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FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 11/10/2016 - 1/5/2017
|Ops||Comms||Services||Owner||Runways||IFR Procs||Current NOTAMs||Remarks|
|FAA/ICAO Identifier:||BVI / KBVI (Bravo-Victor-India)|
Estimated by 3RD PARTY SURVEY on 08/09/2008
|Elevation:||1252 feet Surveyed by 3RD PARTY SURVEY on 08/09/2008|
|Magnetic Variation:||07W, (1985), [-9W (2016)]|
|From City:||3nm NW of Beaver Falls|
|Use:||Open to the public|
Existed Prior to 1959.
|Attended:||All year Mon-Fri 0700-2100 (local) All year Sat-Sun 0900-1600 (local) Unatndd Fed Hol 24 hrs|
|Control Tower:||yes 0700-2100; SUN CLSD. (local)|
|Days Tower Operational:||ALL|
|ARTCC:||Cleveland Center (ZOB)|
|FSS:||Altoona FSS (AOO)|
|NOTAMs and Weather:||BVI NOTAM-D service at airport|
|Lights:||ATCT-Control. When ATCT Closed MIRL Runway 10/28 & Taxiway Lights Operate Low Intensity. Increase Intensity & Activate REIL Runways 10 & 28 - CTAF. PAPI Runways 10 & 28 Operate Continuously.|
Sunset-Sunrise (local time)|
Clear-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
|Weather:||AWOS-3 724-843-1024 118.35|
|Master Airport:||PIT (PITTSBURGH INTL)|
Emergency Frequency 121.5 not Available at Tower.|
Ellwood City Rco 122.1R 115.8T (Altoona Radio)
Grade 100LL Gasoline (low lead blue)|
Jet A - Kerosene, freeze point -40C
|Other Services:||Air Freight, Air Ambulance, Avionics, Charter, Pilot Instruction, Aircraft Rental, Annual Surveying|
by 3Rd Party Survey on 08/09/2008
|Surface:||Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Good Condition|
|Surface Treatment:||Saw-cut or Plastic Grooved|
Single Wheel aircraft: 16,000 lbs|
Dual Wheel aircraft: 32,000 lbs
|Runway Lights Edge Intensity:||Med Intensity|
|End 10||End 28|
|True Alignment:||094, (085 Magnetic)||274, (265 Magnetic)|
|Runway Markings:||Nonprecision Instrument, Good Condition||Nonprecision Instrument, Good Condition|
|Elevation at End:||1204.2' MSL||1252.7' MSL|
|Elevation at Touchdown Zone:||1237.6' MSL||1252.7' MSL|
|Threshold Crossing Glide Path Height:||42' AGL||43' AGL|
|Visual Glide Path Angle:||3.00°||3.00°|
|Visual Glide Slope Indicator:|| 4-light PAPI on left side of runway
Vgsi and Glidepath not Coincident.
| 4-light PAPI on left side of runway
Vgsi and Glidepath not Coincident.
|Runway End Identifer Lights (REIL):||Yes|| Yes
Runway 28 Reils out of Service Indefinitely.
|Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77):||Other than utility runway with a nonprecision approach having visibility minimums greater than 3/4 mile||Other than utility runway with a nonprecision approach having visibility minimums greater than 3/4 mile|
|Object Clearance Slope:||20:1||16:1|
|Object Height:||76' AGL||30' AGL|
|Object Distance:|| 1782' Along centerline
293' Right of centerline
| 707' Along centerline
291' Left of centerline
|Other Objects:||Runway 10; 6 Ft Brush 163 Ft from Runway End 133 Ft R; 12 Ft Trees 133 Ft from Runway End 178 Ft L.||Runway 28; 9 Ft Trees 10 Ft from Runway End 195Ft L.|
|•||Noise Abatement Procedures in Effect, Contact Airport Manager 0800-1600 for Details at 724-847-4662.|
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