLANTA 

(H)VORTAC 114.2 MCN Chan 89 at Middle Georgia Rgnl. 381/01E. H-9B, 12F, L-18J 

VOR portion unusable 085°-099°. VOR unusable 240°-280°. 
RCO 122.4 122.2 122. 1R. 122.0 (MACON RADIO) 



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MACON DOWNTOWN (MAC) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N32 49.33' W83°33.72 
437 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X3,4 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 10-28: H4696X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY 10: VASI(V4R). Trees. RWY 28: VASI(V4L). Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 15-33: H3614X75 (ASPH) S-20 1.1% up NW 

RWY 15: Thld dsplcd 1000'. Trees. RWY 33: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1230-0400ZT-. 825'MSL radio twr 
located approximately 1 mile SE of arpt near AER 33. Phone 
ahead for special request. Call out fees after hrs. ACTIVATE MIRL 
Rwy 10-28 and VASI Rwy 10 and Rwy 28 — CTAF. Ldg fee for 
certain services. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 (bio 7000') 119.6 (7000' and abv) 
(1115-0500Zt-) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.5 (0500-1115Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

(H)VORTAC 114.2 MCN Chan 89 N32°41.47' 

W83°38.83' 028° 9 NM to fid. 381/01E. 
ILS 111.9 l-MAC Rwy 10. (LOC only) LOC unusable byd 
18° N of centerline. 




UTC-5(-4DT) 
TPA— 1154(800) 



N32°41.57' W83°38.95' 
Class I, ARFF Index A 



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ASDA-5221 
ASDA-5001 
ASDA-6426 
ASDA-5001 



LDA-6221 
LDA-5001 
LDA-6426 
LDA-5001 



MIDDLE GEORGIA RGNL ( mcn, as 

354 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 05-23: H6501X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 

DT-237 HIRL 0.4% up NE 

RWY 05: MALSR. Trees. 

RWY 23: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RWY 13-31: H5000X150 (ASPH-CONC) S- 

DT-110 MIRL 

RWY 13: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 31: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 58'. Railroad. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 05: T0RA-6501 TODA-6501 

RWY 13: T0RA-5001 TODA-5001 

RWY 23: T0RA-6501 TODA-6501 

RWY 31: T0RA-5001 TODA-5001 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1000-0300Z:t. For svc after hrs etc 

MACON FSS. Robins AFB class D airspace .4 mile SE of departure 

end of Rwy 13. VFR acft departure Rwy 13 between 0100-1300Z:t 

are advised to etc Robins ATCT 133.22 prior to departure. Deer on 

and invof the arpt. PAEW adjacent to the movement areas from 

April 1 to November 1 for grass cutting. Rwy 23 turn around area 

CLOSED indef. ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 23, HIRL Rwy 05-23, REIL Rwy 13 and Rwy 31, MIRL Rwy 13-31 ; 

Igts— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 120.775 avbl 0100-1300Z:t. (478) 784-8825. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 128.2 ATIS 120.775 UNICOM 122.95 

MACON RCO 122.0 122. 1R 122.2 122.4 (MACON RADIO). 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 (bio 7000') 119.6 (7000' and abv) (1115-0500Z:t) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.5 (0500-1115Z:t) 

MACON TOWER 128.2 (1300-0100Z:t) GND CON 121.65 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1300-OlOOZt other times CLASS E. 

TRSA svc etc APP CON 20 NM out 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

MACON (H)VORTAC 114.2 MCN Chan 89 N32°41.47' W83°38.83' at fid. 381/01E. 

ILS 109.5 l-MCN Rwy 05. Class IE. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Ctc Macon Radio for airport advisory service on 128.2 when twr is clsd. 




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MADISON MUNI (52A) 2 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N33°36.73' W83°27.63 
694 B S8 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 14-32: H3806X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 1.5% up SE 
RWV 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA3.0°TCH 32'. Trees. 
RWV 32: Thld dsplcd 1131'. Fence. Rgt tfo. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2000Z:t, Sun 
1400-1700Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32 and PAPI 
Rwy 14— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 127.5 (1115-0500Z:t) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.5 (0500-1115Zt-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AHN. 
ATHENS (H)VORTAC 109.5 AHN Chan 33 N33°56.86' 
W83°19.49' 199° 21.2 NM tofld. 790/OOE. HIWAS. 




MALCOLM McKINNON (see Brunswick) 


MARION CO (See BUENA VISTA) 


MAVIS N32°07.79' W81°19.89' NOTAM FILE SAV. 

NDB (LOM) 368 SA 097° 6.6 NM to Savannah/Hilton Head Intl. 


CHARLOTTE 
I-24H 


MCINTOSH N31°49.83' W81°30.59' NOTAM FILE MCN 

NDB (MHW) 263 MOQ 327° 4.4 NM to Wright AAF (Fort Stewart)/Midcoast Rgnl. 


JACKSONVILLE 
L-24H 


McRAE N32°05.68' W82°53.03' NOTAM FILE MCN 

NDB (MHW) 280 MQW at Telfair-Wheeler. Unmonitored. 


ATLANTA 
L-24H 



McRAE 

TELFAIR-WHEELER (mqwj 3 ne 

202 B NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 03-21: H4030X75 (ASPH) S-30 
RWV 03: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34' 
RWV 21: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39' 



UTC-5(-4DT) N32°05.75' W82°52.80' 

MIRL 0.4%upSW 
Trees. 
Trees. 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Unlgtd 413' MSL twr 3.5 miles W. For 
MIRL Rwy 03-21 opr dusk-0300Z:t; after 0300Z:t 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

DUBLIN (L)VORTAC 113.1 DBN Chan 78 N32°33.81' 
W82°49.80' 190° 28.1 NM to fid. 300/05W. HIWAS. 
McRAE NDB (MHW) 280 MQW N32°05.68' W82°53.03' 
at fid. Unmonitored. 




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METTER MUNI (MHP) 2 S UTC-5(-4DT) N32 22.44' W82°04.89 
197 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 10-28: H5002X75 (ASPH) S-19 MIRL 
RWY 10: PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Trees. 
RWY 28: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.35° TCH 29'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 10-28 preset low ints 
dusk-0500Z:t, to increase inst— CTAF. After 0500Z:t, ACTIVATE 
MIRL Rwy 10-28 and PAPI Rwy 10 and PAPI Rwy 28— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

DUBLIN (L)VORTAC 113.1 DBN Chan 78 N32°33.81' 
W82°49.80' 111° 39.7 NM to fid. 300/05W. HIWAS. 
NDB(MHW)432 MHP N32°22.34' W82°05.04' at fid. 



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BALDWIN CO (MLJ) 4N UTC-5(-4DT) N33°09.25' W83°14.48' 
385 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 10-28: H5509X99 (ASPH) S-21 MIRL 0.6% up W 

RWY 10: MALSF. PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWY 28: PAPI(P2L). Pole. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t. MIRL Rwy 10-28 and PAPI 
Rwy 10 and Rwy 28 preset on med ints dusk-0300Z:t, to incr ints 
and ACTIVATE after 0300Z:t— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.925 (478)445-7718. Wind 

unreliable. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 (bio 7000') 119.6 (7000' and abv) 
(1115-0500Z:t) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 123.95 (0500-1115Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

MACON (H)VORTAC 114.2 MCN Chan 89 N32°41.47' 

W83°38.83' 035° 34.5 NM to fid. 381/01E. 
CULVR NDB (MHW) 380 UMB N33°09.11' W83°09.58' 276° 
4.1 NM to fid. 



ATLANTA 

H-9B, 12F, L-18J 

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MILLEN (2J5) 5N UTC-5(-4DT) N32°53.61' WS1°57.92' 
237 B NOTAM FILE MCN 

RWV 17-35: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-16.5 MIRL 0.4% up N 
RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.45° TCH 46'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.45° TCH 46'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer on and invof arpt. MIRL Rwy 

17-35 ops dusk-0300Z:t, after 0300Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

COLLIERS (H)VORTAC 113.9 IRQ Chan 86 N33°42.44' 

W82°09.72' 172° 49.7 NM to fid. 428/04W. 
NDB(MHW)205 LNH N32°53.68' W81°58.02' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. 



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875 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 03-21: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-14.5, D-18 MIRL 1.0% up SW 
RWV 03: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 55'. Trees. 
RWV 21: PAPI (P2L)— GA 2.75° TCH 42'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:t. Parachute Jumping. Be 
advised-glider ops within 10 NM radius sfc-5000 ft. Deer on or 
about arpt. MIRL Rwy 03-21 preset on low ints from 
dusk-0300ZJ- to increase ints and ACTIVATE after 0300Z:t— CTAF. 
PAPI Rwys 03 and 21 opr dusk-0300ZJ- after 0300Z:t 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-A 392 JNM. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 126.975 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AHN. 
ATHENS (H)VORTAC 109.6 AHN Chan 33 N33°56.86' 
W83°19.49' 242° 20.9 NM tofld. 790/00E. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 392 JNM N33°44.26' W83°43.61' 035° 3.2 NM 
to fid. AWOS-A. NOTAM FILE MCN. 



ATLANTA 

H-9B, 12F, L-18J 

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MONTEZUMA N32°22.04' W84°00.45' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDB (MHW) 426 IZS 184° 3.9 NM to Dr. C P Savage Sr. NDB unmonitored 0400-1200Z:t. 



ATLANTA 
L-18J 



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MONTEZUMA 

DR. CP SAVAGE SR. (53A) IE UTC-5(-4DT) N32 18.12' WS4-00.45' 
337 B NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 18-36: H4220X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWY 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 
RWY 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36 and PAPI 

Rwy IS and Rwy 36 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 (bio 7000') 119.6 (7000' and abv) 
(1115-0500Z:t) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.5 (0500-1115Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 
VIENNA (L)VORTAC 116.5 VNA Chan 112 N32°12.81' 

W83-29.84' 281°26.5 NM to fid. 300/01E. 
MONTEZUMA NDB (MHW) 426 IZS N32°22.04' W84°00.45' 
184° 3.9 NM to fid. NDB unmonitored 0400-1200Z:t. 





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MOODY AFB (VAD)(KVAD) AF 9 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N30°58.12' W83°11.58' JACKSONVILLE 

233 B Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE VAD Not insp. H-9B, L-22J 

RWV 18L-36R: H9300X150 (CONC) PCN 55 R/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWV 18L: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). RWV 36R: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). 

RWV 18R-36L: H8000X150 (PEM) PCN 62 R/C/W/T HIRL 
RWV 18R: MALSR. PAPI(P4L). RWV 36L: MALS. PAPI(P4L). 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWV 18L ^- BAK-15 CHAG (150' OVRN) HOOK BAK-12A(B)(1100') 

HOOK BAK-12A(B)(1500') BAK-15 CHAG (150' OVRN) -^ RWV 36R 
RWV 18R ^- MA-1A CHAG (90' OVRN) HOOK BAK-12A(B)(1500') 

HOOK BAK-12A(B) (1500') MA-1A CHAG (90' OVRN)^ RWV 36L 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT All rwy thld Igt, mid 70' removed. Rwy 18L-36R PAPI and ILS glide slope not coincidental. Afld 
lighting intermittent 1 hr after official SS until airfield closure due to Night Vision Device training on field. 
A-GEAR Rwy 18L-36R normal BAK-12B configuration: apch end down, dep end raised. E-5 apch end 
disconnected from energy absorbers (chains). E-5 dep end raised. Ctc twr for other configurations, BAK-12B 
apch end apch end avbl 30 min prior notice. Rwy 18R-36L E-5 apch/dep end disconnected from energy 
absorbers (chains). Ctc twr 30 min prior for Rwy 18R-36L E-5 configuration. JASU (A/M32A-86) (MA-1A) 
(MC-1) (M32A-60) (M32A-60A). FUEL J8, J8+100 FLUID SP LPOX LOX OIL 0-133-148 JOAP TRAN ALERT 
Tran maintenance svc opr Mon-Thu 1145-0430Z4:, Fri 1145-0300:):, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays. Expect 3 hr 
svc/refuel delays, limited maintenance. No fleet svc. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Thu 1230-0600Z4:, Fri 1230-0200Zt, clsd Sat, Sun and hoi. See FLIP AP/1 
Supplementary Arpt info. RSTD PPR all tran acft. For PPR ctc AM ops DSN 460-3305/3306, 
C229-257-3305/3306, fax extension 4664. PPR issued up to 5 days prior to arr, min 24 hr prior notice. PPR 
good for +/— 1 hr of PPR time. Coord of PPR outside of block time by phone is rqr or PPR number will be 
considered cancelled. Tran alert will not support local Round Robin or out and back for tran acft. Tran IFR acft 
arr/dep can expect delays when R3008 active, ctc 23 WG schedule at DSN 460-4544/4892, 
C229-257-4544/4892 for deconfliction. Tran VIP acft ctc pilot to dispatch 30 min prior ETA. Rwy 18L-36R and 
Rwy 18R-36L have NSTD rwy markings, with assault strip shown. Assault zone limited to 23 WG C-130 acft 
only. C5, C17 acft rstd to low apch or full stop Idgonly. Ltd tran parking. Helipad limited to 347 RQG HH-60 acft 
only. 180° turns prohibited by fixed wing acft larger than fighters on Twy L. Parking row X-Ray on C-130 ramp 
closed due to unlit obstructions (AGE equipment). CAUTION Tran dep with rapid climb use extreme caution, 
maintain at or below 1200' until dep end. Overhead traffic pattern 2200' in continuous use. Simultaneous ops 
in use to Rwy 18 or Rwy 36 when R3008 in use. 130' AGL unlighted antenna 3.5 NM due S of Rwy 36R. 23' AGL 
unlighted house with numerous pieces of abandoned farm equipment located 1130' E of Rwy 18L extended 
centerline and 1805' N of Rwy 18L thld. BASH Heavy concentrations of cattle egrets likely Jun-Aug. Phase II bird 
activity for migratory season Oct-Feb. Peak activity occurs within 1 hr of SR and SS. TFC PAT USAF acft expected 
reduced rwy separation, similar type acft/day — 3000', dissimilar type acft/ngt — 6000'. Tran acft must notify twr 
on initial ctc if reduced rwy separation is not desired. NS ABTMNT Quiet hr 0330-1130Z. MISC Class D airspace 
when twr open, otherwise Class E. Wx opr hrs Mon-Thu 1230-0700Zt, Fri 1230-0300Z:f.; clsd Sat, Sun and 
hoi; DSN 460-3457, C229-257-3457. Wx briefing for tran aircrews byd normal opr hr avbl via 26 OWS at 
Barksdale AFB DSN 781-4475 C318-456-4475. Afld wx is monitored by AN/FMQ-19 ASOS and augmented by 
human observer only when procedures dictate during indicated hr of opr. Wx obsn not rstd during automated 
obsn; visibility rstd due to buildings southwest thru northwest on afld next to building 622 during ASOS backup; 
no visibility marker beyond 9 miles. COMSEC storage will be provided at 23 WG COMD POST DSN 460-3501, 
C229-257-3501. Rwy 18R/36L-first 1000' cone, middle 6000' has 75' cone wide center with outer sides 
being a 37.5' wide asph sfc. 

COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 273.5 PTD 139.3 227.2 
® VALDOSTA APP CON 119.525 126.6 127.925 233.7 259.3 (119.525 259.3 180°-360°) (126.6 285.6 360°-180°) 
285.6 (127.925 233.7 Moody Arr) (Mon-Thu 1200-0700Z4:, Fri 1200-0300Z4:, Sat, Sun and hoi 
1400-2200Z4:. 
TOWER 128.45 257.625 (Mon-Thu 1230-0600Z4:, Fri 1230-0200Z4:, clsd Sat, Sun and hoi) 
GND CON 138.95 275.8 CLNC DEL 120.625 296.7 
® VALDOSTA DEP CON 126.6 306.3 (Mon-Thu 1200-0700Z4:, Fri 1200-0300Zt, Sat, Sun and hoi 1400-2200Zt. 

COMD POST 228.225 381.05 (Angel Ops) PMSV METRO 263.45 No svc outside wx ops hrs SOF 143.825 305.6 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Thu 1230-0600Z4:, Fri 1230-0200Z^, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays, other times CLASS E. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 
TACAN VAD Chan 80 N30°57.60' W83°11.61' at fid. 213/3W. Unmonitored when twr clsd. No NOTAM 
MP Mon-Fri 1000-1200Z4:, Sat-Sun 0300-1400ZT-. TACAN unusable byd 25 NM bio 2,500'. 200°-250° byd 
15 NM bio 3000'. 
ILS 109.3 l-VAD Rwy 18L. Unmonitored when twr clsd. No NOTAM MP Mon-Fri 1000-1200Zt, Sat 

1100-1700Z:):. 
ILS 109.9 l-MDG Rwy 36R. Unmonitored when twr clsd. No NOTAM MP Mon-Fri 1000-1200Z^, Sat 

1100-1700Z4:. 

RADAR Moody Radar No NOTAM MP Mon-Fri 0700-1130Zt, Sat 2300-1300Z:t.. ASR/PAR (Mon-Fri 1000-0500Z:t., 
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JACKSONVILLE 

H-9B, L-22J 

IAP 



MOULTRIE 

MOULTRIE MUNI (MORI 6S UTC-5(-4DT) N31°05.10' W83°48.20' 
294 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X3 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 04-22: H5129X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-49, DT-98 MIRL 0.5% up NE 
RWY 04: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
RWY 22: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. Trees. 
RWY 1B-34: H387SX75 (ASPH) S-12.5 0.5% up N 

RWY IB: Thld dsplcd 260'. Trees. RWY 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z:t-dusk. Twy Igts Rwy 04-22 only. 
Rwy 04-22 has 25' shoulders each side of rwy. MIRL Rwy 04-22 
preset on low ints dusk-0300Z:t; to increase ints and ACTIVATE 
after 0300Z:t— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.925 (229) 890-5320. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.8 UNICOM 122. 8 
RCO 122. 1R 108. 8T (MACON RADIO) 
® VALDOSTA APP/DEP CON 119.525 (8,000' and abv) 126.6 (bio 8,000') 
(Opr Mon-Thu 1230-0600Z:t, Fri 1230-0300Z:t, clsd Sat, Sun 
and hoi.) other times etc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 (sfc to FL230) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

(DVOR/DME 108.8 MGR Chan 25 N31°04.94' W83°48.25' 
at fid. 290/02W. 
VOR portion unusable 151°-226° bio 5000'; 280°-355°. 




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SPENCE (MUL) 4 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N31°08.26' W83°42.24' 
292 S4 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 14-32: H4500X75 (CONC) S-65, D-90 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy condition poor. Farm and construction equipment crossing rwy. Extensive military 

traffic, 200 knots, sfc to 3500 ft within 5 NM. To avoid potential traffic conflict with MOODY AFB T-6A acft and 

receive advisories, all acft are requested to announce their arrival or departure intentions on UNICOM 123.0. 

Acft manufacturer located on arpt: acft testing and demonstration with Idgs and departure from apron. Parking 

apron has loose gravel throughout. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

MOULTRIE (DVOR/DME 108.8 MGR Chan 25 N31°04.94' W83°48.25' 059° 6.1 NM to fid. 290/02W. 



NAHUNTA 



UTC-5(-4DT) N31°12.45' W81°54.35' 



S-14 



BRANTLEY CO (4Ji) 4E 

83 NOTAM FILE MCN 

RWY 01-19: H3000X50 (ASPH) 

RWY 19: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 01-19 pavement severly oxidized and cracked. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SSI. 

BRUNSWICK (L)VORTAC 109.8 SSI Chan 35 N31°03.03' W81°26.76' 296°25.5 NM to fid. 10/04W 



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NASHVILLE 



BERRIEN CO (4J2) 1 E UTC-5(-4DT) N31°12.75' W83°13.58' 
240 B TPA— 1040(800) NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 10-28: H4006X75 (ASPH) S-23 MIRL 
RWV 10: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Treeline. 
RWV 28: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 33'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 10-28 preset on low ints 

dusk-dawn; to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® VALDOSTA APP/DEP CON 126.6 (bio 8000') 119.525 (8000' and abv) 
(Opr Mon-Thu 1230-0600Z:t, Fri 1230-0300Z:t, clsd Sat, Sun 
and hoi.) other times etc 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 (sfc to FL230) 
ECO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

MOULTRIE (DVOR/DME 108.8 MGR Chan 25 N31°04.94' 
W83°48.25' 077° 30.8 NM to fid. 290/02W. 



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NEWNAN COWETA CO (see Atlanta) 


ONYUN N32°13.40' W82°17.89' NOTAM FILE MCN. 
NDB(MHW)372 UQN 248° 4.1 NM to Vidalia Rgnl. 


ATLANTA 
L-24H 


PATTEN N30-57.45' W83M9.60' NOTAM FILE MCN. 
NDB (MHW) 245 GTP 223° 4.4 NM to Thomasville Rgnl. 


JACKSONVILLE 
L-21D, 22J 


PAULDING CO RGNL (see Dallas) 


PEACH STATE (See Williamson) 



PEACHTREE N33°52.54' W84°17.93' NOTAM FILE PDK. 

(DVOR/DME 116.6 PDK Chan 113 at DeKalb-Peachtree. 970/02W. 
RCD 122. 1R 116. 6T (MACON RADIO) at DeKalb-Peachtree. 



ATLANTA 
L-18J.A 



PEACHTREE CITY-FALCON FLO (see Atlanta) 



PECAN N31°39.31' W84°17.59' NOTAM FILE ABY. 

(H)VORTACW 116.1 PZD Chan 108 147° 8.8 NM to Southwest Georgia Rgnl. 
280/02W. HIWAS. 



JACKSONVILLE 
H-9A, L-18J 



PECAT N33°18.04' W84°29.19' NOTAM FILE MCN. ATLANTA 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 316 FF 310° 5.5 NM to Peachtree City-Falcon Fid. NDB unmonitored 0200-1000Z:t. L-18J, A 



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PERRY-HOUSTON CO (pxe) 4 nw utc-5(-4dt) 

418 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X1 

RWY 18-36: H5002X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWY 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. 

RWY 36: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:):. Forsvc after hrs call 
478-988-3394. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36, PAPI Rwy 18 and 
Rwy 36 and ODALS Rwy 36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 123.825 (478) 987-8768. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 (bio 7000') 119.6 (7000' and abv) 
(1115-0500Zfl 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 123.95 (0500-1115Zi;) 
6C0 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 
VIENNA (L)VORTAC 116.5 VNA Chan 112 N32°12.81' 

W83°29.84' 321° 22.5 NM to fid. 300/01E 
6AY CREEK ND6 (MHW) 350 BEP N32°27.45' W83°45.94' 

002° 3.2 NM to fid. 
ILS 109.15 l-PXE Rwy 36. (LOC only). 



N32°30.63' W83°46.04' 
TPA— 1218(800) NOTAM FILE MCN 



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PICKENS CO (See JASPER) 



PINE MOUNTAIN N32°50.57' W84°52.36' NOTAM FILE MCN. 
NDD (MHW) 272 PIM at Harris Co. Unmonitored. 



ATLANTA 
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PINE MOUNTAIN 

HARRIS CO (PIM) 2 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N32°50.44' W84°52.95' 
902 B FUEL 100LL, JETA+ NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 09-27: H5002X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY 09: VASI(V4R)— GA 3.5° TCH 31'. Trees. RWY 27: Trees 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Fri-Sun 1300-2200Z:t. Arpt unattended 
Mon thru Thu. Deer on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27 
and VASI Rwy 09-CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 125.5 (bio 7000') 126.55 (7000' & abv) 
(1115-0500ZJ;) CLNC DEL 127.7 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.45 (0500-1115Z4:) 
CLNC DEL 120.45 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

LAGRANGE (H)VORTAC 115.6 LGC Chan 103 N33°02.95' 
W85°12.37' 126° 20.6 NM to fid. 790/01E. 
HIWAS. 
PINE MOUNTAIN NDB (MHW) 272 PIM N32°50.57' W84°52.36 
fid. Unmonitored. 



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PETERSON FLD (tass) 3 ne 

526 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 18-36: 3255X230 (TURF) 



UTC-5(-4DT) N32°05.32' W84°22.35' 



LIRL 

RWV 18: Trees. RWV 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300Z:t. South 1065' of 
rwy unlighted. For rwy Igts call 912-824-7788. Rwy 18 thld 
marked by yellow tires. 8 ft brush along old fence line parallels 
rwy along east side 115 ft from centerline. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

?) ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 125.5 (bio 7000') 126.55 (7000' 8, abv) 
(1115-0500Zt) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 123.95 (0500-1115Zfl 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABY. 

PECAN (H)VORTACW 116.1 PZD Chan 108 N31°39.31' 
W84°17.59' 353° 26.3 NM tofld. 280/02W. HIWAS. 



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POLK CO ARPT-CORNELIUS MOORE FLD (see cedartownj 



PRISON N32°03.46' W82°09.14' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

ND6(MHW)424 RVJ at Swinton Smith Fid At Reidsville Muni. 



ATLANTA 
L-24H 



PUTNY N31-27.37' W84°16.57' NOTAM FILE ABY. 

NDB (MHW/L0M)227 AB 043°6. 3 NM to Southwest Georgia Rgnl. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-221 



QUITMAN BROOKS CO (4J5) 2 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N30°48.31 : W83°35.21 
185 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 09-27: H3600X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWV 09: PAPI(P2L). Trees. RWV 27: PAPI(P2L). Pole. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 09-27 and PAPI Rwy 09 and 

Rwy 27 preset on low ints dusk-0100Z:t, to incr ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. After OlOOZiL- ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE VLD. 

VALDOSTA (H) VOR/DME 114.8 OTK Chan 95 N30°46.83' 
W83°16.78' 277° 15.9 NM to fid. 199/2W. 




REDAN N33°38.72' W84°18.68' NOTAM FILE ATL. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 266 BR 269° 5.8 NM to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Intl. 



ATLANTA 
L-18J.A 



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REIDSVILLE 

SWINTON SMITH FLD AT REIDSVILLE MUNI ( rvj) 3 sw utc 

195 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 

RWY 11-29: H3S02X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.6% up SE 

RWY 11: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. 

RWY 29: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt ben OTS indef. ACTIVATE PAPI 

Rwys 11 and 29 — CTAF. MIRL Rwy 11-29 preset low ints 

dusk-0230Zt-; to increase ints and ACTIVATE after 

0230Zt— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AMG. 

ALMA (H)VORTAC 115.1 AMG Chan 98 N31°32.19' 
W82-30.49' 030° 36.2 NM to fid. 200/00E. HIWAS. 

PRISON NDB (MHW) 424 RVJ N32°03.46' W82°09.14' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. 




RICHARD B. RUSSELL (see rome) 



ROBINS AFB (WRB)(KWRB) AF(ANGAFRC) 10 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N32°38.41' W83°35.51' ATLANTA 

294 B Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE WRB Not insp. H-9B, 12F, L-18J 

RWY 15-33: H12001X300 (PEM) PCN 48 R/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWY 15: ALSF1 PAPI(P4L). RWY 33: ALSF2. PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 15 HOOK BAK-9(B) (48' OVRN) BAK-14 BAK12B(B) (1926') 

BAK-14 BAK-12B(B) (1651') HOOK BAK-9(B) (37' OVRN) RWY 33 
MILITARY SERVICE: A-GEAR BAK-12B— extension. BAK-9(B) Disconnected on apch end. LGTAII rwy thld gated. 
JASU 2(A/M-60) 9(A/M323A-86). 
FUEL J8 FLUID SP PRESAIR LHOX LOX LHNIT OIL 0-148-156 SOAP Avbl weekdays 1200-1900-Zt-. TRAN 
ALERT Opr weekdays 1100-0200ZT-, weekends 1300-2100Zt- and clsd hoi. Fleet sve not avbl. Tran acft not 
allowed when tran alert not avbl. 
MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. RSTD PPR all acft, etc Base OPS DSN 468-2114, 
C478-926-2114, fax extension 7480. PPR will be good for +/- 1 hr. Coordination of PPR outside of block time 
by phone rqr or will be considered cancelled. Base OPS opr 24 hr. CAUTION On apch Rwy 15, do not mistake 
Middle Georgia Rgnl Arpt 3.3 NM NW for Robbins AFB. All arrival/dep helicopter using helipad exercise caution, 
uncontrolled vehicle opr on twy N of helipad. 3 Igt TV twr 6.5 NM NE 1212'. Bird Watch Condition Phase II from 
Sep thru Feb from SR-30 to SR+60 and SS-30 to SS+60, dates are subject to change with the migratory 
season. See NOTAMs for updates. NS ABTMT Strict adherence to procedure, acft rstd to full stop only between 
0400-llOOZt-. CSTMS/AG/IMG CSTMS, AG on call with 2 hr prior notice rqr. US military personnel and dependents 
only. MISC Dep acft do not turn on transponder until entering rwy. Acft with VIP etc PTD 30 minutes prior with firm 
block time. Standard USAF RSRS applied. ANG Opr Mon-Fri 0900-0400Z:t, exc hoi, DSN 241-2313, 
C478-2313. 
COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 119.475 233.4 PTD 134.1 372.2 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 279.6 (bio 7000') 119.6 388.2 (7000' and abv) (1200-0500Zt-), other times etc 
©ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.5 360.75 
TOWER 133.225 320.1 GND CON 121.85 275.8 PMSV METRO 349.85 (Remote wx briefing sve avbl 26 OWS 
Barksdale AFB DSN 781-4775/0217/3949, C318-456-4775/0217/3949, or toll free 866-223-9328. Full 
sve 24 hr.) 116 ANG OPS (PEACH OPS) 293.525 ARNG OPS 36.10 327.2 MAINT CONTROL CENTER (EAGLE 
CONTROL) 225.925 (Robins ALC — Maintenance acft only, not for relay of sve passenger cargo pickup req.) 
AFMC COMD POST (BLACK KNIGHT CONTROL) 311.0 AFRC COMD POST (GUNRUNNER) 372.175 
AIRSPACE: TRSA sve etc ATLANTA APP CON 20 NM out. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

MACON (H)VORTAC 114.2 MCN Chan 89 N32°41.47' W83°38.83' 136° 4.2 NM to fid. 381/1E. 
ILS 111.7 l-RJM Rwy 15. 
ILS 110.1 l-WRB Rwy 33. 



ROME N34°09.75' W85°07.17' NOTAM FILE RMG. 

(H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 188° 8.7 NM to Cornelius-Moore. 1150/01E. 
RCO 122.3 (MACON RADIO) 



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ROME 



RICHARD B. RUSSELL (RWIG) 6 N UTC-5(-4DT) N34 o 21.05' W85°09.52' 
644 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A Class IV, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE RMG 
RWV 01-19: H6006X143 (ASPH-GRVD) S-52, D-57, DT-114 HIRL 

RWV 01: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 46'. Tree. 

RWV 19: PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
RWV 07-25: H4497X100 (ASPH) S-16, D-30 0.4% up W 

RWV 07: Thld dsplcd 115'. Tree. RWV 25: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OlOOZt.. Parachute Jumping. 

CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 

passenger seats except 48 hrs PPR call arpt manager 

706-295-7835. Military air cargo drop (C-130) in progress 

2330-0130ZJ; Tue and Thu at NE end of Rwy 07-25. Ultralgt 

activity on and invof arpt. Deer on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE HIRL 

Rwy 01-19; PAPI Rwy 01 and Rwy 19 and MALSR Rwy 01 — CTAF. 

VOR ground checkpoints avbl. Barrels on ramp area SW of 

terminal bldg. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.925 (706) 235-3467. 

HIWAS 115.4 RMG. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RMG. 

ROME (H)VORTACW 115.4 RMG Chan 101 N34°09.75' 
W85°07.17' 349°11.4 NM to fid. 1150/01E. 
HIWAS. 

FLOVD NDB (MHW) 388 OYD N34°17.93' W85°09.85' 007° 3.1 NM to fid (Unmonitored 

ILS/DME 111.15 l-HBQ Chan 48(Y) Rwy 01. LOC unmonitored 0600-1600Z}. 



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RUST AIRSTRIP (see woolsey) 



ST MARYS (4J6) 2 N UTC-5(-4DT) N30°45.20' W81°33.50' 

23 B FUEL 100LL, JETA+ NOTAM FILE MCN 

RWV 04-22: H5021X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 
RWV 04: Thld dsplcd 758'. Trees/Brush. 
RWV 22: Thld dsplcd 981'. Trees/Brush. 

RWV 13-31: H4000X75 (ASPH) 
RWV 13: Thld dsplcd 699'. Trees. 
RWV 31: Thld dsplcd 700'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2130Zt-. 100LL self svc fuel with 
credit card. Parachute Jumping. Recommend two-way radio 
communications be utilized with the controlling agencies, while 
flying in the vicinity of St. Mary's arpt due to a flight restriction 1 /2 
to 2Y2 miles N, NE of arpt. Rwy 04-22 lighting does not indicate 
dsplcd thld. MIRL Rwy 04-22 preset low ints; to increase ints 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JACKSONVILLE APP/DEP CON 127.0 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SSI. 

BRUNSWICK (L)VORTAC 109.8 SSI Chan 35 N31°03.03' 

W81°26.76' 202° 18.7 NM to fid. 10/04W. 
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4DT) N32°58.00' W82°50.29' 
NOTAM FILE MCN 
MIRL 0.6% up SE 



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KAOLIN FLD (okz) 2 sw utc-5( 

438 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWY 12-30: H5015X75 (ASPH) S-17 
RWY 12: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. 
RWY 30: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.6° TCH 38'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z:t. Deer on and invof 
rwys and twys. MIRL Rwy 12-30 preset low ints dusk-0300Z:t, to 
increase ints and ACTIVATE after 0300ZT— CTAF. ACTIVATE PAPI 
Rwys 12 and 30— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.575 (478) 240-9432. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 (bio 7000') 119.6 (7000' and abv) 
(1115-0500Z:t) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 123.95 (0500-1115Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

DUBLIN (L)VORTAC 113.1 DBN Chan 78 N32°33.81' 
W82°49.80' 004° 24.2 NM to fid. 300/05W. 
HIWAS. 
NDB(MH)360 HIT N33°01.02' W82°56.37' 125°5.9 NM to 
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UTC-5(-4DT) N32°07.66' W81°12.13' 
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RWV 10-28: H9351X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-190, ST-175, 

DT-310 HIRL CL 

RWV 10: MALSR(NSTD). TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 69'. 

0.5% up. 

RWV 28: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 
RWV 01-18: H7002X150 (CONC-WC) S-75, D-190, ST-175, 

DT-310 HIRL 

RWV 01: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 73'. 

RWV 19: REIL. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT 

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RWV 10 01-19 

RWV 28 01-19 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 01: T0RA-7002 TODA-7002 

RWV 10: T0RA-9351 TODA-9351 

RWV 19: TORA-7002 TODA-7002 

RWV 28: T0RA-9351 TODA-9351 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWV 10 BAK-14 BAK-12A(B) (1500') BAK-14 BAK-12A(B) (1977') RWV 28 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0500Z:):. CAUTION-Birds and deer on and invof arpt. No 180 degree turns on 

ASPH for acft over 12500 lbs gross. Twy A south of Twy A4 CLOSED when ATCT clsd due to ILS critical area. Twy 

B2 is limited to 12500 lbs. South general aviation apron clsd to acft with wingspan greater than 95'. Twys B, C 

and E limited to dual wheel acft up to 173,000 lbs and dual tandem wheel acft up to 310,000 lbs. Twy E clsd 

from Rwy 28 to but not including Twy E2 to acft with wingspan of 175' or greater. Twy E west of Twy El clsd 

when twr clsd due to ILS critical area. Twy E2 connector clsd to acft Idg Rwy 28. Distance from touchdown too 

short for safe turn. Rwy 01 touchdown rwy visual range avbl. TPA — conventional 1550 (1500), overhead 2050 

(2000). PPR for parking of general aviation acft on the air carrier terminal ramp etc 912-964-7501. When twr 

clsd ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 28 and rwy/apch Igts for preselected favorable rwy — CTAF. MALSR Rwy 10 NSTD; 

spacing does not meet FAA standards. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (912) 966-0364. HIWAS 115.95 SAV. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.1 ATIS 123.75 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 115. 95T 122. 1R (MACON RADIO) 

RCO 123.65 (MACON RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 125.3 (011°-109°) 118.4 (270°-010°) 120.4 (110°-269°) 121.1 (1100-0500Zt) 

JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.85. (0500-llOOZi:) 

TOWER 119.1 (1100-0500Zfl GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 119.55 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve 1100-0500Z4: etc APP CON other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAV. 

(H)VORTAC 115.95 SAV Chan 106(Y) N32°08.78' W81°11.95' 
DME unusable: 
085°-100° byd 39 NM bio 3000'; 342°-343° byd 30 NM all altitudes 

126°-132° byd 33 NM bio 3000'; 

MAVIS NDB (LOM) 368 SA N32°07.79' W81°19.89' 097° 6.6 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.9 l-SAV Rwy 10. LOM MAVIS NDB. 

ILS 111.9 l-TPV Rwy 01. Class IA. LOC unusable byd 30° left of course. 



HIWAS. 



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SLOVER N31°33.15' W81°53.24' NOTAM FILE MCN. 
NDB (MHW) 340 JES at Jesup-Wayne Co. AWOS-A. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-24H 



SOPERTON 

TREUTLEN CO (4J8) 2E UTC-5(-4DT) N32°23.24' W82°33.80' 
345 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 16-34: H3000X50 (ASPH) 

RWY 16: Trees. RWY 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN 

DUBLIN (L)VORTAC 113.1 DBN Chan 78 N32°33.81' W82°49.80' 



ATLANTA 
L-24H 



133° 17.2 NM to fid. 300/05W. HIWAS. 



SOUTHER FLD (see americus) 



SOUTHWEST GEORGIA RGNL (see Albany) 



SPENCE (See MOULTRIE) 



N32°28.97' W81°44.22 



STATESBORO-BULLOCH CO (tbr) 3 ne utc-5(-4dt) 

187 B S6 FUEL 100LL, JET Al NOTAM FILE TBR 

RWY 14-32: H6000X100 (ASPH) S-27, D-40 HIRL 0.4% up NW 

RWY 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 32: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 31'. Dsplcd thld 300'. 

Trees. 
RWY 05-23: H4383X100 (ASPH) 

RWY 05: Trees. RWY 23: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-OOOOZt, Sat-Sun 

1400-2200Zt-. 24 hr self-svc fuel avbl. Deer on and invof arpt. 

HIRL Rwy 14-32 preset on med ints dusk-0400Z:t, to increase 

ints and ACTIVATE MIRL after 0400Z:t— CTAF. ACTIVATE MALSR 

Rwy 32 and PAPI Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.025 (912) 764-9321 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122.6 (MACON RADIO) 
® SAVANNAH APP/DEP CON 118.4 (1100-0500Zt) 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.5 (0500-1100Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAV. 

SAVANNAH (H)VORTAC 115.95 SAV Chan 106(Y) N32°08.78' 
W81°11.95' 313° 34 NM to fid. 9/6W. HIWAS. 

BULLO NDB (MHW/LOM) 407 BZ N32°24.92' W81°39.84' 
323° 5.5 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 

ILS 111.5 l-BZQ Rwy 32. LOM BULLO NDB. LOC unmonitored 0000-1300Zt. 




STOCKBRIDGE 



N33°32.13' W84-10.74' 



ATLANTA 
L-18J, A 



BERRY HILL (4A0) 3e utc-5(-4dt) 

770 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 

RWY 11-29: H3000X40 (ASPH) RWY LGTS (NSTD) 

RWY 11: Thld dsplcd 995'. P-line. RWY 23: Thld dsplcd 597'. Treeline. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Ngt tkfs prohibited. Rwy 11-29 badly cracked, grass in cracks. Rwy Igts NSTD 

in number, type, and globe color. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ATL. 

ATLANTA (H)VORTAC 116.9 ATL Chan 116 N33°37.75' W84°26.11' 114° 14.0 NM to fid. 1000/OOE. 



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EMANUEL CO (SBO) 2 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N32°36.55' W82°22.20' 
327 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,4 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 13-31: H6021X100 (ASPH) S-45, D-65, ST-83, DT-120 HIRL 

RWV 13: PAPI(P4L). Trees. RWV 31: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Z:t, Sun 

1800-2200Z:t. For after hrs fuel — self service. PAEW north side 

of Rwy 13-31 indef. Rwy 13 PAPI OTS indef. ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 

13 and HIRL Rwy 13-31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 133.375 (478) 237-8437 
COHMUNICATONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.975 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.55 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

DUBLIN (L)VORTAC 113.1 DBN Chan 78 N32°33.81' 
W82°49.80' 088° 23.5 NM to fid. 300/05W. HIWAS. 

NDB (MHW) 309 EEX N32°39.99' W82°27.16' 133° 5.4 
NM to fid. 

ILS 109.35 l-SBO Rwy 13. LOC only. 



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SYLVANIA N32°38.95' W81°35.66' NOTAM FILE MCN. 
NDB(MHW)245 JYL at Plantation Airpark. 



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SYLVANIA 

PLANTATION AIRPARK ( jyd 7 s utc-5(-4dt) 

188 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 05-23: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.4% up NE 
RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. 
RWV 15-33: H3787X75 (ASPH) 

RWV 15: Trees. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hrs. Parachute Jumping. Rwy 05-23 
sfc cracking. MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset on low ints dusk-0600Z:t; to 
increase ints and ACTIVATE after 0600Z:t — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.875 (912) 857-9000. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAV. 

SAVANNAH (H)VORTAC 115.95 SAV Chan 106(Y) N32°08.78' 
W81°11.95' 332° 36.1 NM to fid. 9/6W. 
HIWAS. 
SVLVANIA NDB(MHW) 245 JYL N32°38.95' W81°35.66' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. 



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SYLVESTER (SYV) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N31°33.38' W83°53.65 
403 B NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 01-19: H3293X75 (ASPH) S-26 MIRL 

RWV 01: PAPI(P2L) Trees. RWY 19: PAPI(P2L) Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 01-19 and PAPI 

Rwy 01 and Rwy 19 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABY. 

PECAN (H)VORTACW 115.1 PZD Chan 108 N31°39.31' 
W84°17.59' 108° 21.3 NM to fid. 280/02W. HIWAS. 



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THOMASTON-UPSON CO (opn) 5 ne utc-5(-4dt) 

798 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE OPN 
RWY 12-30: H5350X100 (ASPH) S-20, D-50 MIRL 

RWY 12: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 27'. Thld dsplcd 648'. Trees. 
RWY 30: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 27'. Thld dsplcd 699'. 
Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300ZJ:. For svc after hrs call 
706-647-7143. Parachute Jumping. ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 30 
and PAPI Rwy 12 and Rwy 30 — CTAF. MIRL Rwy 12-30 preset med 
ints dusk-0500Z:t; after 0500ZJ; ACTIVATE— CTAF, 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 133.975 (706) 646-4123 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 124.2 (bio 7000') 119.6 (7000' and abv) 
(1115-0500ZT.) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.5 (0500-1115ZJ:) 
BCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

MACON (H)VORTAC 114.2 MCN Chan 89 N32°41.47' 

W83°38.83' 296° 35 NM to fid. 381/01E. 
YATES NDB (MHW/LOM) 339 OP N32°55.14' W84°11.24' 302° 

4.4 NM to fid. 
ILS/DME 109.75 l-OPN Chan 34(Y) Rwy 30. Class 
IB. LOM YATES NDB. 



N32°57.30' W84°15.85 
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THOMASVILLE RGNL (TVI) 6 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N30°54.11' W83°52.87 
264 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 04-22: H5496X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWV 04: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. Trees. 
RWV 22: MALSF. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 59'. Trees. 
RWV 14-32: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-20 LIRL 0.3% up NW 

RWV 14: Trees. RWV 32: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1100-0100Z:t, Sat-Sun 

1300-2300Z:t. Glider activity on and invof arpt. MIRL Rwy 04-22 
preset low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE MALSF — CTAF. 
ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 04 and Rwy 22 during dalgt hours— CTAF, 
after dusk PAPI Rwy 04 and Rwy 22 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.175 (229) 225-4336. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 
RCO 122.55 (MACON RADIO) 
® VALDOSTA APP/DEP CON 119.525 (8,000' and abv) 126.6 (bio 8,000') 
(Opr Mon-Thu 1230-0600Z:t, Fri 1230-0300Z:t, clsd Sat, Sun 
and hoi.) other times etc 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 (sfc to FL230) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

MOULTRIE (DVOR/DME 108.8 MGR Chan 25 N31°04.94' 

W83°48.25' 202° 11.5 NM to fid. 290/02W. 
PATTEN NOB (MHW) 245 GTP N30°57.45' W83°49.60' 222° 4.4 NM to fid. 

Unmonitored 0200-llOOZt Mon-Fri, 0500-1700Zt- Sat-Sun. 
ILS/DME 110.1 l-TVI Chan 38 Rwy 22. Unmonitored 0200-llOOZt- Mon-Fri, 0500-1700Zt- Sat-Sun 



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501 B S8 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 10-28: H5503X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-50, DT-87 HIRL 0.9% up E 
RWV 10: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 295'. Treeline 
RWV 28: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1230-2230Zt. Deer on rwy at ngt. 

ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 10-28, PAPI Rwy 10 and Rwy 28— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.625 (706) 597-9801. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® AUGUSTA APP/DEP CON 126.8 (1145-0400Z:t) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.1 (0400-1145ZT-) 
ECO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

COLLIERS (H)VORTAC 113.9 IRQ Chan 86 N33M2.44' 

W82°09.72' 243° 20.7 NM to fid. 428/04W. 
CEDAR NDB (MHW/LOM) 341 AA N33°32.00' W82°36.86' 
4.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 
NDB unusable byd 15 NM. 
ILS 110.75 l-AAQ Rwy 10. LOM CEDAR NDB. 



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TIFT MYERS N31°25.72' W83-29.33' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

(T) VORW 112.5 IFM at Henry Tift Myers. VOR portion unusable 301°-324°. 
RCO 122.35 (MACON RADIO) 



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L-18J, 22J 



TIFTO N31°21.80' W83°26.64' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 409 TM 333° 4.5 NM to Henry Tift Myers. 



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JACKSONVILLE 

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TIFTON 

HENRY TIFT MYERS (IMA) 2 UTC-5(-4DT) N31°25.74' W83°29.31 
355 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,4 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 15-33: H5504X100 (ASPH) S-42, D-60, DT-106 HIRL 
RWY 15: PAPI(P2L). Trees. 
RWY 33: MALSR. PAPI(P2L). Trees. 
RWY 10-28: H3805X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-45, DT-75 0.3% up W 
RWY 10: Trees. 
RWY 28: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Zt--dusk. Parachute Jumping. 

ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 15-33, PAPI Rwy 15 and Rwy 33 and MALSR 
Rwy 33— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.525 (229) 387-7291. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7. 

TIFT MYERS RCO 122.35 (MACON RADIO) 
® VALDOSTA APP/DEP CON 119.525 (8,000' and abv) 126.6 (bio 

8,000') (Opr Mon-Thu 1230-0600Z:t, Fri 1230-0300Z:t, clsd 
Sat, Sun and hoi.) other times etc 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 (sfc to FL230) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ABY. 

PECAN (H)VORTACW 116.1 PZD Chan 108 N31°39.31' 
W84°17.59' 110° 43.5 NM to fid. 280/02W. HIWAS. 
TIFT MYERS (T)VORW 112.5 IFM N31°25.72' W83°29.33' a 

fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 
TIFTO NDB(MHW/LOM) 409 TM N31°21.80' W83°26.64' 




333° 4.5 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MCN. 
ILS/DME 109.7 l-TMA Chan 34 Rwy 33. LOM TIFTO NDB. ILS/DME unusable byd 17° left of course. 



TOCCOA RG LETOURNEAU FLD ( toc) 2 ne utc-5(-4dt) 

996 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MCN 

RWY 02-20: H5008X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.5% up SW 

RWY 02: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 32'. Trees. 

RWY 20: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. Trees. 
RWY 09-27: H2951X50 (ASPH) S-20 0.8% up W 

RWY09:Treeline. RWY 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z:t, Sun 

1700-2300Z:t. MIRL Rwy 02-20 opr dusk-0300Zt-, after 0300Zt- 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20, REIL Rwy 02 and Rwy 20, PAPI Rwy 

02 and Rwy 20— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.625 (706) 297-7473. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

FOOTHILLS (H)VORTAC 113.4 ODF Chan 81 N34°41.75' 
W83°17.86' 179° 6.2 NM to fid. 1700/00E. 



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TREUTLEN (see soperton) 



TURNER CO (SeeASHBLJRN) 



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201 



JACKSONVILLE 

H-9B, L-21D, 22J 

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VALDOSTA RGNL (Viol 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N30 o 46.88' WS3°16.57' 

203 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al + ARFF Index— See Remarks NOTAMFILEVLD 
RWV 17-35: H8002X150 (ASPH) S-60, D-98, ST-124, DT-180 HIRL 

RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 51'. Trees. 

RWV 35: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. Trees. 
RWV 04-22: H5598X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-24, D-95 MIRL 

RWV 04: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.25° TCH 46'. Trees. 

RWV 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.25° TCH 51'. Trees. 
RWV 13-31: H3536X75 (ASPH) S-24, D-155 MIRL 

RWV 13: Trees. RWV 31: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1000-0200Z:L-. Contact FBO 

229-242-3175. Contract Jet A fuel avbl from FBO for military 

acft. Class I, ARFF Index A. Index B coverage avbl upon request. 

Rwy 13-31 CLOSED to air carrier ops with more than 30 

passenger seats. CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier ops with 

more than 30 passenger seats except 24 hr PPR call arpt 

manager 912-333-1833. Rwy 13-31 northwest 860' not visible 

from the twr due to trees. When twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 

17-35, PAPI Rwy 17 and 35, REIL Rwy 17 and MALSR Rwy 

35— CTAF. MIRL Rwys 04-22 and 13-31, PAPI Rwys 04 and 22 

and REIL Rwys 04 and 22 unavailable when twr clsd. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 126.225 (229) 245-8746. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.9 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 114. 8T (MACON RADIO) 

RCO 122.2 (MACON RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 119.525 (8,000' and abv) 126.6 (bio 8,000') (Opr Mon-Thu 1230-0600ZJ;, Fri 1230-0300ZJ;, clsd 

Sat, Sun and hoi.) other times etc 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 (sfc to FL230) 

TOWER 120.9 (1200-0400Zt-) GND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS sve 1200-0400ZJ: other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE VLD. 

(H)VOR/DME 114.8 OTK Chan 95 N30°46.83' W83°16.78' at fid. 199/02W. 

ILS 110.9 l-VLD Rwy 35. LOC unusable byd 25° left of course and 27° right of course. 




VIDALIA RGNL (VDI) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N32"11.56' W82°22.27' 
275 B FUEL 100LL, JET Al + TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE VDI 
RWV 06-24: H6003X100 (CONC) S-30, D-48, DT-85 HIRL 

RWV 06: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWV 24: MALSR. REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
RWV 13-31: H5000X150 (CONC) S-30, D-48, DT-85 

RWV 13: Trees. RWV 31: Trees. 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 06: TORA-5000 T0DA-5000 ASDA-5000 LDA-5000 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300ZJ;. Self-serve 100LL avbl 24 

firs with credit card. Rwy 13-31 moderately broken and spalled 

concrete outer rwy edges. PPR for Jet A1+ after hrs, call 

912-537-3979 or 912-538-0871. TPA— 1275(1000) for light 

acft, 1775(1500) for heavy acft. HIRL Rwy 06-24 preset med ints 

dusk-0400Z:L-, after 0400Zt— CTAF. ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 24. 

PAPI Rwy 06 and PAPI Rwy 24— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.925 (912) 538-0219. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 

GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

DUBLIN (L)VORTAC 113.1 DBN Chan 78 N32°33.81' 
W82°49.80' 138° 32.2 NM to fid. 300/05W. HIWAS. 

ONVUN NDB (MHW)372 UQN N32°13.40' W82°17.89' 248° 4.1 NM to fid 

ILS 110.3 l-VDI Rwy 24. 



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(L)VORTAC 116.5 VNA Chan 112 045° 15.5 NM to Cochran. 300/01E. 
RCO 122. 1R 116. 5T (MACON RADIO) 



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UTC-5(-4DT) N32°56.23' W84°41.77' 
NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 17-35: H3000X75 (ASPH) S-28 MIRL 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 100LL self-serve, 24 hrs. Rwy 17 trees 125' left of centerline extd. Rwy 35 trees 

125' left of centerline extd. MIRL Rwy 17-35 ops low ints dusk-0300Z:t, after 0300Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CSG. 

COLUMBUS (H)VORTAC 117.1 CSG Chan 118 N32°36.92' W85°01.06' 039° 25.2 NM to fid. 630/01E. 

WARNER ROBINS AIR PARK (5A2) 4SW UTC-5(-4DT) N32°33.64' W83°40.61' ARAN 

409 S2 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 09-27: 2833X130 (TURF) LIRL 

RWY 09: Fence. RWY 27: Thld dsplcd 300'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 09-27 outlined with tires. Rwy 27 dsplcd thld marked with Igts. ACTIVATE LIRL 

Rwy 09-27— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



WASHINGTON-WILKES CO ( iiy) 4 nw utc-5(-4dt) n 33 °46. 

546 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MY 
RWY 13-31: H4020X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.3% up NW 
RWY 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 
RWY 31: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:t. Areas byd white rwy end 
stripes designated non-movement areas. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
13-31, PAPI Rwy 13 and Rwy 31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.375 (706) 678-3647. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 127.5 (1115-0500Z:t) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.5 (0500-1115Zfl 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AHN. 
ATHENS (H)VORTAC 109.6 AHN Chan 33 N33°56.86' 
W83°19.49' 111° 27.3 NM to fid. 790/00E. HIWAS. 
NDB(MHW)435 1 1 Y N33°46.49' W82°48.79' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. SHUTDOWN. 



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NDB(L0M)335 SV 277° 8.2 NM to Hunter AAF. Opr Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z:t, Fri 1200-2300Z:t, except L-24H 
holidays. 



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GEORGIA 



203 



N31°14.90' W82°23.72' 



WAYCROSS-WARE CO (ays) 3 nw utc-5(-4dt) 

142 B FUEL 100LL, JET Al NOTAM FILE AYS 

RWV 18-3B: H6000X100 (ASPH) S-45, D-70, ST-88 HIRL 

RWV 18: MALSR. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— TCH 33'. Tree. 

RWV 36: Trees. PAPI (P2L). 
RWV 05-23: H5035X100 (ASPH) S-18 

RWV 05: Trees. RWV 23: Trees. 

RWV 13-31: H3528X100 (ASPH) S-18 

RWV 13: Thld dsplcd 500'. Trees. RWV 31: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Oct-Mar 1200-OOOOZt-, Apr-Sep 

1300-OlOOZt. For fuel after hrs call 912-287-4335. Parachute 

Jumping. Rwy pavement cracked, vegetation in rwy and along 

edges. Unlgtd 344 ft MSL twr 3 mi SE. After 0300Z:t ACTIVATE 

HIRL Rwy 18-36, REIL Rwy 18 and MALSR Rwy 18— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.575 (912) 287-4466. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNIC0M 122.8 

RC0 122. 1R 110. 2T (MACON RADIO) 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.3 

GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc continuous. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AYS. 

(L)VORTAC 110.2 AYS Chan 39 N31°16.17' W82°33.39' 
099° 8.4 NM to fid. 150/00E. 

WIKET NDD (LOM) 219 AY N31°19.54' W82°23.89' 183° 4.6 NM to fid. 

ILS 108.3 l-AYS Rwy 18. Class IB. LOM WIKET NDB. 



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BURKE CO (BXG) 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N33°02.48' W82°00.16' 
302 B NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWV 08-2B: H4035X75 (ASPH) S-29 MIRL 

RWV 08: Trees. RWV 26: Thld dsplcd 100'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 08-26— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® AUGUSTA APP/DEP CON 126.8 (1145-0400Z1;) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.1 (0400-1145ZT-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

COLLIERS (H)VORTAC 113.9 IRQ Chan 86 N33M2.44' 

W82°09.72' 173° 40.7 NM to fid. 428/04W. 
NDB(MHW)356 BXG N33°02.55' W82°00.29' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MCN. NDB unmonitored. 



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WH 'BUD' BARRON (see Dublin) 


WHITFIELD N34°47.37' W84-56.76' NOTAM FILE DNN. 
NDB (MHW) 400 UWI 140° 5.6 NM to Dalton Muni. 


ATLANTA 
L-25A 


WIKET N31°19.54' W82°23.89' NOTAM FILE AYS. 

NDB (LOM) 219 AY 183° 4.6 NM to Waycross-Ware Co. 


JACKSONVILLE 
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WILLIAMSON 

PEACH STATE (GA2) 1W UTC-5(-4DT) N33 o 11.01' W84°22.30' 
926 S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY 13-31: 2400X100 (TURF) 

RWV 13: Trees. Rgt tfc. RWY 31: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Zt. Ctc FBO at 770-227-9989. Rwy 13 and 31 thlds marked by tires. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



WILLIS N30°58.36' W84°31.56' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDB{MHW)359 LYZ 273° 5.7 NM to Decatur Co Industrial Airpark. 



JACKSONVILLE 
L-21D, 221 



WINDER 

BARROW CO (WDR) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N33°58.97' W83°40.05' 
943 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al + NOTAM FILE WDR 
RWY 13-31: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-20 HIRL 0.5% up NW 
RWY 13: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. Trees. 

RWY 31: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0°. Thld dsplcd 340'. Railroad. 
RWY 05-23: H3510X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.5% up SW 
RWY 05: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 22'. Trees. 
RWY 23: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Zt-. Deer on and invof 
arpt. HIRL Rwy 13-31 preset on low ints; to increase ints and 
ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23, PAPI Rwy 05, Rwy 23, Rwy 13 and 
Rwy 31 and REIL Rwy 31 and twy Igts— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.575 (770) 868-0642. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® ATLANTA APP/DEP CON 132.475 (bio 7000') 

127.5 (abv 7000') (1115-0500ZJ;) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.5 (0500-1115Zfl 
BCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AHN. 
ATHENS (H)VORTAC 109.6 AHN Chan 33 N33°56.86' 
W83-19.49' 274° 17.2 NM to fid. 790/00E. HIWAS. 
NDB(MHW)404 BMW N33°56.12' W83°35.37' 311° 4.8 

NM to fid. NOTAM FILE WDR. (Unmonitored holidays and daily 0100-1300Zt). NDB unusable byd : 
ILS/DME 111.5 l-IDR Chan 52 Rwy 31. (Localizer unmonitored.) 

WOOLSEY 

RUST AIRSTRIP (3RU) 2S UTC-5(-4DT) N33°19.97' W84°24.05' 
810 NOTAM FILE MCN 
RWY E-W: 2750X120 (TURF) 

RWY E: Trees. RWY W: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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450 B NOTAM FILE MCN L— 241 

RWY 11-2S: H3000X50 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY 11: Road. RWY 29: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rotating ben OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 11-29— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

COLLIERS (H)VORTAC 113.9 IRQ Chan 86 N33°42.44' W82°09.72' 205° 31.1 NM to fid. 428/04W. 

WRIGHT AAF (FORT STEWARTVMIDCOAST RGNL (see fort stewart (hinesvilled 



YATES N32°55.14' W84°11.24' NOTAM FILE MCN. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 339 OP 302° 4.4 NM to Thomaston-Upson Co. 



ATLANTA 
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ADDINGTON FLD (see elizabethtown) 



AIRBE N36°44.22' W87°24.83' NOTAM FILE HOP. 
NDB (HW/LOM) 273 FK 225° 5.4 NM to Campbell AAF. 



ST LOUIS 
L— 161 



ASHLAND RGNL (DWU) 6 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N38 33.27' W82°44.28 
546 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 10-28: H5602X100 (ASPH) S-51, D-65, ST-82, DT-105 MIRL 

RWV 10: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 53'. Tree. 

RWV 28: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 51'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Apr-Oct 1300-0100Z:t, Nov-Mar 

1300-2300Z:t. For arpt svc call toll free 877-359-2745. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 10-28, REIL Rwy 10 and Rwy 28, PAPI Rwy 

10 and Rwy 28 — CTAF. Ldg fee waived with fuel purchase. Ldg 

fee. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 132.425 (605)836-2682. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® HUNTINGTON APP/DEP CON 128.4 CLNC DEL 121.7 
AIRSPACE: TRSA svc etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

YORK (L)VORTAC 112.8 YRK Chan 75 N38°38.65' 
W82°58.70' 120° 12.5 NM to fid. 1040/05W. 




BARDSTOWN 

SAMUELS FLD (BRY) 2W UTC-5(-4DT) N37°48.S6' W85-29.98 
669 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 02-20: H5003X75 (ASPH) S-18 MIRL 0.7% up N 
RWV 02: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.5°TCH 37'. Trees. 
RWV 20: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. Extensive glider activity on 
weekends. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20, REIL Rwys 02 and 
20— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.925 (502)348-1867. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® LOUISVILLE APP/DEP CON 132.075(E) 123.675(W) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NEW HOPE (DVOR/DME 110.8 EWO Chan 45 N37°37.91' 
W85°40.55' 036° 13.8 NM to fid. 960/01E. 



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BARKLEY RGNL (see paducah) 


BEAVER CREEK N37°oi.o5' ws6°oo.55' notam file lou. 

NDB (MHW) 260 BVQ 074° 2.9 NM to Glasgow Muni. 


ST LOUIS 
L-1GJ 


BIG SANDY RGNL (see prestonburg) 


BLAYD N37°59.22' W84°39.63' NOTAM FILE LEX. 
NDB (MHW/LOM) 242 LE 045° 3.9 NM to Blue Grass. 


CINCINNATI 
L-26G, 27E 


BLUE GRASS (see Lexington) 



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BOWLING GREEN N36°55.73' W86°26.61' NOTAM FILE BWG. ST LOUIS 

(H)VORTACW 117.9 BWG Chan 126 026° 2.4 NM to Bowling Green-Warren H-5E, BJ, 9A, L-16J 

Co Rgnl. 565/02E. 

VOR unusable 152°-179° byd 30 NM bio 6500', 330°-350° byd 20 NM bio 3000'. 

BOWLING GREEN-WARREN CO RGNL (bwg) 2 se utc-6(-5dt) N36°57.87' ws6°25.is' stlouis 

547 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class IV, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE BWG H-5E, 9A, L-16J 

RWY 03-21: H6500X150 (ASPH) S-25, D-38, DT-60 HIRL 0.4%upSW IAP 

RWY 03: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. RWY 21: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. 

RWY 12-30: H3955X150 (ASPH) S-25, D-38, DT-60 MIRL 

RWY 12: Post. RWY 30: Thld dsplcd 349'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. 24 hr PPR for air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger seats; call arpt 

manager 270-842-1101. Be alert for large numbers of birds on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 03-21, REIL 

Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 127.825 (270) 843-8136. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

RCO 122.4 122.2 (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.85 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E continuous. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BWG. 

(H)VORTACW 117.9 BWG Chan 126 N36°55.73' W86°26.61' 026° 2.4 NM to fid. 565/02E. 

NOORA NDD (LOM) 236 BW N36°52.80' W86°28.90' 032° 5.9 NM to fid. LOM unusable byd 10 NM. 

ILS 108.75 l-BWG Rwy 03. Class IB. LOM NOORA NDB. GS unusable byd 6" either side of LOC course. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: IFR clearances to be canceled on 122.4 Louisville FSS. 



BOWMAN FLD 



(See LOUISVILLE) 



BRECKINRIDGE CO (See hardinsburg) 



BRIDL N38°07.47' W84°30.42' NOTAM FILE LEX. 
NDD (LOM) 340 GN 226° 7.1 NM to Blue Grass. 



CINCINNATI 
L-26G, 27E 



CADIZ 

LAKE BARKLEY STATE PARK (iM9) 4 sw utc-6(-5dt) N36°49.06' W87°54.45' 

570 B NOTAM FILE LOU 

RWY 02-20: H4800X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 02: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 48'. Trees. 

