Double Eagle Ii Airport (AEG) in Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Double Eagle Ii Airport (AEG)

  • General
  • Type: Airport, Status: Operational, Acivation Date: 08/01/1983, Runways: 2, Land Area Covered By Airport: 4257 acres, Ownership: Publicly owned, Facility Use: Open to public, Site Number: 14528.1*A, Location ID: AEG, Region: Southwest, District Office: LNM, Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF): 120.150 MHz, Aeronautical sectional chart: Albuquerque, Tie-In FSS ID: ABQ, Tie-In FSS Name: Albuquerque, Tie-In FSS Toll-Free Number: 1-800-WX-BRIEF, Elevation: 5837 ft, Elevation determination method: Surveyed, Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (2007-02-27), Air traffic control tower: Yes, Boundary ARTCC (FAA) computer ID: ZCA, Boundary ARTCC ID: ZAB, Boundary ARTCC Name: Albuquerque, Airspace Determination: No Objection, Federal Agreements: NGY, NOTAM Service: Yes, NOTAM Facility ID: AEG, Last Inspection Date: 04/14/2009, Inspection Group: Private contract personnel, Inspection Method: State
  • Location
  • State: New Mexico, County: Bernalillo, City: Albuquerque, GPS (Degrees): Lat: 35° 08' 42.600'', Lng: -106° 47' 42.600'', GPS (Seconds): Lat: 35.145167, Lng: -106.795167, GPS determination method: Estimated, Position Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (2007-02-27), Distance from central business district: 7 mi (NW) Find on map
  • Owner
  • City Of Albuquerque, Po Box 9948, Albuquerque, Nm 87119, 505-244-7899
  • Manager
  • Mike Medley, Po Box 9948, Albuquerque, Nm 87119, 505-244-7888
  • Operations
  • Period: 04/14/2008 - 04/14/2009, Air Taxi Operations: 2,000, Itinerant Operations: 41,217, Local Operations: 86,214, Military Operations: 1,966
  • Aircraft
  • Single Engine Aircraft: 116, Multi Engine Aircraft: 9, Jet Engine Aircraft: 3, Helicopters: 6, Ultralight Aircraft: 4
  • Additional
  • Fuel Types: 100LLA A1, Magnetic Variation: 11E (Year 1990), Beacon Color: Clear-green (lighted land airport), Bottled Oxygen Type: High pressure, Lighting Schedule: Dusk-Dawn, Airframe repair service availability/type: Major, Power Plant repair service availability/type: Major, Military Landing Rights: Yes, Transient storage: HGR,TIE, Wind direction indicator: Y-L, Segmented circle airport marker system: Yes, Other services: CHTR, INSTR, RNTL, SALES

Runway 1

  • Base End
  • Base End ID: '04, True Alignment: 46, Runway Markings Type: Precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 35° 08' 19.499'', Lng: -106° 48' 33.050'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 35.138750, Lng: -106.809181, Physical Elevation: 5837 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 44.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 5837.0 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: P4L, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Other than utility runway with a visual approach, Object Clear Slope: 50, Position Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007), Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007), Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007)
  • Reciprocal End
  • Reciprocal End ID: '22, True Alignment: 226, Instrument Landing System (ILS) Type: Instrument landing system, Right Traffic Pattern: Yes, Runway Markings Type: Precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 35° 09' 10.150'', Lng: -106° 47' 28.792'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 35.152820, Lng: -106.791331, Physical Elevation: 5810 ft, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 5817.0 ft, Approach Light System: MALSR, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: PIR, Object Clear Slope: 50, Position Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007), Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007), Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007)

Runway 2

  • Base End
  • Base End ID: '17, True Alignment: 180, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 35° 09' 09.371'', Lng: -106° 47' 19.995'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 35.152603, Lng: -106.788888, Physical Elevation: 5806 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 44.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 5806.0 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: P4L, Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL): Yes, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Other than utility runway with a visual approach, Object Clear Slope: 50, Position Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007), Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007), Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007)
  • Reciprocal End
  • Reciprocal End ID: '35, True Alignment: 360, Right Traffic Pattern: Yes, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 35° 08' 10.111'', Lng: -106° 47' 19.933'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 35.136142, Lng: -106.788870, Physical Elevation: 5799 ft, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 5804.0 ft, Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL): Yes, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Other than utility runway with a visual approach, Object Clear Slope: 50, Position Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007), Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007), Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: 3RD PARTY SURVEY (02/27/2007)

National Wildlife Strike Incidents

2009-05-12
Time: Night (04:10), Sky: No Cloud, Operator: Petroleum Helicopters, Aircraft: AEROS 350 (Helicopter), Mass: 2251 - 5700 kg, Engines: 1, Power Type: Turboshaft (helicopter), Registration: N351LG, Remains Collected: No, Location: 5 MILES SOUTH E80 AIRPORT IN NEW MEXICO, Above Ground: 1400 ft, Speed: 100 knots, Miles From Airport: 5 mi, Phase of Flight: En Route, Birds Seen: 2-10, Birds Struck: 1, Species: BIRD - SMALL, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Strikes/Damages: Struck windshield, Effect On Flight: Precautionary Landing, Repair Costs: $7000, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
Comments: xxxx-x-xx-xxxxxx (MEDICAL TRANSPORT)
Remarks: LOT SOF BUGS OUT AT NIGHT, WITH WARMER WEATHER, ENCOUNTERED A FEW BIRDS AND BATS ENROUTE TO DO HOSPITAL TRANSPORT, BUT MISSED ALL BUT ONE.
2004-06-22
Time: Day (11:30), Sky: Some Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: DA-20 FALCON (Airplane), Mass: 5,701 - 27,000 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turbofan, Registration: N641DC, Remains Collected: No, Above Ground: 1000 ft, Speed: 100 knots, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 1, Birds Struck: 1, Species: BIRD - LARGE, Size: Large, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Damage: Minor, Strikes/Damages: Struck & Damaged Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: Precautionary Landing, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7
Comments: OPER = WEST MESA AVIATION
Remarks: DELAMINATION OF LEADING EDGE @ POINT OF IMPACT. NO INJURIES TO CREW.
FAA Registered Aircraft Manufacturers and Dealers: 13 (See the full list of FAA Registered Manufacturers and Dealers in Albuquerque)
FAA Registered Aircraft: 1141 (See the full list of FAA Registered Aircraft)

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