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Provo Municipal Airport (PVU)

  • General
  • Type: Airport, Status: Operational, Acivation Date: 09/01/1942, Runways: 3, Land Area Covered By Airport: 869 acres, Ownership: Publicly owned, Facility Use: Open to public, Site Number: 25269.*A, Location ID: PVU, Region: Northwest Mountain, District Office: DEN, Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF): 125.300 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: 4497 ft, Elevation determination method: Surveyed, Air traffic control tower: Yes, Boundary ARTCC (FAA) computer ID: ZCU, Boundary ARTCC ID: ZLC, Boundary ARTCC Name: Salt Lake City, Airspace Determination: No Objection, Certification Type & Date: I B U 05/2005, Federal Agreements: NGY3, NOTAM Service: Yes, NOTAM Facility ID: PVU, Last Inspection Date: 05/01/2013, Inspection Group: State aeronautical personnel, Inspection Method: Federal
  • Location
  • State: Utah, County: Utah, City: Provo, GPS (Degrees): Lat: 40° 13' 09.100'', Lng: -111° 43' 24.100'', GPS (Seconds): Lat: 40.219194, Lng: -111.723361, GPS determination method: Estimated, Position Source: NGS, Distance from central business district: 2 mi (SW) Find on map
  • Owner
  • City Of Provo, Box 1849, Provo, Ut 84603, 801-852-6715
  • Manager
  • Steve Gleason, Box 1849, Provo, Ut 84603, 801-852-6715
  • Operations
  • Period: 01/01/2012 - 01/01/2013, Commercial Operations: 3,045, Air Taxi Operations: 300, Itinerant Operations: 55,744, Local Operations: 112,725, Military Operations: 200
  • Aircraft
  • Single Engine Aircraft: 62, Multi Engine Aircraft: 37, Jet Engine Aircraft: 5, Helicopters: 7
  • Additional
  • Fuel Types: 100 A, Magnetic Variation: 12E (Year 2010), Beacon Color: Clear-green (lighted land airport), Bottled Oxygen Type: Low pressure, Bulk Oxygen Type: Low pressure, 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: AMB, CHTR, INSTR, RNTL, SURV
  • Remarks
  • 24 HRS.

Runway 1

  • Base End
  • Base End ID: 13, True Alignment: 146, Instrument Landing System (ILS) Type: Instrument landing system, Right Traffic Pattern: Yes, Runway Markings Type: Precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 40° 13' 48.756'', Lng: -111° 43' 56.789'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 40.230210, Lng: -111.732442, Physical Elevation: 4497 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 42.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 4497.2 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: P4L, Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL): Yes, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: PIR, Object Clear Slope: 50, Runway End Gradient: 0.0, Take-Off Run Available: 8,599 ft, Take-Off Distance Available: 8,599 ft, Actual Stop Distance Available: 8,599 ft, Landing Distance Available: 8,599 ft, Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: AVN (04/11/2011)
  • Reciprocal End
  • Reciprocal End ID: 31, True Alignment: 326, Right Traffic Pattern: No, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 40° 12' 38.490'', Lng: -111° 42' 54.483'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 40.210692, Lng: -111.715134, Physical Elevation: 4493 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 46.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 4493.9 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: P2L, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Other than utility, Object Clear Slope: 50, Runway End Gradient: 0.0, Take-Off Run Available: 8,599 ft, Take-Off Distance Available: 8,599 ft, Actual Stop Distance Available: 8,599 ft, Landing Distance Available: 8,599 ft, Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: AVN (04/11/2011)

Runway 2

  • Base End
  • Base End ID: 18, True Alignment: 192, Right Traffic Pattern: Yes, Runway Markings Type: Basic, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 40° 13' 35.154'', Lng: -111° 43' 13.385'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 40.226432, Lng: -111.720385, Physical Elevation: 4494 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 45.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 4494.0 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: P2L, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Other than utility runway with a visual approach, Object Clear Slope: 50, Runway End Gradient: 0.0, Take-Off Run Available: 6,614 ft, Take-Off Distance Available: 6,614 ft, Actual Stop Distance Available: 6,614 ft, Landing Distance Available: 6,614 ft
  • Reciprocal End
  • Reciprocal End ID: 36, True Alignment: 12, Right Traffic Pattern: No, Runway Markings Type: Basic, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 40° 12' 31.181'', Lng: -111° 43' 30.771'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 40.208661, Lng: -111.725214, Physical Elevation: 4492 ft, Threshold Crossing Height: 46.0 ft, Glide Path Angle: 0.03 °, Elevation At Touchdown Zone: 4493.6 ft, Visual Glide Slope Indicators: P2L, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Other than utility runway with a visual approach, Object Clear Slope: 50, Runway End Gradient: 0.0, Take-Off Run Available: 6,614 ft, Take-Off Distance Available: 6,614 ft, Actual Stop Distance Available: 6,614 ft, Landing Distance Available: 6,614 ft, Touchdown Zone Elevation Source: AVN (04/11/2011)