RWY 20: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 41'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 02-20 preset med ints 

dusk-dawn; to increase ints ACTIVATE — 123.0. Rwy 02 and Rwy 

20 REILs out of svc indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.025 (270) 924-5916. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CKV. 

CLARKSVILLE (T) VOR/DME 110.6 CKV Chan 43 N36°37.32' 
W87°24.76' 297° 26.6 NM to fid. 540/01W. 




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CAMPBELL AAF (fortcampbellj 

N36°40.34' W87°29.55' 
573 B TPA — See Remarks 
RWV 05-23: H11826X200 (ASPH) 

RWV 05: Thld dsplcd 896'. 
RWV 18-36: H4500X150 (ASPH) 



(HOP)(KHOP) A (AF) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) 



NOTAM FILE LOU Not insp. 



ST LOUIS 
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AOE Class I, ARFF Index A 
PCN 120 F/A/W/T HIRL 
RWV 23: SALS. Rgt tfc. 
PCN 11 F/B/W/T 

MILITARY SERVICE: JASU 3(M-32A-86) 3(AM32-95) 1(MC-2A) FUEL J8 OIL 0-123-128-148-156 SP. 
MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Fit Hazard and Supplementary Arpt Remark. RSTD PPR civilian acft. CAUTION R3701 
and small arms range lOOO yd dep end Rwy 23. Twy Igt between twy feeder to Rwy 05 and Rwy 36 are NSTD 
(white), do not confuse with rwy Igt. Deer hazard. Parachuting activities/exercises. TFC PAT TPA — Rotary wing 
1300(727), fixed wing Category A, B 1600(1027), Category C, D, E, 2100(1527), overhead 2600(2027). 
CSTMS/AG/IMG Avbl 72 hr prior notice rqr military acft only, DSN 635-7146. MISC No fixed wing parking on freedom 
ramp. No hanger transient acft. Base OPS 24 hr DSN 635-7146/7147, C270-798-7146/47. 24 hr wx 
observation and forecast svc. 
COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 125.175 308.4 PTD 130.65 142.9 230.1 (VIP arr etc 30 min prior to Idg.) 
D APP CON 118.1 134. 35X 269.525 307.025 

TOWER 120.9 278.8 GND CON 121.8 266.8 CLNC DEL 138.8 DEP CON 118.1 269.525 
EAGLE CON 139.9 (Opr 24 hour. Ctc prior to entry R3701, R3702— 139.0 139.9 285.652.) 
PMSV METRO 343.3. (Full svc during forecast hr. Poor reception from 200°-260° byd 55 NM.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

SCREAMING EAGLE (L) TACAN Chan 96 HXW (114.9) N36°40.54' W87°29.70' at fid. 572/1W. OTS indef. 
AIRBE NDB (HW/L0M)273 FK N36°44.22' W87°24.83' 225° 5.4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE HOP. 
ILS 111.9 l-FKP Rwy 23. LOM AIRBE NDB. 
ASR/PAR Unavbl Sat-Sun 2300-0700Z:t. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



CAMPBELLSVILLE 

TAYLOR CO (AAS) 2 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N37°21.50' W85°18.57 
921 B FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 05-23: H5003X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 1.0% up NE 
RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.50° TCH 39'. Road. 
RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.25° TCH 37'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z4:. For arpt attendant 
after hrs call 270-789-1951. For fuel call 270-403-4135 or 
270-469-0133. Fuel avbl after hrs with credit card. MIRL Rwy 
05-23 preset on low ints; to increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL 
Rwys 05 and 23 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 121.125 (270) 789-1985. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 121.175 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NEW HOPE (DVOR/DME 110.8 EWO Chan 45 N37°37.91' 

W85°40.55' 132° 24 NM to fid. 960/01E. 
NDB(MHW)272 TYC N37°24.11' W85°14.62' 232° 4.1 NM 

to fid. NDB unmonitored 2200-1300Z:t. 
SDF 111.1 l-AAS Rwy 23. SDF unmonitored 
2200-1300Z:t. 



ST LOUIS 

H-5E, IDF, L-26F 

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CAPITAL CITY (See FRANKFORT) 



CENTRAL CITY N37°22.95' W87°15.82' NOTAM FILE LOU. ST LOUIS 

(L)VORTAC 109.8 CCT Chan 35 257° 6.7 NM to Madisonville Muni. 450/01W. L— 1 61 

RCO 122. 1R 109. 8T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 

CINCINNATI/NORTHERN KENTUCKY INTL (see covington) 

COLUMBIA-ADAIR CO. (196) 2 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N37°05.12' W85-20.83' ST LOUIS 

818 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 08-26: H2600X60 (ASPH-AFSC) S-12 MIRL 

RWV 08: Trees. RWY 26: SAVASI(S2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 24 hr credit card svc avbl for fuel. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 08-26 and SAVASI Rwy 

26— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



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8 SW UTC-5(-4DT) 



NOTAM FILE CVG 



CINCINNATI 

H-10G, L-26G, 27E 

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COVINGTON 

CINCINNATI/NORTHERN KENTUCKY INTL ( cvg) 

N39°02.93' W84°40.07' 
896 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A LRA Class I, ARFF Index D 
RWY 09-27: H12000X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-210, 
ST-175, DT-400, DDT-850 HIRL CL 
RWY 09: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 76'. 0.3% down. 
RWY 27: MALSR(NSTD). VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. 
RWY 18C-3BC: H11000X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-210, 
ST-175, DT-400, DDT-850 HIRL CL 
RWY 18C: SSALR. TDZL. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0°TCH 52'. 
RWY 3BC: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI (P4L). 0.6% up. 
RWY 18L-36R: H10000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-210, ST-175, 
DT-400, DDT-850 HIRL CL 
RWY 18L: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI (P4R). 
RWY 36R: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI (P4R). 
RWY 18R-36L: H8000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-210, DT-400 
DDT-850 HIRL CL 

RWY 18R: ALSF2. TDZL. RWY 36L: ALSF2. TDZL. Tree. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 09: TORA-12000 TODA-12000 ASDA-11880 LDA-11880 

RWY 27: TORA-12000 TODA-12000 ASDA-12000 LDA-12000 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Successive or simultaneous 

deps from Rwy 18L/C are approved with course divergence beginning no further than 2 miles from end of rwy 
due to noise abatement restrictions. Successive or simultaneous departures from Rwy 36L and Rwy 36R are 
approved with course divergence beginning no further than 2 miles from EOR due to noise abatement 
restrictions. Noise sensitive areas N and S of arpt. Rwy assignments between 0300-1200Zi: will be predicated 
on noise abatement considerations. Rwy 09-27 west 4200' concrete, east 750' concrete, remainder asphalt 
overlay. For Rwy 09-27 and Rwy 18C-36C gross weight strength for DC-10 and L-1011 aircraft is 510,000 
pounds. For all rwys gross weight strength for 777 aircraft is 595,000 pounds. For all rwys gross weight strength 
for MD11 aircraft is 605,000 pounds. Rwy 18R touchdown, midfield and rollout runway visual range avbl. Rwy 
36L touchdown, midfield and rollout runway visual range avbl. Rwy 36R touchdown, midfield and rollout runway 
visual range avbl. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. NOTE: See Special Notices — Noise Abatement 
Procedures. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (859) 767-8210. TDWR. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS ARR 134.375 D-ATIS DEP 135.3 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122. 1R 117. 3T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 
® APP CON 123.875 (270°-089°) 119.7 (090°-269°) 

TOWER 118.3 (Rwy 18C-36C and Rwy 09-27) 133.325 (Rwy 18R-36L) 118.975 (Rwy 18L-36R) GND CON 121.3 
(East) 121.7 (West) 
CLNC DEL 127.175 
® DEP CON 128.7 (220°-040°) 126.65 (041°-219°) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CVG. 

(L)VORTAC 117.3 CVG Chan 120 N39°00.96' W84°42.20' 044° 2.6 NM to fid. 879/4W. 
ILS 108.7 l-JDP Rwy 27. Class IT. LOC unusable byd 20° right of course. 

Rwy 18L. Class IA. LOC unusable byd 25° left of course. 
Rwy 18C. Class IB. 
Rwy 09. Class IB. 
Rwy 36C. Class HIE. 
Rwy 36R. Class HIE. 
Rwy 36L. Class HIE. 
Rwy 18R. Class HIE. 



ILS/DME 110.15 


l-CIZ 


Chan 38(Y) 


ILS/DME 111.55 


1— SIC 


Chan 52(Y) 


ILS/DME 111.9 


l-URN 


Chan 56 


ILS/DME 109.9 


l-CVG 


Chan 36 


ILS/DME 110.35 


I-EEI 


Chan 40(Y) 


ILS/DME 110.75 


l-VAC 


Chan 44(Y) 


ILS/DME 110.75 


l-CJN 


Chan 44(Y) 



CUMBERLAND RIVER N36°59.77' ws4°4o.8s' NOTAM file LOU. 

NDB(MHW)388 CDX 048° 4.7 NM to Lake Cumberland Rgnl. NDB unmonitored. 



CINCINNATI 
L-2GG 



CUNNINGHAM N37°00.52' W88°50.22' NOTAM FILE PAH. 

(L)VORTACW 113.1 CNG Chan 78 041° 4.4 NM to Barkley Rgnl. 480/03E. 



ST LOUIS 
L-16H 



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209 



CYNTHIANA-HARRISONCO (0is) 2 s utc-5(-4dt 

721 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 11-29: H3852X75 (ASPH) S-16, D-25 MIRL 

RWV 11: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 4.5°TCH 41'. Railroad. 

RWV 29: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 5.0°TCH 33'. Thld dsplcd 1095'. 

Trees. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 11: TORA-2757 TODA-3852 ASDA-3852 LDA-3852 

RWV 29: TORA-3852 TODA-3852 ASDA-3852 LDA-2757 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Zt-dusk. Fuel 24 hr credit card svc 

avbl. Rwy 29 Thld crossing height: TCH 33' over dsplcd thld. MIRL 

Rwy 11-29 preset low ints. To increase ints and ACTIVATE SAVASI 

Rwys 11 and 29 and REIL Rwys 11-29 —122.9. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

FALMOUTH (H) VOR/DME 117.0 FLM Chan 117 N38°38.97' 
W84°18.64' 180° 17.0 NM to fid. 810/04W. 



N38°21.97' W84-17.00 




CINCINNATI 

H-10G, L-26G 

IAP 



DANVILLE 

STUART POWELL FLD (DVK) 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N37°34.65' W84°46.17 
1022 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 12-30: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-15.5 MIRL 

RWV 12: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 34'. Trees. 

RWV 30: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 29'. 
RWV 01-19: H1971X75 (ASPH-RFSC) 0.4% up N 

RWV 01: Fence. RWV 19: Thld dsplcd 152'. Hill. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Sun 1700-OOOOZt-, Nov-Mar Mon-Sat 

1330-2200Zt-, Apr-Oct Mon-Sat 1330-OOOOZt-. Aerobatic 

practice area over S side of arpt. Aim point markings 1200' from 

marked thld. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 12-30, PAPI Rwy 12-30 and 

REIL Rwy 30— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 128.325 (859) 854-0058. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® LEXINGTON APP/DEP CON 120.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LEX. 

LEXINGTON (L)VORTAC 112.6 HYK Chan 73 N37°57.98' 
W84°28.35' 211° 27.2 NM to fid. 1039/00E. 

GOODALL NDD (MHW) 311 DVK N37°34.59' W84°45.84' 
at fid. NOTAM FILE LOU. 

ILS/DME 108.9 l-PQQ Chan 26 Rwy 30. LOC only. 




DAWSON SPRINGS 

TRADEWATER (8M7) 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N37 ,: 11.34' W87"40.50' 
405 NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 18-3B: 2875X80 (TURF) 

RWV 18: Trees. RWV 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 18-36 Rwy edges marked by white painted tires. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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210 



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ELIZABETHTOWN 



ADDINGTON FLD (EKX) 4W UTC-5(-4DT) N37°41.16' W85°55.50 
775 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 05-23: H6001X100 (ASPH) S-35 MIRL 0.4% up NE 
RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 36'. Tree. 
RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300Zi;-dusk, Sat-Sun 
1400-2300ZT-. Deer and birds on and invof arpt. Parachute 
Jumping. MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset low intensity and REIL Rwy 05 
and Rwy 23 ops dusk-dawn, to increase intensity MIRL Rwy 
05-23 and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 05 and 
Rwy 23 ops 24 hrs. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 121.025 (270) 763-6433. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® LOUISVILLE APP/DEP CON 132.075(E) 123.675(W) 

CLNC DEL 119.45 (except Sun and Mon 0500-1130ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NEW HOPE (DVOR/DME 110.8 EWO Chan 45 N37°37.91' 

W85°40.55' 284° 12.3 NM to fid. 960/01E. 
ILS/DME 109.75 l-ADR Chan 34(Y) Rwy 05. (LOC only) 



ST LOUIS 

H-5E, 10F, L-16J 

IAP 




FALLS-OF-ROUGH 

ROUGH RIVER STATE PARK (2I3) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N37°36.59' W86°30.43 
577 B NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 02-20: H3200X75 (ASPH) S-8 MIRL 

RWY 02: Road. RWY 20: PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. UNICOM monitored 

irregularly. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. g 

CENTRAL CITY (L) VORTAC 109.8 CCT Chan 35 J* 

N37°22.95' W87°15.82' 070° 38.6 NM to fid. 450/01W. * 




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211 



FALMOUTH 



GENE SNYDER (K62) 4 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N38°42.24' W84°23.51 
899 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 03-21: H3994X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.4% up SW 

RWV 03: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 37'. Trees. 

RWV 21: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 41'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

03-21—122.9. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 123.825 (859) 554-1345. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

CINCINNATI APP/DEP CON 121.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

FALMOUTH (H)VOR/DME 117.0 FLM Chan 117 N38°38.97' 
W84°18.64' 315° 5.0 NM to fid. 810/04W. 



CINCINNATI 

L-26G, 27E 

IAP 





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(H)VOR/DME 117.0 FLM Chan 117 353° 27.7 NM to Cincinnati Muni Arpt Lunken Fid, OH. H-10G, L-26G, 27E 

810/04W. 
RCO 122. 1R 117. OT (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 



FLEMING-MASON (see flemingsburg) 



FLEMINGSBURG 

FLEMING-MASON (FOX) 7N UTC-5(-4DT) N38°32.51' W83°44.60 
913 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 07-25: H5001X75 (ASPH) S-35, D-50 MIRL 

RWV 07: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Thld dsplcd 299'. 

Trees. 

RWV 25: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.65° TCH 40'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-22002+, Sat 1500-2100, 

Sun 1600-2100Z:t. For svc after hrs call 606-845-6801. 

Parachute Jumping. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 07-25; REIL and PAPI 

Rwy 07 and Rwy 25 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.125 (606) 742-2008. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.225 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

FALMOUTH (H)VOR/DME 117.0 FLM Chan 117 N38°38.97' 
W84°18.64' 107° 27.5 NM to fid. 810/04W. 

FLMNG NDB (MHW/LOM) 400 XW N38°34.42' W83°38.82' 

252° 4.9 NM to fid. NDB unusable 030°-120° byd 10 NM. 

ILS 109.15 l-XWI Rwy 25. Localizer only. LOM FLMNG NDB 




FLMNG N38°34.42' W83°38.82' NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 400 XW 252° 4.9 NM to Fleming-Mason. NDB unusable 030° 


-120° byd 10 NM. 


CINCINNATI 
L-26G 


FORT CAMPBELL (see campbell aafj 


FORT KNOX N37°54.45' W85°58.37' NOTAM FILE FTK. 

(T)VOR/DME 109.6 FTK Chan 33 at Godman AAF. 740/01W. 




ST LOUIS 
L-16J 



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FRANKFORT 

CAPITAL CITY (FFT) 1 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N38°10.92' W84°54.37' 
806 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ TPA— 1802(996) NOTAM FILE FFT 
RWY 06-24: H5905X100 (ASPH) S-44, D-51, DT-82 MIRL 0.5% up SW 
RWY OB: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. 
RWY 24: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 34'. Pole. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 06: T0RA-5500 T0DA-5500 ASDA-5500 LDA-5500 
RWY 24: TORA-5900 TODA-5900 ASDA-5900 LDA-5900 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0300Z1;. Deer and birds on and 
invof arpt. Rwy 06 departures maintain rwy heading until 1000 
AGL before making turn on course. P-line 742 ft from Rwy 24 end 
Igtd. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 06-24, PAPI Rwy 06 and Rwy 24, and 
REIL Rwy 06 and Rwy 24— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.275 (502) 227-5087 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122. 1R 109. 4T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 
® LEXIN6T0N APP/DEP CON 120.75 CLNC DEL 118.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LEX. 

LEXINGTON (L)VORTAC 112.6 HYK Chan 73 N37°57.98' 

W84°28.35' 302° 24.3 NM to fid. 1039/00E. 
FRANKFORT (T) VOR 109.4 FFT N38°10.95' W84°54.52' at 
fid. VOR unusable 001°-104° byd 10 NM bio 6000', 105°-360° 
bio 6,000'. NOTAM FILE LOU. 
ILS/DME 109.95 l-FFT Chan 36(Y) Rwy 24. LOC only. 



CINCINNATI 

H-10G, L-26G, 27E 

IAP 




HELIPAD HI: H100X100 (CONC) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Uncontrolled military helicopter traffic N of Rwy 06-24. Daniel Boone Heliport located one-half 
NM North of Rwy 24 thld. Military helicopters use right base to Rwy 24. 

FRANKFORT N38°10.95' W84°54.52' NOTAM FILE LOU. CINCINNATI 

(T) VOR 109.4 FFT at Capital City. VOR unusable 001°-104° byd 10 NM bio 6000', L-26G, 27E 

105°-360° bio 6000'. 
RCO 122. 1R 109. 4T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 

FULTON (1M7) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N36°31.55' W88°54.94' ST LOUIS 

400 B S2 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 09-27: H2700X60 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWY 09: REIL. VASI(V2L). Trees. RWY 27: REIL. VASI(V2L). Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27 and REIL Rwys 09 and 27— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 



GENE SNYDER (See falmouth) 



GENEVA N37°48.19' W87°46.25' NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NOB (MHW) 224 GVA 087°4.1 NM to Henderson City-Co. SHUTDOWN. 



ST LOUIS 
L— 161 



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213 



GEORGETOWN SCOTT CO-MARSHALL FLO ( 27k> 

947 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LOU 

RWV 03-21: H5498X100 (ASPH) S-30 HIRL 0.3% up NE 

RWV 03: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. 

RWV 21: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0200Z:t. Rwy 03-21 SW 1500' 

unlgtd. For fuel after firs call 859-608-8858. Fee charged. 

ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 03-21; PAPI Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 REIL Rwy 03 

and Rwy 21 and Igtd wind sock — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.975 (502) 867-1564. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® LEXINGTON APP/DEP CON 120.75 (221°-039°) 120.15 (040°-220°) 
CLNC DEL 127.425 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LEX. 

LEXINGTON (L)VORTAC 112.6 HYK Chan 73 

N37°57.98' W84°28.35' 006° 16.2 NM to fid. 1039/00E. 



6 E UTC-5(-4DT) N38°14.07' W84°26.08 

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CINCINNATI 
OG, L-26G, 27E 
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KENTUCKY DAM STATE PARK (M34) i nw utc-6(-sdt) N37°oo.58' W88°i7.96 

349 B NOTAM FILE LOU 

RWV 09-27: H4000X100 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWV 09: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 21'. Trees. 

RWV 27: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 21'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer and large flocks of geese on and 

invof arpt. MIRL Rwy 09-27 preset med ints; to increase ints and 

ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 09-27— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.075 (270) 362-9685. OTS indef 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PAH. 

CUNNINGHAM (L) VORTACW 113.1 CNG Chan 78 N37°00.52' 
W88°50.22' 087° 25.8 NM to fid. 480/03E. 



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GLASGOW MUNI (GLW) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N37°01.91' WS5°57.23 
716 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 07-25: H5301X100 (ASPH) S-30 HIRL 

RWV07: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 26'. 

RWY 25: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 29'. Thld dsplcd 301'. 

Road. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 07: TORA-5301 TODA-5301 ASDA-5000 LDA-5000 

RWY 25: T0RA-5301 TODA-5301 ASDA-5301 LDA-5000 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z:t. For svc after hrs 

call 270-678-4400. Parachute Jumping. Rwy 25 NSTD location of 

dsplcd thld markings 40' from dsplcd thld Igts (Igts in correct 

position at 288' markings at 328'). HIRL Rwy 07-25 preset low 

ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 07 and Rwy 

25— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.525 (270) 678-5787. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BWG. 

BOWLING GREEN (H)VORTACW 117.9 BWG Chan 

126 N36°55.73' W86°26.61' 073° 24.3 NM to fid. 565/02E. 

BEAVER CREEK NDB (MHW) 260 BVQ N37°01.05' W86°00.55' 
074° 2.8 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE LOU. 

SDF 108.5 GLW Rwy 07. SDF unmonitored 2200-1300ZJ:. 



ST LOUIS 

H-5E, 9A, L-16J 

IAP 




GODMANAAF (ftkmkftk) 

755 B NOTAM FILE FTK 
RWY 18-36: H5185X150 (ASPH 

RWY 18: SALSF. PVASI(PSIL). 
RWY 15-33: H4853X75 (ASPH) 

RWY 15: REIL. 
RWY 09-27: H4999X150 (PEM) 
RWY 05-23: H1900X90 (ASPH) 
MILITARY SERVICE: JASU l(AGPU) 



1W UTC-5(-4DT) N37°54.42' W85°58.32' 

Not insp. 
PCN 120 F/A/W/T HIRL 

RWY 36: ODALS. PVASI(PSIL). 
PCN 120 F/A/W/T HIRL 



ST LOUIS 

H-5E, 10F, L-16J 

DIAP 



PCN 10 F/A/W/T 
PCN 12 F/A/W/T 

FUEL J8 Avbl Mon-Sun 1100-0300ZJ; excluding Federal holidays. OIL 0-156 
MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. Ctc twr prior to engine start. Restricted area 1 NM 
SE of airfield. RSTD Rwy 09-27 CLOSED until further notice. Official Business Only, PPR, DSN 464-5545, 
C502-624-5545. Inbound acft Code 7 or abv ctc Base OPS 20 minutes prior to Idg. CAUTION Do not overfly the 
Gold Depository located 1 NM south of apch end Rwy 36. TFC PAT West side of airfield. MISC Wx forecast 
1200-OlOOZt-. Visibility restricted to Vl6 NM due to hangar. FMQ-19 Wx Sensor and Runway Visual Range 
sensor located near mid-field, all readings are taken from that point. Wx observation automated and augmented 
as required. Ctc Gnd prior to engine start. Other times ctc Scott OWS DSN 576-9755/9702, 
C618-256-9755/9702 HTTPS://150WS.SCOTT.AF.MIL-FMQ-19 in use. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 133.35 233.7 ATIS 109.6 (Mon-Fri 1100-0300ZJ:, Sat-Sun 1200-2000ZJ; excluding 

holidays.) 
D LOUISVILLE APP/DEP CON 123.675 132.07 327.0 

TOWER 133.35 233.7 (Mon-Fri 1100-0300ZJ:, Sat-Sun 1200-2000ZJ; except hols. Other times ctc Godman 
Advisory svc on twr freq). GND CON 121.9 239.3 PMSV METRO 139.65 (Full svc during forecast hours.) 
OPS 126.2 234.4 AIR TO AIR 237.5 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1100-0300Z:t, Sat-Sun 1200-2000ZJ: except holidays other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FTK. 

FORT KNOX (T)VOR/DME 109.6 FTK Chan 33 N37°54.45' W85°58.37' at fid. 740/1W. 
MYSTIC (L) VOR 108.2 MYS N37°53.64' W86°14.67' 087° 13.0 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE LOU. 
NDB (MHW) 396 GOI N37°57.52' W85°58.60' 178° 3.1 NM to fid. 



GOODALL N37°34.59'W84°45.84' NOTAM FILE LOU. 
NDB (MHW) 311 DVK at Stuart Powell Fid. 



CINCINNATI 
L-26G 



GRAYSON CO (See LEITCHFIELD) 



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215 



GREENVILLE 

MUHLENBERG CO (M21) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N37°13.57' W87°09.38' 
422 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 05-23: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-28 MIRL 

RWV 05: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 5.0° TCH 30'. Road. 
RWV 23: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 5.0° TCH 25'. Thld dsplcd 400'. 
Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300ZT-. Prior arrangement for svc 
after hr call 270-338-9419. 100LL fuel self serve 24 hrs with 
credit card. JET A fuel avbl on req during hrs arpt attended. For 
JET A fuel and other svc after hrs call 270-543-5198. Parachute 
Jumping. Marked and Igtd p-line under Rwy 05 apch 1000' from 
rwy end. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23; SAVASI and REIL Rwys 05 
and 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 120.375 (270) 338-7788. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® EVANSVILLE APP/DEP CON 125.4 (1200-0500ZJ:) 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.85. (0500-1200ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

CENTRAL CITY (L)VORTAC 109.8 CCT Chan 35 N37°22.95' 

W87°15.82' 152° 10.7 NM to fid. 450/01W. 
NDB (MHW) 362 GMH N37°13.62' W87°09.55' atfld.VFR 
only. 



ST LOUIS 

H-5E. 9A, L— 161 

IAP 




HANCOCK CO-RON LEWIS FLD (see lewisport) 



HARDINSBURG 

BRECKINRIDGE CO (193) IE UTC-6(-5DT) N37°47.10' W86°26.52 
735 NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 09-27: H3500X75 (ASPH) S-5 LIRL 

RWV 09: Road. RWV 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 09-27 open cracks, raveling. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NEW HOPE (DVOR/DME 110.8 EWO Chan 45 N37°37.91' 
W85°40.55' 283° 37.6 NM to fid. 960/01E. 



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UTC-5(-4DT) N36°51.56' W83°21.51' 



CINCINNATI 
L-26H 



HARLAN 

TUCKER-GUTHRIE MEML (135) 2 nw 

1551 FUEL JET A NOTAM FILE LOU 

RWV 08-26: H2700X75 (ASPH) S-24 1.0% down SW 

RWV 08: VASI (NSTD). Trees. RWV 26: Thld dsplcd 670'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400Z:t-dusk. CAUTION — Arpt located in mountainous terrain, possible turbulence. Rwy 

08 2-box VASI on both sides of rwy for day use only. ACTIVATE VASI Rwy 08 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



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KENTUCKY 



HARTFORD 



OHIO CO (7K4) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N37°27.50' W86°51.00' 
535 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1 NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 03-21: H4818X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 03: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWY 21: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 44'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300ZT-. Deer on and invof arpt. For 

after hours SVC call 270-298-3500. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21 

and PAPI Rwys 03 and 21 — CTAF. Lgts also avbl by phone request 

by calling 270-298-3500. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

EVANSVILLE APP/DEP CON 126.4 (1200-0500Zt) 

INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.3 (0500-1200Z+) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

CENTRAL CITY (L)VORTAC 109.8 CCT Chan 35 N37°22.95' 
W87°15.82' 078° 20.3 NM to fid. 450/01W. 




HAZARD 



WENDELL H FORD (K20) 10 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N37°23.24' W83°15.70 
1253 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 14-32: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 14: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 29'. Trees. 

RWY 32: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 4.0. TCH 38'. Hill. 
RWY 06-24: H3250X60 (ASPH) S-12 

RWY OB: Thld dsplcd 277'. RWY 24: Thld dsplcd 282'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-dusk. Rwy 06-24 moderate 

cracking. Rwy 06 dsplcd thld lgts 65 ft W of marked dsplcd thld. 

Rwy 24 dsplcd thld lgts 10 ft E of marked dsplcd thld. Rwy 32 

PAPI unusable byd 2.5 NM. Unusable byd 7° right of final and byd 

5° left of final. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32, REIL Rwy 14 and Rwy 

32, PAPI Rwy 14 and Rwy 32 — CTAF. Ldg fee: ramp fees. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.025 (606) 435-2452. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

HAZARD RCO 122. 1R 111.2T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.575. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

HAZARD (DVOR/DME 111.2 AZQ Chan 49 N37°23.48' 
W83°15.78' at fid. 1247/04W. 



CINCINNATI 

H-10G, 12G, L-26H 

IAP 




HAZARD N37°23.48' W83°15.78' NOTAM FILE LOU. 

(DVOR/DME 111.2 AZQ Chan 49 at Wendell H Ford. 1247/04W. 

DME unusable byd 25 NM bio 4500'. 
RCO 122. 1R 111.2T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 



CINCINNATI 
L-26H 



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KENTUCKY 



217 



HENDERSON CITY-CO (EHR) 4W UTC-6(-5DT) N37 48.47' W87°41.14' 
387 B S3 FUEL 100, JET A 0X3 NOTAM FILE EHR 
RWV 09-27: H5504X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWV 09: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47'. 
RWV 27: REIL. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300Z:t.-dusk, Sat-Sun 

1400ZT- — dusk. MIRL Rwy 09-27 preset on low ints; to increase 
ints— CTAF. ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 09 and REIL Rwy 09 and Rwy 
27— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 128.175 (270) 826-0511. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® EVANSVILLE APP/DEP CON 126.4 (1200-0500ZT-) 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.3 (0500-1200Zt) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HUF. 

POCKET CITY (H)VORTACW 113.3 PXV Chan 80 N37°55.70' 
W87°45.74' 150° 8.1 NM to fid. 384/03E. 
HIWAS. 
GENEVA NDB (MHW) 224 GVA N37°48.19' W87°46.25' 
087° 4.1 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE LOU. SHUTDOWN. 




HIGUY N37°38.14' W87°09.73' NOTAM FILE OWB. 

NDB (LOM) 341 OW 360° 6.3 NM to Owensboro-Daviess Co. 



HONEY GROVE N36°52.84' W87°20.25' NOTAM FILE LOU. 
NDB (MHW) 356 HIX 257° 5.8 NM to Hopkinsville-Christian Co. 



ST LOUIS 
L-1GI 



HOPKINSVILLE-CHRISTIAN CO ( hvc) 2e utc-6(-5dt 

564 B FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE LOU 

RWV 08-26: H5505X100 (ASPH) S-14 MIRL 0.5% up E 

RWV 08: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 38'. Trees. 

RWV 26: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 34'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-OlOOZt-, Parachute Jumping. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 08-26 and REIL Rwy 08 and Rwy 26—122.8 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 132.575 (270) 886-6311. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® CAMPBELL APP/DEP CON 118.1 CLNC DEL 120.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CKV. 

CLARKSVILLE (T) VOR/DME 110.6 CKV Chan 43 N36°37.32' 
W87°24.76' 353° 14.2 NM to fid. 540/01W. 

HONEV GROVE NDB (MHW) 356 HIX N36°52.84' W87°20.25' 
257° 5.8 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE LOU. 

ILS 109.1 l-HVC Rwy 26. Localizer only. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Key mike 3 times and wait for Cine Del. 

CLNC DEL OTS indef. 



N36°51.42' W87°27.31' 




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218 



KENTUCKY 



JACKSON 



JULIAN CARROLL ,jkl, 4 he 

1381 B NOTAM FILE JKL 
RWY 01-19: H4400X75 (ASPH) 



UTC-5(-4DT) N37°35.63' W83°19.04' 



S-12.5 MIRL0.6%upN 

RWY 01: REIL. Trees. RWY19:REIL. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. MIRL Rwy 01-19 OTS indef. 

REIL Rwy 01 and Rwy 19 OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 01-19 

and REIL Rwy 01 and Rwy 19 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.375 (606) 666-2794 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
S) INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.57 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

HAZARD (DVOR/DME 111.2 AZQ Chan 49 N37°23.48' 
W83°15.78' 352° 12.4 NM to fid. 1247/04W. 



CINCINNATI 
L-26H 

IAP 




JAMESTOWN 



RUSSELL CO (K24) 2 NW UTC-6(- 
1011 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWY 17-35: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-12 



5DT) N37°00.58' W85°06.16' 
NOTAM FILE LOU 
MIRL 1.0% up N 



RWY 17: REIL. PAPI(P4L)-GA 4.0° TCH 36'. Trees. 

RWY 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. Fuel after hrs, call 

270-343-2739. Drag strip at old arpt, approximately 1 mile NE, 

Do Not mistake for rwy. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.6 (270) 343-5556. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.625 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

LIVINGSTON (L)VORTAC 108.4 LVT Chan 21 N36°35.07' 
W85°10.00' 009° 25.7 NM to fid. 1020/02W. 




JULIAN CARROLL (see jackson) 



KENTUCKY DAM STATE PARK (see gilbertsville) 



KYLE-OAKLEY FLO (see Murray) 



LAANG N38°08.69' W85°38.00' NOTAM FILE SDF. 

NOB (LOM) 414 LK 293° 5.2 NM to Louisville Intl-Standiford Fid. 



LAKE BARKLEY STATE PARK (see cadiz) 



LAKE CUMBERLAND RGNL 



(See SOMERSET) 



LEBANON-SPRINGFIELD (see springfield) 



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219 



LEITCHFIELD 



GRAYSON CO (M20) 4 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N37°23.99' W86°15.68' 
760 B FUEL 100LL TPA— 1560 (800) NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 02-20: H4000X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 
RWV 02: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 27'. Trees. 
RWV 20: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 26'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended on call. Fuel avbl on call: 270-259-3081. 
Rwy 02-20 2% downslope for Rwy 20. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20, 
VASI Rwy 02 and Rwy 20 and rotating ben — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BWG. 

BOWLINE EREEN (H) VORTACW 117.9 BWG Chan 

126 N36°55.73' W86°26.61' 015° 29.5 NM to fid. 
565/02E. 




Q <3 0"°0 O O 



LEWISPORT 

HANCOCK CO-RON LEWIS FLD (KYS) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N37°57.19' W86°51.43' STLOOIS 

412 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE KYB L— 1 61 

RWV 05-23: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-16.5 MIRL IAP 

RWV 05: REIL. Trees. 

RWV 23: REIL. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23, REIL Rwy 05 and Rwy 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.775 (270) 295-3565. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

EVANSVILLE APP/DEP CON 126.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

CENTRAL CITY (L)VORTAC 109.8 CCT Chan 35 N37°22.95' W87°15.82' 030° 39.3 NM to fid. 450/01W. 



LEXINGTON 



N38°02.19' W84°36.35' 

2,3 LRA Class I, ARFF Index B 



CINCINNATI 

H-10E, L-26B, 27E 

IAP, AD 



BLUE GRASS (lex) 4w utc-5(-4dtj 

979 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A OX 

NOTAM FILE LEX 
RWV 04-22: H7003X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-140, D-169, ST-175, 

DT-275 HIRL CL 0.5% up NE 

RWV 04: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 60'. Tree. 

RWV 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 60'. Tree. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 04: T0RA-7003 TODA-7003 ASDA-7003 LDA-6603 

RWV 22: T0RA-7003 TODA-7003 ASDA-7003 LDA-6603 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. U.S. Customs user fee arpt. 

AER 22 has painted mural on retaining wall before rwy thld — gives 

illusion of elevated bridge structure can be distracting on apch. 

Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (859) 281-5700. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 126.3 UNICOM 122.95 
® LEXINETON APP/DEP CON 120.75 (221°-039°) 120.15 133.4 
(040°-220°) 

LEXINETON TOWER 119.1 END CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 132.35 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LEX. 

LEXINETON (L)VORTAC 112.6 HYK Chan 73 N37°57.98' 
W84°28.35' 304° 7.6 NM to fid. 1039/00E. 

BLAVD NDD (MHW/LOM) 242 LE N37°59.22' W84°39.63' 045° 3.9 NM to fid. 

BRIDL NDB (LOM) 340 GN N38°07.47' W84°30.42' 226° 7.1 NM to fid. 

ILS 110.1 l-LEX Rwy 04. Class IE. LOM BLAYD NDB. GS unusable 0.3 NM to thld. 

ILS 111.75 l-GNJ Rwy 22. Class IA. LOM BRIDL NDB. LOC unusable byd 20° left and right of course 




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LEXINGTON N37°57.98' W84°28.35' NOTAM FILE LEX. 

(L)VORTAC 112.6 HYK Chan 73 304° 7.6 NM to Blue Grass. 1039/00E. 
RCO 122. 1R 112. 6T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 

LIBERTY-CASEY CO (I53) 7W UTC-5(-4DT) N37°18.51' W85°03.55' 
1040 NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 01-19: H3000X60 (ASPH) 

RWY 01: Trees. RWY 19: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. VFR ops dalgt only. Trees and 

elevations of land to left and right of apch to Rwy 19 penetrate 

transitional surface. Rwy 01 Igtd and marked radio twr 310' 

vicinity of rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NEW HOPE (DVOR/DME 110.8 EWO Chan 45 N37°37.91' 
W85°40.55' 122° 35.3 NM to fid. 960/01E. 



CINCINNATI 
H-10G, L-2BB, 27E 



ST LOUIS 
L-2BG 




LONDON-CQRBIN ARPT-MAGEE FLD (loz) 3 s utc-5(-4dt) N37°05.2i' ws4°04.64' 

1212 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X1,3 NOTAM FILE LOZ 

RWY 06-24: H5750X150 (ASPH) S-71, D-95, ST-120, DT-151 MIRL 0.5% up SW 

RWY 06: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 48'. Thld dsplcd 100'. Tree. 

RWY 24: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0°TCH 73'. Thld dsplcd 550'. 

Tower. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dawn-dusk. Small flocks of migrating birds 

on and invof arpt. PAEW Rwy 06-24 750' north. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 06-24 and REIL Rwy 06 and 24— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.075 (606) 877-1699. 

HIWAS 116.1 LOZ. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 123.0 UNICOM 123.0 

RCO 122.65 122.2 122. 1R 116. IT (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.625 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOZ. 

(L)VORTAC 116.1 LOZ Chan 108 N37°01.99' W84°06.60' 
029° 3.6 NM to fid. 1245/03W. HIWAS. 
VOR portion unusable 012°-060° byd 7 NM bio 10,500'. ~ $' ^v Q ~g ~ 

ILS/DME 110.9 l-LOZ Chan 46 Rwy 06. 



CINCINNATI 

H-9A, L-26G 

IAP 




LOUISVILLE N38°06.21' W85°34.65' NOTAM FILE LOU. 

(H)VORTAC 114.8 1 1 U Chan 95 330° 8.5 NM to Bowman Fid. 720/01E. 

VOR portion unusable 285°-093° bio 10,000'. 
RCO 122.45 122.2 122. 1R (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 



ST LOUIS 
H-5E, 10F, L-26F, 27E 



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221 



LOUISVILLE 



BOWMAN FLD <lou) 5 se utc-5(-4dt) 

546 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A OX 1, 2 
RWV 06-24: H4326X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 06: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 48'. Thld dsplcd 813'. Trees 

RWV 24: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.8° TCH 42'. Thld dsplcd 307'. 

Trees. 
RWV 15-33: H3579X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.6% up NW. 

RWV 15: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 31'. Thld dsplcd 206'. Tree. 

RWV 33: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 42'. Thld dsplcd 341'. 

Trees. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



N38°13.68' W85°39.82' 
3, 4 LRA NOTAM FILE LOU 
0.3% up SW. 



RWV 06: 
RWV 15: 
RWV 24: 
RWV 33: 



T0RA-4047 
TORA-3238 
TORA-3509 
T0RA-3373 



TODA-4357 
TODA-3579 
TODA-4357 
TODA-3579 



ASDA-4316 
ASDA-3579 
ASDA-4165 
ASDA-3466 



LDA-3469 
LDA-3373 
LDA-3856 
LDA-3125 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0300Z:t. Be alert for birds on and 

invof arpt during dalgt hrs. Stage 3 compliance required for 

turbojet acft. PPR for all acft over 30,000 lbs GWT. Call arpt 

manager 502-368-6524 for PPR. When twr clsd training opr 

prohibited. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 06-24 and Rwy 15-33— CTAF. 

Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. NOTE: See Special 

Notices — Terminal Area Graphic Notice. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (502) 473-0693. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.5 ATIS 112.2 UNICOM 122.95 

LOUISVILLE RCO 122.45 122.2 122. 1R (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 
® LOUISVILLE APP/DEP CON 132.075(E) 123.675(W) 

TOWER 119.5 (1200-0300Z:t) 6ND CON 121.8 CLNC DEL 118.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS svc 1200-0300Z:t other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

(T1V0R/DME 112.2 BQM Chan 59 N38°13.81' W85°39.89' 
073°-063° bio 4000'. 

LAAN6 NDB (LOM) 414 LK N38°08.70' W85°38.00' 347° 5.2 NM fid. NOTAM FILE 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Ctc Louisville Radio for airport advisory service on 119.5 when 




at fid. 540/01W. VOR portion unusable 



SDF. 
twr is clsd. 



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ST LOUIS 

H-5E, 10F, L-27E 

IAP, AD 




LOUISVILLE INTL— STANDIFORD FLD (sdf) 4 s utc-5(-4dt) N38°io.45' W85°44.i9' 

501 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE SDF 
RWY 17R-35L: H 11890X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-207, DT-360, DDT-850 

PCN 70 R/C/W/T HIRL CL 

RWY 17R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 75'. 

Thld dsplcd 850'. 

RWY 35L: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 75'. Thld dsplcd 1040' 
RWY 17L-35R: H8579X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-207, DT-360, 

DDT-850 PCN 70 R/C/W/T HIRL CL 

RWY 17L: MALSR. TDZL PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 75'. 

Thld dsplcd 329'. 0.3% down. 

RWY 35R: ALSF2. TDZL PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 75'. 

Thld dsplcd 450'. 0.3% up. 
RWY 11-29: H7250X150 (CONC-WC) S-75, D-170, DT-360, DDT-850 

PCN 59 R/C/W/T HIRL 

RWY11:Bldg. RWY 29: MALSR. 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 17L: T0RA-8579 TODA-8579 ASDA-8129 LDA-7800 

RWY 17R: T0RA-11095 TODA-11095 ASDA-11095 LDA-10000 

RWY35L: TORA-11290 T0DA-11290 ASDA-11290 LDA-10000 

RWY35R: T0RA-8579 TODA-8579 ASDA-8250 LDA-7800 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Continuous construction on arpt, be alert for frequent rwy and twy 

closures. Birds on and invof arpt. ASDE-X Surveillance System in use: Pilots should opr transponders with Mode 

C on all twys and rwys. Taxi in position and hold waiver in effect from 0830Z:t until SR at the intersection of Rwy 

17R at Twy B and at the intersection of Rwy 35L at Twy B. These rwys will be used for departures only when 

exercising the provisions of this waiver. Std dep point on Rwy 17R is at Twy B. Pilots must req use of Rwy 17R 

extension. Declared distance for tkf at Twy B ASDA/TORA/TODA 10,245'. Std dep point on Rwy 35L is at Twy B. 

Pilots must req use of Rwy 35L extension. Declared distance for tkf at Twy B ASDA/TORA/TODA 10,250'. Rwy 

17L RVR avbl touchdown, midpoint and rollout. Rwy 17R RVR avbl touchdown, midfield and rollout. Rwy 35L RVR 

avbl touchdown, midfield, rollout. Rwy 35R RVR avbl touchdown, midfield and rollout. Flight Notification Service 

(ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (502) 367-1492. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 118.725 UNICOM 122.95 
® APP CON 134.15 132.075(E) 123.675(W) 
® DEP CON 132.075(E) 123.675(W) 

TOWER 124.2 GND CON 121.7 CLNC DEL 126.1 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

(H)VORTAC 114.8 IIU Chan 95 N38°06.21' W85°34.65' 298° 8.6 NM to fid. 720/01E. 

LAANG NDB (LOM) 414 LK N38°08.69' W85°38.00' 293° 5.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE SDF. 

ILS/DME 110.55 l-JJM Chan 42(Y) Rwy 35R. Class HIE. 

ILS 109.1 l-LKS Rwy 29. LOM LAANG NDB. LOC only. (LOC BC unusable). 

ILS/DME 109.35 l-RLI Chan 30(Y) Rwy 35L. Class HIE. 

ILS/DME 111.95 l-PKI Chan 56(Y) Rwy 17L. Class IE. 

ILS/DME 110.3 l-SNU Chan 40 Rwy 17R. 



MADISON (See RICHMOND) 



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223 



MADISONVILLE MUNI (2I0) 5 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N37°21.36' W87°23.89' 
439 B FUEL 100, JET A+ 0X3 NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 05-23: H6050X100 (ASPH) S-75, D-130 HIRL 0.5% up SW 
RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 33'. Trees. 
RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 45'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2300ZJ:, Sat-Sun; and 
holidays 1400-2300ZJ:. PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 on continuous. 
HIRL Rwy 05-23 preset low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE 
REIL Rwy 05 and Rwy 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 126.475 (270) 821-4554. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® EVANSVILLE APP/DEP CON 126.4 (1200-0500ZJ:) CLNC DEL 120.1 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.3 (0500-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

CENTRAL CITY (L)VORTAC 109.8 CCT Chan 35 N37°22.95' 
W87°15.82' 257° 6.6 NM to fid. 450/01W. 




N37°20.18' W88°06.58' 



ST LOUIS 
L-161 

IAP 



MARION-CRITTENDEN CO (5M9) i sw utc-6(-sdt) 

650 B FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 07-25: H4400X75 (ASPH) MIRL 0.5% up W 

RWV 07: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Trees. RWY 25: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended, etc arpt manager for current rwy conditions 270-965-4242. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

07-25, REIL Rwy 07 and Rwy 25, PAPI Rwy 07 and Rwy 25— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PAH. 

CUNNINGHAM (L) VORTACW 113.1 CNG Chan 78 N37°00.52' W88°50.22' 057° 40.0 NM to fid. 480/03E. 



MAYFIELD GRAVES CO (M25) 3 ne utc-6(-5dt) 

523 B FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 18-3B: H5001X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. 
RWV 36: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400Zd;-dusk. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36, 

REIL and PAPI Rwys 18 and 36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.625 (270) 247-2094. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.65 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PAH. 

CUNNINGHAM (L) VORTACW 113.1 CNG Chan 78 N37°00.52' 

W88°50.22' 137° 18.8 NM to fid. 480/03E. 
NDB(MHW)401 GGK N36°41.46' W88°35.54' 005° 4.6 NM 
to fid. NOTAM FILE LOU. Unmonitored. 



N36°46.18' W88°35.08' 



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L-25B 

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MIDDLESBORO— BELL CO (1A6) 1W UTC-5(-4DT) N36°36.64' W83°44.24 
1154 S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 10-28: H3630X75 (ASPH) S-19 0.4% up W 

RWY 10: Thld dsplcd 230'. Trees. RWY 28: REIL. VASI(NSTD). Thld dsplcd 80'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z4:-2200Zt. For svcs call 606-242-3134 or 606-248-3563. Self service fuel avbl 

24 hrs. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. Rwy 28 NSTD VASI two boxes left and right of rwy, day use only. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.425 (606) 248-3095. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP 124.625 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOZ. 

LONDON (L)VORTAC 116.1 LOZ Chan 108 N37°01.99' W84°06.60' 148° 31 NM to fid. 1245/03W. HIWAS. 

MONTICELLO 

WAYNE CO (EKQ) 2N UTC-5{-4DT) N36°51.32' W84°51.37' 
963 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 03-21: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 03: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 21: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-2300Zt. REIL Rwy 03 OTS indef. 

MIRL Rwy 03-21 preset low ints; to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 03 and Rwy 21, REIL Rwy 21 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.825 (606)348-0862. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.625 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

LIVINGSTON (L)VORTAC 108.4 LVT Chan 21 N36°35.07' 
W85°10.00' 045° 22.1 NM to fid. 1020/02W. 




(M97) 7 NW UTC-5(-4DT) 



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MOREHEAD-ROWAN CO CLYDE A. THOMAS RGNL 

N38°12.90' W83°35.26' 
1028 B NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 02-20: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 02: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. RWY 20: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20 and PAPI Rwy 02 and Rwy 20— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.225 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NEWCOME (L)VORTAC 110.4 ECB Chan 41 N38°09.50' W82°54.60' 278° 32.2 NM to fid. 1070/02W 



CINCINNATI 

H-10G, L-26G 

IAP 



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225 



MOUNT STERLING-MONTGOMERY CO (iobj 2w utc-5(-4dt) 

1019 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 03-21: H5002X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.7% up SW 

RWV 03: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0°. Trees. 

RWV 21: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0000Z:t. For svc after hrs call 

859-585-0844 or 859-498-6875. Self svc avbl 24 hrs. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21, REIL Rwys 03 and 21 and PAPI Rwy 

03 and Rwy 21— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.675 (859) 498-7001. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® LEXINGTON APP/DEP CON 120.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LEX. 

LEXINGTON (L)VORTAC 112.6 HYK Chan 73 N37°57.98' 
W84°28.35' 077° 24 NM to fid. 1039 /OOE. 

NDB(MHW)210 IOB N38°03.60' W83°58.89' at fid. NOTAM 
FILE LOU. 



N38°03.49' W83°58.78' 



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MUREY N36°43.24' W88°17.40' NOTAM FILE LOU. 
NDB (LOM) 368 EU 231° 5.1 NM to Kyle-Oakey fid. 



MURRAY 

KYLE-OAKLEY FLD 



(CEY) 4 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N36°39.88' W88°22.37' 



577 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+, MOGAS 0X1 NOTAM FILE LOU 

RWV 05-23: H6203X100 (ASPH-AFSC) S-30 MIRL 
RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 27'. Trees. 
RWV 23: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 30'. 

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

1900-2300Zt. For svc ngts call 270-978-0345. MIRL Rwy 
05-23 preset on low intensity, to increase MIRL intensity and 
ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23, REIL Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 and 
ODALS Rwy 23 — CTAF. Lgts also avbl other times by radio req on 
CTAF or call arpt manager 270-978-0345 or 270-489-2414. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.975 (270) 489-2424. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.65 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PAH. 

CUNNINGHAM (L) VORTACW 113.1 CNG Chan 78 N37°00.52' 

W88°50.22' 130° 30.4 NM to fid. 480/03E. 
MUREV NDB (LOM) 368 EU N36°43.24' W88°17.40' 231° 5.2 

NM to fid. NOTAM FILE LOU. 
ILS 110.5 l-EUY Rwy 23. LOM MUREY NDB. LOC only. 



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MYSTIC N37°53.64' W86°14.67' NOTAM FILE LOU. 
(L)VOR 108.2 MYS 087° 13.0 NM to Godman AAF. 



ST LOUIS 
H-5E, 10F, L-16J 



NEWCOMBE N38°09.50' W82°54.60' NOTAM FILE LOU. 

(L)VORTAC 110.4 ECB Chan 41 299° 12.4 NM to Olive Hill-Sellers' Fid. 1070/02W. 
RCO 122. 1R 110. 4T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 



CINCINNATI 
L-26H 



NEW HOPE N37°37.91' W85°40.55' NOTAM FILE LOU. 

(DVOR/DME 110.8 EWO Chan 45 036° 13.8 NM to Samuels Fid. 960/01E. 
RCO 122. 1R 110. 8T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 



ST LOUIS 
L-16J, 26F 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



226 



KENTUCKY 



NOORA N36°52.80' W86°28.90' NOTAM FILE BWG. 

NDB (LOM) 236 BW 032° 5.9 NM to Bowling Green-Warren Co Rgnl. LOM unusable byd 10 NM. 

OHIO CO (See HARTFORD) 

OLIVE HILL-SELLERS' FLD (212) 3 se utc-5(-4dt) N38 o i5.22' ws3°os.58' 

1016 NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 02-20: H2500X50 (ASPH) 

RWY 02: Trees. RWY 20: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 02-20 has widespread severe cracking with raveling and deterioration. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



RWY 05: 
RWY IS: 
RWY 23 
RWY 36: 



TORA-5000 
T0RA-7000 
TORA-5000 
TORA-8000 



TODA-5000 
TODA-7000 
TODA-5000 
T0DA-8000 



LDA-5000 
LDA-8000 
LDA-5000 
LDA-6500 



OWENSBORO-DAVIESS CO (OWB) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N37°44.33' W87°10.01' 

407 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE OWB 
RWY 18-36: H8000X150 (CONC) S-75, D-150, ST-175, DT-200 HIRL 
RWY 18: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 52'. 

RWY 36: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 56'. Thld dsplcd 1500'. 
P-line. 
RWY 05-23: H5000X100 (ASPH-CONC) S-40, D-40, 
DT-40 MIRL 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

ASDA-5000 
ASDA-8000 
ASDA-5000 
ASDA-8000 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Large flocks of birds on and 
invof arpt. Coyotes on and invof all rwys and twys. PPR 24 hours 
for unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger 
seats call airport manager 270-685-4179. When twr clsd 
ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 18-36, MIRL Rwy 05-23, MALSR Rwy 36, 
REIL Rwy 05, REIL Rwy 23, REIL Rwy 18, PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23, 
VASI Rwy 36, twy and windcone Igts — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 124.325 (270) 683-3228. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.7 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122. 1R 108. 6T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 
® EVANSVILLE APP/DEP CON 126.4 (1200-0500Zfl 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.3 (0500-1200Z}.) 
TOWER 120.7 (1200-0400Z:t) 6ND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0400Z1; other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OWB. 

(T) VOR/DME 108.6 OWB Chan 23 N37°44.61' W87°09.96' at fid. 401/01E. 
HIGUY NDB (LOM) 341 OW N37°38.14' W87°09.73' 359° 6.2 NM to fid. 
ILS 111.5 l-OWB Rwy 36. Class IE. LOM HIGUY NDB. 




PADUCAH N37°03.65' W88-46.43' 

RCO 122.5 122.2 (LOUISVILLE RADIO) at Barkley Rgnl. 



ST LOUIS 
L-16H 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



KENTUCKY 



227 



PADUCAH 

BARKLEY RGNL (pah) 12 w utc 

410 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 04-22: H6499X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 

RWV 04: MALSR. Pole. 

RWV 22: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 59'. Trees 



6(-5DT) N37°03.62' WS8°46.38' 
Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE PAH 
S-76, D-99, ST-118, DT-170 HIRL 



RWV 14-32: H5500X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 
MIRL 0.3% up SE 

RWV 14: Thld dsplcd 100' Tree. 

RWV 32: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



S-75, D-100, DT-170 



RWV 04: 
RWV 14 
RWV 22: 
RWV 32: 



T0RA-6499 
TORA-5500 
TORA-6499 
TORA-5500 



T0DA-6499 
TODA-5500 
TODA-6499 
TODA-5500 



LDA-5499 
LDA-5400 
LDA-6499 
LDA-5400 




ASDA-6499 
ASDA-5500 
ASDA-6499 
ASDA-5400 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1130-0500Zt-. CLOSED to unscheduled 
air carrier opr with more than 30 passenger seats except 24 
hours PPR — call arpt manager 270-744-0521. National Weather 
Service on arpt call 270-744-6440. Rwy 04-22 surface condition 
not monitored 0400-lOOOZi;. When twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 
04-22, MIRL Rwy 14-32, MALSR Rwy 04, PAPI Rwy 32, REIL Rwy 
22 and Rwy 32, Twy Igts and Igtd windcone — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.375 (270) 744-6719. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.6 UNICOM 123.0 
PADUCAH RCO 122.5 122.2 (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.65 

PADUCAH TOWER 119.6 (1200-0500ZJ:) GND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0500Z}. other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE PAH. 

CUNNINGHAM (L) VORTACW 113.1 CNG Chan 78 N37°00.52' W88°50.21' 042° 4.4 NM to fid. 
DELLGRADE NDD (MHW) 254 BDD N37°08.73' W88°40.23' 224° 7.1 NM to fid. 
ILS 108.5 l-PAH Rwy 04. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Emerg frequency 121.5 not avbl at twr. 

PIKE CO-HATCHER FLD (see pikeville) 



480/03E. 



PIKEVILLE 

PIKE CO-HATCHER FLD (pbx) 6 nw 

1473 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 
RWV 09-27: H5350X100 (ASPH) S-30 



UTC-5(-4DT) N37°33.71' W82°33.98' 
NOTAM FILE LOU 
MIRL 0.3% up E 



CINCINNATI 

H-10G, 12G, L-26H 

IAP 



RWV 09: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. Thld dsplcd 350'. Trees. 

RWV 27: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47'. Thld dsplcd 350'. Fence. 
RWV 02-20: H3600X75 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 0.4% up S 

RWV 02: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 26'. RWV 20: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 29'. Trees. 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 09: T0RA-5350 TODA-5350 ASDA-5000 LDA-4650 

RWV 27: TORA-5350 TODA-5350 ASDA-5000 LDA-4650 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-0100ZJ;, Sat-Sun 1400-0000Z:t. For after hrs svc call 606-437-9548. 

Rwy 2-20 CLOSED indef. REIL and VASI Rwy 20 OTS indef. Rwy 02-20 MIRL OTS indef. Rwy 02-20 markings 

faded and obscured. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwys 02-20 and 09-27; REIL Rwys 02; 20; 09 and 27; VASI Rwys 02 and 

20; PAPI Rwys 09 and 27— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 121.225 (606) 437-6701. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.575 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

HAZARD (DVOR/DME 111.2 AZQ Chan 49 N37°23.48' W83°15.78' 077° 34.8 NM to fid. 1247/04W. 

ILS/DME 109.7 l-PBX Chan 34 Rwy 27. 



PIKEVILLE N37°38.27' W82°34.42' 
RCO 122.05 (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 



CINCINNATI 
L-26H 



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228 



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PINE KNOT 



MCCREARY CO (18l) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N36°41.72' W84°23.49 
1370 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 04-22: H3000X75 (ASPH) S-8 MIRL 

RWY 04: REIL. Trees. Rwy 22: REIL. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 24 hr credit card svc avbl for fuel. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 04-22 and REIL Rwy 04 and Rwy 22— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOZ. 

LONDON (L)VORTAC 116.1 LOZ Chan 108 N37°01.99' 
W84°06.60' 217° 24.4 NM to fid. 1245/03W. HIWAS. 




PRESTONSBURG 



BIG SANDY RGNL (K22) 9NE UTC-5(-4DT) N37°45.06' W82°38.20' CINCINNATI 

1221 B FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ NOTAM FILE LOU H-10G, 12G, L-2BH 

RWY 03-21: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 1.0% up NE IAP 

RWY 03: REIL. PAPI(P4L)-GA 4.0° TCH 28'. Pole. RWY 21: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Zt-Dusk. Deer and birds on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21 and REIL 

Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.175 (606) 298-4143. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® HUNTINGTON APP/DEP 119.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NEWCOMBE (L)VORTAC 110.4 ECB Chan 41 N38°09.50' W82°54.60' 154° 27.7 NM to fid. 1070/02W. 



N37°06.91' W87°51.42' 



ST LOUIS 
L-1GI 



PRINCETON-CALDWELL CO <2M0) 2 ne utc-6(-5dt> 

584 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 05-23: H4099X75 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWY05:Berm. RWY 23: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel 24 hr credit card svc avbl. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

CENTRAL CITY (L)VORTAC 109.8 CCT Chan 35 N37°22.95' W87°15.82' 242° 32.6 NM to fid. 450/01W 

PROVIDENCE-WEBSTER CO (8M9) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N37°25.49' W87°44.17 
393 B NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 16-34: H3800X70 (ASPH) S-7.5 MIRL 

RWY 16: Trees. RWY 34: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 16-34— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

CENTRAL CITY (L)VORTAC 109.8 CCT Chan 35 N37°22.95 
W87-15.82' 278° 22.7 NM to fid. 450/01W. 




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229 



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MADISON (139) 8 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N37°37.85' W84°19.94' 
1002 B FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 18-36: H4500X100 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.7% up S 

RWV 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 22'. Thld dsplcd 90'. 

RWV 36: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200ZT-, Sun 

1700-2200Z4;. Rwy 18-36 cracking with water/sediment weeping 

on both sides of rwy sfc. ACTIVATE MIRL, PAPI and REIL Rwy 

18-36— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.625 (859) 985-5969. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MADISON RCO 122.3 (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 
® LEXIN6T0N APP/DEP CON 120.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LEX. 

LEXINGTON (L)VORTAC 112.6 HYK Chan 73 N37°57.98' 
W84°28.35' 162° 21.2 NM to fid. 1039/00E. 




ROUGH RIVER STATE PARK (see falls-of-rough) 



RUSSELL CO (See JAMESTOWN) 



RUSSELLVILLE-LOGAN CO (4M7) 4 se utc-6(-sdt) n36°48.oo' W86°4s.6i 

689 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 06-24: H3999X75(ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.9% up SW 
RWV 06: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Trees. 
RWV 24: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hours. VASIs opr dusk-dawn. Rwy 06 
and 24 REIL OTS indef. ACTIVATE VASI Rwys 06 and 24— CTAF. 
Dusk-dawn ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 06-24— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATIONS: NOTAM FILE BWG. 

BOWLING GREEN (H) VORTACW 117.9 BWG Chan 

126 N36°55.73' W86°26.61' 245° 19.3 NM to fid. 
565/02E. 



ST LOUIS 
L— 161 

IAP 




SAMUELS FLD (see bardstown) 



SCREAMING EAGLE N36°40.59' W87°29.51' NOTAM FILE LOU. 
(L)TACAN Chan 96 HXW (114.9) at Campbell AAF. 572/1W. 
TACAN unusable: 

045°-065° byd 21 NM 



ST LOUIS 
L— 161 



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230 



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SOMERSET 



N37°03.22' W84°36.94 
NOTAM FILE SME 
MIRL 



LAKE CUMBERLAND RGNL ( sme> as utc-5<-4dt) 

927 B FUEL 100LL, JET A Class II, ARFF Index A 
RWY 05-23: H5S00X100 (ASPH) S-40, D-70, DT-125 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Thld dsplcd 513'. 

Ground. 

RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 41'. Thld dsplcd 300'. 

Trees. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 05: TORA-5800 TODA-5800 ASDA-5800 LDA-5287 

RWY 23: TORA-5800 TODA-5800 ASDA-5800 LDA-5500 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200Z:t-dusk. Index A ARFF equip avbl 

only during scheduled air carrier ops. CLOSED to unscheduled air 

carrier ops with more than 30 passenger seats except 24 hr PPR 

call arpt manager 606-678-4554. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.050 (606) 679-5710. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

SOMERSET RCO 122.55 (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.625 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOZ. 

LONDON (L)VORTAC 116.1 LOZ Chan 108 N37°01.99' 
W84-06.60' 276° 24.3 NM to fid. 1245/03W. HIWAS. 

CUMBERLAND RIVER NDB (MHW) 388 CDX N36°59.77' 

W84°40.88' 048° 4.7 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE LOU. NDB unmonitored. 

ILS/DME 109.3 l-SME Chan 30 Rwy 05. GS unusable byd 3° left of centerline and byd 8° right of 
centerline all distances and altitudes. Autopilot coupled opch bio 1,620 ft not authorized. 




SPRINGFIELD N37°38.08' W85°14.19' NOTAM FILE LOU. 
NDB (MHW) 429 IKY at Lebanon-Springfield. 



ST LOUIS 
L-2BF 



SPRINGFIELD 

LEBANON-SPRINGFIELD (6 i2) 

866 B FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWY 11-20: H5000X75 (ASPH) 



3S UTC-5(-4DT) N37°38.01' W85°14.51' 
NOTAM FILE LOU 
S-10 MIRL 0.8% up E 



ST LOUIS 

H-5E, 10F, L-2BF 

IAP 



RWY 11: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Thld dsplcd 125'. 

Trees. 

RWY 29: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.3° TCH 27'. Thld dsplcd 200'. 

Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2200Z:t, Sun 

1800-2200Z:t. Ultralight activity invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

11-29, REIL Rwy 11 and Rwy 29 and PAPI Rwy 11 and Rwy 

29— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.725 (866) 754-5623. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.625 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NEW HOPE (DVOR/DME 110.8 EWO Chan 45 N37°37.91' 
W85°40.55' 089° 20.7 NM to fid. 960/01E. 

SPRINGFIELD NDB (MHW) 429 IKY N37°38.08' W85°14.19' 
at fid. 




