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Airport Overview, Pilot Information, City of Longmont, Vance Brand Airport

" LMO " (our call sign and FAA designator)



Longmont Vance Brand Municipal Airport

Vance Brand Airport is located approximately 3 miles SW of Longmont, Colorado and rests at 5,055 feet of elevation (1,539 meters). The Latitude/Longitude is: 40-09-49.217N / 105-09-46.933W (N40º09.86´ W105º09.82´). UTC–7(–6DT)

The Airport strives to have a good neighbor policy based upon safe noise abatement procedures. Copies may be obtained from the Airport Manager. Pilot cooperation is appreciated.

Airport Manager Tim Barth welcomes you to Vance Brand, one of the most popular general aviation airports of its kind in Colorado.

AIRPORT OPERATIONS:


FACILITY USE: Open to the public
SECTIONAL CHART: Cheyenne
TAC CHART: Denver
CONTROL TOWER: No
ARTCC: Denver Center
FSS: Denver Flight Service Station [1-800-992-7433, 1-800-WX-BRIEF]
FSS: Fort Collins/Loveland Radio 122.4 when airborne
NOTAMs FACILITY: DEN (NOTAM-D service available)
ATTENDANCE: Daylight Hours
WIND INDICATOR: Lighted
SEGMENTED CIRCLE: Yes
LIGHTS: Dusk-Dawn / Activate MIRL Rwy 11/29 and VASI Rwy 11/29 - CTAF.
BEACON: white-green (lighted land airport)

AIRPORT COMMUNICATIONS:

CTAF: 122.975
UNICOM: 122.975
DENVER APPROACH: 126.1
DENVER DEPARTURE: 126.1
WX AWOS-3: 120.00, (303) 684-7545

Nearby radio navigation aids

Nav. Aid

Name

Radial

DME

Frequency

Comments

BJC

Jeffco VOR

345

15.1

115.4

unusable:

226º–245º byd 36 NM blo 17,000´

246º–278º byd 30 NM blo 19,000´

279º–300º byd 34 NM blo 18,000´

DME unusable:

246º–278º byd 30 nm

DVV

Mile High VORTAC

292

29.5

114.70

DEN

Denver VOR

301

31

117.90

GLL

Gill VORTAC

221

25.2

114.2

FQF

Falcon VORTAC

308

37.8

116.3

DC

Buffs NDB

251

27

348

_ ..  _ . _ .

FN

Colln NDB

220

15

400

.. _ .   _ .

 

RUNWAY INFORMATION:

Runway 11/29
Dimensions: 4800 x 75 ft. / 1463 x 23 m, 0.5% up NW
Non-standard relocated threshold, east 330 ft. unusable
Surface: concrete, in good condition
Weight limitations:

Single wheel: 30000 lbs.
Dual wheel: 45000 lbs.

Runway edge lights: medium intensity
Runway edge markings: Standard, Non-Precision Instrument
Relocated threshold marking: Rwy 29
Traffic Pattern:

Runway 11: left
Runway 29: left

Traffic Pattern Altitude: 1,000 AGL
Runway heading:

Runway 11: 114 magnetic
Runway 29: 294 magnetic

Markings: Standard, Non-Precision Instrument
Markings condition: Good
Latitude: 40-10-04.582N 40-09-38.988N
Longitude: 105-10-15.109W 105-09-23.055W
Elevation: 5055 ft.
Threshold crossing height:

Runway 11: 24 ft. AGL
Runway 29: 35 ft. AGL

Visual slope indicator:

Runway 11: VASI (V2L)—GA 3.0º on left
Runway 29: VASI (V2L)—GA 3.0º on left

Displaced threshold:

Runway 11: no
Runway 29: / Relocated threshold, east 330 ft. unusable

Touchdown point:

Runway 11: 1000 feet
Runway 29: 1000 feet


OBSTRUCTIONS:

Runway 11: Trees beginning 130’ from DER, 191’ right of centerline, up to 80’ AGL / 5110 MSL. Vehicles on roadway, 449’ from DER, 395’ left and right of centerline, 17’ AGL / 5046 MSL. Trees beginning 1383’ from DER, 434’ left of centerline, up to 80’ AGL / 5109’ MSL and -7 ft. ditch 420 ft. and 900 ft. from threshold on extended threshold
Runway 29: Trees beginning 4105’ from DER, 220’ left of centerline, up to 80’ AGL / 5189’ MSL, +15 ft. Highway 702 ft. from threshold; +25 TO 35 ft. buildings/tanks approximately 1300 ft. left of threshold.

Airport Inspected by: State of Colorado aeronautical personnel
Last inspection: 06 June 2013
Federal agreements: - National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS)
- Grant agreements under FAAP/ADAP/AIP
- Assurances pursuant to Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964Airport Operational Statistics
Aircraft based on the field: 352 Aircraft operations: average 174/day
Single engine airplanes: 274, 70% local general aviation
Multi engine airplanes: 42, 30% transient general aviation
Helicopters: 7, <1% military
Ultralights: 16

Remarks:

- Agricultural ground equipment on and in the vicinity of the airport.
- Ultralight and helicopter activity on and in the vicinity of the airport.
- Parachute jumping on and in the vicinity of the airport, primarily south of the runway.
Avoid mid-field over flights when operations are underway.

AIRPORT SERVICES:

FBO:

Fuel: Full & Self Service 100LL, Jet-A, Jet-A+, MOGAS
Services:

Tie-downs, Hangers
Airframe: Major
Power plant: Major
Oxygen: High Pressure
Aircraft Rental, Flight Instruction, Pilot Supplies
Amenities: Internet Workstations, Pilots Lounge, Restrooms, Refreshments
Restaurant (Apr thru Oct)

Other services: charter flights, skydiving, aircraft sales, aerial photography, scenic flights

Link to services/businesses on airport http://www.airnav.com/airport/KLMO

 

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