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APPROACH &

              DEPARTURE

Powered Traffic: 

         

RUNWAY 16/34:                                   
High Intensity Runway Lights (HIRL)
Visual Approach Slope Indicator (VASI)

    Runway 16 – Right-hand pattern.
    Runway 34 – Left-hand pattern.


RUNWAY 12/30:

    Runway 12 – Right-hand pattern.
    Runway 30 – Left-hand pattern.

 

RUNWAY 30G:

    Runway 30G – Landings only, right-hand pattern. NOTE: No takeoff or landings on Runway 12G

 

Preferred Calm Wind Runway: 

Runway 34

Glider Traffic:   

      

RUNWAY 16/34:                                   
High Intensity Runway Lights (HIRL)
Visual Approach Slope Indicator (VASI)

    Runway 16 – Left-hand pattern.
    Runway 34 – Right-hand pattern.


RUNWAY 12/30:

    Runway 12 – Left-hand pattern.
    Runway 30 – Right-hand pattern.

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Preferred Calm Wind Runway: 

Runway 30

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POWER TRAFFIC

TPA: 5,700' MSL

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GLIDER TRAFFIC

TPA: 5,700' MSL

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    AIRPORT PROCEDURES

    NOISE ABATEMENT

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    AIRPORT MAPS

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    ACCESS WAIVER

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    UAS & DRONES 

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    LIVE CTAF & TRAFFIC

 

NOISE ABATEMENT 

Summary of Recommended Procedures:

RUNWAY 34

Northbound - Left turn heading 320° before crossing Johnson Ln.

Southbound - Avoid residential areas

RUNWAY 16

Northbound - Avoid residential areas

Southbound - Straight out Climb to reduce noise over residential areas

RUNWAY 30

Northbound - Avoid residential areas

Southbound - Avoid residential areas

RUNWAY 12

Northbound - Avoid residential areas

Southbound - Avoid residential areas

​​Noise Reduction Tips

  1. Reduce propeller RPM as soon as safe and practical

  2. Climb out at Vx (may not be practical in all aircraft — refer to your POH)

  3. Avoid abrupt power changes

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AIRPORT

             MAP

This map is for reference only. Always use approved FAA charts when taxing. A copy of the FAA Airport Diagram is available for download through AirNav.com

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*Click on the image for a downloadable file

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ACCESS WAIVERS

Airport tenants that have an authentic need to drive in or tow gliders across the movement areas must complete the Airport Driver’s Exam, and be issued an Airport Access Waiver. This waiver is good for two years and will expire on the anniversary of the issue date. Anybody operating in or across the movement areas must have their Access Waiver, a radio, and beacon and/or flag on their person at all times. To get an Airport Access Waiver, please visit the Airport Operations Supervisor in the airport administration building.

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THE ACCESS AREAS INCLUDE:

Runway 16/34

Runway 12/30

Runway 30G

Taxiway A

Taxiway S

Taxiway B east of Taxiway A

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UAS &

      DRONES

The FAA has been working with the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) to establish a safe protocol for the operation of small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS), or more commonly called “drones”, in the National Airspace. 

There are two ways to fly your drone. You can fly for recreational purposes or as a commercial drone operator. In either case, safety is paramount and should be considered above all else. Below will provide some information regarding both recreation and commercial operations. If you have any questions or unsure about which set of rules your flight will fall under, please contact the Reno FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) at (775) 858-7700 and they will be more than happy to assist you.​

Minden-Tahoe Airport management understands that drone operators, just like in manned aviation, desire a safe operating environment.

 

We kindly ask that you do not fly your

drone within 2 miles of the airport.

 

This is because airplanes will be at low altitudes while preparing to take off or land at the airport and the potential for a collision will be at its greatest. 

 

CTAF & LIVE

TRAFFIC

The Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF) is the radio frequency used by pilots to communicate with each other. Because Minden-Tahoe does not have an air traffic control tower, it is important that pilots communicate their location, altitude, and intentions with one another when flying around the airport

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Hours of operation 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

Mon-Thu: 8AM to 5PM

Sat-Sun: Closed

AIRPORT

24/7

contact us

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

1146 Airport Road

Minden, NV 89423

 

Tel: 775-782-9871

Fax: 775-782-9872

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