2Z2
Airport
Eureka Creek
Eureka Creek, Alaska

FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 04/03/2014 - 5/29/2014

Ops Comms Services Owner Runways IFR Procs Current NOTAMs Remarks

Location

FAA Identifier:2Z2
Lat/Lng: 65.1759113889, -150.220538611
65-10-33.2810N, 150-13-13.9390W
Estimated
Elevation: 700 feet Estimated
Magnetic Variation: 26E, (1985), [19E (2014)]
Sectional: FAIRBANKS
From City: in Eureka Creek

Operations

Use: Open to the public
Airspace Analysis: NOT ANALYZED
Ownership: Publicly owned
Activation: 08/1963
Control Tower: no
ARTCC: Anchorage Center (ZAN)
FSS: Fairbanks FSS (FAI)
NOTAMs and Weather: FAI NOTAM-D service at airport
Wind Indicator: Lighted
Landing Fee: no

Communications

CTAF: 122.900

Services

Airframe Repair: None
Powerplant Repair: None
Bottled Oxygen: None
Bulk Oxygen: None

Based Aircraft

Total: 0

Annual Operations

For year ending: 09/30/2013
Total: 0

Ownership

Owner: Unknown

Runways

Runways: 16/34

Runway 16/34

Length: 1500 feet
Width: 35 feet
Surface: Natural Soil, Failed Condition
Soft Wet; Rutted; 15 Ft Trees Growing on Runway. Vehicle Erosion Has Deteriorated Entire Surface Into Deep Ruts. Surface Narrow, Uneven & Rough.
End 16 End 34
Gradient: 1.5 1.5
Objects: Trees
15 Ft Trees Along Entire Surface Will Damage Wings on Landing.
Trees
15 Fttrees Along Entire Surface Will Damage Wings on Landing.
Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77): Utility runway with a visual approach Utility runway with a visual approach
Object Clearance Slope: 1:1 1:1
Runway Approach - 8 Ft Wide Cut Thru Trees, 30' Trees Either Side of Path.
Object Height: 53' AGL 50' AGL
Object Distance: 100' Along centerline
135'Left and Right of centerline
75' Along centerline
10' Right of centerline
Other Objects: 15 Ft Trees Along Entire Surface Will Damage Wings on Landing. 12 Ft Trees Along Entire Surface.

Procedures

NOTAMs

Additional Remarks

A30-16/34-Slopes 2% Down to S.
Runway not Monitored; Recommend Visual Inspection Prior to Landing.
3 Ft Berm Each Side of Runway Within 40 Ft of Centerline.
Trees & Brush to 15 Feet Tall Within 8 Feet Each Side of Runway Centerline.
Hazardous: not Maintained Nor Recommend for Emergency Use.
Runway Used As Narrow Road & Campground by Vehicles; 2 Ft Deep Fire Pit Runway 34.
Runway Unsuitable for All Aircraft.
During Emergency Landings, Use Elliot Highway or Manley Hot Springs Airport.

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