Airpark getting GPS Approach

Holley Mountain Airpark at Clinton, Arkansas, was slated to have an RNAV (GPS) approach published in the Dec. 27 cycle, according to Jim D. Collom, spokesman for the airpark. At the same time that the new approach is published, Collom said the the airport identifier will be changed to K2A2. For complete information on the […]

Holley Mountain Airpark at Clinton, Arkansas, was slated to have an RNAV (GPS) approach published in the Dec. 27 cycle, according to Jim D. Collom, spokesman for the airpark.

At the same time that the new approach is published, Collom said the the airport identifier will be changed to K2A2.

For complete information on the status of the approach and other details about the airpark you can check the airpark website.

E-mail: Holley Mountain Airpark, phone is 501-745-5300.

Holley Mountain Airpark was opened in 1999 with 45 lots of 2 plus acres each. The 4,800 foot runway is paved, lighted, and now will have an instrument approach.

1 comment

  1. The link to Holley Mountain Airpark website in the above article contains a typo. If you notice, when you click on “website” in the above article, you get a message that http://www.holleymoutainairpark.com/ cant be found. The first “n” is missing in the “mountain” part of the URL. Holley Mountain Airparks correct URL is: http://www.holleymountainairpark.com/ Looks like a nice airpark, too!

    Happy Holidays!

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