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FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 11/13/2014 - 1/8/2015
|Ops||Comms||Services||Owner||Runways||IFR Procs||Current NOTAMs||Remarks|
|FAA Identifier:||9Y1 (Nine-Yankee-One)|
|Elevation:||2256 feet Estimated|
|Magnetic Variation:||11E, (1985), [8E (2014)]|
|From City:||2nm NW of Killdeer|
|Use:||Open to the public|
|ARTCC:||Minneapolis Center (ZMP)|
|FSS:||Princeton FSS (PNM)|
|NOTAMs and Weather:||GFK NOTAM-D service at airport|
Wind Indicator out of Service
|Lights:||Activate LIRL Runway 12/30 - CTAF|
Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Poor Condition|
Runway 12/30 Asph Surface Poor Due to Numerous Cracks & Depressions with Surface Limited to Small Aircraft Below 5000 Lbs Gross Weight.
|Surface Treatment:||Aggreate Friction Seal Coat|
|Weight Capacity:||Single Wheel aircraft: 5,000 lbs|
|Runway Lights Edge Intensity:||
out of Service Indefinitely.
|End 12||End 30|
|Runway Markings:||Numbers Only, Runway 12/30 Markings Faded., Poor Condition||Numbers Only, Runway 12/30 Markings Faded., Poor Condition|
|Elevation at End:||2260.0' MSL||2240.0' MSL|
+44 Ft Powerline 1950 Ft from Threshold 300 Ft L of Extdd Centerline; Approach Ratio 39:1.
Also 15 Ft Tree 600 Ft from Threshold at Centerline; Approach Ratio 26:1.
|Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77):||Utility runway with a visual approach||Utility runway with a visual approach|
|Object Clearance Slope:||31:1||16:1|
|Object Height:||4' AGL||15' AGL|
|Object Distance:|| 325' Along centerline
125' Left of centerline
| 450' Along centerline
150' Right of centerline
|•||A33-12/30 1-Asph Poor Numerous Cracks.|
|•||+500' Killdeer Mtns 5 Miles Northwest of Airport.|
|•||to Confirm Irregular Snow Removal Phone 701-764-5295/5678 or Cell City Maintenance 260-2317.|
This information is current as of the date at the top of the page. These pages are valid for all US airports, based on information from FAA National Flight Data Center. Weather information is provided based on AvnWx Data Sources. NOTAM information is from FAA's NAIMES data portal.
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