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Airport Operations

Airport use:

Open to the public

Sectional chart:

Cincinnati (buy this chart now)

Control tower:

No

ARTCC:

Washington Center

FSS:

LEESBURG FLIGHT SERVICE STATION [1-800-WX-BRIEF]

NOTAMs facility:

BCB (NOTAM-D service available)

Attendance:

0700-DUSK

Pattern altitude:

  • 3132 ft. MSL
  • TPA 1000 FT AGL FOR NON TURBINE POWERED ACFT. TPA FOR TURBINE POWERED ACFT 1500 FT AGL.

Wind indicator:

Lighted

Segmented circle:

Yes

Lights:

  • DUSK-DAWN
  • MIRL RY 12/30 PRESET LOW INTST; ACTVT HIGHER INTST;
  • ODALS RY 12 & REIL RY 30 - CTAF.

Beacon:

white-green (lighted land airport)


location

FAA Identifier:

BCB

Lat/Long:

  • 37-12-27.500N / 080-24-28.200W
  • 37-12.45833N / 080-24.47000W
  • 37.2076389 / -80.4078333 (estimated)

Elevation:

2132 ft. / 649.8 m (surveyed)

Variation:

06W (1985)

From city:

3 miles S of BLACKSBURG, VA


Airport Communications

CTAF/UNICOM:

123.05

WX AWOS-3:

133.325 (540-231-4837)

Roanoke approach:

126.9

Roanoke departure:

126.9

Clearance delivery:

124.85

IC:

126.9

WX AWOS-3 at PSK (14 nm W):

127.375 (540-674-2731)


Airport Services

Airport management:

Yes

Passenger terminal and lounge:

Yes

Pilot supplies:

Yes

Pilots lounge/snooze room:

Yes

Public telephone:

Yes

Computerized weather:

Yes

Restrooms:

Yes

Fuel available:

  • Brand: independent
  • 100LL Avgas
  • Jet A
  • Ppr for fuel when arpt unatndd; Phone: 540-231-4444
  • Discounts: volume purchases of Jet A, Based aircraft (10%)

Parking:

  • hangars
  • tiedowns

Airframe service:

None

Powerplant service:

None

Bottled oxygen:

None

Bulk oxygen:

None


Runway Information

 

Runway 12

Runway 30

Dimensions:

4539 x 100 ft. / 1383 x 30 m

4539 x 100 ft. / 1383 x 30 m

Surface:

asphalt, in excellent condition

asphalt, in excellent condition

Runway edge lights:

medium intensity

medium intensity

Latitude:

37-12.62932N

37-12.28767N

Longitude:

080-24.88642W

080-24.05467W

Elevation:

2112.7 ft.

2131.7 ft.

Traffic pattern:

Left

Left

Runway heading:

123 magnetic, 117 true

303 magnetic, 297 true

Markings:

Nonprecision, in fair condition

Nonprecision, in fair condition

Visual slope indicator:

Pulsating/steady burning VASI on left (3.00 degrees glide path)

Pulsating/steady burning VASI on left (3.00 degrees glide path)

Approach lights:

ODALS: omnidirectional approach lighting system

NSTD

Runway end identifier lights:

 

Yes

Touchdown point:

Yes, no lights

Yes, no lights

Instrument approach:

LOC/DME

 

Obstructions:

47 ft. pole, lighted, 1375 ft. from runway, 373 ft. left of centerline, 25:1 slope to clear

60 ft. trees, 1834 ft. from runway, 142 ft. left of centerline, 27:1 slope to clear


Airport Operational Statistics

Aircraft based on the field:

45

Single engine airplanes:

39

Multi engine airplanes:

6

Aircraft operations:

  • avg 94/day
  • 73% local general aviation
  • 24% transient general aviation
  • 2% air taxi
  • 2% military

Additional Remarks

  • Deer on airport
  • VFR departures maintain RY heading until reaching 1000 FT AGL.
  • Noise sensitive procedures in effect north of airport; for information contact airport manager at 540-231-4444.


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