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STANTON (150) 1 E UTC-5(-4DT) N37°51.00' W83°50.75' 
651 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 06-24: H3000X70 (ASPH) S-8 MIRL 

RWV 06: REIL. Thld dsplcd 220'. Trees. 

RWV 24: REIL. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Glider and ultralight activity 

on weekends. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 06-24 and REIL Rwy 06 and 

Rwy 24— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LEX. 

LEXINGTON (L)VORTAC 112.6 HYK Chan 73 N37°57.98' 
W84°28.35' 103° 30.6 NM to fid. 1039/00E. 




STUART POWELL FLO (see danville) 



STURGIS MUNI (TWT) 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N37°32.51' W87°57.26 
372 B FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWV 18-36: H5000X150 (ASPH) S-30, D-50 MIRL 
RWV 18: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 30'. 
RWV 36: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t. For fuel after 2200Z:t call 
270-836-6036. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36, PAPI Rwy 18 and 
Rwy 36 and REIL Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.775 (270) 333-2967. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

EVANSVILLE APP/DEP CON 126.4 (1200-0500Z:):) 
MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.65 (0500-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE HUF. 

POCKET CITY (H)VORTACW 113.3 PXV Chan 80 N37°55.70' 

W87°45.74' 199° 24.9 NM to fid. 384/03E. HIWAS. 
TRADEWATER NDB (MHW)276 TWT N37°28.00' W87°56.82' 
356° 4.5 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE LOU. (Unmonitored 
0000-1200Z:t). 




TAYLOR CO (See CAMPBELLSVILLE) 



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TOMPKINSVILLE-MONROE CO (tzv> 2 ne utc-6(-5dt) 

1036 S2 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 04-22: H4000X75(ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWY04: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 35'. Pole. 

RWY 22: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 42'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 04 and 22 REIL OTS indef. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 04-22; REIL and VASI Rwy 04 and 

Rwy 22— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

LIVINGSTON (L)VORTAC 108.4 LVT Chan 21 N36°35.07' 
W85-10.00' 292° 25 NM to fid. 1020/02W. 



N36°43.74' W85°39.14 




TRADEWATER 



(See DAWSON SPRINGS) 



TRADEWATER N37°28.00' W87°56.82' NOTAM FILE LOU. 

NDB (MHW) 276 TWT 357° 4.5 NM to Sturgis Muni. (Unmonitored 0000-1200Z:t) 



ST LOUIS 
L— 1 61 



TUCKER-GUTHRIE MEML (see harlan) 



WAYNE CO (See MONTICELLO) 



WENDELL H FORD (see hazard) 



WEST LIDERTY (913) IS UTC-5(-4DT) N37°54.87' W83-15.13' CINCINNATI 

934 NOTAM FILE LOU 
RWY 07-25: H2400X60 (ASPH) S-9 

RWY 07: Trees. RWY 25: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Call 606-434-4065 for arpt conditions. CAUTION— tkf/ldg-turbulence from 

surrounding wooded hills, no wind indicator. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

WILLIAMSBURG-WHITLEY CO (W38) 4 nnw utc-5(-4dtj n36°47.70' ws4°h.97' Cincinnati 

1178 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE LOU H-9A, L-25B 

RWY 02-20: H5500X100(ASPH) S-30, D-45 MIRL 0.4% up N IAP 

RWY 02: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.17° TCH 35'. Trees. 

RWY 20: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.17° TCH 30'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2200Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 02-20, REIL Rwy 02 and Rwy 20— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.575 (606) 549-1585. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP 124.625 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE LOZ. 

LONDON (L)VORTAC 116.1 LOZ Chan 108 N37°01.99' W84°06.60' 200° 14.9 NM to fid. 1245/03W. 
HIWAS. 



YORK N38°38.65' W82°58.70' NOTAM FILE LOU. 

(L)VORTAC 112.8 YRK Chan 75 118° 12.7 NM to Ashland Rgnl. 1040/05W. 
RCO 122. 1R 112. 8T (LOUISVILLE RADIO) 



CINCINNATI 
L-2GH 



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AHOSKIE 



TRI-CO (ASJ) 9W UTC-5(-4DT) N36°17.85' W77°10.25' 
68 B FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ NOTAM FILE ASJ 
RWV 01-19: H4502X75 (ASPH) S-35, D-45 MIRL 

RWV 01: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.05° TCH 39'. Road. 

RWV 19: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 36'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400Z J f-dusk, Sun 

1900Z:t-dusk. Rwy 01-19 -4' ditch 120' left and right of 

centerline. REIL Rwy 01 OTS indef. REIL Rwy 19 OTS indef. PAPI 

Rwy 19 OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 01-19, REIL Rwy 01 and 

Rwy 19— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.075 (252) 345-2967. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122. 8 

WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 123.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

COFIELD (L)VORTAC 114.6 CVI Chan 93 N36°22.37' 
W76°52.29' 262° 15.2 NM to fid. 70/09W. 



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AIRLI N34°11.48' W77°51.98' NOTAM FILE ILM. 

NDB (LOM) 281 IL 346° 5.1 NM to Wilmington Intl. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 



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CHARLOTTE 

H-9B, 126, L-25E, 36E 

IAP 



ALBEMARLE 

STANLY CO (VUJ) 4 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N35 o 25.00' W80°09.05' 

609 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X2 TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE VUJ 
RWY 04R-22L: H 5500X100 (ASPH) D-130, ST-175 MIRL 0.5% up SW 

RWY 04R: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Trees. 

RWY 22L: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
RWY 04L-22R: H3500X75 (ASPH) D-130, ST-175 MIRL 

0.3% up SW 

RWY 04L: Fence. RWY 22R: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OlOOZt. Fuel avbl from FBO 

1300-0100ZJ; other times PPR, C704-982-9013. Self-service 

fuel available 24 firs with credit card. Government credit card 

accepted. Be alert for high speed low level mil acft in vicinity. 

Frequent ngt mil opr. Frequent assault ops to Rwy 22R. Deer and 

bird hazard. TPA— 1709 (1100), rectangular 2309 (1700), 

overhead 2809 (2200). No maintenance personnel or equipment. 

No cargo handling equipment, hangar space and security avbl. 

Fire protection limited. Regional Training Site (RTS) support 

coordinated thru 145 AW/CE DSN 231-4229. Air National Guard 

ramp rstd to mil use only with PPR. Maximum three C-130 acft. 

Ctc 145 AW Afld Management DSN 231-4177, C704-391-4177. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 04L-22R and Rwy 04R-22L and REIL Rwy 

04R and Rwy 22L — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 04R and Rwy 22L on during 

twr opr, other times — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 128.175 (704) 986-2097. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.275 UNICOM 123.0 

CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 128.32 CLNC DEL 128.5 

TOWER 126.275 (Mon-Fri 1300-0300ZI) except holidays or by NOTAM. GND CON 121.75 CLNC DEL 121.75 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Fri 1300-0300Z4: except holidays or by NOTAM, other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SANDHILLS (L)VORTAC 111.8 SDZ Chan 55 N35°12.93' W79°35.28' 297° 30.2 NM to fid. 590/03W. 

ALLER NDB (MHW/LOM) 346 VU N35°29.35' W80°05.01' 223° 5.5 NM to fid. 

ILS 110.55 l-VUJ Rwy 22L. LOM ALLER NDB. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Charlotte CLNC DEL OTS indef. Twr sve provided by Air Guard. 




ALBERT J. ELLIS (See Jacksonville) 


ALLER N35°29.35' W80°05.01' NOTAM FILE RDU. 
NDB (MHW/LOM) 346 VU 223° 5.6 NM to Stanly Co. 


CHARLOTTE 
L-25E, 3BF 


ALWOOD N35°42.41' W77°22.31' NOTAM FILE PGV. 
NDB (MHW) 230 AQE 198° 4.3 NM to Pitt-Greenville. 


CHARLOTTE 
L-35C 



ANDREWS 



WESTERN CAROLINA RGNL (rhp) 2w utc-5(-4dt> N35°ii.7i' ws3' 

1697 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, A1+ 0X1,2 NOTAM FILE RHP 

RWY 08-26: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-25, D-45 MIRL 0.3% up NE 
RWY 08: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 38'. Railroad. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 26: PAPI (P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 44'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Nov-Mar 1300-2200ZJ;, Apr-Oct 
1300-0000ZJ;. For fuel sve after hrs call 828-321-5114. Low 
flying acft overfly arpt. For information ctc FSS. Rwy 08, 8' 
drop-off, 108 ft from thld both sides in rwy safety area. Twy 
unlgtd. ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 08— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 08 and Rwy 26 
opr continuously. MIRL Rwy 08-26 on dusk-dawn. To incr 
ints— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.675 (828) 321-1049. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.8 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

HARRIS (L)VORTACW 109.8 HRS Chan 35 N34°56.58' 
W83°54.94' 010° 15.3 NM to fid. 3660/00E. 
HIWAS. 



ATLANTA 

H-9B, 12F, L-25B 

IAP 




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ANSON CO (See WADESBORO) 



ASHE CO (See JEFFERSON) 



ASHEBORO RGNL (HBO 6 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N35 39.27' W79°53.69' 
671 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE HBI 
RWV 03-21: H5501X100 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 
RWV 03: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 50'. 
RWV 21: REIL. PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Oct-May 1300Z^-dusk, Jun-Sep 

1300Z:t-0100Z:t. 24 hr self svc avbl with credit card. Rwy 03 has 
40' dropoff 400' from thld. Terrain rising south of the arpt. 
ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 03 and 21, PAPI Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 after 
0400Z:t, MIRL Rwy 03-21— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.275 (336) 626-7933. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® GREENSBORO APP/DEP CON 118.5 
GCO 130.70 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GSO. 

GREENSBORO (H)VORTAC 116.2 GSO Chan 109 N36°02.74' 

W79°58.58' 173° 23.8 NM to fid. 879/03W. HIWAS. 
CITY LAKE NDB (MHW) 266 CQJ N35°42.98' W79°51.92' 
209° 4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE HBI. 



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NDB (MHW/LOM) 410 JU 276° 4.7 NM to Ashe Co. 



CINCINNATI 
L-25D 



ATLANTA 

H-9B, 12G, L-25C 

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ASHEVILLE RGNL (AVL) 9 S UTC-5(-4DT) N35°26.17' W82°32.51' 

2165 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE AVL 
RWV 16-34: H8001X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-120, D-160, ST-175, DT-260 HIRL CL 
RWV 16: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. 0.4% down. 
RWV 34: MALSR. TDZL. VASI(V4L)— GA 2.8° TCH 57'. Rgt tfc. 
0.9% up. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. PPR for unscheduled air 
carrier opr with more than 30 passenger seats 0400-1200ZT-; call 
arpt manager 828-684-2226. Rwy 16 touchdown rwy visual range 
avbl. HIRL preset to off when twr clsd, to increase ints and 
ACTIVATE HIRL and MALSR Rwy 16 and Rwy 34— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (828) 681-0131. LLWAS 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 121.1 ATIS 120.2 UNICOM 122.95 
® APP/DEP CON 125.8 (340-159°) 124.65 (160-339°)1130-0400Z:t 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.625 (0400-1130Z:t) 
TOWER 121.1 (1130-0400Zt.) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc 1130-0400Z:t etc APP CON other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN (L) VORTAC 112.2 SUG Chan 59 
N35°24.39' W82°16.12' 280° 13.5 NM to fid. 
3970/02W. 
BROAD RIVER NDB (HW) 379 BRA N35°16.37' W82°28.26' 

344° 10.4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE AVL. (Unmonitored when twr closed). 
KEANS NDB (L0M)357 IM N35°31.97' W82°35.25' 163° 6.2 NM to fid. 
ILS 110.5 l-AVL Rwy 34. Class IB. (Unmonitored when twr clsd). 
ILS 110.9 l-IMO Rwy 16. Class IA. LOM KEANS NDB. (LOC only). ILS not avbl when twr clsd. Localizer 

unusable byd 20° rgt of course. Localizer unusable within .10 NM from thld. 
ASR (1130-0400ZT.) 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Communications unavailable bio 6,000' except by RALEIGH RADIO on 122. 1R when avbl 
app con clsd. ASOS wind unreliable when twr closed. 

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BARRETTS MOUNTAIN N35°52.i3' W8i°i4.43' notam file rdu. 

(DVOR/DME 110.8 BZM Chan 45 230°10. 6 NM to Hickory Rgnl. 1880/06W. 
RCO 122. 1R 110. 8T (RALEIGH RADIO) 



CHARLOTTE 
L-25D 



BEAUFORT 



MICHAEL J. SMITH FLD (mrh) in utc-5(-4dt) 

11 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ 0X1,2 LRA 

RWY 08-26: H4249X100 (ASPH) D-60 MIRL 
RWY OS: Brush. RWY 26: Trees. 

RWY 03-21: H4191X150 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 03: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 20'. Thld dsplcd 186'. Road. 
RWY 21: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 24'. Trees. 

RWY 14-32: H4001X100 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWY 14: Boat. RWY 32: Thld dsplcd 490'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z:t-dusk. For svc after hrs call 
252-723-9874 or 252-725-7230. Deer and birds on and invof 
arpt. Noise abatement procedures in effect. Rwy 08-26 is 
preferred rwy, wind and safety permitting. Avoid overflight of 
Beaufort Waterfront. Ctc arpt manager for further info 
252-728-1928. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21 and Rwy 08-26, PAP] 
Rwy 03 and Rwy 21, REIL Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 — CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 135.375 (252) 728-2055. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® CHERRY POINT APP/DEP CON 124.1 CLNC DEL 125.65 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ISO. 

KINSTON (L)VORTAC 109.6 ISO Chan 33 N35°22.26' 

W77-33.50' 136° 58.4 NM to fid. 106/05W. 
MOREHEAD ND6 (MHW) 269 MRH N34°43.87' W76°39.73' 

at fid. NOTAM FILE MRH. NDB unmonitored. 
ILS 108.5 l-BFO Rwy 26. Localizer only. 



N34°44.01' W76°39.64 
NOTAM FILE MRH 




BILLY MITCHELL (See hatteras) 



BLADENBORO owe) o e 

115 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 02-20: 2850X135 (TURF) 

RWY 02: Trees. RWY 20: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



UTC-5(-4DT) N34°33.01' W78°46.98' 



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BOGUE MCALF (NJM) MC 4 E UTC-5(-4DT) N34°41.43' W77°01.78' charlotte 

21 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE RDU Not insp. L-35B 

RWV 05-23: 3997X96 (PSP) S-57, T-150, ST-175 HIRL CL DIAP 

RWV 05: MALSF. OLS. TDZL. RWV 23: MALSF. OLS. TDZL. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWV 05 M21(B) (660') M21(B) {652') RWV 23 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy 05 and 23 apch Igt NSTD. Apch Igt have 10 bars 100 ft apart, first 5 bars have strobe Igt 

in center. A-GEAR All non-emerg full stop Idg by tail hook acft are arrested and rqr Ldg Signal Officer (LSO). 

LSO avbl with 24 hr notice. FUEL J5 FLUID SP TRAN ALERT No hangar, acft svc or tran maintenance avbl. 

Hot refueling rqr qualified crew member present to assist. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr hrs published by 2nd Marine Air Wing. Ctc Air OPS req schedule/usage DSN 582-0674, 

C252-466-0674. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remarks. CAUTION All rwy and twy sfc consist of AM-2 

aluminum matting coated with non-skid all wx sfc, braking action good, runway condition reading 19-25. TFC PAT 

Left tfc Rwy 05, TPA— 1000(979) 1)4 NM abeam and outside White Oak Elementary School, Rwy 23 1000(979) 

l 1 /2 NM abeam. MISC Vertical tkf of AV8 acft from Confined Area Landing (CAL) sites located 800' SE of apch end 

Rwy 23. 
COMMUNICATIONS: SFA CTAF 126.45 
® CHERRY POINT APP/DEP CON 119.35 377.175 (W) 124.1 268.7 (E) 

TOWER 126.45 256.875 (opr hrs published by 2nd Marine Air Wing, ctc Air Ops request schedule/usage DSN 
582-0674 C252-466-0674) GND CON 262.6 CLNC DEL 262.6 GCA 328.4 
PMSV METRO 344.6 (Radar wx advisory svc less than continuous, by special req.) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc opr hrs published by 2nd Marine Air Wing, ctc Air Ops request schedule/usage DSN 582-0674 

C252-466-0674 other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

CHERRY POINT MCAS (L) TACAN Chan 75 NKT (112.8) N34°54.13' W76°52.49' 220° 14.8 NM to fid. 28/9W. 
COMM/NAVMEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. Radar svc avbl by PPR only, during scheduled 

fid hrs, ctc twr DSN 582-0697, C252-466-0697 for PPR. 



BOONE TNB N36°11.93' W81°39. 09'/3038. 
AWOS-3 118.525 (828) 268-8921 


CHARLOTTE 
L-25C 


BROAD RIVER N35°16.37' W82°28.26' NOTAM FILE AVL. 
NDB (HW) 379 BRA 344° 10.4 NM to Asheville Rgnl. 


ATLANTA 
L-25C 


BRUNSWICK CO (See OAK ISLAND) 



BURLINGTON-ALAMANCE RGNL (buy) 3 sw ljtc-5(-4dt) N36°02.9i' W79°28.49 

617 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X3 NOTAM FILE BUY 

RWV 06-24: H4999X99 (ASPH) S-30, D-36, DT-57 HIRL 0.6% up SW 

RWY 06: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 45'. Trees. 

RWY 24: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 27'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Z:t. CLOSED Christmas day. 

After hrs fuel or emergency only 919-667-3293. PAEW SE Rwy 

06-24 SR-SS Mon-Fri; crane located SE Rwy 24. Deer and 

water-fowl invof arpt. Rwy 06, 15' drop off 50' fm thld 220' left of 

centerline. PAPI Rwy 06 and Rwy 24 opr continuously. ACTIVATE 

REIL Rwy 06 and Rwy 24 — CTAF. HIRL Rwy 06-24 on dusk-dawn, 

to change ints — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 135.325 (336)570-9813. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.975 

RCO 122. 1R 116. 2T (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® GREENSBORO APP/DEP CON 118.5 CLNC DEL 120.25 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BUY. 

LIBERTY (L)VORTAC 113.0 LIB Chan 77 N35°48.70' 

W79°36.76' 028° 15.7 NM to fid. 830/03W. NOTAM FILE 
RDU. 

HIMUN NDB(MHWZLOM) 361 HB N35°58.69' W79°35.08' 

044° 6.8 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE BUY. 

ILS 111.35 l-HBJ Rwy 06. LOM HIMUN NDB. Unmonitored. 




CAMP N34°16.31' W78°42.84' NOTAM FILE RDU. 
NDB (MHW) 227 CPC at Columbus Co Muni. 

Unmonitored Mon-Sat 2300-1300Z:t and Sun 2300-1400Z:t. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35A 



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238 



NORTH CAROLINA 



CANDLER 



MEYERS HELIPORT <N39) 

2350 NOTAM FILE RDU 
HELIPAD HI: 80X40 (CONC) 
HELIPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



4S UTC-5(-4DT) N35°30.37' W082°44.05' 



CAROLINA BEACH N34°06.38' W77°57.68' NOTAM FILE RDU. 
NDB (HW) 216 CLB 022° 10 NM to Wilmington Intl. 
Unmonitored when Wilmington twr closed. 



CHARLOTTE 
H-9C, L-23A, 35A 



CASWELL (See YANCEYVILLE) 



CAUSEY (See LIBERTY) 



N35°56.10' W79-03.96' 



CHARLOTTE 
L-36F 

IAP 



CHAPEL HILL 

HORACE WILLIAMS (igx) in utc-5(-4dt 

512 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE [GX 

RWY 09-27: H4005X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 0.6% up W 
RWY 09: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 21'. Trees. 
RWY 27: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 23'. Trees. Thld dsplcd 
730'. Rgttfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0200Zt. Arpt unattended Christmas 
and New Years day. Arpt CLOSED to pure Jet powered aircraft, 
except for university users transporting persons on official 
university business. Arpt CLOSED to acft 12,500 lbs or greater, 
gliders, balloons, miniature acft, ultralights and parachute 
jumping activity. Deer on and in vicinity of arpt. No recreational or 
training flights from 0200-1100Z:t; Clsd to transient acft ops 
0200-1100ZJ; except acft on university or hospital business, all 
other transient acft opr 0200-llOOZt must have 24 hr PPR call 
arpt manager 919-962-1337. Parallel turf taxiway unusable. Rwy 
09 has a 60' dropoff 200' from thld left and right of centerline in 
rwy safety area. Be alert for rough turf areas marked with tires 
painted white. No practice apchs/ldgs without prior permission 
call 919-962-1337. Rwy 09-27 dsplcd thld unlgtd; 3495 ft 
useable at ngt. Rwy 27 has 200 ft overrun. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
09-27 and REIL Rwy 09 and Rwy 27— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 134.575 (919) 942-2538. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® RALEIGH APP/DEP CON 132.35 CLNC DEL 126.5 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

RALEIGH/DURHAM (H) VORTACW 117.2 RDU Chan 119 N35°52.35' W78°47.00 

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239 



CHARLOTTE 

CHARLOTTE/DOUGLAS INTL (clt) 4w utc-5 ( 

748 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1 LRA 

NOTAM FILE CLT 
RWV 18C-36C: H10000X150 (CONC-WC) S-140, D-200, ST-175, 
DT-350, DDT-650 HIRL CL 

RWV 18C: MALSR. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 69'. Road. 0.6% down 
RWV 36C: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. 0.4% up. 
RWV 18R-36L: H9000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-140, D-200, DT-175 
DDT-350 HIRL 

RWV 18R: ALSF2. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 46'. 
RWV 36L: ALSF2. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 
RWV 18L-36R: H8676X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-140, D-200, 
ST-175, DT-350, DDT-650 HIRL CL 

RWV 18L: REIL. VASI(V6R)— Upper GA 3.25° TCH 90.9'. Lower GA 
2.75° TCH 52.4'. Railroad. 

RWV 36R: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 71'. 
RWV 05-23: H7502X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-200 
ST-175, DT-650 HIRL 0.5% up NE 
RWV 05: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 89'. Trees. 
RWV 23: REIL. VASI(V4R)— Upper GA 3.25° TCH 93.7'. Lower GA 
3.0° TCH 55.8'. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 05: TORA-7502 T0DA-7502 ASDA-7092 LDA-7092 

TODA-8676 ASDA-8676 LDA-8676 

TODA-10000 

TODA-9000 

TODA-7502 

TODA-9000 

TODA-10000 

TODA-8676 



4DT) N35°12.82' W80°56.94' 
Class I, ARFF Index D 



CHARLOTTE 

H-3B, 12G, L-25D, 36E 

IAP, AD 



0.3% up. 
, D-350, 




RWV 18L: 
RWV 18C: 
RWV 18R: 
RWV 23: 



ASDA-10000 LDA-10000 
ASDA-9000 LDA-9000 
ASDA-7502 LDA-7502 
ASDA-9000 LDA-9000 
ASDA-10000 LDA-10000 
ASDA-8676 LDA-8676 



T0RA-8676 
TORA-10000 
TORA-9000 
TORA-7502 
RWV 36L: TORA-9000 
RWV 3GC: TORA-10000 
RWV 3GR: T0RA-8676 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWV 36R: EMAS 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Be alert for flocks of migratory birds on and invof arpt. Noise abatement 
procedure in effect 0400-1200ZJ;; land Rwy 05 takeoff Rwy 23. Twy E13 closed indef. Rwy 18L touchdown, 
midfield and rollout runway visual range avbl. Rwy 36R touchdown, midfield and rollout runway visual range avbl. 
Rwy 18C touchdown, midfield, rollout runway visual range avbl. Rwy 36C touchdown, midfield and rollout runway 
visual range avbl. Rwy 18R-36L touchdown avbl. ASDE-X surveillance system in use: Pilots should opr 
transponders with mode C on all twys and rwys. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. NOTE: See Special 
Notices — Noise Abatement Procedures and Continuous Power Facilities. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (704)359-0235. HIWAS 115.0 CLT. LLWAS. TDWR. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS ARR 121.15 D-ATIS DEP 132.1 UNICOM 122.95 
CHARLOTTE RCO 122.4 (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 134.75 (246°-360° 8000' and bio) 128.32 (001°-119° 8000' and bio) 120.05 
(120°-245° 8000' and bio) 124.0 (075°-245° abv 8000') 120.5 (246°-074° abv 8000') 
CHARLOTTE TOWER 118.1 (Rwys 18L-36R and 05-23) 126.4 (Rwy 18C-36C) 133.35 (Rwys 18R and 36L) 
GND CON 121.9 (360°-179°) 121.8 (180°-359°) CLNC DEL 127.15 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLT. 

N35°11.42' W80°57.11' 022° 1.5 NM to fid. 732/05W. HIWAS. 



CLT 



Chan 97 



N34°59.34' W80°57.29 



050°-100° byd 25 NM bio 2500'. 

004° 13.5 NM to fid. 645/02W. 



(DVORW/DME 115.0 
DME unusable: 

015°-050° byd 25 NM bio 3000'. 

270°-350° byd 20 NM bio 5000'. 
FT MILL (L)VORTAC 112.4 FML Chan 71 

NOTAM FILE AND. SHUTDOWN. 
TRVON NDB (LOM) 242 CL N35°09.49' W81°01.24' 056° 5.1 NM to fid. 
ILS 110.95 l-CLT Rwy 05. Class IE. LOM TRYON NDB. 
ILS 111.3 l-PEP Rwy 18C. Class IA. 

ILS 110.35 l-VKQ Rwy 18L. LOC unusable byd 25° left and right of course. 
ILS/DME 109.5 l-APU Chan 32 Rwy 23. GS unusable bio 1100' MSL. 

ILS 111.7 l-DQG Rwy 36C. Class HID. LOC unusable throughout zone 5 due to structure at .56 NM. 
ILS/DME 108.9 l-BQC Chan 26 Rwy 36R. Class HIE. 
ILS/DME 110.15 l-RGS Chan 38(Y) Rwy 18R. 
ILS/DME 110.15 l-XUU Chan 38(Y) Rwy 36L. 



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WILGROVE AIR PARK (8A6) 9E UTC-5(-4DT) N35°12.83' W80°40.20' CHARLOT1 

799 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWY 17-35: H2835X40 (ASPH) S-10 LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 100'. Trees. RWY 35: Thld dsplcd 525'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z:t-dusk. Arpt CLOSED to pure jet powered acft. Tall steel tower 2 miles from thld 
Rwy 17 approximately 6000' right of centerline. 50 ft trees within 80 ft of centerline both sides of rwy. 
Numerous obstructions within 60 ft from centerline 15 ft-40 ft in height. Deer invof arpt. Rwy 35 dsplcd thld 
marked for day ops with three cones each side of rwy. Rwy 17-35 NSTD LIRL, no thld Igts. Rotating ben ops 
dusk-0600Zt. LIRL Rwy 17-35 opr dusk-0600Z:t. ACTIVATE NSTD LIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 



CHARLOTTE-MONROE EXECUTIVE (see monroe) 



CHERRY POINT MCAS (Cunningham fld) (nktkknkt) mc 2 ne utc-5(-4dt) charlotte 

N34°54.19' W76°52.84' H-9C, L-35B 

29 B Class I, ARFF Index Ltd. NOTAM FILE RDU Not insp. DIAP, AD 

RWY 14L-32R: H8984X200 (ASPH) PCN 52 R/B/W/T HIRL 

RWY 14R-32L: H8399X200 (ASPH) PCN 52 R/B/W/T HIRL CL 

RWY 14R: Thld dsplcd 2734'. RWY 32L: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 78'. 

RWY 05R-23L: H8188X200 (ASPH) PCN 55 R/B/W/T HIRL 

RWY 05L-23R: H7553X200 (ASPH) PCN 62 R/B/W/T HIRL 

RWY 23R: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 74'. 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 05R HOOK E28(B) (1500') 

RWY 14L t- HOOK E28(B) (1500') HOOK E28(B) (1500') -) RWY 32L 

HOOK E28(B) (1500') RWY 23R 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Portable Igt— mobile flood Igt. A-GEAR All E-28(B) in raised position except on Idg rwy. Rqr 
15 minutes prior notice. JASU 2(GTC-85) 1(NCPP-105). 2 working days prior notice rqr. FUEL J5. Hot pit refuel 
avbl. FLUID SP PRESAIR HPOX LOX TRAN ALERT Limited tran maintenance avbl Mon-Fri 1200-2100Z:t. 
Transient acft with inert ordnance, hot pit refuel limited to F18 and USAF F15, F16 and A10 acft only. Hot pit 
refuel with inert ordnance avbl Mon-Fri 1200-0300Z:t, Sat-Sun 1700-0059Z:t. No lavatory sve avbl. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr 24 firs expect; fid closure on National holiday weekends. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt 
Remarks. RSTD ATC terminology "centermat" is defined as the center of the afld where the four rwys intersect. 
Rwy 23R LDA 7553, Rwy 32L LDA 7607. PPR all tran acft (min 24 hr in advance). Call Base OPS DSN 
582-2233, C252-466-2233. Flight Planning/Base OPS opr 24 hr. All rwy and twy, except Twy A, Twy C and Twy 
M will support all acft at all weight. Twy H limited to helicopters only between fuel pit 5 and Twy J. Acft rstd from 
taxiing on Twy K between Rwy 23R and Test Cell. Towing ops only. CAUTION Unlit twr at NKT 200006 549'. 
Extensive student jet training vertical and short take-off and landing aircraft vicinity of arpt. Tran acft expect 
straight-in full stop Idg only during peak student training periods. Bird hazard Oct-Apr. Drainage ditches parallel 
all rwy. Wildlife hazard on arpt, especially SS-SR. Obstruction approximately 200' near NKT R-205/3. TFC PAT 
Ldg/taxi Igt rqr all Idg. Reduced rwy separation in effect for USN/USMC acft. CSTMS/AG/IMG CSTMS, AG avbl with 
24 hr prior notice. Reference Foreign Clearance Guide for details. MISC 24 hr prior notice rqr of all distinguished 
visitor codes, etc Base OPS DSN 582-2233, C252-466-2233. All acft with passenger/cargo/distinguished 
visitor etc PTD 20 min prior to Idg. 

COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 127.475 244.875 
® APP/DEP CON 119.35 377.175 (West) 124.1 268.7 (East abv 2600') 132.575 299.6 (East at/blo 2600') 119.75 
360.775 (North) 
TOWER 121.3 340.2 360.2 (Expect fid closure on National holiday weekends) GND CON 128.625 239.025 
CLNC DEL 125.95 316.125 PMSV METRO 343.5 BASE OPS 126.2 305.7 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve continuous, expect fid closure on National holiday weekends. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

(L)TACAN Chan 75 NKT (112.8) N34°54.13' W76°52.49' at fid. 28/9W. 
TACAN azimuth unusable: 

052°-060° byd 10 NM bio 3,000' 
061°-089° byd 6 NM bio 5,000' 
090°-109° byd 10 NM bio 3,000' 
ILS/DME 108.9 l-NKT Chan 26 Rwy 23R. GS unusable byd 6° left of course. 
ASR/PAR 

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

CHOCOWINITY N35°30.58' W77°06.40' NOTAM FILE OCW. CHARLOTTE 

NDB(MHW)388 RNW 044° 4.6 NM to Warren Fid. L-35C 

CITY LAKE N35°42.98' W79°51.92' NOTAM FILE HBI. CHARLOTTE 

NDB(MHW)266 CQJ 209° 4 NM to Asheboro Rgnl. L-25E, 3BF 



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241 



CLINTON N34°58.53' W78°21.78' NOTAM FILE CTZ. 
NDB(MHW)412 CTZ at Sampson Co. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35B, 36F 



CLINTON 



SAMPSON CO (CTZ) 2 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°58.50' W78°21.94 
148 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE CTZ 
RWV 06-24: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-26 MIRL 0.3% up NE 
RWV 06: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'.Trees. 
RWV 24: REIL. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1330Z:t-dusk, Sun 

1800Z:t--dusk. For arpt attendant after hrs call 910-214-6019. 
Rwys 06 and 24 have a 40' dropoff 200' from both thlds on 
extended centerline. 50' trees 300' from CL penetrate transitional 
sfc NW side of rwy from Rwy 24 apch sfc to Rwy 06 thld. ACTIVATE 
MIRL Rwy 06-24, REIL Rwy 06 and Rwy 24 and PAPI Rwy 
06— CTAF. Rwy 06 PAPI OTS indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.125 (910) 592-7488. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FAVETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 133.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FAY. 

FAVETTEVILLE (L) VOR/DME 108.8 FAY Chan 25 N34°59.13' 

W78°52.50' 095° 25.1 NM to fid. 179/04W. 
CLINTON NOB (MHW) 412 CTZ N34°58.53' W78°21.78' at 

fid. NOTAM FILE CTZ. 
ILS 109.7 l-SGO Rwy 06. LOC only. Localizer unusable 
inside 1.2 NM from thld and byd 25° rgt of centerline. 



CHARLOTTE 

, 12G, L-35B, 36F 

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COFIELD N36°22.37' W76°52.29' 
(L)VORTAC 114.6 CVI Chan 93 
RCO 122. 1R 114. 6T (RALEIGH RADIO; 



NOTAM FILE RDU. 

262° 15.3 to Tri-County. 70/09W. 



CHARLOTTE 
H-9C, L-35C, 36H 



COLUMBUS CO MUNI (see whiteville) 



7 W UTC-5(-4DT) N35°23.27' W80°42.55' 

100LL, JET A, A1+ 0X3 ARFF Index— See Remarks 



H-9B, 12G, 



CHARLOTTE 

L-25D, 36E 

IAP, AD 



CONCORD RGNL uqf, 

705 B S4 FUEL 

NOTAM FILE JQF 
RWV 02-20: H7400X100 (ASPH) D-72 HIRL 0.9% up N 

RWV 02: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. Trees. 

RWV 20: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Thld dsplcd 650'. Trees. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 02: T0RA-7400 TODA-7400 ASDA-7400 LDA-7400 

RWV 20: TORA-7400 TODA-7400 ASDA-7000 LDA-6350 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Class IV, ARFF Index A. Index C ARFF equipment avbl upon req. When twr 

clsd HIRL Rwy 02-20 and REIL Rwy 20 preset low ints. ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 20— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 133.675 (704) 785-2145. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 134.65 UNICOM 122.95 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 128.32 CLNC DEL 127.25 

TOWER 134.65 (1200-0400ZT.) GND CON 121.85 CLNC DEL 118.55 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0400ZJ; other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLT. 

CHARLOTTE (L) VORW/DME 115.0 CLT Chan 97 N35°11.42' W80°57.11' 050° 16.8 NM to fid. 732/05W. 
HIWAS. 

ILS/DME 111.95 I— JQF Chan 56(Y) Rwy 20. LOC unusable byd 30° right of centerline. Unmonitored. 

CUNNINGHAM FLD (see cherry point mcasj 



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CURRITUCK CO RGNL (ONX) 4S UTC-5(-4DT) N36°24.00' W76°00.93 
18 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ TPA— 818(800) NOTAM FILE ONX 
RWY 05-23: H5500X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-20, D-35 MIRL 
RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. 
RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z+-, Sat-Sun 

1300-2000Z+-. CLOSED on all state holidays. After hrs svc call 
252-232-3330. Currituck County emergency number 
communication center 252-232-2216. Fuel avbl 24 hrs with 
credit card. Birds and deer on and invof arpt. Hang glider activity 
SR-SS. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23 and PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 
and REIL Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 after SS — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 05 and 
Rwy 23 opr continuously during daylight hrs. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.775 (252) 453-8939. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® OCEANA APP/DEP CON 123.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ECG. 

ELIZADETH CITY (L) VOR/DME 112.5 ECG Chan 72 N36°15.46' 
W76°10.54' 049° 11.5 NM to fid. 10/07W. HIWAS. 



WASHINGTON 

H-9C, 12H, L-350 

IAP 




CURTIS L BROWN JR FIELD (see elizabethtown) 



DARE CO RGNL (see manteo) 



DAVIDSON CO (See LEXINGTON) 



DIXON N34°34.11' W77°27.18' NOTAM FILE RDU. CHARLOTTE 

NDD/DME (HHW) 198 DIW Chan 107 015° 8 NM to New River MCAS. DME portion unusable H-9C, L-35B 

byd 40 NM bio 16,500'. 



DONALD'S AIR PARK INC (See Plymouth) 



DOONE N34°54.75' W78°56.38' NOTAM FILE FAY. 

NDB (LOM) 367 GR 039° 5.6 NM to Fayetteville Rgnl/Grannis Fid. 



DS BUTLER FARM AND AIRFIELD (see oakridge) 



DUPLIN CO (See KENANSVILLE) 



EAGLES NEST (see potters hill) 



EDEN 



ROCKINGHAM CO HELIPORT (8N0) N UTC-5(-4DT> N36°29.64' W79°44.39' CINCINNATI 

605 B NOTAM FILE RDU 
HELIPAD HI: H60X60 (CONC) 

HELIPAD HI: VASI(NSTD)— TCH 7'. 
HELIPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Numerous +30' light poles in parking lot. +30' antenna on top of hospital (100' AGL) 

300' NE of pad. Parking area NW of Idg pad; +4' perimeter fence within 13' of heliport-SW corner. Rotating ben 

located on hospital roof 300' NE of Idg pad. Helipad HI 25' p-line 200' W of helipad. ACTIVATE perimeter Igts 

and VASI Rwy Hl-CTAF. LDIN Igts opr dusk-dawn. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 



EDENTON N36°01.53' W76°33.99' NOTAM FILE EDE. 

NDB (MHW) 265 EDE at Northeastern Rgnl. NDB unusable byd 15 NM. 



WASHINGTON 
L-35C 



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EDENTON 



NORTHEASTERN RGNL (edej 3 se utc-5(-4dt) n36°oi.66 : W76°34.03' 

20 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE EDE 
RWV 01-19: H6000X100 (ASPH) S-60, D-80 MIRL 

RWV 01: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Trees. 

RWV 19: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200ZT-. For after hrs svc call 

252-217-4975. After hr self svc fuel for 100LL and JET A1+ avbl 

with credit card. Seasonal problem with birds and deer on and 

invof arpt. Twys serving Rwy 01-19 have green centerline 

reflectors. PAPI Rwys 01 and 19 ops continuously. ACTIVATE MIRL 

Rwy 01-19 and REIL Rwy 01 and Rwy 19 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 121.125 (252) 482-0757. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 123.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

COFIELD (L)VORTAC 114.6 CVI Chan 93 N36°22.37' 
W76°52.29' 153° 25.4 NM to fid. 70/09W. 

EDENTON NDB (MHW) 265 EDE N36°01.53' W76°33.99' 
fid. NOTAM FILE EDE. NDB unusable byd 15 NM. 

ILS/DME 110.95 l-EDE Chan 46(Y) Rwy 19. 



WASHINGTON 

H-9C, 12H, L-35C 

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(ECG) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) 



ELIZABETH CITY CG AIR STATION/RGNL 

N36°15.63' W76°10.47' 
12 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE ECG 
RWY 10-28: H7219X150 (CONC) S-lOO, D-200, ST-175, TT-400 



WASHINGTON 

H-9C, 12H, L-35D 

IAP, AD 




HIRL CL 
RWY 10:TDZL. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. Road. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 28: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. Tree. 

RWY 01-19: H4518X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-20 MIRL 
RWY 01: VASI(V4L)— GA 2.75° TCH 31'. Thld dsplcd 299'. 
Road. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 18: VASI(V4L)— GA 2.75° TCH 28'. Rgt tfc. 

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

1300-2200Z:t. Terminal CLOSED Christmas Day and New Years 
Day. Twr attended 1300-0200Z:t. Civ ramp attended Mon-Fri 
1300-0200Z:t, Sat-Sun 1300-2200Z:t. For civ attendant after 
hrs and holidays call 252-335-5634 during hrs attended. CG 
ramp attended 24 hrs, etc 252-335-6333. CG Aviation Logistic 
Center ramp attended 1200-2000Z:t. Twr and Civ ramp attended 
1200-0300Z:t. See FLIP AP/1 supplementary Arpt Info. Fuel 24 hr 
self sve with credit card. Heavy bird activity invof arpt. Intermittent 
tethered balloon ops 3 NM SE dalgt hrs at 3000 ft. Rwy 01-19 
and Twy G west of the civil ramp CLOSED to all ops over 12,500 
lbs. Vertical tkf and landing only for copters over 12,500 lbs. Rwy 01-19 loose gravel, pavement cracks, 
vegetation. Acft with tail heights to 50' parked on apron first 2000' from Rwy 28 right side 250' from rwy 
centerline. TPA-Fixed Wing 1512(1500), Rotary Wing 1012(1000). All DOD turbojet acft must obtain prior 
permission from air station ops prior to requesting arpt familiarization apchs. SP LHOX OIL: 0-133-156 Tran 
Alert-No tran maintenance, ltd sve, expect up to 4 hr delay for fuel. Tran air carrier must remain with acft to 
provide directions/assistance in servicing. All DOD turbojet acft full stop Idgs only, practice apchs and touch and 
go Idgs prohibited. PPR for parking and sves on Coast Guard Ramp and Aviation Logistic Center (ALC) ramp. 
Coast Guard complex has numerous buildings within the building restriction lines. Compass rose for Coast 
Guard use only. Noise Abatement in effect: call afld management for details at 252-335-6333. Blimp opr and 
training site 3 NM southeast of fid-flight opr conducted in surrounding area. Seasonal low-flying agricultural acft 
based in the local area. No line-of-sight between rwy ends. Search and Rescue may rqr 24 hr twr staff 
0200-1300Z:t, trans intentions in the blind on 120.5. Facilities and connector twys north of Rwy 10-28 
restricted to official CG business, PPR for entry. Twy pavement rough. All acft destined for CG Air Station etc 
Elizabeth City air on 345.0, 10 min prior to Idg. All acft destined for CG ALC etc Fit Ops 123.1. When twr is clsd 
centerline Igts and VASI Rwy 10 and Rwy 28 opr continuously. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 10-28 and MIRL Rwy 01-19 
— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SODRCES: ASOS 118.525 (252) 338-4750. HIWAS 112.5 ECG. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.5 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122.2 122. 05R 112. 5T (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® NORFOLK APP/DEP CON 119.55 

TOWER 120.5 (1300-0200Z+) GND CON 121.9 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1300-0200Z:t other times CLASS E. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ECG. 

(DVOR/DME 112.5 ECG Chan 72 N36°15.46' W76°10.54' at fid. 10/07W. HIWAS. 
WOODVILLE NDB (MHW) 254 LLW N36°15.78' W76°17.88' 101° 6 NM to fid. 
ILS/DME 111.35 l-EPR Chan 50(Y) Rwy 10. Class IE. 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: 24 hr search and rescue acft ops may rqr twr to be staffed 0300-1200Z:t, transmit 
intentions in the blind on 120.5. 



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ELIZABETHTOWN 

CURTIS L BROWN JR FIELD <eyf) 2 se utc-5(-4dt) 

132 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWV 15-33: H4998X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-45 MIRL 
RWV 15: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.2° TCH 45'. 
RWV 33: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2330Z:t, Sun 
1330-2330ZT-. For svc after hrs and emergencies call 
910-862-8928. Fuel avbl 24 hrs with credit card. Deer on and 
invof arpt. Birds on and invof arpt spring and fall. Low level 
military activity invof arpt. Arpt ben is obscured by trees to the 
east. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 15-33; PAPI Rwy 15 and Rwy 33 and 
REIL Rwy 33— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.475 (910) 862-9982. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
FAVETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 133.0 

RADIO ADIS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FAY. 
FAVETTEVILLE (L) VOR/DME 108.8 FAY Chan 25 N34°59.13' 

W78°52.50' 151° 27.2 to fid. 179/04W. 
ELIZABETHTOWN NDB (MHW) 398 TGQ N34°31.73' 

W78°30.96' 332° 5.4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE RDU. 



N34°36.11' W78°34 




ELIZABETHTOWN 

NDB (MHW) 398 



N34°31.73' W78°30.96' NOTAM FILE RDU. 
TGQ 332° 5.4 NM to Curtis L Brown Jr Fid. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35A 



ELKIN MUNI (ZEF) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N36°16.80' W80°47.16' 

1068 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ TPA— 2068(1000) NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 07-25: H4003X75 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 0.7% up W 
RWV 07: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 19'. Tree. 
RWV 25: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 4.5° TCH 66'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2200ZJ;. For svc after hrs call 
336-874-7171, 336-874-2931, 336-366-7994 or 
336-926-6243. Fuel 24 hr self svc with credit card. Trees and 
steep terrain within 75' of rwy. Deer on and invof arpt. Rwy 25 has 
an uphill grade. Rwy 07 and Rwy 25 VASI opr continuously. Rwy 
25 VASI unusable byd 5° left and right of centerline due to trees. 
ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 07-25 and REIL Rwy 25— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

BARRETTS MOUNTAIN (L) VOR/DME 110.8 BZM Chan 45 

N35°52.13' W81°14.43' 048° 33.1 NM to fid. 1880/06W. 
ZEPHYR NDB (MHW) 326 ZEF N36°18.79' W80°43.40' 242° 
3.6 NM to fid. 



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NDB(L0M)261 OA 052° 6.6 NM to Albert J. Ellis. Unmonitored. 



N35°33.74' W75°57.31' 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35C 



ENGELHARD 

HYDE CO (7W6) 6N UTC-5(-4DT) 
8 B NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 11-29: H4700X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-43 MIRL 

RWV 11: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 34'. Rgt tfc. RWY 29: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 34'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. R5313 5 miles E of arpt and R5314 5 miles N of arpt have heavy concentrations of 

military acft within 1000' AGL and in excess of 500 knots, acft maneuvering for Idg and after tkf should remain 

over land E of airport. Deer and birds on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 11-29 — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 11 and Rwy 

29 on continuously. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ISO. 

KINSTON (L)VORTAC 109.6 ISO Chan 33 N35°22.26' W77°33.50' 086° 79.0 NM to fid. 106/05W. 



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ERWIN 



N35°22.81' W78°43.93' 



CHARLOTTE 

, 12B, L-35B, 3BF 

IAP 



HARNETT RGNL JETPORT (hrj) 4 nw utc-5(-4dt> 

202 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE HRJ 
RWY 05-23: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-13 MIRL 0.3% up NE 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. 

RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2300Z:t, Sat-Sun 

1400-2200Z:t. For svc after hrs see telephone number posted on 

FBO door. Fuel self svc with credit card. Birds on and invof arpt. 

Glider activity dalgt hrs; gliders only may use rgt tfc. Gliders use 

grass area adjacent Rwy 05-23 for Idg. Ultralight airpark 2 NM 

S.E. Heavy amounts ultralight to 1000' MSL mainly weekends 

extending into Harnett Rgnl Jetport tfc pattern. Rwy 05, 60' drop 

off 350' from thld and Rwy 23, 15' drop off 70' left of centerline. 

Arpt located 18 NM NE of Pope AFB; Heavy amounts of military tfc 

as low as 500' AGL overhead Harnett Rgnl Jetport. Rotating ben 

obscured by trees N and W of arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23 

and REIL Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 opr 

continuously. REIL Rwy 05 OTS indef. REIL Rwy 23 OTS indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.025 (910) 814-3946. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® FAYETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 125.175 

GCO 135.075 (FAYETTEVILLE CLNC and FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FAY. 

FAYETTEVILLE (L) VOR/DME 108.8 FAY Chan 25 N34°59.13' W78°52.50' 021° 24.7 NM to fid. 179/04W. 

NDD(MHW)417 HQT N35°25.99' W78°40.50' 230° 4.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE HRJ. 

LOC/DME 108.35 l-HRJ Chan 20(Y) Rwy 05. 




FARMVILLE 



FLANAGAN FLD (N08) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°33.40' W77°33.63' chai 

75 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 03-21: 2500X100 (TURF) 

RWY 03: Trees. RWY 21: Thld dsplcd 300'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Glider ops invof arpt. Aerial banner towing and aerial crop spraying invof of arpt. 

Livestock and wildlife invof arpt. +4' fence/brush along hwy northeast end Rwy 21. Rwy 21 no dsplcd thld 

markings. Rwy 03-21 marked with yellow cones. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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CHARLOTTE 

H-9C, 126, L-35A, 36F 

IAP, AD 



FAYETTEVILLE 

FAYETTEVILLE RGNL/GRANNIS FLD 

N34°59.47' W78°52.82' 
189 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE FAY 
RWV 04-22: H7709X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-lOO, D-200, ST-175, 

DT-350, DDT-750 HIRL 0.3%upSW 

RWV 04: MALSR. PAPI (P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. Thld dsplcd 499'. 

RWV 22: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. Thld dsplcd 302'. 
RWV 10-28: H4801X150 (ASPH) S-30, D-55 MIRL 

RWV 10: REIL. Trees. 

RWV 28: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 35'. Trees. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 84: TORA-7712 T0DA-7712 ASDA-7006 LDA-6507 

RWV 22: TORA-7712 T0DA-7712 ASDA-7213 LDA-6507 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0500ZJ;. CLOSED to all military acft 

over 17,000 lbs for air carrier ramp ops except 24 hr PPR. Call 

arpt manager 910-433-1160 Mon-Fri. Major power plant repairs 

avbl for piston engines only. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (910) 484-1546. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 121.25 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 108.8T (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 133.0 (061°-230°) 127.8 (231°-320°) 125.175 
(321°-060°) 

TOWER 118.3 GND CON 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuously etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FAY. 

(DVOR/DME 108.8 FAY Chan 25 N34°59.13' W78°52.50' at fid. 179/04W. 

DOONE NDB (LOM) 367 GR N34°54.75' W78°56.38' 039° 5.6 NM to fid. 

ILS 110.5 l-GRA RWY 04. Class IB. LOM DOONE NDB. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. Glideslope 
unusable byd 3° rgt of course. 




GRAYS CREEK (2GC) 9S UTC-5(-4DT) N34°53.62' W78°50.61' 

160 S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWV 17-35: H3500X30 (ASPH) S-8 LIRL(NSTD) 
RWV 17: Crops. RWV 35: Thld dsplcd 350'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Zi;. Weekends by 
appointment only. 40' unmarked p-line 800' from dsplcd thld Rwy 
35. Rwy 17-35 NSTD LIRL first 350' Rwy 35 not Igtd. For LIRL 
Rwy 17-35 call 910-483-4114. Rwy 17-35 Igtd thld relocated 
350'; 3150' of Rwy 17-35 usable at ngt. Taxi on the grass apron 
at a slow speed due to uneven sod surface. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FAY. 

FAVETTEVILLE (L) VOR/DME 108.8 FAY Chan 25 N34°59.13' 
W78°52.50' 168° 5.7 NM to fid. 179/04W. 



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FIDDLERS N35°42.61' W81°40.28' NOTAM FILE RDU. ATLANTA 

NDB (MHW) 391 FIQ 031° 7.2 NM to Foothills Rgnl. NDB unusable byd 20 NM. NDB located 41,900' from 
threshold Rwy 03 and 400' SE of extended centerline. L-25C 



FIRST FLIGHT (see kill devil hills) 



FIRST RIVER N35°15.16' W81°35.93' NOTAM FILE RDU. 
NDB (MHW) 417 SLP at Shelby-Cleveland Co Rgnl 



CHARLOTTE 
L-25D 



FLANAGAN FLD (see farmville) 



FOOTHILLS RGNL (see morganton) 



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(See SIMMONS AAF) 



FRANKLIN 



MACON CO (1A5) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°13.36' W83°25.14' 

2020 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ TPA— 2800(780) NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 07-25: H4400X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 07: Trees. RWY 25: Brush. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Zt--dusk. Rapidly rising terrain all 

quadrants. Rwy 07-25 has severe cracks and vegetation through 

cracks and joints. Rwy 25 has a 15 ft drop off 350 ft from thld left 

and right. MIRL Rwy 07-25 on dusk-dawn to incr ints — CTAF. Arpt 

ben located 3/4 mile SE of arpt. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.225 (828) 349-3156. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

HARRIS (L)VORTACW 109.8 HRS Chan 35 N34°56.58' 
W83°54.94' 055° 29.6 NM to fid. 3660/00E. HIWAS. 




FRANKLIN CO (see louisburg) 



GASTONIA MUNI (AKH) 4S UTC-5(-4DT) N35°12.16' W81°08.99 
798 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al NOTAM FILE AKH 
RWY 03-21: H3770X100 (ASPH) S-24 MIRL 0.4%upSW 

RWY 03: ODALS. PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.0°TCH 26'. Road. 

RWY 21: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 31'. Thld dsplcd 90'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Zt, Sun 

1600-2200Z:t\ CLOSED Christmas Day. For sve after hrs call 

704-460-5619. Deer on and invof arpt. Parallel twy unlgtd. Noise 

abatement: from 0300-llOOZt- pilots are requested to use Rwy 

21 as calm wind dep rwy and do runups on ramp; not rwy end. To 

avoid low altitude turns to the W req cine thru CLASS B airspace 

from Charlotte apch. Rwy 03 has 25' p-line 400' from thld left 

and right of centerline. 15' road 292' from thld left and right of 

centerline. 50' drop-off 124' from dsplcd thld left and right of 

centerline. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21, ODALS Rwy 03 and PAPI 

Rwy 03 and PAPI Rwy 21— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 135.725 (704) 868-9034. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 134.75 CLNC DEL 127.2 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLT. 

CHARLOTTE (L) VORW/DME 115.0 CLT Chan 97 N35°11.42' 
W80-57.ll' 279° 9.8 NM to fid. 732/05W. HIWAS. 

STONIA NDD (MHW) 260 GHJ N35°11.48' W81°09.43' at fid. NOTAM FILE RDU. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: NDB unmonitored 2330-1130Z during standard time, 2330-1030Z during daylight 

savings time. Cine Del freq 127.2 OTS indef. 




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GOLDSBORO— WAYNE MUNI (GWW) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N35°27.63' W77°57.90 
133 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X1,4 NOTAM FILE GWW 
RWV 05-23: H5499X99 (ASPH) S-30, D-42 PCN 49 F/C/Y/T MIRL 
RWV 05: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
RWV 23: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 43'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OlOOZt-. Unattended Christmas and 
Thanksgiving. Bird activity invof arpt. Helicopter ops on twy 
leading to T hangers. Helipad on twy with traffic cones and flags. 
Surface variations in rwy safety area. Ultralgt aircraft PPR call 
919-734-7630. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23, REIL Rwy 23, and 
ODALS Rwy 23 — CTAF; PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.975 (919) 731-4473. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® SEYMOUR JOHNSON APP/DEP CON 123.7 (1200-0430Z+-) 
WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP 135.5 (0430-1200Z+-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ISO. 

KINSTON (L)VORTAC 109.6 ISO Chan 33 N35°22.26' 

W77°33.50' 290° 20.7 NM to fid. 106/05W. 
WAYNE NDB (MHW/LOM) 208 JYN N35°31.57' W77°54.02' 227 = 

5 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE RDU. NDB unmonitored. SHUTDOWN. 
ILS 111.9 l-UGZ Rwy 23. Class IB. LOM WAYNE NDB. NDB 
unmonitored. 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9C, 12H, L-35B, 36F 

IAP 




GOOSE CREEK (See Indian trail) 



GRAYS CREEK (see fayetteville) 



GREENSBORO N36°02.74' W79°5S.58' NOTAM FILE GSO. 

(H)VORTAC 116.2 GSO Chan 109 034° 3.7 NM to Piedmont Triad Intl. 

879/03W. HIWAS. 
RCO 123.65 122.2 122. 1R 116. 2T (RALEIGH RADIO) 



CINCINNATI 
H-9B, 12G, L-25E, 36F 



GREENSBORO 

AIR HARBOR <W88) 6 N UTC-5(-4DT) N36°10.42' W79°48.18' CINCINNATI 

822 S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWY 09-27: H2460X65 (ASPH-TURF) S-10 MIRL(NSTD) 
RWY 09: Trees. RWY 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z:t-dusk. Deer on and invof arpt. After hrs emerg call 336-288-8047. Rwy 09-27 
north 25' width is asph. South 40' width is turf. Rwy 09-27 NSTD MIRL; edge Igts vary from 40'-70' from 
pavement south end, 8' from pavement north end. Rwy 09 trees located within 60' of paved edge left side. Rwy 
09 has +60' dropoff 220' from thld. Rwy 27 has 8' dropoff 10' from thld, left and right. Rwy-09 Idg uphill. Grvl 
access road 60' from Rwy 27 end. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



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OX 1, 2 LRA 



S-124, D-170, ST-175, 



0.3% down. 



PIEDMONT TRIAD INTL (gsoj 7w 

926 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

NOTAM FILE GSO 
RWY05R-23L: H 10001X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 
DT-240 HIRL CL 

RWY OSR: MALSR. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 68 
RWY 23L: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L). 
RWY 05L-23R: H9000X150 (ASPH) S-124, D-170, DT-240 
HIRL CL 

RWY 05L: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 78'. 
RWY 23R: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI{P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 69'. 
RWY 14-32: H6380X150 (ASPH-PFC) S-123, D-170, ST-175 
DT-244 HIRL 0.4% up NW 
RWY 32: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 53'. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVBL 

RWY 14 05R-23L 3450 

RWY 23L 14-32 9200 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY05L: T0RA-9000 T0DA-9000 
RWY05R: TORA-10001 TODA-10001 
TODA-6380 
TODA-10001 
TODA-9000 
TODA-6380 



N36°06.08' W79°56.47' 
Class I, ARFF Index C 



CINCINNATI 

H-9B, 126, L-25E, 36F 

IAP, AD 



RWY 14: TORA-6380 
RWY23L: TORA-10001 
RWY23R: TORA-9000 
RWY 32: TORA-6380 




ASDA-9000 LDA-9000 
ASDA-10001 LDA-10001 
ASDA-6380 LDA-6380 
ASDA-9601 LDA-9601 
ASDA-9000 LDA-9000 
ASDA-6380 LDA-6380 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 32 Rwy Visual Range rollout avbl. Acft with wingspan greater than 

171' are restricted from using Twy E. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (336) 393-0168. HIWAS 116.2 GSO. WSP. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 128.55 UNICOM 122.95 
® GREENSBORO APP/DEP CON 124.35 (250°-049°) 118.5 (050°-249°) 
TOWER 119.1 GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 121.75 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GSO. 

GREENSBORO (H)VORTAC 116.2 GSO Chan 109 N36°02.74' W79°58.58' 030° 3.7 NM to fid. 879/03W. 

HIWAS. 
MARKY NDB (LOM) 254 GS N36°10.02' W80°02.14' 139° 6.0 NM to fid. Unmonitored. 
ILS 109.9 l-GSO Rwy 14. LOM MARKY NDB. LOM unmonitored. MM OTS indef. 
ILS 109.3 l-HIH Rwy 23L. Class ME. 

ILS/OME 111.9 l-LZY Chan 56 Rwy 05R. Class IA. LOC unusable byd 30° left and right of course. 
ILS/BME 109.55 l-LLG Chan 32(Y) Rwy 05L. 
ILS/DME 109.55 l-IDB Chan 32(Y) Rwy 23R. 

SOUTHEAST GREENSBORO (3A4) 8 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°56.52' W79°41.13 
737 S4 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 17-35: H3063X30 (ASPH) S-8 MIRL 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-2200ZJ:. Parachute Jumping. 

Practice Idg on Rwy 35 not permitted. Rwy 17 uphill Idg preferred 

Emergency etc number 336-420-3776. Rwy 17-35 lights OTS 

indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

LIBERTY (L)VORTAC 113.0 LIB Chan 77 N35°48.70' 
W79°36.76' 339° 8.6 NM to fid. 830/03W. 




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251 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9C, 12H, L-35C 

IAP, AD 



GREENVILLE 

PITT-GREENVILLE (PQV) 2N UTC-5(-4DT) N35°38.12' W77°23.12' 

26 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A ARFF Index— See Remarks NOTAM FILE PGV 
RWV 02-20: H6505X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-40, D-65 HIRL 

RWV 02: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. Trees. 

RWV 20: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 25'. Thld dsplcd 350'. 

Trees. 
RWV 08-2B: H4997X150 (ASPH) S-40, D-65 MIRL 

RWV 08: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 42'. Trees. 

RWV 26: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Pole. 
RWV 15-33: H2687X150 (ASPH) S-40, D-65 

RWV 15: Trees. RWV 33: Trees. 



RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



RWV 02: 
RWV 08: 
RWV 15 
RWV 20: 
RWV 26: 
RWV 33: 



T0RA-6505 
TORA-4997 
TORA-2687 
T0RA-6505 
TORA-4997 
TORA-2687 



ASDA-6505 
ASDA-4997 
ASDA-2687 
ASDA-6505 
ASDA-4997 
ASDA-2687 



LDA-6505 
LDA-4997 
LDA-2687 
LDA-6157 
LDA-4997 
LDA-2687 




TODA-6505 
T0DA-4997 
T0DA-2687 
TODA-6505 
TODA-4997 
TODA-2687 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1030-0430Z:t, Sat 

1030-0300Z1;, Sun 1030-0430Z:t. Rwy 15-33 multiple large 
cracks in pavement. Grass growing out of cracks. Class I, ARFF 
Index B. CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier opr with more than 30 
passenger seats except 24 hr PPR call arpt manager 252-758-4707. Index C ARFF equip avbl upon req. 24 hr 
helicopter ops at hospital 1.5 NM SSW of arpt; monitoring CTAF. Lgtd windsock OTS indef. Rwy 15-33 non-acr 
acft only. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 08-26, HIRL Rwy 02-20 and MALSR Rwy 20— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 02, Rwy 20, Rwy 08 
and Rwy 26 opr continuous. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 128.425 (252) 758-6485. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RCO 122.35 (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.5 
CLNC DEL 122.35 (RALEIGH RADIO) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc 1100-0500Z:t other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

TAR RIVER (L)VORTAC 117.8 TYI Chan 125 N35°58.61' W77°42.23' 148° 25.7 NM to fid. 70/05W. 
ALWOOD NDB (MHW) 230 AQE N35°42.41' W77°22.31' 198° 4.3 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE PGV. 
ILS/DME 110.7 l-PGV Chan 44. Rwy 20. Class IB. LOC unmonitored 0430-1100Z+. DME unmonitored. GS 
unmonitored. 



GREON N35°47.82' W78°52.98' NOTAM FILE RDU. 

NDB (LOM) 382 RD 051° 6.7 NM to Raleigh-Durham Intl. (Unmonitored) 



CHARLOTTE 



HALIFAX-NORTHAMPTON RGNL (see roanoke rapids) 



HARNETT RGNL JETPORT (see erwin) 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



HATTERAS 



BILLY MITCHELL (HSE) 4E UTC-5(-4DT) N35°13.97' W75°37 

17 NOTAM FILE HSE 

RWY 07-25: H3000X75 (ASPH) S-30 
RWY 07: Brush. RWY 25: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED 30 minutes after SS until 
30 minutes before SR. All ngt time ops prohibited. Flocks of 
seagulls on and invof arpt. High speed-low level military ops invof 
arpt. Arpt is within Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Maintain 
2000 ft vertical and horizontal distance from seashore beaches. 
Additional acft parking avbl on N apron. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.375 (252) 995-3646. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

HATTERAS RCO 122.3 (RALEIGH RADIO) 
CHERRY POINT APP/DEP CON 119.75 (North) 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ECG. 

ELIZABETH CITY (DVOR/DME 112.5 ECG Chan 72 N36°15.46' 
W76°10.54' 163° 67.2 NM to fid. 10/07W. 
HIWAS. 




HATTERAS N35°14.01' W75°37.06' 

RCO 122.3 (RALEIGH RADIO) at Billy Mitchell. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35C 



HENDERSON FLD (See Wallace) 



HENDERSON-OXFORD (see oxford) 



N35°18.46' W82°25.99' 



HENDERSONVILLE ( 0a?) 2e utc-5(-4dt) 

2084 S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 15-33: H3075X40 (ASPH) S-10 LIRL 

RWY 15: Thld dsplcd 270'. Trees. RWY 33: Thld dsplcd 325'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. For svc after hrs call 828-693-1897. Acft parked 40' from edge of Rwy 

15-33 S end. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 15-33— CTAF. Ldg fee. $10.00 fee for acft over 6000 lbs or turbine. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 112.2 SUG Chan 59 N35°24.39' W82°16.12' 236° 10 NM to fid. 
3970/02W. 



