Pilot Information

Runway Dimensions: 07/25   11,800’ x 200’ DME: Chan 108
UNICOM Radio Frequency : UNICOM 123.0 Elevation: 633’
AWOS Radio Frequency: 118.7 FBO: Phoenix Aviation Services (989) 739-8486 or (989) 739-7108
AWOS Telephone Number:  (989) 739-1310 Michigan State Police: 125.475
PCL: 123.0 Minneapolis Center: 118.525
Phone: 651-463-5580
ILS: 108.5 Weather: AWOS-3 118.7 or (989) 739-1310
WSI terminal available in Administrative Building
ASP VOR: 116.1 Lighting: Rotating beacon (dusk to dawn)
High intensity runway lights and taxiway lighting
Approach lighting runway 25
Lighted wind socks, each end of runway


MDOT Aeronautics Electronic Airport Directory

Contact: https://www.michigan.gov/aero/0,4533,7-145-6775—,00.html


Location: Michigan’s Northeast Lower Peninsula along the shores of Lake Huron – – 155 miles north of Detroit.
Runway: Single runway 7/25
Size: 11,800’ x 200’
Orientation: Northeast – southwest alignment with lighted precision instrument runway.

Includes a series of maneuvering routes between the airfield and terminal area. Runway 7/25 is served by a lighted 75-foot wide full-length parallel Taxiway ‘A’ with 50’ paved shoulders, separated 1,050’ from the Runway 7/25 centerline.The lighted full-length parallel taxiway is required for a precision instrument runway.

Taxiways ‘D’ and ‘E’ are connectors linking to the General Aviation/FBO facilities and Iosco Apron.


Airport Terminal:

Location: South-East area of the airfield.    From runway, follow the blue centerline heading East on Taxiway ‘A’ and South-East on Taxiway ‘D’.  The Terminal is located along the Transient Aircraft Parking Apron.
Access: The Terminal is generally open from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday, except on holidays.    Otherwise access into the terminal and through passenger gates by depressing combination locks V, then simultaneous III – II, followed by I.
Airport Terminal Services: Telephone, restrooms, weather reports and waiting room.