Clearance

  1. Frequency
    1. Ogden Ground: 121.700
  2. Procedures
    1. When appropriate, inform pilots of the current ATIS information prior to contacting ground control.
  3. IFR Routing
    1. Initial Altitude: 9,000.
    2. Issue radar vectors for all departure aircraft, except when pilot requests the EMONT ODP.
      Note-VCOA Avail for RWY 3 on the EMONT ODP.
    3. Issue the following headings for radar vectors to their route, per the departure runway:
      • Runway 3 – Heading 280
      • Runway 21 – Heading 210
  4. Standard Departure Frequencies
    1. When appropriate, issue the following frequencies to IFR aircraft:
      • Salt Lake City Approach (Lake Sector) 135.5
    2. When appropriate, issue the following frequencies to VFR aircraft requiring radar services after departure:
      • Salt Lake City Approach (Lake Sector) 135.5
  5. VFR Routing
    1. Not Applicable.

Ground

  1. Frequency
    1. Ogden Ground: 121.700
  2. Airspace
    1. Ground: All movement areas except active runways.
  3. Procedures
    1. Runway 7/25 is closed until further notice. Closure published on airport diagram.
  4. Departures
    1. All aircraft requiring pushback onto the movement area will contact ground prior to pushback and start-up.
    2. All aircraft will contact ground with position and ATIS prior to being issued taxi instructions.
  5. Arrivals
    1. All aircraft will remain on ground frequency until off the movement area.

Local

  1. Frequency
    1. Ogden Tower: 118.7
  2. Airspace
    1. Local: Runway 3/21, 16/34, and airspace as depicted on sector file.
    2. Runway 7/25 is closed until further notice. Closure published on airport diagram.
  3. Procedures
    1. Runway operations
      1. Use runway 3 (North) during calm wind operations.
      2. Use runway 21 (South) when the tailwind component exceeds 5 knots.
    2. LAHSO
      1. Land and Hold Short Operations (LAHSO) are only permitted for Landing Runway 21 with an instruction to hold short of Runway 17/35 if all of the following apply:
        1. Daylight hours.
        2. The local weather is reported as at least 3 miles visibility and a 1,000′ ceiling.
        3. The Available Landing Distance from the landing threshold to the hold short point is dry.
        4. The tailwind is less than 3kts.
        5. The most recent Wind Shear was reported greater than 20 min ago.
        6. An advisory is broadcast via the ATIS or pilot is advised on initial contact.
          “Land and Hold Short Operations are in Effect”
        7. When issued a Land and Hold Short instruction, the landing runway and the hold short point must be acknowledge by the pilot in the readback.
        8. Traffic on a crossing runway holding in position must be advised and an acknowledgment received from that aircraft.
        9. Landing or departing aircraft on the same runway beyond the hold short point is not authorized. Aircraft/vehicles must be allowed to cross the portion of the runway surface beyond the hold short point.
        10. No more than one hold short operation must be conducted on the same runway at any one time.
        11. LAHSO is not authorized for experimental aircraft.
      2. Aircraft landing on Runway 21 and instructed to hold short of Runway 17/35 has an available landing distance of 4,600′.
    3. Tower Use of Radar:
      1. Limited
  4. Departures
    1. Departure Notification / Releases
      1. A “Release Request” (.RR) is required to be sent to the appropriate Departure Controller for all departing aircraft in accordance with the General Control Directive.
  5. Arrivals
    1. IFR Arrivals
      1. N/A
    2. Missed Approach / Go Around
      1. A Missed Notification (MN) is required for all aircraft executing an unplanned Missed Approach / Go Around.
      2. Visual approach aircraft executing a Go-Around will remain in the local pattern if capable of doing so.
      3. Climb out procedure:
        • North Flow: Heading 280, Maintain 9,000.
        • South Flow: Heading 210, Maintain 9,000.
      4. VFR traffic join local pattern.
  6. VFR Operations
    1. VFR Departures
      1. Depart on-course, remain clear of the HIF Delta Airspace.
      2. Comm Change to departure control as soon as clear of any possible conflicts.
        • Salt Lake City Approach (Lake Sector) 135.5
    2. VFR Arrivals
      1. Direct to airport, remain clear of the HIF Delta Airspace.
    3. VFR Flight Following
      1. Ensure all aircraft requiring flight following have the appropriate scratchpad entry prior to Comm Change to departure.