PAPB
Airport
St George
St George, 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/ICAO Identifier:PBV / PAPB
Lat/Lng: 56.5773611111, -169.663722222
56-34-38.5000N, 169-39-49.4000W
Estimated by 3RD PARTY SURVEY on 06/09/2012
Elevation: 127 feet Surveyed by 3RD PARTY SURVEY on 06/09/2012
Magnetic Variation: 11E, (2000), [9E (2014)]
Sectional: DUTCH HARBOR
From City: 4nm SW of St George

Operations

Use: Open to the public
Ownership: Publicly owned
Activation: 07/1992
Control Tower: no
ARTCC: Anchorage Oceanic (ZAP) Anchorage Center (ZAN)
FSS: Kenai FSS (ENA)
NOTAMs and Weather: PBV NOTAM-D service at airport
Wind Indicator: Lighted
Segmented Circle: yes
Lights: Activate HIRL Runway 11/29, REIL Runway 29; Malsf & PAPI Runway 11, Rotating Beacon & Windsock - CTAF.
Beacon: Rdo-Control
Clear-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Landing Fee: no

Communications

CTAF: 122.800
Weather: ASOS 907-859-2700 135.45

Services

Other Services: Cargo handling

Based Aircraft

Total: 0

Annual Operations

For year ending: 12/31/2006
AirTaxi: 260
Non-local GA: 4
Total: 264

Ownership

Owner: St of Ak Dot/Pf-Central Reg
4111 Aviation Ave
Anchorage, Ak 99502
907-269-0725
Manager: Alvin Merculief
City Hall
St. George, Ak 99591
907-859-2269

Runways

Runways: 11/29

Runway 11/29

Length: 4982 feet
by 3Rd Party Survey on 06/09/2012
Width: 150 feet
Surface: Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Good Condition
North Side of Runway Soft at Mid-Field After Rain.
Surface Treatment: Saw-cut or Plastic Grooved
Runway Lights Edge Intensity: High Intensity
End 11 End 29
True Alignment: 118, (109 Magnetic) 298, (289 Magnetic)
ILS Type: LOC/GS  
Right Hand Pattern: Yes  
Runway Markings: Precision Instrument, Good Condition Precision Instrument, Good Condition
Elevation at End: 127.9' MSL 123.4' MSL
Elevation at Touchdown Zone: 127.9' MSL 123.4' MSL
Threshold Crossing Glide Path Height: 56' AGL  
Visual Glide Path Angle: 3.60°  
Visual Glide Slope Indicator: 4-light PAPI on left side of runway  
Approach Lights: MALSF - 1,400 Foot Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System With Sequenced Flashers  
Runway End Identifer Lights (REIL):   Yes
Objects: Ant Tower
Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77): Precision Instrument Runway Other than utility runway with a visual approach
Object Clearance Slope: 22:1 11:1
Object Height: 33' AGL 83' AGL
Object Distance: 939' Along centerline
587' Left of centerline
1184' Along centerline
230' Left of centerline

Procedures

NOTAMs

Additional Remarks

Large Concentrations of Seabirds in View of Airport.
Pilots are Requested to Avoid Flights Below 1000 Ft AGL from may 1 Through Oct 31 in Those Areas of St. George Island with Active Bird Populations and Coastal Seal Rookeries.
Runway Condition not Monitored, Rcmd Visual Inspection Prior to Landing.

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