HaYnFlyer From United States of America, joined Nov 2008, 126 posts, RR: 0 Posted (4 years 4 months 4 weeks 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 1448 times:
It appears that the lights on the longer runway at OGG (2/20) are not working and this has disabled mainland flights from landing or taking off after dark. The news story is not clear as to whether the interisland airlines with jets (Hawaiian, etc.) can use the shorter runway to operate normally. I've seen jets land on 5/23 but never depart on that runway.
!USD 09/029 (PHOG A0154/05) OGG OPANA TWO DEPARTURE...TAKE-OFF RUNWAY 23: NA. TAKE-OFF RUNWAYS 2,5: CLIMB NORTHEAST BOUND VIA OGG R-030 TO 2100, THEN TURN RIGHT HEADING 100 TO INTERCEPT V11 AT OR ABOVE 4400. TAKE-OFF RUNWAY 20: CLIMBING LEFT TURN DIRECT OGG VORTAC, THEN CLIMB VIA THE OGG R-030 TO 2900, THEN RIGHT TURN HEADING 100 TO INTERCEPT V11 AT OR ABOVE 4400. BARBY TRANSITION: CONTINUE CLIMB TO ASSIGNED ALTITUDE, CROSS OPANA AT OR ABOVE 7000, THEN RIGHT TURN HEADING 110 TO INTERCEPT V15. TAKE-OFF MINIMUMS: FOR BARBY TRANSITION: RUNWAYS 2, 5, 20, STANDARD WITH A MINIMUM CLIMB OF 478 FEET PER NM TO 7000. TAKE-OFF MINIMUMS: FOR SWEEP TRANSITION: RUNWAYS 2, 5, 20, STANDARD WITH A MINIMUM CLIMB OF 478 FEET PER NM TO 4400.
!OGG 04/063 (PHOG A0254/08) OGG TWY F CLSD TO LEFT TURN FROM RWY 2 OVER 80000
!FDC 8/4149 OGG CANCELLED BY FDC 8/4230 ON 12/16/08 12:28
!FDC 8/4148 (PHOG A0664/08) OGG FI/T KAHULUI, KAHULUI, HI. NDB/DME RWY 2, AMDT 2A... PROCEDURE NA EXCEPT FOR AIRCRAFT EQUIPPED WITH SUITABLE RNAV SYSTEM WITH GPS, OGG VORTAC OTS.
Here are all the current NOTAMs for OGG 1816Z on the 25th. Looks like most of the lights have been fixed up to taxiway G and taxiway G is closed anyway Though it looks like the Maui VOR is OTS. It all depends on OP SPECs for 5/23 departures but I would bet anything over a 757 is not allowed. I think UA is limited to to 02/20 even though they have approaches for 23 in the airway manuals for the crews.
HaYnFlyer From United States of America, joined Nov 2008, 126 posts, RR: 0 Reply 3, posted (4 years 4 months 4 weeks 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 1324 times:
Sounds like inter island flights are not affected so passengers on flights diverted to HNL might be able to get to Maui via an interisland carrier. The last flight to Maui is at 9:40pm on HA. It gets dark about 6pm so if your flight arrives to OGG after that hour and the lights are not fixed you will most likely be diverted to HNL. Arriving after 8:30pm and you'll have to stay overnight on Oahu.
RP TPA From United States of America, joined Oct 1999, 829 posts, RR: 0 Reply 4, posted (4 years 4 months 4 weeks 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 1305 times:
Looks like Air Canada's flight last night (AC057/24DEC) diverted to HNL, but then went to OGG about an hour later. Landed HNL 2321, then took off for OGG 0023, landing at 0107. The OGG-YVR flight cancelled, however.