Springfield, Kentucky

FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 10/15/2015 - 12/10/2015

Ops Comms Services Owner Runways IFR Procs Current NOTAMs Remarks


FAA Identifier:6I2 (Six-India-Two)
Lat/Lng: 37.6334769444, -85.2418380556
37-38-00.5170N, 085-14-30.6170W
Estimated by FAA on 04/13/2012
Elevation: 871 feet Surveyed by 3RD PARTY SURVEY on 06/09/2011
Magnetic Variation: 05W, (2010), [-5W (2015)]
Sectional: ST LOUIS
From City: 3nm S of Springfield


Use: Open to the public
Airspace Analysis: CONDITIONAL
VFR Use only.
Ownership: Publicly owned
Activation: 12/1963
Attended: All year Mon-Sat 0900-1700 (local)
Control Tower: no
ARTCC: Indianapolis Center (ZID)
FSS: Louisville FSS (LOU)
NOTAMs and Weather: LOU NOTAM-D service at airport
Wind Indicator: Lighted
Segmented Circle: yes
Lights: Activate MIRL Runway 11/29, REIL Runways 11&29 and PAPI Runways 11&29 - CTAF.
Beacon: Sunset-Sunrise (local time)
Clear-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Landing Fee: no


CTAF: 122.800
UNICOM: 122.800
Weather: AWOS-3P 866-754-5623 119.725


Fuel: Grade 100LL Gasoline (low lead blue)
Fuel Available 24Hr with Credit Card Service Available.
Airframe Repair: None
Powerplant Repair: None
Bottled Oxygen: None
Bulk Oxygen: None
Transient Storage: Hanger,Tie-Down
Other Services: Pilot Instruction, Aircraft Rental, Aircraft Sales

Based Aircraft

Single Engine GA: 18
Helicopter GA: 1
Ultralights: 2
Total: 21

Annual Operations

For year ending: 07/31/2015
AirTaxi: 1500
Local GA (< 20 miles): 3500
Non-local GA: 4200
Military Operations: 200
Total: 9400


Owner: Marion-Washington Counties
Po Box 805
Lebanon, Ky 40033
(859) 336-1172
Manager: Mary Jean Blake
650 Airport Lane
Springfield, Ky 40069


Runways: 11/29

Runway 11/29

Length: 5001 feet
by 3Rd Party Survey on 06/09/2011
Width: 75 feet
Surface: Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Poor Condition
Long / Lateral Cracking
Weight Capacity: Single Wheel aircraft: 10,000 lbs
Runway Lights Edge Intensity: Med Intensity
End 11 End 29
True Alignment: 105, (100 Magnetic) 285, (280 Magnetic)
Runway Markings: Nonprecision Instrument, Fair Condition Nonprecision Instrument, Runway 11/29 Markings Faded., Fair Condition
Displaced Threshold Distance: 125' 200'
Gradient: 1.0 Up 0.8 Down
Elevation at End: 821.9' MSL 871.0' MSL
Elevation at Displaced Threshold: 823.3' MSL 869.6' MSL
Elevation at Touchdown Zone: 853.6' MSL 869.6' MSL
Threshold Crossing Glide Path Height: 36' AGL 27' AGL
Visual Glide Path Angle: 3.00° 3.30°
Visual Glide Slope Indicator: 4-light PAPI on left side of runway 4-light PAPI on left side of runway
Runway End Identifer Lights (REIL): Yes Yes
Objects:   Tree
Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77): Utility runway with a nonprecision approach Utility runway with a nonprecision approach
Object Clearance Slope: 50:1
Approach Ratio 50:1 to Displaced Threshold.
Approach Ratio 18:1 to Displaced Threshold.
Object Height:   27' AGL
Object Distance:   496' Along centerline
250' Left of centerline



Additional Remarks

A5-and Marion Co.
Trees NE of Ry29 Violate 7:1 Trans.

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