ATLANTA 
L-25C 



HIATT (See THOMASVILLE) 



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HICKORY 



HICKORY RGNL ( hky) sw utc-5( 

1190 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 06-24: H6400X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 



-4DT) N35°44.47' W81°23.37' 

Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE HKY 

S-32, D-55 HIRL 0.8% up NE 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9B, 12G, L-25D 

IAP, AD 



RWV 06: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. Trees. 

RWV 24: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. 
RWV 01-19: H4400X150 (ASPH) S-30, D-40 MIRL 0.6% up N 

RWV 01: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Tree. 

RWV 19: REIL. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Limited svcs avbl 

0400-1100Z°:. Tkf Rwy 19 prohibited when twr closed. No 

practice IFR apchs between 2100-0000Z:t. CLOSED to 

unscheduled air carrier opr with more than 30 passenger seats 

except 24 hr PPR call arpt manager 828-323-7408. No line of 

sight between Rwy 19 and Rwy 24. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 06-24, 

MIRL Rwy 01-19, PAPI Rwy 24, REIL Rwy 01 and MALSR Rwy 

24— CTAF (0400-1200ZJ;). 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.325 (828) 322-2996. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 128.15 

RCO 122.6 122.2 (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.15 CLNC DEL 124.25 (When twr 
clsd) 

TOWER 128.15 (1200-0400Z°f) GND CON 121.7 
CLNC DEL 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS svc 1200-0400Z°f other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

BARRETTS MOUNTAIN (L) VOR/DME 110.8 BZM Chan 45 N35°52.13' W81°14.43' 
1880/06W. 

TAWBA NDB (MHW/LOM) 332 HK N35°47.19' W81°18.32' 243° 4.9 NM to fid 

ILS 108.7 l-HKY Rwy 24. LOM TAWBA NDB. 

WILSON'S (E40) 4S UTC-5(-4DT) N35°39.12' W81°21.47' CHARL01 

985 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 17-35: 2175X70 (TURF) 

RWV 17: Trees. RWV 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt open dalgt hrs only. 130' AGL unmarked p-lines 1000' N and E of rwy. Rwy 35 

slopes uphill. Last half of Rwy 17 slopes downhill — dep end of Rwy 35 is 6' lower than opposite end. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 




230°10.6 NM to fid. 
NOTAM FILE HKY. 



HIMUN N35°58.69' W79°35.08' NOTAM FILE BUY. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 361 HB 044° 6.8 NM to Burlington-Alamance Rgnl. 



CINCINNATI 
L-25E, 36F 



HINSHAW (GREENACRES) (see liberty) 



(N21) 1 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N34°29.46' W77°31.86' 



HOLLY RIDGE/TOPSAIL ISLAND 

40 NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWV 14-32: 3600X88 (TURF) RWY LGTS (NSTD) 

RWV 14: Thld dsplcd 925'. P-lines. RWV 32: Thld dsplcd 600'. P-lines. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Deer on and invof arpt. Rwy 14-32 Igtd thld Rwy 14 relocated 925'; Rwy 32 

Igtd thld relocated 675'; 2000' of Rwy 14-32 usable for ngt ops. Dsplcd thld indicated by end of rwy Igts and 

yellow cones. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



HORACE WILLIAMS (See chapel hill) 



HUNTSBORO N36°18.03 r W78°37.12' NOTAM FILE RDU. 
NDB(MHW)271 HXO 057° 5.7 NM to Henderson-Oxford. 



WASHINGTON 
L-36G 



HURDLE FLD (see mebane) 



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UTC-5(-4DT) N36°17.01' W79°04.73' 



HURDLE MILLS 

WHITFIELD FARMS (4W4) 2w 

653 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 03-21: 1950X70 (TURF) 

RWY 03: Trees. RWY 21: Thld dsplcd 400'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Be alert farm equipment/cattle may be on strip; salvage acft left side of Rwy 03. 

Small radio control model airplanes operate on airport. Owner prefers Idgs to the S and tkfs to the N. Rwy 

03-21 NSTD markings, marked by yellow cones. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



HYDE CO (See ENGELHARD) 



N35-07.26' W80°35.24' 
NOTAM FILE RDU 



CHARLOTTE 



INDIAN TRAIL 

GOOSE CREEK (2ba) 6 ne utc-5(-4dt) 

565 B FUEL 100LL TPA— See Remarks 

RWY 04-22: H2350X35 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 04: Thld dsplcd 122'. Trees. RWY 22: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Call for fuel (704) 882-1102. Use caution due to extensive ultralight activity. 
Farm equipment on and invof arpt. Birds and wildlife on and invof arpt. Rwy 04 ngt Idgs not authorized. Rwy 
04-22 has 4' electric fence 65' from centerline on southeast side. Rwy 04-22 has 15' dropoff 50' from 
centerline on southeast side at midfield. Rwy 04-22 has 15' roads 55' from centerline both sides of rwy. Rgt tfc 
Rwy 04 and Rwy 22 for ultralights only. TPA for ultralights 1100(535)), TPA for all other acft 1600(1035). Rwy 
04-22 frist 400' southwest end unlgtd. Rwy 04-22 NSTD LIRL no thld Igts. Arpt Igts opr dusk-0530Z:t. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 



JAARS-TOWNSEND (see waxhaw) 



JACKSON CO (See SYLVA) 



JACKSONVILLE 



ALBERT J ELLIS (OAJ) 10 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N34 49.75' W77°36.73' 

94 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A ARFF Index— See Remarks NOTAM FILE OAJ 
RWY 05-23: H7100X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-175, ST-175, DT-300 HIRL 

RWY 05: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 55'. 

RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 47'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1000-0100Z:t. For fuel other hrs call 

910-347-8366. CLOSED to air carrier ops with more than 30 

passenger seats 0500-1000ZJ; except PPR call arpt manager 

910-324-1100. Class I, ARFF Index A. Index B ARFF equipment is 

avbl. Arpt CLOSED to all military acft over 17,000 lbs for air 

carrier ramp ops except 24 hr PPR. Call arpt manager Mon-Fri 

910-324-1100. 180°turns on Rwy 05-23 not authorized for acft 

60,000 pounds and over. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 05-23, MALSR Rwy 

05, REIL Rwy 23 and PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23— CTAF. HIRL step 3 

only. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 124.475 (910) 324-5233. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® WILMINGTON APP/DEP CON 135.75 (1100-0400Z:t) CLNC DEL 121.4 
® WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.75 (0400-1100Z:t) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc Sun-Fri 1100-0500Z+, Sat 1100-0430Z:t other 

times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRE. 

GRAND STRAND (L)VORTAC 117.6 CRE Chan 123 N33°48.83' W78°43.47' 
20/03W. 

ELLAS NDB (LOM) 261 OA N34°45.03' W77°42.27' 052° 6.6 NM to fid. Unmonitored. NOTAM I 

ILS/DME 108.7 l-OAJ Chan 24 Rwy 05. LOM ELLAS NDB. LOM ELLAS NDB unmonitored. 

SKY MANOR (N22) 8W UTC-5(-4DT) N34°43.01' W77°35.53' 

60 NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWY 08-26: 3610X85 (TURF) 

RWY 08: Thld dsplcd 595'. Trees. RWY 26: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. CAUTION — Areas of standing water on rwy after rains. Be alert, deer invof arpt. West 
half of rwy extremely soft when wet. Tkf and Idg in strong crosswinds not recommended due to severe drafts 
from trees. Rwy 08-26 marked with 2' yellow cones. Cones obscured by grass and brush. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 




CHARLOTTE 



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JEFFERSON 



ASHE CO (GEV) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N36°25.95' W81°25.18' 
3180 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE GEV 
RWV 10-28: H4293X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 1.8% up W 
RWV 10: Trees. 

RWV 28: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.3° TCH 44'. Brush. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2200Z:t. CLOSED Christmas day. 
For svc after hrs call 336-877-1102. Rising terrain all quadrants. 
Rwy 28 has an uphill grade. Rwys 10 and 28 safety areas have 
100 ft dropoffs 270 ft from thld. Rwy 28, 100' dropoffs 90' left 
and right of centerline. Construction activity on ramp and twy. 
Deer invof arpt. Rwy 28 mountain penetrates VASI glide slope. 
ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 10-28; VASI Rwy 28 and REIL Rwy 28— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.675 (336) 982-5555. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

HOLSTON MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 114.6 HMV Chan 93 N36°26.22' 

W82°07.78' 094° 34.4 NM to fid. 4321/04W. 
ASHEE NDB (MHW/LOM) 410 JU N36°26.04' W81°19.32' 276° 

4.7 NM to fid. NOTAM FLD GEV. 
ILS/DME 109.35 l-JUH Chan 30 Rwy 28. LOM ASHEE 
NDB. LOC only. 



CINCINNATI 
L-25D 

IAP 




JIGEL N34°32.76' W79°08.30' NOTAM FILE LBT. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 384 JB 054° 5.5 NM to Lumberton Muni. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-24J, 35A, 36E 



JNALL N35°36.41' W78°21.27' NOTAM FILE RDU. 

NDB (MHW) 251 EUU 211° 4.3 NM to Johnston Co. NDB unmonitored 2200-1300Z+. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35B, 36F 



JOHNSTON CD (See SMITHFIELD) 



JONESVILLE 



SWAN CREEK (78A) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N36°12.14' W80°52.09' CINCINNAT 

1135 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 10-28: 2600X200 (TURF) 

RWV 10: Trees. RWV 28: Hill. 

RWV 02-28: 1650X200 (TURF) 

RWV 02: Road. RWV 20: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Arpt CLOSED to transient acft. Parachute Jumping. No line-of-sight between 

rwy ends. Rwy 10 slopes uphill; Rwy 02 first half slopes uphill. Rwy 20+3' fence 40'prior to thld. Arpt phone 

919-835-9555. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



JULIAN 



KECKS (N88) 2 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°55.59' W79°37.65' CHARLOT 

724 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 05-23: 1400X75 (TURF) 

RWV 85: Fence. RWV 23: Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Agricultural equipment occasionally on rwy. Buildings on NW edge of rwy. Additional 

obstruction p-line 1600 ft from thld Rwy 23. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



JURLY N35°28.50' W78°25.52' NOTAM FILE JNX. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 263 JN 032°4.3 NM to Johnston Co. NDB unmonitored 2200-1300Z:t. 
NDB unusable byd 15 NM. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35B, 36F 



KATFI N35°01.29' W77°04.77' NOTAM FILE EWN. 

NDB (LOM) 362 EW 038° 3.6 NM to COASTAL CAROLINA RGNL. 


CHARLOTTE 


KEANS N35°31.97' W82°35.25' NOTAM FILE AVL. 

NDB (LOM) 357 IM 163° 6.2 NM to Asheville Rgnl. ILS OTS 0330-1130Z:t indef. 


ATLANTA 


KECKS (See JULIAN) 



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KENAN N35°04.34' W77°55.13' NOTAM FILE DPL. 
NDB(MHW)332 DKA 223° 5.3 NM to Duplin Co. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35B 



KENANSVILLE 



DUPLIN CO (DPL) 2 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°00.00' W77°58.90 
136 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al + 0X3 NOTAM FILE DPL 

RWY 05-23: H6002X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-50 MIRL 
RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. Trees. 
RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Apr-Oct Mon-Sat 1200-0000Z:t, Sun 
1800-0000ZJ:; Nov-Mar Mon-Sat 1300-2300Z:t, Sun 
1800-2300Z:t. Deer/dogs/birds on and invof arpt. Twy Igts OTS 
indef. PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 opr continuously. ACTIVATE REIL 
Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 — CTAF. MIRL Rwy 05-23 on until midnight. 
After midnight, ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 120.675 (910) 296-9688. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® SEYMOUR JOHNSON APP/DEP CON 119.7 (1200-0430Z:t) 
WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.5 (0430-1200ZJ:) 
GCO 135.075 (SEYMOUR JOHNSON CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ISO. 

KINSTON (L)VORTAC 109.6 ISO Chan 33 N35°22.26' 

W77-33.50' 228° 30.5 NM to fid. 106/05W. 
KENAN NOB (MHW) 332 DKA N35°04.34' W77°55.13' 

223° 5.3 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE DPL. 
ILS 110.1 l-PZR Rwy 23. LOC only. LOC unusabl 
20° left of course. Unmonitored. 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9C, 12G, L-35B 

IAP 



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KILL DEVIL HILLS 

FIRST FLIGHT (PEA) 1W UTC-5(-4DT) N36 o 01.09' W75°40.28 

13 TPA— 813(800) NOTAM FILE FFA 

RWY 02-20: H3000X60 (ASPH) S-10 

RWY 02: Road. RWY 20: Brush. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Airport CLOSED 30 minutes after SS 
until 30 minutes before SR. Hang gliding and powered hang 
gliding to 4000' invof arpt from SR-SS year round. Unmarked 
p-lines in apch area Rwy 02; 300' twr and tank 1 /2 mile N of Rwy 
20 thld. Deer and birds on and invof arpt. PPR Superintendent 
Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Manteo, NC, required for acft 
over 12,500 lbs. Windsock partially obscured by trees from apron. 
A maximum of 24 hrs parking permitted. No more than two 
overnight stays per month. Restroom facilities on site, key code 
access to Pilot Lounge. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.075 (252) 449-0698. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MQI. 
WRIGHT BROTHERS (T) VORW/DME 111.6 RBX Chan 53 

N35°55.23' W75°41.82' 020° 6 NM to fid. 10/08W. 




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(ISO) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9C, 12H, L-35B 

IAP, AD 



KINSTON RGNL JETPORT AT STALLINGS FLD 

N35°19.89' W77°36.53' 
93 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index B NOTAM FILE ISO 
RWV 05-23: H11500X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-90, D-135, ST-175, DT-260 HIRL 

RWV 05: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. Thld dsplcd 540'. 

RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 74'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1130-0300Z:f.. CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier opr with more than 30 passenger 

seats except 24 hr PPR call arpt manager 252-522-2922. When twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 05-23, MALSR 

Rwy 05 and REIL Rwy 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 132.75 (252) 522-2712. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.6 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 15R 109. 6T (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® SEYMOUR JOHNSON APP/DEP CON 127.3 (1200-0430Z1;) 

WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP C0N135.5 (0430-1200Z1;) 

TOWER 120.6 (1130-0300Z1;) GND CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS svc 1130-0300Z$ other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ISO. 

(L)VORTAC 109.6 ISO Chan 33 N35°22.26' W77°33.50' 231° 3.4 NM to fid. 106/05W. 
VOR portion unusable 221°-231° byd 30 NM bio 2000'. 

STALS NOB (LOM) 276 IS N35°14.64' W77°41.90' 049° 6.8 NM to fid. 

ILS 111.3 l-ISO Rwy 05. Class IT. LOM STALS NDB. Unmonitored when twr clsd. LOC BC unusable. MM 
OTS indef. 



LAKE NORMAN AIRPARK 



(See MOORESVILLE) 



LANEYS (See MAIDEN) 



LAURINBURG-MAXTON (see maxton) 



LEECO N35-29.84' W79°08.40' NOTAM FILE TTA. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 406 TT 028° 5.5 NM to Sanford-Lee Co Rgnl. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35B, 36F 



LEEVY N35°55.63' W78M3.32' NOTAM FILE RDU. 

NDB (HW/LOM) 350 LE 234° 4.4 NM to Raleigh-Durham Intl. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-36F 



LEXINGTON 



DAVIDSON CO (EXX) 3 SW LJTC-5(-4DT) N35 46.87' W80°18.23 
733 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE EXX 
RWV 06-24: H5004X99 (ASPH) MIRL 0.6%upSW 

RWV 06: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 32'. Trees. 

RWV 24: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 35'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0230Z+. Wildlife on and invof arpt. 

Follow taxiway centerline to parking. Maximum ramp weight 

30,000 pounds single wheel, 60,000 pounds dual wheel. After 

0500ZJ; ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 06 and Rwy 24, REIL Rwy 06 and Rwy 

24— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.825 (336) 956-2967. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® GREENSBORO APP/DEP CON 118.5 

GCO 135.075 (GREENSBORO CLNC and FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GSO. 

GREENSBORO (H)VORTAC 116.2 GSO Chan 109 N36°02.74' 
W79°58.58' 228° 22.5 NM to fid. 879/3W. HIWAS. 

ILS/DME 108.75 l-EXX Chan 24(Y) Rwy 06 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: GCO OTS indef. 



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LIBERTY N35°48.70' W79°36.76' NOTAM FILE RDU. 

(L)VORTAC 113.0 LIB Chan 77 001° 6.1 NM to Causey. 830/03W. 
RCO 122. 1R 113.0T (RALEIGH RADIO) 



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LIBERTY 



CAUSEY (2A5) 4 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°54.71' W79°37.06' 
723 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X1 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 02-20: H3800X40 (ASPH) S-8 LIRL(NSTD) 

RWY 02: Trees. RWY 20: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Z:t, Sun 
1800-2200Z:t. CLOSED New Year's Day, Easter, Jul 4th, 
Thanksgiving and Christmas. Fuel tank located 500' from Rwy 20 
thld and 125' left. Rwy 02-20 NSTD LIRL; thld Igts located in the 
grass area 200' before the apch end Rwy 02; Rwy 20 thld Igts 
located in the grass area 300' before the AER 20. Rwy 02-20 
NSTD LIRL Igts smaller than standard and 20' from pavement 
edge. Rwy 02 numbers NSTD basic; smaller than normal. Rwy 20 
NSTD markings; smaller than normal. Soft dirt all rwy edges; exit 
ramp and twy. Building and parked acft within 90' of centerline at 
N end of rwy. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® GREENSBORO APP/DEP CON 118.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

LIBERTY (L)VORTAC 113.0 LIB Chan 77 N35°48.70' 
W79°35.76' 001° 6.1 NM to fid. 830/03W. 



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750 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 03-21: 1400X100 (TURF) 

RWY 03: Trees. RWY 21: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. 4' fence end of Rwy 3 and along both sides of rwy 

in primary surface. Rwy 03-21 width 50' maintained regularly. Arpt in traffic pattern of Causey Airport 2A5 (2 

miles east) CTAF 122.8. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



LINCOLNTON— LINCOLN CO RGNL (ipj) 5e utc-5(-4dt) N35°29.oo' wsrog.es' 

877 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X2,4 NOTAM FILE IPJ 

RWY 05-23: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-60 MIRL 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L) GA— 3.40° TCH 64'. 

RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L) GA— 3.45° TCH 30'. Thld dsplcd 210'. 

Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Apr-Oct 1300-0100Z:t, Nov-Mar 

1300-0000Z:t. CLOSED Christmas Day. Deer, coyote and birds on 

and invof arpt. Rwy 23 has a 90' dropoff 100' from pavement. 

MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE 

REIL and PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.675 (704) 735-6954. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 134.75 CLNC DEL 124.9 

GCO 124.9 (CHARLOTTE CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLT. 

CHARLOTTE (L) VORW/DME 115.0 CLT Chan 97 N35°11.42' 
W80°57.11' 335° 20.4 NM to fid. 732/05W. HIWAS. 

LINCOLNTON NDB (MHW) 432 IZN N35°32.26' W81°05.19' 
234° 4.9 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE RDU. 

ILS 111.15 I— IPJ Chan 48(Y) Rwy 23. 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



259 



LOUISBURG 



FRANKLIN CO (LHZ) 5 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N36 o 01.40 W78°19.S2 

369 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE LHZ 

RWV 05-23: H5498X100 (ASPH) S-40, D-60 MIRL 0.7% up SW 

RWV05:MALSR. PAPI(P2L) GA-3.0" TCH 23'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L) GA-3.0" TCH 46'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300ZJ;-OOOOZ4:. Arpt phone 

919-496-1234; for svc after hrs call 919-729-4118. Arpt 

unattended Thanksgiving and Christmas. Birds on and invof arpt 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23 and REIL Rwy 23 and MALSR Rwy 

05 — CTAF; PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 opr continuous until dusk. 

After dusk ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.325 (919) 497-0810. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® RALEIGH APP/DEP CON 125.3 

GCO 135.075 (RALEIGH CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

RALEIGH/DURHAM (H) VORTACW 117.2 RDU Chan 

119 N35°52.35' W78°47.00' 072° 23.9 NM to fid. 
429/04W. 

ILS/DME 109.35 l-LHZ Chan 30(Y) Rwy 05. Class IA. 



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LUMBERTON MUNI (LET) 3W UTC-5(-4DT) N34 o 36.60' W79°03.57' 
126 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE LBT 
RWV 05-23: H5510X150 (ASPH) S-15 PCN 100 F/B/Y/T MIRL 
RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 170'. 
Trees. 

RWV 23: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 45'. Trees. 
RWV 13-31: H4998X150 (ASPH) S-8 

RWV 13: Trees. RWV 31: Thld dsplcd 590'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0000ZJ;. For fuel after hrs call 
910-618-9958. Deer and birds on and invof arpt. Rwy 05-23 and 
13-31 no line of sight between rwy ends. Rwy 05 REIL OTS indef. 
MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset low ints; to increase ints and ACTIVATE 
REIL and PAPI Rwy 05 and VASI Rwy 23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 134.775 (910) 671-1906. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FAVETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 133.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FAY. 

FAVETTEVILLE (L) VOR/DME 108.8 FAY Chan 25 N34°59.13' 

W78°52.50' 206° 24.3 NM to fid. 179/04W. 
(T)VORW 110.0 LBT N34°36.64' W79°03.29' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE LBT. 
VOR unusable: 061°-134° bio 3,000', 135°-164° byd 15 NM 

bio 3,000', 165°-185°, 186°-199° byd 15 NM bio 3,000°, 200°-230°, 231°-060° byd 15 NM bio 3,000 
JIGEL NDB (MHW/LOM) 384 JB N34°32.76' W79°08.30' 054° 5.5 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE LBT. 
ROBESON NDB (MHW) 359 RSY N34°36.81' W79°03.59' at fid. NOTAM FILE LBT. 
ILS 108.95 l-JBD Rwy 05. LOM JIGEL NDB. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: VOR and NDB unmonitored 0100-1300ZJ; Mon-Fri, 0000-1500Zt Fri and Sat, 
0000-1300Z:L- Sun and Mon. 




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260 NORTH CAROLINA 



MACKALLAAF (HFF) A l E UTC-5(-4DT) N35°02.20' W79°29.84' charlotte 

376 B NOTAM FILE RDU Not insp. L-35A, 3BF 

RWY 04-22: H4997X150 (ASPH) PCN 32 F/B/W/T DIAP 

RWY 16-34: H4916X150 (CONC) 

RWY 11-20: H4740X150 (CONC) PCN 10 R/D/W/T HIRL 

RWY 11: REIL. Thld dsplcd 501'. RWY 20: REIL. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy Igts intermittent between SR/SS due to local night vision training, non-participating acft 
etc twrto incr ints. FUEL J8 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Sat 1310-0500Z:t. Except Federal holidays. When twr and/or surface visibility is bio 4 
SM the lesser will be reported as prevailing. Airfield subject to closing on short notice. See FLIP AP/1 flight 
hazard Sandhills VORTAC. RSTD PPR phone C(919) 396-6230/V236-6230 during opr hrs, other times 
V236-7804. First 1000' Rwy 11 usable for rotary wing opr only, remainder of rwy CLOSED. First 3500' Rwy 29 
CLOSED. Twy D ltd to ACN 32 R/B/X/T. Helicopter with heavy-duty skid shoes will not touch down on Rwy 
04-22 or set down on parking aprons, except concrete refuel pads. Rwy 16-34 CLOSED until further notice. 
CAUTION Extensive military acft in vicinity of airfield, day and night. 120' communication antenna located WSW 
corner of fire station. Advisory: Rng Ctl 121.0, 304.6. MISC Contact twr chief DSN 236-7308/9775 during opr 
hours, other times DSN 236-7804. No engine will be shutdown on Rwy 04-22 or Twy H. Weather observation 
avbl. Weather forecast avbl from Simmons AAF via direct line. 

COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 141.4 

FAYETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 127.8 343.725 

TOWER 121.0 254.4 (Mon-Sat 1310-0500Z:t), except Federal holidays GND CON 128.35 251.05 41.75 
PMSV METRO 141.25 265.6 (Mon 0500Z:t-Sat 0400Z:t) 
BASE OPS 395.225 RANGE RDO 139.35 249.9 38.9 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon-Sat 1310-0500Z:t, except Federal holidays, other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SANDHILLS (L) VORTAC 111.8 SDZ Chan 55 N35°12.93' W79°35.28' 160° 11.6 NM to field. 590/03W. 
NDB (MHW) 278 HFF N35°01.68' W79°29.14' at fid. Unmonitored 0500-1300Z:t. No NOTAM MP 1st Tue 
0400-1200Z|. 



MACON CO (See FRANKLIN) 



MAIDEN 

LANEYS (N92) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°34.46' W81°07.04' CHARLOTTE 

1025 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 13-31: 2400X75 (TURF) 
RWY 05-23: 2000X100 (TURF) 

RWY 05: P line. RWY 23: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-dusk. Ultralight acft opr on and invof arpt. Rwy 05, Rwy 23 and Rwy 31 has 

unmarked p-lines across rwy thlds. Rwy 05 and Rwy 13 for preferred landing (uphill). Rwy 13 has no line of site 

from rwy end. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MANTEO N35°54.92' W75°41.70' NOTAM FILE MQI. CHARLOTTE 

NDB (MHW) 370 MQI at Dare Co. Rgnl. Unmonitored 2300-1300Z:t. L-35D 



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261 



MANTEO 

DARE CO RGNL (MQI) 1 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°55.14 r W75°41.73 
13 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE MQI 
RWV 05-23: H4305X100 (ASPH) S-4S MIRL 

RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Thld dsplcd 305'. 

RWV 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°. Thld dsplcd 301'. Trees. 
RWV 17-35: H3301X73 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWV 17: Thld dsplcd 289'. Trees. 

RWV 35: Thld dsplcd 989' Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OOOOZt-. CLOSED Christmas day. 

After hrs self svc fuel avbl with credit card — 100LL. Call 

252-216-7028 or 252-216-8407. 300' crane 3 NM SW AER 05. 

200' Igtd crane 2 NM SSW of arpt. Banner towing ops 200' W of 

Rwy 05. Migratory waterfowl Oct-Feb. Rwy 05 15' dropoff 40' from 

thld. Rwy 23 PAPI OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwys 05-23 and 

17-35, PAPI and REIL Rwy 05— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 128.275 (252) 473-2826. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.725 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MQI. 

WRIGHT BROTHERS (T)VORW/DME 111.6 RBX Chan 53 
N35°55.23' W75-41.82' at fid. 10/08W. 

MANTEO NDB (MHW) 370 MQI N35°54.92' W75°41.70' at fid. 




COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: VORW/DME and NDB unmonitored 2300-1300Z1;. 



MARION 



SHIFLETFLD (9A9) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N35 43.24' W82°00.59' ATLANT 

1212 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 10-28: 3340X180 (TURF) LIRL 

RWV 10: Trees. RWV 28: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z1;. For fuel call 828-655-1306 cash only. Rwy subject to flooding 

after very heavy rains on east end. Hangers are spaced closer than normal; slower taxi speeds required. 

ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 10-28 and arpt beacon— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



MARKY N36°10.02' W80°02.14' NOTAM FILE GSO. 

NDB (LOM) 254 GS 139° 6.3 NM to Piedmont Triad International. (Unmonitored) 


CINCINNATI 
L-25E, 36F 


MARTIN CO (See WILLIAMSTON) 


MAXTN N34°44.04' W79°26.66' NOTAM FILE RDU. 

NDB (MHW/L0M)257 ME 056° 5.2 NM to Laurinburg-Maxton. OM OTS indef. 


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SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



MAXTON 



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LAURINBURG— MAXTON (MEB) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N34 47.52' W79°21.95' 
216 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE MEB 
RWY 05-23: H6503X150 (CONC) S-25, D-35 HIRL 

RWV05: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 51'. Trees. 

RWY 23: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 50'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 13-31: H3753X150 (CONC) S-25, D-35 MIRL 

RWY 13: Trees. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300Z1;-2200Z1;. For svc after 

hrs call 910-277-0367 or 910-318-6907. 24 hr self svc with 

credit card. For airframe repairs call arpt to arrange for svc. 

Parachute Jumping. Heavy parachute jumping at south end of 

closed Rwy 18-36 and south side of Rwy 13-31. Farming 

equipment and military operations on and invof arpt. Rwy 13-31 

spalling, heaving, cracks and loose gravel on rwy due to failed 

pavement areas. Upslope first 1000' Rwy 23 restricted sight 

distance to SW end of rwy. Parallel and connector twys on Rwy 

13-31 clsd and unusable. ACTIVATE MALSR Rwy 05, PAPI Rwy 05 

and Rwy 23, HIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. For MIRL Rwy 13-31 etc 

arpt manager 910-277-3067 or 910-318-6907. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 134.125 (910)844-5338. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FAYETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 127.8 

GCO 135.075 (FAYETTEVILLE CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SANDHILLS (L)VORTAC 111.8 SDZ Chan 55 N35°12.93' W79°35.28' 160° 27.6 NM to fid. 590/03W 

MAXTN NDB (MHW/LOM) 257 ME N34°44.04' W79°26.66' 056° 5.2 NM to fid. OM OTS indef. 

1LS 110.7 l-MEB Rwy 05. Class IB. LOM MAXTN NDB. LOC/GS unmonitored SS-SR. OM/MM 
unmonitored. OM OTS indef. 




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MEADOW BROOK FLD (see walnut cove) 



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HURDLE FLD (4W7) 2 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N36°04.01' W79°16.98' 

680 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 03-21: 2200X150 (TURF) 

RWY 03: Road. RWY 21: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Rwy 21 unmarked p-line is difficult to see. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

MEYERS HELIPORT (see candler) 
MICHAEL J. SMITH FLD (see beaufort) 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



263 



MOCKSVILLE 

SUGAR VALLEY (31A) 6 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N35 59.12' W80°30.67' CHARLOTTE 

731 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1500(769) NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWV 02-20: H2424X25 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 
RWV 02: Trees. Rgt tfc. RWV 20: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2100ZJ;. Fuel avbl weekends by prior arrangement. Call Mon-Fri 
336-998-3971. Arpt CLOSED to transient acft 2300-1100Z:t-. Be alert for 55' trees 50' from Rwy 20 thld 
during ngt ops. Day VFR ops for transient acft only. Recommended Idg Rwy 02 and tkf Rwy 20 due to obstructing 
trees on NE end. Rwy 02-20 safety area has hazardous depressions as close as 15' from pavement. Rwy 02 
rwy numbers are smaller than standard. Rwy 20 rwy numbers are smaller than standard. Rwy 02-20 NSTD LIRL; 
not FAA approved L-800 series. Thld Igts 13' from pavement. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 02-20 — CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

710 

WATERWAY 02-20: 2000X100 (WATER) 

WATERWAY 02: Trees. WATERWAY 20: Ground. 

SEAPLANE REMARKS: Rwy 02W-20W CLOSED indef due to low water levels. 



TWIN LAKES (8A7) 5 NE UTC-5(-4DT> N35-54.89' W80°27.41 
818 B S4 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1618(800) NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 09-27: H2943X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL 1.5% up E 

RWY 00: PAPI(P2R). Trees. RWY 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Zt. Fuel 24 hr self service with 
credit card. Deer/migratory birds occasionally on arpt. Rwy 09 18 
ft drop-off 150 ft from thld left and right of centerline. Rwy 09 
PAPI ops dusk-dawn. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® GREENSBORO APP/DEP CON 124.35 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GSO. 

GREENSBORO (H)VORTAC 116.2 GSO Chan 109 N36°02.74' 
W79°58.58' 255° 24.7 NM to fid. 879/03W. HIWAS. 



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MONROE 

CHARLOTTE-MONROE EXECUTIVE ( eqy> 5 nw utc- 5( -4dt) 

679 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X3,4 NOTAM FILE EQY 
RWY 05-23: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-25 D-38 HIRL 0.3% up SW 
RWY 05: MALSR. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. 
RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44. Road. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0300Z1;. For after hr svc, phone 
704-289-2615 or 704-320-6256. 24 hr self svc fuel, avbl for all 
fuel types with credit card. Deer, wildlife, and birds on and invof 
arpt. Unlighted construction crane located less than V4 mile 
southeast of Rwy 05-23. Arpt phone number 704-226-2300. 
ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 05-23, MALSR Rwy 05— CTAF. REIL Rwys 05 
and 23 opr dusk-0500Z4:. After 0500Zt, ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 135.775 (704) 283-5185. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 120.05 CLINC DEL 132.55 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLT. 

CHARLOTTE (L) VORW/DME 115.0 CLT Chan 97 N35°11.42' 

W80°57.11' 127° 19.3 NM to fid. 732/05W. HIWAS. 
FORT MILL (L)VORTAC 112.4 FML Chan 71 N34°59.35' 
W80°57.27' 086° 16.6 NM to fid. 645/02W. NOTAM FILE 
AND. SHUTDOWN. 
WESLEY NDB (MHW) 204 TWL N34°57.18' W80°42.31' 052° 

5.8 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE EQY. NDB unmonitored 2200-1300Z + . 
ILS 109.75 l-EQY Rwy 05. Class IA. LOC unmonitored 2200-1300Z4:. Coupled apch not authorized bio 
1120'. 




MONTGOMERY CO (see star) 



MOORE CO (See PINEHURST/SOUTHERN PINES) 



MOORESVILLE 

LAKE NORMAN AIRPARK (i4A) 

839 B S4 FUEL 100LL 
RWY 14-32: H3147X40 (ASPH) 



5 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°36.83' W80°53.97 
NOTAM FILE RDU 
S-8 MIRL 1.0% up SE 



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L-250, 3BE 



RWY 14: PVASI(PSIR)— GA 4.0° TCH 15'. Trees. Thld dsplcd 185'. 
RWY 32: PVASI(PSIR)— GA 4.0° TCH 5'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Zt. Dep Rwy 14 heading 160° 
to avoid school. Full acft maintenance avbl etc 704-662-6986. 
VFR operations only. Rwy 14 has uphill grade. Acft taxiing on 
grass in vicinity of residential airpark hanger access. Rwy 
numbers NSTD. Rwy 14 small numbers. Rwy 32 has 10' drop off 
5' fm left side of pavement and acft parked 200' fm end of Rwy 
100' right of centerline. Noise sensitive area. Avoid departures 
between 0400 and llOOZi:. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32— CTAF. 
PVASI opr dusk-dawn. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 134.75 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

CHARLOTTE (L) VORW/DME 115.0 CLT Chan 97 N35°11.42' 
W80°57.11' 11° 25.5 NM to fid. 732/05W. HIWAS. 



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NDB (MHW) 269 MRH at Michael J. Smith Fid. NDB unmonitored. 



CHARLOTTE 
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MORGANTON 



FOOTHILLS RGNL (mrn) 6 ne utc- 

1270 B S5 FUEL 100LL, JET Al 
RWV 03-21: H5500X75 (ASPH) D-60 



5(-4DT) N35°49.21' W81°36.68' 

OX 1, 4 NOTAM FILE MRN 
MIRL 0.7%upNE 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9B, 12G, L-25C 

ISP 



RWV 03: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 66'. 
RWV 21: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.5° TCH 50'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300Z:t-SS, Sun 1400Z:t-SS. 
After hrs fuel or svc call 828-757-0099. Glider activity dalgt hrs. 
Deer and coyote on and invof arpt. Rwy 03, 100' dropoff 330' 
from th Id and 80' both sides of centerline along first 1000' of rwy. 
Rwy 21, 30' dropoff 400' from thld both sides and 10' dropoff 50' 
from thld and 150' right of centerline. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21, 
REIL Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 and PAPI Rwy 03 and Rwy 21-CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 124.175 (828) 757-0788. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

BARRETTS MOUNTAIN (DVOR/DME 110.8 BZM Chan 

45 N35°52.13' W81°14.43' 257° 18.3 NM to fid. 
1880/06W. 
FIDDLERS NDB (MHW) 391 FIQ N35°42.61' W81°40.28' 
031° 7.2 NM to fid. NDB unusable byd 20 NM. NDB located 
41,900' from threshold Rwy 03 and 400' SE of extended 
centerline. 
ILS 111.1 l-MRN Rwy 03. Localizer only. 



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1249 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE MWK 
RWV 18-3B: H4301X75 (ASPH) S-10 MIRL 0.9% up N 
RWV 18: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 27'. Thld dsplcd 490'. Trees. 
RWV 36: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z:t-dark. After hr svc avbl/posted on 
door. CAUTION— Trees elevation 1235 ft located 150 ft S and 100 
ft E of threshold Rwy 36. Rwy 36-50 ft drop-off 300 ft from thld 
and 150 ft right and left of centerline. Rwy 18-36 opr 
dusk-0330Z:t; after 0330Zt- ACTIVATE— CTAF. ACTIVATE PAPI 
Rwys 18 and 36 and REIL Rwy 36 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 121.125 (336) 789-2299. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® GREENSBORO APP/DEP CON 124.35 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GSO. 

GREENSBORO (H)VORTAC 116.2 GSO Chan 109 N36°02.74' 

W79°58.58' 315° 37.4 NM to fid. 879/03W. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 223 AZW N36°22.86' W80°32.41' 360° 4.8 
NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MWK. Unmonitored 2300-1200ZJ;. 




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MT OLIVE MUNI (W40) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N35 13.35' W78°02.25 
168 B S4 FUEL 100LL OX 1,2 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 05-23: H4251X75 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. Thld dsplcd 254'. Crops. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300ZT-. CLOSED on major 

holidays, for svc after hrs call 252-234-7778. 24 hr self svc with 

credit card. -5' drainage ditch 100' left of centerline of Rwy 05. 

Low level military activity near arpt. For collision avoidance etc 

Seymour AFB 119.7. ACTIVATE and incr ints MIRL Rwy 05-23 and 

PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® SEYMOUR JOHNSON APP/DEP CON 119.7 (1200-0430Z:t) 

WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.5 (0430-1200Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ISO. 

KINSTON (L)VORTAC 109.6 ISO Chan 33 N35°22.26' 
W77-33.50' 254° 25.2 NM to fid. 106/05W. 




NEW BERN N35°04.39' W77°02.70' NOTAM FILE EWN. CHARLOTTE 

(DVOR/DME 113.6 EWN Chan 83 at Coastal Carolina Rgnl. 10/08W. L-35B 

VOR portion unusable 120°-160°. DME portion unusable 065°-330° byd 30 NM bio 3000'. 
RCO 122.4 122.2 (RALEIGH RADIO) RCO 122. 1R 113. 6T (RALEIGH RADIO) 

NEW BERN 

COASTAL CAROLINA RGNL (ewn) 3 se utc-5(-4dt) n35°04.38' W77°02.58 

18 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE EWN 
RWY 04-22: H6004X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-62, DT-140 HIRL 

RWY 04: REIL. PAPI(P4L). RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 

RWY 14-32: H4000X150 (ASPH) S-28, D-45 MIRL 

RWY 14: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

RWY 32: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1000-0430Z:t. CLOSED to unscheduled 

air carrier opr with more than 30 passenger seats except 24 hr 

PPR call arpt manager 252-638-8591. Rwy 14 PAPI OTS indef. 

ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 04-22, REIL Rwy 04 and Rwy 22, MIRL Rwy 

14-32 and REIL Rwy 14 and Rwy 32— CTAF. PAPI Rwys 04, 22, 14 

and 32 opr 24 hrs. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.525 (252) 514-2086. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.25 

RCO 122.4 122.2 (RALEIGH RADIO) 

RCO 122. 1R 113. 6T (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® CHERRY POINT APP/DEP CON 119.35 CLNC DEL 120.525 
(0300-llOOZt.) 

NEW BERN TOWER 124.25 (1100-0300Z:t) 
GND CON 121.7 CLNC DEL 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1100-0 300Z:t other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE EWN. 

NEW BERN (DVOR/DME 113.6 EWN Chan 83 N35°04.39' W77°02.70' 

KATFI NDB (LOM) 362 EW N35°01.29' W77°04.77' 038° 3.6 NM to fid 

ILS 110.5 l-EWN Rwy 04. LOM KATFI NDB. 

ASR (Mon-Fri 1100-0500Z:t, Sat 1300-2100Z:t, Sun 2000— 0400Z:t) 




at fid. 10/08W. 



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(NCA)(KNCA) MC 3S UTC-5(-4DT) 



-GA 3.0° TCH 37'. 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9C, L-35B 

DIAP, AD 



NEW RIVER MCAS (mccutcheon fld) 

N34-42.51' W77°26.38' 
26 B NOTAM FILE NCA Not insp. 

RWV 05-23: H5114X150 (ASPH) PCN 80 F/B/W/T HIRL 

RWV 05: SALSF. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47'. RWV 23: PAPI(P4L)- 

RWV 01-19: H 4790X150 (ASPH) PCN 80 F/B/W/T HIRL 

RWV 01: SALSF. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. RWV 19: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy 19 and Rwy 23 thld Igt vary from 1' to 15' from edge of the pavement. Non standard PCL 

all rwys. VHF 120.0 3 clicks step 1, 5 clicks step 3, 7 clicks off. Expect 20 seconds delay for Igt to activate. 

ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 01-19 and HIRL Rwy 05-23—120.0. FUEL J5 Fuel svc Mon-Fri 1300Zt- until 1 hr prior to 

fid closure, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays. 

TRAN ALERT PPR Mon-Thu 1300-0300Zt-, Fri 1300-OOOOZt-, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays. For acft remaining 

overnight etc host unit. No clsd fid authorized fortran acft. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Thu 1300-0600Zt-, Fri 1300-OOOOZt, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays. See FLIP AP/1 

Supplement Arpt Remarks. RSTD PPR all transient acft (minimum 24 hr in advance). Call Base Ops DSN 

752-6311/6316, C910-449-6311/6316. Twy A at mid-fid clsd to C-130 and larger acft. CAUTION Bird hazard 

Oct-Apr. Wildlife hazard on arpt, especially SS-SR. TFC PAT Tactical jets prohibited, non-vertical and short takeoff 

and landing only. NS ABTMT Touch and go not avbl after 0400ZT-. MISC All acft with passenger/cargo/Distinquished 

Visitor etc Base Ops 20 min prior to landing. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 288.325 (Unmonitored, avbl during opr hrs only) 
® CHERRY POINT APP/DEP CON 119.35 377.175 

TOWER 120.0 360.2 323.25 ARRIVAL 124.85 279.575 (Mon-Thu 1300-0600ZT-, Fri 1300-OOOOZt-, clsd Sat, 
Sun and holidays.) END CON 121.8 254.275 CLNC DEL 239.025 

PMSV METRO 244.775 (daily 1100-2200Zt-) Unmonitored after 2200Zt-. NEW RIVER OPS 253.3 
AIRSPACE: CLASS (Mon-Thu 1300-0600Z:t, Fri 1300-OOOOZt-, clsd Sat, Sun and holidays, other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

(L)TACAN Chan 101 NCA (115.4) N34°42.43' W77°26.42' at fid. 74/8W. Unmonitored and ident off 
when fid not opr. 

ILS/DME 111.1 l-NCA Rwy 01. GS unusable byd 4° left of course and 7° right of course. 

ASR/PAR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



NORTHEASTERN RGNL (see edentonj 



NORTH WILKESBORO 

WILKES CO (UKF) 4NE UTC-5(-4DT) N36°13.37' W81°05.90' 
1301 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X3,4 NOTAM FILE UKF 
RWV 01-19: H6200X100 (ASPH) S-45 MIRL 0.9% up N 

RWV 01: MALSR. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 44'. Trees. 

RWY 19: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 36'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dawn-dusk. Arpt unattended Thanksgiving 

and Christmas. PAEW east of Rwy 01-19 Mon-Fri SR-SS. Deer on 

and invof arpt. Rwy 01-19 no line of sight between rwy ends. 

MIRL Rwy 01-19 preset low ints; to increase ints and ACTIVATE 

MALSR Rwy 01; PAPI Rwy 01 and Rwy 19 and REIL Rwy 19 and twy 

Igts— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 126.625 (336) 696-3788. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

WILKSBORO RCO 122.4 (RALEIGH RADIO) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

BARRETTS MOUNTAIN (L) VOR/DME 110.8 BZM Chan 45 

N35°52.13' W81°14.43' 024°22.3 NM to fid. 1880/06W. 

WILKI NDB (MHW/LOM) 209 UKF N36°06.77' W81°05.89' 
006°6.6 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 111.55 l-UKF Chan 52(Y) Rwy 01. Class IB. LOM 
WILKI NDB. 



CINCINNATI 

H-9B, 12G, L-25D 

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5(-4DT) N33°55.78' W78°04.48 
NOTAM FILE SUT 
MIRL 



ASDA-4200 
ASDA-4300 



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LDA-4000 



OAK ISLAND 

BRUNSWICK CO <sut) i ne utc 

24 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 
RWY 05-23: H4301X100 (ASPH) S30 

RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. 

RWY 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Thld dsplcd 300'. Road 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY05: TORA-4000 TODA-4300 

RWY23: T0RA-4300 TODA-4300 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z+.. For svc after hrs call 

910-278-9896. Fuel avbl 24 hr. self svc with credit card. Deer 

and birds on and invof arpt. Flight training and sight-seeing ops 

invof arpt. Banner towing ops on arpt summer months. Skydiving 

ops. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 

on continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 124.175 (910) 457-1710. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® WILMINGTON APP/DEP CON 118.25 (1100-0400Z+.) 
® WASHINGTON ARTCC APP/DEP CON 124.025 (0400-1100Z+.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRE. 

GRAND STRAND (L)VORTAC 117.5 CRE Chan 123 N33°48.83' 
W78°43.47' 084° 33.2 NM to fid. 20/03W. 




(N83) 2 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N36°11.71' W80°00.32' 



OAK RIDGE 

DS BUTLER FARM AND AIRFIELD 

950 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 01-19: 2000X60 (TURF) 

RWY 01: Trees. RWY 19: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Due to sloping rwys-tkfs Rwy 19 and Idgs Rwy 01. 70' trees along both sides of rwy 

70' from centerline. Helicopter activity .5 NM west of Rwy 01-19 centerline. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



UTC-5(-4DT) N33°54.51' W78°26.20' 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35A 



RWY 24: PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.45° TCH 35'. Thld dsplcd 200'. 



OCEAN ISLE BEACH 

ODELL WILLIAMSON MUNI (G0j) in 

32 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWY 06-24: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWY 06: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 42'. Tree. 

Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended May-Sep 1300-2200Z+., Oct-Apr Sat-Sun 1400-2200Z+. Mon-Fri on call 

910-309-2983. 24 hr self svc fuel with credit card. 24 hr pilot lounge. Parallel twy beyond ramp is closed 

06 has 48' marked transistional powerline +/- 100' from threshold. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 06-24 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRE. 

GRAND STRAND (L)VORTAC 117.6 CRE Chan 123 N33°48.83' W78°43.47' 071° 15.5 NM to fid. 20/03W 



Rwy 



N35°06.07' W75°57.96' 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35C 

IAP 



OCRACOKE ISLAND (W95) ie utc-5(-4dt) 

5 B TPA— 805(800) NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWY 06-24: H2999X60 (ASPH) S-30 
RWY 06: Brush. RWY 24: Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED 30 minutes after SS until 30 minutes before SR. Ngt tkf prohibited. 
Flocks of seagulls on and near rwy around standing water after heavy rains. Rwy subject to flooding after heavy 
rain. High speed low level military opr invof arpt. Rwy safety area is loose sand, not suitable for acft. +20 ft 
sand dune 300 ft NE Rwy 24 thld on centerline. Arpt is within Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Maintain 2000 
ft vertical and horizontal distance from seashore beaches. Key code access to pilot lounge. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

CHERRY POINT APP/DEP CON 119.75 (North) 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE EWN. 

NEW 6ERN (DVOR/DME 113.6 EWN Chan 83 N35°04.39' W77°02.70' 096° 53.2 NM to fid. 10/08W. 



HELIPAD HI: H100X100 (CONC) PERIMETER LGTS. 
HELIPORT REMARKS: Helipad for emergency operations only. HI best ap 
Helipad perimeter lights only — CTAF. 



iroach from NE 10:1 or SW 10:1 ACTIVATE 



ODELL WILLIAMSON MUNI (see ocean isle beach) 



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OXFORD 



HENDERSON-OXFORD (hnzj 4 ne utc-5(-4dt) N36 o 2i.70' wzs 

526 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAMFILEHNZ 

RWV 06-24: H5002X97 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.4% up SW 
RWV 06: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.3° TCH 26'. Trees. 
RWV 24: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.45° TCH 33'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t, CLOSED Thanksgiving and 
Christmas days. Arpt phone number is 919-693-5769; for after 
hours svc call 919-603-0499. Rwy 24 has 30' unmarked p-line 
1000' from thld on centerline. Rwy 24 has 60' drop off 325' from 
thld and 90' left and right from centerline. Rwy 06 200' from thld 
on both sides of centerline 6' drop off. Trees east of the arpt 
obscure the rotating ben. MIRL Rwy 06-24 ops dusk-0400Z:t; 
after 0400Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 06, PAPI Rwy 
06 and Rwy 24— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.625 (919) 693-9516. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® RALEI6H APP/DEP CON 132.35 6C0 135.075 (RALEIGH APP) 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DCA. 

SOOTH 60ST0N (L)VORTAC 110.4 SBV Chan 41 N36°40.50' 

W79°00.87' 134° 30.1 NM to fid. 530/05W. 
HUNTSBORONDB (MHW)271 HXO N36°18.03' 

W78°37.12' 057° 5.7 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE RDU. 
ILS 109.75 l-HNZ Rwy 06. LOC only. 



WASHINGTON 

H-9C, 12H, L-36G 

IAP 




PENDY N34°42.98' W78°00.22' NOTAM FILE RDU. 
NDB (MHW) 379 ACZ at Henderson Fid. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35B 



PERSON CO (See ROXBORO) 



PIEDMONT TRIAD INTL (see greensboro) 



PINEHURST/SOUTHERN PINES 



MOORE CO (SOP) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N35°14.26' W79°23.33' 

455 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 Class IV, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE SOP 
RWV 05-23: H5503X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30 D-58. HIRL 0.4% up SW 

RWV 05: MALS. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 48'. 

RWV 23: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100ZJ;. After OOOOZt- etc phone 

number posted on General Aviation entry way. Bird activity on and 

invof arpt Apr-Oct. PPR for unscheduled air carrier ops with more 

than 30 passenger seats; call arpt manager 910-692-3212. 12 

hr PPR for jet ops conducted 0400-1100Z}., etc airport manager 

910-692-3212. Noise abatement procedures in effect except in 

emergencies. Avoid overfly of residential area NE of arpt. 

Multiengine acft departing rwy 05 or 23 maintain heading until 

reaching 1500' MSL before turning. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 05-23, 

REIL Rwy 23 and twy Igts— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 127.575 (910) 692-4287. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® FAVETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 127.8 CLNC DEL 127.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SANDHILLS (L)VORTAC 111.8 SDZ Chan 55 N35°12.93' 
W79°35.28' 085° 9.9 NM to fid. 590/03W. 

ILS 111.5 l-SOP Rwy 05. Class IB. Loc unmonitored 
0100-1300Z}.. Localizer unusable byd 30° left of centerline. 



CHARLOTTE 

, 126, L-35A, 36F 

IAP 




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PINK HILL (4W9) IE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°03.04' W77°44.17' CHARLOTTE 

144 B NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWY 01-19: 2800X85 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 01: Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. RWY 19: Thld dsplcd 200'. Fence. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Sheep on and invof arpt. No line of sight between rwy ends. Arpt is under several 
military low level routes. Jet acft cross arpt under 500 feet in excess of 200 knots. +5' grape vineyards 50' left 
and right of centerline first half of Rwy 19. 65' trees 50' from rwy edges both sides south half of rwy. 40' trees 
50' from E edge N half of rwy. Rwy 01-19 marked with yellow cones, dsplcd thlds marked with 3 cones each 
side rwy. Rwy 01-19 NSTD LIRL; not FAA approved L-800 series. No thld Igts. LIRL Rwy 01-19 OTS indef. 
ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 01-19 and rotating ben— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 



PITT-GREENVILLE (See greenvillej 



PK AIRPARK (See RAEFORD) 



PLYMOUTH 



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-4DT) N35°44.01' W76°40.18' 
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CHARLOTTE 



DONALD'S AIR PARK INC rjNC) a se utc- 

18 S5 FUEL JET A1+ NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 04-22: 4000X100 (TURF) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 04: Trees. RWY 22: Thld dsplcd 800'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200ZJ;, Sun 1800-2200Z:t. Heavy agricultural acft ops Mar-Nov. A and 

P avbl. Rwy 22 has marked pline at thld. Rwy 04-22 NSTD LIRL due to spacing of rwy Igts. ACTIVATE NSTD LIRL 

Rwy 04-22 call 252-809-9010. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



PLYMOUTH MUNI (PMZ) 2S UTC-5(-4DT) N35 48.65' W76-45.50 

39 B FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWY 03-21: H5500X75 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 

RWY 03: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 
RWY 21: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200ZJ;. For fuel after hrs call 

252-793-9801. Deer activity invof arpt. Arpt located 4.3 NM W of 
military restricted area. Safety problem due to fast military acft 
crossing arpt below 3000' MSL enroute to restricted area. 
Crossings are unannounced. There are 17 based acft located 
adjacent to the arpt with twy access to ramp. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
03-21, REIL Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 and PAPI Rwy 03 and PAPI Rwy 
21— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.5 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

COFIELD (L)VORTAC 114.5 CVI Chan 93 N36°22.37' 
W76-52.29' 180° 34.1 NM to fid. 70/09W. 




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POPEAFB (POB)(KPOB) AF 12 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°10.25' W79°00.87' CHARLOTTE 

217 B TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index Ltd. NOTAM FILE POB Not insp. H-9C, 12G, L-36F 

RWY 05-23: H7501X150 (PEM-GRVD) PCN 58 F/B/W/T HIRL 0.4% up SW DIAP, AD 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI. RWY 23: ALSF1. PAPI. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 049-229: H3000X60 (ASPH) PCN 27 F/A/W/T LIRL 

RWY 049: Rgt tfc. 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT HIRL located 16' from rwy edge. JASU (A/M32A-86) 1(MA-1A) FUEL J8 
FLUID SP LPOX LOX OIL 0-128— In can only, -133-148. 

MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remark. RSTD Phase II BASH 1 Sep-30 Nov due to increased 
migratory bird activity. Peak activity occurs 1 hr of SR and SS. Circle apch to Rwy 05 not authorized for formation 
during IMC. 24 hr PPR etc AMOPS DSN 424-6508/09/10. All inbound acft with VIP etc Comd Post 30 min out. 
Ctc Pope AMOPS with 3 hrs notice for CSTMS and AG. PPR except Distinguished Visitor acft DSN 
424-6508/09/10. PPR for AMC/explosive loaded acft DSN 424-7388, during normal duty hr, 24 hr prior notice 
required. Category E apch minimum unavbl due R5311 located 2.5 NM dep end Rwy 23. Twy leading to Golden 
Knights Ramp clsd to USAF C130 and larger acft due to twy width less than 75'. AMC/AFRC acft opr restricted 
during Bird Watch Condition Moderate (tkf or Idg permission only when dep and arr route avoid identified bird 
activity. No local IFR/VFR tfc pat activity) and Severe (tkf and Idg prohibited without OG/CC approval), ctc 
AMOPS for current Bird Watch Condition code. Expect full stop Idg during intense training periods. Parking spot 
P-13 clsd except for contingency opr. CAUTION Dense air tfc all quad, all alt. ILS glide slope antenna 30' high, 
1111' from apch end and 400' left of centerline Rwy 23. Frequent Low-Level Wind Shear sfc — 2000', 
0800-1300Z:L-. Rwy 23 dep and Rwy 05 arr, avoid R5311, 2.5 NM west of Pope. Ctc Pope Twr for turns thru 
Sector IV. Twr 417' located 5780' bearing 205° from dep end Rwy 23/apch end Rwy 05. Hill 313 located 1297' 
bearing 170° from dep end Rwy 23/apch end Rwy 05. Twr 430' located 6878' bearing 220° from dep end Rwy 
23/apch end Rwy 05. Acft should exercise extreme caution when taxiing on the Green and Yellow Ramps due to 
wing tip cine. Uncontrolled vehicles on twy and ramps. Afld Igtg intermittent between SS and SR due to local ngt 
vision device training, non-participating acft ctc control twr incr Igtg. TFC PAT TPA — Overhead 2000(1783), Rwy 
23 enter 3 NM initial, rgt break. No overhead Rwy 05. Portion of overhead not visible from twr. Rectangular 
1500(1283). Rwy 05 left tfc. Dep maintain 1500' or bio until dep end of rwy. CSTMS/AG/IMG CSTMS, AG avbl, 3 hr 
prior notice rqr. MISC AMOPS DSN 424-6508/09/10, Afld mgr DSN 424-4546/6508, C910-394-6508/4546, 
fax extension 6516/6520. All acft opr on AMC mission, include JA/ATT will coordination rqr/park with 43 
AW/OSO DSN 424-7388 fax extension 7380. All inbound acft opr on AMC mission and all acft requiring IMT 
packages ctc Pope Comd Post. First 1000' Rwy 23 and first 300' Rwy 05 are concrete. Mid 6200' asphalt. 
1000' keeled overrun, either end, may be used to begin tkf and for Idg rollout. Ctc ctl twr with intention to back 
taxi. When back taxiing, turning radius is located at end of sfc. See US Terminal Low lAPs, Airport Diagram. 
Engine runs will normally be conducted on Twy A and Twy M run-up areas. Romeo row will not be used for engine 
runs above idle speed. 60 day notice required for utilization of Pope AFB ramps for exercises. Ctc Pope AFB 
Enroute Ops, DSN 424-7388 for coordination and scheduling. Rwy 05-23 grooved. All inbound acft ctc twr on 
UHF. Rwy distance marker not avbl east side of rwy. Standard USAF RSRS applied except C-130 5000' during 
daytime. Request for concurrent servicing should be made to Pope Comd Post and approval is dependent upon 
mission need, station workload, and Crash/Fire/Rescue avbl. All acft carrying explosive cargo are rqr to pass 
the explosive class and the net explosive wt (NEW) to Pope Comd Post at inbound call. Inbound/outbound acft 
requiring IMT packages, ctc Pope Comd Post. Assault Strip panels are all international orange in color. All acft 
with non-aircrew passenger, ctc ATOC DSN 424-7303 upon arr and prior to dep. All acft rqr CSTMS and carrying 
personnel to include crew members that are not US mil (US mil defined as active duty, reserves or guard on 
active duty) must ctc Pope Comd Post at DSN 424-9000 or C(910) 394-9000 no later than five hrs prior to 
arrival to assure non-US cstms agent is in place upon arrival and excessive delays are avoided. This action is 
rqr despite prearrangements made with cstms officials. No COMSEC material avbl. Tran aircrews should plan to 
arrive with appropriate amount of COMSEC to complete entire mission. Storage avbl at airfield mgt up to and 
including Secret. All Tran aircrews shall store Top Secret material with 43 OSS/IN during duty hours. After 
normal duty hours, coordinate with Wing Command Post for proper storage of Top Secret material. Primary wx 
sensors automated. During periods of back-up/manual prevailing visibility may not be representative of entire 
afld due to obstacle from observation point. Observation point obstacle 330°-090°. 

COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 132.3 353.725 PTD 372.2 
® FAYETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 125.175 397.85 {271°-090°) 133.0 295.0 (091°-270°) 
TOWER 135.025 291.1 236. 6X GND CON 124.55 275.8 CLNC DEL 275.8 
POPE COMD POST 134. IX 257.1 381.3 PMSV METRO 344.6 Automated AN/FMQ-19 in use. Opr Mon-Thu 

1000-0300Z:t, Fri 1000-2200ZJ: or end of local flying. Wx briefing DSN 424-6543/44. Full sve avbl 26 ows 
Barksdale AFB DSN 781-4775, C318-456-4775. 

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AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc etc APP CON 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE POB. 

(L)TACAN Chan 85 POB (113.8) N35°10.11' W79°01.18' 
1300-1600ZJ:. 
TACAN azimuth unusable: 
byd 30 NM bio 4,000' 
136°-151° 
186°-191° 
NDD (HW) 338 POB N35°13.61' W78°57.26' 228° 4.5 NM to fid. No NOTAM MP Fri 1300-1400ZJ:. 
ILS 110.9 l-POB Rwy 23. No NOTAM MP localizer Mon 1300-1600Z4:, glide slope Tue 1300-1600Z4:. 

ATC protects FAA-defined ILS critical zone. 
MLS Y Chan 522 M-PPN Rwy 23. No NOTAM MP Fri 1300-1600Z:t. Unusable 268°-188° byd 15 NM 

and 268°-188° bio 1.8°. 



at fid. 240/7W. No NOTAM MP Thu 



331°-339 ° byd 17 NM 
340°-358° byd 17 NM bio 4,000' 



POTTERS HILL 

EAGLES NEST (6N9) SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°58.93' W77*41.90' CHARLO 

115 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 13-31: 1850X75 (TURF) 

RWY 13: Trees. RWY 31: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. VFR only. Rwy 13 +6' bushes 10' from thld on centerline. Rwy 13-31 marked with 

yellow cones. Arpt is under several military VR routes. Jet acft cross arpt under 500' in excess of 200 knots. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



RAEFORD 



PK AIRPARK (5W4) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°01.19' W79°11.46 
304 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 04-22: H3402X60 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.4% up NE 

RWY 04: Trees. RWY 22: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300ZJ:-dusk. CAUTION —Low flying 

military acft in area; arpt located within a military ops area. 

Frequent parachute activity to target 300 ft SE of terminal apron. 

Acft in vicinity monitor 123.5. Monitor frequency 123.5 for 

parachute jumping activity. Fly 1 mile wide down wind leg to 

prevent conflicts with parachute jumping activity (Drop Zone SE 

from rwy.) Contact FSS prior to landing. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® FAYETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 127.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FAY. 

FAYETTEVILLE (L) VOR/DME 108.8 FAY Chan 25 N34°59.13' 
W78°52.50' 282° 15.7 NM to fid. 179/04W. 




RALEIGH 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35B, 3BF 



TRIPLE W (5W5) 11 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°37.22' W78°42.02' 

244 B S4 NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWY 16-34: H3004X40 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 
RWY 16: Trees. RWY 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Rwy 16-34 PAEW parallel twy. All acft over 6500 lbs. prohibited. Twr (500 
AGL/826'MSL) approximately 1.75 NM NW of arpt. Be alert for rising terrain all quadrants. Rwy 16-34 has 4' 
dropoff 20' from pavement edge all sides. Twy not Igtd. 4 foot dropoff taxiway edge both sides — S end. Rwy 
16-34 NSTD LIRL Igts 15 ft from edge of rwy; Rwy 16 thld Igts 150' from thld, Rwy 34 thld Igts 460' from thld 
ACTIVATE LIRL— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

RALEIGH/DURHAM (H)VORTACW 117.2 RDU Chan 119 N35°52.35' W78°47.00' 169° 15.6 NM to fid. 
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AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc etc APP CON 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE POB. 

(L)TACAN Chan 85 POB (113.8) N35°10.11' W79°01.18' 
1300-1600ZJ:. 
TACAN azimuth unusable: 
byd 30 NM bio 4,000' 
136°-151° 
186°-191° 
NDD (HW) 338 POB N35°13.61' W78°57.26' 228° 4.5 NM to fid. No NOTAM MP Fri 1300-1400ZJ:. 
ILS 110.9 l-POB Rwy 23. No NOTAM MP localizer Mon 1300-1600Z4:, glide slope Tue 1300-1600Z4:. 

