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Pilot Resources

With the pilots in mind, we are happy to announce the addition of our new crew cars: a Hyundai Sonata and a Toyota Sienna. For pilots' use only, we hope our crew car offers you the convenience, freedom, comfort, and reliability you come to expect during your stay with us. We also have a golf cart available for short range transportation around the airport, making the trip to your plane quick and easy.

We have been working hard to prepare for the upcoming season, mainly to ensure that the pilots staying with us are comfortable between their flights. With our remodel, we have moved and upgraded the pilot's lounge. We now have added a smart TV, equipped with both cable television and various streaming services such as Hulu, Netflix, and Youtube. The tables and shelves are stocked with a variety of reading material, from aviation magazines and handbooks to Cigar Aficionado. We  also have a flight planning station, free wireless internet, shower, and conference room. Complimentary coffee, tea, and water are available in our lobby. If you have any suggestions for other improvements, we would love to hear from you!

General Information

Airport Use: Open to the public
Attendance: 0600-2000
Pattern Altitude: 1073 ft. MSL
NOTAMs Facility: RAL (NOTAM-D service available)

ARTCC: LOS ANGELES CENTER
Sectional Chart: LOS ANGELES
FSS: RIVERSIDE FLIGHT SERVICE STATION

Runway Dimensions: 5002 x 70 ft. / 1525 x 21 m
Control Tower: No
Lights: LIRL RY 10/28 VASI RY 28 ON UNTIL 2200; AFTER 2200 ACTVT – CTAF.
Beacon: White-Green (lighted land airport) Operates sunset to sunrise.
Wind Indicator: Lighted
Segmented Circle: Yes

Landing Fee: Yes, fee based on aircraft type/size & fuel purchase
Activation Date: 10/1962

Communications

SOCAL APPROACH: 135.275
SOCAL DEPARTURE: 135.275
UNICOM: 122.800
CTAF: 122.800
ASOS at TRM (9.2 SE): 118.325 760-399-8054
ASOS at PSP (12.5 NW): 760-320-7645
ATIS at PSP (12.6 NW): 118.25
 
Flight Rules

Class E Restrictions: These procedures shall be in effect 24 hours per day.

Two way radio communication and position reporting are required. Pilots shall obtain airport advisory and monitor for traffic and parachute activity when active on 122.8. Unicom and terminal operation hours are 0600 to 2000 hours local.

Pilot controlled runway lighting is in service daily from 2200 to 0600 local time. The lights may be turned on for a fifteen minute interval by keying the microphone five clicks on 122.8.

Straight-in approaches are not authorized when there are additional inbound aircraft. FAA regulations and safety of operation shall take precedence over any procedure contained herein.

- NO AGRI FLIGHTS EXCP BY PPR ARPT MGR.

- FOR NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES CALL AMGR (760) 345-2558.

- ARPT CLSD TO TURBINE POWERED ACFT 2300-0600 LCL.

- PARL TWY CLSD ACFT WING SPAN GREATER THAN 68 FT.

 

Here are some useful links:

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association: www.aopa.org

Aircraft Shopper Online | www.aso.com

Air Nav | www.airnav.com

Aviation Weather Center | www.aviationweather.gov

California Pilots Association | www.calpilots.org

Controller | www.controller.com

CSC DUATS | www.duats.com

Federal Aviation Administration | www.faa.gov

Fltplan.com | www.fltplan.com

SkyVector | www.skyvector.com

Trade-A-Plane | www.trade-a-plane.com

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