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FAA INFORMATION EFFECTIVE 06 FEBRUARY 2014

Location

HXF pattern

FAA Identifier:  HXF  
Lat/Long:  43-20-57.1438N / 088-23-28.5950W
43-20.952397N / 088-23.476583W
43.3492066 / -88.3912764
(estimated)
 
Elevation:  1069 ft. / 325.8 m (surveyed)  
Variation:  03W (2010)  
From city:  2 miles NW of HARTFORD, WI  
Time zone:  UTC -6 (UTC -5 during Daylight Saving Time)  
Zip code:  53027  

Airport Operations

Airport use:  Open to the public
Activation date:  06/1978
Sectional chart:  CHICAGO
Control tower:  no
ARTCC:  CHICAGO CENTER
FSS:  GREEN BAY FLIGHT SERVICE STATION
NOTAMs facility:  GRB (NOTAM-D service available)
Attendance:  UNATNDD
Pattern altitude:  TPA FOR ULTRALIGHT ACFT 500' AGL.
Wind indicator:  lighted
Segmented circle:  yes
Lights:  SS-SR
Beacon:  white-green (lighted land airport)
Operates sunset to sunrise.

Airport Communications

CTAF/UNICOM:  123.0
MILWAUKEE APPROACH:  125.35 [0530-2330]
MILWAUKEE DEPARTURE:  125.35 [0530-2330]
WX AWOS-3 at ETB (12 nm E):  120.0 (262-334-6161)
WX AWOS-3 at UNU (14 nm W):  119.075 (920-386-5682)
WX AWOS-3 at RYV (18 nm SW):  119.975 (920-261-0734)
WX AWOS-3 at UES (20 nm S):  118.875 (262-521-5226)

Nearby radio navigation aids

VOR radial/distance  VOR name  Freq  Var
BJBr250/(12.4)   WEST BEND VOR   109.80   01W
BAEr339/14.7   BADGER VORTAC   116.40   02E
LJTr315/21.1   TIMMERMAN VOR/DME   112.50   02W
FAHr225/34.5   FALLS VOR/DME   110.00   02W
OSHr167/39.1   OSHKOSH VORTAC   111.80   02E
BUUr355/39.8   BURBUN VOR/DME   114.50   01W


 

NDB name  Hdg/Dist  Freq  Var  ID
JUNEAU   110/14.4   344   01W   UNU  ..- -. ..-
ROCK RIVER   055/18.0   371   01W   RYV  .-. -.-- ...-

Airport Services

Fuel available:  100LL MOGAS
24 HR FUEL AVBL WITH CREDIT CARD.
Parking:  hangars and tiedowns
Airframe service:  MAJOR
Powerplant service:  MAJOR
Bottled oxygen:  NONE
Bulk oxygen:  NONE

Runway Information

Runway 11/29

Dimensions:  3000 x 75 ft. / 914 x 23 m
Surface:  asphalt, in fair condition
Weight bearing capacity: 
Single wheel:  8.0
Runway edge lights:  medium intensity
  RUNWAY 11    RUNWAY 29
Latitude:  43-21.034567N   43-20.863948N
Longitude:  088-23.799322W   088-23.164345W
Elevation:  1050.5 ft.   1045.6 ft.
Gradient:  0.3%   0.3%
Traffic pattern:  left   left
Runway heading:  113 magnetic, 110 true   293 magnetic, 290 true
Markings:  nonprecision, in fair condition   nonprecision, in fair condition
Runway end identifier lights:  no   no
Touchdown point:  yes, no lights   yes, no lights
Obstructions:  9 ft. road, 335 ft. from runway, 260 ft. right of centerline, 15:1 slope to clear   30 ft. trees, 800 ft. from runway, 180 ft. left of centerline, 20:1 slope to clear

