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Napa County Airport


Weather Data

Strongly influenced by the built-in air conditioning of the San Francisco Bay, Napa County enjoys a smog-free, temperate climate. Temperatures range from an average high of 82 in July to an average low of 37 in January. Even on those rare days when the temperature reaches the high 90s or low 100s, the evenings are generally cool. Average rainfall is 23.88 inches in Napa with the majority occurring from November through March.



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Napa County Airport - APC

Coordinates:   N38-12.8 degrees - W122-16.8 degrees
Elevation:   35'
Traffic Pattern:   Right 18R - Left 18L - Left 24 TPA 1033msl
Runways:   18R-36L/5930' (Concrete),18L-36R/2500' (Asphalt), 24-6/5007' (Concrete)
Runway Lights:   18R/36L, 24/6 - Pilot activated - Key 118.7 - 3, 5, or 7 times.
Rotating Beacon:   Yes
Sectional Chart:   San Francisco
Location:   4 nm south of City of Napa
Fuel:   Jet A by truck, 24 hrs. 100LL by truck or Epic self-serve, 24hrs.
Interim Airport Manager:   Greg Baer, MPA
Assistant Airport Manager:    
Airport Office Hours of Operation:   8AM to noon and 1 to 5PM Monday-Friday (Pacific Time). Closed holidays.
Airport Operations Contacts:   (707) 253-4300, Fax (707) 299-4482
Email greg.baer@countyofnapa.org
Remarks:   Airport Operations on Field 7 days a week: 8AM to 5PM (Pacific Time)
Fixed Base Operator (FBO):   Napa Jet Center (707) 224-0887
Maintenance:   Major AF & PP, Napa Jet Center (707) 224-0887
Control Tower:   0700-2000 (7AM to 8PM Pacific Time)
Published Instrument Approach:   Yes - VOR RWY 06, ILS or LOC RWY 36L, RNAV (GPS) RWY 06, RNAV (GPS) Y RWY 36L, RNAV (GPS) Z RWY 36L
AWOS:   No
ASOS:   Yes - ATIS-PT / 707-252-7916 /
Communications:   ATIS 124.05, UNICOM 122.95, CLNC DEL 127.85, GND CON 121.7, TOWER 118.7
Navigation Aid:   (SGD) VORTAC 112.1 - (048 degrees/4.8 nm), ILS LOC 111.3
Approach Lighting:   Rwy06 - MIRL/REIL, Rwy24 - MIRL, Rwy18R - MIRL/PAPI, Rwy36L - MIRL/MALS, RWY18L/36R - No Lighting

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