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FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 11/10/2016 - 1/5/2017
|Ops||Comms||Services||Owner||Runways||IFR Procs||Current NOTAMs||Remarks|
Estimated by 3RD PARTY SURVEY on 01/29/2007
|Elevation:||5636 feet Surveyed by 3RD PARTY SURVEY on 01/29/2007|
|Magnetic Variation:||11E, (2015), [11E (2016)]|
|Sectional:||SALT LAKE CITY|
|From City:||1nm S of Heber|
|Use:||Open to the public|
Existed Prior to 1959.
|Attended:||May-Oct Every day 0700-1830 (local) Nov-Apr Every day 0800-1700 (local)|
|ARTCC:||Salt Lake City Center (ZLC)|
|FSS:||Cedar City FSS (CDC)|
|NOTAMs and Weather:||CDC NOTAM-D service at airport|
|Lights:||Activate MIRL Runway 04/22 & PAPI Runway 22 - CTAF.|
Sunset-Sunrise (local time)|
Clear-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Transient Landing Fee for Acftt Over 8,000 Lbs.
|Weather:||AWOS-3 435-657-0892 124.825|
Grade 100LL Gasoline (low lead blue)|
Jet A - Kerosene, freeze point -40C
Fuel 24 Hour Credit Card Service Available.
|Bulk Oxygen:||High/Low pressure|
|Other Services:||Glider, Pilot Instruction, Aircraft Rental, Aircraft Sales, Glider Towing|
by 3Rd Party Survey on 01/29/2007
|Surface:||Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Excellent Condition|
|Classification (PCN):||32 /F/B/X/T, 32 , Flexible, Subgrade Strength Medium (represents CBR > 8), Tire pressure Medium (limited to 218 psi), Technical determination|
|Weight Capacity:||Single Wheel aircraft: 30,000 lbs|
|Runway Lights Edge Intensity:||Med Intensity|
|End 04||End 22|
|True Alignment:||050, (039 Magnetic)||230, (219 Magnetic)|
|Runway Markings:||Precision Instrument, Good Condition||Nonprecision Instrument, Good Condition|
|Elevation at End:||5582.7' MSL||5636.7' MSL|
|Elevation at Touchdown Zone:||5608.2' MSL||5636.7' MSL|
|Threshold Crossing Glide Path Height:||46' AGL|
|Visual Glide Path Angle:||4.00°|
|Visual Glide Slope Indicator:|| 4-light PAPI on left side of runway
Runway 22 PAPI Unusbl Beyond 3.5 NM from Threshold & 6 Degs from Centerline.
|Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77):||Other than utility runway with a nonprecision approach having visibility minimums greater than 3/4 mile||Other than utility runway with a nonprecision approach having visibility minimums greater than 3/4 mile|
|Object Clearance Slope:||34:1||30:1|
|Object Height:||33' AGL|
|Object Distance:|| 1220' Along centerline
177' Left of centerline
|•||Aircraft Departing South-Southwestbound be Aware of High Traffic Volume Descending to 16,000 Ft Over Spane Intersection.|
|•||Glider Activity on and in View of Airport.|
|•||Balloon Activity on and in View of Airport in Summer Months During Morning Hrs.|
|•||Snow Removal Daylight Hrs only During Winter Months.|
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