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ASE
Aspen-Pitkin Co/Sardy Field Airport
Official FAA Data Effective 2017-10-12 0901Z
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Location Information for KASE
Coordinates: N39°13.31' / W106°52.09'
Located 03 miles NW of Aspen, Colorado on 573 acres of land. View all Airports in Colorado.
Surveyed Elevation is 7837 feet MSL.
Magnetic Variation from 2015 is 9° East
Operations Data
Airport Use:Open to the public
Activation Date:March 1949
Status:Operational
Control Tower:Yes
Seg-Circle:Yes
Beacon:Clear-Green
(Lighted Land Airport)
Wind Indicator:Yes, Lighted
Lighting Schedule:SEE RMK
A.R.T.C.C.:DENVER
F.S.S.:DENVER
NOTAMs Facility:ASE (NOTAM-D available)
Sectional Chart:DENVER
Landing Fee:Yes
ARFF Cert:I B S 05/1973
AirspaceAnalysis:NOT ANALYZED
EXISTED PRIOR TO 1959.
Attendance:ALL/ALL/0700-2300
Airport Communications
ATIS:120.4
ASOS: Tel. 970-925-9168
ASPEN TOWER:118.85 288.3
ASPEN GROUND:121.9
ASPEN APPROACH:123.8 288.3
ASPEN DEPARTURE:123.8 288.3
UNICOM:122.950
EMERG:121.5
CLNC DEL:123.75
CTAF:118.850
AWOS-3PT at EGE (25.4 N):135.575 970-524-7386
ATIS at EGE (25.4 N):135.575
AWOS-3 at 5SM (26.7 NW):126.075 970-384-3380
Remarks:
  • APCH/DEP SVC PRVDD BY DENVER ARTCC ON FREQS 125.35/327.8 (ASPEN RCAG) WHEN ASPEN APCH/DEP CTL CLSD.
  • RADAR BCN LCTD LAT 39-13-53.049N LONG 106-52-59.647W.
  • PRIMARY RADAR NOT AVBL. RADAR TFC ADVISORIES & SVCS AVBL FOR TRANSPONDER EQUIPPED ACFT ONLY.
Nearby Navigation Aids
IDNameFreqRadial / Range
VOT RDY SARDY 114.30 304°0.7
VOD DBL RED TABLE 113.00 162°13.1
VOD SXW SNOW 109.20 154°25.1
VOD RIL RIFLE 110.60 104°43.7
IDNameFreqBearing / Range
VOD HPL HOPKINS 375 225°99.0
Runway 15/33
Dimensions:8006 x 100 feet / 2440 x 30 meters
Surface:Asphalt / Grooved in Good Condition
Weight Limits:28 /F/B/X/U, S-80, D-100, ST-160
Edge Lighting:Medium Intensity
Runway 15Runway 33
Coordinates:N39°13.93' / W106°52.39'N39°12.69' / W106°51.80'
Elevation: 7680.3 7837.9
Gradient: 1.9 UP
SE
2.0 DOWN
NW
Traffic Pattern: Left Right
Runway Heading: 151° Magnetic, 160° True 331° Magnetic, 340° True
Displaced Threshold: 1000 Feet
Declared Distances: TORA:7006 TODA:7006 ASDA:7006 LDA:7006 TORA:8006 TODA:8006 ASDA:8006 LDA:7006
Markings:Non-Precision Instrument in good condition.Non-Precision Instrument in good condition.
Glide Slope IndicatorP4L (3.50° Glide Path Angle)
RY 15 PAPI UNUSABLE BYD 4 NM FM RY THLD & BYD 7 DEG RIGHT OF RY CNTRLN.
Approach Lights:MALSF 1,400 Foot Medium-intensity Approach Lighting System with sequenced flashers.
REIL:Yes
Obstacles: 22 ft Road 1100 ft from runway, 550 ft left of center
Services Available
Fuel:100LL (blue), Jet A-1+
Transient Storage:Hangars,Tiedowns
Airframe Repair:MINOR
FOR ACFT SVCS CTC UNICOM.
Engine Repair:MINOR
Bottled Oxygen:HIGH
Bulk Oxygen:HIGH
Other Services:AIR FREIGHT SERVICES,AIR AMBULANCE SERVICES,CHARTER SERVICE,GLIDER SERVICE,PILOT INSTRUCTION,PARACHUTE JUMP ACTIVITY,AIRCRAFT RENTAL,GLIDER TOWING SERVICES
Ownership Information
Ownership:Publicly owned
Owner:PITKIN COUNTY
506 E MAIN
ASPEN, CO 81611
970-920-5200
Manager:JOHN KINNEY
0233 E AIRPORT RD
ASPEN, CO 81611
(970) 429-2851
Operational Statistics
Single Engine Aircraft Based on Field:70 Statistics collected for 12 month period ending 2016-12-31
Multi-Engine Aircraft Based on Field:9 Annual Commercial Operations:9310
Jet Aircraft Based on Field:12 Annual Commuter Operations:none
Helicopters Based on Field:2 Annual Air Taxi Operations:10248
Military Aircraft Based on Field:none Annual Military Operations:155
Gliders Based on Field:none Annual GA Local Operations:5041
Ultralights Based on Field:none Annual GA Itinerant Operations:16407
Other Remarks
  • ARPT CLSD 2300-0700.
