Augusta, Montana

FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 06/22/2017 - 8/17/2017

Ops Comms Services Owner Runways IFR Procs Current NOTAMs Remarks


FAA Identifier:3U7
Lat/Lng: 47.4820277778, -112.872305556
47-28-55.3000N, 112-52-20.3000W
Estimated by FAA-EST on 12/27/2010
Elevation: 5434 feet Estimated
Magnetic Variation: 18E, (1985), [13E (2017)]
Sectional: GREAT FALLS
From City: 19nm W of Augusta Airport is Located Within the Lewis & Clark National Forest.


Use: Open to the public
Ownership: Publicly owned
Activation: 03/1965
Control Tower: no
ARTCC: Salt Lake City Center (ZLC)
FSS: Great Falls FSS (GTF)
NOTAMs and Weather: GTF NOTAM-D service at airport
Wind Indicator: Unlighted
Wind Indicator Both Ends and Middle of Runway; Three Windsocks on Field.
Segmented Circle: yes
Landing Fee: no


CTAF: 122.900


Airframe Repair: None
Powerplant Repair: None
Bottled Oxygen: None
Bulk Oxygen: None
Transient Storage: Tie-Down

Based Aircraft

Total: 0

Annual Operations

For year ending: 08/27/2014
AirTaxi: 10
Non-local GA: 350
Military Operations: 20
Total: 380


Owner: U S Forest Service
Lewis & Clark Natnl Forest
Choteau, Mt 59422
Manager: Jay Lindgren
Helena & Lewis & Clark Nat Forests, 2880 Skyway Drive
Helena, Mt 59602
(406) 495-3832
Manager Cell Phone Number 406-461-1652


Runways: 12/30

Runway 12/30

Length: 6000 feet
Width: 100 feet
Surface: Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Poor Condition
Poor Condition Due to Crack Seal Failing/Rough/Uneven and Vegetation Growing in Cracks, Spalling Etc.
Weight Capacity: Single Wheel aircraft: 45,000 lbs
Dual Wheel aircraft: 80,000 lbs
Dual Tandem Wheel aircraft: 140,000 lbs
End 12 End 30
True Alignment: 140, (127 Magnetic) 320, (307 Magnetic)
Runway Markings: Basic, Runway 12/30 Markings Faded and Almost Non-Existent., Poor Condition Basic, Poor Condition
Gradient: 2.0 Up 2.0
Elevation at End: 5316.0' MSL 5434.0' MSL
Objects: Trees
+65' Trees 0' to 150' R, 2150' from Runway End, 33:1 to Runway End.
Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77): Other than utility runway with a visual approach Other than utility runway with a visual approach
Object Clearance Slope: 6:1 8:1
Object Height: 31' AGL 33' AGL
Object Distance: 383' Along centerline
+58' Trees on Centerline.
461' Along centerline
+250' Trees on Centerline.
Other Objects: +10' Ground 129' R & +14' Fence 151' R, Both 0' to 200' from Eor. +5' Brush 147' L 200' from Eor. +3' Fence 202' L, 0' to 200' from Eor. +15' Rd 222' L 0 to 200' from Eor. +8' Ground 151' R 0 to 200' from Eor. +12' Fence & +42' Trees 205' R 0' to 200' from Eor.



Additional Remarks

A30-12/30-Runway 30 Recommended Departure Runway Conditions Permitting. Runway 12 Rises Uphill 120' with Rising Terrain Beyond.
Mtns Parallel E & W of Airport in Trans Surface.
No Services Available.
No Telephone on Field. Benchmark Cabin Located 1 Mile NW of Airport.

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