Runway 18/36

Dimensions:  2250 x 196 ft. / 686 x 60 m
Surface:  turf, in good condition
Runway edge markings:  18/36 THLD MKD WITH ORANGE & WHITE WOODEN A-FRAMES.
Gradient:  N
  RUNWAY 18    RUNWAY 36
Latitude:  43-21.140833N   43-20.772333N
Longitude:  088-23.444500W   088-23.494667W
Elevation:  1070.0 ft.   1035.0 ft.
Gradient:  1.5%   1.6% UP
Traffic pattern:  left   left
Runway heading:  189 magnetic, 186 true   009 magnetic, 006 true
Runway end identifier lights:  no   no
Touchdown point:  yes, no lights   yes, no lights
Obstructions:  21 ft. road, 580 ft. from runway, 180 ft. left of centerline, 27:1 slope to clear   none

Airport Ownership and Management from official FAA records

Ownership:  Publicly-owned
Owner:  CITY OF HARTFORD
109 N. MAIN
HARTFORD, WI 53027
Phone 262-673-8263
Manager:  DARRLY KRANZ
109 N MAIN
HARTFORD, WI 53027
Phone 262-673-8225

Airport Operational Statistics

Aircraft based on the field:   117
Single engine airplanes:   95
Multi engine airplanes:   3
Jet airplanes:   1
Helicopters:   3
Gliders airplanes:   7
Ultralights:   8
     
Aircraft operations: avg 42/day *
65%  local general aviation
32%  transient general aviation
3%  air taxi
<1%  military
* for 12-month period ending 08 August 2012

Additional Remarks

A23  RIGHT TFC PAT ULTRALIGHT & GLIDER ACFT.
SLIGHT DOWNHILL SLOPE LNDG RWY 18.
GLIDER & ULTRALIGHT ACTVTY ON ARPT.
RY 36 +78 FT WATER TOWER 3885 FT FM APCH END.

Instrument Procedures

NOTE: All procedures below are presented as PDF files. If you need a reader for these files, you should download the free Adobe Reader.

NOT FOR NAVIGATION. Please procure official charts for flight.
FAA instrument procedures published for use between 6 February 2014 at 0901Z and 6 March 2014 at 0900Z.

 

 
IAPs - Instrument Approach Procedures
RNAV (GPS) RWY 11    download (169KB)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 29    download (170KB)
NOTE: Special Take-Off Minimums/Departure Procedures apply    download (201KB)

Other nearby airports with instrument procedures:

KETB - West Bend Municipal Airport (12 nm E)
KUNU - Dodge County Airport (14 nm W)
KRYV - Watertown Municipal Airport (18 nm SW)
KUES - Waukesha County Airport (20 nm S)
KMWC - Lawrence J Timmerman Airport (21 nm SE)

 

 

 

 

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Hartford Municipal

Airport (KHXF)
4200 Highway U
Hartford, WI 53027

Our Staff

Steve Krog
Jamie Weber

West Bend Weather

[Source: ADDS]
METAR
KETB 121935Z AUTO 29008KT 10SM BKN030 M08/M15 A3000 RMK AO2 =
TAF

Waukesha Weather

[Source: ADDS]
METAR
KUES 121845Z 30015KT 10SM BKN029 M08/M14 A3004 =
TAF
KUES 121726Z 1218/1318 31010G18KT P6SM SCT035 TEMPO 1218/1220 BKN035 FM130000 28007KT P6SM FEW030 SCT150 FM130800 VRB03KT P6SM BKN030 FM131200 14007KT 1SM -SN OVC025 FM131500 14007KT 3/4SM -SN OVC030 =

Juneau Weather

[Source: ADDS]
METAR
KUNU 121935Z AUTO 25007KT 10SM CLR M09/M16 A3004 RMK AO2 T10901157 =
TAF

Fond Du Lac Weather

[Source: ADDS]
METAR
KFLD 121939Z AUTO 27011KT 10SM BKN029 M08/M16 A3001 RMK AO2 T10831156 =
TAF