  • TERRAIN WILL NOT ALLOW FOR NORMAL TFC PATTERNS. HIGH RATES OF DESCENT MAY BE RQRD DUE TO TERRAIN & LOCAL PROCS.
  • ARPT LOCATED IN HIGH MOUNTAIN VALLEY WITH MOUNTAINOUS TERRAIN FROM 12500 - 14000 FT MSL IN NEAR PROXIMITY TO ARPT; NUMEROUS UNLIGHTED OBSTRUCTIONS. ALL ADVERSE WEATHER SITUATIONS MAGNIFIED IN MOUNTAINS. OPERATIONS DURING PERIODS OF REDUCED VISIBILITY DISCOURAGED FOR PILOTS UNFAMILIAR WITH AREA.
  • UNCONTROLLED TRAFFIC ON THE RAMPS. RY 33 RUN-UP AREA NOT VISIBLE FROM ATCT.
  • FOR ALL GA OPNS BTWN 30 MIN AFT SS TO 2300 THE FOLLOWING APPLIES: ACFT EQUIPPED AS RQRD UNDER FAR 91.205(D) FOR INST FLT - PILOT IS INST RATED; VFR PIC HAS COMPLETED AT LEAST ONE TKOF OR LDNG IN THE PRECEDING 12 MONTHS AT ASE. IFR: EXECUTE APCH/DEP PROCEDURES WITH ATC CLNC.
  • UNIQUE VFR DEP PROCEDURES EXIST. CALL ARPT OPS 970-920-5760; OR FBO 970-920-2016 FOR MORE INFO.
  • (A106) ACFT REQUIRING IFR SHOULD FILE FLIGHT PLAN WITH FLIGHT SERVICE 45 MIN PRIOR TO ESTD DEP.
  • UNLESS CEILINGS ARE AT LEAST 2000 FT ABOVE HIGHEST TRRN & VIS IS 15 MILES OR MORE; MOUNTAIN FLYING IS NOT RECOMMENDED.
  • PPR FOR TKOF ON RY 15. CTC FBO 970-920-2016.
  • ARPT RESTRICTED TO MAXIMUM ACFT WINGSPAN OF 95 FT.
  • PILOTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PASSENGERS IN RAMP AREA. PEDESTRIANS AND VEHICLES CANNOT ENTER TWYS WITHOUT ATC CLEARANCE. STAY ON THE SOLID SIDE OF THE RED BOUNDARY MARKING LINE.
  • COLD TEMPERATURE RESTRICTED AIRPORT. ALTITUDE CORRECTION REQUIRED AT OR BELOW -21C/-6F.
  • BIRDS AND OTHER WILDLIFE ON AND INVOF RWYS. WATCH FOR WILDLIFE ON OR NEAR RWYS
  • ALL ARRIVING AIRCRAFT FRM 2000 TO 2300L MUST ANNOUNCE CTAF 118.85 WHEN THEY ARE 20, 15, 10 AND 5 MILES OUT AND ON SHORT FINAL. EQUIPMENT MAY BE ON THE RWY.
  • DUE TO POOR VISIBILITY IN VALLEY, USE LNDG LGTS IN TFC PAT.
  • REVIEW OF AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE RCMDD INCLUDING DA; WEIGHT & BALANCE AND CLIMB PERFORMANCE.
  • HANG GLIDERS; PARA GLIDERS; HOT AIR BALLOON & GLIDER OPNS ON & INVOF ARPT UP TO 18000 FT MSL.
  • NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES IN EFFECT. CTC ARPT OPS 970-920-5760 EXT 0.
  • FBO REQUIRES 2 HRS ADVANCE NOTICE FOR STAGING ACFT PRIOR TO DEP.
  • DUE TO HIGH APCH MINIMUMS PILOTS MAY NEED AN IFR ALTERNATE EVEN THOUGH WEATHER IS FORECAST TO BE HIGHER THAN 2000-3.
  • THIS RUNWAY EXISTS TO SUPPORT THE PKN LDA ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AIRPORT.
  • WHEN TWR CLSD ACTIVATE MIRL RY 15/33, MALSF RY 15, PAPI RY 15 AND REIL RY 33 - CTAF.
  • DUSK-2300
  • TPA FOR LIGHT ACFT 1185 AGL; TPA FOR HEAVY ACFT 1685 AGL.
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