FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 05/02/2013 - 6/27/2013
|FAA Identifier:||69WI (Six-Nine-Whiskey-India)|
Approach/Departure Operations are Conducted in An Area from 360 to 270 Degs Clockwise Using Pad As the Center of Compass Rose; Area is Appropriately Marked; Wind Indicator is Maintained.
All year Mon-Fri 0800-1700 (local)
Green Bay FSS
1728 Gervais Avenue
St Paul, Mn 55109
108 Industrial Drive
Osceola, Within 54020
Grass / Sod
|•||(E111-1) L O Simenstad Muni Airport, Osceola, Within. Wires/Bldgs Obst the Required 8:1 Obstruction Clearance Slope to the Prim Approach Surface & the Assoc 2:1 Trsnl Surface Slps.|
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