Hello everyone! Since Buffalo is a secondary airport on Wednesday’s ATC schedule. I decided to make a guide for my home airport, Buffalo. Buffalo Niagara International Airport is the 2nd busiest airport outside of the three airports in NYC. The airport serves with 7 airlines.
|American Airlines||Charlotte, Philadelphia, Dallas-Fort Worth|
|American Eagle||Chicago–O’Hare, Philadelphia, Washington-Regan, Dallas-Fort Worth|
|Delta||Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis,|
|Delta Connection||Boston, Detroit, Minneapolis, New York-JFK, New York-LaGuardia|
|Frontier Airlines||Denver, Fort Myers, Miami (resumes December 17th, 2020) Raleigh/Durham, Orlando, Tampa|
|Jetblue||Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, New York-JFK, Orlando|
|Southwest||Baltimore, Chicago-Midway, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Las Vegas, Nashville, Orlando, Phoenix-Sky Harbor, Tampa|
|United Express||Chicago-O’Hare, Newark, Washington–Dulles|
- *Vacation Express flights are operated with a VivaAerobús A320.
|Ameriflight||Binghamton, Elmira, Plattsburgh|
|Fedex||Syracuse, Indianapolis, Memphis, Ottawa|
|UPS||Louisville, Philadelphia, Syracuse, Windsor Locks-Bradley|
|Cargo 06||Used for Sports Charters|
The main runway that they use at Buffalo is Runway 23/05. The other runway they use is runway 14/32.
Currently in Infinite Flight, Buffalo only has arrival procedures. I’m going to show you from what direction to use the procedures.
If runway 23 is in use, the arrival they use in real life is the H23-Z arrival.
If runway 5 is in use, you the arrival they use in real life is H05-Z
So, when your getting the ATIS all set, at Buffalo, no intersection departures are allowed for all runways at Buffalo.
Also, if your controlling approach at Buffalo. If their using runway 23, only visual and GPS approaches is recommended. That’s what they use at Buffalo. If their landing on runway 5, then ILS, visual, and GPS approaches are used in real life. This is just a recommendation, not a requirement.
I hope this helps out for everyone flying into Buffalo and IFATC controlling Buffalo for tomorrow’s Friday Night Flight.