Bagram (OAIX)

General information

Information on this page is for guidance only. Authority is the AIP which can be downloaded in PDF format here.
Available PPR Required Forms can be found here and Available Instrument Approach Plates can be found here.

Bagram Airport

Aerodrome Administration
This airfield is under the control of Coalition Forces.

Airfield Management
Telephone DSN:
318 431-4411
318 431-2130
E-mail 455BAF.PPR(at)BGAB.AFCENT.AF.MIL

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

  • Bagram Mid Air Collision Avoidance Pamphlet can be found here
  • Available Instrument Approach Plates can be found here
  • PPR Required Forms can be found here

ICAO

WGS-84 COORDINATES

COORD TYPE

COORDINATE REF

ED

YR MO

MDU

ARPT SYM

MAG VAR

ELEV

OAIX

N34° 56' 46.55"
E69° 15 54.11 "

RM

   

06

   

E 3°

4895

remarks: Aerodrome Reference Point is the geographic center of the airfield

Location and Landmarks

Airport is 25 miles north of Kabul

   

Map

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Terrain and Drainage

The airfield is located in a valley running north-south and surrounded by mountains rising to 18000 feet (5480 mt). It is relatively flat within the immediate airfield area. There is natural and artificial drainage. A small stream is ducted under the runway. There are drainage ditches along the side of the runway.

Navigation Aids and Communications

Air Traffic Control Services - NAV - ATC capabilities

  1. The airfield is under control of Coalition Forces
  2. Airspace designation and lateral limits
    • CTR: 5NM radius centred on Bagram TACAN
    • CTA: 20NM radius centred on Bagram TACAN excluding Kabul CTA.
    • TMA: 50NM radius centred on Bagram TACAN excluding Kabul TMA
  3. Vertical limits:
    • CTR: SFC – 8 000ft AMSL
    • CTA: 1000ft AGL – FL290
    • TMA: 1000ft AGL – FL290
  4. Airspace classification:
    • CTR: Class D
    • CTA: Class C (to 20NM)
    • TMA: Class E (20-50NM)
  5. PAR
  6. ILS
  7. TACAN
  8. Bagram is a PPR only airfield

remarks: See AIP for detailed information.

Meteo office

Coalition Forces MET Office (24H) is responsible for TAF preparation: Mil/Civ can contact PMSV on 135.6 Mkz.

ATC Agencies and Frequencies

Service Designation

Call Sign

VHF

UHF

notes

ACC

KabulCenter

118.300

242.600

North Sector (24H)

ACC

KabulCenter

120.900

361.000

South Sector (24H)

APP

Bagram Approach

124.800

379.300

24H

TWR

Bagram Tower

120.100

325.750

Emergency/Guard Frequencies
121.500Mhz
243.000Mhz

GROUND

Bagram Ground

125.900

380.800

Emergency/Guard Frequencies
121.500Mhz
243.000Mhz

Golf Ramp

 

31.00

 

24H (For coordination between rotary aircraft on Golf Ramp only)

 

Emergency (Guard)

121.500

243.000

Continuously monitored

ATIS

 

134.250

369.400

Emergency/Guard Frequencies
121.500Mhz
243.000Mhz

Romeo Ramp

 

31

 

24H, for coordination between
rotary ACFT on Golf
Ramp only

Hickory LZ CTAF

 

121.375

 

24H, coordinate on CTAF for sling-load operations

SAFETY FREQUENCY

 

125.2

 

For all uncontrolled airfields

remarks:

Airport Description

Runways

NTN

ID

DIMENSIONS

TRU/BRG

SFC

PCN

LCN

LCN

ACFT

ELEV

OVERRUN

LCN

GRAD

AL

R1

03

11819 X 150

30

CON

90 R/B/W/T

61

T

B767

4868

N

   

N

 

21

(3602x46)

210

         

4853

N

   

N

Runway end wgs-84 coordinates

ID

LOW WGS LATITUDE

LOW WGS LONGITUDE

HIGH WGS LATITUDE

HIGH WGS LONGITUDE

COORD TYPE

03

N 34° 55' 54.19"

E 69° 15' 21.97"

   

NP

21

   

N 34° 57' 35.58"

E 69° 16' 32.64"

NP

Taxiways

NTN

WIDTH

(mt)

SFC

PCN

TWYA

75

(23)

CON/asp sh

104/R/B/W/T

TWYA 1

75

(23)

CON

104/R/B/W/T

TWYB

130

(40)

CON

28/R/B/W/T

TWYC

75

(23)

CON/ASP

96/F/A/W/T

TWYD

88

(27)

CON

28/R/B/W/T

TWYE

75

(23)

CON/ASP

E 81/R/B/W/T
W 65/F/A/W/T

TWYF

75

(23)

CON/ASP

40/R/B/W/T

TWYG

75

(23)

