1. Preferential Runway Use: Controllers will request
pilots of aircraft 12,500 lbs or more, and all turbojet aircraft
to use the preferential runways listed below:
A. Preferential Runway:
Takeoff - Runway 36, 32, 03
Landing - Runway 18, 14, 21
B. Conditions for preferential use:
Tailwind - 5 knots or less
Crosswind - 15 knots or less
Runway Conditions - Clear and dry i.e. there is no ice, slush
or other conditions in which the use of the preferential runway
may compromise aircraft safety.
2. Controllers should attempt to honor pilot requests for downwind
departures on Runway 36 and downwind arrivals on Runway 18 when
4. FAR Part 36 Noise Standards: All civil aircraft that do not
with FAR Part 36 Noise Standards are prohibited from using the
except as exempted by the "Aviation Safety and Noise Abatement
1979", Public Law 96-193, Feb 18, 1980, or subsequent federal
5. National Business Aircraft Association (NBAA) Noise Abatement
Procedure: All general aviation turbojet pilots must use or exceed
Noise Abatement arrival and departure procedures.
7. Intersection Take-offs: All turbojet pilots are prohibited
runway or taxiway intersection takeoffs, except as follows:
A. Runway 36 from Taxiway A5, B4
B. Runway 18 from Taxiway A2
C. Runway 36 from Taxiway A6
D. Runway 32 from Taxiway E
Runway 3 Departures: Aircraft departing Runway 3 will pass through
feet MSL. (1,600 feet AGL) before turning right.
Runway 21 Departures: Aircraft departing Runway 21 will turn to
heading as soon as practicable.
Runway 32 Departures: Aircraft departing Runway 32 will pass through
2,500 feet MSL (1,600 feet AGL) before turning left.
Air carrier and turbojet aircraft training flights:
Air carrier and turbojet aircraft are prohibited from
conducting training flights at Dane County Regional Airport,
including multiple practice approaches, touch-and-go landings,
All Military aircraft are required to:
- Obtain a PPR/briefing from the local ANG prior to arrival
- Be on official business Only (OBO) and obtain a PPR/briefing
from the local ANG prior to arrival.
- Follow all procedures and guidance contained in the IFR Supplement
- Execute single full stop landings
- no practice approaches, touch-and-go, or flybys.