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St Clair Regional Airport (K39) in St. Clair, Missouri
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St Clair Regional Airport (K39)

  • General
  • Type: Airport, Status: Operational, Acivation Date: 01/01/1965, Runways: 1, Land Area Covered By Airport: 80 acres, Ownership: Publicly owned, Facility Use: Open to public, Site Number: 12064.1*A, Location ID: K39, Region: Central, Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF): 122.900 MHz, Aeronautical sectional chart: St Louis, Tie-In FSS: No, Tie-In FSS ID: STL, Tie-In FSS Name: Saint Louis, Tie-In FSS Toll-Free Number: 1-800-WX-BRIEF, Elevation: 656 ft, Elevation determination method: Surveyed, Air traffic control tower: No, Boundary ARTCC (FAA) computer ID: ZCK, Boundary ARTCC ID: ZKC, Boundary ARTCC Name: Kansas City, Airspace Determination: No Objection, Federal Agreements: NGY, NOTAM Service: Yes, NOTAM Facility ID: STL, Last Inspection Date: 10/24/2013, Inspection Group: State aeronautical personnel, Inspection Method: State
  • Location
  • State: Missouri, County: Franklin, City: St. Clair, GPS (Degrees): Lat: 38° 22' 32.400'', Lng: -90° 58' 19.700'', GPS (Seconds): Lat: 38.375667, Lng: -90.972139, GPS determination method: Estimated, Position Source: FAA-EST (2007-07-21), Distance from central business district: 2 mi (N) Find on map
  • Owner
  • City Of St Clair, No 1 Paul Parks Drive, St Clair, Mo 63077, 636-629-0333
  • Manager
  • Rick Childers, , 636-629-0333
  • Operations
  • Period: 12/31/2012 - 12/31/2013, Air Taxi Operations: 1,500, Itinerant Operations: 840, Local Operations: 420, Military Operations: 20
  • Aircraft
  • Single Engine Aircraft: 6, Helicopters: 1, Ultralight Aircraft: 2
  • Additional
  • Magnetic Variation: 2E (Year 1985), Beacon Color: Clear-green (lighted land airport), Beacon Schedule: Ss-Sr, 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: TIE, Wind direction indicator: Y-L, Segmented circle airport marker system: No, Other services: AMB, INSTR
  • Remarks
  • RWY 20 +1-17 FT BRUSH, TREES, & WEEDS, 0-200 FT FM RY END, 60-125 FT L.

Runway 1

  • Base End
  • Base End ID: 02, True Alignment: 20, Right Traffic Pattern: No, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 38° 22' 17.566'', Lng: -90° 58' 26.714'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 38.371546, Lng: -90.974087, Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL): No, Controlling Object Description: TREES, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Utility runway with a visual approach, Object Clear Slope: 11, Object Height: 40 ft, Object Distance From Runway: 670.0 ft, Object Offset From Runway: 180L ft, Runway End Gradient: 1.1, Position Source: FAA-EST IMAGERY (07/21/2007)
  • Reciprocal End
  • Reciprocal End ID: 20, True Alignment: 200, Right Traffic Pattern: No, Runway Markings Type: Non-precision instrument, Markings Condition: Good, Physical GPS (Degrees): Lat: 38° 22' 47.201'', Lng: -90° 58' 12.704'', Physical GPS (Seconds): Lat: 38.379778, Lng: -90.970196, Controlling Object Description: TREE, FAA FAR Part 77 Category: Utility runway with a visual approach, Object Clear Slope: 1, Object Height: 18 ft, Object Distance From Runway: 226.0 ft, Object Offset From Runway: 65L ft, Runway End Gradient: 1.1, Position Source: FAA-EST IMAGERY (07/21/2007)
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Mar 12, 2014 @ 5:17 pm
Is it possible to take flying lessons here and if so, could you send me some information, thanks
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Nov 10, 2014 @ 8:20 pm
I have been in aviation more than 50 Years and from a small rural farm town in Indiana of 6,500 more less. I can tell you many time's an airport over the years came and gone. all ways a grass strip a farmer made. in the late 50's at least 16 aircraft with 10 B-13 tied down that flew every Sunday morning. A Civil Air Patrol was formed that was supported by several aircraft owners. Maybe you can save your airport by getting an activity started.

As the old saying goes. USE IT OR LOOSE IT. Start having active every week end, PLAN the future. Fore sure if you loose it now you will never get it back. Please do not fill your airport is there for the 9 airplane owners.

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