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Cape Fear Regional Jetport/Howie Franklin Fld Airport (SUT) in Oak Island, North Carolina
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  • Cape Fear Regional Jetport/Howie Franklin Fld Airport (SUT)
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Cape Fear Regional Jetport/Howie Franklin Fld Airport (SUT)

  • General
  • Type: Airport, Status: Operational, Runways: 1, Land Area Covered By Airport: 185 acres, Ownership: Publicly owned, Facility Use: Open to public, Site Number: 16990.*A, Location ID: SUT, Region: Southern, District Office: MEM, Unicom Frequency: 123.050 MHz, Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF): 123.050 MHz, Traffic Pattern Altitude: 975, Aeronautical sectional chart: Charlotte, Tie-In FSS: No, Tie-In FSS ID: RDU, Tie-In FSS Name: Raleigh, Tie-In FSS Toll-Free Number: 1-800-WX-BRIEF, Elevation: 26 ft, Elevation determination method: Surveyed, Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (2010-08-18), Air traffic control tower: No, Boundary ARTCC (FAA) computer ID: ZCW, Boundary ARTCC ID: ZDC, Boundary ARTCC Name: Washington, Airspace Determination: No Objection, Federal Agreements: NGY, NOTAM Service: Yes, NOTAM Facility ID: SUT, Last Inspection Date: 09/10/2014, Inspection Group: State aeronautical personnel, Inspection Method: State
  • Location
  • State: North Carolina, County: Brunswick, City: Oak Island, GPS (Degrees): Lat: 33° 55' 50.900'', Lng: -78° 04' 24.100'', GPS (Seconds): Lat: 33.930806, Lng: -78.073361, GPS determination method: Estimated, Position Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (2010-08-18), Distance from central business district: 1 mi (NE) Find on map
  • Owner
  • Brunswick Co Arpt Commission, 4019 Long Beach Road, Oak Island, Nc 28461, 910-457-6534
  • Manager
  • Howard Franklin, 4019 Long Beach Road, Oak Island, Nc 28461, 910-457-6483
  • Operations
  • Period: 09/10/2013 - 09/10/2014, Itinerant Operations: 44,000, Local Operations: 30,000, Military Operations: 3,000
  • Aircraft
  • Single Engine Aircraft: 80, Multi Engine Aircraft: 2, Jet Engine Aircraft: 1, Helicopters: 3, Ultralight Aircraft: 2
  • Additional
  • Fuel Types: 100LLA1+, Magnetic Variation: 8W (Year 2000), 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: AVNCS, INSTR, PAJA, RNTL, SALES
  • Remarks
  • ACTVT MIRL 05/23; PAPI RY 05/23 - CTAF.

Runway 1

  • Base End
  • Base End ID: 05, True Alignment: 41, Right Traffic Pattern: No, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 33° 55' 30.406'', Lng: -78° 04' 45.555'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 33.925113, Lng: -78.079321, Physical Elevation: 19 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 39.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 24.1 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: P2L, Controlling Object Description: TREES, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Other than utility, Object Clear Slope: 31, Object Height: 15 ft, Object Distance From Runway: 677.0 ft, Object Offset From Runway: 241L ft, Runway End Gradient: 0.2, Take-Off Run Available: 5,505 ft, Take-Off Distance Available: 5,505 ft, Actual Stop Distance Available: 5,505 ft, Landing Distance Available: 5,505 ft, Position Source: FAA (03/14/2012), Elevation Source: FAA (03/14/2012), Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (04/11/2011)
  • Reciprocal End
  • Reciprocal End ID: 23, True Alignment: 221, Right Traffic Pattern: No, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 33° 56' 11.482'', Lng: -78° 04' 02.673'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 33.936523, Lng: -78.067409, Physical Elevation: 26 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 32.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.04 °, Displaced GPS (Degrees): Lat: 33° 56' 08.497'', Lng: -78° 04' 05.790'', Displaced GPS (Seconds): Lat: 33.935694, Lng: -78.068275, Elevation At Displaced Threshold: 25 ft, Length At Displaced Threshold: 400 ft, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 26.3 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: P2L, Controlling Object Description: BLDG, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Other than utility, Object Clear Slope: 11, Object Height: 12 ft, Object Distance From Runway: 341.0 ft, Object Offset From Runway: 205L ft, Runway End Gradient: 0.2, Take-Off Run Available: 5,505 ft, Take-Off Distance Available: 5,505 ft, Actual Stop Distance Available: 5,505 ft, Landing Distance Available: 5,105 ft, Position Source: FAA (03/14/2012), Elevation Source: FAA (03/14/2012), Displaced Threshold Position Source: FAA (03/14/2012), Displaced Threshold Elevation Source: FAA (03/14/2012), Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: FAA (03/14/2012)

