Goodbye LeRoy Airport 5G0: Advisory
Planes parked in tie-down area. Welcome to LeRoy Airport Sign

Antenna 122.8 (Unicom)

Last Updated: Jan 09, 2024
Fuel Type: 100LL
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Airport Services


Airport Advisories

Arrivals and Departures:

There is a line of trees parallel to the North of runway 10 and 28, and quarries to the North West and West of the airport. The trees and the quarries can generate significant mechanical and thermal turbulence. This is especially true when the winds are from the West and North West. Please use caution!

Pattern Operations:
Fly left traffic only, pattern altitude as published. When departing runway 28, fly runway heading until at least 400 ft AGL and west of the trailer park before turning south. When landing on runway 28 be mindful of houses on base leg and final approach.
When departing runway 10, please be mindful of the houses in the departure path.
Nearby Obstructions:
Approach to runway 28 and 10  has 8' fence with reflective Orange balls, see Airport Facility Directory. 
There is a 1000 ft AGL (1942 ft MSL) tower on the sectional map 6 nautical miles south-southwest of the airport, WPXJ-TV Channel 51.  This tower is just west of a direct course to Perry-Warsaw (01G).  GPS coordinates of the tower are available in the FCC database at

Runway Information

Runway 10/28

Dimensions: 3854 x 60 ft. / 1175 x 18 m
Surface: asphalt, in good condition
Weight bearing capacity: Single wheel: 12.5
Runway edge lights: medium intensity

Traffic pattern:
Runway heading:
Visual slope indicator:

Runway end identifier lights:
Touchdown point:

780.0 ft.
104 magnetic, 093 true
non-precision, in good condition
2-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path)
yes, no lights
9 ft. fence, 201 ft. from runway, 93 ft. left of centerline
RWY 10 +5' FENCE, 0-200' FROM RWY,96' LT RWY 10 +40' TREES, 180' FROM RWY, 248' RT

778.3 ft.
284 magnetic, 273 true
non-precision, in good condition
2-light PAPI on left (3.50 degrees glide path)
yes, no lights
5 ft. fence, 201 ft. from runway, 100 ft. right of centerline
RWY 28 +5' FENCE, 180' FROM RWY, 98' RT.

Taxiways & Snow Plowing

  • The airport photo below contains the names of the taxiways.
  • Taxiways Bravo; South of Taxiway Alpha Closed.
  • Taxing from or to the New hangar West entry or East entry to Gallagher community hangar a path has been plowed for you as a temporary taxiway see gray line on picture.
  • Taxiway DELTA closed through May 31st 2024.
  • Taxiway ECHO closed through May 31st 2024.
  • Red rounded curved marks on picture of runway expect snow banks.
  • Red Arrow at North Side of Runway 10 snow accumulation site pushed to fence.
  • Red Arrow at North side of Runway 28 snow accumulation site pushed to fence.
  • North of 10 Bay and 5 Bay hangars are two squares representing an island/median of snow and ice.

Winter Operations 2023-2024

  • Please remove salt blocks from your vehicle when entering the gate. As you drive and or park your car salt blocks may fall off your vehicle causing dangerous conditions for yours and others props. A prop strike into this hard matter is enough to require an engine tear down. Should salt blocks fall off please toss salt blocks clear off taxiways and ramps.
  • When arriving and or departing the airport PLEASE: verify the outside bathroom door, and office door are closed, Vehicle gate closes all the way.
  • If you are at or near 5G0 and would like to give a snow report Please and Thank You!
  • If you utilize the office, please make sure heat is at 60 when departing, and the inside office bathroom door is left open.
  • During the winter months if you come out alone...bring a cell phone and warm gear in case you get stuck and need help! Let friends/family know when to expect you home!
  • Possibly need help getting your aircraft in or out on the ice give a call don't fall!
  • YAKTRACKS ...They will help keep you on your feet on that black ice! If you do not own a pair now please consider buying them for yourself and friends that fly often with you! They may be purchased at most sporting goods stores. Remember to remove them before stepping on concrete or getting into your aircraft!
  • Always "PREFLIGHT" your bi-fold door before sure cables all attached, not worn...all cables in their spools, no fraying! Your Bi-Fold door's may freeze to the ground!...when lifting the door please listen to the motor..if their is a straining sound STOP! Return the door to locked position, get a shovel and manually break loose snow/ice or cables will stretch/or motor burn Ray.
  • Always open the Bi-Fold door at least halfway before closing....otherwise the door may not come down all the way.....always preflight your cables.
  • HEATERS...only approved heaters, (Tanis,Reiff heaters or natural gas installed professionally) Propane heaters outside only! Please do not leave any external heating source unattended! Keep all combustibles away from all heating sources. Remember, its not just your airplane that may go up in flames!
  • The vehicle road ..... will remain usable, however, that is the last area that gets plowed. Caution using this road in the Winter it has unforgiving slopes especially when coated with ice!
  • Please do not drive on any taxiways or runways!
  • Remember, this might be a good time to make sure your C02 detector is working or new and your winterization plate as recommended by the Aircraft and engine manufacturer.
  • Lastly, please do not store your car in the hangar as the salt is not only a hazard to the hangar floors but to your aircraft.

Thank You and have a wonderful Winter of Flying!

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