ONLINE RESERVATION SYSTEM:
As a member of the CSRA (Central Savanah River Area) Airport Alliance, Aiken Aviation will be participating in an Online Reservation system for all 2014 Masters© Golf Tournament General Aviation arrivals. Under the new FAA-approved system, you can now reserve your arrival time and aircraft parking at KAIK simultaneously.
2014 MASTERS© RESERVATION PROCEDURES AT KAIK:
STEP 1: Obtain an Online Arrival and Parking Reservation Number.
Click here to access and complete the online reservation form. The form will provide available time choices close to your proposed ETA and will allow you to choose the available time that best meets your needs. If you wish, you may contact an Aiken Aviation Customer Service Representative at 803-648-7803 to complete your reservation form. You will receive an email with your parking reservation number, destination airport (KAIK), approved arrival time, and date of reservation. Please note: the Online Reservation System will be effective from Monday, March 10 - Monday, April 14, 2014. AT KAIK, we have abundant space for aircraft parking and can accommodate general aviation aircraft up to a Global Express.
STEP 2: Contact Aiken Aviation to confirm your arrival details.
To ensure that highest possible service, we suggest that you contact Aiken Aviation (803-648-7803) to confirm your arrival and parking reservation, to provide important contact information, and to advise us of any additional services you require (car rental and transportation, hotel reservations, catering, etc.).
SPECIAL EVENT AND DAILY PARKING FEES:
Special Event Fees are a one-time fee assessed according to aircraft weight and cover your ramp fee and first day of parking.
|TYPE OF AIRCRAFT||SPECIAL EVENT FEES||DAILY PARKING FEES*|
|Piston Single Engine||$25.00||$12.50|
|Piston Multi Engine||$50.00||$25.00|
|Small Jet (under 20,000 lbs.)||$150.00||$75.00|
|Medium Jet (20,000-30,000 lbs.)||$300.00||$150.00|
|Large and Heavy Jet (over 30,000 lbs.)||$400.00||$200.00|
*$1.00 per gallon of fuel purchased will be deducted from your Daily Parking fees.
For your convenience during the Masters, Aiken Aviation offers extended line and customer service hours, additional staffing, as well as additional fuel trucks offering Shell Brand Jet A and Avgas fuels. We can accommodate your quick turn needs, and we have abundant space for aircraft parking.
Our beautiful Executive Terminal offers wireless internet, comfortable customer and pilot lounge areas, flight planning and quiet rooms. During Masters Week, we offer complimentary crew meals.
Aiken offers a variety of hotel choices. Our customer service representatives will be happy to assist with your reservations. Please be advised that due to the proximity to the Augusta National Golf Course, Aiken hotels fill up quickly and hotel rooms for Masters week are non-refundable.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car will be on site an located at the service counter at the back half of the FBO building to handle your rental car needs. Multiple taxi and limousine companies are also available for your transportation needs.
Iacofano's Catering will be on site for your crew meal and inflight catering needs. Please call Iacofano's direclty at 855-485-3663 or place your order here.
The Aiken Municipal Airport has two lighted asphalt runways. Runway 07/25 is 5500 x 100 ft. with PAPI lights and has ILS and RNAV (GPS) approaches. Runway 01/19 is 3800 x 75 ft. Please note that Runway 01/19 will be closed from April 7-14, 2014 for aircraft parking.
Click here to download the 2014 Special Air Traffic Procedures NOTAM
Click here to download information on the Operations in the Augusta Airport System
Click here for driving directions to the Augusta National Golf Course
***The Aiken Unicom frequency is 122.8. In addition, Aiken Aviation has a ground frequency of 122.775 from April 5-14, 2014. Please switch to this frequency after landing for parking instructions and for passenger and crew transportation information.***
All pilots are requested to check in at the FBO Customer Service counter on arrival to provide local contact information, service requirements, and departure information to aid in providing timely service and managing the ramp space.
Fuel orders are taken at the FBO customer service counter only and must be recorded on a Fuel Order form. For your convenience, you may place your fuel order here. Your order will go directly to Customer Service. Please indicate on the form that you would like a confirmation that your order has been received and make sure you receive the confirmation. Fuel servicing is provided on a first come, first served priority based on departure requirements. To meet your fueling requirements in a timely manner, we will have additional fuel trucks and line personnel on duty.
Aiken Aviation has plenty of room for aircraft parking; however, there may be times when line personnel need to move parked aircraft to make the most efficient use of ramp space or to move up an aircraft to prepare for departure. Pilots are requested to leave their aircraft configured to tow. When you check in at the FBO customer service counter, please let a Customer Service Representative (CSR) know if the aircraft is not configured to tow, if you would like to be contacted before moving your aircraft, or if you have special concerns about towing the aircraft. For your convenience, we have wheel chocks available.
Ramp (Parking) Area:
Ramp (parking) areas are congested with aircraft, vehicles, and pedestrians. The ramps are non-movement areas and are not controlled by Air Traffic Control (ATC). Pilots operating in these areas do so at their own risk. When taxiing in a parking area, be alert for parked aircraft, taxiing aircraft, aircraft with engines running, and vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Taxiing during hours of darkness or limited visibility is more demanding and requires greater attention. Pilots are reminded to contact Aiken Unicom (122.8) prior to entering an active taxiway.
The City of Aiken does not impose fees on any aircraft landing at the Aiken Municipal Airport regardless of weight or size.
Helicopter traffic will not use the normal designated helicopter parking area. Helicopter pilots should follow the line personnel instructions and anticipate parking in the flagged grass areas.
Formation flights, practice approaches, and touch-and-go operations are prohibited from April 6-14, 2014.