Runway 3

    Near Midair Collisions Incidents

    18-AUG-2011 10:02
    Report Number: NNMTPVU11001, Incident Evaluation: POTENTIAL
    Reporing aircraft: CESSNA CE-182, Operation: GENERAL AVIATION (14 CFR 91), Registration Nr: N2997F, Altitude: 6200 ft, Flight Plan Filled: Visual Flight Rules, Flight Phase: Approach
    Other aircraft: CIRRUS, Operation: GENERAL AVIATION (14 CFR 91), Registration Nr: N319CP, Flight Plan Filed: Visual Flight Rules, Flight Phase: Approach
    09-DEC-2009 14:04
    Event ID: 1070510791, Report Number: NNMTPVU09003, Incident Evaluation: CRITICAL
    Reporing aircraft: CESSNA CE-206, Operation: GENERAL AVIATION (14 CFR 91), Registration Nr: N1262V, Altitude: 6200 ft, Flight Plan Filled: Visual Flight Rules, Flight Phase: Approach
    Other aircraft: UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY, DIAMOND DIAMOND-42, Operation: GENERAL AVIATION (14 CFR 91), Registration Nr: N104TS, Altitude: 6300 ft, Sight Separation: 2 sec, Flight Plan Filed: Visual Flight Rules, Flight Phase: Approach
    29-SEP-2009 10:18
    Event ID: 1070510778, Report Number: NNMTPVU09002, Incident Evaluation: CRITICAL
    Reporing aircraft: UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY, DIAMOND, Operation: GENERAL AVIATION (14 CFR 91), Registration Nr: N106UV, Altitude: 6300 ft, Sight Separation: 2 sec, Flight Plan Filled: Visual Flight Rules, Flight Phase: Approach
    Other aircraft: GLASSAIR, Registration Nr: N79R, Altitude: 6300 ft, Flight Plan Filed: Visual Flight Rules, Flight Phase: Approach
    24-FEB-2009 11:10
    Event ID: 1070510726, Report Number: NNMTPVU09001, Incident Evaluation: POTENTIAL
    Reporing aircraft: DIAMOND DIAMOND-20 (DIAMOND-20-C1), Operation: GENERAL AVIATION (14 CFR 91), Registration Nr: N885CT, Altitude: 5600 ft, Sight Separation: 2 sec, Flight Plan Filled: Visual Flight Rules, Flight Phase: Turning
    Other aircraft: CESSNA CE-310, Registration Nr: N2244F

