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Kodiak Airport
IATA: ADQ – ICAO: PADQ – FAA LID: ADQ
Summary
Airport type Public / Military
Owner State of Alaska DOT&PF - Central Region
Location Kodiak, Alaska
Elevation AMSL 78 ft / 24 m
Coordinates 57°45′0″N 152°29′38″W / 57.75°N 152.49389°W / 57.75; -152.49389
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
7/25 7,542 2,299 Asphalt
11/29 5,399 1,646 Asphalt
18/36 5,013 1,528 Asphalt
Statistics (2006)
Aircraft operations 41,610
Based aircraft 55
Source: Federal Aviation Administration

FAA diagram of Kodiak Airport (ADQ)

Kodiak Airport (IATA: ADQ, ICAO: PADQ, FAA LID: ADQ) is a joint civil-military public airport located 4 nautical miles (7 km; 5 mi) southwest of the central business district of Kodiak, a city on Kodiak Island in the U.S. state of Alaska. The airport is state-owned and operated by the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF) and is home to the colocated Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak.

History

The airport is on the site of the former Naval Air Station Kodiak which was commissioned in 1941. NAS Kodiak was closed and placed in caretaker status in 1950, with the exception of runways and other facilities used by or conveyed to the Coast Guard.

In 1947, a U.S. Coast Guard Air Detachment was commissioned at NAS Kodiak, which was formally named Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak in 1964. In 1971, the U.S. Navy turned all airport runways and all remaining areas in caretaker status to the north over to the State of Alaska. CGAS Kodiak remains in operation at this location with four HC-130 Hercules, five HH-60J Jayhawk and five HH-65C Dolphin aircraft.

Facilities and aircraft


Teenage tourists filleting fish at a lodge on Raspberry Island. The fish is immediately vacuum packed and frozen then put into coolers and checked on as baggage at Kodiak Airport upon departure. Almost all air travellers leaving Kodiak airport have several coolers containing frozen fish they caught themselves and both Kodiak and Anchorage airports have freezers to keep these traveller's fish frozen in case of delay.
Teenage tourists filleting fish at a lodge on Raspberry Island. The fish is immediately vacuum packed and frozen then put into coolers and checked on as baggage at Kodiak Airport upon departure. Almost all air travellers leaving Kodiak airport have several coolers containing frozen fish they caught themselves and both Kodiak and Anchorage airports have freezers to keep these traveller's fish frozen in case of delay.

Kodiak Airport has three runways:

  • Runway 7/25: 7,542 x 150 ft (2,299 x 46 m), Surface: Asphalt
  • Runway 11/29: 5,399 x 150 ft (1,646 x 46 m), Surface: Asphalt
  • Runway 18/36: 5,013 x 150 ft (1,528 x 46 m), Surface: Asphalt

For 12-month period ending September 3, 2004, the airport had 28,970 aircraft operations, an average of 79 per day: 52% military, 27% air taxi, 16% general aviation and 5% scheduled commercial. There are 55 aircraft based at this airport: 45% single engine, 15% multi-engine, 15% helicopters and 25% military (14).

Airlines and destinations


A De Haviland Beaver, part of the Andrew's Airways fleet dropping off tourists at a remote lodge on Raspberry Island (Alaska)
A De Haviland Beaver, part of the Andrew's Airways fleet dropping off tourists at a remote lodge on Raspberry Island (Alaska)
  • Alaska Airlines (Anchorage)
  • Era Aviation (Anchorage)
  • Island Air Service (Akhiok, Homer [seasonal], Karluk, Larsen Bay, Old Harbor, Ouzinkie, Port Lions)
    • Floatplane Service (Alitak, Amook, Kitoi, Moser Bay, Olga Bay, Port Bailey, Port Williams, Seal Bay, Uganik, West Point, Zachar Bay)
  • Servant Air (Akhiok, Karluk, Larsen Bay, Old Harbor, Ouzinkie, Port Lions)

Charter/Tours

Charters are generally available to the Kodiak archipelago and Katami coast.

  • Andrews Airways
  • Island Air Service
  • Servant Air


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Kodiak Airport

Location & QuickFacts

FAA Information Effective:

2006-02-16

Airport Identifier:

ADQ

Longitude/Latitude:

152-29-37.8790W/57-44-59.8840N
-152.493855/57.749968 (Estimated)

Elevation:

73 ft / 22.25 m (Surveyed)

Land:

0 acres

From nearest city:

4 nautical miles SW of Kodiak, AK

Location:

Kodiak County, AK

Magnetic Variation:

23E (1980)

Owner & Manager

Ownership:

Publicly owned

Owner:

State Of Ak Dotpf-central Rgn

Address:

P O Box 196900
Anchorage, AK 99519-6900

Phone number:

907-269-0767

Manager:

Bob Greene

Address:

1500 Anton Larson Rd
Kodiak, AK 99615

Phone number:

907-487-4952

Airport Operations and Facilities

Airport Use:

Open to public

Wind indicator:

Yes

Segmented Circle:

Yes

Control Tower:

Yes

Attendance Schedule:

SAME AS ARPT MAINT HRS
FOR INFORMATION ON ARPT CALL 907-487-4952 MON-FRI 0800-1600.

