Colorado Air and Space Port (CASP)
Located 19 nm (35 km) E of DENVER, CO 5512 ft. (1680 m) elevation, this public airport is found on the DENVER Sectional, and has NO Customs Landing Rights. Call the DENVER Flight Service Station at 1.800.WX.BRIEF for current advisories.
|Runway||Length x Width||Surface Type||Lighting||Primary ILS Type||Secondary ILS Type|
|17/35||8000 x 100 ft.||Asphalt-Good Condition||Medium Intensity||ILS/DME||ILS/DME|
|08/26||8000 x 100 ft.||Asphalt-Good Condition||High Intensity||ILS/DME|
A110-1 WHITE YELLOW REFLECTORS ALONG ALL TWY EDGES.
A110-2 NOISE SENSITIVE AREAS SE; S SW OF ARPT. AVOID FLTS BLO 1000 FT OVER POPULATED AREAS.
A81 ACTVT MIRL RY 17/35; HIRL RY 08/26; PAPI RYS 08; 17; 26; 35; REIL RYS 08 17; MALSR RYS 26 & 35 - CTAF.
Pilot controlled lighting 9 p.m. to 7 a.m.
Hours of Operation
Open daily 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Fuel Jet A, 100LL
- Engine Repair Service Major
- Airframe Repair Service Major
- Pilot controlled lighting
Published Pavement Strengths
The Federal Aviation Administration published the strength of runway 8/26 at 40,000 pounds Dual Wheel Gear (DWG). Runway 17/35 strength is at 75,000 pounds DWG.
Based on infrequent use, the airport accommodates aircraft as large as the military C130 and the Boeing 737. The airport is developing to accommodate large business jets.