KTRK Welcomes You!
FREQUENCIES / TOWER OPS:
TOWER/CTAF: 120.575 Mhz / AWOS: 118.0 Mhz / UNICOM-FBO: 122.95 Mhz / GROUND: 118.3 when Tower is in operation / Oakland Center: 127.95 Mhz.
➤ FAA designated CLASS D airspace started March 29, 2018 at KTRK during tower operational hours. Surface - 2,500' AGL, 4.2 NM radius.
Tower winter operational hours: Starting 10/01/2018, 07:00 - 18:00 local.
Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcasting
KTRK VIDEO LIBRARY
KTRK CAUTIONS: Mountainous Terrain / High Density Altitude / Glider Activity / High Field Elevation / Wind Gusts / Wildlife
➤ KTRK: RWY 02 - Arrival from the North (VFR)
➤ KTRK: RWY 02 - Departure "Preferred Calm Wind Departure Runway" (VFR)
➤ KTRK: RWY 1 1 - Arrival from the South Southeast (VFR) NEW!
➤ KTRK: RWY 1 1 - Departure to the Northwest (VFR)
➤ KTRK: RWY 20 - Arrival Gateway (VFR)
➤ KTRK: RWY 20 - Departure Left 270° to the West (VFR)
➤ KTRK: RWY 29 - Arrival Gateway (VFR)
➤ KTRK: RWY 29 - Departure Bypass (VFR)
Over 650 kids of all ages stopped by KTRK on on Saturday, December 8 to watch Santa, Mrs Claus and their Elves fly in on Reindeer-1, piloted by Rob Lober of AirTahoe.com. Thanks to all the volunteers and staff that made this fun annual event possible!
The Airport District is studying the possibility of implementing ADS-B at KTRK. Check out our new 2 minute video explaining ADS-B. ➤ Video - What would ADS-B mean for Truckee Tahoe Airport?
Now that snowy, icy and wet winter weather has arrived in the Sierra, how do Ops & Maintenance staff assess, and share, RUNWAY CONDITION information with airport users? Click heading to find out more and see the FAA's RCAM chart.
Pilots, hangar tenants, on-field business operators and the general public are all invited! Come learn about snow removal operations and priorities at KTRK and give yourfeedback. Chris Smallcomb from the Reno NWS will be speaking also at the Nov 8th meeting. Click heading for more info and link to the Vimeo video clip of the meeting.
Operations & Maintenance staff have identified safety and operational needs that require tenants to be present for the entire operating cycle of a hangar door. Hangar rows Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, Echo and Kilo are being converted with new momentary switch control upgrades. Click heading for more info.
Truckee Tahoe Airport District announces its proposed Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation goal of 8.19% for FAA funded contracts/agreements for fiscal years 2019 through 2021. Click heading for more info.
Airfield pavement joint and crack seal repairs and maintenance will start on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. Click on heading for exact locations.
Your Truckee Tahoe Airport District won the Truckee Chamber of Commerce's "Large Business of the Year" award at Friday night's Ritz Carlton annual award dinner. To see the new BIG LIFE video click the heading.
The Truckee Tahoe Airport District just completed an Economic Impact Study, and even when measured conservatively, the airport has a significant positive economical impact on the local region. Click heading to read the full report.
Welcome from the General Manager
Since 1958, the Truckee Tahoe Airport District has been providing a high quality, safe facility for pilots, visitors and the community. Nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountain range at an elevation of 5,900 feet, twelve miles from Lake Tahoe, we promise one of the most scenic flight and visiting experiences in the world. We are proud of our pilot safety and community programs, state-of-art energy saving facilities and top notch staff and leadership. We are committed to offering the best small, mountain airport in the Country.
Kevin Smith, General Manager
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