FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 01/03/2019 - 2/28/2019
|FAA Identifier:||6AK1 (Six-Alpha-Kilo-One)|
|Magnetic Variation:||18E,(1985),[11E (2018)]|
|From City:||1nmSE of Platinum|
|Other Services:||Cargo handling|
|Owner:||Xs Platinum, Inc.|
P.O. Box 12800
Seattle, Wa 98111-4800
|Manager:||Jim Slade - Mine Mgr|
Mark Balfour - Director
1424 4Th Ave, Ste 515
Seattle, Wa 98101
|Surface:||Gravel / Cinders / Crushed Rock / Coral/Shells / Slag|
|Gradient:||1.0 ||1.0 |
|Object Clearance Slope:||40:1||50:1|
|Object Distance:||3000' Along centerline|| |
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