About BKC Airport
Buckland Airport (IATA: BKC, ICAO: PABL, FAA LID: BVK, formerly 7K5) is a publicly-owned airport located in Buckland, a city in the Northwest Arctic Borough of Alaska, USA. The airport is situated on the Buckland River and is approximately one nautical mile (1.85 km) southwest of the city’s central business district.
Covering an area of 184 acres (74 hectares) at an elevation of 31 feet (9 meters) above mean sea level, Buckland Airport features a single gravel runway designated 11/29. The runway measures 3,200 by 75 feet (975 x 23 meters) in size.
It’s worth noting that the airport’s location identifiers may differ between organizations. The FAA assigns the identifier BVK, while the IATA designates it as BKC. The airport’s ICAO identifier is PABL. Please note that the IATA has assigned the BVK identifier to Huacaraje, Bolivia, not Buckland Airport.
The near by airports are Granite Mountain Airport , Deering Airport , Selawik Airport ,Haycock Airport, Curtis Memorial Airport
Flights Available Following Destinations From Buckland Airport
|Anchorage (ANC)||Kivalina (KVL)||Noorvik (ORV)||Cape Lisburne (LUR)|
|United States||Point Hope (PHO)||Kobuk (OBU)||Kiana (IAN)|
|Nome (OME)||Ambler (ABL)||Noatak (WTK)||Selawik (WLK)|
Top Airlines Operate from Buckland Airport
|Bering Air (8E)|
Facts And Other Information Buckland Airport
Postal address- Buckland, AK, United States
IATA Code:- BKC
Runway:- Single 3,535 M (11,598 Ft) Runway, 05r/23l