ATC protects FAA-defined ILS critical zone. 
MLS Y Chan 522 M-PPN Rwy 23. No NOTAM MP Fri 1300-1600Z:t. Unusable 268°-188° byd 15 NM 

and 268°-188° bio 1.8°. 



at fid. 240/7W. No NOTAM MP Thu 



331°-339 ° byd 17 NM 
340°-358° byd 17 NM bio 4,000' 



POTTERS HILL 

EAGLES NEST (6N9) SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°58.93' W77*41.90' CHARLO 

115 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 13-31: 1850X75 (TURF) 

RWY 13: Trees. RWY 31: Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. VFR only. Rwy 13 +6' bushes 10' from thld on centerline. Rwy 13-31 marked with 

yellow cones. Arpt is under several military VR routes. Jet acft cross arpt under 500' in excess of 200 knots. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



RAEFORD 



PK AIRPARK (5W4) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°01.19' W79°11.46 
304 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 04-22: H3402X60 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.4% up NE 

RWY 04: Trees. RWY 22: Trees. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300ZJ:-dusk. CAUTION —Low flying 

military acft in area; arpt located within a military ops area. 

Frequent parachute activity to target 300 ft SE of terminal apron. 

Acft in vicinity monitor 123.5. Monitor frequency 123.5 for 

parachute jumping activity. Fly 1 mile wide down wind leg to 

prevent conflicts with parachute jumping activity (Drop Zone SE 

from rwy.) Contact FSS prior to landing. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® FAYETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 127.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FAY. 

FAYETTEVILLE (L) VOR/DME 108.8 FAY Chan 25 N34°59.13' 
W78°52.50' 282° 15.7 NM to fid. 179/04W. 




RALEIGH 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35B, 3BF 



TRIPLE W (5W5) 11 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°37.22' W78°42.02' 

244 B S4 NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWY 16-34: H3004X40 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 
RWY 16: Trees. RWY 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Rwy 16-34 PAEW parallel twy. All acft over 6500 lbs. prohibited. Twr (500 
AGL/826'MSL) approximately 1.75 NM NW of arpt. Be alert for rising terrain all quadrants. Rwy 16-34 has 4' 
dropoff 20' from pavement edge all sides. Twy not Igtd. 4 foot dropoff taxiway edge both sides — S end. Rwy 
16-34 NSTD LIRL Igts 15 ft from edge of rwy; Rwy 16 thld Igts 150' from thld, Rwy 34 thld Igts 460' from thld 
ACTIVATE LIRL— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

RALEIGH/DURHAM (H)VORTACW 117.2 RDU Chan 119 N35°52.35' W78°47.00' 169° 15.6 NM to fid. 
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RALEIGH-DURHAM INTL (RDU) 9 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°52.66' W78°47.25' charlotte 

435 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2 LRA Class I, ARFF Index D H-9C, 12H, L-36F 

NOTAM FILE RDU IAP, AD 

RWV 05L-23R: H10000X150 (CONC-WC) S-30, D-190, ST-175, 

DT-355, DDT-750 HIRL CL 

RWV 05L: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 72'. 0.6% up. 

RWV 23R: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 68'. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 05R-23L: H7500X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-30, D-176, ST-175, 

DT-335, DDT-750 HIRL CL 0.4%upNE 

RWV 05R: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 23L: MALSR. TDZL VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 
RWV 14-32: H3570X100 (ASPH) S-12, MIRL 

RWV 32: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.5° TCH 29'. Trees. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 05L: TORA-10000 T0DA-10000 ASDA-10000 LDA-10000 

RWV 05R: TORA-7500 T0DA-7500 ASDA-7500 LDA-7500 

RWV23L: T0RA-7500 TODA-7500 ASDA-7500 LDA-7500 

RWV 23R: TORA-10000 TODA-10000 ASDA-10000 LDA-10000 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Arpt CLOSED to airships. 

Four engine acft with wingspan over 171' and group V must use 

Rwy 05L-23R. Rwy 05L-23R southwest 3000' ungrooved and 

northeast 3000' ungrooved. Crane 75' AGL .76 NM from AER 

05R. PPR for all military acft and unscheduled charter flights with 30 or more passengers. Military practice 

approaches require approval 24 hours prior notice required. Contact arpt ops. Rwy 05R touchdown and rollout 

rwy visual range avbl. Rwy 23L touchdown and rollout rwy visual range avbl. Touchdown rwy visual range and rwy 

visibility value available Rwy 23L. Twy F between Twy Tl and T4 clsd to acft with wingspan greater than 135'. No 

jet engine maintenance runs between 0500-1100Z:t. National Guard 24 hr PPR for jet acft and transit military 

acft — 919-840-2111. No approval required for pushback at terminal gates unless acft rqrs use of twy. Ctc ATC 

prior to pushing onto twy. Twy E behind south Cargo 4 and Twy J behind corporate hangars not visible from twr. 

Visibility of ben shielded to the North. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (919) 840-0816. LLWAS. TDWR. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 123.8 UNICOM 122.95 

RALEIGH FSS (RDU) on arpt. 

RCO 122.65 122.45 122.2 (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® APP CON 128.3 (230°-024°) 124.95 (025°-229°) 
® DEP CON 132.35 (230°-024°) 125.3 (025°-229°) 

TOWER 119.3 (West) Rwy 05L-23R 127.45 (East) Rwy 05R-23L and Rwy 14-32 

GND CON 121.9 (East) Rwy 05R-23L and Rwy 14-32 121.7 (West) Rwy 05L-23R CLNC DEL 120.1 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve continuous ctc APP CON 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

(H)VORTACW 117.2 RDU Chan 119 N35°52.35' W78°47.00' at fid. 429/04W. 

LEEVV NDB (HW/LOM) 350 LE N35°55.63' W78°43.32' 234° 4.4 NM to fid. 

GREON NDB (LOM) 382 RD N35°47.82' W78°52.98' 051° 6.7 NM to fid. Unmonitored. 

ILS/DME 109.1 l-GKK Chan 28 Rwy 05L. Class IA. 

ILS 109.5 l-RDU Rwy 05R. Class IE. LOM GREON NDB. LOM unmonitored. 

ILS 108.5 l-LEI Rwy 23L. Class IA. LOM LEEVY NDB. LOC unusable within 2.0 NM from thld. 

ILS/DME 111.7 l-DMP Chan 54 Rwy 23R. Class HE. Inner Marker unmonitored. LOC unusable byd 20° 
right of course. 



RAPIDS N36°26.46' W77°42.50' NOTAM FILE RZZ. 
NDB(MHW)407 RZZ at Halifax Co. 



WASHINGTON 
L-35C, 36G 



REENO N36°04.26' W80°10.01' NOTAM FILE INT. 

NDB (LOM) 317 IN 332° 4.6 NM to Smith-Reynolds. (Unmonitored when tower closed). 



CINCINNATI 
L-25D, 36F 



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ROCKINGHAM CO NCSHILOH (sifj s nw utc-5(-4dt) n36°26.23- w79°5i.oe 

694 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X2,3 NOTAM FILE SIF 
RWY 13-31: H5199X100 (ASPH) S-12.5, D-24 MIRL 0.5% up NW 

RWY 13: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 42'. Thld dsplcd 200'. Ground. 

RWY 31: REIL. PAPI{P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 41'. Ground. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Zt. Arpt unattended 

Christmas, New Years and Thanksgiving Day. Fuel avbl 24 hrs self 

svc. Deer on and invof arpt. 120 ft trees 1800 ft from Rwy 13 

thld. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 13-31; PAPI Rwy 31 and REIL Rwy 

31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.775 (336) 573-3677. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® 6REENSB0R0 APP/DEP CON 124.35 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GSO. 

OREENSBORO (H)VORTAC 116.2 GSO Chan 109 N36°02.74' 
W79°58.58' 018° 24.2 NM to fid. 879/03W. HIWAS. 

SLAMMER NDB (MHW) 423 SIF N36°22.90' W79°45.77' 315° 
5.4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE RDU. 



CINCINNATI 

H-9B, 12G, L-26J, 3BF 

IAP 




WARF (6A5) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) 
820 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 17-35: 2550X150 (CONC-TURF) S- 



N36°19.01' W79°42.49' 



LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer on and invof arpt. For LIRL Rwy 17-35 call 336-349-2195. Rwy 17-35 NSTD 

LIRL, no thld lights on north end. Only south 2375' of rwy lighted. Most edge lights OTS indef. Rwy 17-35 

concrete portion 900X18 at North end. Rwy 35 has uphill grade. Rwy 35 has more than 50' dropoff/downslope 

35' from thld both sides. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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H-9C, 12H, L-35C, 36G 

IAP 



HALIFAX-NORTHAMPTON RGNL <ixa) ss utc-5(-4dt) N36°i9.79' w77-3s.11 

145 B FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 02-20: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-45, D65 HIRL 

RWV 02: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Trees. 

RWV 20: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Z4:, Sun 

1700-2200Z4;. 24 hrs self svc with credit card. For svc after hrs 

contact 252-673-2793. CLOSED New Years Day, Easter, Jul 4th 

Thanksgiving, Christmas. Birds on and invof arpt. PAEW on and 

invof arpt for parallel twy construction. 24 hrs access to pilots 

lounge, etc 252-673-2793 for code. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 02-20 

and PAPI Rwy 02 and Rwy 20, REIL Rwy 02 and Rwy 20 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.975 (252)583-3446. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 

WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.02 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

TAR RIVER (L)VORTAC 117.8 TYI Chan 125 N35°58.61' 
W77°42.23' 014° 21.4 NM to fid. 70/50W. 



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NDB (MHW) 359 RSY at Lumberton Muni. NDB unmonitored 0100-1300Zt Mon- 
Fri-Sat, 0000-1300ZJ; Sun-Mon. 



CHARLOTTE 
-1500Z* L-24J, 35A, 36E 



ROCKINGHAM 

RICHMOND CO (RCZ) 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N34°53.48' W79°45.58 
358 B FUEL 100LL, A1+ NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 13-31: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWV 13: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.15° TCH 34. Road. 

RWV 31: REIL. PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.15° TCH 26'. Thld dsplcd 200'. 

Railroad. 
RWV 04-22: 3009X500 (TURF) 

RWV 04: Trees. RWV 22: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1230-2230ZJ;. For arpt 

attendant ngts and Sun call 910-895-6691. 100LL 24hrself-svc 

with credit card. Rwy 04-22 CLOSED to all turbine engine acft. 

Rwy 13 inadequate safety area 60 ft drop off 125 ft from thld both 

sides. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 13-31 and PAPI Rwys 13 and 31 and 

REIL Rwy 31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.775 (910) 997-4093. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® FAVETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 127.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SANDHILLS (L)VORTAC 111.8 SDZ Chan 55 N35°12.93' 
W79°35.28' 207° 21.2 NM to fid. 590/03W. 

ROSCOE NDB (MHW) 375 RCZ N34°51.16' W79°41.62' 312° 
4.0 NM to fid. 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9C, 12G, L-25E, 35A, 36E 

IAP 




ROCKINGHAM CO HELIPORT (see eden) 



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ROCKY MOUNT-WILSON RGNL (rwij 7 sw utc- 5( -4dt) nss 

159 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1 Class IV, ARFF Index A 
RWY 04-22: H7100X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-62, D-75, ST-95, DT-140 

RWY04: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 56'. 

RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 45'. Trees. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 04: TORA-7100 TODA-7100 ASDA-7100 LDA-7100 

RWY 22: TORA-7100 TODA-7100 ASDA-6900 LDA-6900 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1100-0300Zt, Sat-Sun 

1200-0300Zi;. CLOSED to air carrier opr with more than 30 

passenger seats except with 24 hr PPR call arpt manager 

252-446-7057. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 04-22; MALSR Rwy 04; and 

REIL Rwy 22— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.875 (252) 446-0732. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 

RCO 122.2 (RALEIGH RADIO) RCO 122.3 (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 118.475 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc 1300-2300Z:t. other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

TAR RIVER (L)VORTAC 117.8 TYI Chan 125 N35°58.61' 
W77°42.23' 237° 11.7 NM to fid. 70/05W. 

ILS 108.3 l-RWI Rwy 04 Class IA. ILS unmonitored. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Cine del provided by RALEIGH AFSS on frequ 



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NOB (MHW) 375 RCZ 312° 4.0 NM to Richmond Co. 


CHARLOTTE 
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ROVDY N35°43.99' W80°29.37' NOTAM FILE RUQ. 
NDB (MHW/LOM) 275 RU 202° 5.4 NM to Rowan Co. 


CHARLOTTE 
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ROWAN CO (See SALISBURY) 



ROXBORO 



PERSON CO (TDF) 6S UTC-5(-4DT) N36°17.08' W78°59.08' 
609 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE TDF 
RWY 06-24: H6005X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY OB: REIL. PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 43'. Thld dsplcd 304'. 
Trees. 

RWY 24: REIL. PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Zt. For svc after hrs call 
336-504-3441 or 919-423-3554. Deer and birds on and invof 
arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 06-24, REIL Rwy 06 and Rwy 24, and 
PAPI Rwy 06 and Rwy 24— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 126.725 (336) 364-1651. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® RALEIGH APP/DEP CON 132.35 
GCO 119.7 (RALEIGH CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DCA. 

SOUTH BOSTON (L)VORTAC 110.4 SBV Chan 41 N36°40.50' 

W79°00.87' 181° 23.4 NM to fid. 530/05W. 
NDB (MHW/LOM) 220 HUR N36°14.00' W79°03.95' 060° 5.0 

NM to fid. NOTAM FILE TDF. 
ILS/DME 108.7 l-TDF Chan 24 Rwy 06. Class IB. LOM 
PERSON NDB. LOM unmonitored. ILS/DME unmonitored. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: AWOS-3 visibility information unreliable. 



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1077 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X1,3 

RWV 01-19: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 



UTC-5(-4DT) N35°25.69' W81°56.11' 

NOTAM FILE FQD 
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RWV 01: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 29'. Trees. 

RWV 19: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 20'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2300Z:t, Sat 

1400-2200Z:t, and Sun 1800-2200Z:t. For svc after hrs call 

828-287-0800. Deer invof arpt. 100' dropoff 230' from thld Rwy 

01. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 01-19 and REIL Rwy 01— CTAF after 

0300Z:t. PAPI Rwy 01 and Rwy 19 on 24 hrs. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.275 (828) 287-6498. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® BREER APP/DEP CON 119.4 (1100-0445Z:t) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 119.575 (0445-llOOZfl 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

SPARTANBURG (H)VORTAC 115.7 SPA Chan 104 N35°02.02' 
W81°55.62' 001° 23.6 NM to fid. 910/02W. 

NDB (MHW) 344 RFE N35°20.94' W81°57.17' 015° 4.8 NM 
to fid. NOTAM FILE FQD. 

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ROWAN CO (RUQ) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°38.75' W80°31.22 
772 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al + 0X4 NOTAM FILE RUQ 
RWV 02-29: H5501X100 (ASPH) S-16 MIRL 

RWV 02: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Trees. 

RWV 20: MALSR. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Zt. 24 hr self-service avbl for 

100LL with credit card. Tran mil fuel. Lgtd park, ramp clsd to all 

tfc except military acft with PPR. Operational Mon-Fri 

1200-2030Z:t exc holidays. MIRL Rwy 02-20 preset low ints; to 

increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 02 and Rwy 20; PAPI Rwy 

02 and Rwy 20 and MALSR Rwy 20— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.175 (704) 637-6197. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 128.32 CHARLOTTE CLNC DEL 127.35 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLT. 

CHARLOTTE (L) VORW/DME 115.0 CLT Chan 97 N35°11.42' 
W80°57.11' 043° 34.5 NM to fid. 733/05W. HIWAS. 

ROVDV NDB (MHW/L0M)275 RU N35°43.99' W80°29.37' 202° 
5.4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE RUQ. 

ILS 109.95 l-RUQ Rwy 20. Class IB. LOM ROVDY NDB. 
GS unusable byd 4° right of course and byd 7° left of course. 



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SANDHILLS N35°12.93' W79°35.28' NOTAM FILE RDU. CHARLOTTE 

(L)VORTAC 111.8 SDZ Chan 55 207° 21.2 NM to Richmond Co. 590/03W. H-9C, L-25E, 35A, 36F 

VOR portion unusable: 

026°-074° byd 10 NM bio 5,000'; 180°-264° bio 8000' 

075°-143° 301°-019° byd 10 NM bio 10,000' 

144°-154° bio 60'. 
144°-154° byd 23 NM 
155°-179° bio 5,000'. 
RCO 122. 1R 111.8T (RALEIGH RADIO) 



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278 NORTH CAROLINA 



SANFORD— LEE CO RGNL (TTA) 7 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°35.03' W79°06.05' charlotte 

246 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ 0X3 NOTAM FILE TTA H-9C, 126, L-3BF 

RWY 03-21: H6500X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-80 HIRL 0.3% up SW IAP 

RWY 03: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 

RWY 21: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0000Z:t. Forsvc after hrs call 919-770-5945. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 03-21, MALSR 

Rwy 03 and REIL Rwy 21 — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 03 and Rwy 21 on continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.625 (919) 708-5382. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 
® RALEIGH APP/DEP CON 125.3 

GCO 135.075 (RALEIGH CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SANDHILLS (L)VORTAC 111.8 SDZ Chan 55 N35°12.93' W79°35.28' 050° 32.5 NM to fid. 590/03W. 

LEECO NDB (MHW/LOM) 406 TT N35°29.84' W79°08.40' 028° 5.5 NM to fid. 

ILS/DME 110.75 l-TTA Chan 44(Y) Rwy 03. LOM LEECO NDB. 



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NORTH CAROLINA 279 



SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB (GSBKKGSB) AF 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°20.36' W77°57.64 charlotte 

109 B TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE RDU Not insp. H-9C, 12H, L-35B, 36F 

RWV 08-26: H11760X300 (CONC-GRVD) PCN 56 R/C/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWV 08: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. RWY 26: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). Rgt tfc. 0.3% down 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 08: TORA-11760 TODA-11760 ASDA-11760 
RWY 26: TORA-11760 TODA-11760 ASDA-11760 
ARRESTIN6 DEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 08 ^HOOK BAK-12A(B) (36' OVRN) HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1490') 

HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1490') HOOK BAK-12A(B) (52' OVRN) -^RWY 26 
MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rwy 08-26 gated thld Igt. A-GEAR BAK-12B(B) always in place. The potential for tail hook 
skip exists, due cone inlay meeting asphalt pavement at the Rwy 26 underrun/Rwy 08 ovrn BAK 12 
barrier. JASU 8(M32A-60A/B) 5(M32A-86) l(MC-ll) 1(MC-1A) FUEL J8 FLUID SP PRESAIR LPOX LOX 

24 hr prior notice rqr. OIL 0-148 SOAP 
TRAN ALERT Avbl Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z+, other times standby. Expect 1-2 hr sve/refuel delays weekend, holiday, 
peak periods and ltd maintenance. Ltd fleet sve avbl for military acft only. 50 gallon maximum per load for 
lavatory. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr 1200-0430Z+-. See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Info. RSTD Transient acft expect full stop 
Idg during local flying period. PPR etc Base OPS 24 hr PN DSN 722-4097, C919-722-4097, fax 4100. PPR all 
acft incl Distinguished Visitors, hazardous cargo and air evacuation regardless of affiliation for notification and 
coordination purposes. Transient acft etc Base OPS via PTD prior arr to confirm sve rqr. Issued PPR valid 1 hr 
prior or after ETA, early/late arr/dep must be re-coordinated. 72 hr prior notice rqr for all acft carrying hot cargo. 
Twy F no acft larger than C130. Twy H clsd. C5, B2 and VC26 acft will experience degraded firefighting 
capability-coordination 1 week prior to arr for PPR and sve. Twy G ltd to KC135 323,000 lbs or less and F15 
65,000 lbs or less. Twy B, G, and J avbl to fighter acft only when arm/de-arm in use. CAUTION Uncontrolled 
vehicle tfc on twy and apron. Bird and deer haz. Peak activity usually begins 1 hr prior SR and SS. Waste water 
treatment pond facility off W end of rwy attracts significant number of waterfowl. Trees 3000' E of apch Rwy 26. 
Unlgtd obst (trees) E and W apch ends Rwy 08-26 pent 50:1. Afld grass cutting Mar-Nov, expect increased bird 
activity invof mowers. Reduce jet blast cine between parking rows on F-15 ramp. Minimum jet blast cine 
provided for large acft on transient ramp. Non-std mark — 10' blue stripe on S side of Twy A identifies sub-sfc 
fire hydrant location. TFC PAT TPA Rectangular 1300 (1191), Overhead 1800 (1791), Lgt acft 1000 (991). MISC 
Reported prevailing visibility may not represent touchdown visibility due obstruction from obsn pt; Obsn pt is 
obstructed from 090°-110° and 250°-010°. ATC will enhance sfc obsn when twr visibility and/or surface 
visibility is less than 4 SM. Reported visibility will be the low of either twr or sfc visibility. ATC will assist in 
cooperative wx watch by notifying Wx of previously unreported wx cond. Runway Condition Reading not reported 
by Seymour Johnson base wx. Current Runway Condition Reading and Runway Surface Covering info avbl via PTD 
and ATIS. Heavy acft should exercise extreme caution when taxiing on C135 ramp due to minimum wingtip cine. 
All inbound acft with VIP etc consolidated Comd Post 60 NM out. Heavy equipment land long over BAK-12S, if 
unable etc Base OPS 30 min prior. No COMSEC material avbl. Transient aircrews should plan to arr with 
appropriate amount of COMSEC to complete entire mission. No COMSEC storage avbl at Base OPS. All transient 
aircrews shall store top secret material at Wing Comd Post. ACC reduced same rwy separation for ACC acft only. 
Rwy 08-26: first 1000x300 cone each end. Center 75' con with 112' asphalt edges, grooved. 
COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 317.625 (1200-0430Z1:) PTD 372.2 
® APP CON 119.7 273.6 (lll°-257°) 123.7 290.9 (258°-110°) (1200-0430ZI), other times etc 
WASHINGTON CENTER APP CON 135.5 272.75 
TOWER 126.25 370.875 (1200-0430Z:t) GND CON 138.1 275.8 CLNC DEL 128.025 270.8 
® DEP CON 119.7 338.6 (South) 123.7 320.1 (North) 290.9 273.6 (0430-1200Z1:), other times etc 
WASHINGTON CENTER DEP CON 135.5 272.75 
4FW COMD POST (RAYMOND 25) 311.0 321.0 (Have QUICK timing unavbl) 

916 ARW COMD POST (LIGHTHOUSE CON) 311.0 PMSV METRO 323.925 Augmented AN/FMQ-19 in use. Wx sve avbl 
daily as indicated by local mission schedule. Full sve avbl 26 OWS Barksdale AFB, DSN 781-4775, 
0318-456-4775. 
ACC SOF (LION SOF) 376.1 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 
(L)TACAN Chan 112 GSB (116.5) N35°20.11' W77°58.28' at fid. 82/8W. Unmonitored 0430-1200Z4:. 

No NOTAM MP Mon and Fri 0500-1030Z+- (1500/3+1). 
ILS 109.3 l-GSB Rwy 08. Unmonitored 0430-1200Z+-. No NOTAM MP Mon-Fri 0500-1030Z:t 

(3000/5+1) 
ILS 109.9 l-DDX Rwy 26. Unmonitored 0430-1200Z+-. No NOTAM MP Mon-Fri 0500-1030Z+- 

(3000/5+1), weekends 1400-1600Z+-. 
PAR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. ATIS No NOTAM MP Fri 0900-1100Z+-. 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



SHELBY-CLEVELAND CO RGNL ( eho) 3 sw utc-5(-4dt) 

847 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 05-23: H 5002X100 (ASPH) S-21 MIRL 

RWY 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. Trees. 

RWY 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200ZJ:, Sat 

1500-2000ZJ:, Sun 1800-2100Z:t. Fuel avbl 24 hrs self-svc with 

credit card. For svc after hrs call 704-284-3321. Rwy 05 has 45' 

dropoff 100' from thld. Rwy 23 has 35' dropoff 600' from thld. 

After 0300Z:t, ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 05 

and Rwy 23 on continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.425 (704) 487-0100. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 134.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

SPARTANBURG (H)VORTAC 115.7 SPA Chan 104 N35°02.02' 
W81-55.62' 052° 20.9 NM to fid. 910/02W. 

FIRST RIVER NDB (MHW) 417 SLP N35°15.16' W81°35.93' at 
fid. NOTAM FILE RDU. 



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SILER CITY MUNI (5W8) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°42.27' W79 
614 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 04-22: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 0.3% up NE 
RWY 04: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
RWY 22: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2200ZJ:, Sun 

1700-2200Z|. After hrs fuel or svcs call 919-545-0138 or 
919-619-2707. Fuel 100LL avbl 24 hrs self svc. Deer and birds 
on and invof arpt. MIRL Rwy 04-22 preset low ints dusk-0500ZJ: 
to increase ints and ACTIVATE after 0500ZJ:— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 04 
and 22 opr continuously. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® GREENSBORO APP/DEP CON 118.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

LIBERTY (L)VORTAC 113.0 LIB Chan 77 N35°48.70' 

W79-36.76' 143° 8.3 NM to fid. 830/03W. 
NDB (MHW) 371 TOX N35°45.69' W79°27.74' 218° 4.0 NM 
to fid. 



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SIMMONS AAF (FORT BRAGG) (FBG)(KFBG) A IE UTC-5{-4DT) N35°07.92' W78°56.17' CHARLOTTE 

244 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE FBG Not insp. H-9C, 128, L-35A, 36F 

RWV 09-27: H5011X110 (ASPH) PCN 20 F/A/W/T MIRL DIAP, AD 

RWV 09: Thld dsplcd 705'. 

RWV 27: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 2.9° TCH 39'. Thld dsplcd 197'. 
MILITARY SERVICE: FUEL JS 24hr PPR for cold fuel. Hot refuel hrs Mon-Fri 2100-0500ZJ:. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1200-0400ZJ: Sat-Sun 1200-2000ZJ:, CLOSED holidays. When twr and/or surface 
visibiity is bio 4 SM the lesser value will be reported as prevailing. See FLIP AP/1 Fit Hazard and Supplementary 
Arpt Remark. RSTD 24 hr PPR for remain overnight and all civil acft, DSN 236-7804, C910-396-7804. No Haz 
Cargo area avbl. CAUTION Bird hazard. Arpt perimeter Igt may cause pilot distraction. TFC PAT TPA — Fixed-wing 
1250(1006), rotary-wing 1000(756). MISC Pilots notify Simmons OPS 20 minutes out with Code 6 or abv on 
board. All acft etc GND CON prior to engine start. All wheeled rotary-wing acft gnd taxi until reaching twy. No 
refuel avbl on VIP spots. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 139.25 
® FAYETTEVILLE APP/DEP CON 133.0 295.0 

TOWER 125.9 240.625 (Mon 0510Z:t-Sat 0400Z:f., clsd holidays) GND CON 121.9 229.4 CLNC DEL 121.9 
229.4 

FLT ADVISORY 125.9 240.625 PMSV METRO 141.25 265.6 (Mon 0400ZJ:-Sat 0400Z1:, clsd holidays. Full sve 
during opr hr, other times remote briefing from 26 OWS Barksdale AFB, LA, DSN 781-4775, 0318-456-4775. 
BASE OPS 142.35 245.5 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve Mon 0510Z:t-Sat 0400Zt, clsd holidays, other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FAY. 

FAYETTEVILLE (L) VOR/DME 108.8 FAY Chan 25 N34°59.13' W78°56.38' 273° 6.1 NM to fid. 179/04W. 
FORT BRAGG NDB (MHW) 393 FGP N35°08.33' W78°48.75' 273° 6.1 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE FBG. 
Unmonitored Mon-Fri 0400-1200Z:f., Sat-Sun and holidays 2000-1200Z:t. No NOTAM MP 1st Mon 
1300-1330Zt-. 
ASR/PAR Mon-Fri 1200-0400ZJ:, clsd holidays) 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



SKY MANOR (See Jacksonville) 



SLAMMER N36°22.90' W79°45.77' NOTAM FILE RDU. 

NDB (MHW) 423 SIF 315° 5.4 NM to Rockingham Co NC Shiloh. NDB unmonitored. 



CINCINNATI 
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SMITHFIELD 

JOHNSTON CO (jnx) 3 nw utc-5(-4dtj 

164 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ TPA- 
RWY 03-21: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-65, D-65 
RWY 03: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 



N35°32.46' W78°23.42' 
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MIRL 0.3% up NE 
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RWY 21: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 49'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1200-0000ZJ;, Sat and Sun 

1300-2300ZJ:. Unattended Thanksgiving and Christmas day. Deer 
on and invof arpt. Be alert when taxiing near south 
ramp/corporate hangar. Rwy 03-21 30' dropoff 350' from Rwy 21 
thld to left and right of centerline. 50' AGL twr 200' SW of Rwy 03 
centerline. Avoid overflights of housing area in tfc pattern for 
noise abatement. Fly wider down winds and longer dep legs. 
Between 0130-1100ZJ: ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21, MALSR Rwy 
03, REIL Rwy 21, PAPI Rwy 03 and Rwy 21, and twy Igts— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.225 (919) 934-3851. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® RALEIGH APP/DEP 125.3 

GCO 135.075 (RALEIGH CLNC and FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

RALEIGH/DURHAM (H) VORTACW 117.2 RDU Chan 

119 N35°52.35' W78°47.00' 140° 27.6 NM to fid. 
429/04W. 

JNALL NDB (MHW) 251 EUU N35°36.41' W78°21.27' 211° 4.3 NM to fid. NDB unmonitored 2200-1300ZJ;. 
JURLY NDB (MHW/LOM) 263 JN N35°28.50' W78°25.52' 032°4.3 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE JNX. NDB unmonitored 

2200-1300ZJ;. NDB unusable byd 15 NM. 
ILS/DME 111.15 l-JNX Chan 48(Y) Rwy 03. Class IB. LOM JURLY NDB. JURLY (JN) NDB unmonitored 
2200-1300Zt-. ILS GS/LOC unmonitored 2200-1300ZJ:. DME unmonitored. JURLY(JN) NDB unusable byd 15 
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SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



282 



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SOUTHEAST GREENSBORO (see greensboro) 



SPRUCE PINE 



N35°56.67' W81°59.74' 



CHARLOTTE 
L-25C 



AVERY CO/MORRISON FLO (yas) 4 ne utc- 5( -4dt) 

2750 S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWY 17-35: H3000X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 

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

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Tue-Fri 1400-2200ZJ:, Sat 1600-2300ZJ:, Sun 1800-2300ZI. CLOSED on Mon. 

Self-svc fueling after hrs with credit card. JET A with additive premixed. FBO svc avbl. Arpt rstd to VFR only. Rwy 
35 mountainous terrain above rwy elevation - 6000' from rwy end - 650' above rwy elevation - on centerline. 
Rwy 35 has 60' dropoff 200' from thld and 60' dropoff 70' left of centerline. Rwy 17 has 40' dropoff 300' from 
thld. Military ops in and around vicinity of arpt. Wildlife in and around vicinity of arpt. Gravel mining ops west of 
and adjacent to rwy. High terrain all quadrants, daylight VFR ops only, Rwy 35 uphill grade, Rwy 17 rgt traffic 
preferred for takeoff. Rwy 17 preferred fortkfs - Rwy 35 preferred for landings. Arpt phone number 
828-766-8187. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

HOLSTON MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 114.6 HMV Chan 93 N36°26.22' W82°07.78' 172° 30.2 NM to fid. 
4321/04W. 



STALS N35°14.64' W77°41.90' NOTAM FILE ISO. 

NDB(L0M)276 IS 049° 6.8 NM to Kinston Rgnl Jetport At Stallings Fid. 



CHARLOTTE 



STANLY CO (See ALBEMARLE) 



STAR 



MONTGOMERY CO (43A) ONE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°23.08' W79-47.42' CHARLOTTE 

628 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE RDU L-25E, 3BF 

RWY 03-21: H4001X75 (ASPH) S-11.4 MIRL 

RWY 03: Trees. RWY 21: Thld dsplcd 460'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200ZJ:. Deer occasionally on rwy. 40' p-line 350'-750 r from thld Rwy 21 across 

and left of centerline. 20'-25' depressed area 180' S of Rwy 03 thld on centerline. Rwy 03 has uphill grade. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SANDHILLS (L)VORTAC 111.8 SDZ Chan 55 N35°12.93' W79°35.28' 319° 14.2 NM to fid. 590/03W. 



STATESVILLE RGNL (SVH) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°45.90' W80°57.23' 
968 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, JET A1+ 0X1,3 TPA— 1768(800) 

NOTAM FILE SVH 
RWY 10-28: H7006X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-100 HIRL 

RWY 10: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 61'. Thld dsplcd 1000'. 

Trees. 

RWY 28: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 57'. Thld dsplcd 550'. 

Trees. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 10: TORA-7006 T0DA-7006 ASDA-6456 LDA-5456 

RWY 28: TORA-7006 T0DA-7006 ASDA-6006 LDA-5456 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1100-0200ZJ:, Sat-Sun 

1300-0200ZJ;. For after hrs svc call (704) 236-3319 or (704) 

987-8679. Rwy 28 has 100' drop-off 250' right of centerline. 

ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 10, MALSR Rwy 28, PAPI Rwy 10 and Rwy 

28 — CTAF. HIRL Rwy 10-28 preset on med ints dusk-0400ZJ:, to 

increase inst ACTIVATE— CTAF. After 0400ZJ; ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 

10-28— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.225 (704) 873-1978. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

BARRETTS MOUNTAIN (L) VOR/DME 110.8 BZM Chan 45 N35°52.13' W81°14.43' 
1880/06W. 

ILS/DME 111.75 l-SVH Chan 54(Y) Rwy 28. LOC unusable byd 20° right of course. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: AW0S-3 wind unavailable. 



CHARLOTTE 

H-SB, 12G, L-25D 

IAP 




120° 15.3 NM to fid. 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



283 



STOMA N35°11.48' W81°09.43' NOTAM FILE RDU. CHARLOTTE 

NDB (MHW) 260 GHJ at Gastonia Muni. NDB unmonitored 2330-1130Z during standard time, L-25D, 36E 

2330-1030Z during daylight savings time. 

SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN N35°24.39' W82°16.12' NOTAM FILE RDU. ATLANTA 

(L)VORTAC 112.2 SUG Chan 59 280° 13.5 NM to Asheville Rgnl. 3970/02W. L-25C 

RCO 122.3 122.2 122. 1R 112. 2T (RALEIGH RADIO) 

SUGAR VALLEY (see mocksville) 



SWAN CREEK (see jonesville) 



SYLVA 



N35°19.05' W83°12.60' 
NOTAM FILE RDU 



ATLANTA 
L-25B 



JACKSON CO (24A) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) 

2857 B FUEL 100LL TPA-3857(1000 

RWV 15-33: H3003X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 HIRL 
RWV15:Tree. RWV 33: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. For assistance call 828-508-6954. Self-service fuel avbl 24 hrs with credit 
card. Rwy 15, 300' dropoff 300' from thld both sides and 90' left and right of centerline along rwy. Rwy 33, 
300' dropoff 200' from thld 50' left of centerline. Mountain hazard ben Igts located on mountain range 
approximately 1.7 miles SSW of arpt. Rwy 33 numbers smaller than standard. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 
15-33— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

SNOWBIRD (L)VORTAC 108.8 SOT Chan 25 N35°47.41' W83°03.14' 199° 29.4 NM to fid. 4239/04W. 

TARBORO— EDGECOMBE (ETC) 2N LJTC-5(-4DT) N35°56.24' W77°32.79' 
53 B NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 09-27: H4000X60 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWV 09: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 28'. Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 

RWV 27: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer on and invof arpt. 500' low level 

route 3 miles NE of arpt — be alert for military acft invof arpt. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27, REIL Rwy 27 and PAPI Rwy 09 and 

Rwy 27— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 118.475 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

TAR RIVER (L)VORTAC 117.8 TYI Chan 125 N35°58.61' 
W77°42.23' 112° 8.0 NM to fid. 70/05W. 

NDB (MHW) 257 ETC N35°56.13' W77°32.78' at fid. NDB 
unusable byd 18 NM. 




TAR RIVER N35-58.61' W77°42.23' NOTAM FILE RDU. 

(L)VORTAC 117.8 TYI Chan 125 237° 11.7 NM to Rocky Mt-Wilson Rgnl. 70/05W 
RCO 122. 1R 117. 8T (RALEIGH RADIO) 

TAWBA N35°47.19' W81°18.32' NOTAM FILE HKY. 
NDB (MHW) 332 HK 243° 4.9 NM to Hickory Rgnl. 



CHARLOTTE 
H-9C, L-35C, 36G 



CHARLOTTE 
L-25D 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



284 



NORTH CAROLINA 



THOMASVILLE 

HIATT (N97) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°49.81' W80°06.45' CHARLOTTE 

855 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 01-19: 2500X75 (TURF) LIRL 

RWV 01: Trees. RWY 19: TRCV (TRIL)— GA 3.2° TCH 25'. Trees. 

RWY 09-27: 1160X50 (TURF) 

RWY 09: Trees. RWY 27: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1700Z4:-dusk. For fuel call 336-881-0248. Rwy 27 has +4' fence 30' from thld and 12' 

building 70' from thld on extended centerline. Rwy 09-27 used primarily for ultralights. Rwy uphill marked with 

yellow cones. Rwy 19 preferred for Idg uphill; rwy and thlds marked with yellow cones. Acft monitor 122.9. 

ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 01-19 and TRIL Rwy 19— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



TOMOTLA N35-06.99' W83°57.40' NOTAM FILE RDU. 

NDB(MHW)335 TTQ 045° 6.5 NM to Western Carolina Rgnl 


(VFR ONLY) 


ATLANTA 
L-25B 


TRI-COUNTY (SeeAHOSKIE) 


TRIPLE W (See RALEIGH) 


TRYON N35-09.49' W81°01.24' NOTAM FILE CLT. 

NDB(L0M)242 CL 056° 5.1 NM to Charlotte/Douglas Intl. 




CHARLOTTE 


TWIN LAKES (See MOCKSVILLE) 


US HELIPORT (SeeWINGATE) 



WADESBORO 

ANSON CO (AFP) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N35°01.24' W80°04.63' 
300 B FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 16-34: H5498X100 (ASPH) S-12, D-60 MIRL 
RWY IB: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Trees. 
RWY 34: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 29'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z:t. For after hrs svc 
call 704-848-4612. 100LL fuel-24 hr self-svc avbl with credit 
card. Deer in vicinity of arpt. Rwy 34 +6' hill from rwy end and 
216' right of rwy centerline. Rwy 16-34 used for both aeronautical 
tow and auto launch for gliders. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 16-34, PAPI 
Rwy 16 and Rwy 34, and REIL Rwy 16 and Rwy 34— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.325. (704) 695-0623. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 120.05 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SANDHILLS (L)VORTAC 111.8 SDZ Chan 55 N35°12.93' 
W79°35.28' 247° 26.8 NM to fid. 590/03W. 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9B, 12B, L-25E, 36E 

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SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



NORTH CAROLINA 



285 



WALLACE 



HENDERSON FLD (ACZ) 1 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°43.07' W78°00.22 
39 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 09-27: H3998X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 
RWV 09: Thld dsplcd 149'. Trees. 
RWV 27: Thld dsplcd 151'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z:t, Sat 1400-2300Z+- 
and Sun 1800-2300Z+-. 24 hr self svc fuel with credit card. 24 hr 
access to pilots' lounge-door code on fuel receipt. Parachute 
Jumping. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® WILMINGTON APP/DEP CON 135.75 (1100-0400Z+-) 
® WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.025 (0400-1100Z+-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ISO. 

KINSTON (L)VORTAC 109.6 ISO Chan 33 N35°22.26' 

W77°33.50' 214° 44.9 NM to fid. 106/05W. 
PENDV NDB (MHW) 379 ACZ N34°42.98' W78°00.22' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE RDU. 




WALNUT COVE 

MEADOW BROOK FLD (N63) i nw utc-5(-4dt) 

631 S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RDU 

RWV 16-34: H2725X30 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 
RWV 16: Trees. RWV 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z+\ Arpt CLOSED to 
transients except PPR — 336-591-7881. High terrain all 
quadrants. +8' dropoff AER 16. Fencing in the clear zone Rwy 16 
and Rwy 34. Do not land on grass adjacent to rwy — deep ditches 
No transient stopping tfc — will allow touch and go. Rwy 16-34 
NSTD LIRL; Igts 30' either side of asph along old turf rwy. 3 thld 
Igts with blue lens. +50' trees within 125' of centerline on west 
side of rwy. +65' trees within 110' of centerline east of rwy. 
ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 16-34— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® GREENSBORO APP/DEP CON 124.35 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GSO. 

GREENSBORO (H)VORTAC 116.2 GSO Chan 109 N36°02.74' 
W79°58.58' 334°17.5 NM to fid. 879/03W 



N36°18.09' W80°08.90' 




WARF (See REIDSVILLE) 



WARREN FLD (See Washington) 



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286 



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H-9C, 



CHARLOTTE 

12H, L-35C 

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WASHINGTON 

WARREN FLO (OCW) ONE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°34.23' W77°02.99' 
38 B FUEL 100LL, JETA1+ NOTAM FILE OCW 
RWY 17-35: H5000X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-22 MIRL 

RWY 17: Thld dsplcd 501'. Pole. RWY 35: Trees. 

RWY 05-23: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-3S MIRL 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 23: REIL VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 199'. 

Trees. 
RWY 11-29: H4000X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-22 

RWY 11: Trees. RWY 29: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2300Zt, Sun 

1300-2200Zt. CLOSED Thanksgiving and Christmas. For fuel 

after hrs call 252-975-9320. Rwy 11-29 CLOSED only when 

NOTAMs issued. Deer and birds on and invof arpt. Parachute 

Jumping. Loose aggregate/gravel on all rwys. Rwy 17-35 loose 

gravel, pot holes, cracks, pavement heaving and spalling, 

vegetation in rwy. Rwy 11-29 grass growing through cracks and 

small pot holes, pavement heaving and spalling. Twys not Igtd. 

Rwy 05 PAPI OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset on low ints, to 

increase ints and ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35, VASI Rwy 23, PAPI 

Rwy 05 and REIL Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 120.175 (252)975-6133. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ISO. 

KINSTON (L)VORTAC 109.6 ISO Chan 33 N35°22.26' W77°33.50' 069° 27.6 NM to fid. 106/05W 

CHOCOWINITY NDB (MHW) 388 RNW N35°30.58' W77°06.40' 044° 4.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE OCW. 

ILS/DME 110.9 l-OCW Chan 46 Rwy 05. LOC only. 



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602 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 04-22: H3309X40 (ASPH) LIRL (NSTD) 

RWY 04: Trees. RWY 22: Thld dsplcd 200'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z:t:. Deer on and invof 
arpt. Ultralight activity on and invof arpt. Rwy 04-22 has 20 ft 
down slope between ends. Rwy 04-22 NSTD LIRL, edge Igts 30 ft 
from pavement. Surface variations in rwy surface area. Rwy 04-22 
markings NSTD size. Ngt tkf use Rwy 22. Ngt Idg use Rwy 04 
unless wind dictates otherwise. ACTIVATE rotating ben — CTAF. 
ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 04-22— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 120.05 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLT 

CHARLOTTE (L) VORW/DME 115.0 CLT Chan 97 N35°11.42' 

W80°57.11' 158° 22.0 NM to fid. 732/05W. HIWAS. 
FORT MILL (L)VORTAC 112.4 FML Chan 71 N34°59.34' 
W80°57.29' 128° 12.7 NM to fid. 645/02W. NOTAM FILE 
AND. SHUTDOWN. 



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NDB (MHW/LOM) 208 JYN 227° 5 NM to Goldsboro-Wayne Muni. Unmonitored. SHUTDOWN. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-35B, 36G 



WESLEY N34°57.18' W80°42.31' NOTAM FILE EQY. CHARLOTTE 

NDB (MHW) 204 TWL 052° 5.8 NM to Charlotte-Monroe Executive. NDB unmonitored 2200-1300Zt. L-25D, 3BE 



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WHITEVILLE 

COLUMBUS CO MUNI (CPC) 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N34 16.37' W78°42.90 
99 B FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE CPC 
RWV 06-24: H5500X75 (ASPH) S-24, D-30 MIRL 0.5% up SW 
RWV 06: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWV 24: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 37'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2300Z4:, Sun 

1400-2300Zt. Arpt unattended Christmas day. For emergency 
svc after hrs call 910-654-3389/642-0685. Deer on and invof 
arpt. Rwy 24 has 15' dropoff 200' from thld both sides. Rwy 06 
REIL OTS indef. Rwy 24 VASI OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 06-24 opr 
dusk-0500Z:L-, after 0500Z:t. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 06-24— CTAF. 
ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 06— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 06 and VASI Rwy 24 on 
continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.375 (910) 642-7508. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/I.IN IC DM 122.8 
® MYRTLE BEACH APP/DEP CON 119.2 (1100-0400Zt) 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.7 (0400-llOOZt) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLO. 

FLORENCE (H)VORTAC 115.2 FLO Chan 99 N34°13.98' 
W79°39.43' 090° 46.9 NM tofld. 110/03W. HIWAS. 
CAMP NDB (MHW) 227 CPC N34°16.31' W78°42.84' at fid 
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WILGROVE AIR PARK (see charlotte) 


WILKESBORO N36°13.36' W81°05.92' 
RCO 122.4 (RALEIGH RADIO) at Wilkes Co. 


CINCINNATI 
L-25D 


WILKES CO (See NORTH WILKESBORO) 


WILKI N36°06.77' W81°05.89' NOTAM FILE RDU. 
NDB (MHW/LOM) 209 UKF 006°6.6 NM to Wilkes Co. 


CINCINNATI 
L-25D 


WILLIAMSTON N35°51.54' W77°10.68' NOTAM FILE RDU. 
NDB (MHW) 336 MCZ at Martin Co. 


CHARLOTTE 
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WILLIAMSTON 

MARTIN CO (MCZ) 6W UTC-5(-4DT) N35°51.73 r W77°10.69 
76 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 03-21: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-21 MIRL 
RWV 03: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.7°TCH 25'. Road. 
RWV 21: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 24'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z4:. For fuel after hrs call 
252-792-1964 or 252-809-2281. For svc after hrs call 
252-792-1964. Deer on and invof arpt. Rwy 03 VASI OTS indef. 
Rwy 21 PAPI OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 03-21 dusk to dawn; to change 
intensity of MIRL Rwy 03-21— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 
TAR RIVER (L)VORTAC 117.8 TYI Chan 125 N35°58.61' 

W77°42.23' 110° 26.5 NM to fid. 70/05W 
WILLIAMSTON NDB (MHW) 336 MCZ N35°51.54' W77°10.68' 
at fid. 



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WILMINGTON INTL (ILM)(KILM) CIV/MIL/AF 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N34°16.24' W77°54.15' 
32 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,2,3,4 LRA Class I, ARFF Index B 

NOTAM FILE ILM 
RWY 06-24: H8016X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-160, ST-175, 

DT-275 PCN 100 F/A/X/T HIRL 

RWY 06: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. 

RWY 24: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 48'. 
RWY 17-35: H7004X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-60, D-185, ST-175, 

DT-300 PCN 24 F/A/X/T HIRL 

RWY 17: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. Tree. 

RWY 35: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. Dsplcd thld 400'. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 06: TORA-8016 T0DA-8016 ASDA-8016 LDA-8016 

RWY 17: TORA-7004 TODA-7004 ASDA-6204 LDA-6204 

RWY 24: TORA-8016 TODA-8016 ASDA-8016 LDA-8016 

RWY 35: TORA-7004 TODA-7004 ASDA-7004 LDA-6604 
MILITARY SERVICE: FUEL (NC-100LL). A+ (Air Wilmington, Inc, 

C910-763-4691.) 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Acft taxiing from S ramp 

obtain ATC cine prior to crossing Rwy 17-35 1100-0400Z:t. Rwy 

24 touchdown runway visual range avbl. ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 06 

and Rwy 24, MALSR Rwy 24, HIRL Rwy 06-24, all twy Igts— CTAF. 

Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (C910) 343-9489 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.9 ATIS 124.975 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 117. OT (RALEIGH RADIO) 

RCO 122.55 (RALEIGH RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 135.75 346.35 (344°-163°) 118.25 284.65 (164°-343°) (1100-0400Z:t) 
® WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.025 269.15 (0400-llOOZt.) 

TOWER 119.9 239.3 (1100-0400Z:t) GND CON 121.9 348.6 CLNC DEL 121.9 348.6 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1100-0400Z:t other times CLASS E. 

TRSA sve etc APP CON within 20 NM. 




N34°21.10'W77°52.46' 205° 5.1 NM to fid. 20/07W. 

220°-273° byd 5 NM bio 17,500' 
274°-314° byd 5 NM 
315°-164° byd 5 NM bio 8,000' 

Chan 123 N33°48.83' W78°43.47' 059° 49.3 NM to fid. 



RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ILM. 
(H)VORTAC 117.0 ILM Chan 117 
VOR portion unusable: 
165°-169° 

186°-219° byd 16 NM bio 3000' 
186°-219° byd 21 NM 
186°-219° bio 2000' 
GRAND STRAND (L) VORTAC 117.6 CRE 

20/03W. NOTAM FILE CRE. 
AIRLI ND6 (LOM) 281 IL N34°11.48' W77°51.98' 346° 5.1 NM to fid. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 
WILZE NDB (LOM) 205 GM N34°20.25' W77°48.71' 236° 6.0 NM to fid. 
ILS 110.3 I— ILM Rwy 35. Class IB. LOM AIRLI NDB. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. LOC unusable byd 

26° right of course. 
ILS 111.55 l-GMX Rwy 24. Class IE. LOM WILZE NDB. 

ILS/DME 109.95 l-GNM Chan 36(Y) Rwy 06. GS unusable byd 7° right of course. 
ASR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



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NORTH CAROLINA 



289 



WILSON INDUSTRIAL AIR CENTER <w03) sn utc-5(-4dt) 

161 B FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWV 03-21: H4500X150 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWV 03: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.54°TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWV 21: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.81°TCH 40'. Trees. 
RWV 09-27: H4500X150 (ASPH) S-20 

RWV 09: Trees. RWV 27: Trees. 

RWV 15-33: H4499X150 (ASPH) S-20 

RWV 15: Trees. RWV 33: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300ZJ:. For svc after hrs call 

252-904-9706. Deer on and invofarpt. No line-of-sight between 

rwy ends. MIRL Rwy 03-21 preset low ints; to increase ints and 

ACTIVATE PAPI and REIL Rwys 03 and 21— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® WASHINGTON CENTER APP/DEP CON 118.475 

ECO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

TAR RIVER (L)VORTAC 117.8 TYI Chan 125 N35°58.61' 
W77°42.23' 231° 17.9 NM to fid. 70/05W. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: GCO OTS indef. 



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WILZE N34°20.25' W77°48.71' NOTAM FILE ILM. 
NDB (LOM) 205 GM 236° 6.0 NM to Wilmington Intl. 



WINGATE 



US HELIPORT (N46) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N34°59.06' W80°25.15' CHARLOTT 

590 S4 FUEL JET A NOTAM FILE RDU 

HELIPAD HI: 100X100 (TURF) 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200ZJ:. PPR weekdays 2200Zt-SR and weekends/holidays, call 
704-233-4254. PPR for ngt ops. Unmarked p-lines N and S of pad. Helicopters with gross weight over 10,000 
pounds use TURF W of CONC pad but within fenced area. Tkf and Idg in all quadrants into prevailing wind. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.075 



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290 NORTH CAROLINA 



WINSTON SALEM 

SMITH REYNOLDS (INT) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N36°08.02' W80°13.32' CINCINNATI 

969 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A OX 1, 2, 3, 4 LRA ARFF Index— See Remarks H-9B, 12G, L-25D, 3BF 

NOTAM FILE INT IAP, AD 

RWY 15-33: H6655X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-110, D-135, ST-175, DT-230 HIRL 1.0% up NW 

RWY 15: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 36'. Thld dsplcd 586'. Bldg. 

RWY 33: MALSR. 
RWY 04-22: H3938X150 (ASPH) S-40, D-55, DT-90 MIRL 0.3% up NE 

RWY 04: Trees. RWY 22: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 39'. Trees. 

LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DIST AVBL 

RWY 33 04-22 6010 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Class IV, ARFF Index A. CLOSED to air carrier opr with more than 30 

passenger seats 0400-1200Z:t. except 24 hr PPR. ARFF Index B coverage also avbl, call arpt manager 

336-767-6361. Boeing 727-200 series are restricted to rwy 15-33, terminal ramp, and Twy A and Twy F only. 

Rwy 33 touchdown rwy visual range avbl. HIRL Rwy 15-33 preset on med ints when twr clsd, MIRL Rwy 04-22 

unavailable when twr clsd. When twr clsd ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 15 and MALSR Rwy 33 — CTAF. Flight Notification 

Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (336) 661-3096. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 123.75 ATIS 121.3 UNICOM 122.95 
® GREENSBORO APP/DEP CON 124.35 

WINSTON SALEM TOWER 123.75 (1145-0230Z:t.) GND CON 128.25 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1145-0230Z1; other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GSO. 

GREENSBORO (H)VORTAC 116.2 GSO Chan 109 N36°02.74' W79°58.58' 297° 13.1 NM to fid. 879/03W. 
HIWAS. 

REENO NDB (LOM) 317 IN N36°04.26' W80°10.01' 332° 4.6 NM to fid. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 

ILS 110.3 l-INT Rwy 33. Class IB. LOM REENO NDB. GS unusable bio 1141'. 

WOODVILLE N36°15.78' W76°17.88' NOTAM FILE ECG. WASHINGTON 

NDB(MHW)254 LLW 101° 6.0 NM to Elizabeth City CG Air Station/Rgnl. L-35C 

WRIGHT BROTHERS N35°55.23' W75°41.82' NOTAM FILE MQI. CHARLOTTE 

(T)VORW/DME 111.6 RBX Chan 53 at Dare Co Rgnl. 10/08W. L-35D 

VOR unusable 281°-318° bio 8000', 319° bio 4000' and 320°-280°. Unmonitored 2300-1300Z:t.. 

YADKINVILLE 

LONE HICKORY (80C) 6S UTC-5(-4DT) N36°03.08' W80°41.37' CINCINNATI 

1000 NOTAM FILE RDU Not insp. 

RWY 1B-34: 2000X60 (TURF) 

RWY 16: Road. RWY 34: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Call 336-463-4680. Acft opr from Piney Ridge Arpt 1.3 mi northwest. Acft 

parked 90' from centerline at rwy mid point. Rwy 16-34 has 3% grade, winds permitting tkf Rwy 34 and Idg Rwy 

16. P-lines 500'-1000' north Rwy 16 thld. No fit training or student pilots only experienced pilots permitted. 

Rwy 34 dep make left turn for noise and obstruction avoidance. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

YANCEYVILLE 

CASWELL (6W4) 2W UTC-5(-4DT) N36°23.98' W79°23.57' CINCINNATI 

648 NOTAM FILE RDU 
RWY 04-22: 1735X150 (TURF) 

RWY 04: Tree. RWY 22: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Deer on and invof arpt. Model acft activity on arpt. Rwy 04-22 +50'-70' trees along 

both sides of rwy. +4' fence 20' from thld on diagonal. Occasional nighttime military ops. Rwy 04-22 marked 

with yellow cones. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

ZEPHYR N36°18.79' W80°43.40' NOTAM FILE RDU. CINCINNATI 

NDB (MHW) 326 ZEF 242° 3.6 NM to Elkin Muni. L-250 



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365 



AGUADILLA 



3 NE UTC-4 N18°29.69' W67°07.77' 
TPA-1237(1000) Class I, ARFF Index B 



PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 

H-2G, L-5C, 6G, A-3F 

IAP 



RAFAEL HERNANDEZ (bqnj itjbqi 

237 B S5 FUEL 100, JET Al 

NOTAM FILE TJBQ 
RWV 08-26: H11702X200 (ASPH-CONC) S-155, D-235, DT-455 MIRL 

RWV 08: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 400'. Trees. 0.4% down. 

RWV 26: PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Thld dsplcd 400'. Trees. 0.3% up. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 08: TORA-11700 TODA-11700 ASDA-11700 LDA-11311 

RWV 26: TORA-11700 TODA-11700 ASDA-11311 LDA-11311 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Ultralight ops not allowed. Obstruction Igt on twr NW of arpt OTS indef. PPR 

24 hrs for unscheduled air carrier opr with more than 30 passenger seats call aprt manager 787-891-2286. No 

parking in area C indef. Rwy 08 REIL OTS indef. Twys E, F and G clsd to all tfc indef except PPR, call 

787-371-6310. ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 08-CTAF. For Customs SVC call 787-831-3342. For USDA SVC call 

787-882-3315. For Immigration svc call 787-882-3576. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.325 (787) 890-3570. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.95 ATIS 118.325 UNICOM 123.0 
® SAN IUAN CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.35 CLNC DEL 124.35 

A6UADILLA TOWER 124.95 GND CON 120.875 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc continuously. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TJSJ. 

BORINOUEN (H)VORTAC 113.5 BQN Chan 82 N18°29.88' W67°06.50' 271° 1.2 NM to fid. 214/10W. 



ANTONIO/NERY/JUARBE POL 



(See ARECIBO) 



ANTONIO RIVERA RODRIOUEZ (see isla de vieques) 



ARECIBO 

ANTONIO/NERY/JUARBE POL ( abo) (tjab) 3 se utc-4 

N18°27.07' W66°40.53' 
23 B NOTAM FILE TJSJ 
RWV 08-26: H3975X60 (ASPH) S-22 MIRL 

RWV 08: Tree. RWV 26: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1130-2000Z. Parachute Jumping. Flight 

training on and invof arpt. Military helicopter ops after SR. 24 

hour police protection. Fee for revenue flights. Ldg fee. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TJSJ. 

BORINOUEN (H)VORTAC 113.5 BQN Chan 82 N18°29.88' 
W67°06.50' 106° 24.9 NM to fid. 214/10W. 



PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 
L-5C, 6G, A-3F 




BENJAMIN RIVERA NORIEGA (see isla de culebraj 



BORINOUEN N18°29.88' W67°06.50' NOTAM FILE TJSJ. PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 

(H)VORTAC 113.5 BQN Chan 82 271° 1.2 NM to Rafael Hernandez. 214/10W. H-2F, L-5C, 6G, A-3F 

VOR portion unusable: 176°-218° byd 30 NM bio 3,600'. DME unusable 078°-095° byd 26 NM bio 3000', 
150°-175° byd 35 NM bio 6000', 176°-195° byd 21 NM bio 3600', 196°-235° byd 33 NM bio 4600', 
236°-258° byd 26 NM bio 2600'. 
RCO 122. 1R 113. 5T (SAN JUAN RADIO) 



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366 



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2 SW UTC- 



N18°14.71' W065°38.60' 



PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 
H-2G, L-5C, 6G, A-3G 



MIRL 



CEIBA 

JOSE APONTEDE LA TORRE ( rvr 

38 B NOTAM FILE TJSJ. 

RWY 07-25: H11000X150 (ASPH-CONC) 

RWY 07: REIL. Thld dsplcd 2390'. 
RWY 18-36: H 5800X100 (ASPH-CONC) 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1000-OOOOZ. Rwy 18-36 CLOSED indef. W end of Twy A clsd for tfc. ACTIVATE rotating 

ben— 122.9. 
COMMUNICATIONS: 



S-122, D-185, DT-175, DDT-338 
RWY 25: REIL. Thld dsplcd 950'. 



DIEGO JIMENEZ TORRES (see fajardo) 



DORADO N18°28.10' W66°24.74' NOTAM FILE TJSJ. 

NDB(HHW)391 DDP 105° 23.5 NM to Luis Munoz Marin Intl. 



PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 
H-2F, L-5C, L-6G, A-3G 



EUGENIO MARIA DE HOSTOS (see mayaguez) 



FAJARDO 



DIEGO JIMENEZ TORRES (X95) (TJFA) 1 NE UTC-4 N18°18.48' W65°39.71 

64 B TPA— 1264(1200) LRA NOTAM FILE TJSJ 

RWY 08-26: H3600X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 08: PAPI(P4L). Trees. RWY 26: Tree. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1000-2230Z. AVGAS unavbl. Acft 

departing Rwy 26 make left turn due to terrain. 3300X60 foot drag 
strip located 400 feet N of and parallel to Rwy 08-26 and marked 
with a yellow X on each end may be mistaken for the rwy. Fee for 
acft 7500 lbs and over. Rwy 08 PAPI OTS indef. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 , , , , 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TJSJ. 

SAN JUAN (H)VORTACW 114.0 SJU Chan 87 N18°26.78' 
W65-59.37' 125° 20 NM to fid. 7/11W. 



PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 
L-5C, 6G, A-3G 




FERNANDO LUIS RIDAS DOMINICCI (see san juan) 



PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 



HUMACAO (X63) 1 SE UTC-4 N18°08.28' W65°48.04' 
33 B NOTAM FILE TJSJ 
RWY 10-28: H2450X60 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 

RWY 10: Mountain. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1130-2000Z. Parachute Jumping. Birds on rwy caution advised until further notice. 2 

cranes 100'AGL V2 NM northwest Rwy 10-28 SR-SS. Cattle 500 ft from thld Rwy 28. ARFF sve unavbl Thu-Fri. 

Ultralights on and in vicinity of arpt. Bird activity at landfill within 1 mile of arpt. Weeds within 200 ft of rwy. Arpt 

Igts opr SS-SR. Ldg fee. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Two-way radio communication rqr of all acft and vehicles except by prior req. Call 

787-852-8188. 



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ISLA DE CULEBRA 

BENJAMIN RIVERA NORIEGA (cpxmtjcp) in utc-4 nis°is.so' W65°is.26' Puerto rico-virgin island tac 

49 B TPA— 1049(1000) LRA NOTAM FILE TJSJ 

RWY 13-31: H2600X50 (ASPH) S-12 MIRL 

RWY 13: Hill. RWY 31: Thld dsplcd 100 r . Brush. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-2300Z. Arpt CLOSED SS-SR except emerg. Birds on and invof rwy caution advised 
until further notice. CAUTION — Low altitude maneuvering required for final alignment to rwy, varying intensities of 
turbulence may be experienced. Acft departing arpt northbound be alert for traffic descending on final for 
Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas, Cyril E. King (STT). Men and equipment working departure end Rwy 13 indefinitely. 
Ldg fee for acft 7500 lbs and over. Ldg Rwy 13 only {except for adverse wx conditions). Apch from N.W. thru 
Bahia Flamenco heading -172°. Fly thru Laguna Del Flamenco until approximately parallel to highway in pass 
alter heading to 153°L. turn to final. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

ISLA DE VIEQUES 

ANTONIO RIVERA RODRIGUEZ (vqs) (tjvq) 3 sw utc-4 nis°08.09' W65°29. 62' puerto rico-virgin island tac 

49 B FUEL 100LL, JET A LRA Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE TJSJ L-5C, 6G, A-3G 

RWV 09-27: H4301X75 (ASPH) S-20, D-40 MIRL 0.5%upSW IAP 

RWY 09: PAPI (P4L). Thld dsplcd 896'. RWV 27: Road. Pole. Rgttfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1000-2200Z. CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger 

seats except 24 hrs PPR, call arpt manager 787-741-8358. PPR for other B-lll acft ops and limited to a 

wingspan of 88.75'. Construction of twy south of Rwy 09-27. Ldg fee for acft over 7500 lbs GWT. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 (UNICOM monitored 1000-2200Z). 
® SAN JUAN CERAP APP/DEP 128.65 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TIST. 

ST THOMAS (L) VOR/DME 108.6 STT Chan 23 N18°21.35' W65°01.47' 254° 29.9 NM to fid. 679/10W. 



