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FAA INFORMATION EFFECTIVE 06 FEBRUARY 2014

Location

FAA Identifier: AXV
Lat/Long: 40-29-36.8000N / 084-17-53.1000W
40-29.613333N / 084-17.885000W
40.4935556 / -84.2980833
(estimated)
Elevation: 913 ft. / 278.3 m (surveyed)
Variation: 04W (1985)
From city: 8 miles SW of WAPAKONETA, OH
Time zone: UTC -5 (UTC -4 during Daylight Saving Time)
Zip code: 45871

Airport Operations

Airport use: Open to the public
Activation date: 05/1956
Sectional chart: DETROIT
Control tower: no
ARTCC: INDIANAPOLIS CENTER
FSS: DAYTON FLIGHT SERVICE STATION
NOTAMs facility: DAY (NOTAM-D service available)
Attendance: MON - FRI 0700-1800
Pattern altitude: 1903 ft. MSL
Wind indicator: lighted
Segmented circle: no
Lights: ACTVT MIRL RY 08/26; REIL RY 08 & 26 - 122.7.
Beacon: white-green (lighted land airport)
Operates sunset to sunrise.

Airport Communications

CTAF/UNICOM: 122.8
WX AWOS-3: 128.325 (419-753-2821)
COLUMBUS APPROACH: 118.425(360-090)
COLUMBUS DEPARTURE: 118.425(360-090)
CLASS C: 118.425(360-090)
IC: 118.425(360-090)
WX AWOS-3 at I12 (17 nm SE): 120.425 (937-492-3683)
WX ASOS at AOH (18 nm NE): 108.4 (419-224-6098)

Nearby radio navigation aids

VOR radial/distance  VOR name  Freq  Var
RODr322/17.0ROSEWOOD VORTAC117.5005W
AOHr234/(19.8)ALLEN COUNTY VOR108.4004W
DQNr010/29.0DAYTON VOR/DME114.5001W
FBCr224/37.1FLAG CITY VORTAC108.2002W

 
NDB name  Hdg/Dist  Freq  Var  ID
LAKEFIELD091/12.220504WCQA -.-. --.- .-
STANLEY152/26.441105WVFU ...- ..-. ..-
RUSHSYLVANIA279/28.832605WRUV .-. ..- ...-

Airport Services

Fuel available: 100LL JET-A1+
Parking: hangars and tiedowns
Airframe service: MINOR
Powerplant service: MINOR
Bottled oxygen: HIGH
Bulk oxygen: NONE

Runway Information

Runway 8/26

Dimensions: 5500 x 100 ft. / 1676 x 30 m
Surface: asphalt/grooved, in good condition
Runway edge lights: medium intensity
RUNWAY 8  RUNWAY 26
Latitude: 40-29.507792N40-29.717897N
Longitude: 084-18.461610W084-17.307475W
Elevation: 907.8 ft.908.3 ft.
Traffic pattern: leftleft
Runway heading: 081 magnetic, 077 true261 magnetic, 257 true
Displaced threshold: 700 ft.237 ft.
Markings: nonprecision, in fair conditionnonprecision, in good condition
Visual slope indicator: 4-light PAPI on left (4.00 degrees glide path)4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path)
Runway end identifier lights: yesyes
Touchdown point: yes, no lightsyes, no lights
Instrument approach: LOC/DME
Obstructions: 86 ft. trees, 455 ft. from runway, 270 ft. left of centerline, 2:1 slope to clear
RWY 08 APCH SLOPE 11:1 TO DSPLCD THLD DUE TO +86 FT TREE 1155 FT DISTANCE 270 FT L.
15 ft. road, 330 ft. from runway, 275 ft. right of centerline, 8:1 slope to clear
RY 26 APCH SLOPE 15:1 TO DSPLCD THLD DUE TO +16 FT ROAD 452 FT DSTC 275 FT R.

Runway 18/36

Dimensions: 2631 x 80 ft. / 802 x 24 m
Surface: turf, in poor condition
SFC ROUGH & UNEVEN.
Operational restrictions: CLSD INDEFLY.
RUNWAY 18  RUNWAY 36
Latitude: 40-29.752850N40-29.319517N
Longitude: 084-18.180317W084-18.180317W
Gradient: 0.3%0.3%
Traffic pattern: leftleft
Runway heading: 184 magnetic, 180 true004 magnetic, 360 true
Displaced threshold: 290 ft.no
Runway end identifier lights: nono
Obstructions: 15 ft. road74 ft. trees, 470 ft. from runway, 75 ft. right of centerline, 6:1 slope to clear

Airport Ownership and Management from official FAA records

Ownership: Publicly-owned
Owner: AUGLAIZE CO ARPT AUTH
BOX 400
NEW KNOXVILLE, OH 45871
Phone 419-739-6710
Manager: MATTHEW S. BAILEY
BOX 400
NEW KNOXVILLE, OH 45871
Phone 419-753-2810
SAT-SUN ARPT SVC ON CALL AS NEEDED 419-753-2810.

Airport Operational Statistics

Aircraft based on the field: 30
Single engine piston aircraft: 21
Multi engine piston aircaft: 1
Jet/Turboprop aircraft: 8
    
Aircraft operations: avg 10/day *
68% local general aviation
26% transient general aviation
6% air taxi
<1% military
* for 12-month period ending January 2015

Instrument Procedures

NOTE: All procedures below are presented as PDF files. If you need a reader for these files, you should download the free Adobe Reader.

NOT FOR NAVIGATION. Please procure official charts for flight.
FAA instrument procedures published for use between 6 February 2014 at 0901Z and 6 March 2014 at 0900Z.

 
IAPs - Instrument Approach Procedures
RNAV (GPS) RWY 08 **CHANGED**  download (189KB)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 26 **CHANGED**  download (212KB)
VOR-A **CHANGED**  download (167KB)
NOTE: Special Take-Off Minimums/Departure Procedures apply  download (164KB)


 

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