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General Aviation is the lifeblood of any airport! SJT has the resources and tools to get you from A to B, from start to finish! 

Airfield

SJT has six taxiways and three runways available for public use. The Air Operations Area is kept to FAR Part 139 standards to ensure safe flight operations.  

SJT Airport Diagram

SJT AFD

Notice to Airmen

Please check your NOTAMs prior to flying at SJT. SJT personnel monitor conditions 24 hours a day, seven days a week to help ensure safe flight operations. NOTAMs are frequently issued for Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFRs), Runway Condition Codes (RCCs and PIREPs) and airfield closures for construction activity.

Pilot Web

 

Weather Information and Air Traffic Frequencies

The SJT Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) regularly updates ATIS (Automated Terminal Information System) information when in service. When SJT ATCT is not in service, weather and airfield condition information is available on 128.45 MhZ, or at (325) 949-6686. 

SJT ATCT operates on both "Ground Control" and "Tower Control" frequency. The Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF) shares the "Tower Control" frequency when ATCT is in service. Ground Control can be contacted on 121.9 MhZ, and Tower Control can be contacted on 118.3 MhZ.

 

Aircraft Parking

With the T-hangars and tie downs, the general aviation area contains space for about 170 small aircraft. Please contact your preferred FBO for information on pricing of their services and fuel.

 

Report Bird Strikes

Timely and accurate reporting of bird and wildlife strikes is critical to the continued safe operations at SJT. Information provided by pilots to the airport can help the airport determine the level and type of activity needed to dissuade birds and wildlife from coming to the airport. If you believe you have incurred a bird or wildlife strike, then please contact Shaun Cookson at shaun.cookson@cosatx.us or (325) 659-6409