LUIS MUNOZ MARIN INTL (See san juanj 



MAYAGUEZ N18°15.39' W67°09.06' NOTAM FILE TJMZ. PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 

(L) VOR/DME 110.6 MAZ Chan 43 at Eugenio Maria De Hostos. 18/10W. H-2F, L-5C, L-6G, A-3G 

VOR portion unusable 100°-110° byd 35 NM bio 7000', 110°-120° byd 35 NM bio 9000', 240°-250° all 

distances all altitudes. 
RCO 122. 1R 110. 6T (SAN JUAN RADIO) 

MAYAGUEZ 

EUGENIO MARIA DE HOSTOS (maz) (tjmz) 3n utc-4 nis°i5. 34' w67°os.9i' puerto rico-virgin island tac 

28 B TPA— 828(800) LRA NOTAM FILE TJMZ L-5C, 6G, A-3G 

RWV 09-27: H4998X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-85, D-108, DT-170 MIRL IAP, AD 

RWV 09: REIL. PAPI (P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Poles. RWY 27: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1430-0630Z. AVGAS unavbl. PAEW Rwy 09-27 1100-2100Z daily. Birds on and invof 

rwy caution advised until further notice. Crane 70' AGL south AER Rwy 09. 10 ft trees and earth 0-200 ft N and 

S of Rwy 27 thld. Fee for other than home based acft. ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 09 and Rwy 27 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MAVAGUEZ RCO 122. 1R 110.6T (SAN JUAN RADIO) 
® SAN JUAN CENTER APP/DEP CON 118.75 

CLNC DEL 121.7 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc 1100-OOOOZ other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TJMZ. 

MAVAGUEZ (L) VOR/DME 110.6 MAZ Chan 43 N18°15.39' W67°09.06' at fid. 18/10W. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: San Juan CERAP provides IFR clearances for Mayaguez-Eugenio Maria De Hostos on 

freq. 121.7. 



MERCEDITA (see ponce) 



PATILLAS (X64) 1 SW UTC-4 N17°58.93' W66°01.16' PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 

10 NOTAM FILE TJSJ 
RWV 10-28: H2000X50 (ASPH) S-12. 5 

RWV 10: P line. RWV 28: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Ultralight, banner towing and experimental acft ops on and invof arpt. Fee for acft 

over 7500 lbs. Ldg fee. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

PATTY N18°24.54' W66°05.37' NOTAM FILE TJSJ. PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 330 SJ 081° 5.3 NM to Luis Munoz Marin Intl. 



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PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 
H-2F, L-5C, 6G, A-3E 



PONCE N17°59.55' W66°31.15' NOTAM FILE TJPS. 

(DVOR/DME 109.0 PSE Chan 27 301° 2.7 NM to Mercedita. 16/10W. 
VOR/DME unusable: 

280°-300° byd 25 NM bio 6000'; 301°-340° byd 25 NM bio 8000'; 

341°-065° byd 28 NM bio 8000'; 341°-065° byd 30 NM bio 12000 

066°-098° byd 30 NM bio 6000'. 
RCO 122. 1R 109. OT (SAN JUAN RADIO) 



PONCE 



3E UTC-4 
, JETA1 LRA 



N18°00.50' W66°33.78' 
ARFF Index — See Remarks 



S-85, D-190, DT-285 



MERCEDITA (pse) (tjpsj 

29 B S2 FUEL 100 
NOTAM FILE TJPS 

RWY 12-30: H6904X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 
HIRL 
RWY 12: REIL. Thld dsplcd 789'. P-lines. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 30: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. Thld dsplcd 227'. 
Trees. 

RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 12: TORA-6904 T0DA-6904 ASDA-6277 LDA-5488 
RWY30: TORA-6904 T0DA-6904 ASDA-6907 LDA-6677 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1000-OOOOZ. AVGAS 100/130 svc avbl 
from 1000-2130Z. Jet Al avbl 24hrs. Class I, ARFF Index B. PPR 
24 hrs for Index C and abv unscheduled air carrier ops with more 
than 30 passenger seats; call arpt manager 787-842-6292. Fee 
for other than home based acft. Rwy 30 REIL OTS indef. PAPI Rwy 
30, REIL Rwy 12 and Rwy 30 opr continuously and HIRL Rwy 
12-30 preset med ints dusk-0200Z, to increase ints and 
ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 12-30 and REIL Rwy 12 and Rwy 30 after 
0200Z— CTAF. Ldg fee. Customs avbl Mon-Fri 1200-2100Z|. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® SAN JUAN CENTER APP/DEP CON 118.75 
CLNC DEL 121.9 

AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc 1100-2200Z other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TJPS. 

PONCE (DVOR/DME 109.0 PSE Chan 27 N17°59.55' W66°31.15' 



PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 

H-2G, L-5C, 6G, A-3G 

IAP 




301° 2.7 NM to fid. 16/10W. 



COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: San Juan CERAP provides IFR clearances for Ponce-Medcedita on freq. 121.9. 

RAFAEL HERNANDEZ (see aguadilla) 



PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 
H-2G, L-5C, 6G, A-3G 

ARFF Index-See Remarks 

IAP, AD 



SAN JUAN 

FERNANDO LUIS RIBAS DOMINICCI (sig> (tjig) ow utc-4 

N18°27.41' W66°05.89' 

10 B S2 FUEL 100, JET A TPA— 1000(990) LRA 
NOTAM FILE TJSJ 

RWY 09-27: H5317X100 (ASPH) S-52, D-88, DT-160 MIRL 
RWY 09: PAPI(P4L). Channel 2000'-4000' ships to 196' height. 
RWY 27: Thld dsplcd 500'. Boat. Sail boat anchorage to 70' height. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1000-2300Z. Rwy 09-27 CLOSED Mon-Sat 0000-0900Z PAEW, until further notice. 
Lgtd crane 180' AGL 1/4 mile northeast AER 27. Birds on and invof arpt. Stray dogs on and invof arpt. Rwy 
09-27 classified as B-ll. Acft exceeding arpt reference code use caution. Index A ARFF equipment avbl 
1000-2330Z. Rwy 09-27 MIRL N side of rwy vary from 10' to 50' from rwy edge. Unlgtd twr 440' MSL 3.5 mi 
SW. Unlgtd twr 270' MSL SSW. Unlgtd towers 304 ft and 270 ft AGL 2 mi SW. 7 lgtd cranes 100'-225' located 
800'-1500' SSE AER 27 (convention center area). 3 lgtd cranes 150' high Vz mile north apch Rwy 27. Lgtd 
crane 230' high located .5 miles north of arpt. 130'AGL cranes (2) 150' east of Rwy 27 1400-0000Z daily. 
100' AGL crane west of twr 1430-0000Z daily. 250'AGL crane .5 NM north arpt. Banner towing invof arpt. Rwy 
09 PAPI OTS indef. When twr clsd straight in apch inner pattern not authorized. For acft rescue call 
787-729-8859. Fee for all acft. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. Customs/immigration opr hrs 
1200-2300Z. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 135.875 ATIS 120.4 
® SAN JUAN APP/DEP CON 120.9 (North and East) 119.4 (West and Southwest) 
TOWER 135.875 (1100-2300Z) GND CON 121.7 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1100-2300Z other times CLASS G. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TJSJ. 

SAN JUAN (H)VORTACW 114.0 SJU Chan 87 N18°26.78' W65°59.37' 287° 6.2 NM to fid. 7/11W. 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Weather reports not avbl. 



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PUERTO RICO 369 



LUIS MUNOZ MARIN INTL (sju> (tjsjj 3 se utc-4 nis°26.37' w66°oo.ii' Puerto rico-virgin island tac 

9 B S4 FUEL 100, 115, JET Al + LRA Class I, ARFF Index D H-2G, L-5C, 6G, A-3G 

NOTAM FILE TJSJ IAP, AD 

RWV 08-26: H10002X200 (ASPH-GRVD) S-100, D-200, DT-350 HIRL 

RWV 08: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 71°. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 26: REIL. Thld dsplcd 220'. Tree. 
RWV 10-28: H8016X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-200, DT-350 HIRL 

RWV 10: PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 49'. Tree. Rgt tfc. RWV 28: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. Trees. 

RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 10: T0RA-8016 TODA-8016 ASDA-8016 LDA-8016 

RWV 28: T0RA-8015 TODA-8016 ASDA-8016 LDA-8016 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. 48 hr PPR required for parking of general aviation and DC3 type acft or 

larger. Send PPR req to Puerto Rico Port Authority at 787-253-0979, 787-791-2908, 939-630-8862. Acft 

without credit with Puerto Rico Port Authority must pay all charges before departure. Twy J clsd to acft with 

greater than 118' wingspan. Ldgfee. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. NOTE: See Special 

Notices — Continuous Power Facilities. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (787) 791-6200. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 125.8 UNICOM 123.0 

SAN JUAN RCO 126.7 123.65 122.2 (SAN JUAN RADIO) 
® SAN JUAN APP/DEP CON 120.9 (North and East) 119.4 {West and Southwest) 

SAN JUAN TOWER 132.05 6ND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 126.4 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TJSJ. 

SAN JUAN (H)VORTACW 114.0 SJU Chan 87 N18°26.78' W65°59.37' at fid. 7/11W. 

PATTV NDB (MHW/LOM) 330 SJ N18°24.54' W66°05.37' 081° 5.3 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.7 l-CLA Rwy 10. Class IB. 

ILS 110.3 l-SJU Rwy 08. Class IA. LOM PATTY NDB. LOC unusable from 0.8 NM inbound to thld. LOC 
Back Course unusable. GS unusable byd 5° left of localizer course. LOC unusable byd 15 NM bio 2300'. GS 
unusable bio 180 ft. 

SAN JUAN N18-26.78' W65°59.37' NOTAM FILE TJSJ. PUERTO RICO-VIRGIN ISLAND TAC 

(H)VORTACW 114.0 SJU Chan 87 at Luis Munoz Marin Intl. 7/11W. H-2F, L-5C, 6G 

VORTAC unusable: 

120°-164° byd 10 NM bio 9,000' 165°-260° byd 28 NM bio 5,000' 

RCO 126.7 123.65 122.2 (SAN JUAN RADIO) 



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291 



AIKEN MUNI (AIK) 6 N UTC-5(-4DT) N33°38.96' W81°41.10 
528 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 07-25: H5500X100 (ASPH-AFSC) S-22, D-65, ST-82 MIRL 
RWV 07: PAPI(P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 22'. 
RWV 25: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. 
RWV 01-15: H3800X75 (ASPH-AFSC) S-22 MIRL 0.9% up S 

RWV 01: Tree. RWV 19: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-2300Zt-. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 07-25 

and ODALS Rwy 25— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.025 (803) 643-8654. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RCO 122.45 (ANDERSON RADIO) 
® AUGUSTA APP/DEP CON 119.15 (1145-0400Z:t) 
® COLUMBIA APP/DEP CON 124.15 (0400-1145Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND 

COLLIERS (H)VORTAC 113.9 IRQ Chan 86 N33°42.44' 

W82°09.72' 102° 24.1 NM to fid. 428/04W. 
NDB (MHW) 347 AIK N33°39.11' W81°40.62' at fid. 
Unmonitored 2300-1300Z:t. 



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NDB (LOM) 335 FL 089° 6.4 NM to Florence Rgnl. 



ALLENDALE CO (88J) 2 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N32°59.71' W81°16.21' CHARLOTTE 

161 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND H-9B, 12F, L-241 

RWV 17-35: H5005X75 (ASPH) S-26, D-34 MIRL IAP 

RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 26'. Tree. RWY 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 26'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200ZJ:. For fuel or svc after hrs call 803-584-2060. 5' drainage structure 

located 1220' from Rwy 17 thld and 75' left. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35 and PAPI Rwy 17 and Rwy 35— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122. 1R 116. 7T (ANDERSON RADIO) 
® JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

VANCE (L)VORTAC 110.4 VAN Chan 41 N33°28.49' W80°26.92' 241° 50.4 NM to fid. 140/06W. 
(L)VOR 116.7 ALD N33°00.75' W81°17.53' 134° 1.5 NM to fid. 
VOR unusable: 

360"-035° bio 3000' 217°-314° bio 3000' 

036"-134° bio 6000' 315°-325° byd 10 NM bio 3000' 

135°-145" byd 10 NM bio 6000' 326°-341° bio 3000' 

146"-216° bio 6000' 342°-359° 



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ANDERSON RGNL (AND) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°29.68' W82°42.56' ATLANTA 

782 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE AND H-9B, 12F, L-25C 

RWY 05-23: H6002X149 (ASPH) S-50.5, D-67.5, ST-85 HIRL IAP 

RWY 05: MALSR. PAPI(P4L). Trees. RWY 23: SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 30'. Trees. 

RWY 17-35: H4996X149 (ASPH) S-16.5, D-23 0.9% up N 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1230-0030Z:t. For svc call 864-260-4163. Arpt unattended Thanksgiving, Christmas 

and New Years Day. After hours, 100LL fuel avbl by self-service. CLOSED to unscheduled air carrier ops with 

more than 30 passenger seats except 24 hr PPR call arpt manager 864-260-4163. Rwy 17-35 not avbl for air 

carrier use. Rwy 17-35 widespread cracks. Wildlife on and invof arpt, more active at dusk and dawn. Profile of 

Rwy 05-23 restricts visibility from thld Rwy 05 to thld Rwy 23. Twy Igts from apron to Rwy 05 only. ACTIVATE 

HIRL Rwy 05-23, MALSR Rwy 05— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 120.675 (864) 226-9522. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 123.6 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 123.6 122.2 (ANDERSON RADIO) 
® 6REER APP/DEP CON 118.8 (1100-0445Z:t) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.5 (0445-1100Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. VHF/DF etc FSS. 

ELECTRIC CITY (L) VORTACW 108.6 ELW Chan 23 N34°25.15' W82°47.08' 040° 5.9 NM to fid. 736/00E. 

ILS 111.9 l-AND Rwy 05. Class IB. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Ctc Anderson Radio for airport advisory service on 123.6. 

HELIPAD HI: H50X50 (CONC) S-30 
HELIPAD H2: H50X50 (CONC) S-30 

HELIPORT REMARKS: Helicopters with skids are restricted to land on helipads or grassed areas. ACTIVATE perimeter 
Igts HI and H 2— CTAF. 



ANDREWS N33°27.09' W079°31.64' NOTAM FILE AND. 

NDB(MHW)255 PHH at Robert F. Swinnie. Unusable byd 20 NM. 



CHARLOTTE 
L— 241 



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CHARLOTTE 
L-241 

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ROBERT F SWINNIE (PHH) 2E UTC-5(-4DT) N33 o 27.10' W79°31.57 
26 B NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 18-30: H3001X60 (ASPH) S-ll, D-22 
RWY 18: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 38'. Tree. 
RWY 38: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 34'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 18-36 MIRL OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® MYRTLE BEACH APP/DEP CON 127.4 (1100-0400Z:t) 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.7 (0400-1100Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHS. 

CHARLESTON (H)VORTAC 113.5 CHS Chan 82 N32°53.66 

W80°02.27' 043° 42.2 NM to fid. 39/05W. HIWAS. 
ANDREWS NDB (MHW) 255 PHH N33°27.09' W079°31.64' 
at fid. Unusable byd 20 NM. NOTAM FILE AND. 





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NDB (HW/LOM) 329 CH 153° 5.5 NM to Charleston AFB/lntl. 



CHARLOTTE 
H-9C, L-23A, 241 



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293 



BAMBERG CO (99N) 5W UTC-5(-4DT) N33°18.27' W81°06.51 
231 B NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 05-23: H3603X60 (ASPH) S-30 D-60 MIRL 

RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWV 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. MIRL Rwy 05-23 opr dusk-0300Z:t, 

after 0300Z:t ACTIVATE MIRL and PAPI Rwy 05-23— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122. 8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OGB. 

EDISTO (T) VORW/DME 111.4 EDS Chan 51 N33°27.34' 
W80°51.51' 239° 15.5 NM to fid. 189/05W. 




CHARLOTTE 

H-9B, 12F, L-241 

IAP 



BARNWELL RGNL (BNL) 1 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N33°15.48' W81°23.28' 
246 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 05-23: H4835X70 (ASPH) S-12 
RWV 17-35: H5119X100 (ASPH) S-20, D-60 MIRL 

RWV 17: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2200ZJ:. Self svc fuel and 93 octane avbl with credit card. Parachute Jumping 

Rwy 05-23 pavement cracked with grass growing through producing loose stones. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.775 (803) 259-4536. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CAE. 

COLUMBIA (H)VORTAC 114.7 CAE Chan 94 N33°51.44' W81°03.24' 207° 39.6 NM to fid. 400/02W. 

BEAUFORT CO (ARW) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N32°24.73' W80°38.06 
9 B FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1009(1000) NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 07-25: H3434X75 (ASPH) S-12. 5 MIRL 
RWV 07: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.45° TCH 29'. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 25: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 21'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-OOOOZd;. Self svc fuel avbl 24 hrs. 
Parachute Jumping. Deer, seagulls and geese on and invof arpt. 
Rwy 25 has 5' bushes 100' from thld. MIRL Rwy 07-25 preset 
low ints, to increase ints — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.675 (843) 524-1000. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® BEAUFORT APP/DEP CON 118.45 Mon-Thur (1200-0400ZJ:), Fri 
(1200-2300ZJ:), Clsd holidays. 
JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.85 Mon-Thur (0400-1200ZJ:) 
Fri-Sun (2300-1200ZJ:). 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAV. 

SAVANNAH (H)VORTAC 115.95 SAV Chan 106(Y) N32°08.78' 

W81°11.95' 067° 32.8 NM to fid. 9/6W. HIWAS. 
ASR (Mon-Fri 1100-0500ZJ:, Sat 1300-2100ZJ;, Sun 
2000-0400ZJ:) 




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294 



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(NBC)(KNBC) MC 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9B, 12F, L-241 

DIAP, AD 



BEAUFORT MCAS (merritt fld) 

N32°28.S3' W80°43.15' 

37 B TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index Ltd. NOTAM FILE AND Not insp. 

RWY 05-23: H12202X200 (PEM) PCN 59 R/C/W/T HIRL 

RWY 05: SALSF. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. RWY 23: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 53'. 

RWY 14-32: H7999X200 (PEM) PCN 64 R/D/W/T HIRL 

RWY 14: PAPI (P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. RWY 32: PAPI (P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

RWY 10-28: H6425X150 (ASPH) 

RWY 18-36: H3941X150 (ASPH) 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 05 HOOK E28(B) (2050') HOOK E28(B) (1900') RWY 23 

RWY 14 HOOK E28(B) (1250') HOOK E28(B) (1248') RWY 32 

MILITARY SERVICE: A-GEAR E-28 on all rwys and in raised position except on Idg rwy. FUEL J5 TRAN ALERT Tran svc 
avbl 1200-2300Z:t Mon-Fri only CLOSED natl hoi. (See RSTD for additional tran acft info). Tran acft expect truck 
refuel. Tran acft maint unavbl. Tran aviation ordnance svc avbl. Lavatory svc unavbl. Jasu, fluid, and oil unavbl. 

MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Thu 1200-0400Zt, Fri 1200-2300Z:t, CLOSED holidays. Other times open by NOTAM 
for special ops only. RSTD Rwy 10-28 and Rwy 18-36 CLOSED until further notice. Due to limited tran svc avbl. 
Prior ntc all inbound tran acft to include AMC, JOSAC, alternate afld and diverts. Prior ntc approval good for +/- 
1 hr of coordinated time. Ctc Base OPS DSN 335-7301/2/3/ C843-228-7301/2/3. Fax DSN 335-7874, 
C843-228-7874. Heavy acft rstd from use of VIP line. CAUTION Severe bird activity Oct-Apr. Wildlife on rwy during 
periods of darkness. Check ATIS for bird aircraft strike hazard updates. TFC PAT TPA — Overhead 1500(1463), 
conventional 800(763), helicopter call entering Class D Airspace bio 800(763). Multiple apch Rwy 32 not 
authorized. Reduced rwy separation standard in effect USN/USMC acft. Touch and go duty rwy only. CSTMS/AG/IMG 
Ltd CSTMS/AG avbl mil acft only, 24 hr prior notice rqr. Ctc Customs DSN 335-6161, C843-228-6161. MISC All 
acft with passenger, cargo, VIP ctc PTD 20 min prior to landing. ALCE team require for all AMC mission. 

COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 256.15 (Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z:t, Fri 1200-2300Z:t, clsd Sat-Sun and holidays.) 
® APP/DEP CON 123.7 328.425 (3000' and bio) 118.45 292.125 (abv 3000') (Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z:t, 

Fri 1200-2300Z:t), other times ctc 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.85 322.5 

TOWER 119.05 342.875 363.15(Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z:t, Fri 1200-2300Z:t, clsd Sat-Sun and holidays.) 
GND CON/CLNC DEL 128.15 348.625 (Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z4:. Fri 1200-2300Z:t, clsd Sat-Sun and holidays) 
PMSV METRO 264.5 (Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z:t, Fri 1200-2300Zt, clsd holidays) BASE OPS 281.8 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Thu 1200-0400Z:t, Fri 1200-2300Z:t, clsd holidays, other times Class E. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

(L)TACAN Chan 42 NBC (110.5) N32°28.74' W80°43.04' at fid. 49/5W. TACAN unusable 300°-010° byd 

30 NM bio 5,000'. Unavbl Mon-Fri 0400-1200Z:t and all day weekends except when afld is open by NOTAM. 
ASR/PAR 

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



BENNETTSVILLE N34°37.21' W79°43.99' NOTAM FILE AND. 
NDB(MHW)230 BES at Marlboro Co. Jetport-H.E. Avent Fid. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-24J, 25E, 35A, 36E 



BENNETTSVILLE 

MARLBORO CO JETPORT-H.E. AVENT FLD (bbpj 3w utc-5(-4dt) 

147 B FUEL 100, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 

RWY 06-24: H5003X74 (ASPH) S-28, D-43, DT-70 MIRL 

RWY 06: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

RWY 24: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Z:t, Sun 

1800-2200Z:t. For svc Sun call FBO 843-454-2303. For fuel 

after hrs call 843-862-4359. For FBO call 843-479-4797. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 123.825 (843)479-5817. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

FLORENCE APP/DEP CON 118.6 (1130-0300Z:t) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.45 (0300-1130Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLO. 

FLORENCE (H)VORTAC 115.2 FLO Chan 99 N34°13.98' 
W79°39.43' 354° 23.6 NM to fid. 110/03W. HIWAS. 

BENNETTSVILLE NDB(MHW) 230 BES N34°37.21' W79°43.99' 
at fid. NOTAM FILE AND. 



N34°37.30' W79°44.06' 
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295 



BERKELEY CO (see moncks corner) 



BISHOPVILLE 

LEE CO-BUTTERS FLD (52J) 

211 NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 06-24: H3200X60 (ASPH) 



2 N UTC-5(-4DT) N34°14.67' W80°14.16' 



CHARLOTTE 
L-24J, 25E, 36E 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 
CHESTERFIELD (L) VOR/DME 108.2 CTF 



Chan 19 N34°39.03' W80°16.50' 178° 24.4 NM to fid. 560/03W. 



BRANHAMS (see darlington) 



CALAB N33°53.12' W78°37.80' NOTAM FILE CRE. 
NDB(L0M)267 CR 233° 6.4 NM to Grand Strand. 



CALHOUN FALLS 

HESTER MEML (0A2) IE UTC-5(-4DT) N34 o 05.42' W82°34.07' ATLANTA 

517 NOTAM FILE AND L-241 

RWV 10-28: H3917X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 LIRL 

RWV 10: Tree. RWV 28: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Remote controlled acft invof arpt. Rwy 10-28 and apron cracking badly. Grass coming 

up thru cracks. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

ELECTRIC CITV (L) VORTACW 108.6 ELW Chan 23 N34°25.15' W82°47.08' 151° 22.5 NM to fid. 736/00E. 



CAMDEN 



WOODWARD FLO (CON) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N34°17.02' W80°33.89 
302 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 06-24: H 5000X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-55, DT-90 MIRL 

RWV 06: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Tree. 

RWV 24: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 28'. Tree. 
RWV 14-32: H2998X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-55, DT-90 

RWV 14: Tree. RWV 32: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z4:. For after hrs svc Sat-Sun, 

call 803-260-1128 or 803-446-0214. Aerobatic box overhead 

arpt up to 4000' during dalgt hrs. MIRL Rwy 06-24 preset low 

ints; to increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 06 and Rwy 

24-CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.975 (803) 424-1979. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® SHAWAPP/DEP CON 125.4 (1200-0430Z:t:) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.7 (0430-1200Z°f) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

CHESTERFIELD (L) VOR/DME 108.2 CTF Chan 19 N34°39.03' 
W80°16.50' 216° 26.3 NM to fid. 560/03W. 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9B. 12G, L-24J.25D 

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CHARLESTON AFB/INTL (CHS)(KCHS) CIV/MIL 9 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N32°53.92' W80°02.43' charlotte 
46 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A1+ 0X1 TPA— See Remarks LRA H-9C, 12F, L-24I 

Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE CHS IAP, AD 

RWY 15-33: H9001X200 (CONC-GRVD) S-125, D-275, DT-350, DDT-775 PCN 51 R/B/W/T HIRL CL 
RWY 15: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. 
RWY 33: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RWY 03-21: H7000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-125, D-275, DT-350, DDT-775 PCN 66 R/B/W/T HIRL 0.3% up 
NE 

RWY 03: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. TCH 50'. RWY 21: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°. TCH 50'. 

LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

DIST AVDL 
5550 
5700 
2900 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 15 <- BAK-12A(B) (1250') BAK-12A(B) (1460') -> RWY 33 

MILITARY SERVICE: KCHS mil provides no security and no acft svcs at FBO's and commercial terminal. LGT: Afld 
rotating ben not visible from northwest. A-GEAR Rwy 15-33 BAK 12A rqr lhr prior notice. JASU 8(MD-3M) 
2(MA-1A) (M32A-60) (M32A-60A) FUEL J8 (FBO's, C843-746-7600; C843-414-9200). (NC-100LL, A1+) All 
acft requiring fuel, please have in your possession the white DD form 1896 fuel card, US government air card or 
your base billing information. FLUID SOAP— Routine SOAP samples not avbl; SP PRESAIR LHOX LOX 
OIL Non-detergent oil not avbl for piston acft. 0-128-133-148(Mil). 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Rwy 03-21 CLOSED monthly 2nd Thu 1330-2200Z:t. Rwy 15-33 CLOSED 
last Thu of each month 1330-2200Z:L-. Intensive heavy military jets and other miscellaneous acft executing 
numerous cargo and personnel drops, high speed low-level formation flights and miscellaneous air-to-ground 
ops. No student solo touch and go Idg allowed. PPR for parking of general aviation acft on terminal ramp etc 
843-767-1100. Parking on terminal apron restricted to commercial air carrier and acft for customs clearance by 
prior arrangement only. Railroad cars frequently parked at approach end of Rwy 21. Railroad cars 25' AGL and 
1000' from Rwy 21 thld. Gravel piles, up to 50' AGL located 1000' from Rwy 21 thld. Flight Notification Service 
(ADCUS) avbl. 

MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remark. RSTD Transient-acft for military ramp Follow-Me rgr. All 
acft must etc Palmetto OPS prior to entering military ramp for parking assignment. Rwy condition reading not 
avbl. Intersection twy on mil ramp in front of spot 29-34 clsd to through tfc. All inbound VIP Code 7 or higher, 
passenger, cargo acft must etc Palmetto OPS no later than 30 min prior to Idg. AMC acft ops rstd during Bird 
Watch condition moderate (tkf or Idg permission only when dep/arr route avoid identification bird activity, no 
local IFR/VFR tfc pattern activity) and severe (tkf and Idg prohibited without OG/CC approval), etc Palmetto OPS 
for current Bird Watch condition. Non-AMC aircrews requesting Remain Overnight sve etc Comd Post (Palmetto 
0PS)DSN 673-8400, 0843-963-8400 prior arrival. Terminal apron restricted to commercial air carrier and acft 
for Customs clearance by PPR. Request C-5 and B-747 acft taxi with outboard engines at idle. CAUTION Rwy 
15-33 raised apch Igt in ovrn, Rwy 03 ovrn 800'. Rwy 21 from thld frequently parked train cars (25' AGL) 1000' 
from thld and gravel piles (to 50' AGL) 1500'. Twy D wingtip cine line 161' from twy centerline. Rwy 13-33 no 
rwy end Igt. Rwy 15-33 1' raised thld Igt. Rwy 15-33 1000' ovrn has frangible raised apch Igt. Wingtip cine lines 
on military ramp inter-twy 115' from centerline. Twy D and military ramp uncontrolled movement area. Twy into 
military Aero Club ramp unlgtd. Military ramp acft etc CHS GND Control for engine start and taxi. TFC PAT 
TPA— Rectangular 1200 (1154), overhead 1700 (1654), light acft 700 (654), C5A 2000 (1954). NS ABTMT 
Practice circle approach prohibited 0200-llOOZ^:. MISC Temporary storage of classified materials: up to Secret 
at Base Ops and Top Secret at Comd Post. Rwy condition reading not avbl. Base OPS DSN 673-3024, 
C843-963-3024. If civil side of arpt is final destination, acft commander will so indicate on DD 175. Dangerous 
cargo acft etc PTD primary, Palmetto OPS secondary. All AMC mission acft etc Palmetto OPS when within radio 
range. Airfield surface wx observations taken in accordance with FAA criteria, not Air Force criteria. Mil wx 
advisory/warning avbl on request via Metro. LLWAS. Mil wx clsd Mon-Fri, 0100-llOOZt, clsd Sat, Sun and hoi. 
Wx briefings for tran aircrews byd normal opr hr avbl via 26 OWS/Barksdale AFB, DSN 781-3952/3949/1212; 
C318-456-3949/1212. Military Aero Club acft etc CHS ground control prior to taxi. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (843) 554-9862. HIWAS 113.5 CHS. LLWAS. 

COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 124.75 UNICOM 122.95 PTD 372.2 
RCO 122. 1R 113. 5T (ANDERSON RADIO) 
RCO 113. 5T 122.2 122.5 (ANDERSON RADIO) 
® APP CON 120.7 306.925 (151°-330°) 135.8 379.925 ^l^lSO ) 119.3 284.0 317.45 
® DEP CON 120.7 306.925 (151°-330°) 135.8 379.925 (331°-150°) 

TOWER 126.0 239.0 GND CON 121.9 348.6 CLNC DEL 127.325 291.65 

PALMETTO OPS 134.1 349.4 (Have quick timing avbl 255.5) PMSV METRO 233.95 

AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve continuous etc APP CON 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHS. 

(H)VORTAC 113.5 CHS Chan 82 N32°53.66' W80°02.27' at fid. 39/05W. HIWAS. 

ASHLY NDB (HW/LOM) 329 CH N32°58.58' W80°05.85' 153° 5.5 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.7 l-CHS Rwy 15. Class ME. LOM ASHLY NDB. 

ILS 108.9 l-CCI Rwy 33. Class ID. ILS/LOC unusable byd 20° right of course. 



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N32°42.05' W80°00.18' 



CHARLOTTE 

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CHARLESTON EXECUTIVE (jzi) e sw utc-5(-4dt 

17 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 09-27: H5000X150 (CONC) S-45, D-56 HIRL 

RWV 00: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 49'. Tree. RWY 27: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 43'. 

RWV 04-22: H4313X150 (CONC) S-45, D-56 MIRL 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0300Z:):. Arpt CLOSED to single-wheel acft with published maximum tkf weight 

over 45,000 lbs and dual wheel acft with published maximum tkf weight over 56,000 lbs. Deer and birds on and 

invof arpt. Uneven/broken pavement on Rwy 09-27. Rwy 09-27 pavement showing extensive wear and 

deterioration. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 04-22 and HIRL Rwy 09-27— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 123.775 (843) 559-3123 HIWAS 113.5 CHS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® APP/DEP CON 120.7 CLNC DEL 119.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHS. 

CHARLESTON (H)VORTAC 113.5 CHS Chan 82 N32°53.66' W80°02.27 
HIWAS. 

ILS/DME 110.7 l-ETI Chan 44 Rwy 09. 



176° 11.7 NM to fid. 39/05W. 



1.0% up W 



CHERAW MUNI/LYNCH BELLINGER FLD ( cqw) 3 nw utc-5(- 4 dt) 

239 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 08-26: H5000X75 (ASPH-PFC) S-30, D-48 MIRL 

RWV 08: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.45° TCH 33'. Pole. 

RWV 26: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2300ZJ;, Sun 

1800-2200ZJ;. MIRL Rwy 08-26 preset low ints, to increase ints 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 08-26 PAPI Rwy 08, Rwy 26, REIL Rwy 08, 

Rwy 26 and wind cone Igt — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.175 (843) 537-3301. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

FLORENCE APP/DEP CON 118.6 (1130-0300ZJ:) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.45 (0300-1130ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

CHESTERFIELD (L) VOR/DME 108.2 CTF Chan 19 
W80°16.50' 080° 16.2 NM to fid. 560/03W 

ND6(MHW)409 CQW N34°44.51' W79°51.94 
NM to fid. 



N34°42.77' W79°57.42' CHARLOTTE 

H-90, 12G, L-24J, 25E, 35A, 36E 

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CHESTER CATAWBA RGNL (dcmj sn utc-5(-4dt) N34°47.36' wsi°ii.75' 

656 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 

RWV 17-35: H 5000X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-44 MIRL 0.4% up N 
RWV 17: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.1° TCH 34'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 35: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 33'. Tree. 
RWV 05-23: H4998X100 (ASPH) S-4, D-12 0.4% up SW 

RWV 05: Tree. Rgt tfc. RWY 23: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300ZJ;, Sat 

1300-0100ZJ;, Sun 1800-0100ZJ;. Parachute Jumping. Rwy 
05-23 severely aged and cracked. Grass beginning to grow 
through cracks. Rwy 23 dirt access road 0' from thld. ACTIVATE 
MIRL Rwy 17-35 and PAPI Rwy 17 and Rwy 35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.975 (803) 385-2011. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 120.05 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLT. 

CHARLOTTE (L) VORW/DME 115.0 CLT Chan 97 N35°11.42' 

W80°57.11' 212° 26.9 NM to fid. 732/05W. HIWAS. 
FORT MILL (L)VORTAC 112.4 FML Chan 71 N34°59.34' 
W80°57.29' 227° 16.9 NM to fid. 645/02W. NOTAM FILE 
AND. SHUTDOWN. 
NDB (MHW) 220 DCM N34°47.21' W81°12.07' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE AND. 




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CHESTERFIELD N34°39.03' W80°16.50' NOTAM file and. charlotte 

(DVOR/DME 108.2 CTF Chan 19 080° 16.1 NM to Cheraw Muni/Lynch Bellinger Fid. 560/03W. L-24J, 25E, 3BE 
RCO 122. 05R 108. 2T (ANDERSON RADIO) 



CLEMSON N34°40.43' W82°53.21' NOTAM FILE CEU. 
NDB(MHW)257 CEU at Oconee County Rgnl. 



ATLANTA 
L-25C 



CLEMSON 

OCONEE COUNTY RGNL <ceu) sw utc-5(-4dt) 

892 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE CEU 
RWY 07-25: H4400X100 (ASPH) S-26 MIRL 

RWY 07: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 25: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-0000Z:t. Parachute 

Jumping. No line of sight between rwy ends. Acft may be operating 

from private arpt 1 NM W-NW of arpt. MIRL Rwy 07-25 high ints 

OTS indef. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 07-25— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.275 (864) 882-0144. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® GREER APP/DEP CON 118.8 (1100-0445Z:t) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.8 (0445-llOOZt) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

FOOTHILLS (H) VORTAC 113.4 ODF Chan 81 N34°41.75' 
W83°17.86' 094° 20.4 NM to fid. 1700/OOE. 

CLEMSON NDB (MHW) 257 CEU N34°40.43' W82°53.21' 
at fid. NOTAM FILE CEU. 



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CLIO CROP CARE (9W9) 2 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N34°33.69' W79°32.29' 
192 TPA— 792(600) NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 05-23: 2598X125 (TURF) 

RWY 05: Tree. RWY 23: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300Z:t-dusk, Sat 1300-1700Z:t. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



COLLIERS N33°42.44' W82°09.72' NOTAM FILE AND. 

(H) VORTAC 113.9 IRQ Chan 86 161° 15.7 NM to Daniel Fid, GA. 428/04W. 
RCO 122. 1R 113. 9T (ANDERSON RADIO) 



ATLANTA 
H-9B, L-241 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



299 



COLUMBIA 



I 5 SW 
OX 1, 3 



S-72, D-225, ST-175, 



COLUMBIA METROPOLITAN <cae 

236 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 

NOTAM FILE CAE 
RWV 11-29: H8601X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 

DT-409, DDT-700 HIRL CL 

RWV 11: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 72'. 

RWV 29: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)-GA 3.0° TCH 78'. 0.5% up. 
RWV 05-23: H8001X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-200, 

ST-175, DT-355, DDT-675 HIRL 

RWV 05: MALSR. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 60'. 0.4% down. 

RWV 23: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 54'. Thld dsplcd 1000 

Tree. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



UTC-5(-4DT) N33°56.33' W81°07.17' 
TPA — See Remarks LRA Class I, ARFF Index C 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9D, 12E, L-241 

IAP, AD 



RWV 05: 
RWV 11 
RWV 23: 
RWV 29: 



TORA-8001 
T0RA-8601 
TORA-8001 
T0RA-8601 



TODA-8001 
TODA-8601 
TODA-8001 
TODA-8601 



ASDA-7001 
ASDA-8601 
ASDA-8001 
ASDA-8601 



LDA-7001 
LDA-8601 
LDA-7001 
LDA-8601 




AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Acft Idg with explosives 

obtain PPR from arpt ops 803-822-5050. All 180° turns on 

grooved surfaces prohibited. Surface Touchdown rwy visual range 

avbl Rwy 05-23. Touchdown, midpoint and rollout rwy visual range 

avbl Rwy 11. Touchdown, midfield and rollout rwy visual range avbl 

Rwy 29. Helipad HI located north of Twy P between Twy M and Twy R. Fee for commercial aircraft over 15,000 

pounds. Opr of ultralight vehicles prohibited. TPA for propeller acft 1236(1000); TPA for turboprop 2036(1800). 

Sports complex with numerous flood Igts approximately 6500' from apch end Rwy 11. Noise abatement 

procedure: No turns bio 1000' for turbine engine acft unless directed by ATC. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (803) 822-4168 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 120.15 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.65 (ANDERSON RADIO) 

RCO 122. 1R 114. 7T (ANDERSON RADIO) 
® APP/DEP CON 124.15 (110°-289°) 133.4 (290°-109°) 

TOWER 119.5 GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 119.75 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CAE. 

(H)VORTAC 114.7 CAE Chan 94 N33°51.44' W81°03.24' 328° 5.9 NM to fid. 400/02W. 
VOR portion unusable: 

327°-073° byd 10 NM bio 4000'. 

MURRV NDD (LOM) 362 CA N33°58.03' W81°14.68' 112° 6.5 NM to fid. LOM unmonitored. 

ILS 110.3 l-CAE Rwy 11. Class HIE. LOM MURRY NDB. LOM unmonitored. 

ILS 108.3 l-VYK Rwy 29. Class IB. MM OTS indef. 

ILS 108.95 l-GJC Rwy 05. 

ASR 



HELIPAD H1: H50X50 (CONC) PERIMETER LGTS 



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300 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



JIM HAMILTON L.B. OWENS (CUB) 2 S UTC-5(-4DT) N33°58.23' W80°59.72 
194 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1001(807) NOTAM FILE CUB 
RWY 13-31: H5011X75 (ASPH) S-20, D-40 MIRL 

RWY 13: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 70'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 31: REIL. PAPI(P2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 391'. Tree. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 13: TORA-4999 T0DA-4999 ASDA-4999 LDA-4999 

RWY 31: TORA-4999 T0DA-4999 ASDA-4999 LDA-4599 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0300Z1;. For svc after hrs call 

803-771-7915. Railroad switching yard parallel to Rwy 13-31. 

Rwy 13 is designated calm wind rwy. Avoid noise sensitive area N 

of arpt bio 1500'. No Northbound departure turns either rwy bio 

1500'. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 13-31 and REIL Rwy 13 and 

31— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.675 (803) 929-0665 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® COLUMBIA APP/DEP CON 133.4 CLNC DEL 124.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CAE. 

COLUMBIA (H)VORTAC 114.7 CAE Chan 94 N33°51.44' 
W81°03.24' 025° 7.4 NM to fid. 400/02W. 

ILS/DME 110.9 l-CUB Chan 46 Rwy 31. LOC only. 

ASR 




CONWAY-HORRY CO (HYW) 3W UTC-5(-4DT) N33°49.71' W79°07.33' 
35 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A, A+ TPA— 1035(1000) NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 04-22: H4401X75 (ASPH) S-12.5, D-20 MIRL 
RWY 04: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 39'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 22: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 36'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0100Z:t. MIRL Rwy 04-22, PAPI Rwy 
04 and Rwy 22 opr dusk-0500Z:t, after 0500Zt- ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.525 (843) 397-8046. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® MYRTLE BEACH APP/DEP CON 127.4 (1100-0400Z:t) 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.7 (0400-1100Z:t) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRE. 

GRAND STRAND (L)VORTAC 117.6 CRE Chan 123 N33°48.83' 

W78°43.47' 276° 19.9 NM to fid. 20/03W. 
HORRY NDB (MHW) 370 HYW N33°49.40' W79°07.69' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE AND. NDB unmonitored. 




CORONACA N34°15.22' W82°05.17' NOTAM FILE GRD. 
NDB (MHW) 239 GIW 269° 3.6 NM to Greenwood Co. 



ATLANTA 
L-241 



DARLINGTON 



BRANHAMS (6J7) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°16.93' W79°55.72' CHARL 

165 B S2 NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 16-34: 3200X100 (TURF) LIRL 

RWY 16: VASI(V2L). Trees. Rgt tfc. RWY 34: VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 45'. Road. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2200Z:t, Sat-Sun on call. On call phone 803-467-6941. Rwy 16-34 

slightly bumpy in some areas. Arpt rotating ben OTS indef. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 16-34, VASI Rwy 34 — CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 



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301 



N34°26.96' W79°53.40 



DARLINGTON CO JETPORT <udg) sn utc-5(-4dt) 

192 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE UDG 
RWV 05-23: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 

RWV 05: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 

RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. Tree. 
RWV 10-28: H4947X150 (ASPH) S-25 

RWV 10: Tree. RWV 28: Tree. 

RWV 10-34: H4751X150 (ASPH) S-25 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Zt.. After hrs svc call 

843-393-9928. Rwy 10-28 markings are not visible through 

grass growing through cracks in pavement. Rwy 34 grass has rwy 

markings obscured. Rwy 16-34 has severe cracking with grass 

growing through cracks entire rwy. Twy Igts opr and MIRL Rwy 

05-23 are preset low ints dusk-0400Zt-, to increase ints — CTAF. 

After 0400Zt ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23, REIL Rwy 05 and Rwy 

23 and twy Igts— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.925 (843) 393-8220. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNIC0M 123.0 

FLORENCE APP/DEP CON 118.6 (1130-0300Z:t) CLNC DEL 118.55 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.45 (0300-1130Z1;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLO. 

FLORENCE (H)VORTAC 115.2 FLO Chan 99 N34°13.98' 
W79°39.43' 321° 17.4 NM tofld. 110/03W. HIWAS. 

NDB (MHW) 245 UDG N34°26.60' W79°53.24' at fid. NOTAM FILE AND. NDB unmonitored. 




DILLON CO (DLC) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N34°26.94' W79°22.12' 
133 B NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 07-25: H3000X60 (ASPH-AFSC) S-10 MIRL 0.5% up W 

RWV 07: Pole. RWV 25: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 07-25 has cracks, spalling and 

grass growing thru cracks. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
FLORENCE APP/DEP CON 118.6 (1130-0300Z:t) 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.45 (0300-1130ZT.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLO. 

FLORENCE (H)VORTAC 115.2 FLO Chan 99 N34°13.98' 
W79°39.43' 051° 19.3 NM tofld. 110/03W. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 274 DLC N34°27.01' W79°22.13' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE AND. 



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DORCHESTER N33°03.68'W80°16.64' NOTAM FILE AND. 
NDB (MHW) 365 DYB at Summerville. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-241 



DYANA N34°41.46' W82°26.62' NOTAM FILE ANB. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 338 GY 044° 5.2 NM to Donaldson Center. Unmonitored 0200-1200Z:t\ 



ATLANTA 
L-24J, 25C 



EDGEFIELD CO (See trenton) 



EDISTO N33°27.34' W80°51.51' NOTAM FILE OGB. 

(T)V0RW/DME 111.4 EDS Chan 51 at Orangeburg Muni. 189/05W. 
VOR/DME unusable bio 3000'. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-241 



ELECTRIC CITY N34°25.15' W82°47.08' NOTAM FILE AND. 

(L)VORTACW 108.6 ELW Chan 23 040° 5.9 NM to Anderson Rgnl. 736/00E. 



ATLANTA 
L-25C 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



302 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



ENOREE N34°18.69' W81°38.16' NOTAM FILE AND. 

NDB(MHW)278 EOE at Newberry County. NDB unmonitored. 


CHARLOTTE 
L-24J 


EVANS N33°51.36' W79°45.95' NOTAM FILE AND. 
NDB{MHW)420 CFY at Lake City Muni CJ Evans Fid. 


CHARLOTTE 
L— 241, 3BE 


FAIRFIELD CO (see winnsboro) 


FAIRMONT N34°54.14' W81°59.09' NOTAM FILE AND. 

NDB (HW) 248 FRT 065° 1.6 NM to Spartanburg Downtown Meml. 


CHARLOTTE 
L-24J, 25C 


FAIRVIEW (See LANDRUM) 



FLORENCE RGNL 

146 B S4 



(FLO) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N34°11.12' W79°43.43' 
FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE FLO 

HIRL 




RWY 09-27: H6502X148 (ASPH-GRVD) S-52, D-77, ST-98, DT-135 
RWY 09: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 58'. 
RWY 27: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 46'. Trees. 
RWY 01-19: H6000X147 (ASPH) S-65, D-lOO, ST-127 MIRL 
0.5% up N 

RWY 01: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 57'. Tree. 
RWY 19: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 42'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1130-0300Z:t. 12 hr PPR for unscheduled 
air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger seats, etc arpt 
manager at 843-669-5001. 442' lighted crane 2 miles NW of 
arpt. When twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 09-27; PAPI Rwy 01, Rwy 
19, Rwy 09 and Rwy 27; MALSR Rwy 09 and twy Igts — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (843) 665-1306. 

HIWAS 115.2 FLO. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 125.1 ATIS 123.625 UNICOM 122.95 
RCO 122.6 (ANDERSON RADIO) 
RCO 122. 1R 115. 2T (ANDERSON RADIO) 
® FLORENCE APP/DEP CON 118.6 (256°-074°) 135.25 (075°-255°) 
(1130-0300Z:t) 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.45 (0300-1130Z1;) 
TOWER 125.1 (1130-0300Z:t) BND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1130-0300Z1; other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLO. 
(H)VORTAC 115.2 FLO Chan 99 
VOR portion unusable: 

089°-125° byd 30 NM bio 3000'. 
126°-194° byd 10 NM. 
195°-223° byd 10 NM bio 4000'. 
DME unusable: 

200°-025° byd 30 NM bio 4000' 
ALCOT NDB (LOM) 335 FL N34°10.44' W79°51.15' 089° 6.4 NM to fid. 
ILS 109.1 l-FLO Rwy 09. Class IB. LOM ALCOT NDB. BC unusable. 
ASR (1130-0300Z:t) 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Frequency 121.5 monitored by Anderson Radio when FLO twr clsd. 

FORT MILL N34°59.34' W80°57.29' NOTAM FILE AND. 

(L)VORTAC 112.4 FML Chan 71 271° 5.1 NM to Rock Hill York Co/Bryant fid. 645/02W. 

VOR portion unusable 115°-123° byd 30 NM bio 3000'. SHUTDOWN. 
RCO 122. 1R 112. 4T (ANDERSON RADIO) 



N34°13.98' W79°39.43' 232° 4.4 NM to fid. 110/03W. HIWAS. 



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GEORGETOWN CO (SGE) 3S UTC-5(-4DT) N33 1S.68' W79°19.22' 
39 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 05-23: H6000X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-60 MIRL 
RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Tree. 
RWV 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 32'. Tree. 
RWV 11-29: H4539X150 (ASPH) S-20, D-30 MIRL 0.3% up W 

RWV 11: Tree. RWV 29: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0200Z+. Rwy 11-29 CLOSED to acft 
12,500 lbs and over. Rwy 11 65' trees 1500' from thld. Rwy 
11-29 entire runway is severely cracking and grass is growing 
through cracks. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.275 (843) 527-3851. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® MVRTLE BEACH APP/DEP CON 127.4 (1100-0400Zt) 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.7 (0400-llOOZt) 
MVRTLE BEACH CLNC DEL 121.725 6C0 119.7 (MYRTLE BEACH 
CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHS. 

CHARLESTON (H)VORTAC 113.5 CHS Chan 82 N32°53.66' 

W80°02.27' 060° 44.0 NM tofld. 39/05W. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 242 GGE N33°18.93' W79°19.47' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE AND. Unmonitored 0200-1200Zt. 



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TWIN LAKES (S17) 4 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N33°38.74' W81°52.02 
540 B NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 06-24: H4000X60 (ASPH) S-12.5 

RWV 06: Thld dsplcd 390'. Tree. 

RWV 24: Thld dsplcd 421'. Fence. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. CLOSED to acft with maximum gross 

weight 10,000 lbs and above. No parking for transient acft. 

ACTIVATE rotating beacon— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

COLLIERS (H)VORTAC 113.9 IRQ Chan 86 N33M2.44' 
W82°09.72' 108° 15.2 NM to fid. 428/04 W. 



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GREEN SEA (S79) 4 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°11.13' W79°01.24' CHARLOTT 

95 NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 09-27: 3600X100 (TURF) 

RWV 09: Tree. RWV 27: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Parachute Jumping. Remote controlled acft invof arpt. Rwy 09 rwy edge marked with 

white cones. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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ATLANTA 

H-9B, 12G, L-24J, 25C 

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GREENVILLE 

DONALDSON CENTER (GYH) 6S UTC-5(-4DT) N34M5.50' W82°22.59' 

955 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1 TPA— 1755 (800) Class IV, ARFF Index A 

NOTAM FILE GYH 
RWY 05-23: H8000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-30, D-120, ST-152, 
DT-200 HIRL 

RWY 05: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.22°TCH 60'. Rgt tfc. 0.3% 
down. 

RWY 23: PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.14° TCH 80'. Trees. 0.6% up. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0000Z:t. CLOSED to air carrier opr 
with more than 30 passenger seats except 24 hr PPR call arpt 
manager 864-277-3152. When twr CLOSED use frequency 
125.95 for clearance delivery. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 05-23 and 
PAPI Rwys 05 and 23, MALSR Rwy 05— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 127.325 (864) 277-5674. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 133.325 UNICOM 122.7 
® OREER APP/DEP CON 118.8 (1100-0445Z1;) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.35 (0445-llOOZi;) 
TOWER 133.325 (1200-0200Z:t.) 

GND CON 121.4 CLNC DEL 121.4 CLNC DEL 125.95 (when twr 
clsd) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0200Z1; other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

SPARTANBURG (H)VORTAC 115.7 SPA Chan 104 N35°02.02' W81°55.62' 235° 27.6 NM to fid. 910/02W 
DYANA NDB (MHW/LOM) 338 GY N34°41.46' W82°26.62' 044° 5.2 NM to fid. Unmonitored 0200-1200Z:t. 
ILS/DME 108.3 l-GYH Chan 20 Rwy 05. Class IA. LOM DYANA NDB. NDB unmonitored 0200-1200Z4:. 
LOC/GS unmonitored 0200-1200Z:t. MM OTS indef. 




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N34°50.88' W82°21.00' 
See Remarks NOTAM FILE GMU 
HIRL 1.1% up N 



ATLANTA 
H-9B, 12G, L-24J, 25C 

IAP, AD 



GREENVILLE DOWNTOWN <gmu) se utc-5(-4dt) 

1048 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,4 TPA- 
RWV 01-13: H5393X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-44, D-60, DT-95 

RWV 01: REIL. MALSF. PAPI(P4L) TCH 35'. 

RWV 19: REIL. PAPI(P4L) TCH 30'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 
RWV 10-28: H3998X80 (ASPH) S-20 MIRL 0.5% up E 

RWV 10: Thld dsplcd 265'. 

RWV 28: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 270'. Tree. 

Rgt tfc. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 10: T0RA-3998 T0DA-3998 ASDA-3728 LDA-3463 

RWV 28: T0RA-3998 T0DA-3998 ASDA-3733 LDA-3463 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWV 01: EMAS 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1000-0300Zt-, Sat-Sun 

1100-1300Z:t. CAUTION — Aircraft operating in Airport Traffic Area 

south thru east be alert forjet and conventional tfc descending on 

Greenville-Spartanburg localizer course. Acft inbound from the 

SSW or on ILS Rwy 01 apch, be alert for tfc 4.5 miles S opr in the 

Donaldson Center arpt tfc pattern at 1800 ft or below. 

TPA— 1848(800) for light aircraft, 2048(1000) for heavy aircraft. 

No acft permitted on Twy C or Twy D when acft greater than 

12,500 lbs is operating on Rwy 10-28. Rwy 10-28 restricted to small acft less than 12,500 lbs when acft is 

operating on Twy C or Twy D. When twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 01-19, REIL Rwy 01, Rwy 19 and perimeter 

lights HI and H2— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 127.075 (864) 239-0014. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.9 UNICOM 122.95 
® GREER APP/DEP CON 118.8 (1100-0445Z:t) ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.35 (0445-llOOZt-) 

TOWER 119.9 (1200-0300ZT-) GND CON 121.25 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0300Z:t. other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

SPARTANBURG (H)VORTAC 115.7 SPA Chan 104 N35°02.02' W81°55.62' 244° 23.6 NM to fid. 910/02W 

JUDKV NDB (LOM) 521 GM N34°46.81' W82°20.99' 005° 4.1 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.7 l-GMU Rwy 01. Class IB. LOM JUDKY NDB. GS unusable bio 1216' MSL. (ILS unmonitored 
when twr closed). 

ASR (1130-0500Z:t) 




Helipad HI: 50 X 50 a 
Helipad H2: 50 X 50 O 



HELIPAD H1: H50X50 (CONC) 
HELIPAD H2: H50X50 (CONC) 
HELIPORT REMARKS: No overnight parking on helipads. ACTIVATE perimeter Igts HI and H2- 



GREENVILLE-SPARTANBURG INTL-ROGER MILLIKEN (see greer) 



GREENWOOD CO (GRD) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N34 14.92' W82°09.5 
631 B S8 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE GRD 
RWV 09-27: H5003X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-57.5 MIRL 

RWV 09: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Tree. 

RWV 27: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2300Zt-, Sun 

1600-2200ZT-. Taxiway A parallel to Rwy 09-27 grade extreme 

with dropoffs each side of taxiway. MIRL Rwy 09-27 preset on 

med ints dusk-0400Z:t; to increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwys 

09 and 27— CTAF; After 0400Zt- ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 09-27 and 

REIL Rwys 09 and 27 and ODALS Rwy 27— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 121.125 (864) 388-9115. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCD 122. 1R 115. 5T (ANDERSON RADIO) 

RCO 122.625 (ANDERSON RADIO) 

GREER APP/DEP CON 120.6 (1100-0445Zt-) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.35 (0445-llOOZt-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GRD. 

(H)VORTAC 115.5 GRD Chan 102 N34°15.09' W82°09.25 
at fid. 630/01W. 

CORONACA NDB (MHW)239 GIW N34°15.22' W82°05.17' 
269° 3.6 NM to fid. 



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ATLANTA 

H-9B, 12B, L-24J, 25C 

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GREENVILLE-SPARTANBURG INTL-ROGER MILLIKEN 

N34°53.74' W82°13.13' 
964 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2,4 LRA 

NOTAM FILE GSP 
RWY 04-22: H11000X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-210, ST-175, DT-625, DDT-975 

RWY 04: ALSF2. TDZL. Rgt tfc. RWY 22: MALSR. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 51'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Fuel icing inhibitor avbl. Rwy 04 and Rwy 22 touchdown, midpoint and 

rollout RVR avbl. Rwy 04 ALSF2 Step 3 only avbl 0445-1100Z:t. When twr is clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 04-22 and 

MALSR Rwy 22— CTAF. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (864) 879-0614. LLWAS 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.1 ATIS 134.25 UNICOM 122.95 

BREER RCO 122.65 122.2 (ANDERSON RADIO) 
® BREER APP/DEP CON 118.8 (West) 119.4 (East) 120.6 (1100-0445Z:t.) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.35 (0445-1100Z:t.) 

BREER TOWER 120.1 (1100-0445Z:t.) END CON 121.9 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc 1100-0445Z:t etc APP CON other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

SPARTANBURG (H)VORTAC 115.7 SPA Chan 104 N35°02.02' W81°55.62' 242° 16.6 NM to fid. 910/02W. 

BREER NDB (LOM) 287 GS N34°48.93' W82°16.81' 038° 5.7 NM to fid. (Unmonitored when twr clsd). 

ILS 109.3 l-GSP Rwy 04. Class HIE. LOM GREER NDB. 

ILS 110.7 l-LMJ Rwy 22. Class IB. (LOC course width 4.25°). ILS unusable 0445-1100Z:t.. 

ASR (1100-0445Zfl 



GREER N34°48.93' W82°16.81' NOTAM FILE GSP. 

NDB (LOM) 287 GS 038° 5.7 NM to Greenville-Spartanburg Intl.-Roger Milliken. 

(Unmonitored when twr clsd). 
RCO 122.65 122.2 (ANDERSON RADIO) at Greenville-Spartansburg Intl.-Roger Milliken. 



ATLANTA 
L-24J, 25C 



HAMPTON— VARNVILLE (3J0) IE UTC-5(-4DT) N32°52.06' W81°04.99' 
113 NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 11-29: H3580X60 (ASPH) S-8 
RWY 11: Tree. 
RWY 29: Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Marked water tank approximately 680' 

from Rwy 29. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAV. 

SAVANNAH (H)VORTAC 115.95 SAV Chan 106(Y) N32°08.78' 
W81°11.95' 014° 43.6 NM to fid. 9/6W. 
HIWAS. 




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HARTSVILLE RGNL (HVS) 3 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N34 24.19' W80°07.15' 
364 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 03-21: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.4% up NE 

RWV 03: PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 28'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 21: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 23'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z+., Sat-Sun 

1400-2200Zt. +300' antenna 2.5 miles SW of arpt. MIRL Rwy 

03-21 preset on low ints dusk-0200Z:t-; to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. After 0200Z+. ACTIVATE MIRL— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.225 (843) 339-9625. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® SHAWAPP/DEP CON 125.4 (1200-0430Z+.) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.7 (0430-1200Z+.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

CHESTERFIELD (L) VOR/DME 108.2 CTF Chan 19 N34°39.03' 
W80°16.50' 155° 16.7 NM to fid. 560/03W. 

NDB (MHW) 341 HVS N34°24.40' W80°07.20' at fid. 



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H E M I N G WAY— ST U C KEY (38J) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N33°43.72' W79°30.96 
54 NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 11-29: H3386X50 (ASPH) S-8 

RWV 11: Tree. RWV 29: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Arpt CLOSED except with PPR. Call 

843-933-0016 for PPR. Rwy 29 75' trees 200' from thld across 

entire apch. Rwy 11 15' dirt road 40' from thld. Rwy 11-29 

cracked with grass growth. Rwy 11-29 pavement is cracking badly 

and has grass growing through cracks. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLO. 

FLORENCE (H)VORTAC 115.2 FLO Chan 99 N34°13.98' 
W79°39.43' 170° 31 NM to fid. 110/03W. HIWAS. 

STUCKEV NDB (MHW) 236 HEK N33°43.71' W79°31.50' 
at fid. NOTAM FILE AND. Out of svc indefinitely. 



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HILTON HEAD ISLAND 

HILTON HEAD (HXD) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N32 13.46' W80°41.85' 
19 B FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 03-21: H4300X100 (ASPH-GRVD) S-55, 0-75, ST-94 MIRL 

RWY 03: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.3° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 299'. Tree. 

RWY 21: REIL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 300'. Tree 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0300Zt-. Deer on and invof arpt. 

Birds on and invof arpt. Parasail ops within 3 NM radius of SAV 

009°/15NM, surface to 1500' during dalgt hrs. CLOSED to 

unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger seats 

except 24 hr PPR call arpt manager 843-689-5400. Noise 

abatement procedures in effect — etc arpt manager 

843-689-5400. Transient parking ramp not visible from twr. 

Non-std separation between rwy and general aviation Twy A. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 03-21 and REIL Rwy 03 and Rwy 21— CTAF. 

NOTE: See Special Notices — VFR Arrivals, VFR Departures. 
WEATHER DATA SOORCES: AWOS-3 121.4 (843) 342-5072. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.975 ATIS 121.4 

RCO 122.55 (ANDERSON RADIO) 
® SAVANNAH APP/DEP CON 125.3 (1100-0500Z:t) CLNC DEL 121.1 

JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.85 (0500-1100Z|) 

TOWER 118.975 (1100-0100Z:t) GND CON 121.1 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D sve 1100-0100Zt other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAV. 

SAVANNAH (H)VORTAC 115.95 SAV Chan 106(Y) N32°08.78' W81°11.95' 
HIWAS. 

ILS/DME 111.3 l-HXD Chan 50 Rwy 21. Localizer only. 




085° 26 NM to fid. 9/6W. 



HOLLY HILL (5J5) 2 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N33 o 18.06' W80°23.64' 
96 NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 04-22: 2900X150 (TURF) 

RWY 04: Tree. RWY 22: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



HORRY N33°49.40' W79°07.69' NOTAM FILE AND. 

NDB(MHW)370 HYW at Conway-Horry Co. NDB unmonitored. 


CHARLOTTE 
L— 241, 35A 


HUGGINS MEML (see timmonsville) 


JIM HAMILTON LB. OWENS (See Columbia) 


JUDKY N34°46.81' W82°20.99' NOTAM FILE GMU. 

NDB(L0M)521 GM 005° 4.1 NM to Greenville Downtown. 


ATLANTA 


KINGSTREE N33°43.07' W79°51.30' NOTAM FILE AND. 

NDB(MHW)404 CKI at Williamsburg Rgnl. NDB Unmonitored. 


CHARLOTTE 
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KINGSTREE 

WILLIAMSBURG RGNL (CKI) 3W UTC-5(-4DT) N33°43.03' W79°51.42 
67 B NOTAM FILE AND 

RWY 14-32: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-45 MIRL 
RWV 14: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
RWV 32: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 14-32 and PAPI 

Rwys 14 and 32— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 124.775 (843) 382-3000. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® MYRTLE BEACH APP/DEP CON 127.4 (1100-0400Z:t) 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.95 (0400-1100Z:t) 
RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 
VANCE (L)VORTAC 110.4 VAN Chan 41 N33°28.49' 

W80°26.92' 070° 33 NM to fid. 140/06W. 
KINGSTREE NDB (MHW) 404 CKI N33°43.07' W79°51.30' 
at fid. NDB Unmonitored. 




KIRK AIR BASE (See Lancaster) 



N33°51.22' W79°46.09' 



LAKE CITY MUNI CJ EVANS FLD (5 u) 2 sw utc-5(-4dt) 

80 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 01-19: H3700X75 (ASPH) S-10 MIRL 

RWV 01: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Tree. RWV 19: VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 25'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 01-19 cracking badly with grass growing thru cracks. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 

01-19— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® FLORENCE APP/DEP CON 135.25 (1130-0300Z:t) ®JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.45 (0300-1130Z:t) 

RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLO. 

FLORENCE (H)VORTAC 115.2 FLO Chan 99 N34°13.98' W79°39.43' 197° 23.4 NM to fid. 110/03W. 
HIWAS. 

EVANS NDB (MHW) 420 CFY N33°51.36' W79°45.95' at fid. NOTAM FILE AND. 



