Northwest Regional Airport (Texas)
|Northwest Regional Airport|
|IATA: 52F – ICAO: none|
|Airport type||Public Use (Private Ownership)|
|Operator||Texas Air Classics|
|Elevation AMSL||643 ft / 196 m|
|17/35||3,500x40||1,067x12||Asphalt, in fair condition|
The airport is used solely for general aviation purposes. There is a landing fee for non-based aircraft and non-based flight school aircraft must obtain written prior permission.
Between 22 September and 5 November 2012, 4 separate accidents were linked to the airport, with 3 actually taking place on site. There were a total of 6 fatalities.
Facilities and aircraft
Northwest Regional contains one asphalt runway: 17/35 measuring 3,500 x 40 ft (1,067 x 12 m) with an estimated 0.1% gradient.
For the 12-month period ending March 5, 2009, the airport had 165,710 aircraft operations, an average of 454 per day: 66% local general aviation, 33% transient general aviation, and <1% air taxi. At that time there were 616 aircraft based at this airport: 89% single-engine, 10% multi-engine, and 1% helicopter.
- Resources for this airport:
- "Northwest Regional Airport" (PDF), Master Airport Record, Federal Aviation Administration, retrieved 2010-12-07