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(R)
RADAR capability
(V)
VHF emergency frequency 121.5 monitored.
(U)
UHF emergency frequency 243.0 monitored.
(E)
VHF and UHF emergency frequencies monitored.
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Aeronautical Phone Patch Svc Capability
ILS Instrument Approach Procedure not published in DoD FLIP Terminals.
RADAR with no minima published in DoD FLIP products.
Operating Times
Airports operate H24 unless otherwise specified in Remarks.
Airport Services (Fuel, Transient Service, etc.) and Communications (ATIS, PTD, UNICOM,
APP, DEP, TWR, A/G, etc.) operate the same hours as airport unless otherwise specified.
LOCATION IDENTIFIER
LOCATION IDENTIFIER - is shown by either a 4 character ICAO/4 character FAA/Host
Nation Identifier or 2 character ICAO region followed by two dashes/4 character FAA/Host
Nation Identifier. Zeros will appear with a slash to differentiate them from the letter "O". If two
different codes are assigned for a Military/Civil airport or facility, the military code will be shown
first followed by the civil code. If two different military codes are assigned, both codes will be
shown with the primary operating agency’s code listed first.
OPERATING AGENCY
OPERATING AGENCY - is classified into two basic categories, Military/Federal
Government, and Civil Airports open to the general public, plus some selected private airports.
The type is shown by an abbreviation as listed below. When an organization is a tenant, the
abbreviation is enclosed in parenthesis.
TIME CONVERSION
TIME CONVERSION - is shown by the number of hours to be added to/subtracted from
UTC to obtain local standard time. In those areas where daylight saving time is observed it is
indicated as UTC-4(-3DT) or UTC+4(+5DT). A ++ symbol following operating hours indicates that,
during periods of daylight saving time, effective hours will be one hour earlier than shown.
AIRPORT BEACON
AIRPORT BEACON - Omission of (B) indicates rotating beacon is not available.
FUEL
At commercial airports where Into-Plane contracts are in place, the
name of the refueling agent is shown. Military fuel should be used first if it is available. When
military fuel cannot be obtained but Into-Plane contract fuel is available, Government aircraft
must refuel with the contract fuel and applicable refueling agent to avoid any breach in contract
terms and conditions. Fuel not available through the above is shown preceded by NC (no
contract). When fuel is obtained from NC sources, local purchase procedures must be followed.