CHARLOTTE 

L-241, 36E 

IAP 



LAKE KEOWEE N34°48.67' W82°42.21' 
NDB (MHW) 408 LQK at Pickens Co. 



NOTAM FILE AND. 



ATLANTA 
L-25C 



LANCASTER 



KIRK AIR BASE (T73) 5 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N34°40.46' W80°40.94' CHARLOTT 

578 S4 NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 15-33: H2600X40 (ASPH) S-8 LIRL 

RWV 15: Tree. RWY 33: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2330Z:t. Rwy 15 has 30' drop atthld. Rwy 33 has 10' drop atthld. For LIRL Rwy 

15-33 call 803-286-8800. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



550 

WATERWAV 05-23: 4400X300 (WATER) 
WATERWAV 16-34: 3000X300 (WATER) 
WATERWAV 11-29: 2245X600 (WATER) 

SEAPLANE REMARKS: Waterways 05-23 and 11-29 and 16-34-Water lanes are not marked-lengths change with water 
levels — etc arpt manager and check NOTAM's. 



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LANCASTER CO-NIC WHIRTER FLD (lkr) 4w utc-5(-4dt) 

486 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 06-24: H6004X100 (ASPH) S-19, D-28 MIRL 0.4% up NE 
RWY 06: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 47'. Thld dsplcd 105'. Tree. 
RWY 24: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 43'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:L-. For after hrs fuel call 
803-493-3226. Deer on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
06-24— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.825 (803) 286-6444. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 120.05 

OCO 121.725 (CHARLOTTE APCH) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLT. 

CHARLOTTE (L) VORW/DME 115.0 CLT Chan 97 N35°11.42' 

W80°57.11' 175° 28.4 NM to fid. 732/05W. HIWAS. 
FORT MILL (L)VORTAC 112.4 FML Chan 71 N34°59.34' 
W80-57.29' 165° 16.7 NM to fid. 645/02W. NOTAM FILE 
AND. SHUTDOWN. 
NDD(MHW)400 LKR N34°43.43' W80°51.49' at fid. 
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FAIRVIEW (33A) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°09.44' W82°07.34' 
1046 B NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 14-32: H2770X30 (ASPH) S-6.5 LIRL 

RWY 14: Tree. Rgt tfc. RWY 32: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 14-32 centerline markings NSTD size and separation. Twy markings are of wrong 

color. Rwy 14-32 is very bumpy with excessive patches along entire surface length. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 

14-32— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



LAURENS CO (LUX) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N34°30.42' W81°56.83 
697 B S4 FUEL 100LL TPA— 1500 (803) NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 08-26: H3898X75 (ASPH) S-9 MIRL 

RWY 08: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 41'. 

RWY 26: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1500-2300Zt, Sun 

1800-2300Z1;. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 08-26— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 123.975 (864) 682-3639. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

6REER APP/DEP CON 120.6 (1100-0445Z1;) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.35 (0445-1100Z:f.) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GRD. 

GREENWOOD (H)VORTAC 115.5 GRD Chan 102 N34°15.09' 
W82°09.25' 035° 18.4 NM to fid. 630/01W. 




LEE CO (See BISHOPVILLE) 



LEXINGTON CO AT PELION (see pelion) 



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TWIN CITY (5J9) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N34°05.31' W78°51.90' 
99 B S4 NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 08-26: H3694X60 (ASPH-AFSC) S-8 LIRL 
RWV 08: Thld dsplcd 200'. Tree. 
RWV 26: SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.5°TCH 34'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Parachute Jumping. Birds on and invof 
arpt. For svc call 843-756-7404. Rwy 26; 3 ft ditch 40 ft rgt/left 
of centerline end of thld. 30' P-line 180' left. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® MYRTLE BEACH APP/DEP CON 119.2 {1100-0400Z:t) 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.7 (0400-llOOZfl 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ORE. 

GRAND STRAND (L)VORTAC 117.6 ORE Chan 123 N33°48.83' 
W78°43.47' 340° 17.9 NM to fid. 20/03W. 



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NDB (MHW) 381 MNI at Santee Cooper Rgnl. Unmonitored. 



CHARLOTTE 
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103 B S2 FUEL 100LL 
RWV 02-20: H3602X75 (ASPH) 



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RWV 02: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 25'. Tree. 
RWV 20: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0TCH 25'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Zi;. Self svc fuel avbl 
24 hrs with credit card. Vehicles opr adjacent to Rwy 02-20 and 
cross at midfield periodically. Glider ops on and invof arpt. MIRL 
preset on low ints dusk-0400Z:t, to increase ints 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. After 0400Z:t ACTIVATE— CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 120.175 (803) 478-6060. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAFAINICOM 122.8 
® SHAW APP/DEP CON 125.4 (1200-0430Z:t) 
JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.7 (0430-1200Z1;) 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 
VANCE (L)VORTAC 110.4 VAN Chan 41 N33°28.49' 

W80°26.92' 067° 13.8 NM to fid. 140/06W. 
MANNING NDB (MHW) 381 MNI N33°35.29' W80°12.37' at 
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MARION CO (MAO) 3E UTC-5(-4DT) N34°10.87' W79°20.08 
92 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 04-22: H4503X100 (ASPH) S-26, D-34 MIRL 

RWY 04: Rgt tfc. RWY 22: Tree. Rgttfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-2200ZJ:. For fuel after hrs call 

843-526-1409 Mon-Sun; call either 843-423-7325 or 

843-464-0401. Student training on and invof arpt. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.875 (843) 423-4231. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

FLORENCE APP/DEP CON 135.25 (1130-0300ZJ:) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.45 (0300-1130ZJ:) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE FLO. 

FLORENCE (H)VORTAC 115.2 FLO Chan 99 N34°13.98' 
W79°39.43' 104° 16.3 NM to fid. 110/03W. HIWAS. 

NDD(MHW)388 MAO N34°ll.ll' W79°19.99' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE AND. 



CHARLOTTE 

L-24J, 35A, 3BE 

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Mccormick co ( si9) ise 

459 B NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 18-36: H3598X75 (ASPH) 



UTC-5(-4DT) N33°54.49' W82°16.02' 



S-12.5 MIRL 
RWY 18: Tree. RWY 36: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 18-36 and rotating 

ben— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GRD. 

GREENWOOD (H)VORTAC 115.5 GRD Chan 102 N34°15.09' 
W82°09.25' 196° 21.3 NM to fid. 630/01W. 



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MC ENTIRE JNGB (MM!) AF(ANGARNG) 10 E UTC-5{-4DT) N33°55.13' W80M8.04' CHARLOTTE 

254 B TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE AND Not insp. H-9B, 12G, L-241 

RWV 14-32: H9009X150 (PEM) PCN 37 F/A/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWV 14: PAPI(P4L). RWV 32: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). 

RWV 05-23: H2033X90 (ASPH) PCN 46 R/B/W/T MIRL 
ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWV 14 BAK-14 BAK-12A(B) (1061') BAK-14 BAK-12A(B) (1500') RWV 32 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT Rotating ben and my Igt opr Mon-Fri SS-0400Z:t: except holidays. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
05-23 — CTAF. A-GEAR BAK-12A cable raised by BAK-14 device on request to twr. Departure end cable will be 
raised for all tail hook equipped acft. JASU l(A/M32A-86) 9(AM32A-60A) 

FUEL J8 DoD cost accounting code number rqr from other military sve for refueling. FLUID SP LPOX LOX 
OIL 0-133-148-156 SOAP TRAN ALERT Svc avbl Mon-Fri 1300-2000Z:t except holidays. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Opr Mon-Fri 1300-0400Z:t except holidays, Sat-Sun 1300-2100Z:t. See FLIP AP/1 

Supplementary Arpt Remark. RSTD PPR 48 hr notice rqr, etc ANG OPS DSN 583-8231, C803-647-8231, fax DSN 
583-8641, C803-647-8641. Rwy 05-23 is copter only. CAUTION Possible crosswind hazard due to rwy 
environment and affect on wind equipment causing wind to be slightly greater than measured. See AP/1 for 
weather observation limitations. Remain bio 1000' until dep end of rwy or unless twr clears. BASH Phase 1 April 
thru October. BASH Phase 2 November thru March. Aircraft sunshades 742' W of Rwy 14-32. TFC PAT 
TPA — Overhead 1500(1246), helicopter/rectangular 1000(746). MISC Wx observation visibility is limited from 5 /8 
mile south to VlO mile west northwest. Rwy 05-23 is helicopter only. First 2000' Rwy 32 is concrete, remaining 
7009' is asphalt. Tran parking extremely ltd. Fleet svc not avbl without prior coordination. Limited fire protection 
avbl from 2000-1130Z:t. Twy widths are as follows: Twy J, B, C, D, E are 50', Twy A is 98', Twy F is 95', Twy G 
is 147', Twy H is 75', Twy M and Twy L are 40'wide. Heavy acft will park at north or south end of rwy, etc Base 
OPS or LGX. Tran acft expect progressive taxi instructions. ARNG PPR for Army, AR, ARNG R/W acft only, DSN 
583-1814. Opr Mon-Fri 1300-2100Z:t except holidays. Fuel not avbl for tran acft. 
COMMUNICATIONS: SFA CTAF 132.4 PTD 298.3 

® SHAWAPP/DEP CON 125.4 285.4 (1200-0430Z:t.) 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.7 269.55 (0430-1200Zt) 

TOWER 132.4 253.5 (Mon-Fri 1300-0400Z:t except holidays, Sat-Sun 1300-2100Z:t) GND CON 127.625 
226.675 PMSV METRO 342.5 Ctc Shaw AFB METRO— Forecast avbl Mon-Fri 1200-0400Z:t, and Sat-Sun 
1300-2100Z:t, clsd hoi. DSN 583-8247, C803-647-8247. Opr hrs may vary with local flying schedule. 
Remote briefing svc avbl 26 OWS Barksdale AFB DSN 781-4775 C318-456-4775. Afld Wx monitored by 
AN/FMQ-19 ASOS, augmented by human obsn when rqr during opr hr. ARNG OPS PTD 246.7 41.30 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc Mon-Fri 1300-0400Z:t except holidays, Sat-Sun 1300-2100Z:t other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MMT. 
(T)VORTACW 113.2 MMT Chan 79 N33°55.45' W80°48.14' at fid. 249/5W. Unmonitored Mon-Fri 

0400-1300Z1; except holidays, Sat-Sun 2100-1300Z:t. No NOTAM MP Mon 1300-1700Z:t. 
NDB(MHW)427 MMT N33°56.14' W80°47.94' at fid. Unmonitored Mon-Fri 0400-1300Z:t except 

holidays, Sat-Sun 2100-1300Z:t. 
ILS 111.1 l-MMT Rwy 32. Unmonitored Mon-Fri 0400-1300Z:t except holidays, Sat-Sun 

2100-1300Z:t. No NOTAM MP Mon 1300-1700Z:t. 
ASR/PAR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



MERRITT FLD (See beaufort mcas) 



MONCKS CORNER N33°ii.46' wso°o2.oi' notam file and. charlotte 

NDB (MHW) 354 MKS at Berkeley Co. L-241 



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MONCKS CORNER 



BERKELEY CO (MKS) 1 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N33 11.13' W80°02.18' 
73 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 05-23: H4351X75 (ASPH) S-26, D-38 MIRL 
RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 46'. Tree. 
RWY 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 43'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z:t. 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.175 (843) 761-1486. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® CHARLESTON APP/DEP CON 135.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHS. 

CHARLESTON (H)VORTAC 113.5 CHS Chan 82 N32°53.66' 
W80-02.27' 005° 17.4 NM to fid. 39/05W. 
HIWAS. 
MONCKS CORNER NDD (MHW) 354 MKS N33°11.46' W80°02.01' 
at fid. NOTAM FILE AND. 




GMT-5(-4DT) N32°53.87' W79°46.97' 
NOTAM FILE AND 



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12 B FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1000(988) 
RWY 17-35: H3700X75 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 17: PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 27'. RWY 35: PAPI (P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 27'. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0100Z:t. Deer and birds on and invof arpt. Two 2000' towers approximately 4-6 

miles E of arpt. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.625 (843) 849-0438. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

CHARLESTON APP/DEP CON 135.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHS. 

CHARLESTON (H)VORTAC 113.5 CHS Chan 82 N32°53.66' W80°02.27' 094° 12.9 NM to fid. 39/05W. 
HIWAS. 



MURRY N33°58.03' W81°14.68' NOTAM FILE CAE. 

NDD(L0M)362 CA 112° 6.5 NM to Columbia Metropolitan. 



LOM unmonitored. 



CHARLOTTE 
1-241 



MYRTLE BEACH I NTL (MYR) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N33°40.79' W78°55.70' charlotte 

25 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index C NOTAM FILE AND H-9C, 12G, L-241, 35B 

RWY 18-36: H9503X150 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-50, D-175, ST-175, SBTT-436, DT-325, IAP, AD 

TDT-643, DDT-650 PCN 27 F/A/X/T HIRL 

RWY 18: MALSR. PAPI(P4L). P-line. Rgt tfc. RWY 36: MALSF. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1100-0400ZJ:. Gulls on and invof arpt. Rwy 18-36 concrete first 1000' both ends. No 

approval required for pushback at terminal gates; push is at pilots discretion; remain clear of twys. U.S. 

customs user fee arpt. U.S. Customs svc avbl Mon-Fri 1300-2200ZJ;, other times PPR and fee charged. Arpt 

Igts opr dusk-0500Zt-. When twr clsd ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 18-36 — CTAF. Rwy 18 touchdown and rollout runway 

visual range avbl. Rwy 36 touchdown and rollout runway visual range avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 124.5 (843) 238-0335. LAWRS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 128.45 ATIS 123.925 UNICOM 122.95 
® APP/DEP CON 127.4 (171°-321°) 119.2 (322°-170°) (1100-0400ZJ:) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.7 (0400-llOOZt.) 

TOWER 128.45 (1100-0400Z:t) GND CON 120.3 CLNC DEL 132.175 (Key mike 4 times to activate Cine Del) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc 1100-0400Z $ other times CLASS G . 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRE. 

GRAND STRAND (L)VORTAC 117.6 CRE Chan 123 N33°48.83' W78°43.47' 235° 13 NM to fid. 20/03W. 

ILS 109.5 l-MYR Rwy 18. MMOTSindef. 

ILS 111.9 l-BSQ Rwy 36. Class IE. 



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N34°18.56' W81°38.44 



NEWBERRY COUNTY ( eoe) 3n utc-5(-4dt) 

570 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE AND 

RWV 04-22: H4000X75 (ASPH) D-30 MIRL 0.9% up NE 

RWV 04: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.15° TCH 42'. 

RWY 22: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.15°TCH 43'. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Fuel self-serve. Deer on invof arpt. 

ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 04 and Rwy 22 and MIRL Rwy 04-22— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 124.275 (803) 276-2419. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

COLUMBIA APP/DEP CON 133.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GRD. 

GREENWOOD (H)VORTAC 115.5 GRD Chan 102 N34°15.09' 
W82°09.25' 083° 25.8 NM to fid. 630/01W. 

ENOREE NDB (MHW)278 EOE N34°18.69' W81°38.16' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE AND. NDB unmonitored. 




NORTH AFAUX (XN0)(KXN0) AF 2 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N33°36.57' W81°04.87' CHARLOTTE 

321 B NOTAM FILE AND Not insp. H-9B, 12F, L-241 

RWV 06-24: H10003X150 (ASPH-GRVD) PCN 60 F/A/W/T HIRL IAP, DIAP 

RWV 06: Thld dsplcd 1000'. RWV 24: Thld dsplcd 1000'. 

RWV 05-23: H3493X90 (ASPH-GRVD) PCN 97 F/B/W/T 

MILITARY SERVICE: LGT ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 06-24—131.1. Rotating ben off during Igt out training. 

MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Rmk. RSTD Rwy 05-23 CLOSED 1300-1500Zt monthly 3rd 
Thu. Rwy 06-24 CLOSED 1601-2100Z4: monthly 3rd Thu. Rwy 06 and Rwy 24 takeoff distance avbl 9000', 
landing distance avbl 8000'. Rwy condition reading not avbl. Twy D clsd during box-in-one ops to Rwy 23. Opr 
rstd during Bird Watch Condition MODERATE (tkf or Idg permission only when dep/arr route avoid ident bird act, 
no local IFR/VFR tfc pattern activity) and SEVERE (tkf and Idg prohibited without OG/CC approval), etc twrfor 
current Bird Watch Condition. Minimum 2 week prior coordinate rqr for all users. Point of etc is Charleston AFB, 
437 OSS/OSO, DSN 673-5554, C843-963-5554. All aircrews will etc North Drop Zone on 118.15 235.775 
prior to 5 NM to DZ. This airspace is subject to be rstd by NOTAM. Rwy 06-24, no 180° star turns on asphalt, 
conduct all turns on concrete ends. IFR opr limited to 1 acft on app/dep at a time. CAUTION Intense heavy Mil jet 
and miscellaneous acft executing numerous cargo and personnel drops, hi-speed lo-level formation fit, and 
air/land opr. Rwy 06-24 NW tree line 750' from rwy centerline. Rwy 06-24 large ditch 350' from rwy centerline 
at midfield on NW side rwy. Intense gnd training on reservation. Rwy 05-23 used as Idg zone 3500' x 90'. Rwy 
condition reading not avbl. TFC PAT TPA— Rectangular 1300(979), Overhead 1800(1479). NS ABTMT Overflight of 
North, SC prohibited. MISC Twr limited to advisory sve only. VFR only. Cancel IFR cine with Columbia APP prior to 
opr at North AF Aux. Alfd surface observations are derived from non-augmented ASOS. Local PMSV unavbl, 
contact Charleston METRO-233.95. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.525. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.15 235.775 
COLUMBIA APP/DEP 124.15 338.2 
TWR 118.15 235.775 GND 118.15 235.775 COLUMBIA CLNC DEL 120.475 

AIRSPACE: CLASS D Effective by NOTAM. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CAE. 

COLUMBIA (H)VORTAC 114.7 CAE Chan 94 N33°51.44' W81°03.23' 187° 14.9 NM to fid. 400/02W. 

COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Mobile Microwave Landing System VMC only. 



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NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9C, L-35A 

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GRAND STRAND (ORE) 1 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N33°48.71' W78°43.44' 
32 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 05-23: H5997X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-60 HIRL 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI (P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

RWY 23: MALSR. Tree. PAPI (P2L)— GA 2.98° TCH 55'. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-0300Z:L-. Gulls on and invof arpt. Extensive banner tow ops from arpt along 

coastline 10 NM NE to 20 SW. After 0500Z:L. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 05-23, REIL Rwy 05, and MALSR Rwy 

23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (843) 361-2802. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.6 ATIS 119.625 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122. 1R 117. 6T (ANDERSON RADIO) 

RCO 123.6 (ANDERSON RADIO) 
® MYRTLE REACH APP/DEP CON 119.2 (1100-0400ZJ;) JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 128.7 (0400-llOOZt) 

STRAND TOWER 124.6 (1200-0200ZJ:) GND CON 121.8 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200-0200ZJ: other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CRE. 

(L)VORTAC 117.6 CRE Chan 123 N33°48.83' W78°43.47' at fid. 20/03W. DME unusable 294°-010' 
byd 20 NM. VOR portion unusable 303°-312°. 

CALAD NDB (LOM) 267 CR N33°53.12' W78°37.80' 233° 6.4 NM to fid 

ILS 111.7 l-CRE Rwy 23. LOM CALAB NDB. BC unusable. 



OCONEE COUNTY RGNL (see clemson) 



ORANGEBURG 



N33°23.27' W80°54.67' 



DRY SWAMP (ids) 6s utc-5(-4dt> 

180 S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 02-20: 2900X60 (TURF) 

RWY 02: Thld dsplcd 900'. Tree. RWY 20: Thld dsplcd 900'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200ZJ:. Glider ops on and invof arpt. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



N33°27.42' W80°51.56' 



ORANGEDURG MUNI <ogb) 2 s utc-5(-4dt) 

195 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE 0GB 
RWY 17-35: H5399X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-72 MIRL 

RWY 17: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. Tree. 

RWY 35: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 42'. 
RWY 05-23: H4508X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-50 MIRL 0.6% up NE 

RWY 05: ODALS. REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 20'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 23: REIL. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200ZJ;, Sat 1400-2100Z:L- 

clsd Sun. ACTIVATE ODALS Rwy 17 and Rwy 35, REIL Rwy 05 and 

Rwy 23, Rwy 17 and Rwy 35, MIRL Rwy 05-23 and Rwy 17-35 — 

CTAF. VASI Rwy 05, ODALS Rwy 05 and PAPI Rwy 17 and Rwy 35 

opr continuously. REIL Rwy 05 OTS indef. ODALS Rwy 05 OTS 
ridel. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 118.525 (803) 536-3901. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® COLUMBIA APP/DEP CON 124.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE OGB. 

EDISTO (T)VORW/DME 111.4 EDS Chan 51 N33°27.34' 
W80°51.51' at fid. 189/05W. 

NDB(MHW)226 OYI N33°25.09' W80°54.35' 050° 3.3 NM 
to fid. 




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317 



PAGELAND (PYG) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N34°44.53' W80°20.71' 
575 B NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 05-23: H3395X60 (ASPH) S-125 MIRL 0.7%upNE 

RWV 05: REIL. Tree. RWY 23: REIL. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 120.05 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 
CHESTERFIELD (L) VOR/DME 108.2 CTF Chan 19 N34°39.03' 

W80°16.50' 331° 6.5 NM to fid. 560/03W. 
NDB(MHW)270 PYG N34°44.70' W80°20.29' at fid. 
Unusable byd 15 NM. NDB unmonitored. 



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LEXINGTON CO AT PELION (6J0> 2N utc 

452 B FUEL: 100LL NOTAM FILE AND 

RWV 18-36: H4335X50 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 
RWV 36: PAPI (P2R)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Self svc fuel avbl with credit card. 
P-line 800' from thld Rwy 36 end marked with red balls. Access 
into terminal building, use the key pad and enter the UNICOM freq 
followed by the '#' button. Pilot controlled lighting OTS indef. Arpt 
lighting on continuous from 2300Z:t until 0300Z:t, after 0300Z:t 
until dawn, ACTIVATED with pilot controlled lighting. ACTIVATE 
MIRL Rwy 18-36 PAPI Rwy 36— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 36 on during 
daylight. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® COLUMBIA APP/DEP CON 124.15 

RADID AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CAE. 

COLUMBIA (H)VORTAC 114.7 CAE Chan 94 N33°51.44' 
W81°03.24' 251° 10.3 NM to fid. 400/02W. 



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PICKENS CO (LQK) 4S UTC-5(-4DT) N34°48.60' W82M2.17' 
1013 B SI FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 05-23: H5002X100 (ASPH) S-35, D-65 MIRL 1.0% up NE 
RWY05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 26'. 
RWY 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:t. Noise abatement 

procedure in effect, phone 864-843-5803. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
05-23— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.0 (864) 843-5801. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® 6REER APP/DEP CON 118.8 (1100-0445Z:t) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.8 (0445-llOOZt-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

ELECTRIC CITY (L)VORTACW 108.6 ELW Chan 23 N34°25.15' 

W82°47.08' 010° 23.8 NM to fid. 736/00E. 
LAKE KEOWEE NDB (MHW) 408 LQK N34°48.67' W82°42.21' 
at fid. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: AWOS wind unreliable. 



ATLANTA 

H-9B, 12G, L-25C 

IAP 




RALLY N34°53.40' W81°04.85' NOTAM FILE AND. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 227 UZ 016° 6 NM to Rock Hill (York Co) Bryant Fid. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-24J, 25D, 3BE 



RIDGELAND (3J1) 1 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N32-29.56' W80-59.54 
79 B S4 FUEL 80, 100LL NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 03-21: H2692X70 (ASPH) S-12.5 MIRL 

RWY 03: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.25° TCH 45'. Tree. RWY 21: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400Zt--Dusk. Glider ops invof arpt. Rwy 

03 20' drop at end of pavement. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE SAV. 

SAVANNAH (H)VORTAC 115.95 SAV Chan 106(Y) N32°08.78' 
W81°11.95' 033° 23.3 NM to fid. 9/6W. 
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ROCK HILL (YORK CO) BRYANT FLO (uzaj 4 nw utc-5(-4dt> N34°59.27' wsi°03.43' charlotte 

666 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 NOTAM FILE UZA H-9B, 12G, L-25D, 3BE 

RWY 02-20: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-60 MIRL IAP 

RWY 02: MALSR. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Tree. RWY 20: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 39'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Z:t. MIRL Rwy 02-20 and MALSR Rwy 02 preset med ints dusk-0400Z:t; to 

increase ints and ACTIVATE after 0400Zt— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 120.775 (803) 981-9388. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® CHARLOTTE APP/DEP CON 120.05 CLNC DEL 126.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CLT. 

CHARLOTTE (L) VORW/DME 115.0 CLT Chan 97 N35°11.42' W80°57.11' 208° 13.2 NM to fid. 732/05W. 
HIWAS. 

FORT MILL (L)VORTAC 112.4 FML Chan 71 N34°59.34' W80°57.29' 271° 5.1 NM to fid. 650/02W. 
NOTAM FILE AND. SHUTDOWN. 

RALLY NDB (MHW/LOM) 227 UZ N34°53.40' W81°04.85' 016° 6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE AND. 

ILS 108.5 l-UZA Rwy 02. Class IA. LOM RALLY NDB. 



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319 



ST GEORGE (6J2) 3 E UTC-5(-4DT) N33°11.73' W80°30.51' 
85 B NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 05-23: H3201X60 (ASPH) S-21, D-30 LIRL 

RWV05:Tree. RWY 23: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Parachute Jumping. Arpt ben OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® CHARLESTON APP/DEP CON 120.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 
VANCE (L)VORTAC 110.4 VAN Chan 41 N33°28.49' 
W80°26.92' 196° 17 NM to fid. 140/06W. 




SALUDA CO (6J4) 4S UTC-5(-4DT) N33°55.67' W81°47.67' 
555 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 01-19: H4000X60 (ASPH) S-11.3 MIRL 
RWV 01: Tree. 

RWV 19: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.15° TCH 52'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z:t, Sat 

1300-1700Z:t. 30' drop off N end of Rwy 01. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
01-19 and PAPI Rwy 19— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
® AUGUSTA APP/DEP CON 126.8 119.15 
COLUMBIA APP/DEN CON 124.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GRD. 

GREENWOOD (H)VORTAC 115.5 GRD Chan 102 N34°15.09' 
W82°09.25' 138° 26.4 NM to fid. 630/01W. 




SANTEE COOPER RGNL 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



320 SOUTH CAROLINA 



SHAWAFB (SSC)(KSSC) AF 6 NW UTC-5{-4DT) N33°58.36' W80°28.23' CHARLOTTE 

241 B TPA— See Remarks Class I, ARFF Index Ltd. NOTAM FILE AND Not insp. H-9B, 12G, L-241 

RWY04L-22R: H 10016X150 (CONC) PCN 51 R/B/W/T HIRL DIAP, AD 

RWY 04L: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). RWY 22R: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). 

RWY 04R-22L: H8001X150 (CONC) PCN 34 R/C/W/T HIRL 

RWY 04R: SALSF. PAPI(P4L). RWY 22L: ALSF1. PAPI(P4L). 

ARRESTING GEAR/SYSTEM 

RWY 04L <- HOOK BAK-12B(B) (45' OVRN) HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1457') 

HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1447') HOOK BAK-12B(B) (45' OVRN) -> RWY 22R 
RWY 04R <- HOOK E5 (75' OVRN) HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1203') 

HOOK BAK-12B(B) (1202') HOOK E5 (74' OVRN) -> RWY 22L 
MILITARY SERVICE: LGT All rwy thld Igt gated. A-GEAR Normal BAK-12 configuration: Rwy 04R-22L: apch down, dep 
up. Rwy 04L-22R: Rwy 22R dep up at all times, when Rwy 22R is active, both dep and apch up. Call twr for 
other configurations, BAK-12B apch end avbl 20 min prior notice. JASU 2(M32A-60) 2(A/M32A-86) FUEL 
J8, J8+ 100. FLUID SOAP SP PRESAIR LPOX LOX. LOX-24 hours prior notification required. OIL 
0-128-133-148 TRANS ALERT No fleet service avbl. Expect 2-3 hr svc/refuel delays weekends, holidays and 
peak periods; ltd maintenance. Concurrent refueling not avbl. No de-ice svc avbl. Tran acft will retain drag 
chutes to park. Tran Alert svc avbl Mon-Fri 1230-0030Z+-, Sat-Sun 1500-2000Z+-; not avbl holidays. Tran alert 
after hrs support is not authorized unless supporting higher HQ directed missions. 
MILITARY REMARKS: See FLIP AP/1 Supplementary Arpt Remark. RSTD All civilian acft rqr 20 FW approval 

(C803-895-2356) and an approved civil acft Idg permit prior to executing practice apch. Taxilane A, South of 
Twy B closed to all acft except 20 FW mission approved acft. ACC quiet hr in effect 0330-1100Z+-. PPR, 24 hr 
prior notice rqr, etc Base OPS. Tran acft contact Base OPS PTD prior to arrival to confirm svc rqr. DSN 
965-2356, C803-895-2357, fax 2360. Issued PPR valid 1 hr +/- ETA, early/late arr/dep must re-coordinate. 
Tran acft etc twr prior to exiting rwy. CAUTION Tran pilots will not climb above 1000' on dep during VFR conditions 
until clear of arpt boundary unless specifically cleared to do so by ATC. Specific taxi instructions for heavy acft 
etc GND (may rqr back taxiing on rwy to appropriate ladder twy). Uncontrolled vehicle traffic on twy and apron. 
Acft with wingspan larger than 180' must use wing walkers when taxiing on Twy B centerline, 45' obstruction 
located 140' south twy centerline. TFT PAT TPA— Rectangular 1741(1500), overhead 2241(2000). CSTMS/AG/IMG 24 
hr prior notice rqr for CSTMS and AG. MISC ACC RSRS applied to ACC acft only. Wx observation surface visibility 
ltd 1/16 SM SW-NE. Augmented/backed up AN/FMQ-19 AMOS in use when rqr during opr hr and for resource 
protection. 
COMMUNICATIONS: SFA ATIS 132.125 270.1 PTD 139.6 372.2 
® APP/DEP CON 125.4 285.4 (1200-0430Z+-) 
® JACKSONVILLE CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.7 269.55 (0430-1200Z+-) 

TOWER 126.65 254.25 GND CON 126.1 275.8 CLNC DEL 121.8 289.4 

COMD POST (RAYMOND 26) 381.3 PMSV METRO 342.5 (Rdo svc unavbl until further notice. Forecaster avbl 
Mon-Fri 1000-1800Z:t, clsd hoi, etc DSN 965-2362, C803-895-2362. Opr hrs may vary with local flying 
schedule. After hrs remote and tran aircrew WX briefing call 26 OWS Barksdale AFB DSN 781-4775.) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc 1200-0430Z+- other times CLASS D. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

(L)TACAN Chan 38 SSC (110.1) N33°58.67' W80°27.97' at fid. 241/5W. No NOTAM MP Fri 
1100-1300Z+" (1500/3+1). 
TACAN unusable: 

126-184° byd 10 NM bio 4,000' 261°-345° byd 10 NM bio 4,000' 

150°-175° byd 25 NM bio 5,000' 295°-325° byd 25 NM bio 5,000' 

ILS 110.1 l-SSC Rwy 04L. No NOTAM MP Mon-Thu 1100-1300Z+" (1500/3+1). 
ILS 108.7 l-JWU Rwy 22R. No NOTAM MP Mon-Thu 1100-1300Z+" (1500/3+1). 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar No NOTAM MP Tue-Fri daily 0400-1100Z+- (1500/3+1). 



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321 



SPARTANBURG DOWNTOWN MEML (spa) 3 sw utc-5(-4dt) N34°54.94' wsi-57 

801 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE SPA 
RWV 05-23: H5202X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-45 HIRL 

RWV 05: MALSR. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 59'. Tree. 

RWV 23: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 57'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1200-OlOOZt-, Sat-Sun 

1300-0100Z:t. For fuel after hrs call 864-574-8552. TPA— 

1601(800) for piston acft and 2101(1300} for turboprop acft with 

small jets. ACTIVATE Rotating Beacon— CTAF. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 

05-23 and MALSR Rwy 05— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 133.925 (864) 587-2529. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

RCO 122. 1R 115. 7T (ANDERSON RADIO) 
® GREER APP/DEP CON 119.4 {1100-0445Zfl CLNC DEL 120.55 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.35 (0445-1100Z:t) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc 1100-2300Z:t other times CLASS G. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

(H)VORTAC 115.7 SPA Chan 104 N35°02.02' W81°55.62' 
194° 7.2 NM to fid. 910/02W. 
VORTAC unusable: 351°-099° below 15,000'. 

FAIRMONT NDB (HW) 248 FRT N34°54.14' W81°59.09' 065° 
1.6 NM to fid. 

ILS 109.1 l-SPA Rwy 05. LOC and outer marker unmonitored 




STUCKEY N33°43.71' W79-31.50' NOTAM FILE AND. 
NDB (MHW) 236 HEK at Hemingway-Stuckey. OTS indef. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-241, 36E 



SUMMERVILLE (DYB) 5 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N33°03.81' W80°16.76' CHARLOTTE 

56 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND L-241 

RWV 06-24: H3700X75 (ASPH) S-12.5, D-30 MIRL IAP 

RWV 06: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.3° TCH 28'. Thld dsplcd 250'. Tree. Rgttfc. 
RWV 24: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.3° TCH 28'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-OOOOZt-. For FBO call 843-851-0970. Banner towing 1500/blo intermittently 

daily; south side Rwy 06-24. MIRL Rwy 06-24 opr dusk-0300Z:t; after 0300ZJ; ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 119.575 (843) 821-8403. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® CHARLESTON APP/DEP CON 120.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHS. 

CHARLESTON (H) VORTAC 113.5 CHS Chan 82 N32°53.66' W80°02.27' 315° 15.9 NM to fid. 39/05W. 

HIWAS. 
DORCHESTER NDB (MHW) 365 DYB N33°03.68' W80°16.64' at fid. NOTAM FILE AND. 



SUMTER (SMS) 4N UTC-5(-4DT) N33°59.70' W80°21.68' 
182 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 05-23: H5501X100 (ASPH) S-26, D-55 MIRL 

RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 26'. Tree. Rgttfc. 

RWV 23: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0TCH 26'. Tree. 
RWV 14-32: 3181X120 (TURF) 

RWV 14: Tree. RWV 32: Tree. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mar-Oct 1300-OOOOZt-, Nov-Feb 

1300-2300Z:t. For fuel after OlOOZJ; call 803-983-6577. 

Wildlife on and invof arpt with increased activity dusk and dawn. 

After OlOOZit ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 05-23, REILS Rwy 05 and Rwy 

23 — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23 continuous operations. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.075 (803) 469-6750. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® SHAW APP/DEP CON 125.4 (1200-0430Z:t) 

JAX CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.7 (0430-1200ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

VANCE (L) VORTAC 110.4 VAN Chan 41 N33°28.49' 
W80°26.92' 014° 31.5 NM to fid. 140/06W. 

NDB (MHW) 252 SMS N33°59.45' W80°21.60' at fid. 
(Unmonitored SS-SR). 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9B, 12G, L-241 

IAP 




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322 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



TIMMONSVILLE 

HUGGINSMEML (58J) INE UTC-5(-4DT) N34°08.26' W79°55.24' 
143 B NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 14-32: 3090X150 (TURF) 

RWY 14: Tree. RWY 32: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Parachute Jumping. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 14-32 and rotating ben— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

TRENTON 

EDGEFIELD CO (6J6) 1SE UTC-5(-4DT) N33°44.21' WS1°49.17' 
610 TPA— 1410(800) NOTAM FILE AND 
RWY 11-29: 2640X85 (TURF) 

RWY 11: Tree. RWY 29: Tree. 

RWY 15-33: 1584X56 (TURF) 

RWY 15: RWY 33: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Radio controlled acft on and invof arpt. Deer on and invof arpt. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



TWIN CITY (SeeLORIS) 



TWIN LAKES (See GRANITEVILLE) 



UNION CO, TROY SHELTON FLD 

610 B S2 FUEL 100LL 
RWY 05-23: H3508X60 (ASPH) 
RWY 05: PAPI(P2L) 



(35A) 1 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°41.22' W81°38.47 
NOTAM FILE AND 
S-12.5 MIRL 1.0% up NE 
GA 4.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 



RWY 23: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 38'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2200Z:t. Self-serve fuel 
avbl 24 hrs. For sve after firs call 864-426-3003. MIRL Rwy 
05-23 preset on med ints dusk-0500Z:t, after 0500Z:t 
ACTIVATE— CTAF. ACTIVATE PAPI Rwy 05 and Rwy 23— CTAF. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

6REER APP/DEP CON 119.4 (1100-0445Z:t) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 135.35 (0445-1100Z:t) 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE AND. 

6REENW0OD (H)VORTAC 115.5 GRD Chan 102 N34°15.09' 

W82°09.25' 045° 36.4 NM to fid. 630/01W. 
NDB(MHW)326 UOT N34°41.04' W81°38.54' at fid. 




VANCE N33°28.49' W80°26.92' NOTAM FILE AND. CHARLOTTE 

(L)VORTAC 110.4 VAN Chan 41 067° 13.8 NM to Santee Cooper Rgnl. 140/06W. H-9B, L-241 

VOR unusable: 

209°-243° bio 2000' 
244°-208° bio 18,000' 
RCO 122. 1R 110. 4T (ANDERSON RADIO) 



WALTERBORO N32°55.55' W80°3S.41' NOTAM FILE AND. 
NDB(MHW)221 RBW at Lowcountry Rgnl. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-241 



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SOUTH CAROLINA 



323 



WALTERBORO 

LOWCOUNTRY RGNL ( rbw> 2 ne 

101 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 05-23: H6002X100 (ASPH-CONC) 
RWV 05: PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 50' 



UTC-5(-4DT) N32°55.26' W80°38.44 
NOTAM FILE AND 

S-26, D-75 MIRL 
Tree. 



RWV 23: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 45'. Tree. 
RWV 17-35: H5705X100 (ASPH-CONC) S-17, D-40 

RWV 17: Tree. RWV 35: Tree. 

RWV 09-27: H5408X100 (ASPH-CONC) S-17, D-40 

RWV 09: Tree. RWV 27: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1330-2300Z:t. 100LL self-svc fuel avbl 

24 hrs. For after hrs svc call 843-549-2549. Parachute Jumping. 

Lgtd water tank .98 miles from Rwy 09 thr on rwy centerline. Firing 

range between Rwy 17 and Rwy 09. Twys between Rwy 05, Rwy 

09, Rwy 17 and Rwy 23 clsd due to washouts and potholes. MIRL 

Rwy 05-23, PAPI Rwy 05, Rwy 23 and ODALS Rwy 23 opr 

continuously via photocell from dusk until 0300ZJ; then opr by 

pilot controlled lighting until dawn. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.725 (843) 538-3575. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® CHARLESTON APP/DEP CON 120.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHS. 

CHARLESTON (H)VORTAC 113.5 CHS Chan 82 N32°53.66' 
W80°02.27' 278° 30.5 NM to fid. 39/05W. HIWAS. 

WALTERBORO NDD (MHW) 221 RBW N32°55.55' W80°38.41 

ILS/DME 110.15 l-RBW Chan 38 




at fid. NOTAM FILE AND. 
Rwy 23. DME unusable byd 15 NM 



WILLIAMSBURG RGNL (See kingstree) 



WINNSBORO N34°18.87'W81°06.76' 
NDB(MHW)414 FDW at Fairfield Co. 



NOTAM FILE AND. 



CHARLOTTE 
L-24J, 25D 



CHARLOTTE 

H-9B, 12G, L-24J, 25D 

IAP 



WINNSBORO 

FAIRFIELD CO (FDW) 3 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N34°18.93' W81°06.53' 
577 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE AND 
RWV 04-22: H 5003X100 (ASPH) S-42, D-60 MIRL 0.3% up SW 

RWV 04: PAPI (P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 26'. Tree. RWV 22: PAPI (P2L)-GA 3.0° TCH 30'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z+. For FBO call (803) 635-3086. MIRL Rwy 04-22 preset on low ints and 

PAPI Rwys 04 and 22 opr dusk-0400Z:t; to increase ints MIRL Rwy 04-22 ACTIVATE— CTAF. After 0400ZJ; 

ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 04-22 and PAPI Rwys 04 and 22— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 119.075 (803) 712-2577. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® COLUMBIA APP/DEP CON 133.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CAE. 

COLUMBIA (H)VORTAC 114.7 CAE Chan 94 N33°51.44' W81°03.24' 356° 27.6 NM to fid. 400/02W. 

WINNSBORO NDB (MHW) 414 FDW N34°18.87' W81°06.76' at fid. NOTAM FILE AND. 



WOODWARD FLD (see camden) 



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324 



TENNESSEE 



ABERNATHY FLD (see pulaski) 



N35°23.55' W86°05.15' 
Not insp. 



ATLANTA 

H-6K, 9A, L-16J 

DIAP 



OIL JOAP 24 hr PN TRAN ALERT Tran maintenance 



ARNOLD AFB (kayxj(ayx) af 6e utc-6(-5dtj 

1065 B NOTAM FILE BNA 

RWY 03-21: H6000X150 (ASPH) PCN 35 F/B/X/T 

RWY 03: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 

RWY 21: REIL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY 03: TORA-6000 T0DA-6000 

RWY 21: TORA-6000 T0DA-6000 
MILITARY SERVICE: JASO A/M32-86, A/M32-60 FUEL J8 

support extremely limited. 
MILITARY REMARKS: PPR, CLOSED weekend and holidays. RSTD Official Business Only. PPR 24 hr prior notice rqr. Ctc 

Base OPS Mon-Fri 1300-2100Z:t, DSN 340-7752/7689, C931-454-7752/7689 for PPR number. 

CAUTION: Deer and bird haz. Ctc Base OPS 10 min prior to Idg for arr info and wildlife watch update. Ldg at pilot's 

discretion. C-130 airdrop or copter opr in vicinity possible. TFC PAT Overhead 2500'. Avoid overflight of large 

rocket test facility 1 NM E. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 128.325. C931-454-2052. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 126.2 257.975 
® MEMPHIS APP/DEP CON 126.75 353.5 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

SHELBYVILLE (L) VOR/DME 109.0 SYI Chan 27 N35°33.72' W86°26.35' 121° 20.1 NM to fid. 814/01W. 

TULLAHOMA RGNL (T)VORW 109.65 UXM N35°22.83' W86°14.75' 088° 7.9 NM to fid. 



ARNOLD FLD (see halls) 



ATHENS 



MCMINN CO (MMI) 3 SE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°23.95' W84°33.71 
875 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 02-20: H6450X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-42 MIRL 0.8% up N 
RWY 02: REIL. SAVASI(S2L). Thld dsplcd 949'. Trees. 
RWY 20: REIL. SAVASI(S2L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1330-1030Z:t. PAEW invof Rwy 02-20. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 125.425 (423) 745-3422. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® KNOXVILLE APP/DEP CON 123.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CSV. 

HINCH MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 117.6 HCH Chan 123 N35°46.86' 

W84°58.71' 140° 30.6 NM to fid. 3040/02W. HIWAS. 
NDB(MHW)242 MMI N35°23.68' W84°33.70' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE BNA. NDB unmonitored 0130-1330Z:t. 




BEECH RIVER RGNL (See Lexington parsons) 



BENFI N35°44.53' W84°04.87' NOTAM FILE TYS. 
NDB(L0M)353 TY 049° 5.9 NM to Mc Ghee Tyson. 



ATLANTA 
L-25B 



(92A) 4 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°13.59' W84°35.10' 



ATLANTA 



BENTON 

CHILHOWEE GLIDERPORT 

770 NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 03-21: 2600X200 (TURF) 

RWY 03: Thld dsplcd 400'. P-line. RWY 21: Thld dsplcd 200'. P-line. Rgt tfc. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Rwy 03-21 surface uneven. Rwy 03-21 center 50 ft portion only marked with 

in-ground white painted markers. Rwy 03-21 dsplcd thlds marked with in-ground white painted markers. Rwys 

03-21 thld marked with in-ground white painted markers. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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BENTON CO (See CAMDEN) 



BOILING FORK N35°10.68' W86°04.09' notam file bna. 

NDB (MHW) 263 BGF at Winchester Muni. Unmonitored 0000-1400Z:t. 



ATLANTA 
L-16J 



BOLIVAR 

WILLIAM L. WHITEHURST FLD (M0s) 4 sw 

499 S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWV 01-19: H 5000X75 (AS PH) MIRL 
RWV 01: SAVASI(S2L)— TCH 26'. Trees. 
RWV 19: SAVASI(S2L)— TCH 22'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Oct-Mar Mon-Sat 1430-2230Z:t, Sun 
1600-2230Z:t, Apr-Sep Mon-Sat 1430-2300Z:t, Sun 
1600-2230Z:t. After hours SVC call 731-658-6436. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 121.125 (901) 658-6436. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.35 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE GWO. 

HOLLY SPRINGS (L)VORTAC 112.4 HLI Chan 71 N34°46.22 

W89°29.79' 037° 34.7 NM to fid. 630/03E. 
HARDEMAN NDB (MHW) 404 BAV N35°12.86' W89°02.53' 
at fid. NOTAM FILE MKL. 
NDB unmonitored 2300-1500Z:t. NDB unusable byd 20 NM. 



UTC-6(-5DT) N35-12.91' W89°02.59 




BOMAR FLD-SHELBYVILLE MUNI (see shelbyville) 



BOOIE N36°23.92' W82°29.77' NOTAM FILE TRI. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 221 BO 047° 6.3 NM to Tri-Cities Rgnl TN/VA. Unmonitored when twr closed. 



CINCINNATI 
L-25C 



BRISTOL N36°28.51' W82°24.24' 

RCO 122.2 (NASHVILLE RADIO) at Tri-Cities Rgnl TN/VA. 



CINCINNATI 
L-25C 



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326 



TENNESSEE 



BRISTOL/JOHNSON/KINGSPORT 



(TRI) 12SW 
100LL, JET A 



UTC-5(- 
OX 1, 2 



4DT) N36°28.51' W82°24.45' 
Class I, ARFF Index B 



CINCINNATI 

H-9B, 12G, L-25C 

IAP, AD 



S-lOO, D-150, ST-175, 



MIRL 



TRI-CITIES RGNL TN/VA 

1519 B S4 FUEL 

NOTAM FILE TRI 
RWY 05-23: H8000X150 (ASPH-GRVD) 
DT-210 HIRL CL 

RWY 05: VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 55'. Trees. 0.4% up. 
RWY 23: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4R). Trees. 
RWY 09-27: H4442X150 (ASPH) S-30, D-50, DT-95 

RWY 09: Tree. RWY 27: REIL. PAPI(P4L). 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. U.S. customs user fee arpt. 
ALSF 2 Rwy 23 and HIRL Rwy 05-23 opr med ints when twr clsd. 
MIRL Rwy 09-27 and REIL Rwy 27 not avbl when twr clsd. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (423) 279-0363. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 119.5 ATIS 118.25 UNICOM 122.95 
BRISTOL RCO 122.2 (NASHVILLE RADIO) 
® APP CON 134.425 (047°-227°) 125.5 (228°-046°) 119.25 
(1100-0500Z4:) 
TOWER 119.5 (1100-0500ZT.) GND CON 121.7 
® DEP CON 134.425 (047°-227°) 125.5 (228°-046°)(1100-0500Zl;) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 (0500-1100ZT.) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1100-0500Z1; other times CLASS E. 

TRSA svc etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

HOLSTON MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 114.5 HMV Chan 93 N36°26.22' W82°07.78 

4321/04W. 
BOOIE NDB (MHW/LOM) 221 BO N36°23.91' W82°29.77' 047° 6.3 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE TRI. 

(Unmonitored when twr closed). 
MOCCA NDB (LOM) 299 TR N36°33.32' W82°19.08' 226° 6.5 NM to fid. 
ILS 109.9 l-TRI Rwy 23. Class HE. LOM MOCCA NDB. BC unusable. ILS and MOCCA LOM unmonitored 

when twr clsd. Localizer unusable byd 10 degrees rgt of course. 
ILS 111.5 l-BON Rwy 05. Class IB. LOM BOOIE NDB. Glideslope unusable byd 5 degrees rgt of LOC 
course. Localizer unusable byd 25 degrees left of centerline. Localizer unusable and NDB LOM unmonitored 
when twr clsd. 




284° 13.6 NM to fid. 



BROWNSVILLE 

THORNTON (47M) 6 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N35"41.12' W89*12.27' 
351 NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWY 17-35: 2000X150 (TURF) 

RWY 17: Trees. RWY 35: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 17-35 soft when wet. Rwy 17-35 needs mowing and surface uneven. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



BURWI N35°27.70' W86-14.50' NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NDB (MHW) 332 ULH 184° 4.9 NM to Tullahoma Rgnl/WM Northern Fid. Unmonitored 0000-1400Zt. 



ATLANTA 

L-16J 



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TENNESSEE 



327 



CAMDEN 



BENTON CO (0M4) 3S UTC-6(-5DT) N36°00.57' W88°07.4S' 
468 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAMFILEMKL 
RWV 04-22: H5001X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 
RWV 04: REIL. PAPI(P2R). Trees 
RWV 22: REIL. PAPI(P2L). 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Tue-Sat 1400-2200Zt.. Arpt unattended 
Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. For arpt attendant 
after hrs call 731-584-3609. Trees obscure view of windsock 
from approaching and departing acft on Rwy 04. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 
JACKS CREEK (DVOR/DME 109.4 JKS Chan 31 N35°35.94' 
W88°21.53' 023° 27.2 NM to fid. 630/02E. 



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CARROLL CO (See Huntingdon) 



CENTERVILLE MUNI (GHM) 3 N UTC-6(-5DT) N35°50.25' W87°26. 
768 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWV 02-20: H4002X75 (ASPH) S-21, D-31 MIRL 

RWV 02: SAVASI(S2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 26'. Pole. Trees. 

RWV 20: REIL. SAVASI(S2L). Thld dsplcd 250'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2300ZJ:. For attendant 

other hrs call 931-729-0007. MIRL Rwy 02-20 preset low ints; 

to increase ints ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

GRAHAM RCO 122. 1R 111.6T (JACKSON RADIO) 

GRAHAM RCO 122.25 (JACKSON RADIO) 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 

GRAHAM (L)VORTAC 111.6 GHM Chan 53 N35°50.04' 
W87°27.11' at fid. 770/03E. 




CHARLES W BAKER (see millington) 



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328 



TENNESSEE 



CHATTANOOGA 

DALLAS BAY SKY PARK (1A0) 11 n utc-5(-4dt) 

690 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 05-23: H3025X50 (ASPH) LIRL 

RWY 05: Thld dsplcd 200'. Tree. 

RWY 23: Thld dsplcd 700'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1330-OOOOZi:, Sun 

1800-2300Zt. ACTIVATE LIRL Rwy 05-23 and rotating 

ben— 123.0. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHA. 

CHOO CHOO (H)VORTAC 115.8 GQO Chan 105 N34°57.68 
W85°09.20' 354° 13.6 NM to fid. 1030/01E. HIWAS. 



N35°11.25' W85°10.66' 




ATLANTA 

-9A, 12F, L-25A 

IAP. AD 



LOVELL FLD (CHA) 5E UTC-5(-4DT) N35°02.11' W85-12.21' 

683 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1,3 LRA Class I, ARFF Index B 

NOTAM FILE CHA 
RWY 02-20: H7400X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-120, D-160, ST-175, 

DT-265 HIRL CL 

RWY 02: MALSR. VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0°TCH 56'. 

RWY 20: ALSF2. TDZL. Railroad. 
RWY 15-33: H5575X150 (ASPH) S-120, D-160, ST-175, DT-265 
MIRL 

RWY 15: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 45'. Thld dsplcd 105'. Trees. 

RWY 33: PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 47'. Thld dsplcd 575'. Trees. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 



LDA-7201 
LDA-5470 
LDA-7400 

LDA-5000 




RWY 02: T0RA-7400 TODA-7400 ASDA-7201 

RWY 15: T0RA-5575 TODA-5575 ASDA-5575 

RWY 20: TORA-7400 TODA-7400 ASDA-7400 

RWY 33: TORA-5470 TODA-5470 ASDA-5470 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Large flocks of birds invof 

arpt. Transient acft avoid security zone within 300 ft of terminal 

building. Read back all hold short instructions rqrd. ACTIVATE 

HIRL and CL Rwy 02-20; TDZL Rwy 20, MALSR Rwy 02— CTAF. 

MIRL Rwy 15-33 unavailable when twr clsd. ALSF2 Rwy 20 ops 

med intensity when twr clsd. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) 

available. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (423) 499-5973. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 118.3 ATIS 119.85 UNICOM 122.95 

CHATTANOOGA RCO 123.65 122.2 (NASHVILLE RADIO) 
® CHATTANOOGA APP CON 125.1 (021°-199°) 119.2 (200°-020°) 126.5 (1100-0450Z1;) 

CHATTANOOGA TOWER 118.3 (1100-0450Z1;) GND CON 121.7 CLNC DEL 120.95 
® CHATTANOOGA DEP CON 125.1 (021°-199°) 119.2 (200°-020°) (1100-0450Z1;) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.05 (0450-1100Z:t.) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C sve 1100-0450Z1; etc APP CON other times CLASS E. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHA. 

CHOO CHOO (H)VORTAC 115.8 GQO Chan 105 N34°57.68' W85°09.20' 330° 5.1 NM 
HIWAS. 

DAISY NDB (HW) 341 CQN N35°09.99' W85°09.44' 198° 8.2 NM to fid (Unmonitored w 

ILS 109.5 l-CHA Rwy 20. Class HE. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. 

ILS 108.3 l-CGW Rwy 02. Class IB. BC unusable. ILS unmonitored when twr clsd. GS 
left of course. 

ASR(1100-0450Z:L-) 



to fid. 1030/01E. 
hen twr clsd). 
unusable byd 4° 



CHATTANOOGA N35°02.12' W85°12.23' 

RCO 123.65 122.2 (NASHVILLE RADIO) at Lovell Fid. 



ATLANTA 
L-25A 



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TENNESSEE 



329 



CHILHOWEE GLIDERPORT (see bentonj 



CHOO CHOO N34°57.68' W85°09.20' NOTAM FILE CHA. 

(H)VORTAC 115.8 GQO Chan 105 330° 5.1 NM to Lovell Fid. 1030/01E. HIWAS. 
RCD 122. 1R 115. 8T (MACON RADIO) 

CLARKSVILLE N36°37.32' W87°24.76' NOTAM FILE CKV. 
(T) VOR/DME 110.6 CKV Chan 43 at Outlaw Fid. 540/01W. 

VOR portion unusable 090°-110° byd 20 NM. 
RCO 122. 1R 110. 5T (JACKSON RADIO) 



ATLANTA 
H-9A, 12F, L-25A 



ST LOUIS 
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ST LOUIS 

H-6K, 9A, L— 161 

IAP 




CLARKSVILLE 

OUTLAW FLD (CKV) 6 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N36°37.31' W87°24.90' 
550 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ TPA-1500 (950) NOTAM FILE CKV 
RWV 17-35: H6000X100 (ASPH) S-60, D-90 MIRL 

RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 50'. 

RWV 35: MALS. PAPI(P2L). TCH 50'. Trees. Rgttfc. 
RWV 05-23: H4004X100 (ASPH) S-40, D-50 

RWV 05: Thld dsplcd 402'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 23: Thld dsplcd 503'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Oct-Apr 1400-OOOOZt-, May-Sep 

1400-0200ZT-. Arpt unattended Christmas. For svc after hrs call 

931-320-7753. Parachute Jumping. Extensive military and civil 

flight training within arpt area. Deer on and invof arpt. ACTIVATE 

REIL Rwy 17 and MALS Rwy 35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 134.575 (931) 431-3045. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

CLARKSVILLE RCO 122. 1R 110. 6T (JACKSON RADIO) 
® CAMPBELL APP/DEP CON 134.35 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CKV. 

CLARKSVILLE (T) VOR/DME 110.6 CKV Chan 43 N36°37.32' 
W87°24.76' at fid. 540/01W. 

SNUFF NDB (LOM) 335 CK N36°31.62' W87°23.19' 345° 
5.9 NM to fid. NDB unusable byd 10 NM. 

ILS 111.7 l-CKV Rwy 35. LOM SNUFF NDB. LOC only. 

CLEVELAND 

HARDWICK FLD (HOI) 4 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°13.20' W84M9.95' 
874 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE BNA 

RWV 03-21: H3300X75 (ASPH) S-17, D-23 LIRL 1.4% up NE 
RWV 03: REIL. SAVASI(S2L). Trees. 
RWV 21: REIL. SAVASI(S2L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2000Zt-. Arpt unattended Christmas 
and New Years day. Deer on and invof arpt. Recommended high 
performance acft land Rwy 03, tkf Rwy 21 when wind condition not 
a factor due to rwy gradient and apch obstructions. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® CHATTANOOGA APP/DEP CON 125.1 (1100-0450Z:t) 
ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.05 (0450-llOOZt-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHA. 

CHOO CHOO (H)VORTAC 115.8 GQO Chan 105 N34°57.68' 

W85°09.20' 044° 22.1 NM to fid. 1030/01E. HIWAS. 
NDB (MHW) 369 HDI N35°09.22' W84°54.35' 043° 5.4 NM 
to fid. NOTAM FILE BNA. 



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CLIFTON 



HASSELL FLD (M29) IE UTC-6(-5DT) N35 o 23.10' W87°58.05 

401 B NOTAM FILE MKL 

RWY 02-20: H4600X75 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 02: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 42'. Tree. 
RWY 20: REIL. SAVASI(S2L). Thld dsplcd 1108'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Waterfowl invof arpt. Numerous small 
cracks in rwy. Rwy 02-20 extensive cracking with vegetation. Rwy 
02-20 from NE end land rises rapidly to 14 ft at 400 ft past 
departure end SW. Ben OTS indef. Rwy 02 REIL OTS indef. Rwy 20 
REIL OTS indef. Rwy 02 SAVASI OTS indef. RWY 02-20 MIRL OTS 
indef. Rwy 20 SAVASI OTS indef. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 
JACKS CREEK (L) VOR/DME 109.4 JKS Chan 31 N35°35.94' 
W88-21.53' 122° 23.1 NM to fid. 630/02E. 




COLLEGEDALE MUNI <fgu) 2 se utc-5(-4dt) N35 o 02.59' wss 1 

860 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A TPA— 1900(1040) NOTAM FILE 
RWY 03-21: H4700X75 (ASPH) MIRL 

RWY 03: SAVASI(S2L). Thld dsplcd 400'. Trees. 

RWY 21: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 4.1° TCH 35'. Thld dsplcd 400'. 

Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1330-2300Z1;. For attendant after hrs call 

423-593-4020. Mountain 1.75 NM N of arpt 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-A 122.7 (423) 236-4028. Plus 

visibility. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHA. 

CHOO CHOO (H)VORTAC 115.8 GQO Chan 105 N34°57.68' 
W85°09.20' 052° 8.1 NM to fid. 1030/01E. HIWAS. 



01.31 

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TENNESSEE 



331 



COLUMBIA/MOUNT PLEASANT 



MAURY CO (MRC) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N35°33.26' W87°10.75' 
681 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWV 06-24: H5999X100 (ASPH) S-28, D-43, DT-70 MIRL 0.3% up 

RWV 06: REIL. PAP[(P4R). Trees. 

RWV 24: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
RWV 17-35: 1811X150 (TURF) 

RWV 35: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. CLOSED Christmas. PAEW 

invof rwys 1300-2300Zt-. Rwy 17-35 surface is rough and 

unmarked. ACTIVATE ODALS Rwy 24— CTAF. PAPI Rwy 06 and Rwy 

24 opr continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 128.625 (931) 379-0844. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 

GRAHAM (L)VORTAC 111.6 GHM Chan 53 N35°50.04' 
W87°27.11' 138° 21.4 NM to fid. 770/03E. 

NDB (MHW) 365 PBC N35°36.49' W87°05.48' 234° 5.4 
NM to fid. Unmonitored. 

SDF 108.7 MRC Rwy 24. 



ATLANTA 
H-6K, 9A, L— 161 
IAP 




COPPERHILL 

MARTIN CAMPBELL FLD (iA3) 3 ne utc-5(-4dt) N35°oo.95' ws4°2o.si 

1790 B NOTAM FILE BNA 

RWV 02-20: H3500X75 (ASPH) S-30, D-45 LIRL 

RWV 02: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 24'. Trees. 

RWV 20: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.5°TCH 28'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Birds on and invof arpt. Mountain ridge 

running parallel to rwy 5000' E. Rwy 02 and 20 REIL OTS indef. 

Rwy 02 VASI OTS indef. Rwy 20 VASI OTS indef. Rwy 02-20 LIRL 

OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MCN. 

HARRIS (L)VORTACW 109.8 HRS Chan 35 N34°56.58' 
W83°54.94' 282° 21.7 NM to fid. 3660/00E. HIWAS. 




CORNELIA FORT AIRPARK (see nashville) 



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332 



TENNESSEE 



N35°35.00' W89°35.23 



COVINGTON MUNI (M04) 3 ne utc-6(-5dtj 

280 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAMFILEMKL 
RWV 01-19: H5004X100 (ASPH) S-15 MIRL 
RWY 01: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 21'. Tree. 
RWY 19: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dawn-dusk. Arpt unattended Christmas 
and New Year's Day. Numerous agricultural acft ops conducted on 
and invof arpt May 1-Oct 31. Rwy 19 PAPI OTS indef. MIRL Rwy 
01-19 preset low ints, to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.575 (901)476-1705. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® MEMPHIS APP CON 125.8 120.07 
® MEMPHIS DEP CON 124.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DYR. 

DYERSDURG (L) VORTACW 116.8 DYR Chan 115 N36°01.11' 

W89°19.06' 204° 29.2 NM to fid. 380/03E. HIWAS. 
NDD(MHW)326 COO N35°35.38' W89°35.24' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MKL. (Unmonitored). 




CROSSVILLE MEMORIAL— WHITSON FLD (csv) 3w utc-6(-5dt) n35°57.os' ws5°o5.io' Atlanta 

1881 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ NOTAM FILE CSV H-9A, L-25A 

RWY 08-26: H5418X100 (ASPH) S-33, D-62 HIRL 0.3% up W IAP 

RWY 08: VASI(V4R)— GA 3.0°TCH 50'. Trees. RWY 26: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 52'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400ZJ;-dark. CLOSED Thanksgiving and Christmas day. Parachute Jumping. ACTIVATE 

HIRL Rwy 08-26 — preset low ints; to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 120.625 (931) 456-4406. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

RCO 122.5 122.2 (NASHVILLE RADIO) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.6 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc continuous. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CSV. 

HINCH MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 117.6 HCH Chan 123 N35°46.86' W84°58.71' 335° 11.5 NM to fid. 
3040/02W. HIWAS. 

ILS 109.1 l-CSV Rwy 26. Class IA. BC unusable. LOC unusable inside .5 NM. LOC unusable byd 15° 
left of final. 



DAISY N35°09.99' W85°09.44' NOTAM FILE CHA. 

ND6(HW)341 CQN 198° 8.2 NM to Lovell Fid. (Unmonitored when twr clsd). 



ATLANTA 
L-25A 



DALLAS DAY SKY PARK (see chattanooga) 



SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



TENNESSEE 



333 



DAYTON 

MARKANTON (2A0) 4E UTC-5(-4DT) N35 29.18' W84°55.87 
719 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 03-21: H5000X75 (ASPH) S-28, D-37 MIRL 

RWV 03: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 24'. Trees. 

RWV 21: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 21'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1330-2230Z:t, Sun 

1730-2230Z:t. CLOSED Thanksgiving and Christmas day. Deer on 

and invof arpt. SAVASI Rwy 03 OTS indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 135.075 (423) 775-4695. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 

CHATTANOOGA APP/DEP CON 125.1 (1100-0450Z:t) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.6 (0450-1100Z:t) 

ECO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CSV. 

