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FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 05/26/2016 - 7/21/2016
|Ops||Comms||Services||Owner||Runways||IFR Procs||Current NOTAMs||Remarks|
|FAA Identifier:||06OI (Zero-Six-Oscar-India)|
|Elevation:||915 feet Estimated|
|Magnetic Variation:||04W, (1985), [-6W (2016)]|
|From City:||1nm S of New Lebanon|
|Attended:||All year Every day DUSK-DAWN (local)|
|ARTCC:||Indianapolis Center (ZID)|
|FSS:||Dayton FSS (DAY)|
|Surface:||Grass / Sod, Fair Condition|
|End 09||End 27|
|Right Hand Pattern:||Yes|
|Runway Markings:||09/27 Marked with Cement Slab Tiles.|
|Displaced Threshold Distance:|| 48'
Displaced Threshold Marked with 4-Inch White Pipe.
|Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77):||Utility runway with a visual approach||Utility runway with a visual approach|
|Object Clearance Slope:||2:1|| 6:1
Approach Ratio 7:1 to Displaced Threshold.
|Object Height:||18' AGL||60' AGL|
|Object Distance:|| 36' Along centerline
| 400' Along centerline
160' Right of centerline
This information is current as of the date at the top of the page. These pages are valid for all US airports, based on information from FAA National Flight Data Center. Weather information is provided based on AvnWx Data Sources. NOTAM information is from FAA's NAIMES data portal.
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