FAA AIRPORT DATA – Effective 24 June 2014

LOCATION  
FAA Identifier –
N40
Latitude / Longitude –
40-33-57.1760N / 074-58-45.5090W
40-33.952933N / 074-58.758483W
40.5658822 / -74.9793081
(estimated)
Elevation –
560 ft. / 171 m (estimated)
Variation –
13W (2010)
From City –
2 miles SW of PITTSTOWN, NJ
Time Zone –
UTC -4 (UTC -5 during Standard Time)
ZIP Code –
08867
AIRPORT OPERATIONS
Airport Use –
Open to the Public
Activation Date –
03/1947
Control Tower –
No
ARTCC –
NEW YORK CENTER
FSS –
MILLVILLE FLIGHT SERVICE STATION
NOTAMs Facility –
MIV (NOTAM-D service available)
Attendance –
CONTINUOUS
Pattern Altitude –
1560 ft. MSL
Wind Indicator –
yes
Segmented Circle –
no
Lights –
ACTVT MIRL RY 07/25; REIL RYS 07 & 25; PAPI RYS 07 & 25 & TWY LGTS - CTAF.
AIRPORT COMMUNICATIONS
CTAF/UNICOM –
122.975
Allentown Approach –
119.65(3000 & BLO) 124.45(ABV 3000)
Allentown Departure –
119.65(3000 & BLO) 124.45(ABV 3000)
IC –
119.65(3000 & BLO) 124.45(ABV 3000)
WX ASOS at SMQ (15 nm E) –
120.6 (908-722-2139)
WX ASOS at DYL (15 nm SW) –
118.875 (215-345-0392)
WX AWOS-3 at CKZ (18 nm SW) –
126.325 (215-257-7291)
WX ASOS at TTN (19 nm SE) –
126.77 (609-538-8690)
WX AWOS-3 at UKT (20 nm SW) –
119.475 (215-538-7610)
NEARBY RADIO NAVIGATION AIDS
VOR Radial/Distance
VOR Name Freq Var
SBJr275/10.9 –
SOLBERG VOR/DME 112.90 10W
BWZr218/15.7 –
BROADWAY VOR/DME 114.20 11W
ARDr000/19.0 –
YARDLEY VOR/DME 108.20 10W
FJCr124/23.7 –
ALLENTOWN VORTAC 117.50 10W
STWr202/26.3 –
STILLWATER VOR/DME 109.60 11W
PNEr013/(29.1) –
NORTH PHILADELPHIA VOR 112.00 10W
RBVr325/31.1 –
ROBBINSVILLE VORTAC 113.80 10W
ETXr101/32.1 –
EAST TEXAS VOR/DME 110.20 09W
PTWr061/33.6 –
POTTSTOWN VORTAC 116.50 09W
SAXr225/36.2 –
SPARTA VORTAC 115.70 11W
GXUr344/37.7 –
MC GUIRE VORTAC 110.60 12W
   
NDB Name
Hdg/Dist Freq Var ID
260/27.1 254 13W CAT
040/29.9 275 12W ING
AIRPORT SERVICES
Fuel Available –
100LL
Parking –
Hangars and Tie-downs
Airframe Service –
Major
Powerplant Service –
Major
Bottled Oxygen –
None
Bulk Oxygen –
None
RUNWAY INFORMATION 7/25
Dimensions –
2900 x 50 ft. / 884 x 15 m
Surface –
Asphalt, in Good Condition
Runway Edge Lights –
Medium Intensity
 
Runway 7
Runway 25
Latitude –
40-33.813333N 40-34.092533N
Longitude –
074-59.012667W 074-58.504300W
Elevation –
548.0 ft. 558.0 ft.
Gradient –
0.3% UP 0.3% DOWN
Traffic Pattern –
Left Left
Runway Heading –
064 magnetic, 054 true 244 magnetic, 234 true
Markings –
Non-precision, in Good Condition Non-precision, in Good Condition
Visual Slope Indicator –
2-light PAPI on left (4.00 degrees glide path)VGSI AND DESCENT ANGLES NOT COINCIDENT. PAPI UNUSBL BYD 4.0 DEGS RIGHT OF CNTRLN. 2-light PAPI on left (4.00 degrees glide path)
Runway End Identifier Lights –
Yes Yes
Touchdown Point –
Yes, No Lights Yes, No Lights
Obstructions
93 ft. trees, 1020 ft. from runway, 360 ft. right of centerline, 9:1 slope to clear 99 ft. pline, lighted, 2070 ft. from runway, 210 ft. left of centerline, 18:1 slope to clear
13 FT T-HANGARS 80 FT FM THLD 215 FT R.
AIRPORT OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT FROM OFFICIAL FAA RECORDS
Ownership –
Privately-owned
Owner –
SKY MANOR AIRPORT PARTNERS LLC
PO BOX 56
PITTSTOWN, NJ 08867
Phone –
908-996-4200
Manager
SKY MANOR AIRPORT PARTNERS LCC
PO BOX 56
  PITTSTOWN, NJ 08867
Phone –
908-996-4200
AIRPORT OPERATIONAL STATISTICS
Aircraft based on the field: 105 –
Aircraft operations: avg 61/day *
Single engine airplanes: 95 –
70% local general aviation
Multi engine airplanes: 3 –
30% transient general aviation
Helicopters: 3 –
<1% air taxi
Ultralights: 4 –
* for 12-month period ending 06 March 2010
ADDITIONAL REMARKS
– HELICOPTER ACTIVITY ON & INVOF ARPT.
– SELF-SERVE FUEL SYSTEM ON NORTH END OF TIE-DOWN RAMP.
– GCO AVAILABLE ON 121.725.
– AVOID OVERFLIGHT OF HORSE FARM (STABLES) 500' NORTH OF AIRCRAFT HANGARS.
– AVOID OVERFLIGHT OF HORSE FARM (STABLES) NORTH OF AIRCRAFT HANGARS.
– RWY 07 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES VFR DEP FLY RWY HDG UNTIL REACHING AT LEAST 1300FT MSL.
– RWY 25 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES VFR DEP SAFETY PERMITTING AT DEP END OF RWY TURN RIGHT FLY HDG 270 UNTIL REACHING AT LEAST 1300FT MSL.
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 2 March 2017 at 0901Z and 30 March 2017 at 0900Z.
IAPs – INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES (PDFs)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 07 (155KB)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 25 **CHANGED** (155KB)
VOR RWY 07 **CHANGED** (170KB)
NOTE: Special Take-Off Minimums/Departure Procedures apply (150KB)
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