Brian Ranch Airport Information Overview

Brian Ranch Airport is marked as “Brian” on the Los Angeles Sectional Map. Scroll down this page to view the map.

Airport use: Private use. Permission required prior to landing.

FAA Identifier: CL13
Unicom: 123.00

Lat/Long:
34-30-54.9820N / 117-45-43.2210W
34-30.916367N / 117-45.720350W
34.5152728 / -117.7620058
(estimated)

From VOR:
DME VCV 109.4 240º 23NM
DME PMD 114.5 100º 17NM

Variation: 14E (1985)
From City: 17 miles E of PALMDALE, CA
Time zone: UTC -7 (-8 during Standard Time)
Zip code: 93544

AIRPORT OPERATIONS
Airport use: Private use. Permission required prior to landing
Activation Date: 12/1983
Control Tower: No

ARTCC: LOS ANGELES CENTER
FSS: RIVERSIDE FLIGHT SERVICE STATION

Attendance: SAT-SUN IREG
Wind Indicator: Yes
Segmented Circle: No

AIRPORT COMMUNICATIONS
WX ASOS at PMD (17 nm NW)
Phone 661-272-3298

WX AWOS-3 at VCV (19 nm E)
135.475 (760-242-3635)

Runway Ownership: Privately Owned
Owner: Jack Brian
PO Box 355
Llano, CA 93544-0355

RUNWAY INFORMATION

Field Elevation: 3230 ft / 985 m

Pattern Altitude:
Ultralights 3500′ (300′ AGL)
General Aviation 4000′ (800′ AGL)

Dimensions: 2100 x 50 ft. / 640 x 15 m
Surface: Dirt

Runway 08
Traffic Pattern: Left
Displaced Threshold: 300 ft.

Runway 26
Traffic Pattern: Right
Displaced Threshold: No

Runway 03 / 21
Dimensions: 2100 x 40 ft. / 640 x 12 m
Surface: Dirt

Runway 03
Traffic Pattern: Left
Displaced Threshold: 300 ft.

Runway 21
Traffic Pattern: Right
Displaced Threshold: No

 

CAUTION
Be aware of the power line along Largo Vista Road. There are no power lines on the extended centerlines to runways 08 and 26.  Also note, trees and  possible radio controlled aircraft & parachute activity in the area. Call Brian Ranch (661) 261-3216.

Field Elevation: 3230 ft / 985 m
Pattern Altitude:
Ultralights 3500′ (300′ AGL)
General Aviation 4000′ (800′ AGL)

This is considered the high desert. Pilots need to be aware and account for performance penalties resulting from the elevation of Brian Ranch Airport in the High Desert, especially in conjunction with high desert temperatures, resulting in very high Density Altitudes.

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