Johnson County Executive Airport (OJC) in Olathe, Kansas
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Johnson County Executive Airport (OJC)

  • General
  • Type: Airport, Status: Operational, Acivation Date: 10/01/1944, Runways: 2, Land Area Covered By Airport: 568 acres, Ownership: Publicly owned, Facility Use: Open to public, Site Number: 06811.*A, Location ID: OJC, Region: Central, Unicom Frequency: 122.950 MHz, Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF): 126.000 MHz, Aeronautical sectional chart: Kansas City, Tie-In FSS: No, Tie-In FSS ID: COU, Tie-In FSS Name: Columbia, Tie-In FSS Toll-Free Number: 1-800-WX-BRIEF, Elevation: 1096 ft, Elevation determination method: Surveyed, Air traffic control tower: Yes, Boundary ARTCC (FAA) computer ID: ZCK, Boundary ARTCC ID: ZKC, Boundary ARTCC Name: Kansas City, Airspace Determination: No Objection, Federal Agreements: NGPY, NOTAM Service: Yes, NOTAM Facility ID: OJC, Last Inspection Date: 06/08/2007, Inspection Group: State aeronautical personnel, Inspection Method: State
  • Location
  • State: Kansas, County: Johnson, City: Olathe, GPS (Degrees): Lat: 38° 50' 51.367'', Lng: -94° 44' 15.309'', GPS (Seconds): Lat: 38.847602, Lng: -94.737586, GPS determination method: Estimated, Position Source: NGS, Distance from central business district: 4 mi (SE) Find on map
  • Owner
  • Johnson County, 1 New Century Parkway, Olathe, Ks 66031, 913-715-6000
  • Manager
  • Bob Perry, C/O Johnson County, 1 New Century Pkwy, Olathe, Ks 66031, 913-715-6000
  • Operations
  • Period: 12/31/2005 - 12/31/2006, Air Taxi Operations: 403, Itinerant Operations: 45,812, Local Operations: 24,295, Military Operations: 148
  • Aircraft
  • Single Engine Aircraft: 120, Multi Engine Aircraft: 19, Jet Engine Aircraft: 2, Helicopters: 2
  • Additional
  • Fuel Types: 100LLA, Magnetic Variation: 4E (Year 2000), Beacon Color: Clear-green (lighted land airport), Bottled Oxygen Type: Low pressure, Bulk Oxygen Type: Low pressure, Lighting Schedule: Dusk-Dawn, 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: AMB, AVNCS, CHTR, INSTR, RNTL, SALES, SURV
  • Remarks
  • Traffic Pattern Altitude: LOW PERFORMANCE ACFT 1000 FT AGL; HIGH PERFORMANCE ACFT 1500 FT AGL.

Runway 1

  • Base End
  • Base End ID: '18, True Alignment: 180, Instrument Landing System (ILS) Type: Localizer, Right Traffic Pattern: No, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 38° 51' 11.602'', Lng: -94° 44' 15.243'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 38.853223, Lng: -94.737568, Physical Elevation: 1096 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 25.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 1096.0 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: V2R, Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL): No, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Utility runway with a non-precision approach, Object Clear Slope: 50, Runway End Gradient: 1.1, Position Source: NGS (06/19/2002), Elevation Source: NGS (06/19/2002), Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: NGS (06/19/2002)
  • Reciprocal End
  • Reciprocal End ID: '36, Instrument Landing System (ILS) Type: Localizer, Right Traffic Pattern: No, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 38° 50' 31.103'', Lng: -94° 44' 15.362'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 38.841973, Lng: -94.737601, Physical Elevation: 1050 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 40.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 1086.0 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: V4L, Approach Light System: MALSR, Controlling Object Description: TREE, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Utility runway with a non-precision approach, Object Clear Slope: 34, Object Height: 21 ft, Object Distance From Runway: 925.0 ft, Object Offset From Runway: 337L ft, Runway End Gradient: 1.1, Position Source: NGS (06/19/2002), Elevation Source: NGS (06/19/2002), Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: NGS (06/19/2002)