Lighting Schedule:

DUSK-DAWN
ACTVT HIRL RYS 07/25 11/29 & 18/36; REIL RYS 25 36; VASI RYS 25 29 36 & TWY LGTS - 119.8.

Beacon Color:

Clear-Green (lighted land airport)

Landing fee charge:

No

Sectional chart:

Kodiak

Region:

AAL - Alaska

Boundary ARTCC:

ZAN - Anchorage

Tie-in FSS:

ENA - Kenai

FSS on Airport:

No

FSS Phone:

800-478-3576

FSS Toll Free:

1-800-WX-BRIEF

NOTAMs Facility:

ADQ (NOTAM-d service avaliable)

Certification type/date:

I AS 5/1973
CLSD TO ACR OPNS WITH MORE THAN 30 PSGR SEATS EXCP PPR IN WRITING TO AMGR P.O. BOX 1500 ANTON LARSON ROAD KODIAK AK 99615.

Federal Agreements:

NGY

Airport Communications

CTAF:

119.800

Unicom:

122.800 

Airport Services

Fuel available:

100LLA1

Airframe Repair:

MINOR

Power Plant Repair:

MINOR

Bottled Oxygen:

NONE

Bulk Oxygen:

NONE

 

Runway Information

Runway 07/25

Dimension:

7548 x 150 ft / 2300.6 x 45.7 m

Surface:

ASPH, Good Condition

Surface Treatment:

Saw-cut or plastic Grooved

Weight Limit:

Single wheel: 53000 lbs.
Dual wheel: 110000 lbs.
Dual tandem wheel: 150000 lbs.

Edge Lights:

High

 

Runway 07

Runway 25

Longitude:

152-31-08.6800W

152-28-49.6530W

Latitude:

57-45-07.9110N

57-45-05.2960N

Elevation:

78.00 ft

15.00 ft

Alignment:

92

127

ILS Type:

 

ILS/DME

Traffic Pattern:

Left

Right

Markings:

Precision instrument, Good Condition

Precision instrument, Good Condition

Crossing Height:

0.00 ft

55.00 ft

Displaced threshold:

1138.00 ft

0.00 ft

VASI:

 

4-box on left side
VASI RWY REFERENCE POINT 1420' FROM THR.

Visual Glide Angle:

0.00

2.05

Runway End Identifier:

 

Yes

Obstruction:

2432 ft hill, 5100.0 ft from runway, 2:1 slope to clear
APCH RATIO 2:1 TO DSPLCD THLD.
7' BLAST PROTECTION BARRIER 40' FROM THR; STATE HWY 60' FROM THR.

, 50:1 slope to clear

Decleard distances:

Take off run available 7562.00 ft
Take off distance available 7562.00 ft
Actual stop distance available 7562.00 ft
Landing distance available 6424.00 ft

Take off run available 6424.00 ft
Take off distance available 6424.00 ft
Actual stop distance available 6424.00 ft
Landing distance available 7562.00 ft

 

Runway 11/29

Dimension:

5398 x 150 ft / 1645.3 x 45.7 m

Surface:

ASPH, Good Condition

Surface Treatment:

Saw-cut or plastic Grooved

Weight Limit:

Single wheel: 53000 lbs.
Dual wheel: 110000 lbs.
Dual tandem wheel: 150000 lbs.

Edge Lights:

High

 

Runway 11

Runway 29

Longitude:

152-30-08.3429W

152-28-48.9041W

Latitude:

57-45-17.7196N

57-44-45.6971N

Elevation:

32.00 ft

21.00 ft

Alignment:

127

127

Traffic Pattern:

Left

Right

Markings:

Basic, Good Condition

Basic, Good Condition

Crossing Height:

0.00 ft

53.00 ft

Displaced threshold:

441.00 ft

557.00 ft

VASI:

 

4-box on left side

Visual Glide Angle:

0.00

3.00

Obstruction:

60 ft trees, 560.0 ft from runway, 6:1 slope to clear
APCH SLOPE 16:1 TO DSPLCD THLD.

, 50:1 slope to clear

Decleard distances:

Take off run available 4843.00 ft
Take off distance available 4843.00 ft
Actual stop distance available 4843.00 ft
Landing distance available 4402.00 ft

Take off run available 4959.00 ft
Take off distance available 4959.00 ft
Actual stop distance available 4959.00 ft
Landing distance available 4402.00 ft

 

Runway 18/36

Dimension:

5011 x 150 ft / 1527.4 x 45.7 m

Surface:

ASPH, Good Condition

Surface Treatment:

Saw-cut or plastic Grooved

Weight Limit:

Single wheel: 53000 lbs.
Dual wheel: 110000 lbs.
Dual tandem wheel: 150000 lbs.

