FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 11/09/2017 - 1/4/2018
|FAA Identifier:||4Z5 |
Estimated by FAA OE/AAA on 10/20/2015
|Elevation:||3620 feetEstimatedby FAA OE/AAAon 10/20/2015|
|Magnetic Variation:||29E,(1985),[19E (2017)]|
|From City:||28nmSSE of Horsfeld|
|Use:||Open to the public|
|Airspace Analysis:||NOT ANALYZED|
|NOTAMs and Weather:||ORTNOTAM-D service at airport|
Non-Standard; Pole with Colored Streamers.
|For year ending:||12/31/2014|
Runway 03/21 Narrow, Rough, Brush Encroached & Slopes Down to Both Ends.
|Surface:||Natural Soil, Poor Condition|
be Alert: Rutted Slippery Mud Surface Hinders Braking Action.
|Gradient:||1.0 ||1.0 |
|Object Clearance Slope:|| ||25:1|
|Object Height:|| ||200' AGL|
|Object Distance:|| ||5000' Along centerline|
|•||Runway Sits in a Bowl, Mountain Peaks Immediate Vicinity, Wnd Gusty & Unpredictable.|
|•||Brush Up to 4 Ft Tall Along Edges of Runway.|
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