KEFK
Airport
Northeast Kingdom International
Newport, Vermont

FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 11/09/2017 - 1/4/2018

Ops Comms Services Owner Runways IFR Procs Current NOTAMs Remarks

Location

FAA/ICAO Identifier:EFK / KEFK
Lat/Lng:44.8881785556, -72.2286359444
44-53-17.4428N, 072-13-43.0894W
Estimated by FAA on 06/13/2014
Elevation:933 feetEstimatedby ARPTS CONTRACTORon 06/02/2015
Magnetic Variation:17W,(1995),[-15W (2017)]
Sectional:MONTREAL
From City:3nmSW of Newport

Operations

Use:Open to the public
Airspace Analysis:NOT ANALYZED
Estab Prior 1959
Ownership:Publicly owned
Activation:11/1943
Attended:All year Every day 0900-1700 (local)
Control Tower:no
ARTCC:Boston Center(ZBW)
FSS:Burlington FSS(BTV)
NOTAMs and Weather:BTVNOTAM-D service at airport
Wind Indicator:Lighted
Segmented Circle:yes
Lights:Activate MIRL Runway 18/36 and PAPI Runway 18/36 - CTAF.
Beacon:Sunset-Sunrise (local time)
Clear-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Landing Fee:no

Communications

CTAF:122.800
UNICOM:122.800
Weather:AWOS-3802-334-4427118.275

Services

Fuel:Grade 100LL Gasoline (low lead blue)
A+
24/7 Self Serve. Mobile Fuel Vehcl When Attended.
Airframe Repair:Major
Powerplant Repair:Major
Bottled Oxygen:None
Bulk Oxygen:None
Transient Storage:Hanger,Tie-Down
Other Services:Pilot Instruction, Aircraft Rental

Based Aircraft

Single Engine GA:19
Multi Engine GA:1
Total:20

Annual Operations

For year ending:12/31/2015
Local GA (< 20 miles):7234
Non-local GA:1980
Military Operations:238
Total:9452

Ownership

Owner:State of Vermont
One National Life Drive, Vermont
Montpelier, Vt 05633-5001
(802) 828-1735
Manager:Dan Gauvin
One National Life Drive
Newport, Vt 05855
802-334-5001

Runways

Runways:05/23
18/36

Runway 05/23

Length:3996 feet
by 3Rd Party Survey on 07/13/2010
Width:100 feet
Surface:Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Fair Condition
Weight Capacity:Single Wheel aircraft: 30,000 lbs
Dual Wheel aircraft: 44,000 lbs
End 05 End 23
True Alignment:030,(015 Magnetic)210,(195 Magnetic)
Runway Markings:Basic,Fair ConditionBasic,Fair Condition
Elevation at End:923.0' MSL926.0' MSL
Elevation at Touchdown Zone:928.2' MSL928.3' MSL
Objects:TreesPole
Object Marking: Lighted
Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77):Utility runway with a visual approachUtility runway with a visual approach
Object Clearance Slope:10:117:1
Object Height:35' AGL37' AGL
Object Distance:575' Along centerline
26' Left of centerline
830' Along centerline
33' Left of centerline

Runway 18/36

Length:5300 feet
by Ado on 08/30/2017
Width:100 feet
Surface:Asphalt / Bituminous Concrete, Excellent Condition
Weight Capacity:Single Wheel aircraft: 30,000 lbs
Dual Wheel aircraft: 44,000 lbs
Runway Lights Edge Intensity:Med Intensity
End 18 End 36
True Alignment:160,(145 Magnetic)340,(325 Magnetic)
Runway Markings:Nonprecision Instrument,Good ConditionNonprecision Instrument,Good Condition
Displaced Threshold Distance:300' 
Gradient:0.3 0.3
Elevation at End:930.2' MSL933.9' MSL
Elevation at Displaced Threshold:930.1' MSL 
Elevation at Touchdown Zone:930.1' MSL933.9' MSL
Threshold Crossing Glide Path Height:43' AGL44' AGL
Visual Glide Path Angle:3.00°3.00°
Visual Glide Slope Indicator:4-light PAPI on left side of runway4-light PAPI on left side of runway
Vgsi and Descent Angles not Coincident.
Runway End Identifer Lights (REIL):YesYes
Objects: Pole
Object Marking: Lighted
Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77):Utility runway with a nonprecision approachUtility runway with a nonprecision approach
Object Clearance Slope:20:115:1
Object Height: 116' AGL
Object Distance: 2030' Along centerline
560' Right of centerline

Procedures

NOTAMs

Additional Remarks

A70 1-24/7 Self Serve. Mobile Fuel Vehcl When Attended.
Gulls on & in Vicinity of Airport.
Runway Conds may not be Monitored or Reported When the Airport is Unatndd.
Cold Temperature Restricted Airport. Altitude Correction Required at or Below -22C/-8F.

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