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TRM - Desert Resorts Regional Airport
Thermal, CA 92274

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This is information from public domain,
current as of 12/26/2001

Location

Lat/Long: 33-37-40.438N / 116-09-36.430W (33.6278994 / -116.1601194) (estimated) Elevation: -113 ft. / -34.4 m (surveyed) Variation: 13E (1990) From city: 20 miles SE of PALM SPRINGS, CA

Airport Operations

      Facility use: Open to the public 

   Sectional chart: LOS ANGELES 

     Control tower: no 

             ARTCC: LOS ANGELES CENTER 

               FSS: RIVERSIDE FLIGHT SERVICE STATION [1-800-WX-BRIEF] 

   NOTAMs facility: TRM (NOTAM-D service available) 

        Attendance: 0700-1800 

  Pattern altitude: 1000 ft. AGL / 887 ft. MSL 

    Wind indicator: lighted 

  Segmented circle: yes 

            Lights: DUSK-DAWN

                    ACTVT MIRL RY 12/30 & RY 17/35; REIL RYS 17 & 35 AND

                    VASI RYS 17 & 35 - CTAF. 

            Beacon: white-green (lighted land airport) 

       Landing fee: no 

Airport Communications

CTAF: 123.0 UNICOM: 123.0 WX ASOS: 118.325 (760-399-8054) PALM SPRINGS APPROACH: 118.85 [0600-2300] PALM SPRINGS DEPARTURE: 118.85 [0600-2300] APCH/DEP SVC PRVDD BY LOS ANGELES ARTCC ON FREQS 128.15/285.6 (TWENTYNINE PALMS RCAG) WHEN PALM SPRINGS APCH CTL CLSD. COMMUNICATIONS PROVIDED BY THERMAL RADIO ON FREQS 123.6 & 255.4. NEITHER APCH CTL NOR ARTCC HAVE COMMUNICATIONS ON THE GROUND AT THERMAL.

Nearby radio navigation aids

VOR radial/distance VOR name Freq Var ------------------- ----------------------- ------ --- TRM at field THERMAL VORTAC 116.20 13E PSP r124/19.8 PALM SPRINGS VORTAC 115.50 13E TNP r199/35.0 TWENTYNINE PALMS VORTAC 114.20 15E JLI r021/36.2 JULIAN VORTAC 114.00 15E

Airport Services

Fuel available: 100LL JET-A FOR FUEL AFTER HRS CALL (760) 776-2188. Parking: hangars and tiedowns Airframe service: MAJOR Powerplant service: MAJOR Bottled oxygen: HIGH/LOW Bulk oxygen: LOW Other services: air ambulance, air cargo, flight instruction, aircraft rental

Runway Information

Runway 12/30

Dimensions: 4995 x 100 ft. / 1522 x 30 m Surface: asphalt, in fair condition Weight limitations: Single wheel: 20000 lbs Runway edge lights: medium intensity RUNWAY 12 RUNWAY 30 Traffic pattern: left left Runway heading: 122 magnetic, 135 true 302 magnetic, 315 true Markings: basic nonprecision instrument Markings condition: fair fair Latitude: 33-37-48.612N 33-37-13.657N Longitude: 116-10-15.499W 116-09-33.739W Elevation: -115.0 ft. -130.2 ft. Runway end identifier lights: no no Centerline lights: no no Displaced threshold: no no TOUCHDOWN POINT: yes yes TD elevation: -114.0 ft. -120.0 ft. TD lights: no no OBSTRUCTIONS: NONE TREES Height: 20 ft. Slope to clear: 18:1 Distance from threshold: 560 ft. Distance from centerline: 150 ft. Additional obstruction remarks: RY 30 +3 FT CONCRETE DRAIN PIPE, 3 FT DIAMETER, 133 FT LEFT AT 54 FT FM THLD.

Runway 17/35

Dimensions: 6800 x 150 ft. / 2073 x 46 m 200 FT BLAST PADS BOTH ENDS. Surface: asphalt, in good condition Weight limitations: Single wheel: 30000 lbs Runway edge lights: medium intensity RUNWAY 17 RUNWAY 35 Traffic pattern: left left Runway heading: 167 magnetic, 180 true 347 magnetic, 000 true Markings: basic nonprecision instrument Markings condition: good good Latitude: 33-38-20.909N 33-37-13.635N Longitude: 116-09-23.056W 116-09-23.082W Elevation: -114.4 ft. -131.2 ft. Threshold crossing height: 50 ft. AGL 50 ft. AGL Visual glide path angle: 3.00 degrees 3.00 degrees Visual slope indicator: 2-box VASI on left 4-box VASI on left Runway end identifier lights: yes yes Centerline lights: no no Displaced threshold: no no TOUCHDOWN POINT: yes yes TD elevation: -113.0 ft. -123.0 ft. TD lights: no no Obstructions: ROAD

Airport Inspection

Inspected by: State of California aeronautical personnel Last inspection: 24 February 2000 Federal agreements: - National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) - Grant agreements under FAAP/ADAP/AIP - Surplus property agreement under Public Law 289 - Assurances pursuant to Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964

Airport Operational Statistics

   Aircraft based on the field: 130      Aircraft operations: average 209/day

       Single engine airplanes: 100            62% transient general aviation

        Multi engine airplanes:  15            36% local general aviation    

                 Jet airplanes:   5             1% military                  

                   Helicopters:   2            1% air taxi                  

                       Gliders:   3

                   Ultralights:   5

Remarks

SOFT GND OFF RWY PAVEMENT.
(E110-2) TWY BETWEEN RWY 30 AND RWY 35 POOR.



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