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  • 4606 msl
U42Civil
Public Use

South Valley Regional Airport

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Overview

Attendance: Attended
Year-round, 7 Days a Week,0700-2100
Tower:No
Elevation:4,606 ft (1,403.9 m) (Surveyed)
Location:7.00 mi. SW of Salt Lake City
Beacon: Present (white-green)
Instrument Procedures:RNAV, GPS
Runways:16/34
Runway length: 5862 ft
Fees:Parking, Tiedown, Hangar
 
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Minimum Fuel Prices

100LL$ 5.00  (self serve service)
Jet-A$ 3.95  (self serve service)
100LL$ 5.00  (full serve service)
Jet-A$ 3.95  (full serve service)

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Runway 16/34

Dimensions:5862 x 100ft. / 1786.7 x 30.5mWeight Bearing Cap: Single wheel: 30000 lb
Surface:asphalt, no surface treatment, in good conditionRunway Edge Lights:medium
#Elev/HdgTr. Pat.MarkingsApproach LightsTD PointILS/LOCObstructionsComments/Noise
164602.7ft. MSL
158° mag
172° true
0.0% down
basicvisual glide slope: 4-Light/Left-Side PAPI
runway end identifier: REIL is present
Rwy 34 Road 686' From Threshold
344601.6ft. MSL
338° mag
352° true
0.0% up
non-precisionrunway end identifier: REIL is present
visual glide slope: 4-Light/Left-Side PAPI

Business/Service Information

Name LocationFreq. MonitoredMain Phone
Aerotech Aviation
  • Maintenance
  • Rentals
  • Flight Training
On field: N
40.620948-111.996612
801-918-8854
Sopwith Camel Flying Club
    WEST JORDAN, UT
    40.623041-111.998983
    435-565-1190
    Randon Aviation
    • Rentals
    • Flight Training
    On field: NW
    40.620117-111.996955
    877-737-9887
    South Valley Regional Airport
    • $5.00
    • $5.00
    • $3.95
    • $3.95
    On field: W
    40.617843-111.996287
    UNICOM: 122.7
    801-561-0420
    Utah Helicopter
    • Flight Training
    On field: CTR
    801-561-7972
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    Services at this airport:

    Services: Camping on Field
    Engine Repair: MajorAirframe Repair: MajorBulk Oxygen: High
    Fuel: 100LL Low-Lead, Jet A
    Transportation: Courtesy Car
    Activities: Intensive Flight Training
    Operations: Helicopter

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    Operations & More Information

    Lat/Long:N40 37.1733' / W111 59.5733'
    Charts:NACO: Salt Lake City Sectional
    Mag Var:14E (2000)
    ARTCC:Salt Lake City (ZLC)
    FSS:Cedar City (CDC)
    1-800-WX-BRIEF
    NOTAM Facility:CDC
    Approach/Departure Control FacilityS56
    Pattern Altitude: No data provided. Assume 1000 AGL
    Wind Indicator:Lighted
    Seg. Circle:Yes
    Lighting:Pilot Activated Lighting:
      Actvt MIRL Ry 16/34 & REIL Rys 16 & 34 - CTAF. PAPI Rys 16 & 34 Oper Cont

      Aircraft & Activity

      Based GA Aircraft

      Single Engine:220
      Multi Engine:16
      Jets:1
      Helicopters:7
      Gliders:0
      Ultralights:0

      Airport Activity

      GA Local:48,730
      GA Itinerant:18,953
      Commercial:
      Air Taxi:658
      Military:7,593

      (12-month period ending on 12/31/2013)

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      Contact Addresses

      Owner:Airport Manager:
      Salt Lake City Dept of AirportsDave Teggins
      Po Box 145550Po Box 145550
      Salt Lake City, UT 84114Salt Lake City, UT 84114
      801-575-2401 (Office) (801) 556-4082 (Office)
      Alternate Number 801-647-5532