Truckee Tahoe Airport is helping pilots navigate our region.

Developing additional flight procedures will enhance safety in the skies and on the ground.

Process & Oversight

Learn more about the federal requirements to create new flight procedures, and the airport’s anticipated timeline.

Safety & Environment

See how the airport’s new procedures protect our community and comply with state and federal standards.

Feedback & Listening

The airport welcomes your comments regarding the new flight procedures. Please submit them here.

About Our Flight Procedures Outreach Program

The Truckee Tahoe Airport District is in the process of developing new flight procedures that maximize pilot safety, security and efficiency while minimizing impact to the community.

The Truckee Tahoe Airport works daily to reduce its users’ impacts on the community. By developing new departure procedures for Runway 11 and Runway 29, pilots will be able to use a more strategic flight path—utilizing instrumentation to fly over more open space than homes. These potential flight procedures take into account the region’s terrain, neighborhoods, and the most efficient manner to bring pilots in and out of Truckee Tahoe Airport. As the airport goes through the federal process for developing the new procedures, its staff will provide multiple opportunities for the public to provide feedback. From open houses to presentations to fireside chats, the airport is committed to presenting all details of the process in an open and transparent manner.

Information & Resources

Many different elements are considered when developing new flight procedures. Please use the options below to learn about the program, and how it might affect you.





About Truckee Tahoe Airport District

The Truckee Tahoe Airport (KTRK), managed by the Truckee Tahoe Airport District (TTAD), is the largest general aviation airport in the northern Tahoe region. Managed by a Board comprised of 5 elected members from Nevada and Placer Counties, KTRK is a designated California Special District, and funding comes from fuel sales, real estate rent, and local property taxes.

The TTAD’s primary responsibility is to provide safe and efficient aviation facilities and services. Additionally, as a California Special District, the airport has an expressed mandate to provide benefit to its community. In addition to providing aviation services, the Truckee Tahoe Airport District supports community programs, initiatives and organizations, makes its facilities and land available for community use, operates as a base for emergency services, and makes sizable investments in the region it serves.

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