Band E Sardeh Dam

General information

Band E Sardeh Dam Airport
ICAO WGS-84 COORDINATES COORD TYPE  COORDINATE REF ED YR MO MDU ARPT SYM MAG VAR ELEV
OA-- N33° 19' 14.54"
E68° 38' 11.62"
RM NI 42-10 01 73 02 U D E 2° 6971
remarks Aerodrome Reference Point is the geographic center of the airfield
 

Location and Landmarks

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The airfield is located 18 miles southeast of Ghazni city, 77 mile southwest of Kabul, and 177 northeast of Kandahar.

 

Terrain and Drainage

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The airfield lies in a valley 2 miles northwest of lake Mota Khan. Mountains over 10000 feet are within 16 miles of the airfield. Drainage is probably fair.

Navigation Aids and Communications

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Air Traffic Control Services - NAV - ATC capabilities

  1. N/A
remarks See AIP for detailed information.

Meteo office

remarks http://adds.aviationweather.noaa.gov/metars/ for additional information

ATC Agencies and Frequencies

Service Designation Call Sign VHF UHF notes
ACC Kabul Center 118.300 242.600  
ACC Kabul Center 120.900 361.000  
APP        
TWR N      
GROUND        
Emergency (Guard) 121.500 243.000 Continuously monitored
ATIS       N
SAFETY FREQUENCY   131.275   For all uncontrolled airfields
remarks Primary frequencies used are VHF frequencies.

Airport Description

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Runways

NTN ID DIMENSIONS TRU/BRG SFC PCN LCN LCN ACFT ELEV OVERRUN LCN GRAD AL
R1 02 6902X190 22 GRV           N     N
20 202   N   N

Runway end wgs-84 coordinates

ID LOW WGS LATITUDE LOW WGS LONGITUDE HIGH WGS LATITUDE HIGH WGS LONGITUDE COORD TYPE
02 N 33° 18' 42.85" E 68° 37' 56.47"     RM
20     N 33° 19' 46.22" E 68° 38' 26.77" RM
remarks  

Taxiways

NTN WIDTH (mt) SFC PCN
N        
remarks  

Aprons

NTN DIMENSIONS (mt) SFC PCN
N        
remarks  

Runway and Taxiway markings and lights

RWY Approach:
typo/length/intensity
THR Visual app. slope:
typo/system
Touchdown zone RWY centerline RWY edge: length/space
space/colour
RWY end colour stopway
02 N N N Nl N N N N
20 N N N N N N N N

Local Traffic Regulations and Flight Procedures

  1. All aircraft captains are to receive Prior Permission Request (PPR) approval prior to any flight to or from the airport.
remarks Please refer to the AIP for detailed information.

Other information

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Rescue and fire fighting services N/D
Snow removal equipment availability N/A
Cargo and passenger handling equipment N/A
Fuel and oil types JP-8
Custom and immigration N/A
Taxes N/A
Medical facilities N/A
Restaurant N/A
Hotels N/A
Bank/Post office N/A
Transportation N/A

Airport improvements

   

Explanation of data codes: A-Available N-None U-Unknown N/A- Not Available N/D-Not Determined CON-Concrete ASP-Asphalt GRV-Gravel PCN-Paveway Classification Number LCN-Load Classification Number

Unless otherwise noted, dimensions and elevations are in feet, miles are nautical miles, and capacities are U.S. Gallons