CON/ASP

73/R/B/W/T

TWYG 1

75

(23)

CON/ASP

99/R/B/W/T

TWYH (A-B)

85

(26)

CON

27/R/B/W/T

TWYH (B-C)

75

(23)

CON

27/R/B/W/T

TWYH (C-D)

75

(23)

CON

34/R/B/W/T

TWYH (D-G)

75

(23)

CON

96/R/B/W/T

TWYJ

75

(23)

CON/ASP

95/R/B/W/T

TWYK

75

(23)

CON/ASP

156/R/B/W/T

TWYL (E)

75

(23)

CON/ASP

81/R/B/W/T

TWYL (W)

N/A

     

TWYM

75

(23)

CON/ASP

73/R/B/W/T

TWYN (HELO)

50

(15)

CON/ASP

32/R/B/W/T

TWYP (HELO)

50

(15)

CON/ASP

74/F/A/W/T

TWYR

75

(22)

CON/ASP

96/R/B/WT

TWYZ

90

(27)

CON

26/R/B/

Aprons

NTN

DIMENSIONS

(mt)

SFC

PCN

ALPHA EAST

247ft x 1 241ft

(75 x 378)

CON

61/R/B/W/T

ALPHA HAMMERHEAD

340ft x 543ft

(103.6 x 165.5)

CON

104/R/B/W/T

ALPHA WEST

1 185ft x 221ft

(361.2 x 67.4)

CON

72/R/B/W/T

BRAVO EAST

1 490ft x 350ft

(454.2 x 106.7)

CON

51/R/B/W/T

CHARLIE EAST

1 049ft x 264ft

(319.7 x 80.5)

CON

53/R/B/W/T

CHARLIE WEST

1 472ft x 484ft

(448.7 x 147.5)

CON

53/R/B/W/T

DELTA

1 464ft x 485ft

(446.2 x 147.8)

CON

35/R/B/W/T

DELTA EAST

640ft x 150ft

(195.1 x 45.7)

CON

51/R/B/W/T

ECHO (CAS RAMP)

681ft x 398ft

(207.6 x 121.3)

CON

98/R/B/W/T

FOXTROT

2 500ft x 484ft

(762 x 147.5)

CON

40/R/B/W/T

GOLF HAMMERHEAD

340 ft x 543 ft

(103.6 x 165.5)

CON

84/R/B/W/T

MIKE

960 ft x 400 ft

(292.6 x 121.9)

CON

84/R/B/W/T

NOVEMBER (HELO ONLY)

330 ft x 450 ft

(100.6 x 137.2)

CON

39/R/B/W/T

PAPA (HELO ONLY)

450 ft x 570 ft

(137.2 x 173.7)

CON

25/R/B/W/T

SIERRA RAMP

550 ft x 1400 ft

(167.7 x 426.7)

CON

118RBWT

TANGO RAMP

550 ft x 1 100 ft

(167.7 x 335.3)

CON

108/R/B/W/T

ROMEO RAMP

575 ft x 1 400 ft

(175.3 x 426.7)

CON

34/R/B/W/T

KILO RAMP (HOT CARGO PAD)

543ft x 248ft

(165.5 x 75.5)

CON

111/R/B/W/T

remarks: All aprons are concrete, See AIP for detailed information

RWY

Approach:
typo/length/intensity

THR

Visual app. slope:
typo/system

Touchdown zone

RWY centerline

RWY edge: length/space
space/colour

RWY end colour

stopway

03

ALSF-1
2600 (792.5mt)
5 intensity settings

5 green

PAPIs RWY03: Positioned non-standard on Eastern side. Not useable beyond 2.5nm.

N

N

white/200 ft (61mt)

white flash

2000 ft amber

21

N

5 green

PAPI RWY 21

N

N

white/200 ft (61mt)

white flash

1000 ft amber

TWY

       

Blue, solar powered

Blue, solar powered

   

Local Traffic Regulations and Flight Procedures

  1. All aircraft captains are to receive Prior Permission Request (PPR) approval prior to any flight to or from the airport.

remarks: Please refer to the AIP for detailed information.

Other information

Rescue and fire fighting services

CAT 10; Crash Recovery CAT 8

Snow removal equipment availability

(see AIP)

Cargo and passenger handling equipment

(see AIP)

Fuel and oil types

(see AIP)

Custom and immigration

 

Taxes

 

Medical facilities

military

Restaurant

N

Hotels

Compound accommodation for military only

Bank/Post office

N

Transportation

N

Explanation of data codes: A-Available N-None U-Unknown N/A- Not Available N/D-Not Determined CON-Concrete ASP-Asphalt GRV-Gravel PCN-Paveway Classification Number LCN-Load Classification Number

Unless otherwise noted, dimensions and elevations are in feet, miles are nautical miles, and capacities are U.S. Gallons