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Brigham City Airport (BMC) in Brigham City, Utah
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Historical Itinerant Operations - Brigham City Airport

Historical Local Operations - Brigham City Airport

Brigham City Airport (BMC)

  • General
  • Type: Airport, Status: Operational, Acivation Date: 09/01/1940, Runways: 1, Land Area Covered By Airport: 254 acres, Ownership: Publicly owned, Facility Use: Open to public, Site Number: 25114.*A, Location ID: BMC, Region: Northwest Mountain, District Office: DEN, Unicom Frequency: 123.050 MHz, Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF): 123.050 MHz, Aeronautical sectional chart: Salt Lake City, Tie-In FSS: No, Tie-In FSS ID: CDC, Tie-In FSS Name: Cedar City, Tie-In FSS Toll-Free Number: 1-800-WX-BRIEF, Elevation: 4229 ft, Elevation determination method: Surveyed, Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (2009-08-07), Air traffic control tower: No, Boundary ARTCC (FAA) computer ID: ZCU, Boundary ARTCC ID: ZLC, Boundary ARTCC Name: Salt Lake City, Airspace Determination: No Objection, Federal Agreements: NGY, NOTAM Service: Yes, NOTAM Facility ID: CDC, Last Inspection Date: 05/21/2013, Inspection Group: State aeronautical personnel, Inspection Method: State
  • Location
  • State: Utah, County: Box Elder, City: Brigham City, GPS (Degrees): Lat: 41° 33' 15.500'', Lng: -112° 03' 44.100'', GPS (Seconds): Lat: 41.554306, Lng: -112.062250, GPS determination method: Estimated, Position Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (2009-08-07), Distance from central business district: 3 mi (NW) Find on map
  • Owner
  • Brigham City, 20 N Main, Po Box 1005, Brigham City, Ut 84302, 435-734-6600
  • Manager
  • Tyler Pugsley, Po Box 1005, Brigham City, Ut 84302, 435-734-6614
  • Operations
  • Period: 12/31/2010 - 12/31/2011, Air Taxi Operations: 340, Itinerant Operations: 9,560, Local Operations: 9,900
  • Aircraft
  • Single Engine Aircraft: 82, Multi Engine Aircraft: 5, Helicopters: 3
  • Additional
  • Fuel Types: 100LLA, Magnetic Variation: 13E (Year 2010), Beacon Color: Clear-green (lighted land airport), Lighting Schedule: See Rmk, Beacon Schedule: Ss-Sr, Airframe repair service availability/type: Major, Power Plant repair service availability/type: Major, Customs Airport Of Entry: No, Customs Landing Rights: No, Military/civil joint use agreement: No, Military Landing Rights: Yes, Non-Commercial Landing Fee: No, Transient storage: HGR,TIE, Wind direction indicator: Y-L, Segmented circle airport marker system: Yes, Other services: AGRI, INSTR, RNTL, SURV
  • Remarks
  • Segmented Circle: BLACK & ORANGE.

Runway 1

  • Base End
  • Base End ID: 17, True Alignment: 179, Right Traffic Pattern: No, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 41° 33' 59.490'', Lng: -112° 03' 44.573'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 41.566525, Lng: -112.062381, Physical Elevation: 4230 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 45.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 4229.9 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: P2L, Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL): Yes, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Other than utility runway with a visual approach, Object Clear Slope: 50, Runway End Gradient: 0.0, Position Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (08/07/2009), Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (08/07/2009), Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (08/07/2009)
  • Reciprocal End
  • Reciprocal End ID: 35, True Alignment: 359, Right Traffic Pattern: No, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 41° 32' 31.582'', Lng: -112° 03' 43.546'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 41.542106, Lng: -112.062096, Physical Elevation: 4230 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 45.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 4229.7 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: P2L, Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL): Yes, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Other than utility, Object Clear Slope: 50, Runway End Gradient: 0.0, Position Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (08/07/2009), Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (08/07/2009), Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (08/07/2009)

National Wildlife Strike Incidents

2013-03-30
Time: Day, Operator: Business, Aircraft: C-172 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 1, Power Type: Reciprocating engine (piston), Registration: N643SP, Remains Collected: No, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Unknown bird, Strikes/Damages: Struck Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: Other
Comments: SOURCE =FAA ASIAS OPER = HILL FLYING CLUB INC
Remarks: A/C WHILE INBOUND STRUCK A BIRD AT THE L/E OF THE A/C WING. LANDED W/O INCIDENT.
2011-05-26
Time: Night (22:50), Sky: Overcast, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: BELL-206 (Helicopter), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 1, Power Type: Turboshaft (helicopter), Registration: N3211N, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: Yes, Above Ground: 1000 ft, Speed: 100 knots, Phase of Flight: Descent, Birds Seen: 2-10, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Western grebe, Size: Medium, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Damage: Substantial, Strikes/Damages: Struck & Damaged windshield, Struck & Damaged nose, Struck & Damaged Wing or Rotor, Struck & Damaged Fuselage, Struck Tail, Struck & Damaged Other, Instrument Panel, Cyclic Controls, Effect On Flight: Precautionary Landing, Out Of Service: 100000 h, Repair Costs: $396000, Other Costs: $108229, Report Type: Multiple, Injuries: 2
Comments: OPER = UPPER LIMIT AVIATION/MARK LANCASTER SOURCE = TWO xxxx-x (xxxx-x-x-xxxxxx & Rx) & FAA ACCIDENT/INCIDENT PRELIM DATA (x/xx/xx UPDATED ID) (xx/x/xx UPDATED SOURCE: x/x/xxxx UPDATED ID & REMARKS)
Remarks: ID BY SMITHSSONIAN. EITHER WESTERN OR CLARK'S GREBE. DNA ANALYSIS UNABLE TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN THEM. ENTERED AS WESTERN BY DEFAULT. DOWNWIND FOR RWY 35 BIRD HIT LEFT SIDE OF NOSE CONE. UPON REGAINING CONTROL OF THE A/C. I TURNED BACK TO ORIGINAL HEADING AND SLOWED AIR SPEED TO 60 KTS. ALL GAUGES WERE WITHIN NORMAL PARAMETERES. FELT VIBRATION AND MASSIVE AIR RUSHING THRU CABIN. FOUND BIRD HAD ENTERED CABIN. INSTRUCTOR AND CABIN WERE COVERED IN BLOOD. MADE RADIO CALL TO BMC AREA TRAFFIC AND INTENTION OF LDG RWY 35. CAME TO 15 FOOT HOOVER AS I WAS AFRAID MY DEPTH PERCEPTION MIGHT BE OFF DUE TO BLOOD SPLATTER IN LEFT EYE. I MOVED OVER TO A LIGHTED AREA IN FRONT OF A HANGER AND SET DOWN. DUE TO SMELL IN A/C I THOUGHT I WAS GOING TO THROW UP SO I CAME BACK INTO A 5' HOOVER THEN PROCEDED TO LAND. BOTH PILOT AND INSTRUCTOR RECEIVED MINOR INJURIES. A/C WILL BE DOWN FOR 2 MONTHS. LOST REVENUE WAS $396.000. ESTIMATED COST OF REPAIRS 100,000. COST WILL BE UPDATED WHEN REPAIRS ARE COMPLETED NEXT MONTH.

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