|Location:||4 miles east of central Decatur|
|Latitude:||39 (deg) 50 (min) 08 (sec)|
|Longitude:||88 (deg) 51 (min) 98 (sec)|
|Runway 6-24||8,500’ X 150’||grooved asphalt & concrete, HIRL|
|Runway 12-30||6,800’ X 150’||grooved (partial) asphalt & concrete, MIRL|
|Runway 18-36||5,300’ X 150’||grooved asphalt, MIRL|
|Runway 6||ILS, GPS, MALSR||Tower (Local Control)||118.9|
|Runway 24||LOC-BC, VASI, REIL||Ground Control||121.75|
|Runway 12||REIL||Approach Control||132.85|
|Runway 30||GPS||Departure Control||132.85|
|Runway 18||VOR, PAPI||ATIS||126.35|
|Runway 36||NDB, VOR, VASI||Unicom||122.95|
Control Tower (Level I) – 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Airport Surface Observation System (ASOS) – 217 – 429-0052
Pilot-Controlled Lighting: When tower is closed, HIRL runway 6-24 preset low intensity; to increase intensity and activate MIRL runway 12-30 and runway 18-36 and REILS; taxiway lights and MALSR runway 6, use CTAF.
Hours of Operation: 24 hours
Fuel: 100LL and Jet A
Certified FAR Part 139
24-hour Fire Protection (ARFF Index A; can provide Index B or C upon request)
The purpose of this page is to provide general information for VFR flying that may be useful to a pilot in planning a flight or in communicating with the Decatur Airport. It is not intended to be relied upon as a completely accurate depiction of existing airport conditions. The user is cautioned against using this document as a sole source for obtaining airport information. Please obtain the latest information from all available sources prior to flight.