FOR THE PILOT

Dallas Executive Airport offers competitive prices for your service needs inclusive of no landing fees and the lowest fuel prices in the area.

 

Other services provided include: fuel sales, aircraft maintenance, aircraft storage, flight instruction, passenger/pilot facilities, charter, restrooms, restaurant, parking, vending machines.

 

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  • Operational 0700L - 2100L daily
  • Frequencies
    • APCH-125.2
    • ATIS-126.35
    • Tower-127.25
    • Ground-119.475

All-weather runways capable of handling most business aircraft
Runway 13 - 31

  • 6,451 feet by 150 feet
  • 31 - Cat I ILS - GS, LOC, LDIN, MIRL, VASI
  • 13 - VASI

 

Runway 17 - 35

  • 3,800 feet by 150 feet
  • 17 - PAPI, MIRL, VASI
  • 35 - REIL

  • 24 hours/7 days a week on-site
  • Aircraft Rescue
  • Fire-fighting and emergency medical services

TWO FULL-SERVICE FIXED BASE OPERATORS (FBO)

Amenities

  • Ambassador Jet Center and Jet Center Dallas
  • Amenities include crew and passenger lounges and meeting rooms with seamless ground transportation, including on-site car rentals and limousine service
  • Fixed Wing and Rotorcraft maintenance
  • Avionics
  • Jet-A, 100LL
  • Tie Down, Hangar Storage
  • T-Hangars Available

 

For more information on each FBO, please
visit their websites:
Ambassador Jet Center
Jet Center Dallas

 

TURBO JET AIRCRAFT

 

Turbo Jet

 

Take-off & Departure Procedures

  • Profile - Utilize standard noise abatement procedure and refer to your aircraft manufacturer's performance manual; if unavailable use the profiles recommended in FAA Advisory Circular 91-53.
  • Track - Maintain Runway Heading to 3,000' MSL between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. consistent with ATC instructions and Class B Airspace requirements.
  • Rolling take-offs are preferred when air traffic and aircraft per­formance do not require static take-offs.

Approach & Landing Procedures

  • Profile - Maintain 3,000' MSL or above as long as possible, consistent with a safe approach landing and Class B Airspace requirements.
  • Maintain gear up and approach flap setting above 2,500' MSL.
  • Start landing gear extension and final flap setting desired in order to be in final landing configuration not more than 4.0 miles from runway threshold or less than 1.500' MSL.
  • Use minimum reverse thrust consistent with safe operation.
  • Track - Use straight in approach when feasible.

PROPELLER AIRCRAFT

 

Dallas Executive Airport propeller aircraft

Take-off & Departure Procedures

  • Profile - Propeller aircraft should be flown to maintain the manufac­turer's best rate-of-climb airs­peed until leaving the airport traffic area.
  • Avoid low altitude turns. Fly safely and quietly.
  • Track - When the control tower is closed, departure on Runway 13 is preferred, when wind, weather and traffic permit.
  • Rolling take-offs are preferred when air traffic and aircraft per­formance do not require static take-offs.

Approach & Landing Procedures

  • Profile - Plan the approach to be as steep as practicable to min­imize the noise impact on residen­tial areas.
  • When feasible, maintain 1,700' MSL until intercepting final approach.
  • Track - When the control tower is closed, landing on Runway 13, using right traffic is preferred when wind, weather and traffic permit.

 

HELICOPTER OPERATIONS

Dallas Executive Airport helicopter

 

Take Off & Departure Procedures

  • Helicopters should cross the airport boundary during approach and departure at 1, 200' MSL.