Edge Lights:

High

 

Runway 18

Runway 36

Longitude:

152-28-58.3580W

152-29-33.4600W

Latitude:

57-45-10.6330N

57-44-24.9660N

Elevation:

15.00 ft

30.00 ft

Alignment:

127

22

Traffic Pattern:

Left

Right

Markings:

Basic, Good Condition

Basic, Good Condition

Crossing Height:

0.00 ft

43.00 ft

VASI:

 

4-box on left side

Visual Glide Angle:

0.00

3.75

Runway End Identifier:

 

Yes
REIL ARE OMNIDIRECTIONAL TO ACCOMMODATE CIRCLING APPROACHES.

Obstruction:

, 50:1 slope to clear

130 ft trees, 3000.0 ft from runway, 21:1 slope to clear

 

Radio Navigation Aids

ID

Type

Name

Ch

Freq

Var

Dist

RWO

NDB

Woody Island

 

394.00

23E

5.7 nm

ODK

VORTAC

Kodiak

118X

117.10

23E

5.2 nm

Remarks

  • JASU-5(A/M32A-86); 1(MA-1A).
  • ALL TRANSIENT MILITARY ACFT CONTACT MAINTENANCE ON 164.550 OR KODIAK AIR ON 345.0 FOR MARSHALLER.
  • HIGH TERRAIN AROUND ARPT IS NOT OBSTRUCTION LGTD.
  • MOUNTAIN ON APCH TO RY 07. RECOMMEND USE OF RY 07 ONLY BY PILOTS FAMILIAR WITH TERRAIN.
  • PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT MAY BE WORKING ON THE RY AT ANY TIME.
  • 72 HOUR ADVANCE PPR REQUIRED FOR ACCESS TO CG RAMP. TRANSIENT CREW MUST PROVIDE TECHNICAL/DIREC/ASSISTANCE IN SVC/MAINT. NO SVC/MAINT AVBL MON-FRI 2000-0800 OR SAT, SUN OR HOL 1600-0800. EXPECT DELAYS OTHER TIMES EXCEPT SAR AND MEDEVAC V487-5889 C907-487-5889.
  • ALL ARR ACFT CTC KODIAK AIR ON 345.0 OR 164.55 FOR CLEARANCE ONTO CG RAMP, MARSHALLER AND PARKING SVCS. BE ALERT: TAXIWAY TO CG RAMP CROSSES TWO ROADWAYS, ACTIVATE CROSSING LIGHTS KEY 122.8 5 TIMES-ON 7 TIMES-OFF.BE ALERT: NON-STANDARD TAXI LINE OBSTRUCTION CLEARANCE ON CG RAMP.
  • CG RAMP UNSUITABLE FOR AIRCRAFT LARGER THEN A C130 WINGSPAN (132.5 FT).
  • WX CAMERA AVBL ON INTERNET AT HTTP://AKWEATHERCAMS.FAA.GOV
  • FIRST 3000' RWY 07 AND ASSOCD TWY NOT VISIBLE FROM TWR. CAUTION ADVISED.
  • DEER NUMEROUS SEABIRDS AND MIGRATORY WATERFOWL ON AND INVOF OF ARPT.
  • NO SNOW REMOVAL OR DEICING FOR RY; TAXIWAY & RAMP 2300-0500.
  • LIMITED PARKING AVBL.
  • ARPT SVC ROAD WITHIN 50' OF THR ON ALL RWYS.
  • TAKE OFF RWY 25 OR RWY 29 OR LNDG RWY 7 OR RWY 11 NOT RECOMMENDED DRG HRS OF DARKNESS OR WHEN MTN PEAKS ARE OBSCD.
  • PORTIONS OF ALL TAXIWAYS NOT VISIBLE FROM TOWER DUE TO VEGETATION GROWTH.

Based Aircraft

Aircraft based on field:

55

Single Engine Airplanes:

25

Multi Engine Airplanes:

8

Helicopters:

8

Military:

14

Major Carriers Serving This Airport

Alaska Airlines

100.0%

Most Popular Destinations

Ted Stevens Anchorage Intl (ANC)

100.0%

Most Popular Aircraft

N745AS

19.0%

N747AS

18.5%

N741AS

15.2%

N742AS

11.4%

N746AS

11.4%

000000

10.9%

N740AS

7.1%

N730AS

6.0%

N783AS

0.5%

Operational Statistics

Aircraft Operations:

84/Day

Air Carrier:

5.2%

Air Taxi:

25.6%

General Aviation Local:

5.9%

General Aviation Itinerant:

9.2%

Military:

49.0%

 

Kodiak Airport

Address: Kodiak County, AK

Tel: 907-269-0767, 907-487-4952


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General Info
Country United States
State ALASKA
FAA ID ADQ
Latitude 57-44-59.884N
Longitude 152-29-37.879W
Elevation 73 feet
Near City KODIAK




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