Chart Supplements cover all public/private airports, seaplane bases, heliports, and military bases in the United States, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and Pacific Territories. They are designed to be used in conjunction with VFR Sectional Charts, High and Low Enroute (IFR) Charts and more.

The Supplements provide information that cannot be found on sectional charts, such as; airport hours of operation, types of fuel available, runway data, airport lighting, weather data, airspace, special notices, and operational procedures, etc.

Supplements should always be reviewed prior to any flight into an unfamiliar airport to better understand the airport environment.

Chart Supplements are published every 56 days.

You can download and print the Chart Supplements from the FAA website (link below), which will save time and money. Plus you don’t need to carry a thick book.

Supplement Breakdown


  • Henderson Exec (HND)(KHND) – Is the airport name, in this case Henderson Executive along with the airport identifier (HND) and ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) identifier (KHND).

  • 11 S - The airport is located 11 south of the city of Henderson, NV.

  • UTC-8(-7DT) - The time is -8 hours from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

  • N35°58.37’ W115°08.06’ - The GPS coordinates represents the geographical center of the airport area. The field elevation is 2491 feet MSL.

  • Chart’s - The airport can be found in the Las Vegas sectional chart and Terminal Area Chart or TAC chart.

  • H-4I, L-7E - Airports with instrument approach procedures can be found on enroute IFR charts, in this case the H-4I High altitude and L-7E Low altitude charts.

  • IAP, AD - This particular airport is associated with Instrument Approach procedures (IAP), along the Approach and Departures (AD).


  • RWY 17R-35L - Runway 17 Right and 35 Left

  • H6501X100 (ASPH) - (H) Hard surface asphalt runway that is 6501 feet in length and 100 feet in width, made of asphalt (ASPH).

  • RWY 17R - is equipped with REIL and a PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator) lights, with four lights across. GA (Glide Angle) is 3.0°.

  • RWY 35L - is also equipped with REIL and a PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator) lights, with four lights across. GA (Glide Angle) is 4.3°, which is steeper do to crossing over a Road.


  • S2 – Is the code used for the type of maintenance services available. Henderson offers Minor airframe and minor powerplant repairs.

  • FUEL - 100LL, JETA fuel is available at the airport.

  • OX 1, 2 (Oxygen) - is available at the airport. Both High/Low Pressure oxygen is available.

  • LGT (Light) - explains the lighting for all of the runways. PAPI are unusable byd (beyond) 3.3 NM fm rwy thr (from runway threshold), and runway 35R PAPI are unusable beyond 3.5 NM from runway threshold