|Michael Airfield, 27 March 1995
|IATA: none – ICAO: none – FAA LID: 1G6
||Cicero, New York
||400 ft / 122 m
||43°10′54″N 76°07′40″W / 43.18167°N 76.12778°W
|Source: Federal Aviation Administration
Michael Airfield (FAA LID: 1G6) is a public airport located on 34 acres just northwest of the central business district of Cicero, New York, United States. The airport is privately owned but open to public flight operations.
Facilities and background
CLOSED BY FAA NYADO AUGUST 2009. PUBLIC USE OPERATIONS TO BE TAKEN OVER BY SYRACUSE SUBURBAN 6NK AFTER RECONSTRUCTION. Michael Airfield's sole runway, 10/28, was 2,500 feet (760 m) long with a grooved asphalt surface. According to the Federal Aviation Administration's airport master record for Michael Airfield, issued following a September 27, 2006 inspection, runway markings for 10/28 were very faded and the field was unattended. The airport, which sits beneath Syracuse Hancock International Airport's Class C airspace, was established in December 1944. In the 1990s, the little used airport was unable to cover its taxes and put up for sale for US$500,000.
The airport, now owned by David Pizio, was listed in the third addition of John Purner's book The $100 Hamburger: A Guide to Pilots' Favorite Fly-in Restaurants. A $100 Hamburger is aviation slang referring to a meal eaten at an airport or nearby restaurant following a general aviation flight made by a pilot who, looking for an excuse to fly, decides to eat at a non-local airport.
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Location & QuickFacts
|FAA Information Effective:||2008-09-25|
|Elevation:||400 ft / 121.92 m (Estimated)|
|From nearest city:||0 nautical miles NW of Cicero, NY|
|Location:||Onondaga County, NY|
|Magnetic Variation:||12W (1985)|
Owner & Manager
|Address:||2063 Jamesville Terrace|
Jamesville, NY 13078
|Address:||Brewerton Rd. Rte 11|
Cicero, NY 13039
Airport Operations and Facilities
|Airport Use:||Open to public|
|Sectional chart:||New York|
|Region:||AEA - Eastern|
|Traffic Pattern Alt:||800 ft|
|Boundary ARTCC:||ZBW - Boston|
|Tie-in FSS:||BUF - Buffalo|
|FSS on Airport:||No|
|FSS Toll Free:||1-800-WX-BRIEF|
|NOTAMs Facility:||BUF (NOTAM-d service avaliable)|
|Dimension:||2500 x 60 ft / 762.0 x 18.3 m|
|Surface:||ASPH, Good Condition|
|Weight Limit:||Single wheel: 13000 lbs. |
|Markings:||Basic, Poor Condition|
MARKINGS VERY FADED
|Basic, Poor Condition|
MARKINGS VERY FADED
|Displaced threshold:||0.00 ft||817.00 ft|
|Runway End Identifier:||No||No|
|Obstruction:||11 ft trees, 205.0 ft from runway, 60 ft left of centerline||87 ft trees, 599.0 ft from runway, 99 ft right of centerline, 4:1 slope to clear|
RWY 28 APCH RATIO 13:1 TO DSPLCD THLD.
Radio Navigation Aids
|GSS||TACAN||Griffiss||057X|| ||12W||31.5 nm|
- RWY PLOWED DURING WINTER.
- FEE FOR COML & BUS OPNS.
- BIRDS & DEER ON & INVOF ARPT.
- RWY 28: +74' TREES, 43' LT., 690' FRM RWY; +84' TREES, 166' LT., 742' FRM RWY
- RWY 10: +48' TREES, 88' RT., 260' FRM RWY; +66' TREES, +18' LT., 1210 FRM RWY
- GOLF PRACTICE RANGE 60' SOUTH OF RWY EDGE
- OBSTR. BALLS ON HIGH TENS. LINES (NORTH EAST OF ARPT.) ARE FADED LIGHT RED TO WHITE IN COLOR
- EXISTED PRIOR TO 1959.
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