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Taichung Airport
臺中航空站
IATA: RMQ – ICAO: RCMQ
Summary
Airport type Military/Civil
Operator Republic of China Air Force
Serves Greater Taichung
Location Taichung County
Elevation AMSL 663 ft / 203 m
Coordinates 24°15′52.80″N 120°37′14.09″E / 24.264667°N 120.6205806°E / 24.264667; 120.6205806
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
18/36 12,000 3,630 Concrete
Statistics (2009)
Aircraft Movements 16,695
Passenger movements 1,105,502
Airfreight movements in tonnes 1,946.9

Taichung Airport (traditional Chinese: 臺中航空站; pinyin: Taizhong Hangkong Zhan) (IATA: RMQ, ICAO: RCMQ), commonly known as Taichung Ching Chuang Kang Airport (traditional Chinese: 臺中清泉崗機場), is an airport located in Taichung County, Taiwan for both commercial and military purposes. It is also the third international airport in Taiwan, which now provides charter services to Japan, South Korea, Phuket, and Palau, as well as scheduled flights to Hong Kong and Ho Chi Minh City. Macau is likely to be its future destination.

Taichung Ching Chuang Kang Airport is now shared with Republic of China Air Force Ching Chuan Kang AFB. Despite the fact that it is called an international airport, most of the flights now operated here are domestic, and mainly shuttles to some outlying islands.

History

Ching Chuan Kang Airport was constructed during the Japanese colonial period and was named Gongguan Airport (Chinese: 公館機場). The airport then expanded in 1954 according to the Sino-American Mutual Defense Treaty, and later renamed Ching Chuan Kang Air Base in memory of General Chiu Ching Chuan on March 20, 1966 with the airport code CCK. It was the largest air force base in the Far East at the time, allowing B-52 Stratofortress to land. During the Vietnam War, Ching Chuan Kang has become a depot for the US Air Force. US Air Force had been garrisoning with two fighter squadrons until the Sino-American Mutual Defense Treaty came into force on March 3, 1955.

As to the civil service, the passenger facilities have constructed since September 4, 2003, and open to service on March 5, 2004, replacing the old Shuinan Airport (Chinese: 水湳機場) located in downtown Taichung. Ching Chuan Kang Airport has ever since become the only airport serving Taichung.

Airlines and destinations

Airlines Destinations
Dragonair Hong Kong
Hong Kong Express Airways Hong Kong
Mandarin Airlines Ho Chi Minh City, Hangzhou, Hong Kong, Kinmen, Makung, Ningbo
Transasia Airways Shanghai-Pudong, Fuzhou, Xiamen
Uni Air Kinmen, Makung, Nangan, Hangzhou , Shenzhen , Xiamen

International destinations
International destinations


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General Info
Country Taiwan
ICAO ID RCMQ
Time UTC+8
Latitude 24.264668
24° 15' 52.80" N
Longitude 120.620580
120° 37' 14.09" E
Elevation 663 feet
202 meters
Type Military
Magnetic Variation 003° W (01/06)
Beacon Yes
Operating Agency MILITARY


Communications
TWR 118.75
120.25
159.475
TAICHUNG APP 120.4
120.6
129.6
130.1
257.8
Additional Frequencies; 300.6M, 301.0M, 301.5M.
Communications Remarks  
APP Manned by CAF ctl.
TWR Manned by CAF ctl.


Runways
ID Dimensions Surface PCN ILS
18/36 12000 x 148 feet
3658 x 45 meters
CONCRETE. 054RAXT YES


Navaids
Type ID Name Channel Freq Distance From Field Bearing From Navaid
TACAN CCK CHING CHUAN KANG 050X - At Field -
NDB TC TAICHUNG - 210 At Field -
DME TCK TAICHUNG 021X - At Field -


Supplies/Equipment
Oil O-148, MIL L 7808 (Synthetic Base), Turboprop/Turboshaft Engine
Other Fluids LHOX, Low and high pressure oxygen servicing

LOX, Liquid oxygen servicing
JASU C-26B
AC:115/208v,380-800 cycles, 1 phase, 15 kva, 131 amp, 2 wire, DC: 28v, 1500 amp, 45kw

MA-1A
82lb/min (1123cfm) at 130 deg air inlet temp,45psia(min) air outlet

MD-3M
AC:115/208v, 400 cycle, 3 phase, 60 kva, 0.75 pf, 4 wire, DC:28v, 500 amp, 15 kw


Remarks
A-GEAR Apch ends Rwy 18-36 nml MA-1A and BAK-9 disconnected. DER 18-36 nml. BAK-9 eff uni-directional due to MA-1A being raised. Ctc CCK Twr for latest barrier status.
CAUTION Do not mistake Taichung Arpt 4 NM SE for Ching Chuan Kang. Unsked stu trng in progress in lcl area. Unctl veh on shoulders of twy. Ltd or no Wg tip clnc for large acft on Twy 1 and 4 when ftr acft are in arming/dearming areas. FOD haz in all prk areas.
CSTMS/AG/IMG CSTMS, IMG avbl only dur wkd duty hr (0001-0800Z) exc by prior req.
FLUID LHOX LOX
FUEL Ctc the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), duty hr fone, C886 2784 2336, OT, C886 2709 3013. (NC-115, J4, A1)
JASU 1(C-26B) 5(MA-1A) 3(MD-3)
LGT Rwy 18 SFL 2000'.
MISC No US mil, OPS or wx svc. Crash rescue provided by CAF.
OIL O-148
RSTD PPR 96 hr IAW FCG exc emerg. All aircrews use ICAO NOTAM fac/off island sources.For assistance ctc the (AIT), address 7, Lane 134, Hsin Yi Road, Section 3, Taipei, Taiwan, duty hr fone, C886 2784 2336, OT, C886 2709 3013.
TRAN ALERT No US mil aerospace gnd eqpt, tran alert or maint svc.



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