    National Wildlife Strike Incidents

    2015-09-17
    Time: Night (21:00), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Government, Aircraft: DIAMOND 42 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turboprop, Registration: N455AM, Flight: 45, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: Yes, Runway: 31, Above Ground: 300 ft, Speed: 90 knots, Miles From Airport: 1 mi, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 2-10, Birds Struck: 2-10, Species: Free-tailed bats, Size: Small, Strikes/Damages: Struck radome, Struck nose, Struck Engine 2, Engine ingested the bird/ animal, Struck Propeller, Struck Fuselage, Struck Tail, Repair Costs: $250, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: xxxx-x-xx-xxxxxx, Rx OPERATOR / OWNER = UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY
    2015-08-02
    Time: Day (17:45), Sky: Overcast, Operator: Business, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 13, Above Ground: 20 ft, Speed: 130 knots, Phase of Flight: Climb, Birds Seen: 11-100, Birds Struck: 2-10, Species: Sparrows, Size: Small, Strikes/Damages: Struck windshield, Struck nose, Struck Engine 2, Engine ingested the bird/ animal, Struck Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Remarks: DATA ENTRY NOTE: OPERATOR NOR REGISTRATION NUMBER REPORTED. ASSUME OWNED BY BUSINESS.
    2015-07-31
    Time: Day (17:00), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: DIAMOND 42 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turboprop, Registration: N334TS, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 13, Above Ground: 350 ft, Speed: 90 knots, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 2-10, Birds Struck: 2-10, Species: Unknown bird - small, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: Yes, Strikes/Damages: Struck Wing or Rotor, Struck Fuselage, Effect On Flight: Other, Repair Costs: $250, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: OPER = UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY xxxx-x-x-xxxxxx
    Remarks: DID A FULL STOP LANDING. HIT LEADING EDGE OF WING RH AND LH SIDES OF A/C NEAR LH ENGINE NACELLE. EVER INCREASING NUMBER OF BIRDS IN THE VICINITY OF KPVU.
    2015-03-05
    Time: Dusk (18:55), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Government, Aircraft: DIAMOND 20 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 1, Power Type: Reciprocating engine (piston), Registration: N987CT, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: No, Runway: 13, Above Ground: 250 ft, Speed: 65 knots, Phase of Flight: Climb, Birds Seen: 11-100, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Green-winged teal, Size: Medium, Strikes/Damages: Struck Propeller, Struck Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: Precautionary Landing, Repair Costs: $55, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: OPER = UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY xxxx-x-x-xxxxxx
    Remarks: 20-30 DUCKS CROSSED THE TOUCH-N-GO FLIGHT PATH. A/C HIT 1 SML DUCK. STUDENT CONTD FLYING A/C. CFI INITIATED A RETURN TO RWY 13 FOR A FULL STOP LDG. TWR WAS INFORMED AND DUCK WAS FOUND ON RWY DURING FOD CHECK. ID BY DOLBEER VIA PHOTO. FEMALE GW TEAL.
    2014-09-08
    Time: Day (11:15), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: DIAMOND 40 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 1, Power Type: Turboprop, Registration: N106UV, Flight: 36, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 13, Above Ground: 5 ft, Speed: 60 knots, Phase of Flight: Climb, Birds Seen: 1, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Unknown bird - large, Size: Large, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Strikes/Damages: Struck Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: Precautionary Landing, Repair Costs: $100, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: xxxx-x-xx-xxxxxx OPERATOR / OWNER = UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY (x/xx/xxxx UPDATED A/C)
    Remarks: AS THE A/C WAS ROTATING DURING INITIAL T/O, A BIRD OF PREY (FALCON OR HAWK) LIFTED OFF THE GROUND AND STRUCK THE L/E OF THE A/C. THE ARPT MANAGER WENT OUT AND CONFIRMED THE BIRD CARCASS. LATER HE WENT OUT TO COLLECT A FEATHER FOR ID BUT THE BIRD WAS GONE.
    2014-09-05
    Time: Day (18:15), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: DIAMOND 40 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 1, Power Type: Turboprop, Registration: N104TS, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 13, Above Ground: 50 ft, Speed: 80 knots, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Unknown bird - small, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Strikes/Damages: Struck radome, Struck nose, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: OPER = UTAL VALLEY UNIVERSITY xxxx-x-xx-xxxxxx (x/xx/xxxx UPDATED A/C)
    2014-08-22
    Time: Day (07:47), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: GULFSTREAM 200 (Airplane), Mass: 5,701 - 27,000 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turbofan, Registration: N196X, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 13, Speed: 120 knots, Phase of Flight: Take-off run, Birds Seen: Over 100, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Swallows, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Strikes/Damages: Struck windshield, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: xxxx-x-xx-xxxxxx OPERATOR /OWNER = KEYSTONE AVIATION LLC / WASATCH AVIATION GROUP TWO LLC
    2013-10-14
    Time: Day (16:00), Sky: Some Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: DIAMOND 42 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turboprop, Registration: N334TS, Flight: WOLF44, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: Yes, Runway: 31, Above Ground: 400 ft, Speed: 90 knots, Phase of Flight: Climb, Birds Seen: 2-10, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Barn swallow, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: Yes, Strikes/Damages: Struck radome, Struck windshield, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: SOURCE = TWO xxxx-x (xxxx-xx-xx-xxxxxx, Rx) OPERATOR / OWNER = UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY
