The Omak Municipal Airport
Tracy Oestreich, Airport Manager
Public Works Crew Member
The Omak Municipal Airport is situated three miles north of downtown Omak on 153 acres of municipal owned property. For detail flight info for the Omak Airport (KOMK) please visit http://www.airnav.com/airport/KOMK
An automated card lock fuel system Jet A and 100LL fuel is provided through a self-service automated fuel system.
Flora Rogers for Current Fuel Prices
Please call Omak City Hall at 509-826-1170 or Omak Airport at 509-826-6270 for current prices.
The facility has a FAA approved global positioning system (GPS) approach which along with a "non-direction beacon" gives the airport primary and secondary landing systems. An automated weather station which provides real time climatologically data. Weather information is broadcast automatically over radio by ASOS site provided and maintained by the National Weather Service. The terminal provides 3 office spaces and a pilot lounge.
The single north south runway measures 4654 long by 150 wide, is the third largest in North Central Washington and has the capability to land large aircraft. There are two connecting taxiways. A parallel taxiway was constructed in 1991 and is located northeast of the aircraft tie down area and provides access to runway 17. Runway 35 has a turn around loop, which was expanded by the Forest Service prior to 1980. Enlarged parking aprons and 34 available tie down spaces between the north and south ramps. The runway lighting is automated.
Open to the public
Activation date: 12/1943
Sectional chart: SEATTLE
Control tower: no
FSS: SEATTLE FLIGHT SERVICE STATION NOTAMs
facility: OMK (NOTAM-D service available)
Attendance: MON-FRI 0700-1600
Wind indicator: lighted
Segmented circle: yes
ACTVT HIRL RY 17/35 - CTAF.
Beacon: white-green (lighted land airport)