Our Home Away from Home! The airport has two runways. The primary runway, Runway 5-23, is 5,001 feet by 100 feet and the crosswind runway, Runway 14-32, is 3,060 feet by 50 feet. Runway 5-23 was rehabilitated in 2002 and is served by a medium intensity edge lighting system and an ODALS approach lighting system.
The airport has four published instrument approach procedures including: RNAV (GPS) Runway 5, RNAV (GPS) Runway 23, Localizer Runway 5, and VOR Runway 23. The airport can be accessed during adverse weather with ceilings as low as 400 feet and visibilities as low as ¾ statute miles. An AWOS-III is located on the field for weather reporting.
Fueling operations are managed by the Authority and both Jet A and 100LL are available via tender. The tenders include a 1,500 gallon 100LL truck and a 2,200 gallon Jet A truck. The Airport is an authorized Phillips 66 dealer and sells Phillips 66 fuel products.
Self Serve 100LL is available from our newly upgraded M3000 self serve pump 24 hours a day.
The Airport also carries 100W and 15W50 aircraft oil.
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