HINCH MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 117.6 HCH Chan 123 N35°46.86' 
W84°58.71' 175° 17.8 NM to fid. 3040/02W. HIWAS. 

NDB (MHW) 394 DTE N35°28.92' W84°55.86' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE BNA. 



ATLANTA 

H-9A, 12F, L-25A 

IAP 




DICKSON MUNI (M02) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N36°07.68' W87-25.79' 
892 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2 NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWV 17-35: H5001X75 (ASPH) S-16, D-26 MIRL 0.5% up N 
RWV 17: REIL. PAPI (P2L). Trees. 
RWV 35: REIL. PAPI (P2L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Oct-Mar 1400-OOOOZt-, Apr-Sep 

1400-0100Z:t. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 123.875 (615) 446-5481. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON: 125.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 

GRAHAM (L)VORTAC 111.6 GHM Chan 53 N35°50.04' 

W87°27.11' 360° 17.6 NM to fid. 770/03E. 
NDB (MHW) 203 DMZ N36°07.64' W87°25.94' at fid. NDB 
unmonitored 2130-1230Z:t. 



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NDB (LOM) 304 BN 024° 6 NM to Nashville Intl. 



ST LOUIS 
L-16J 



DULANEY N36°08.15' W82°53.42' NOTAM FILE BNA. CINCINNATI 

NDB (MHW) 263° DYQ 050° 5 NM to Greeneville-Greene Co Muni. Unmonitored 2300-1300Z:t. L-25C 



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334 



TENNESSEE 




DYERSBURG RGNL (DYR) 2S UTC-6(-5DT) N35 59.88' W89°24.40' 
338 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE DYR 

RWY 04-22: H5698X100 (ASPH) S-55, D-80, ST-102, DT-140 MIRL 0.7% up 
RWY 04: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Thld dsplcd 694'. Trees. 
RWY 16-34: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-50, 0-75, ST-95, DT-135 
0.3% up NW 
RWY 34: Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300ZJ:. For svc after hrs phone 
731-445-1126 or 731-286-0447. Rwy 04 REIL OTS indef. Rwy 
22 REIL OTS indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 135.625 (731) 287-0300. HIWAS 

116.8 DYR. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
RCO 122.45 122.2 (JACKSON RADIO) 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.65 
AIRSPACE: CLASS E svc continuously. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DYR. 

(L)VORTACW 116.8 DYR Chan 115 N36°01.11' 

W89°19.06' 251° 4.5 NM to fid. 380/03E. HIWAS. 
NALLY DUNSTON NDB (MHW) 343 DNT N35°59.70' 

W89°24.35' at fid. NOTAM FILE MKL. NDB unmonitored 
Mon-Fri 0100-1300ZJ;, Sat-Sun 2300-1400ZJ:. SHUTDOWN. 

EAGLEVILLE 

PUCKETT GLIDERPORT (50m> a se utc-6(-5dt) N35M1.37' W86°36.90' 

780 NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 14-32: 2200X145 (TURF) 

RWY 14: Thld dsplcd 600'. Trees. Rgttfc. RWY 32: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1600ZJ:-SS. Gliderport-powered acft welcome. Military activity and maneuvers 

prohibited. Rwy 14-32 and dsplcd thld marked with 3' white cones. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Fequency 123.5 used for Glider Training 

ELIZABETHTON MUNI (0A9) 3 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N36°22.27' W82°10.41' 
1593 S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3 TPA— 2593(1000) NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 06-24: H4529X70 (ASPH) S-25 LIRL (NSTD) 0.8% up NE 

RWY 06: SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.75° TCH 36'. Thld dsplcd 97'. Trees. 

Rgt tfc. 

RWY 24: Thld dsplcd 429'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Apr-Oct 1230-0230ZJ;, Nov-Mar 

1230-0030ZJ:. High performance acft departing Rwy 24 are to 

maintain rwy heading until reaching 2,600' MSL. Repetitive tfc 

pattern ops by high performance acft is discouraged. 250' AGL 

crane ops intermittently 0.4 NM SW AER 06 and 250' E of 

centerline. Rwy 06-24 NSTD LIRL avbl by prior arrangement only; 

call 423-543-2801 or after hrs 423-795-5303. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 135.675 (423) 543-1801. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® TRI CITY APP/DEP CON 134.425 128.67 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

HOLSTON MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 114.6 HMV Chan 93 N36°26.22' 
W82°07.78' 212° 4.5 NM to fid. 4321/04W. 

NDD(MHW)275 EZT N36°18.96' W82°16.23' 057° 5.8 NM 
to fid. VFR only. 



MEMPHIS 

-6J, L-16H 

IAP 




ELLINGTON (see lewisburg) 



ELVIS N35°03.69' W90-04.30' NOTAM FILE MEM. 

NDD (MHW/LOM) 287 ME 102° 4.8 NM to Memphis Intl. NDB unusable byd 15 NM. 



MEMPHIS 
L-18G 



EVERETT-STEWART RGNL (see union city) 



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TENNESSEE 



335 



FAYETTE CO (see somervillej 



FAYETTEVILLE MUNI (fym) 6 s utc-6(-5dt) n35°03.5s' W86 

984 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X3,4 NOTAM FILE MKL 

RWV 02-20: H 5900X100 (ASPH) S-21, D-31 MIRL 0.4% up N 

RWV 02: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.75° TCH 31'. Thld dsplcd 400'. 

Trees. 

RWV 20: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P4R). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z:t, Sun 

1600-2200Z:t, CLOSED Federal holidays. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 
02-20 and ODALS Rwy 20— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 135.275 (931) 433-5916. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/I.IN IC DM 122. 8 
® HUNTSVILLE APP/DEP CON 125.5 (1200-0600Z:t) 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 120.8 (0600-1200Z:t) 
SCO 121.725 key 4 times (HUNTSVILLE CLNC), key 6 times 
(JACKSON FSS CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

ROCKET (L)VORTACW 112.2 RQZ Chan 59 N34°47.83' 

W85°38.03' 010° 16.1 NM to fid. 1199/02E. 
KELSO NDB (MHW) 358 TNY N35°08.04' W86°32.52' 195' 
4.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MKL. NDB unmonitored 
2300-1400ZT-. 
SDF 110.5 FYM Rwy 20. SDF unmonitored 2300-1400ZJ:. 



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FORT CAMPBELL (see sabre ahp) 



FRANKLIN CO (see sewanee) 



GAINESBORO 

JACKSON CO (1A7) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N36°23.84' W85°38.50 
515 NOTAM FILE BNA 

RWV 18-36: H3500X75 (ASPH) S-21, D-31 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. High terrain all quadrants. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

LIVINGSTON (L)VORTAC 108.4 LVT Chan 21 N36°35.07' 
W85°10.00' 246° 25.6 NM to fid. 1020/02W. 




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336 



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ST LOUIS 

H-6K, 9A, L-1BJ 

IAP 



GALLATIN 

SUMNER CO RGNL (M33) 2E UTC-6(-5DT) N36"22.61' W86"24.53 
583 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X1 NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 17-35: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-16, D-26 MIRL 0.8% up N 
RWY 17: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
RWY 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Oct-Mar 1230-0100Z1;, Apr-Sep 

1230-0200Z1;. ACTIVATE MIRL Rwy 17-35— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 132.725 (615) 230-8005. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.05 
® NASHVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.4 

GCO 135.075 (NASHVILLE CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NASHVILLE (H)VORTAC 114.1 BNA Chan 88 N36°08.22' 
W86°41.09' 045° 19.7 NM to fid. 570/02W. 




GATLINBURG-PIGEON FORGE (see sevierville) 



GENERAL DEWITT SPAIN (See Memphis) 



GIBSON CO (See TRENTON) 



GRAHAM N35-50.04' W87°27.11' NOTAM FILE MKL. 

(L)VORTAC 111.6 GHM Chan 53 at Centerville Muni. 770/03E. 
RCO 122. 1R 111. 6T (JACKSON RADIO) 
RCO 122.25 (JACKSON RADIO) 



ATLANTA 
L-161 



GREENEVILLE-GREENECO MUNI (gcy) 2n utc-5(-4dt) n36°h.58' w. 

1608 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2,4 NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 05-23: H6302X100 (ASPH) S-22, D-35 MIRL 0.6% up NE 
RWY 05: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 28'. Trees. 
RWY 23: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 31'. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1230-OOOOZt. For svc other hrs call 
423-636-8717. PAEW adjacent rwy and twy. Rwy 23 designated 
calm wind rwy. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 128.425 (423) 639-5081. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® TRI CITY APP/DEP CON 119.25 (1100-0500Z4:) 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 (0500-1100ZJ;) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SNOWBIRD (L)VORTAC 108.8 SOT Chan 25 N35°47.41' 

W83°03.14' 030° 26.8 NM to fid. 4239/04W. 
DULANEY NDB (MHW) 263 DYQ N36°08.15' W82°53.42' 
051° 5 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE BNA. Unmonitored 
2300-1300Z4:. 
ILS 108.5 l-GCY Rwy 05. (Loc only) Unmonitored 
0100-1300Zt. 



CINCINNATI 

H-9B, 12G, L-25C 

IAP 




SE, 08 APR 2010 to 03 JUN 2010 



TENNESSEE 



337 



HALLS 



ARNOLD FLD (M31) 2 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N35°54.20' W89°23.84' 
292 S8 FUEL 100LL NOTAMFILEMKL 
RWV 18-36: H4700X75 (CONC) 

RWV 18: Tree. Rgt tfc. RWY 36: Antenna. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended irregularly. Waterfowl refuge % NM east of 

arpt. Fence north end of rwy beyond overrun and CLOSED rwys to 

isolate vehicle traffic from Rwy 18-36. There may be vehicle tfc 

on abandoned rwy system. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DYR. 

DYERSBURG (L) VORTACW 116.8 DYR Chan 115 N36°01.11' 
W89°19.06' 206° 7.9 NM to fid. 380/03E. HIWAS. 



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HARDEMAN N35°12.S6' W89°02.53' NOTAMFILEMKL. ATLANTA 

NDB(MHW)404 BAV at William L. Whitehurst Fid. NDB unmonitored 2300-1500Z:t. L-16H 

NDB unusable byd 20 NM. 



HARDWICK FLD (See Cleveland) 



HASSEL FLD (see clifton) 



HAWKINS CO (See ROGERSVILLE) 



HENRY CO (See PARIS) 



H INCH MOUNTAIN N35 46.86' W84'58.71' NOTAM FILE CSV. 

(L)VORTAC 117.6 HCH Chan 123 335° 11.5 NM to Crossville Memorial-Whitson Fid. 

3040/02W. HIWAS. 
RCO 122. 1R 117. 6T (NASHVILLE RADIO) 



ATLANTA 
H-9A, L-25A 



HOHENWALD N35°27.75' W87°37.82' NOTAMFILEMKL. 

NDB (MHW) 257 JHG at John A Baker Fid. Unmonitored. (NDB unusable byd 16 NM) 



ATLANTA 
L— 161 



HOHENWALD 



N35°32.76' W87°35.84 



JOHN A BAKER FLD <0M3) 2w utc-6(-sdt) 

972 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MKL 

RWY 02-20: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-8, D-12 MIRL 0.5% up N 

RWY 02: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.00° TCH 40'. Trees. 

RWY 20: PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.00° TCH 40'. Thld dsplcd 500'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Self service fuel avbl 24 hrs. ACTIVATE 

MIRL Rwy 02-20 — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 02 and Rwy 20 on continuous. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 

GRAHAM (L)VORTAC 111.6 GHM Chan 53 N35°50.04' 
W87°27.11' 199° 18.7 NM to fid. 770/03E. 

HOHENWALD NDB (MHW) 257 JHG N35°27.75' W87°37.82' 

019° 5.3 NM to fid. Unmonitored. (NDB unusable byd 16 NM) 




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HOLSTON MOUNTAIN N36°26.22' W82°07.78' NOTAM FILE BNA. 

(L)VORTAC 114.6 HMV Chan 93 284° 13.6 NM to Tri-Cities Rgnl TN/VA. 4321/04W. 
RCO 122. 1R 114. 6T (NASHVILLE RADIO) 

HOUSTON CO (See McKINNON) 

HUCHN N35°59.28' W85°35.17' NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NDB (MHW) 233 HEM 036° 4.9 NM to Upper Cumberland Rgnl. NDB unmonltored 0100-1300Z1:. 



CINCINNATI 
H-9B, L-25C 



ATLANTA 
L-25A 



HUMBOLDT MUNI (M53) 3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N35 48.13' W88°52.50' 
421 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWY 04-22: H4003X75 (ASPH) S-16, D-26 MIRL 0.4% up NE 
RWY 04: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. 
RWY 22: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended dalgt hrs. Agricultural acft ops on and 
invof arpt. Rwy 04-22 15-30' trees west of rwy violate transition 
slope. Twy Igts very low ints. Rwy 04-22 Igts OTS-preset at step 
1. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.65 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE DYR. 

DYERSBURG (L) VORTACW 116.8 DYR Chan 115 N36°01.11' 
W89°19.06' 118° 25.2 NM to fid. 380/03E. HIWAS. 



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HUNTINGDON N36°05.3i' W88°28.or 

NDB (MHW) 217 HZD at Carrol Co. 



NOTAM FILE MKL. 



ST LOUIS 
L-1GI 



HUNTINGDON 

CARROLL CO (HZD) 4 NW UTC-6(-5) N36°05.36' W88°27.80 
497 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MKL Not insp. 
RWY 01-19: H5507X100 (ASPH) S-25, D-37 MIRL 

RWY 01: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Road. 

RWY 19: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 35'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z1;, Sun 

1900-2300Z1;. For svc after hrs call 731-352-7278. MIRL Rwy 

01-19 preset med ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 

01 and Rwy 19— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 133.275 (731) 352-2854. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.65. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 

JACKS CREEK (L) VOR/DME 109.4 JKS Chan 31 N35°35.94' 
W88°21.53' 348° 29.8 NM to fid. 630/02E. 

HUNTINGDON NDB (MHW) 217 HZD N36°05.31' W88°28.01' 
at fid. 




HURRICANE N35°59.04' W85°48.49' NOTAM FILE BNA. 
NDB (MHW) 256 SKN at Smithville Muni. 



ATLANTA 
L-25A 



JACKSBORO N36°20.27' W84°09.66' NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NBB (MHW) 204 JAU at Campbell Co. Unmonitored exc Mon-Sat. 1900-0300Z1;. SHUTDOWN. 



CINCINNATI 
L-25B 



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339 



JACKSBORO 

CAMPBELL CO (JAU) IE UTC-5(-4DT) N36 o 20.05' W84°09.78' 
1180 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 05-23: H4000X75 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 1.2% up NE 

RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 26'. Trees. 

RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 30'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2200Zt.. Parachute 

Jumping. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 124.975 (423) 566-6474. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/I.IN IC DM 122.8 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TYS. 

VOLUNTEER (H)VORTAC 116.4 VXV Chan 111 N35°54.29' 
W83°53.68' 336° 28.8 NM to fid. 1290/03W. HIWAS. 

JACKSBORO NDB (MHW) 204 JAU N36°20.27' W84°09.66' 
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RCO 122. 1R 109. 4T (JACKSON RADIO) 



JACKSON N35°36.08' W88°54.91' 

RCO 122.2 122.65 127.15 (JACKSON RADIO) 



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MC KELLAR-SIPES RGNL (MKL) 4W UTC-6(-5DT) N35°35.99' W8S°54.94 

434 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A Class I, ARFF Index A NOTAM FILE MKL 

RWV 02-20: H6006X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-55, D-80, ST-102, DT-125 HIRL 0.4* 
RWV 02: MALSR. PAPI(P4L). 
RWV 20: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Tree. 

RWV 11-29: H3538X100 (ASPH) S-27 MIRL 

RWV 11: PAPI(P4L). Tree. RWV 29: PAPI(P4L). Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1200-0330ZJ;, Sat-Sun 
1300-0230ZJ:. For attendant other hrs call 
731-422-4486/394-6006. CLOSED to Department of 
Transportation certificated air carrier operations 0400-1330ZJ; 
except with prior approval from arpt management. CLOSED to 
unscheduled air carrier ops with more than 30 passenger seats 
except 24 hr PPR call arpt manager 731-423-0995. Air carrier 
operations involving aircraft with more than 9 passenger seats are 
not authorized in excess of 15 minutes before or after scheduled 
arrival or departure time without prior coordination with airport 
manager and confirmation that aircraft rescue and fire fighting 
services are available prior to arrival or departure. PPR for ground 
access to fid 0330-1200ZJ;, call 731-423-0995. Rwy 02-20 
grooved 55' each side of centerline. Rwy 02 PAPI not coincidental 
with l-MLK Glideslope path. When twr closed ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 
02-20, MIRL Rwy 11-29 and MALSR Rwy 02-CTAF. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS 119.325 (731) 424-0692. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 127.15 UNICOM 122.95 

JACKSON RCD 122.2 122.65 127.15 (JACKSON RADIO) 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.65 

JACKSON TOWER 127.15 (1300-0100ZJ;) GND CON 120.9 

AIRSPACE: CLASS svc 1300-0100ZJ: other times CLASS E. 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 

(T) VORW/DME 112.0 MKL Chan 57 N35°36.21' W88°54.63' at fid. 410/01W 
MERSV NDB (LOM) 394 MK N35°30.95' W88°57.42' 023° 5.4 NM to fid. 
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JAMESTOWN MUNI (2A1) 5S UTC-6(-5DT) N36 o 20.9S' W84°56.80 
1694 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE BNA 

RWY 18-36: H3498X75 (ASPH) S-17, D-22 HIRL 0.5% up N 
RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Tree. 
RWY 38: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 4.0° TCH 22'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2200Z:t, Sun 

1800-2200Z:t. Parachute activity invof arpt. ACTIVATE HIRL Rwy 
18-36 and REIL Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 18 and Rwy 
36 on continuously. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.625 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

LIVINGSTON (L)VORTAC 108.4 LVT Chan 21 N36°35.07' 
W85°10.00' 145° 17.6 NM to fid. 1020/02W. 




JASPER N35°03.58' W85°35.04' NOTAM FILE BNA. 
NDB(MHW)382 APT at Marion Co-Brown Fid. 



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JASPER 

MARION CO-BROWN FLD (apt) 4 se utc-6(-5dt> 

641 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 04-22: H3500X75(ASPH) S-30 MIRL 

RWY 04: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 26'. Tree. 

RWY 22: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.5° TCH 22'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z:t, Sun 

1800-2300Z:t. CLOSED on federal holidays. Svcs not avbl 

holidays. Deer on and invof arpt. Ultralight activity on and invof 

arpt. PAEW on and invof Rwy 04-22. SAVASI Rwy 04 OTS indef. 

SAVASI Rwy 22 OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

CHATTANOOGA APP/DEP CON 119.2 (1100-0450Zfl 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 132.05 (0450-1100Z4:) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CHA. 

CHOO CHOO (H)VORTAC 115.8 GQO Chan 105 N34°57.68' 
W85°09.20' 285° 22.1 NM to fid. 1030/01E. HIWAS. 

JASPER NDB (MHW) 382 APT N35°03.58' W85°35.04' at fid 
NOTAM FILE BNA. 



N35°03.64' W85°35.12 




JEFFERSON N36°06.63' W83°28.54' NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NDB {MHW) 346 JXT 054° 6.4 NM to Moore-Murrell. NDB unusable byd 15 NM. 



CINCINNATI 
L-25B 



JOHN A BAKER FLD (see hohenwald) 



JOHN C. TUNE (See NASHVILLE) 



JOHNSON CO (See MOUNTAIN CITY) 



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341 



JOHNSON CITY (0A4) 3 NM UTC-5(-4DT) N36°21.82' WB2°18.54 
1550 NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 04-22: H3000X50 (ASPH) S-15 

RWV 04: Thld dsplcd 800'. Trees. RWV 22: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2200Zt. Mountain ridges E of arpt. 

4390' within 9 mi. Rwy 04-22 pavement badly cracked. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

HOLSTON MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 114.6 HMV Chan 93 N36°26.22 
W82°07.78' 247° 9.7 NM to fid. 4321/04W. 




KELSO N35-08.04' W86°32.52' NOTAM FILE MKL. 

NDB (MHW) 358 TNY 195° 4.6 NM to Fayetteville Muni. NDB unmonitored 2300-1400Z:t. 



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KNOXVILLE DOWNTOWN ISLAND (DKX) 3SE UTC-5(-4DT) N35°57.83' W83°52.42 
833 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET Al 0X1,2,3,4 NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 08-26: H3499X74 (ASPH) S-22 MIRL 

RWV 08: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 35'. Trees. 

RWV 26: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 32'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1200-1400Z:t. 100LL avbl 24 hrs on 

self-svc. Geese on and invof arpt. Req acft departing Rwy 26 

avoid turns over neighborhood located approximately 1 NM SW of 

arpt noise sensitive area. MIRL Rwy 08-26 and twy Igts and REILS 

Rwy 08 and Rwy 26 are preset on low ints; to increase ints 

ACTIVATE— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 125.375 (865) 579-6151. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 126.6 UNICOM 122.95 
® KNOXVILLE APP/DEP CON 123.9 CLNC DEL 121.7 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TYS. 

VOLUNTEER (H)VORTAC 116.4 VXV Chan 111 N35°54.29' 
W83°53.68' 019° 3.7 NM to fid. 1290/03W. HIWAS. 

ILS 111.3 l-DKX Rwy 26. (Loc only) 



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100LL, JET A, J8 0X1 



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LRA Class I, ARFF Index C 



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RWY 05L-23R: H9005X150 (CONC-GRVD) 

DT-350.DDT-540 HIRL CL 

RWY 05L: MALSR. TDZL. VASI(V4L)— GA 2.7TCH 75 

0.9% up. 

RWY 23R: ALSF2. TDZL. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 56'. Rgt tfc. 

0.3% down. 
RWY 05R-23L: H9000X150 (ASPH-GRVD) S-75, D-200, ST-175, 

DT-270 HIRL CL 

RWY 05R: TDZL. REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 43'. Rgt tfc. 

0.5% up. 

RWY 23L: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 55'. Thld dsplcd 400'. Tree. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWY05R: T0RA-9000 TODA-9000 ASDA-8600 LDA-8600 

RWY23L: TORA-9000 TODA-9000 ASDA-9000 LDA-8600 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. CAUTION: Birds on and invof 

arpt, increased Oct-Apr. Hold short line for Rwy 23L located 

slightly N of Twy A-8. Portion of Twy A near Rwy 5R apch end not 

visible from twr. Wide-bodied acft use care when turning onto Twy 

A from ramps 4, 5 and 6. PPR from Air National Guard for civil acft 

to use Twys Gl, G2, G3, G4, and G South of Twy G5. PPR to use Twy Gl/Rwy 5L underrun. Twy G5 and Twy G6 

are unusable for mil acft. Contact 865-985-4371. Rwy 23L RVR touchdown. Pilots are requested to delay turns 

until after 2500' unless otherwise advised to avoid noise sensitive areas. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) 

avbl. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (865) 981-4053. LLWAS. 
COMMUNICATIONS: ATIS 128.35 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 122.3 122.2 (NASHVILLE RADIO) 
® KNOXVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.0 (051°-229°) 123.9 (230°-050°) 120.65 132.8 

KNOXVILLE TOWER 121.2 GND CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 121.65 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE TYS. 

VOLUNTEER (H)VORTAC 116.4 VXV Chan 111 N35°54.29' W83°53.68' 
HIWAS. 

BENFI NDB (LOM) 353 TY N35°44.53' W84°04.87' 049° 5.9 NM to fid. 

ILS 110.3 l-TYS Rwy05L. Class IA. LOM BENFI NDB. BC unusable. 

ILS 111.7 l-BUI Rwy 23R LOC unusable byd 15 NM bio 3,000' and byd 15° rgt of course 

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LAFAYETTE MUNI (3M7) 2 W UTC-6(-5DT) N36 o 31.20' W86°03.48 
969 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 01-19: H5200X75 (ASPH) S-21, D-31 MIRL 0.5% up S 
RWY 01: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.5°TCH 24'. Thld dsplcd 200'. 
RWY 19: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 21'. P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1430-2300Z1;, Sun 

1800-2300ZT-. For attendant after hrs call 615-666-4408. 
ACTIVATE VASI Rwy 01 and 19— CTAF. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® NASHVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.4 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BWG. 

BOWLING GREEN (H)VORTACW 117.9 BWG Chan 

126 N36-55.73' W86°26.61' 141° 30.7 NM to fid. 
565/02E. 
NDB(MHW)245 LFB N36°30.91' W86°03.66' at fid. 
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936 B FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWV 17-35: H5003X100 (ASPH) 
RWV 17: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 
RWV 35: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Pole. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. For after hrs svc contact 

931-829-2652 or 931-242-8701. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 120.175 (931) 766-1585. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.85 
ECO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MSL. 

MUSCLE SHOALS (L) VORTACW 116.5 MSL Chan 112 N34°42.4 

W87°29.49' 019° 33.6 NM to fid. 580/01E. 
NDB (MHW) 269 LRT N35°14.13' W87°15.64' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MKL. NDB unmonitored 2300-1400ZT-. NDB 
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588 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 01-19: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-24, D-37 MIRL 0.8% up S 

RWV 01: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 400'. Trees. 

RWV 19: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Thld dsplcd 500'. Road. 
RWV 04-22: 1801X150 (TURF) 

RWV 22: Trees. 
RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 01: TORA-5000 T0DA-5000 ASDA-4680 LDA-4527 

RWV 19: TORA-5000 T0DA-5000 ASDA-4847 LDA-4527 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-0100Z:t, CLOSED Thanksgiving, 

Christmas and New Years day. For svc after hrs call 

615-444-0031. Bird activity on and invof arpt. Rwy 04-22 

marked with 3' white cones. Rwy 04-22 dsplcd thlds marked with 

three white cones. Rwy 01 PAPI OTS indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.325 (615) 444-5778. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.725 
® NASHVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.4 

ECO 135.075 (NASHVILLE CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NASHVILLE (H)VORTAC 114.1 BNA Chan 88 N36°08.22' 
W86°41.09' 082° 18.2 NM to fid. 570/02W. 

NDB (MHW) 414 JUE N36°11.53' W86°18.83' at fid. NDB unmonitored 0300-1200ZJ;. 



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LEWISBURG 

ELLINGTON (LUG) 3N UTC-6(-5DT) N35°30.42' W86°48.23' 
717 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAMFILEMKL 
RWY 02-20: H5002X75 (ASPH) S-28, D-41 MIRL 

RWY 02: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 28'. Trees. 

RWY 20: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.5°TCH 21'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300Z:t, Sun 

1900-2300Z:t. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 135.775 (931) 270-1014. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.75 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

SHELBYVILLE (L) VOR/DME 109.0 SYI Chan 27 N35°33.72' 
W86-26.35' 261° 18.2 NM to fid. 814/01W. 

VERONA NDB (MHW) 251 LUG N35°30.03' W86°48.58' at fid. 
NOTAM FILE MKL. Unmonitored 0100-1300Z:t. 



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BEECH RIVER RGNL (PVE) 5 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N35 d 39.38' W8S°11.72' 
488 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAMFILEMKL 
RWY 01-19: H6000X100 (CONC) S-45, D-60 MIRL 0.7% up N 

RWY 01: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 40'. 

RWY 19: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 40'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2300ZJ;, Sun 1900-2100Z:t. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.125 (731)845-5738. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 

JACKS CREEK (L) VOR/DME 109.4 JKS Chan 31 N35°35.94' W88°21.53' 065° 8.7 NM to fid. 630/02E 



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PERRY CO (M15) 3 SW UTC-6(-5DT) N35°35.75' W87°52.60' 
740 B NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWY 18-30: H3600X75 (ASPH) S-23 LIRL 

RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. 

RWY 36: REIL. PAPI(P2L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. CLOSED nights indefinitely. Rwy 18-36 

GWT single wheel limited to 17000 lbs by arpt manager. Arpt ben 

OTS indef. Rwy 18 and Rwy 36 REIL OTS indef. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 

JACKS CREEK (L) VOR/DME 109.4 JKS Chan 31 N35°35.94' 
W88°21.53' 088° 23.6 NM to fid. 630/02E. 




LIVINGSTON N36°35.07' W85°10.00' NOTAM FILE BNA. 

(L)VORTAC 108.4 LVT Chan 21 216° 12.4 NM to Livingston Muni. 1020/2W. 
RCO 122. 1R 108. 4T (NASHVILLE RADIO) 



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LIVINGSTON MUNI (8A3) 2 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N36"24.81' W85°18.63 
1372 B S2 FUEL 100LL, JET Al NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 03-21: H5152X75 (ASPH) S-14, D-21 MIRL 

RWV 03: REIL. VASI(V2L). Thld dsplcd 145'. Trees. 

RWV 21: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 4.0°TCH 21'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Z:t-dusk. After hours call for 

manager 931-823-1158 for svc. Parachute Jumping. Ultralight 

activity invof arpt. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 126.175 (931) 823-3329. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

RCO 122. 1R 108.4T (NASHVILLE RADIO) 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.625 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

(L)VORTAC 108.4 LVT Chan 21 N36°35.07' W85°10.00' 
216° 12.4 NM to fid. 1020/02W. 




LOVELL FLD (see chattanooga) 



MADISONVILLE N35°32.70' W84°22.9S' 
NDB (MHW) 361 MNV at Monroe Co. 



NOTAM FILE BNA. 



ATLANTA 
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MADISONVILLE 

MONROE CO (MNV) 2 NW UTC-5(-4DT) N35°32.71' W84-22.82 

1031 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A1+ NOTAM FILE BNA 

RWV 05-23: H3641X75 (ASPH) S-22, D-35 MIRL 0.8% up SW 

RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 20'. Tree. 

RWV 23: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 20'. Thld dsplcd 140'. Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2200Z:t. Arpt unattended Christmas 

day. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.475 (423) 442-6170. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® KNOXVILLE APP/DEP CON 123.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CSV. 

HINCH MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 117.6 HCH Chan 123 N35°46.86' 

W84°58.71' 118° 32.5 NM to fid. 3040/02W. HIWAS. 
MADISONVILLE NDB (MHW) 361 MNV N35°32.70' W84°22.98' 
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MAURY CO (See COLUMBIA/MOUNT PLEASANT) 



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HOUSTON CO (M93) OW UTC-6(-5DT) N36°19.00' W87°55.00 
370 NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWY 08-26: H3000X75 (ASPH) S-ll, D-24 

RWY 08: Tree. RWY 26: Thld dsplcd 210'. Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Unattended. Rwy 08-26 pavement cracking and 

grass growing in cracks. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CKV. 

CLARKSVILLE (T) VOR/DME 110.6 CKV Chan 43 N36°37.32' 
W87°24.76' 234° 30.5 NM to fid. 540/01W. 



ST LOUIS 
L-161 



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McMINNVILLE 

WARREN CO MEML (PNC) 3W UTC-6(-5DT) N35°41.92' W85°50.63 
1032 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 05-23: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-29, D-48 MIRL 

RWY 05: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 

RWY 23: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Thld dsplcd 290'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-0100Z:t. CLOSED Christmas. For 

svc after hrs call 931-668-7050. MIRL Rwy 05-23 preset on low 

to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 135.525 (931) 668-7056. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 126.75 

GCO 121.725 (FLIGHT SERVICES) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

SHEL6YVILLE (L) VOR/DME 109.0 SYI Chan 27 N35°33.72' 
W86°26.35' 075° 30.3 NM to fid. 814/01W. 

WARRI NDB (MHW) 209 RN N35°45.15' W85°45.85' 232° 5.1 
NM to fid. NDB unmonitored. 

ILS 111.5 l-RNC Rwy 23. LOM WARRI NDB. LOC only. 




MEMPHIS 



GENERAL DEWITT SPAIN (M01) 6 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N35°12.04' W90°03.24' MEMPHIS 

225 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X1,3,4 NOTAM FILE MKL L-16H 

RWY 17-35: H3800X75 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL IAP 

RWY 17: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 31'. Trees. Rgt tfc. 

RWY 35: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1300-2330ZJ:, Sat-Sun 1400-2230Z:t. Arpt unattended Thanksgiving and 

Christmas. Numerous radio towers 1 mile NE of airport — 849' MSL (608' AGL). Fixed-wing tkf/ldg prohibited 

from/to grass areas. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® MEMPHIS APP CON 119.1 ©MEMPHIS DEP CON 124.65 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MEM. 

MEMPHIS (H)VORTAC 117.5 MEM Chan 122 N35°00.91' W89°58.99' 342° 11.7 NM to fid. 360/01E. 

SPAIN NDB (MHW) 414 SPQ N35°12.07' W90°03.07' at fid. NOTAM FILE MKL. VFR only. 



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3S UTC-6(-5DT) 
100LL, JET A OX 1, 2 



N35°02.55' W89°58.60' 
LRA ARFF Index — See Remarks 



MEMPHIS INTL (mem) 

341 B S4 FUEL 

NOTAM FILE MEM 
RWV 18C-36C: H11120X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-125, D-210, 

ST-175, DT-458, DDT-873 HIRL CL 

RWV 18C: MALSR. TDZL. Pole. 0.7% up. 

RWV 36C: ALSF2. TDZL. Rgt tfc. 0.5% down. 
RWV 18R-36L: H9320X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-125, D-210, ST-175, 

DT-458, DDT 873 HIRL CL 

RWV 18R: MALSR. TDZL. Rgt tfc. 

RWV 36L: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI (P4L). Road. 0.6% down. 
RWV 18L-36R: H9000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-125, D-210, ST-175, 

DT-458, DDT-873 HIRL CL 

RWV 18L: MALSR. TDZL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 73'. 0.6% up. 

RWV 36R: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 69'. Antenna. 

0.6% down. 
RWV 08-27: H8946X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-125, D-178, ST-175, 

DT-602, DDT 870 HIRL CL 

RWV 03: MALSR. Pole. 

RWV 27: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 65'. Pole. 
LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS 

LANDING HOLD SHORT POINT DISTAVBL 

RWV 27 Twy N 8450 



0.6% down. 




RUNWAV DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 

RWV 03: T0RA-8946 TODA-8946 

TORA-11120 

TORA-9320 

TORA-8946 

TORA-9320 

TORA-11120 



RWV 18C: 
RWV 18R: 
RWV 27: 
RWV 36L: 
RWV 36C: 



ASDA-8946 LDA-8946 
TODA-11120 ASDA-11120 LDA-11120 
T0DA-9320 ASDA-9320 LDA-9127 
TODA-8946 ASDA-8946 LDA-8946 
TODA-9320 ASDA-9320 LDA-9320 
TODA-11120 ASDA-11120 LDA-11120 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. If possible all acft conduct gnd ops with transponders on. Extensive 
construction on arpt. Large flocks of birds invof arpt. Read back all hold short instructions required. Arpt 
CLOSED to C5 and larger exc PPR arpt manager 901-922-8117. Rwy 09 touchdown and rollout runway visual 
range avbl. Rwy 27 touchdown and rollout runway visual range avbl. Rwy 18C touchdown, midfield and rollout 
runway visual range avbl. Rwy 36C touchdown, midfield and rollout runway visual range avbl. Rwy 18L 
touchdown, midfield and rollout runway visual range avbl. Rwy 36R touchdown, midfield and rollout runway visual 
range avbl. Single belly twin tandem Idg gear-max weight 621,000 lbs. PPR for taxi cine on Twy N north of Twy V, 
Twy S north of Twy V and Twy C north of Twy V etc Federal Express Ramp Twr on frequency 131.5. Helicopter ops 
prohibited to /from terminal bldg. Twy N North of Twy V, Twy C North of Twy V and Twy S North of Twy V 
designated as Non-Movement Areas. Large and Heavy Eastbound acft on Twy V for Rwy 27 Hold Short at 
minimum thrust area sign. Twy V between Twy B and AER 27 restricted to acft with wingspans of 171 ft 6 inches 
or less. Twy V between Twy S and Twy Y restricted to acft with tail height less than 65 ft 10 inches. Portions of 
Twy A east of Twy A-l not visible from twr. Rwy 36R ALSF2 unmonitored. Class I, ARFF Index C. Index D ARFF 
equipment avbl 24 hrs per day, 7 days per week. Flight Notification Service (ADCUS) available. NOTE: See 
Special Notices — Noise Abatement Procedures and Continuous Power Facilities. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (901) 332-3679. TDWR. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 127.75 UNICOM 122.95 

RCO 123.65 122.2 (JACKSON RADIO) RCO 122. 1R 117. 5T (JACKSON RADIO) 
® APP CON 119.1 (176°-355°) 125.8 (356°-175°) 

TOWER 118.3 (Rwy 09-27) 119.7 (Rwy 18L-36R and Rwy 18C-36C) 128.425 (Rwy 18R-36L) 
GND CON 121.0 (Rwys 09-27) 121.9 (Rwy 18L-36R, and Rwy 18C-36C) 121.65 (Rwy 18R-36L) CLNC DEL 
125.2 
® DEP CON 124.65 (176°-355°) 124.15 (356°-175°) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS B See VFR Terminal Area Chart. 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MEM. 

(H)VORTAC 117.5 MEM Chan 122 N35°00.91' W89°58.99' 010° 1.7 NM to fid. 360/01E. 

ELVIS NDB (MHW/LOM) 287 ME N35°03.69' W90°04.30' 103° 4.8 NM to fid. NDB unusable byd 15 NM. 

ILS 109.5 l-MEM Rwy 09. Class IA. LOM ELVIS NDB. LOC unusable byd 25° left of course. OM/NDB 

unusable byd 15 NM. LOC unusable byd 20° right of course. 
ILS 111.95 l-SDU Rwy 18C. Class IE. 

ILS/DME 108.9 l-OHN Chan 26 Rwy 36L. Class HIE. BC unusable. 
ILS 109.9 l-OOl Rwy 18R. Class IB. 

ILS 108.7 I— JIM Rwy 27. LOC unusable byd 20° left of course. 
ILS/DME 111.15 l-EXS Chan 48(Y) Rwy 18L. Class IB. 
ILS/DME 111.35 l-MYO Chan 50(Y) Rwy 36R. Class HIE. 
ILS/DME 110.5 l-TSE Chan 42 Rwy 36C. Class HIE. 



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MERSY N35°30.95' W88°57.42' NOTAM FILE MKL. 

NDB(LOM)394 MK 020° 5.4 NM to McKellar-Sipes Rgnl. 



N35°16.74' W89°55.89' 



MEMPHIS 
L-1GH 

IAP 



MILLINGTON 

CHARLES W.BAKER (2ms) 4 sw utc-6(-5dt) 

247 B FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWY 18-36: H3500X75 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 

RWY 18: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 40'. Tree. 

RWY 36: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 4.0° TCH 40'. Tree. Rgt tfc. 
RWY 18U-36U: H1600X75 (ASPH) S-4 

RWY 18U: Tree. RWY 36U: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2230Z:t. Unattended Thanksgiving and Christmas. Fixed-wing tkf/ldg prohibited 

from/to grass areas. Rwy 18U-36U for ultralgt acft only. Rwy 18U-36U centerline stripes only. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MEMPHIS APP CON 125.8 ©MEMPHIS DEP CON 124.15 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MEM. 

MEMPHIS (H)VORTAC 117.5 MEM Chan 122 N35°00.91' W89°58.99' 008° 16.0 NM to fid. 360/01E. 

MILLINGTON NDB (MHW) 232 MIG N35°15.83' W89°55.98' at fid. NOTAM FILE MKL. VFR only. 



MEMPHIS 

H-6J, L-16H 

IAP 



MILLINGTON RGNL JETPORT (nqa) i ne utc-6(-5dt) N35°2i.40' W89°52.22 

320 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X4 ARFF Index— See Remarks 

NOTAM FILE NQA. 
RWY 04-22: H8000X200 (ASPH-CONC-GRVD) S-150, D-170, 

ST-175, DT-309 HIRL 

RWY 04: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 73'. 0.5% up. 

RWY 22: MALSR. REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 73'. Rgt 

tfc. 0.5% down. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously Mon-Fri, Sat-Sun 

1130-0100Z:t. For svc after hrs call FBO 901-873-4144. Class 

IV, ARFF Index A. Index D avbl with prior notice. Rwy 04-22 first 

1000 ft both ends and 3000 ft of NE portion not grvd. Twy B 

closed to air carrier ops. Rwy 22 REIL OTS indef. HIRL Rwy 04-22 

and MALSR Rwy 22 preset low ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE 

MALSR Rwy 22 and REIL Rwy 04 and Rwy 22— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.925 (901) 873-3630. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 120.25 UNICOM 122.95 
® MEMPHIS APP CON 119.1 126.7 (176°-355°) 125.8 120.07 120.925 
(356°-175°) 

TOWER 120.25 (Mon 1500-0800Z:t, Tue-Fri 1130-0800Z:t, 
Sat-Sun 1130-OlOOZ^) GND CON 121.375 
® MEMPHIS DEP CON 124.65 (176°-355°) 121.0 124.15 (356°-175°) 
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc (Mon 1500-0800Z:t, Tue-Fri 1130-0800Z:t, Sat-Sun 1130-OlOOZt) other times CLASS G 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MEM. 

MEMPHIS (H)VORTAC 117.5 MEM Chan 122 N35°00.91' W89°58.99' 014° 21.2 NM to fid. 360/01E. 

NDB (MHW) 232 MIG N35°16.83' W89°55.98' 029° 5.6 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MKL. VFR only. 

ILS/DME 109.75 l-NQA Chan 34(Y) Rwy 22. Class IE. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 



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NDB (LOM) 299 TR 226° 6.5 NM to Tri-Cities Rgnl TN/VA. Unmonitored when twr clsd. 



CINCINNATI 
L-25C 



MONROE CO (See MADISONVILLE) 



MOORE-MURRELL (see morristown) 



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349 



CINCINNATI 

H-9B, 12G, L-25B 

IAP 



MORRISTOWN 

MOORE-MURRELL (MORI 4 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N36°10.76' W83°22.53' 
1313 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 05-23: H5717X100 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 0.7% up SW 
RWV 05: REIL. MALSF. VASI(V4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 47'. Tree. 
RWV 23: REIL. VASI(V2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 53'. P-line. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300Zt-dusk. Deer on and invof arpt. 

MALSF ots indef. ACTIVATE VASI Rwy 05— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 126.725 (423) 587-5886. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® KNOXVILLE APP/DEP CON 132.8 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE RDU. 

SNOWBIRD (L)VORTAC 108.8 SOT Chan 25 N35°47.41' 

W83°03.14' 330° 28.1 NM to fid. 4239/04W. 
JEFFERSON NOB (MHW) 346 JXT N36°06.63' W83°28.54' 

054° 6.4 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE BNA. 
SDF/DME 109.5 MOR Chan 32 Rwy 05. (Unmonitored 
0200-1200ZJ:) 




MOUNTAIN CITY 

JOHNSON CO (6A4) 4S UTC-5(-4DT) N36°25.07' W81°49.51 
2240 S2 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 06-24: H4498X75 (ASPH) S-26, D-37 

RWV 06: Tree. Rgt tfc. RWV 24: P line. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2200ZJ;. Other hrs by request. Bird 

and deer activity invof arpt. Mountainous terrain; high peaks all 

quadrants. Ngt ops not recommended for transient tfc due to 

terrain. For FBO svc call 423-727-1223. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 126.225 (423) 727-4365. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 

TRI CITV APP/DEP CON 134.425 (1100-0500Z:t) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.15 (0500-llOOZt) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

HOLSTON MOUNTAIN (L)VORTAC 114.6 HMV Chan 93 N36°26.22' 
W82°07.78' 098° 14.8 NM to fid. 4321/04W. 




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MURFREESBQRQ MUNI (mbt) 2n utc-6(-5dtj n35°52.65' v\ 

614 B S4 FUEL 100, JET A 0X2,4 NOTAM FILE BNA 

RWY 18-36: H3S98X100 (ASPH) S-30 MIRL 0.4% up S 

RWY 18: REIL. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 21'. Tree. 

RWY 36: REIL. SAVASI(S2R)— GA 3.5° TCH 24'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Apr-Oct Mon-Sat 1330-0130ZJ;, Sun 

1500-0130ZJ:, Nov-Mar Mon-Sat 1330-00 30Z if, Sun 

1500-0030ZJ:. General arpt information call 615-848-3254, for 

emerg or after firs svc call 615-849-6031. Rwy 36 designated 

calm wind rwy. Extensive student flight training 1400-2300ZJ:. 

Standard tfc pattern required of all acft. Rwy 18 and 36 REIL OTS 

indef. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 133.975 (615) 849-2622. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
® NASHVILLE APP/DEP CON 118.4 

ECO 135.075 (NASHVILLE CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIEATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

SHEL6YVILLE (L) VOR/DME 109.0 SYI Chan 27 N35°33.72' 
W86°26.35' 010° 19.1 NM to fid. 814/01W. 

WALTER HILL NDD (MHW) 371 FQW N35°57.67' W86°22.26' 
186° 5.0 NM to fid. 




MUSIC N36-26.94' W86°59.63' NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NDD (MHW) 279 ON 037° 6.4 NM to Springfield Robertson Co. 



ST LOUIS 
L-161 



NALLY DUNSTON N35°59.70' W89°24.35' NOTAM FILE MKL. 

NDD (MHW) 343 DNT at Dyersburg Rgnl. NDB unmonitored Mon-Fri 0100-1300ZJ:, 
Sat-Sun 2300-1400ZJ:. SHUTDOWN. 



MEMPHIS 
L-16H 



NASHVILLE 



CORNELIA FORT AIRPARK (mss) 5 ne utc-6(-5dt) n36°ii.42' W86°4i.98 

418 S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2,4 TPA— 1000(582) NOTAM FILE BNA 

RWY 04-22: H3500X50 (ASPH) LIRL(NSTD) 

RWY 04: Tree. Rgt tfc. RWY 22: Tree. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300ZJ:-dusk. No svcs avbl Christmas 
day. Rwy 04-22 NSTD LIRL-NSTD height and thld Igt location. 
Enter rgt tfc pattern Rwy 04 from NW at 1100 ft (MSL); etc 
Nashville apch con to avoid Nashville Intl tfc. Dep tfc pattern Rwy 
04 W to N; otherwise etc Nashville apch con for cine thru area. 
Enter left tfc for Rwy 22 from NW at 1100 ft (MSL); etc Nashville 
apch con to avoid Nashville Intl tfc. Dep tfc pattern Rwy 22 to the 
W to N; otherwise etc Nashville apch con for cine thru area. 

COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNCOM 123.075 

RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NASHVILLE (H)VORTAC 114.1 BNA Chan 88 N36°08.22' 
W86°41.09' 349° 3.3 NM to fid. 570/02W. 



ST LOUIS 
L-16J 




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351 



JOHN C TUNE (JWN) 1 NW UTC-6(-5T) N36°10.94' W86°53.20' 



TPA— 1495(1000) 
0.7% up NE 



495 B S3 FUEL 100LL, JET A+ 0X2,3 
RWV 02-20: H5500X100 (ASPH) S-24 MIRL 

RWV 02: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 32'. 

RWV 20: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 50'. Thld dsplcd 500'. Hill. 

Rgttfc. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Bird activity invof arpt. Deer 

invof arpt. Rwy 20 preferred calm wind rwy. MIRL Rwy 02-20 

preset low ints SS-SR, to increase ints and ACTIVATE 

SR-SS— CTAF. ACTIVATE REIL Rwy 02 and Rwy 20 and twy 

Igts— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 127.075 1 (800) 645-6753. (615) 

350-6222. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7 
J3) NASHVILLE APP/DEP CON 119.35 CLNC DEL 124.55 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NASHVILLE (H)VORTAC 114.1 BNA Chan 88 N36°08.22' 
W86°41.09' 288° 10.2 NM to fid. 570/02W. 

ILS/DME 110.3 l-JWN Chan 40 Rwy 20. LOC 
unmonitored Fri-Sat 0600-1100ZJ;. 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Frequency bleedover occurs on all 

frequencies 1.75 NM N of Rwy 02-20. 



NOTAM FILE BNA 



ST LOUIS 

H-6K, 9A, L— 161 

IAP 




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N36°07.47' W86°40.69' 
LRA Class I, ARFF Index C 



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NASHVILLE INTL (bna> 5 se utc-6(-5dt) 

599 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X2,4 

NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 13-31: H11030X150 (ASPH-CONC) S-75, D-175, 
DT-250 HIRL 

RWY 13: REIL. VASI(V6L)— Upper GA 3.25° TCH 113.6'. Lowe 
2.75°TCH 43.5'. Thld dsplcd 801'. Trees. 0.7% up. 
RWY 31: REIL. Thld dsplcd 741'. Tree. 
RWY 02C-20C: H8001X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-209, ST-175, 
DT-350 HIRL 

RWY 02C: MALSR. SAVASI(S2L)— GA 3.0° TCH 40'. 0.5% up. 
RWY 20C: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 77. 0.4% up. 
RWY 02R-20L: H8000X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-75, D-209, DT-350 
HIRL CL 
RWY 02R: ALSF2. TDZL. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 0.7% down. 
RWY 20L: MALSR. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0° TCH 55'. 0.5% up. 
RWY 02L-20R: H7703X150 (CONC-GRVD) S-100, D-200, DT-390 
HIRL CL 0.6% up S 
RWY02L: ALSF2. TDZL. 

RWY 20R: MALSF. PAPI(P4R)— GA 3.0° TCH 77'. 
RUNWAY DECLARED DISTANCE INFORMATION 
RWY02L: TORA-7702 TODA-7702 
RWY02C: TORA-8000 TODA-8000 
TODA-8000 
TODA-11029 
TODA-8000 
TODA-8000 
TODA-7702 
TODA-11029 



ST LOUIS 

H-6K, 9A, L-16J 

IAP, AD 



ASDA-7702 

ASDA-8000 

ASDA-8000 

ASDA-10288 

ASDA-8000 

ASDA-8000 

ASDA-7702 

ASDA-10228 



LDA-7702 
LDA-8000 
LDA-8000 
LDA-9487 
LDA-8000 
LDA-8000 
LDA-7702 
LDA-9487 




RWY02R: TORA-8000 

RWY 13: TORA-10288 

RWY 20L: TORA-8000 

RWY20C: TORA-8000 

RWY20R: TORA-7702 

RWY 31: TORA-10228 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended continuously. Bird activity on and invof arpt. Do not confuse 150 ft wide Twy S for Rwy 

20C. Lgtd jet blast fence 598' MSL located 1100' SE of Rwy 31 thld. Lgtd jet blast fence 568 ft MSL 1167 ft 

NW of Rwy 13 thld. No unauthorized 180° turns for acft 12500 lbs on asph surfaces. No flight over main 

terminal building is permitted. Rwy 13-31 is nighttime rwy. Acft conducting visual apch to Rwy 20R 20C 20L or 

13 avoid Cornelia Fort Airpark (5 miles NW of Nashville Arpt) bio 2000' MSL. Read back of all rwy holding 

instructions is required. Pilots comply with all hold short instructions particularly at Twy K and Rwy 20C apch; 

Twy L8 and Rwy 31 apch; Twy L at Rwy 13 apch; and Twy H at Rwy 31 apch. C concourse taxilanes are, inner 

taxilane for outbound tfc and outer taxilane for inbound tfc. Twy S between Twy S5 and S7 including Twy S6 clsd 

indef. Fence construction NE ramp apron D concourse lgtd. Fee charged to Coml users only. All turbojet rwys 

have noise abatement procedures. Military fighter/attack/trainer turbojets use Rwy 13-31 for arr and dep. Flight 

Notification Service (ADCUS) avbl. NOTE: See Special Notices — Noise Abatement Procedures and Continuous 

Power Facilities. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: ASOS (615) 360-6133. LLWAS. TDWR. 
COMMUNICATIONS: D-ATIS 135.1 UNICDM 122.95 

NASHVILLE FSS (BNA) on arpt. 

RCO 122.55 122.2 122. 1R (NASHVILLE RADIO) 
I) APP CON 127.175 (019°-199°) 120.6 (200°-018°) 
D DEP CON 119.35 (200°-018°) 118.4 (019°-199°) 

TOWER 118.6 END CON 121.9 CLNC DEL 126.05 
AIRSPACE: CLASS C svc continuous etc APP CON 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

(H)VORTAC 114.1 BNA Chan 88 N36°08.22' W86°41.09' at fid. 570/02W. 
VORTAC unusable: 
062°-069° bio 6000' 

DOBBS NDB (LOM) 304 BN 

OPERY NDB (MHW/LOM) 344 

ILS/DME 111.75 l-UQU 

ILS/DME 109.9 l-BNA 

ILS/DME 109.35 l-SSX 

ILS 110.75 l-EZN 

ILS 111.95 l-PNO 



ILS 111.3 l-VIY 
course. 



N36°01.86' W86°43.31' 024° 6 NM to fid. 
VI N36°12.24' W86°39.17' 198° 4.9 NM to fid. LOM OTS indef. 
Chan 54(Y) Rwy 02R. Class HIE. LOC unusable byd 20° right of centerline. 
Chan 36 Rwy 02L. Class HE. LOM DOBBS NDB. 
Chan 30(Y) Rwy 20L. 
Rwy 02C. 
Rwy 31. Class IB. 
Rwy 20R. Class IB. LOM OPERY NDB. LOM OTS indef. LOC unusable byd 25° right of 



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353 



OBION N36°17.86' W88°59.69' NOTAM FILE MKL. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 212 UC 005° 5.1 NM to Everett-Stewart Rgnl. Unmonitored. 



ST LOUIS 
L-16H 



ONEIDA 



SCOTT MUNI (SCX) 4 SW UTC-5(-4DT) N36-27.34' W84°35.15 
1545 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 05-23: H5502X75 (ASPH) S-28, D-40 MIRL 0.4% up SW 
RWV 05: REIL. PAPI(P4L). Trees. 

RWV 23: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 26'. Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1300-2300Z:t, Sun 

1700-2300Z:t. For attendant after hrs call 423-215-3065. 
Unattended Thanksgiving and Christmas day. Rwy 05-23 preset 
medium ints only. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 135.025 (423) 569-6651. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® INDIANAPOLIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 124.625 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

LIVINGSTON (L)VORTAC 108.4 LVT Chan 21 N36°35.07' 

W85°10.00' 107° 29.1 NM to fid. 1020/02W. 
PINEV GROVE NDB (MHW) 403 BPO N36°32.37' W84°28.56' 

232° 7.3 NM to fid. 
SDF 110.5 OLC Rwy 23. (Unmonitored 2230-1330ZJ:). 



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OPERY N36°12.24' W86°39.17' NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NDB (MHW/LOM) 344 VI 198° 4.9 NM to Nashville Intl. LOM OTS indef. 



ST LOUIS 
L-16J 



OUTLAW FLO (See CLARKSVILLE) 



PARIS 



HENRY CO (PHT) 3 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N36°20.16' W88°23.07 
580 B FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWV 02-20: H5001X100 (ASPH) S-17 HIRL 

RWV 02: ODALS. REIL. PAPI(P4L). 

RWV 20: REIL. PAPI(P4L). 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-2230Z+. Arpt unattended 

Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. Parachute Jumping. 

Ultralgts are not to cross Rwy 02-20. Parallel twy is unlgtd. Rwy 

02 REIL OTS indef. Rwy 02 ODALS OTS indef. HIRL Rwy 02-20 

preset medium ints, to increase ints and ACTIVATE ODALS Rwy 

02— CTAF. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.825 (731)644-0451. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 123.0 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 134.65 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE MKL. 

JACKS CREEK (DVOR/DME 109.4 JKS Chan 31 N35°35.94' 
W88°21.53' 356° 44.2 NM to fid. 630/02E. 

TRAINER NDB (MHW) 410 TIQ N36°14.97' W88°24.92' 
016° 5.4 NM to fid. 

ILS 110.7 l-PHT Rwy 02. 




PERRY CO (See LINDEN) 



PINEY GROVE N36°32.37' W84°28.56' NOTAM FILE BNA. 
NDB (MHW) 403 BPO 232° 7.3 NM to Scott Muni. 



CINCINNATI 
L-25A 



PINHOOK N35°15.24' W88°12.25' NOTAM FILE MKL. MEMPHIS 

NDB (MHW) 346 HHY 188° 5.0 NM to Savannah-Hardin Co. NDB unmonitored 0000-1400ZJ:. L— 1 61 

SHUTDOWN. 



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PORTLAND MUNI (1M5) 3 NE UTC-6(-5DT) N36°35.57' W86°28.61 
818 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A 0X4 NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWY 01-19: H5000X100 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 0.9% up S 

RWY 01: REIL. PAPI(P4L) Tree. 

RWY 19: REIL. PAPI(P4L)— GA 3.0°TCH 21'. Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300ZJ:. MIRL Rwy 01-19 preset 

low ints; to increase ints ACTIVATE — CTAF. PAPI Rwy 01 and Rwy 

19 operate continuously. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 118.175 (615) 325-4971. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 

NASHVILLE APP/DEP CON 119.35 

GCO 121.725 (NASHVILLE CLNC) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BWG. 

BOWLING GREEN (H)VORTACW 117.9 BWG Chan 125 

N35°55.73' W86°26.61' 183° 20.2 NM to fid. 555/02E. 




PUCKETT GLIDERPORT (see eagleville) 



PULASKI 



UTC-6(-5DT) N35°09.22' W87°03.41 
NOTAM FILE MKL 
S-54, D-75 MIRL 0.8% up NW 



ABERNATHY FLD (gzs) 3 sw 

585 B FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWY 16-34: H5001X75 (ASPH) 

RWY 16: REIL. VASI(V2R). 

RWY 34: REIL. VASI(V2L). Tree. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-0200ZJ:, Sun 

1800ZJ:-dusk. CLOSED Christmas. After hrs call 931-363-1177 

or 931-619-6827. Rock quarry approximately 1000' from Rwy 

34, advance notice given to arpt when explosives are scheduled. 

Intermittent radio controlled acft ops afternoons and weekends. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.275 (931) 363-6760. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® MEMPHIS CENTER APP/DEP CON 125.85 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE ANB. 

ROCKET (L)VORTACW 112.2 RQZ Chan 59 N34°47.83' 
W86°38.03' 314° 29.9 NM to fid. 1199/02E. 




REELFOOT LAKE (see tiptonville) 



ROBERT SIBLEY (SeeSELMER) 



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355 



ROCKWOOD MUNI (RKW) 3N UTC-5(-4DT) N35°55.34' W84°41.38 
1664 B S4 FUEL 100LL, JET A NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 04-22: H 5000X100 (ASPH) S-30, D-38 MIRL 0.6% up SW 

RWV 04: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 20'. Trees. 

RWV 22: REIL. PAPI(P2L)— GA 3.0°TCH 20'. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Fri 1400-2200Z:f., Sat 

1400-2000Zt. CAUTION— Acft taxiing not visible from ends of 

rwy. 

WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AWOS-3 118.775 (865) 354-9262. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 133.6 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CSV. 

HINCH MOUNTAIN (L) VORTAC 117.6 HCH Chan 123 
W84°58.71' 061° 16.4 NM to fid. 3040/02W. 



N35°46.86' 
HIWAS. 



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ROGERSVILLE N36°27.36' W82°53.06' NOTAM FILE BNA. 

NDB (MHW) 329 RVN at Hawkins Co. Unmonitored 2400-1200Zt daily. 



CINCINNATI 
L-25C 



ROGERSVILLE 

HAWKINS CO (RVN) 6 NE UTC-5(-4DT) N36°27.45' W82°53.10 
1255 B S4 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE BNA 
RWV 07-25: H3502X75 (ASPH) S-25 MIRL 0.7% up W 
RWV 07: REIL. PAPI (P4L). Trees. 
RWV 25: REIL. PAPI (P4L). Trees. 
AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1300-2300Z4:. Deer on and invof arpt. 

Rwy 07 mountain ridges SE of arpt; 3118 ft within 9 miles. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF/UNICOM 122.8 
® TRI CITV APP/DEP CON 119.25 (1100-0500Zt) 

ATLANTA CENTER APP/DEP CON 127.85 (0500-llOOZt-) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE BNA. 

HOLSTON MOUNTAIN (L) VORTAC 114.6 HMV Chan 93 N36°26.22 

W82°07.78' 276° 36.6 NM to fid. 4321/04W. 
ROGERSVILLE NDB (MHW) 329 RVN N36°27.36' W82°53.06' 
at fid. Unmonitored 2400-1200Z4: daily. 




ROSSVILLE 



WOLF RIVER (54M) 2W UTC-6(-5DT) N35-03.24' W89°34.80' MEMPI 

310 FUEL 100LL NOTAM FILE MKL 
RWV 18-36: 3106X100 (TURF) 

RWV 18: Thld dsplcd 1000'. Trees. Rgt tfc. RWV 36: Trees. 

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 1400-2300Z:t. Rwy 18 thld and dsplcd thld marked with 3' white cone edge markers. 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 122.9 



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SABRE AHP (FORT CAMPBELL) (EOD) A 7 NW UTC-6(-5DT) N36°34.09' W87°28.85' ST LOUIS 

593 B TPA— See Remarks NOTAM FILE MKL Not insp. L— 1 61 

RWY 05-23: H4453X109 (CONC) PCN 49 R/B/W/T HIRL 0.4% up NE DIAP, AD 

MILITARY SERVICE: LET HIRL Pilot Controlled. FUEL J8 TRAN ALERT No tran maintenance. 
MILITARY REMARKS: Operating station having no specific working hours, etc Base OPS for information 

C270-798-6122. DSN 635-6122 for PPR-6115. RSTD PPR for fixed wing and civilian acft. For skid acft, all 
emergency proficiency training restricted to concrete portion of Twy A and rwy. Emergency proficiency training not 
authorized when airfield rescue and fire fighting equipment not on site. Mandatory brief rqr for tran crew prior 
use of R3701 or R3702. Ctc Eagle Advisory for briefing 0270-798-2967. CAUTION Unlgtd perimeter fence 360' 
to 420' SE of rwy, 7' fence 241' to 370' NE Mirage helipad. TFC PAT TPA-900(307) within 1 NM. Left tfc Rwy 23, 
fixed/wing 1700(1107). MISC Lgtd tran parking. No tran parking for acft larger than UH60. Minimum Igtd helipad 
NE Twy A. 24 hour PPR. 
WEATHER DATA SOURCES: AW0S-3 259.425 (270) 956-3100 
COMMUNICATIONS: CTAF 124.675 
® CAMP6ELL APP/DEP C0N134.35 307.025 

TOWER 124.675 290.45 (Opr station having no specific working hours) GND CON 142.975 267.3 

OPS 138.7 EAGLE RDO 265.5 
EAGLE CON 128.75 (Opr 24 hrs ctc prior entry R3701, R3702, 128.75 285.625. When Sabre Twr-FIt Dispatch 
clsd, open-close fit plan with Campbell AAF Fit Dispatch 122.95 142.9 372.2) 
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION: NOTAM FILE CKV. 

CLARKESVILLE (T) VOR/DME 110.6 CKV Chan 43 N36°37.32' W87°24.76' 227° 4.6 NM to fid. 540/01W. 
SNUFF NDD (LOM) 335 CK N36°31.62' W87°23.19' 297° 5.2 NM to fid. NOTAM FILE MKL. 
ASR 
COMM/NAV/WEATHER REMARKS: Radar see Terminal FLIP for Radar Minima. 



SAVANNAH-HARDINCO ,snhi 

473 B FUEL 100LL, JET A 
RWY 01-10: H5000X100 (CONC) 
RWY01: VASI(V2L). Tree. 



3 SE UTC-6(-5DT) N35°10.22' W88°13.00' 
NOTAM FILE MKL 

S-45, D-60 MIRL 0.4% up S 

RWY 19: VASI(V2L). Trees. 



MEMPHIS 

H-6I, L-1EI 

IAP 



AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended Mon-Sat 1400-OOOOZt, Sun 

1600-0000Z: