KSMF
Airport
Sacramento Intl
Sacramento, California

FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 02/25/2021 - 4/22/2021

Ops Comms Services Owner Runways IFR Procs Current NOTAMs Remarks

Location

FAA/ICAO Identifier:SMF / KSMF
Lat/Lng:38.6954444444, -121.590777778
38-41-43.6000N, 121-35-26.8000W
Estimated by 3rd Party Survey on 10/20/2009
Elevation:26 feet Surveyed by 3rd Party Survey on 10/20/2009
Magnetic Variation:13E,(2020), [13E (2021)]
Sectional:SAN FRANCISCO
From City:10nm NW of Sacramento

Operations

Use:Open to the public
Ownership:Publicly owned
Activation:06/1962
Attended:Continuous
Control Tower:yes 24 hrs
Type:ATCT
Days Tower Operational:ALL
Airspace Class:C
ARTCC:Oakland(ZOA)Oakland Center
FSS:Rancho Murieta FSS(RIU)
NOTAMs and Weather:SMFNOTAM-D service at airport
Wind Indicator:Lighted
Beacon:Sunset-Sunrise
Clear-Green (Lighted Land Airport)
Landing Fee:no
ARFF:I C S 05/1973

Communications

UNICOM:122.950
Weather:ASOS 916-649-3996
ATIS:126.75
916-874-0679 operates continuously
Tower:
Contact 'Capitol Tower'
256.7,125.7
Ground:
Contact 'Capitol Ground'
121.7,256.7
Clearance:
256.7,121.1
Approach:
Contact 'NORCAL' Approach
125.25 ;SW,125.4 ;W-NE,127.4 ;E-SE,
257.9 ;SW,259.1 ;W-NE,317.5 ;E-SE
Departure:
Contact 'NORCAL' Departure
125.25 ;SW,125.4 ;W-NE,127.4 ;E-SE,
257.9 ;SW,259.1 ;W-NE,317.5 ;E-SE
Class Freq:
CLASS-C---
125.25 ;SW,125.4 ;W-NE,127.4 ;E-SE,
257.9 ;SW,259.1 ;W-NE,317.5 ;E-SE
Other:---SCTWN 127.4
---SCTWN 317.5
---TUDOR 120.45
---TUDOR 353.7
---SUUTR 124.8
---SUUTR 263.15
---STAR 120.45
---STAR 124.8
---STAR 125.25
---STAR 257.9
---STAR 263.15
---STAR 353.7
---SLMMR 120.45
---SLMMR 353.7
---CONCORD 125.25
---CONCORD 257.9
---WRAPS 124.8
---WRAPS 263.15
---RVRCT 127.4
---RVRCT 317.5
---FROGO 127.4
---FROGO 317.5
---FTHIL 127.4
---FTHIL 317.5
---DP 127.4
---DP 317.5
Master Airport:NCT (NORTHERN CALIFORNIA TRACON)
Master Provides:CPDLC (Logon Kusa)
Pdc

Services

Fuel:Grade 100LL Gasoline (low lead blue)
Jet A - Kerosene, freeze point -40C
Airframe Repair:Minor
Powerplant Repair:Major
Bottled Oxygen:None
Bulk Oxygen:None
Transient Storage:Tie-Down
Other Services:Air Freight, Cargo handling, Charter

Based Aircraft

Multi Engine GA:2
Jet GA:6
Total:8

Annual Operations

For year ending:12/31/2018
Commercial Carriers:98811
AirTaxi:10711
Local GA (< 20 miles):3452
Non-local GA:3139
Military Operations:1686
Total:117799

Ownership

Owner:County of Sacramento
6900 Airport Blvd
Sacramento, Ca 95837
916-929-5411
Manager:Sheri Thompson-Duarte
Airside Operations Manager (916) 874-0736; 24Hr Operations (916) 806-5309
6900 Airport Blvd
Sacramento, Ca 95837
(916) 874-0560

Runways

Runways:17L/35R
17R/35L

Runway 17L/35R

Length:8605 feet
by 3rd Party Survey on 10/20/2009
Width:150 feet
Surface:Porland Cement Concrete, Good Condition
Surface Treatment:Saw-cut or Plastic Grooved
Classification (PCN):48 /R/B/X/T, 48 , Rigid, Subgrade Strength Medium (represents > 221 pci), Tire pressure Medium (limited to 218 psi), Technical determination
Weight Capacity:Single Wheel aircraft: 100,000 lbs
Dual Wheel aircraft: 209,000 lbs
Dual Tandem Wheel aircraft: 407,000 lbs
Double Dual Tandem Wheel aircraft: 850,000 lbs
Runway Lights Edge Intensity:High Intensity
End 17L End 35R
Takeoff Run Available (TORA):8605 feet8605 feet
Takeoff Distance Available (TODA):8605 feet8605 feet
Accelerate-Stop Distance Available (ASDA):8605 feet8605 feet
Landing Distance Available (LDA):8605 feet8605 feet
True Alignment:181,(168 Magnetic)001,(348 Magnetic)
ILS Type:ILS/DME 
Right Hand Pattern: Yes
Runway Markings:Precision Instrument,Good ConditionNonprecision Instrument,Good Condition
Elevation at End:26.9' MSL22.1' MSL
Elevation at Touchdown Zone:26.9' MSL23.8' MSL
Threshold Crossing Glide Path Height:64' AGL64' 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
Runway Visual Range Equipment Location:Touchdown, RolloutTouchdown, Rollout
Approach Lights:MALSR - 1,400 Foot Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System With Runway Alignment Indicator Lights 
Runway End Centerline Lights:YesYes
Runway End Touchdown Lights:Yes 
Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77):Precision Instrument RunwayOther than utility runway with a nonprecision approach having visibility minimums greater than 3/4 mile
Object Clearance Slope:50:150:1

