AZTEC MUNICIPAL AIRPORT (N19)
FACTS AT A GLANCE
||N36o50.08' W108o 01.70'
|Traffic Pattern Altitude:
||6877 ft MSL;
Reflective Landing Light System; Passive approach slope indicator to Runaway 8
||Main Runaway 8-26: 4,010 x 50 ft;
Crosswind Runaway 4-22: 2,850 x 40 ft
||Intense flight training, R/C Models, Paraplanes, Military Operations
Aztec is one of several airports located within New Mexico that features a retroreflective landing light system. This system uses reflectors that are located along runways edge at standard intervals.
White Beacons are located for runway line up and end designators. Activate beacons by clicking 5 times in 5 seconds on 122.9 Using the aircraft landing lights will "light up" the runway reflectors at about 1-1/2 miles out.
Reflectors have the same intensity as MIRL.
(Note: This system is installed on runway 8-26 only).
THINGS TO REMEMBER
» Check Density Altitude
» YOU are responsible for making position calls on the CTAF (122.9)
» Make a conscious GO/NO GO Decision If In Doubt, Chicken Out