|Name: Nok Airport - VTCY
|Coordinates: 18*40.5' N x
|Frequency: 123.0 (CTAF
pattern) // Chiang Mai
|Runway Heading: 34/16
|Length: 850 meters x 10
|Surface: Tarmac/Grass (max
takeoff weight not to exceed 7,500kg)
|Traffic Pattern: Runway 16
Left Circuit / Runway 34 Right Circuit. // The Chiangmai ATC has carved out
a Class G airspace 30* slice up to 3,000' for Nok and Ban Thi Airports to
operate (according to Aviator Ed).
|Attention: Active R/C
flying 1km to the SW of threshold for Rwy 34 // Nok Airport is 270 meters East of the threshold
of Lanna Airport. Be on the lookout for
aircraft from each of the airports.
We welcome visiting aircraft.
|Location: 12 nm SE of
Chiang Mai Town // 270 meters East of Ban Thi Airport //
|Activities: Private airport. Airport was approved and
licensed by Thai DCA in April 2005.
www.nokaviation.com // JUL 2016: Email
email@example.com or call KOI --
0816418990 (updated Jul 2016) // Notice: The current president of Nok
Airport is Khun Koi //
Previous contacts: Khun Phunsin Buntum and Pierre
Yves Vandermeersch (not in residence)
|Other links: For additional information: DOA
Aeronautical Information Service, Tung Mahamek, Bangkok 10120, Thailand --
tel: 02 256 0922 // 02 286 0922 // fax: 02 287 4060 // AFTN: VTBAYOYX.
Some aviators in Thailand were recently discussing the idea of joining Ban Thi
Airport with Nok airport (by extending Ban Thi's runway) to make them both
one airport. Since the airports are so close, this would be an excellent way
to increase safety and promote General Aviation in Thailand. If Ban Thi and
Nok were joined, then this would create the largest airpark in all of Asia.
07 Mar 2011 -- NOK FREQUENCY
-- The 123.00 frequency for NOK local procedure was confirmed and agreed by
Khun Somboon (Aerothai CNX) - provided pilots first tell ATC on 129.60 and
remain within NOK Class G airspace below 2000'. Before terminating it would
be desirable to call CNX App.129.60 to tell them - you will still be
required to call the tower by telephone with landing time. They (CNX ATC)
will not be monitoring 123.00. We (NOK) will publish the procedure in our
Ops Manual/ Club Noticeboard and website.
|Picture of Airstrip:
DIAGRAM (pdf) UPDATED (Nov 2016)