The Truckee Tahoe Airport District 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 operational hours: Winter 7am-6pm, Spring starting May 14 - 7am-7pm, Summer starting June 15 - 7am-8pm.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT KTRK
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)
Glider operations start up for the summer season on Friday, May 25, 2018. Lessons, rides and flight certification are all available at TTSA! Click heading for a picture gallery.
Skydiving operations to resume for the summer season at KTRK on Friday, May 18, 2018. Book that "Bucket List" tandem jump!
Ground breaking for 10 new executive box hangars (N & P rows) on the west side of the KTRK airfield started April 2018. Tenant occupancy is expected to be available late fall 2018.
Click the heading to see a list of Truckee Tahoe Airport District goals for 2018.
Come join us on Saturday, May 5, 2018 from 4 - 6pm for an "Art Talk" featuring 3 local artist currently on display in the Airport Terminal building. Click heading for more info.
KTRK is requesting two seperate bids for summer Capital Improvement Projects on the airfield. Click the heading for full details.
The Truckee Tahoe Airport District is interested in securing the services of qualified professional consultant(s) or parties to develop a connected and integrated trail system for the Truckee Tahoe Airport.
Great turn out at Saturday's Rusty Pilot Seminar co-sponsored by Sierra Aero and Truckee Tahoe Airport District. Thanks to AOPA's CFI Ted Spitzmiller out of Albuquerque, NM who lead the 3.5 hour refresher ground school.
The Airport Board of Directors appointed David Diamond as the new Airport Community Advisory Team (ACAT) member replacing outgoing member Dan Lutkenhouse.
Attn: ALL PILOTS! Local CFI's (paid for by KTRK), will enhance your knowledge of Truckee's local airspace and the surrounding area to ensure proficiency with prescribed procedures! ($150 Value)
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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