History of Aspen Pitkin County airport
Locally knows as the Sardy field, Aspen Pitkin county is a much-celebrated airport. Aspen Pitkin county airport is located about 25 minutes of drive in traffic from the main business district of Aspen. Private Jets from around the World throng to this airport for the Winter X games and also for the hiking and Ski season. Aspen is known around the World for its visiting Hollywood celebrities and fortune 500 CEOs. There are several restrictions for the operation of aircraft at the Aspen Airport. Since its unique mountainous location with an elevation of 7862 feet above MSL and a runway length of 8006 feet, Aspen airport limits aircraft to a 95-foot wingspan and 100000 LBS MTOGW. And no aircraft operations are permitted from 2300 Local to 0700 Local.
FBO Facilities at Aspen Pitkin County Airport
There is only one FBO, Atlantic Aviation Services, for private aircraft operation at Aspen Pitkin County airport. The FBO provides De-icing services, Hangar space, Ramp space, Oxygen and Nitrogen services. The FBO has a limited ramp space and it is highly recommended that the pilots of General aviation aircraft reserve their parking well in advance. The FBO offers both the AVGAS and Jet fuel.
Aspen Airport restrictions and Information
- KASE – Aspen-Pitkin County/Sardy Field Located in Aspen, CO, USA
- ICAO – KASE, IATA – ASE, FAA ID – ASE
|Longest Hard Surface Runway (ft)|
8006 x 100, 15/33
10:32:13 AM (-7.00)
|Local Standard Time|