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Fremont County Airport

Mission Statement

The mission of the Fremont County Airport is to provide safe, efficient aeronautical services and facilities for commercial, corporate, private and military aviation.

The priorities for the Fremont County Airport include the following:

  1. Aviation Safety
  2. Ground Safety
  3. Traveling Public Conveniences and Necessities
  4. Flight Crew Conveniences and Necessities
  5. General Public Conveniences and Necessities
  6. Airport Tenant Conveniences and Necessities
  7. Airport Appearance

Master Plan

Airport Information

  • Location of Airport: 6 miles East of Cañon City
  • Coordinates: N38-25.70; W105-06.33.b
  • Mag Var: 11E
  • Naviads: Pub 116.7 271 32.9
  • Weather Station: A.W.O.S., Frequency: 120.02, Phone #: (719) 784-2014
  • Telephone: (719) 784 - 3816
  • Hours: 8 am - 5 pm daily
  • Elevation: 5439
  • Pattern Altitudes: 6236 MSL light aircraft; 6500 MSL heavy aircraft: 6500 MSL turbine aircraft; 6500 MSL gliders
  • Runways: 11-29 5,399x 75, asphalt; road apch ry 11, lights PCL/ 17-35 1,800 x 35, turf, gravel; road ry 17; fence ea end.
  • Lights: SS to SR, 122.8 (5 clicks in 5 sec, med intensity); beacon dusk to dawn & IFR cond.
  • Obstructions: rising trrn & mtn's exceed 14,100 MSL fm NE thru W thru SE; use extreme caution at night; mil train route 10 mi E.
  • Approaches: GPS RNAV
  • FSS: Denver: 122.2
  • Com freq: APP Denver Center/128.375, Pueblo/120.1; UNICOM/CTAF 122.8
  • Charts: Denver; L6
  • Navigation:
    • VOR: 116.7
    • GPS: Yes
    • ILS: No
  • Notes: Caution: low level, high perf mil ops; ry 17-35 used as crosswin ry, N 2400' gvl, intensive flight training, gyrocopters, hang gliding, helicopter ops, parachuting, soaring, ultralights.

Airport Services

  • Fuel Available: 100LL JET-A
  • Parking: Hangars and Tiedowns
  • Airframe Service: MAJOR
  • Powerplant Service: MAJOR

Parking is available in any open spot in front of the airport office.

Pilot Supplies

  • Aeroshell 80 Oil
  • Aeroshell 100 Oil
  • Aeroshell 15-50 Oil
  • Phillips 66 X/C 20W-50
  • BP Turbo oil 2380
  • Aeroshell Fluid 41
  • Philips X/C Hydraulic Fluid
  • Windshield Cleaner
  • Maps, Aeronautical Charts, and Sectionals

Services

  • Power Cart: $30.00
  • Monthly Tie-down Small Aircraft: $50.00
  • Monthly Tie-down Large Aircraft: $100.00
  • Yearly Tie-down Small Aircraft: $500.00
  • Yearly Tie-down Large Aircraft: $1000.00
  • Land Leases: $.20 per square foot per year
  • Tow: $30.00

Airport Inspection

  • Inspected By: Federal Aviation Administration
  • Last Inspection: 30 September 2015
  • Federal Agreements:
    • National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS)
    • Grant agreements under FAAP/ADAP/AIP
    • Assurances pursuant to Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964

Airport Operation Statistics

Aircraft Base on the Field:
73
Aircraft Operations: Average 38/day
Single engine Airplanes:
67
56% Transient General Aviation
Multi-engine Airplanes:
5
33% Local General Aviation
Jet:
1
 
Helicopters:
1
9% Military
Gliders:
8
1% Air Taxi
Ultralights:
2