McClellan Public Airfield (KMCC) Specifications

Latitude: 38’ 40’ 03” N Longitude: 121’ 24’ 02” W

Public Airfield

10,599 ft. x 200 ft.  (3,231 m x 46 m) 16/34 runway with full instrument approach.

Surface: concrete/ grooved, in good condition Weight bearing capacity:

  • Single wheel: 155.0
  • Double wheel: 300.0
  • Double tandem: 500.0

Runway edge lights: high intensity  NSTD HIRL LCTD 25 FT FM RY EDGE MARKINGS

Runway 16

Latitude: 38-40.931302N Longitude: 121-24.034645W Elevation: 76.8 ft. Traffic pattern: right  Runway heading: 163 magnetic, 180 true Markings: precision, in good condition Visual slope indicator: 4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path) Approach lights: SSALR: simplified short approach lighting system with runway alignment indicator lights Runway end identifier lights: no Touchdown point: yes, no lights Instrument approach: ILS Obstructions: none

Runway 34

Latitude: 38-39.185153N Longitude: 121-24.037353W Elevation: 69.9 ft. Traffic pattern: left  Runway heading: 343 magnetic, 000 true Markings: precision, in good condition Visual slope indicator: 4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path) Approach lights: SSALR: simplified short approach lighting system with runway alignment indicator lights Runway end identifier lights: no Touchdown point: yes, no lights Instrument approach: ILS Obstructions: 90 ft. tower, 4,000 ft. from runway, 175 ft. left of centerline, 42:1 slope to clear

Airport Management

The Sacramento McClellan Airport Manager is available Monday - Friday 08:00 - 16:30.  Call (916) 570 - 5339 to reach the manager.

Traffic Advisory

McClellan Airfield is an uncontrolled (no tower) airfield in Class E Airspace. The airport is approved for day and night use.

Pilots arriving, departing, or operating aircraft within 10 nautical miles of McClellan Airfield should make a standard Common Traffic Advisory Frequency broadcast on 122.975 MHz.

Sacramento approach: 119.1 NorCal approach and departure: 127.4 ILS RWY 16 - VOR/DME RWY 16/34 UNICOM: 131.325

The Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS) is transmitted across on the Very High Frequency Omni – Directional Radio Range (VOR) 109.2. Can also be reached by dialing (916) 641-1272. AWOS: 125.975

Designated Traffic

Left Traffic RWY 34, Right Traffic RWY 16, Calm Wind RWY 16, 1000 Feet AGL

Important Runway Rules

The runway is lighted. The Procedures for activating Pilot-Controlled Lighting (PCL) are as follows:

  • Key Mike 3 times – Approach, Runway and Taxiway lights at step 1, No Sequenced Flashers.
  • Key Mike 5 times – Approach, Runway and Taxiway lights at step 3, No Sequenced Flashers.
  • Key Mike 7 times – Approach, Runway and Taxiway lights at Step 5, Plus the Sequenced.

Runway 16 instrument landing system is unmonitored.

The Airport has a rotating beacon.