Clarence Aerodrome Airport (D51) Information

Buffalo, NY

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  • Clarence Aerodrome Airport (D51) - 18 Cylinder Picnic Table - by Jim Uber by Jim Uber
  • Clarence Aerodrome Airport (D51) - In preparation for our Ski-Plane Fly-In, the local snowmobile club brought their trail(runway) grooming equipment. RWY 10/28 was perfect for the
event! - by Jim Uber by Jim Uber
  • Clarence Aerodrome Airport (D51) - RWY 10 at Clarence Aerodrome, during the annual CFC picnic - by Jim Uber by Jim Uber
  • Clarence Aerodrome Airport (D51) - Nice folks, a grass strip, and a picnic- It doesn't get any better! - by Jim Uber by Jim Uber
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Location & QuickFacts

FAA Information Effective:2013-12-12
Airport Identifier:D51
Airport Status:Operational
-78.683086/43.066724 (Estimated)
Elevation:589 ft / 179.53 m (Estimated)
Land:35 acres
From nearest city:5 nautical miles NE of Buffalo, NY
Location:Erie County, NY
Magnetic Variation:10W (1985)

Owner & Manager

Ownership:Privately owned
Owner:Clarence Flying Club, Inc.
Address:P O Box 461
East Amherst, NY 14051
Manager:Bob Barrie
Address:20 Roxley Place
Tonawanda, NY 14150
Phone number:716-836-9736

Airport Operations and Facilities

Airport Use:Open to public
Wind indicator:Yes
Segmented Circle:No
Control Tower:No
Lighting Schedule:SEE RMK
ACTVT LIRL RY 10/28 - 122.7.
Landing fee charge:No
Sectional chart:Detroit
Region:AEA - Eastern
Boundary ARTCC:ZOB - Cleveland
Tie-in FSS:BUF - Buffalo
FSS on Airport:No
FSS Toll Free:1-800-WX-BRIEF
NOTAMs Facility:BUF (NOTAM-d service avaliable)

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Runway Information

Runway 10/28

Dimension:2500 x 67 ft / 762.0 x 20.4 m
Surface:TURF, Good Condition
Edge Lights:Low
  Runway 10 Runway 28
Traffic Pattern:LeftLeft
Obstruction:33 ft pole, 19.0 ft from runway, 116 ft right of centerline48 ft trees, 52.0 ft from runway, 98 ft left of centerline, 1:1 slope to clear



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