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Sammy Wham, Chairman
Jimmie Spencer, Airport Manager
3985 Torrington Road
PO Box 46
Laurens, SC  29360
Phone: (864) 682-9620
Fax: (864) 984-3726
Email:
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

AIRPORT COMMISSION
Sammy Wham, Chairman 

John D. Mitchell, Vice Chairman
Lt. Colonel Jimmie L. Spencer, Secretary / T reasurer
David L. Crotts                                                                                                         
Gifford A. Boyter
Donald S. Cook

Current, detailed information is available at this web link:  http://www.airnav.com/airport/34A.

Laurens County Airport

FAA INFORMATION EFFECTIVE 01 SEPTEMBER 2005:
FAA Identifier: 34A
Lat / Long:  34-30-25.4000N/081-56-49.900W
34-30.423333N / 081-56.831667W
34.5070556 / -81.9471944 (estimated)
Elevation:     697 ft. / 212.4 m (surveyed)
Variation:     04W (1985)
From City: 3 miles E of Laurens, SC 29360


AIRPORT SERVICES
Fuel available: 100LL
Parking:  tiedowns
Airframe service:  NONE
Powerplant service: NONE
Bottled oxygen:  NONE
Bulk oxygen:  NONE
 
RUNWAY INFORMATION
Runway 8/26

Dimensions:  3898 x 75 ft. / 1188 x 23 m
Surface:  asphalt, in good condition
Weight bearing capacity:  Single wheel: 12500 lbs
Runway edge lights:  medium intensity 

   Runway 8  Runway 26
Latitude   34-30.325633N  34-30.519983N
Longitude  081-57.201317W  081-56.461400W
Elevation  696.7 ft.  693.0 ft.
Gradient   0.4  0.4
Traffic pattern  left  left
Runway heading  076 magnetic, 072 true  256 magnetic, 252 true
Markings nonprecision,
in good condition
nonprecision,
in good condition
Visual slope indicator  2-light PAPI on left
(3.00 degrees glide path)
 2-light PAPI on left
(3.00 degrees glide path)
Touchdown point  yes, no lights  yes, no lights
Obstructions  62 ft. tree, 943 ft. from runway,
294 ft. left of centerline,
11:1 slope to clear
89 ft. tree, 859 ft. from runway,
302 ft. left of centerline,
7:1 slope to clear

AIRPORT OPERATIONAL STATISTICS

Aircraft based on the field: 16
Single engine airplanes: 16
Aircraft operations: avg 27/day
87%  local general aviation
10%  transient general aviation
2%  air taxi
2%  military