Runway 2

    National Wildlife Strike Incidents

    2009-10-07
    Time: Night (22:00), Sky: Overcast, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: C-560 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turbofan, Registration: N24QT, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: Yes, Runway: 18, Speed: 105 knots, Phase of Flight: Take-off run, Birds Seen: 1, Birds Struck: 1, Species: RED FOX, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: Yes, Damage: Uncertain Level, Strikes/Damages: Struck & Damaged Landing Gear, Struck & Damaged Lights, Effect On Flight: Precautionary Landing, Out Of Service: 50000 h, Repair Costs: $2000, Other Costs: $50000, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: OPER = QUICKTRIP CORP SOURCE = FOUR xxxx-x (xxxx-xx-x-xxxxxx, x-xxxxxx & Rx) (x-xx-xx UPDATED DATE FROM x TO x & SPECIES FROM PHONE CALL TO ARPT OPS)
    Remarks: ID BY SMITHSONIAN, FAA 3722. COYOTE OR DOMESTIC DOG. FOX FOUND ON RWY. DMG TO RT MAIN GEAR DOOR. ARPT OPS REPORTED THAT A/C HIT A FOX OR COYOTE ON T/O ROLL
    2007-05-13
    Time: Night (01:50), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: C-340 (Airplane), Mass: 2251 - 5700 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Reciprocating engine (piston), Registration: N674PC, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: Yes, Above Ground: 5200 ft, Phase of Flight: Descent, Birds Struck: 2-10, Species: PECTORAL SANDPIPER, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Damage: Minor, Strikes/Damages: Struck windshield, Struck Engine 2, Struck Tail, Struck & Damaged Other, Spray Bar, Effect On Flight: None, Out Of Service: 100 h, Repair Costs: $200, Other Costs: $106, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: SOURCE = TWO xxxx-x (xxxx-x-xx-xxxxxx & Rx) & LETTER TO SMITHSONIAN OPER = LEGAL WINGS I (TIM FRETS)
    Remarks: ID BY SMITHSONIAN, FAA 1858. IT APPEARS 1 BIRD HIT AT THE BASE OF THE WINDSHLD NEAR THE CENTER DIVIDER AND ON THE ALCOHOL SPRAY BAR, AS THAT WAS BENT. FEATHERS AND REMAINS WERE JAMMED AROUND THE SPRAY BAR AND BLOOD COATED THE LWR WINDSHLD. ADDITIONAL REMAINS WERE FOUND ON THE INBD SIDE OF THE RT ENG WITH LIMITED AMOUNTS GOING IN THE INBD COWL OPENING. SOME REMAINS WERE ON THE TAIL AND SENT TO THE SMITHSONIAN.
    2002-11-30
    Time: Night (18:30), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Privately Owned, Aircraft: BE-55 BARON (Airplane), Mass: 2251 - 5700 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Reciprocating engine (piston), Registration: N555HS, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 36, Above Ground: 3000 ft, Speed: 170 knots, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 11-100, Birds Struck: 1, Species: CANADA GOOSE, Size: Large, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Damage: Minor, Strikes/Damages: Struck & Damaged Tail, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7
    Comments: OPER = FRANK SCOTT
    Remarks: NO MAJOR DMG. "GOOD DENT" ON LE OF TAIL.
    2002-06-12
    Time: Day (10:46), Operator: Business, Aircraft: C-310 (Airplane), Mass: 2251 - 5700 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Reciprocating engine (piston), Registration: N87RJ, Remains Collected: No, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 2-10, Birds Struck: 1, Species: BIRD, Damage: Minor, Strikes/Damages: Struck & Damaged windshield, Report Type: Other
    Comments: OPER = JOHNSTON AVIATION CO. *** LETTER SENT FOR DETAILS SOURCE = ROC PRELIMINARY INCIDENT REPT.
    Remarks: HIT A FLOCK OF BIRDS. LANDED W/O INCIDENT. ACE-505 AND FSDO INSPTR CONFERRED RE THIS MATTER AND FSDO INSPCTR CALLED IT A BIRD STRIKE. WINDSHLD BROKEN ON L SIDE.
    1993-03-16
    Time: Night, Sky: Some Cloud, Operator: Privately Owned, Aircraft: PA-34 SENECA (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Reciprocating engine (piston), Registration: N81AW, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 35, Above Ground: 2200 ft, Phase of Flight: Descent, Birds Seen: 2-10, Birds Struck: 1, Species: BIRD, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: Yes, Strikes/Damages: Struck Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7
    Comments: OPERATOR = DOUG MCMULLIN
    Remarks: BIRDS WERE WHITE. NO DAMAGE. HIGH CIRRUS CLOUDS. LOCAL NOTAM ISSUED ABOUT BIRDS.
    1992-11-11
    Time: Day, Sky: Overcast, Precipation: Rain, Operator: Business, Aircraft: C-421 (Airplane), Mass: 2251 - 5700 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Reciprocating engine (piston), Registration: N5195C, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 35, Above Ground: 90 ft, Phase of Flight: Climb, Birds Seen: 11-100, Birds Struck: 2-10, Species: GULLS, Size: Medium, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: Yes, Strikes/Damages: Struck windshield, Struck Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: Precautionary Landing, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7
    Comments: OPERATOR = HADDAD RESTUARANT GROUP
    Remarks: HIT 2 GULLS. NO SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO A/C. ROC NOTIFIED AT 1510Z.
    FAA Registered Aircraft Manufacturers and Dealers: 8 (See the full list of FAA Registered Manufacturers and Dealers in Olathe)
    FAA Registered Aircraft: 203 (See the full list of FAA Registered Aircraft)

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