5,500'x100' grooved concrete runway. Runway 36 is a precision runway served with an ILS system and RNAV approach. Runway 18 is a non-precision runway served by an RNAV and VOR approach. Both runways include a 2-light PAPI system. Elevation at both ends of the runway is 922'.
TYQ has an on-site AWOS-3PT system. Updated weather information can be accessed via 120.725 or by dialing 317-769-3154.
NOTAMs are updated regularly and can be accessed via the FAA's NOTAM website.
TYQ is an uncontrolled airfield. The CTAF/UNICOM frequency for the airfield is 123.05. The airport does not have a direct frequency to Indianapolis TRACON from the ground. To reach air traffic control while on the ground, pilots must utilize our GCO radio. This radio is available on 121.725. To reach ATC, a pilot must perform 4 slow clicks and wait for the radio to "dial out." If unavailable, ATC can be reached via phone on 317-227-5743.
In order to mitigate noise for our neighbors to the south, Runway 36 has been designated as the calm-wind runway. We encourage the use of Runway 36 for takeoffs as much as possible.
Runway 18-36 has the following weight bearing capacity:
If you are unsure if your aircraft exceeds these maximums, please contact the Airport Director at 317-385-3015.
Prior permission (PPR) is required for all aircraft with greater than 30 passenger seats. Please contact the Airport Director (317-385-3015) or First Wing Jet Center (317-769-4487) to obtain additional information.