Runway 5/23


Runway 5/23 is the primary runway and it meets the design criteria for an Airport Reference Code (ARC) of B-II. Examples of B-II aircraft include the Beech King Air C-90, the Cessna Citation III, and the Grumman Gulfstream I.

Runway 5/23 is a 5,006 foot long by 100 foot wide, asphalt runway. The pavement has a single wheel (SW) gross weight capacity rating of 30,000 pounds.

Runway 5/23 is the preferred runway for calm and light winds.

Runway 11/29

Runway 11/29 is the secondary runway and it meets the design criteria for an ARC of B-I. Examples of B-I aircraft include the Beech King Air F90, the Cessna Citation I, and the Piper 400LS Cheyenne.

Runway 11/29 is a 4,001 foot long by 100 foot wide, asphalt runway. The pavement has a single wheel (SW) gross weight capacity designation of 12,500 pounds.

Runway Lighting

Runway 5/23 is equipped with Medium Intensity Runway Lights (MIRL). This system can be activated by pilots through the Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF), frequency 123.050 MHz. Runway 11/29 is not equipped with runway lighting.

Both ends of Runway 5/23 have a 2-light Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) system located on the right side of the Runway when viewed from an approaching aircraft. Runway 11/29 does not have a PAPI system.

Taxiway Lighting

Taxiway B and Taxiway F have Medium Intensity Taxiway Lights (MITL). The remainder of the taxiways does not have lighting.

GPS Approaches

The Airport features non-precision GPS approaches on Runways 5 and 11.

Airport Communications

 CTAF/UNICOM
 123.05
 WX ASOS
 133.675 (863-956-2097)
 Tampa Approach
 120.65 119.9
 Tampa Departure
 120.65 119.9
 WX AWOS-3 at BOW 123.775 (863-533-9004)
 WX AWOS-3 at X07 124.225 (863-678-1334)
 WX AWOS-3PT at LAL 118.025 (863-834-2030)