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FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 12/12/2013 - 2/6/2014
|Ops||Comms||Services||Owner||Runways||IFR Procs||Current NOTAMs||Remarks|
|FAA Identifier:||4N1 (Four-November-One)|
Estimated by NGS on 12/16/2009
|Elevation:||790 feet Surveyed by NGS on 12/16/2009|
|Magnetic Variation:||13W, (1995), [-13W (2013)]|
|From City:||1nm E of West Milford|
|Use:||Open to the public|
Recommended That Wires Runway 6 Approach be Marked with Plastic Balls or Put Undergnd (Wires Now Marked & Lights Mounted on Poles).
|Attended:||All year Every day 0800-1700 (local)|
|ARTCC:||New York Center (ZNY)|
|FSS:||Millville FSS (MIV)|
|NOTAMs and Weather:||MIV NOTAM-D service at airport|
|Pattern Altitude:||1799 MSL (1009 AGL)|
|Lights:||Activate MIRL Runway 06/24 - CTAF. PAPI Runways 06 & 24 Operating 24 Hrs.|
Sunset-Sunrise (local time)|
Clear-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
|Master Airport:||N90 (NEW YORK TRACON)|
Grade 100LL Gasoline (low lead blue)|
Jet A - Kerosene, freeze point -40C
|Other Services:||Avionics, Pilot Instruction, Aircraft Rental, Aircraft Sales|
by Ngs on 12/16/2009
|Surface:||Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Good Condition|
|Runway Lights Edge Intensity:||Med Intensity|
|End 06||End 24|
|True Alignment:||048, (035 Magnetic)||228, (215 Magnetic)|
|Right Hand Pattern:||Yes|
|Runway Markings:||Nonprecision Instrument, Good Condition||Nonprecision Instrument, Good Condition|
|Elevation at End:||789.8' MSL||789.9' MSL|
|Elevation at Touchdown Zone:||790.1' MSL||790.1' MSL|
|Threshold Crossing Glide Path Height:||39' AGL||44' AGL|
|Visual Glide Path Angle:|| 5.75°
Runway 06 Non-Standard Glide Angle Due to Terrain. Vgsi and Descent Angles not Coincident.
Vgsi and Descent Angle not Coincident.
|Visual Glide Slope Indicator:||2-light PAPI on left side of runway||2-light PAPI on left side of runway|
Trees Below Runway End, Cliff.
|Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77):||Utility runway with a nonprecision approach||Utility runway with a visual approach|
|Object Clearance Slope:||9:1||1:1|
|Object Height:||192' AGL||23' AGL|
|Object Distance:|| 1988' Along centerline
170' Right of centerline
| 230' Along centerline
132' Left of centerline
|Other Objects:||17 Ft Tree, 95 Ft from Runway End, 90 Ft L Centerline.|
|•||A110*G-This Airport Has Been Surveyed by the National Geodetic Survey.|
|•||Runway 06/24 Steep Rock Ledges Located Just Beyond Both Runway Ends.|
|•||Airport Subject to Gusting Wind & Frequent Crosswinds.|
|•||Some Runway and Ty Lights Taller than Standard.|
|•||Gco Available on Frequency 121.725 Thru Nyai FSS.|
|•||Deer and Birds on and in View of Airport.|
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