National Wildlife Strike Incidents

2013-07-31
Time: Day (08:10), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Chantilly Air, Aircraft: LEARJET-35 (Airplane), Mass: 5,701 - 27,000 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turbofan, Registration: N565GG, Flight: 35, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 5, Above Ground: 5 ft, Speed: 130 knots, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 11-100, Birds Struck: 2-10, Species: Unknown bird - small, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Strikes/Damages: Struck Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
Comments: SOURCE = TWO xxxx-x (xxxx-x-xx-xxxxxx, Rx)
Remarks: BIRD REMAINS ON RT TIP TANK. BIRD FEATHER GREASE IMPRINT ON LT WING. NO DMG.
2002-07-11
Time: Day, Sky: Some Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Netjets, Aircraft: C-560 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turbofan, Registration: N316QS, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 5, Phase of Flight: Landing Roll, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Unknown bird - medium, Size: Medium, Strikes/Damages: Struck Landing Gear, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7
Comments: EVENT NJA xxxx
Remarks: BIRDSTRIKE ON RT MAIN GEAR. INSPN. CLEANED. NO DMG.
2000-07-18
Time: Day, Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Execaire, Aircraft: C-560 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turbofan, Registration: N327QS, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 5, Above Ground: 500 ft, Speed: 110 knots, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 1, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Unknown bird - medium, Size: Medium, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Damage: Minor, Strikes/Damages: Struck & Damaged Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7
Remarks: SLIGHT DENT IN L WING.
1997-10-08
Time: Day (14:45), Sky: Some Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Privately Owned, Aircraft: C-210 CENTUR (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 1, Power Type: Reciprocating engine (piston), Registration: N6619C, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 5, Above Ground: 1700 ft, Speed: 165 knots, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 2-10, Birds Struck: 1, Species: New World Vultures, Size: Large, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Damage: Substantial, Strikes/Damages: Struck & Damaged windshield, Struck & Damaged Wing or Rotor, Struck & Damaged Other, Effect On Flight: Other, Out Of Service: 12000 h, Repair Costs: $2000, Other Costs: $18784, Report Type: Multiple
Comments: SOURCE = ARTICLE IN AOPA PILOT OCT xxxx & xxxx-x IN RESPONSE TO LETTER
Remarks: SAW BIRD FLOATING ON THERMAL IN FRONT OF ME. THOUGHT IT WOULD PASS OFF PRETTY CLOSE SO I WATCHED IT. I SAW A FLASH OF BLACK FOLLWED BY A LOUD EXPLOSION ON THE WINDSHLD. FELT SHARP STINGS ON FACE, NECK, CHEST, RT ARM & SHOULDER. INSTANTLY MY RT CLOTHES HAD BLOOD ALL OVER THEM. HOLE IN RT WINDSHLD. NOISE WAS DEAFENING. EVERYTHING LOOSE IN COCKPIT WAS FLYING AROUND. PULLED BIRD OUT OF WINDSHLD. LOOKED UP TO SEE PLANE IN SHARP NOSE-DOWN RT TURN. EMERGENCY DECLARED. COULD NOT HEAR TWR DUE TO NOISE IN COCKPIT. YAW TO STARBRD BUT RUDDER TRIM MADE IT MANAGEABLE. DAMAGED WING ROOT FAIRING ON LE OF RT WING. FUEL LINE WAS JAMMED AND CRIMPED SHUT. IF I HAD BEEN USING THIS TANK, I WOULD HAVE LOST THE ENG.
1997-01-01
Time: Day, Sky: Overcast, Precipation: Fog, Operator: Business, Aircraft: PA-60 600 (Airplane), Mass: 2251 - 5700 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Reciprocating engine (piston), Registration: N68918, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 5, Above Ground: 10 ft, Speed: 120 knots, Phase of Flight: Climb, Birds Seen: Over 100, Birds Struck: 11-100, Species: Unknown bird - small, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Strikes/Damages: Struck radome, Struck windshield, Struck nose, Struck Engine 1, Struck Engine 2, Struck Propeller, Struck Wing or Rotor, Struck Fuselage, Effect On Flight: Other, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7
Comments: OPER = RELIANT AIR CHARTER (JOHN MCCLOSKEY) (x/xx/xx UPDATED EFFECT ON FLT)
Remarks: NO DAMAGE, DIVERTED TO KILM FOR CLEANUP. TIME OUT OF SERVICE = 1/4 HR.

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