Troy, New York
FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 11/09/2017 - 1/4/2018
|FAA Identifier:||5B7 |
Estimated by FAA-EST on 03/22/2011
|Magnetic Variation:||14W,(1985),[-14W (2017)]|
|From City:||6nmSE of Troy|
|Use:||Open to the public|
|NOTAMs and Weather:||BTVNOTAM-D service at airport|
|Pattern Altitude:||1500 MSL (1060 AGL)|
|For year ending:||09/21/2016|
|Local GA (< 20 miles):||750|
|Owner:||Du This Du That Inc|
Po Box 304
Postenkill, Ny 12140
|Manager:||George Dujack, Jr.|
Postenkill, Ny 12140
Runway 18 First 40 Ft Overgrown with Grass.
|Surface:||Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Poor Condition|
Runway 18/36 Pavement Cracked, Loose Rocks & Vegetation.
|Weight Capacity:||Single Wheel aircraft: 8,000 lbs|
|True Alignment:||161,(147 Magnetic)||341,(327 Magnetic)|
|Runway Markings:||Runway 18 Markings not Vsbl.|| Numbers Only,Marking Numbers Faded,Poor Condition|
|Elevation at End:||436.0' MSL||438.0' MSL|
|Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77):||Utility runway with a visual approach||Utility runway with a visual approach|
|Object Clearance Slope:||6:1||0:1|
|Object Height:||30' AGL||88' AGL|
|Object Distance:||395' Along centerline|
70' Right of centerline
|230' Along centerline|
110'Left and Right of centerline
|•||Deer & Birds on & in Vicinity of Airport.|
|•||Surrounding Terrain Slopes Down to Runway; Due to Higher Surrounding Terrain Recommend Use of the Following Procedures: Departure Runway 36 - Use Best Angle of Climb Speed Until Well Clear of Residential Area N of Runway 36;|
|•||Arrivals Runway 18 - Maintain Sufficient Altitude on Final So As to Avoid Low Altitude and/or High Power Over Residential Area Which Underlies Final Approach to Runway 18. Departures Runway 18 & Arrivals Runway 36 - Use Normal Procedures.|
|•||Transient Aircraft Call (518) 596-5947 for Field Conds Prior to Arrival.|
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