8V7
Airport
Springfield Municipal
Springfield, Colorado

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:8V7
Lat/Lng: 37.4587222222, -102.618
37-27-31.4000N, 102-37-04.8000W
Estimated by 3RD PARTY SURVEY on 05/27/2010
Elevation: 4390 feet Surveyed by 3RD PARTY SURVEY on 05/27/2010
Magnetic Variation: 08E, (2005), [7E (2014)]
Sectional: WICHITA
From City: 4nm N of Springfield

Operations

Use: Open to the public
Ownership: Publicly owned
Activation: 01/1945
Control Tower: no
ARTCC: Albuquerque Center (ZAB)
FSS: Denver FSS (DEN)
NOTAMs and Weather: DEN NOTAM-D service at airport
Wind Indicator: Lighted
Segmented Circle: yes
Lights: Activate MIRL and PAPI Runway 17/35 - CTAF.
Beacon: Sunset-Sunrise (local time)
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: Tie-Down
Other Services: Crop Dusting

Based Aircraft

Single Engine GA: 10
Total: 10

Annual Operations

For year ending: 12/31/2013
Local GA (< 20 miles): 2400
Non-local GA: 600
Total: 3000

Ownership

Owner: Town of Springfield
Po Box 4
Springfield, Co 81073
719-523-6524
Manager: Roman Horn
Po Box 4
Springfield, Co 81073
719-353-2437

Runways

Runways: 17/35

Runway 17/35

Length: 5000 feet
by 3Rd Party Survey on 05/27/2010
Width: 60 feet
Surface: Porland Cement Concrete, Good Condition
Weight Capacity: Single Wheel aircraft: 12,000 lbs
Runway Lights Edge Intensity: Med Intensity
End 17 End 35
True Alignment: 179, (172 Magnetic) 359, (352 Magnetic)
Runway Markings: Nonprecision Instrument, Good Condition Nonprecision Instrument, Good Condition
Elevation at End: 4390.2' MSL 4387.8' MSL
Elevation at Touchdown Zone: 4390.2' MSL 4389.2' MSL
Threshold Crossing Glide Path Height: 30' AGL 30' AGL
Visual Glide Path Angle: 3.00° 3.00°
Visual Glide Slope Indicator: 2-light PAPI on left side of runway 2-light PAPI on left side of runway
Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77): Utility runway with a visual approach Utility runway with a visual approach
Object Clearance Slope: 50:1 50:1

Procedures

NOTAMs

Additional Remarks

Taxiway Marked with Blue and Yellow Reflectors.
be Alert; Intensive USAF Student Training in Vicinity of Colorado Springs & Pueblo Colorado.

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