FAA AIRPORT DATA – Effective 16 August 2018

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 –
067 magnetic, 054 true 247 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: 107 –
Aircraft operations: avg 61/day *
Single engine airplanes: 99 –
74% local general aviation
Multi engine airplanes: 3 –
26% transient general aviation
Helicopters: 3 –
<1% air taxi
Ultralights: 2 –
* for 12-month period ending 31 March 2018
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 16 August 2018 at 0901Z and 13 September 2018 at 0900Z.
IAPs – INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES (PDFs)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 07 (155KB) – download (156KB)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 25 **CHANGED** – download (157KB)
VOR RWY 07 **CHANGED** – download (176KB)
NOTE: Special Take-Off Minimums/Departure Procedures apply – download (150KB)
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KCKZ - Pennridge Airport (18 nm SW)
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KUKT - Quakertown Airport (20 nm SW)