Runway 17R/35L

Length:8598 feet
by 3rd Party Survey on 10/20/2009
Width:150 feet
Surface:Porland Cement Concrete, Good Condition
Surface Treatment:Saw-cut or Plastic Grooved
Classification (PCN):57 /F/C/X/T, 57 , Flexible, Subgrade Strength Low (represents CBR > 4), Tire pressure Medium (limited to 218 psi), Technical determination
Weight Capacity:Single Wheel aircraft: 100,000 lbs
Dual Wheel aircraft: 209,000 lbs
Dual Tandem Wheel aircraft: 407,000 lbs
Double Dual Tandem Wheel aircraft: 850,000 lbs
Runway Lights Edge Intensity:High Intensity
End 17R End 35L
Takeoff Run Available (TORA):8598 feet8598 feet
Takeoff Distance Available (TODA):8598 feet8598 feet
Accelerate-Stop Distance Available (ASDA):8598 feet8598 feet
Landing Distance Available (LDA):8598 feet8598 feet
True Alignment:181,(168 Magnetic)001,(348 Magnetic)
ILS Type:ILS/DMEILS/DME
Right Hand Pattern:Yes 
Runway Markings:Precision Instrument,Good ConditionPrecision Instrument,Good Condition
Elevation at End:24.8' MSL22.5' MSL
Elevation at Touchdown Zone:25.3' MSL23.9' MSL
Threshold Crossing Glide Path Height:72' AGL76' AGL
Visual Glide Path Angle:3.00°3.00°
Visual Glide Slope Indicator:4-light PAPI on right side of runway4-light PAPI on right side of runway
Runway Visual Range Equipment Location:Touchdown, Midfield, RolloutTouchdown, Midfield, Rollout
Approach Lights:ALSF2 - Standard 2,400 Foot High Intensity Approach Lighting System With Sequenced Flashers, Category II or III ConfigurationMALSR - 1,400 Foot Medium Intensity Approach Lighting System With Runway Alignment Indicator Lights
Runway End Centerline Lights:YesYes
Runway End Touchdown Lights:Yes 
Objects affecting Navigable Airspace (CFR part 77):Precision Instrument RunwayPrecision Instrument Runway
Object Clearance Slope:50:150:1

Procedures

NOTAMs

Additional Remarks

Birds on and in Vicinity of Airport.
FAA Gwt Strength Evaluation Md-11 = 590,000 Lbs.
Noise Sensitive Areas W of Airport on Sac River. Local Turn Discouraged for Jet Aircraft. When Conducting IFR Approach in VFR Conditions Execute Missed Approach at Departure End of Runways. Plan VFR Patterns to E. Use Min Power Settings.
All Aircraft Contact ATC Ground Control Prior to Movement on Ramp.
Crop Dusters Operate in Vicinity of Airport at or Below 200 ft AGL.
(A49A-16R) Alsf2 Opers As Ssalr Till Weather Goes Below VFR.
Taxiway Rmk #2: the Maximum Allowable Gross Aircraft Load for Taxiways G1, G2, and the General Aviation Parking Apron is: 70,000 Lbs for Single Gear Aircraft; 170,000 Lbs for Dual Gear Aircraft; and 250,000 Lbs for Dual Tandem Gear Aircraft.
Taxiway Rmk #2 Continuously'D: An Aircraft Cannot Exceed the Airplane Design Group III Criteria and Must Have a Wheel Base of Less than 60 ft.
Military Aircraft Parking Limited. Contact Airport Operations If Parking is Required (916) 806-5309.
Portion of Taxiway W 500 ft East of Taxiway a to 2100 ft East of Taxiway a is not Visible from Air Traffic Control Tower.
Taxiway Y4 Restricted to Aircraft with a Wingspan of Less than 118 ft (Group III).
Taxiway B1 Closed to Cargo Aircraft.
West Ramp Spots 56-60 & F1 Rstrd to Tow in and Tow out only from Txl B2. When Pushing Back for Departure from West Ramp Spots 56-60 & F1 Each Aircraft is to Push Back on to Txl B2 and Pull Fwd to the "Engine Start Line" Prior to Starting Engs.
Ground Vehicle Surveillance Sys in Use. Operating Transponders with Altitude Rprtg Mode and Ads-B (If Equipped) Enabled on All Ap Sfcs.
Unpaved Surface North of Taxiway P and East of Taxiway a and South of Cargo 1 Ramp Closed to Hel.

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