Cape Pole, Alaska
FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 09/09/2021 - 11/4/2021
|FAA Identifier:||Z71 (Zulu-Seven-One)|
|Elevation:||0 feet Estimated|
|Magnetic Variation:||26E,(1985), [18E (2021)]|
|From City:|| in Cape Pole|
|Use:||Open to the public|
|NOTAMs and Weather:||SIT|
|For year ending:||12/31/2017|
|Owner:||L.O.G. Log Co.|
Cape Pole Seaplane Base
Cape Pole, Ak
|Elevation at End:||0.0' MSL||0.0' MSL|
|•||Operg Area in Fishermans Harbor; Rocks in Entrance; Heavy Seas are Frequent.|
|•||No Longer Used As Logging/Seaplane Operations. There is Line Across Inlet at Float.|
|•||Beach Contains Large Rocks Unsafe for Seaplane Floats.|
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