OUR MISSION

The Truckee Tahoe Airport is a community airport that provides high quality aviation facilities and services to meet local needs, and strives for low impact on our neighbors while enhancing the benefit to the community-at-large.

The Truckee/Tahoe region is a very NOISE SENSITIVE COMMUNITY and our airport strives to be a good neighbor.

PILOTS: Please abide by our noise abatement procedures, the voluntary curfew, and utilize aeronautical resources provided here:
 
➤ Arrival & Departure Noise Abatement Information  

RESIDENTS: Learn more about the airport's efforts to reduce noise and annoyance, our initiatives, and ways to help us improve: 
➤ Resident Noise & Annoyance Information and Options 

We ask that pilots please respect KTRK's Voluntary Curfew and do not fly between 10 pm and 7 am.


New Care Flight Heliport Now Open! 

Construction is complete on the new heliport project on the west side of the airfield. Meyers Earthwork Inc., was the contractor on the $382,500, eight week joint Truckee Tahoe Airport District and FAA AIP (Airport Improvement Project). The project entailed relocating and expanding the Care Flight helipad to the west side of the Care Flight office/housing building and expanding the heliport to park two helicopters with up to 43' rotor diameters simultaneously. A new portable 500 gallon high fuel flow Jet-A delivery system was also included with this project, allowing for quick-turn EMS flights. (Drone Photo by: Marc Lamb)

For more information on REMSA Care Flight visit: https://www.remsahealth.com/air/
For more info on KTRK's summer construction projects visit: https://truckeetahoeairport.com/aviation/construction


POPULAR AIRPORT WEB PAGES

ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE INFO and NAP's
➤ AIRFIELD CONSTRUCTION SUMMER 2020
 AIR SHOW & FAMILY FESTIVAL 2020
➤ DAILY OPERATIONS INFORMATION (DOI E-BLAST) - Contact stacey.justesen@truckeetahoeairport.com to receive the airfield's DOI email.


KTRK VIDEO LIBRARY

KTRK CAUTIONS: Mountainous Terrain / High Density Altitude / Glider Activity / High Field Elevation / Wind Gusts / Wildlife
Welcome
Safety
KTRK: RWY 02 - Arrival from the North (VFR)
KTRK: RWY 02 - Departure "Preferred Calm Wind Departure Runway" (VFR)
KTRK: RWY 11 - Arrival from the South Southeast (VFR) NEW!
KTRK: RWY 11 - 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)

AIRPORT COMMUNITY NEWS

Aug 12, 2020

Your Truckee Tahoe Airport is open for aviation services and fully supports the State of California, and our local governments in their COVID-19 policy directives. As an essential business, the Airport Terminal building is open to the public, but please practice social distancing and do not congregate in groups.  Masks are required to be worn when inside the terminal building. The Red Truck Café is open for carry out and outside dining only. As we continue to monitor the pandemic, we wanted to share with you the precautions and operational modifications we are making to assure our number-one priority, the health and safety of our staff, customers, and constituents. Click post heading for the latest updates.

Meetings of the Truckee Tahoe Airport District will be held on Wednesday, August 26, 2020 
The annual Budget Workshop will start at 1:30 pm at public Zoom meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86526192889.  
The Regular Monthly Board Meeting will start at 4:30 pm at public Zoom meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89689867834.  
For more information on the August board meetings visit: https://truckeetahoeairport.com/administration/board.

Time to wash the bugs and grime off that beautiful plane!  The new aircraft wash-rack is located near the south east corner of the 100LL self-serve fuel island, and includes a water runoff collection filtering system. The $365,625 project was jointly funded via an FAA Airport Improvement Program (AIP) grant, and Truckee Tahoe Airport funds. Click post heading for more info.

Jul 31, 2020

The next "Airport Community Advisory Team" (ACAT) meeting will be held via teleconference at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 4, 2020.  Pursuant to Executive Order N-29-20, this meeting will be held exclusively via Zoom at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86945851239  Text message public comment can be made to the following number and will be read aloud during Public Comment sections of each agenda topic: (530) 205-8603. Click post heading for more info. 

Jul 24, 2020

A meeting of the Truckee Tahoe Airport District will be held on Wednesday, July 29, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. Pursuant to Executive Order N-29-20, this meeting will held exclusively via live web streaming at: http://ttctv.org/live-meeting/truckee-tahoe-airport/.  Text message public comment can be made to the following number and will be read aloud during Public Comment sections of each agenda topic: (530) 205-8603 and/or email: David.VanQuest@truckeetahoeairport.com. Live Public Comment can be made at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87650777078Meeting ID: 876 5077 7078. 

Jul 17, 2020

The Truckee Tahoe Airport is recruiting for an Airport Community Advisory Team (ACAT) Pilot Member.  Airport staff is accepting letters of interest and resumes from interested pilots for this Board appointed volunteer position through 5:00 pm on Friday, September 18, 2020. Click post heading for more info.

Four local founding member agencies: Tahoe Forest Hospital District, Tahoe Truckee Unified School District, Truckee Donner Public Utility District, and the Truckee Tahoe Airport District have formed a Joint Powers Agency known today at the Truckee Tahoe Workforce Housing Agency (TTWHA), to ensure that nearly 2,000 essential workers that they represent; teachers, nurses, doctors, airport personnel, lineman, janitors, administrators and beyond can continue to be able to live where they work.  Click post heading for more info.

The Airport Community Advisory Team (ACAT) and KTRK Staff recently partnered to create an emergency landing map that depicts flat, fairly unobstructed areas to land, if a forced landing was required. The maps intention is to bring awareness of these areas proximal to the airport.  For further information and videos of the sites, please visit our emergency landing website at: Emergency Landing Options Near the Airport


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
kevin.smith@truckeetahoeairport.com

Photo by ScottShotsPhoto.com