AK71
Airport
Lonely As
Lonely, Alaska

FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 04/03/2014 - 5/29/2014

Ops Comms Services Owner Runways IFR Procs Current NOTAMs Remarks

Location

FAA Identifier:AK71 (Alpha-Kilo-Seven-One)
Lat/Lng: 70.9107452778, -153.242215
70-54-38.6830N, 153-14-31.9740W
Estimated
Elevation: 17 feet Estimated
Magnetic Variation: 28E, (1985), [19E (2014)]
Sectional: POINT BARROW
From City: in Lonely

Operations

Use: Private
(Official Business only) Closed to the Public.
Airspace Analysis: NOT ANALYZED
not Required Under Far 157.
Ownership: Air Force owned
Control Tower: no
ARTCC: Anchorage Center (ZAN)
FSS: Barrow FSS (BRW)
NOTAMs and Weather: BRW NOTAM-D service at airport
Wind Indicator: Unlighted
Beacon: 24 Hrs
Clear-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Landing Fee: no

Communications

CTAF: 126.200

Services

Airframe Repair: None
Powerplant Repair: None
Bottled Oxygen: None
Bulk Oxygen: None
Other Services: Cargo handling

Based Aircraft

Total: 0

Annual Operations

For year ending: 07/12/1977
Local GA (< 20 miles): 15000
Non-local GA: 500
Total: 15500

Ownership

Owner: U.S. Air Force
611Th Air Support Group, 10471 20Th Street, Sutie 361
Elmendorf AFB, Ak 99506
907-552-3442
Manager: Nick Hilton
Deputy Installation Manager.
611Th Air Support Squadron, 10471 20Th Street, Sutie 222
Elmendorf AFB, Ak 99506
907-552-4400

Runways

Runways: 07/25

Runway 07/25

Length: 5000 feet
Width: 100 feet
Surface: Gravel / Cinders / Crushed Rock / Coral/Shells / Slag
Runway Lights Edge Intensity: Med Intensity
End 07 End 25
Runway Markings: None None
Gradient: 0.0 0.0
Runway End Identifer Lights (REIL): Yes Yes
Object Clearance Slope: 50:1 50:1

Procedures

NOTAMs

Additional Remarks

Caribou Occasionally on Runway.
Caution: Runway and Heli not Maintained, Condition Unkn. Rcmd Visual Inspection Prior to Landing. Unlighted 150' Tower 1/4 Mi West of Airport; Unlighted 200' Tower 1 Mi West of Airport.
All Aircraft Operators Shall Obtain a Prior Permission Number at Least 24 Hrs Prior to Intended Landing.
USAF Installation, All Civil Aircraft Operators Must Have a Current Civil Aircraft Landing Permit (Calp) Before a Prior Permission Can be Issued. Iaw Air Force Instruction 10-1001 (Http://Static.E-Publishing.Af.Military/Production/1/Af_A3_5/Publication/Afi10-1001/Afi10-1001.Pdf) at Least 30 Days Prior to First Intended Landing.
Failure to Obtain and Have Onboard Approved Calp Will Result in Fines Levied Against Violators and Reports Forwarded to the FAA Fsdo and US Attorney's Office Iaw 32 Cfr855 and USAF Operating Instructions.
Contact 611 Asus/Lram at DSN: 317-552-1448/4176 or Com: 907-552-1448/4176 for Calps. Mail Calp Application to: Attn: 11 Af Airfield Manager 10471 20Th Street Suite 231, Jber, Ak 99506. Civil Aircraft Landing Permit (Calp) Contact Numbers DSN: 317-552-1448/4176 or Com: (907) 552-1448/4176, E-Mail: Aklandingpermits@US.Af.Military.

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