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CSC3 Hard runway Manager: SDED Drummondville Airport
819 472-1011 / Fax: 819 472-4291
Registered airport
REFERENCE: N45 50 37 W72 23 51 4ESE 15W Elevation: 368 ASL
Runway: 06/24 6003’ X 100’ asphalt (limited winter maintenance)
Lighting: 06-AS (TE HI) P1 24-AS (TE-HI) P1 ARCAL-122.8 TYPE K
CommUNICATION: MF 5NM 3400'ASL
Navigation: NDB Y8 401 (L) N45 50 50 W72 23 56

Reference: according to the CFS (Canada Flight Supplement, sent to pilot )

Explanation of terms

Aeronautic coordinates
Aerodrome CSC3 hard runway

REFERENCE: N45 50 37 W72 23 51/4 nautical miles East-South-East of the city. Magnetic Declination 15 West (2013) / Elevation 368 ASL (above sea level) / Time zone: 5 (4).

PUBLIC FACILITIES: Available at the aerodrome: telephone.
Available within a radius of 5 MN (nautical mile) from the aerodrome: catering, taxi, medical service, accommodation, vehicle rental, wi-fi; Internet.

CUSTOMS: Available for general aviation. Note: maximum capacity of 15 passengers and crew including their luggage. Phone : 888 226-7277 / Hours of operation from 1330-2130z Monday to Friday. Closed on public holidays.

FLIGHT PREPARATION: FIC (Flight Information Center) Quebec 866-GOMETEO or 866-WXBRIEF (toll free in Canada) or 866 541-4105 (toll free CDN and USA).
ACC (Area control center) Mtl 800 633-1353.
AUTO weather forecast 819 850-0624 (see COMM).

SERVICES:
Royalties.
Fuel: AVGAS 100LL, JA (JET A type kerosene) / Oil: 80,100,15W50.
Ground services: storage, minor routine maintenance, long-term parking, stowage capacity, hook-up.

RUNWAY: Orientation 060 (056 magnetic) / 240 (236 magnetic) 6003 'x 100' in asphalt.
RESA (Runway End Safety Area) 06/24/197 feet.
Limited slope maintenance in winter.

TAXIWAY (TWY): Aircraft in transit must use taxiway A.
Taxiway B is reserved for local traffic.
Taxiway C is reserved for private traffic.
CAUTION: Vehicle near taxiway C.
Maintenance of limited traffic lanes in winter.

LIGHTING: 06-AS (TE HI) P1 24-AS (TE HI) P1 ARCAL-122.8 TYPE K
Runway 06: Runway identification lights, runway threshold lights, high intensity runway edge lights.
Runway 24: Runway identification lights, runway threshold lights, high intensity runway edge lights.
PAPI 1: Precision approach path indicator for aircraft up to 10 feet from eye to wheel height.
ARCAL type K: Remote controlled aerodrome lighting on the 122.8 MHz radio frequency.

RADIO COMMUNICATION: MF (compulsory frequency). Within a radius of 5 MN up to 3400 ASL / Reference: RAC 602.98.
Hours of operation of the UNICOM service (Private radio consultation service): 08:00L - 18:00L in winter / 08:00L - 20:00L in summer).
Traffic and circulation on radio frequency 122.8.
AWOS: Automatic weather observation in operation 24 hours a day within a radius of 25 MN on the AUTO frequency 122.55.

NAVIGATION: NDB Y8 - Non-directional lighthouse; Identification Y8. Frequency 401 kHz (L); located at N45 50 50 W72 23 56. Private.

PROCEDURES: Glider activity around the airfield from the surface up to 3000 ASL. Daytime Saturday-Sunday and public holidays from mid-May to mid-June and from mid-August to the end of October.
Noise reduction consideration:
a) Preferential runway:
Take off and landing on runway 24 when the airport and the wind conditions allow it (speed less than 5 kts).
b) Start: Climb the track heading up to 1000 AGL before proceeding en route or in the circuit. Best rate of climb when possible.

PLEASE NOTE: Possibility of deer on the track at night.

   

Water base (CSA7) Manager: SDED Drummondville Airport
819 472-1011 / Fax: 819 472-4291
Registered airport (Prior authorization required)
REFERENCE: N45 51 16 W72 23 22 4E Elevation: 320 ASL
Lighting: 06-AS (TE HI) P1 24-AS (TE-HI) P1 ARCAL-122.8 TYPE K
CommUNICATION: MF 5NM 3400' ASL
Navigation: NDB Y8 401 (L) N45 50 50 W72 23 56
Other: Free water, middle of May to November, depth 4’,
sandy bottom, launching ramp
Procedure: Nearby approach, low flying aircraft over the river
Caution: High-tension lines 533’ ASL 3NM SE

Explanation of terms

Aeronautic coordinates
Waterbase CSA7

REFERENCE: N45 51 16 W72 23 22/4 nautical miles East of town. Magnetic Declination 15 West / Elevation 320 ASL (above sea level) / Time zone: 5 (4).

PUBLIC FACILITIES: Available at hydrobase: telephone.
Available within a radius of 5 MN (nautical mile) from the aerodrome: catering, taxi, medical service, accommodation, vehicle rental, wi-fi; Internet.

CUSTOMS: Available for general aviation. Note: maximum capacity of 15 passengers and crews including their luggage. Phone : 888 226-7277 / Hours of operation 1330-2130z Monday to Friday. Closed on public holidays.

FLIGHT PREPARATION: FIC (Flight Information Center) Quebec 866-GOMETEO or 866-WXBRIEF (toll free in Canada) or 866 541-4105 (toll free CDN and USA).
ACC (Area control center) Mtl 800 633-1353.
AUTO weather forecast 819 850-0624 (see COMM).

SERVICES :
Royalties.
Fuel: AVGAS 100LL, JA (JET A type kerosene): prior notice required / Oil: 80,100,15W50.
Ground service: minor routine maintenance, stowage capacity.

HYDROBASE INFORMATION: Open water from mid-May to November; 4 feet depth; Sandy bottom; Launching ramp

RADIO COMMUNICATION: MF (compulsory frequency). Within a radius of 5 MN up to 3400 ASL / Reference: RAC 602.98.
Hours of operation of the UNICOM service (Private radio consultation service): 08:00L - 18:00L in winter / 08:00L - 20:00L in summer).
Traffic and circulation on radio frequency 122.8.
AWOS: Automatic weather observation in operation 24 hours a day within a radius of 25 MN on the AUTO frequency 122.55.

NAVIGATION: NDB Y8 - Non-directional lighthouse; Identification Y8. Frequency 401 kHz (L); located at N45 50 50 W72 23 56. Private.

PROCEDURE: Adjacent approach, aircraft at low altitude over the river.

CAUTION: High voltage line 533 feet ASL 3 MN to the South East.

General notes

In aviation, for pilots and controllers, abbreviations are not translated into French.

Examples:
W, and not O to say west
WAS, for Supplement hydroaerodrome
VFR, for visual control
IFR, for instrument control

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