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05U
Eureka Airport
Official FAA Data Effective 2021-07-15 0901Z
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Location Information for 05U
Coordinates: N39°36.22' / W116°0.22'
Located 06 miles NW of Eureka, Nevada on 800 acres of land. View all Airports in Nevada.
Surveyed Elevation is 5957 feet MSL.
Operations Data
Airport Use:Open to the public
Activation Date:November 1952
Status:Operational
Control Tower:No
Seg-Circle:Yes
Beacon:Clear-Green
(Lighted Land Airport)
Wind Indicator:Yes, Lighted
Lighting Schedule:SEE RMK
A.R.T.C.C.:SALT LAKE CITY
F.S.S.:RENO
NOTAMs Facility:RNO (NOTAM-D available)
Sectional Chart:LAS VEGAS
AirspaceAnalysis:NO OBJECTION
Attendance:ALL/ALL/0800-1700
AFTER HOURS CALL-OUT 775-237-6100.
Airport Communications
AWOS-3:128.325 Tel. 775-237-6133
CTAF:122.900
AWOS-3PT at TMT (55.9 W):132.925 775-964-1144
ASOS at ELY (56.7 E):120.625 775-289-4466
Remarks:
  • APCH/DEP CTL SVC PRVDD BY SALT LAKE ARTCC (ZLC) ON FREQS 132.25/338.35 (BATTLE MOUNTAIN RCAG).
  • COMMUNICATIONS PRVDD BY RENO RADIO ON FREQ 122.3 (EUREKA RCO).
Nearby Navigation Aids
IDNameFreqRadial / Range
VOD ELY ELY 110.60 275°56.7
VOD CNT CURRANT 114.95 329°59.2
VOT BAM BATTLE MOUNTAIN 112.20 130°71.7
IDNameFreqBearing / Range
Runway 18/36
Dimensions:7300 x 60 feet / 2225 x 18 meters
Surface:Asphalt / Aggregate Friction Seal Coated in Excellent Condition
Weight Limits:S-30
Edge Lighting:High Intensity
Runway 18Runway 36
Coordinates:N39°36.82' / W116°0.07'N39°35.64' / W116°0.36'
Elevation: 5939.5 5957.8
Traffic Pattern: Left Left
Runway Heading: 191° True 11° True
Markings:Non-Precision Instrument in good condition.Non-Precision Instrument in good condition.
Glide Slope IndicatorP2L (3.00° Glide Path Angle)P2L (3.00° Glide Path Angle)
REIL:YesYes
Obstacles:
UNLIGHTED POWER LINES AND POLES PENETRATE APPROACH
35 ft Power Line 800 ft from runway
Services Available
Fuel:100LL (blue), Jet-A, Jet A+
Transient Storage:Hangars,Tiedowns
Airframe Repair:MAJOR
Engine Repair:MAJOR
Bottled Oxygen:NONE
Bulk Oxygen:NONE
Other Services:CROP DUSTING SERVICES,AIR AMBULANCE SERVICES
Ownership Information
Ownership:Publicly owned
Owner:COUNTY OF EUREKA
COUNTY COURT HOUSE BOX 677
EUREKA, NV 89316
775-237-5372
Manager:JEB ROWLEY
701 S MAIN STREET, PO BOX 714
EUREKA, NV 89316
775-237-5372
Operational Statistics
Single Engine Aircraft Based on Field:1 Statistics collected for 12 month period ending 2018-07-31
Multi-Engine Aircraft Based on Field:none Annual Commercial Operations:none
Jet Aircraft Based on Field:none Annual Commuter Operations:none
Helicopters Based on Field:none Annual Air Taxi Operations:none
Military Aircraft Based on Field:none Annual Military Operations:160
Gliders Based on Field:none Annual GA Local Operations:450
Ultralights Based on Field:none Annual GA Itinerant Operations:980
Other Remarks
  • FOR CD IF UNA TO CTC ON FSS FREQ, CTC SALT LAKE ARTCC AT 801-320-2568.
  • COLD TEMPERATURE AIRPORT. ALTITUDE CORRECTION REQUIRED AT OR BELOW -17C.
  • (PAY PHONE) PAY PHONE AVAILABLE.
  • DUSK-DAWN. REIL RWY 18 & 36; PAPI RWY 18 & 36; HIRL RWY 18/36 PRESET LOW INTST DUSK-DAWN, TO INCR INTST ACTVT - CTAF.
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Comments

AWOS was 1/2 function. Couldn't hear wind or density alt, critical on hot-humid summer day w/scattered convective.

"Self-serve", but an employee watched/crowded the process, basically looked over my shoulder while filling; distracted into too much fuel in one tank; close to max takeoff weight w/o cushion.

Hungry, asked if anything to eat: "No".

2 other people on bench outside office, unfriendly and sarcastic.

No trashcan outside. OK, but the office was open & we had a few little things we wanted to dispose of due to weight etc; handlebar (?) mustache guy tells them, "you fly it in, you fly it out", like backpacking. When I heard that & peeked in, handlebar says (laughing sarcastically) "just throw it on the floor". I didn't do that, but on looking in I noticed what looked a lot like snacks, coffee... We left.

Never seen anything like it in 31yrs/1500hrs of flying to many small fields.

Night had fallen early due to the the winter solstice.  Found the fuel and filled up.  Lights were off, but I checked the doors and found that there were people attending the FBO.  I think they were closing up for the day, but I found them reasonably friendly. Clean restroom and comfortable facility.

2NinerRomeo

Gruff, offered water. Asked me where I was flying to. I said Seattle and that lit the crazy fuse. The two behind the desk decided to tell me that I must clearly be a Dem. Got to hear some conspiracy theorys. A bit of racism and bigotry. I feel bad for them, I hope they get the dental care it looks like they desperately needed. Zero stars.