    Remarks: ID BY SMITHSONIAN. UPWIND DEPARTING FROM RWY.
    2013-09-25
    Time: Day (08:30), Sky: Some Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: DIAMOND 42 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turboprop, Registration: N455AM, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: Yes, Runway: 18, Above Ground: 10 ft, Speed: 80 knots, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 11-100, Birds Struck: 2-10, Species: Tree swallow, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: Yes, Strikes/Damages: Struck Engine 1, Struck Propeller, Struck Wing or Rotor, Struck Fuselage, Struck Landing Gear, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: OPER = UTAL VALLEY UNIVERSITY SOURCE = THREE xxxx-x (xxxx-x-xx-xxxxxx, xxxxxx, Rx)
    Remarks: ID BY SMITHSONIAN. FLOCKS OF SMALL BIRDS AROUND RWYS AND INFIELD. PILOT WENT AROUND ON THE FIRST LANDING TO AVOID BIRDS, THEN ON THE SECOND APPROACH, AND FULL STOP, THE FLOCK CAME OUT OF NOWHERE AND THE A/C WENT THRU THE FLOCK DURING FINAL FLARE TO TOUCHDOWN. NO DMG. ENG = AUSTRO E4-B
    2013-08-05
    Time: Day (11:30), Sky: Some Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: DIAMOND 42 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turboprop, Registration: N334TS, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: Yes, Runway: 13, Above Ground: 50 ft, Speed: 85 knots, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 2-10, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Bank swallow, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Strikes/Damages: Struck Other, #1 Eng Cowl, Effect On Flight: Other, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: OPER = UTAH VALLEY UNIV. SOURCE = TWO xxxx-x (xxxx-x-x-xxxxxx, Rx)
    Remarks: ID BY SMITHSONIAN. LEFT UPPER ENGINE COWL IMPACT SITE. NO COLLATERAL DMG. PLANNED STOP- N- GO WAS CHANGED INTO A FULL STOP DLG. ENG - ASTRO E4
    2013-07-08
    Time: Night (23:00), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: DIAMOND 40 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 1, Power Type: Turboprop, Registration: N334TS, Flight: 42, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: Yes, Runway: 36, Above Ground: 1000 ft, Speed: 85 knots, Miles From Airport: 3 mi, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Bullock's oriole, Size: Small, Strikes/Damages: Struck windshield, Effect On Flight: Other, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: SOURCE = TWO xxxx-x (xxxx-x-xx-xxxxx, Rx) OPERATOR / OWNER = UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY (x/xx/xxxx UPDATED A/C)
    Remarks: ID BY SMITHSONIAN. BIRD STRUCK LT FRONT OF CANOPY. FINAL APRCH. FULL STOP LANDING.
    2012-10-29
    Time: Day (14:00), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: DIAMOND 40 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 1, Power Type: Turboprop, Registration: N106UV, Flight: 36, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 13, Above Ground: 5 ft, Speed: 70 knots, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 1, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Unknown bird - small, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: Yes, Strikes/Damages: Struck Fuselage, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: OPER = UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY xxxx-xx-xx-xxxxxx
    Remarks: DURING LDG FLARE A SML BIRD GLANCED OFF UNDERSIDE OF FUSELAGE. NO SNARGE AVAILABLE. NO DMG.
    2012-09-07
    Time: Day (07:06), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Republic Airlines, Aircraft: EMB-190 (Airplane), Mass: 27,001 - 272,000 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turbofan, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: No, Runway: 13, Phase of Flight: Approach, Birds Seen: 2-10, Birds Struck: 2-10, Species: Unknown bird - medium, Size: Medium, Strikes/Damages: Struck nose, Struck Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    2012-05-12
    Time: Day (16:10), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: DIAMOND 40 (Airplane), Mass: <= 2,250 kg, Engines: 1, Power Type: Turboprop, Registration: N907ER, Remains Collected: Yes, Remains Sent: No, Runway: 31, Speed: 75 knots, Phase of Flight: Take-off run, Birds Seen: 1, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Unknown bird - small, Size: Small, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Strikes/Damages: Struck Engine 2, Struck Propeller, Struck Wing or Rotor, Effect On Flight: None, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: RXN xxxx-x-xx-xxxxxx OPERATOR/ OWNER = EMBRY RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY / AVN AIR LLC
    Remarks: NO DMG. NO ATIS WARNING. BIRDS THAT WERE OBSERVED AROUND THE ARPT AFTER PARKING APPEARED TO BE LIGHTER THAN NORMAL FOR THE TIME OF YR. BIRD THAT WAS STRUCK WAS SITTING ON THE RWY WHEN A/C T/D. BIRD STARTLED BY APRCHING A/C AND STARTED TO FLY OFF TO OUR RT BUT THEN CUT STRAIGHT AHEAD. WHEN IT DID THIS, THE BIRD STRUCK #2 ENG PROP RESULTING IN BIRD REMAINS STRIKING THE ENG COWLING AND RT WING L/E.
    2007-10-29
    Time: Day (11:57), Sky: No Cloud, Precipation: None, Operator: Business, Aircraft: HAWKER 800 (Airplane), Mass: 5,701 - 27,000 kg, Engines: 2, Power Type: Turbofan, Registration: N626CG, Remains Collected: No, Runway: 13, Above Ground: 200 ft, Speed: 175 knots, Phase of Flight: Climb, Birds Struck: 1, Species: Unknown bird - medium, Size: Medium, Pilot warned of birds/wildlife: No, Strikes/Damages: Struck nose, Effect On Flight: Precautionary Landing, Report Type: FAA Form 5200-7-E
    Comments: OPER = KEYSTONE AVIATION xxxx-xx-xx-xxxxxx
    Remarks: RT SIDE PITOT MAST INGESTION.
    2015 Incidents: 4, 2014 Incidents: 3, 2013 Incidents: 4, 2012 Incidents: 3, 2007 Incidents: 2, 2001 Incidents: 1, 1997 Incidents: 2, 1993 Incidents: 1
    FAA Registered Aircraft Manufacturers and Dealers: 1 (See the full list of FAA Registered Manufacturers and Dealers in Provo)
    FAA Registered Aircraft: 93 (See the full list of FAA Registered Aircraft)

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