3V0
Airport
Custer State Park
Fairburn, South Dakota

FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 07/24/2014 - 9/18/2014

Ops Comms Services Owner Runways IFR Procs Current NOTAMs Remarks

Location

FAA Identifier:3V0 (Three-Victor-Zero)
Lat/Lng: 43.7249886111, -103.350471111
43-43-29.9590N, 103-21-01.6960W
Estimated
Elevation: 3980 feet Surveyed
Magnetic Variation: 11E, (1985), [8E (2014)]
Sectional: CHEYENNE
From City: 6nm NW of Fairburn

Operations

Use: Open to the public
Ownership: Publicly owned
Activation: 09/1951
Control Tower: no
ARTCC: Denver Center (ZDV)
FSS: Huron FSS (HON)
NOTAMs and Weather: HON NOTAM-D service at airport
Wind Indicator: Lighted
Segmented Circle: yes
Beacon: Dusk-Dawn. for LIRL Runway 15/33 Key CTAF 5 Times.
Clear-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Landing Fee: no

Communications

CTAF: 122.900

Services

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

Based Aircraft

Total: 0

Annual Operations

For year ending: 04/23/2014
Non-local GA: 400
Total: 400

Ownership

Owner: State of South Dakota
Pierre, Sd 57501
Manager: Doug Scott - Custer State Park
13329 US Hwy 16A
Custer, Sd 57730-1525
605-255-4515

Runways

Runways: 15/33

Runway 15/33

Length: 4000 feet
Width: 50 feet
Surface: Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Fair Condition
Markings Faded.
Weight Capacity: Single Wheel aircraft: 12,000 lbs
Runway Lights Edge Intensity: Low Intensity
End 15 End 33
Right Hand Pattern:   Yes
Runway Markings: Basic, Fair Condition Basic, Fair Condition
Gradient: 1.7 1.7
Elevation at End: 3980.0' MSL 3900.0' MSL
Objects: Trees  
Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77): Utility runway with a visual approach Utility runway with a visual approach
Object Clearance Slope: 21:1 50:1
Object Height: 32' AGL  
Object Distance: 867' Along centerline
63' Left of centerline
 

Procedures

NOTAMs

Additional Remarks

Wildlife on & in View of Airport, be Alert.
Check Density Altitude & Lean Mixture for Best Engine Operation at This Altitude.
Rising Terrain to the North.
be Alert for Increased Runway Gradient When Taking Off on Runway 33, Density Altitude and Rising Terrain may Necessitate a Departure from Runway 15 for Safe Flight.

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