"NOTAMS" NOTICE TO AIRMEN
To view FAA notams, click here To check local, Sebastian Municipal Airport notams, enter the airport identifier, X26, in the FAA notam database.
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 22, 2013, RUNWAY 4/22 HAS BEEN CHANGED TO RUNWAY 5/23.
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 22, 2013, RUNWAY 8/26 HAS BEEN CHANGED TO RUNWAY 10/28.
ALL RUNWAY MARKINGS AND CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE ON ALL RUNWAYS AND TAXIWAYS.
PILOT NOTICE FOR SEBASTIAN AIRPORT
EXTENSIVE SKYDIVE OPERATIONS SUNRISE TO SUNSET, 7 DAYS A WEEK. REMAIN CLEAR OF PARACHUTE OPERATIONS AT THESE TIMES. GENERAL PARACHUTE LANDING ZONE IS IN NORTHWEST QUADRANT OF AIRPORT, NORTH OF RUNWAY 10/28. PLEASE NOTE THAT SKYDIVE OPERATIONS OCCUR SEVEN DAYS PER WEEK, YEAR ROUND.
Please note that Sebastian Municipal Airport has voluntary noise abatement procedures in operation. Please Click Here to view the noise abatement procedures.
SEBASTIAN AIRPORT (X26) RNAV (GPS) APPROACHES
The FAA has recently activated RNAV (GPS) approaches to Runway 5 and 23 at the Sebastian Municipal Airport. This means that the Sebastian Airport can now be utilized in poor weather conditions materially improving the access to the Airport facility in all weather conditions.
Click here to go to the FAA Website to see and print RNAV (GPS) approach charts for Runways 5 and 23 at the Sebastian Municipal Airport. There is also a chart for Takeoff Minimums.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CITY OF SEBASTIAN AND THE SEBASTIAN AIRPORT PROVIDES THE INFORMATION CONCERNING THE RNAV (GPS) APPROACHES AND THE INSTRUMENT TAKEOFF MINIMUMS FOR THE SEBASTIAN MUNICIPAL AIRPORT AS A SERVICE TO AIRMEN. THE CITY OF SEBASTIAN AND ITS AIRPORT TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY AND ASSUME NO LIABILITY FOR THE ACCURACY OF THIS INFORMATION. PLEASE OBTAIN ACTUAL CHARTS AND DESCRIPTIONS FROM THE FAA OR APPROVED SUPPLIER.FOR ACTUAL AVIATION USE.