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Edward F Knapp State

Barre/Montpelier, VT
Phone: 802-223-2221
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Overview

Attendance: Attended
Year-round, 7 Days a Week,0800-1700
Tower:No
Elevation:1,165 ft (355.1 m) (Surveyed)
Location:3.00 mi. W of Barre/Montpelier
Beacon: Present (white-green)
Approaches:ILS, DME, LOC, VOR, RNAV, GPS
Runways:05/23, 17/35
Longest paved runway: 5002 ft
Fees:Tiedown, Hangar
 
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  • Sectional

Minimum Fuel Prices

100LL$ 6.50  (full serve service)
Jet-A$ 5.80  (full serve service)

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Runway 05/23

Dimensions:3000 x 75ft. / 914.4 x 22.9mWeight Bearing Cap: Single wheel: 30000 lb
Surface:asphalt, no surface treatment, in good conditionRunway Edge Lights:
#Elev/HdgTr. Pat.MarkingsApproach LightsTD PointILS/LOCObstructionsComments/Noise
051115.2ft. MSL
48° mag
32° true
1.0% down
basicNo DataTrees, 200 ft Left of center, 45 ft high, 1,290 ft from end, 24:1 clearance slope
231084.7ft. MSL
228° mag
212° true
1.0% up
basicNo Data

Runway 17/35

Dimensions:5002 x 100ft. / 1524.6 x 30.5mWeight Bearing Cap: Single wheel: 31000 lb
Surface:asphalt, no surface treatment, in fair conditionRunway Edge Lights:medium
#Elev/HdgTr. Pat.MarkingsApproach LightsTD PointILS/LOCObstructionsComments/Noise
171091.6ft. MSL
168° mag
152° true
1.5% up
precisionapproach: 1400ft/Medium-Intensity/Runway Alignment Indicators
visual glide slope: 4-Light/Left-Side PAPI
ILS/DMETrees, 325 ft Right of center, 21 ft high, 377 ft from end, 8:1 clearance slope
Ry 17+25-35 Ft Trees 0-200 Ft Fm Thld; 290-350 Ft Right
351165.5ft. MSL
348° mag
332° true
1.5% down
non-precisionrunway end identifier: REIL is present
487' Disp Threshold
Trees, 450 ft Left of center, 83 ft high, 201 ft from end
Ry 35 +15 Ft Hill, 0-200 Ft Fm Thld, 135-300 Ft Left Apch Ratio 6:1 to Dsplcd Thld

Business/Service Information

Name LocationFreq. MonitoredMain Phone
Central Vermont Flying Club
    NORTHFIELD FALLS, VT
    44.201513-72.562573
    802-249-9294
    Vermont Flying Services, Inc.
    • Maintenance
    • $6.50
    • $5.80
    • Flight Training
    On field: CTR
    UNICOM: 122.8
    802-223-2221
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    Services: 
    Engine Repair: MajorAirframe Repair: Major
    Fuel: 100LL Low-Lead
    Transportation: 
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    Operations & More Information

    Lat/Long:N44 12.2094' / W72 33.7259'
    Charts:NACO: Montreal Sectional
    Mag Var:16W (1995)
    ARTCC:Boston (ZBW)
    FSS:Burlington (BTV)
    1-800-WXBRIEF
    NOTAM Facility:MPV
    Approach/Departure Control Facility
    Pattern Altitude:Fixed Wing: 2200 MSL
    Wind Indicator:Present (unlit)
    Seg. Circle:Yes
    Lighting:Pilot Activated Lighting:
    • high intensity: 7 clicks in 5 secs
    • medium intensity: 5 clicks in 5 secs
    • low intensity: 3 clicks in 5 secs
    Dusk-Dawn. Actvt MIRL Ry 17/35 & MALSR Ry 17 - CTAF

    Aircraft & Activity

    Based GA Aircraft

    Single Engine:50
    Multi Engine:2
    Jets:0
    Helicopters:1
    Gliders:
    Ultralights:

    Airport Activity

    GA Local:14,500
    GA Itinerant:8,000
    Commercial:
    Air Taxi:625
    Military:1,000

    (12-month period ending on 4/3/2012)

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    Contact Addresses

    ASN Volunteer:Owner:Airport Manager:
    Peter KelleyVermont Agency of TransportationJohn Roberti
    One National Life DriveVt Flying Svc, 1979 Airport Road
    Montpelier, VT 05633Barre, VT 05641
    802-828-2833 (Office) 802-223-2221 (Office)
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