Airport Info

UNOFFICIAL AIRPORT DATA

Airport Manager
Timothy Deike
94-155 Leo’ole Street Suite B204
Waipahu, HI 96797
Phone – 808 954 4829
Email – Timothy.deike@chugachgov.com

Henderson Field PMDY Airport Info

Unicom: 126.2
ARINC:
Identifier: PMDY
FAA Identifier:  PMDY
Lat:  28-12-13.2170N
Long: 177-22-46.2690W

28-12.220283N
177-22.771150W 28.2036714
177.3795192

Elevation:  13 ft. / 4 m
(estimated)

WX AWOS-3:  118.325
(808-674-8237) ADVSY:  126.2 257.8
EMERGENCY:  121.5 / 243.0

MidwayIsland RunWay_24a

NOAA Automated Weather Reporting
Midway Weather Info
Henderson Field – Wikipedia Info

18 thoughts on “Airport Info

  1. I was there from Jan., 1967-July, 1967 with the Air Force. I was in the Military Airlift Command so we had all cargo planes. Our main plane to service was the C-130s that were going back and forth from Viet Nam. The island was quite different then. There was no civilian autos, only military. We were all issued bicycles to get around on. There were no women and no civilians there at that time.
    It was quite beautiful and quiet. I will never forget my time there.

  2. Hi! Does any one have memories of what the island was like during Vietnam war? My husband was stationed there was a “weather guesser” during the 70’s. Does anyone know what kind of planes landed on the Island during that time. Sorry I don’t have memories of such an amazing place trying to help my husband remember that time—he struggles with memory loss from medical issues caused by time on Midway.

  3. I would love to return to this beautiful place. I was there in 91 and 92. It made an impact on my life and i tell all that will listen to the beauty of this place. I have spent the past 20 years in airfield maintiance and operations. I would love to spend a couple or a few years there working. I helped clean the shores before and would do so again. I would like to know how to apply for employment on the island. Also photographing and documenting life there.

  4. Most beautiful and historic spot on earth. I served there for 16 months during the mid-late 60s. Tragic what Clinton administration allowed to happen once Fish and Wildlife came in. Heartbreaking to those of us who were there once upon a time.

  5. I lived there in the mid/late fifties. My Dad was stationed there. I was just a small child, but I remember the nest on the ground, the bicycles. Oh to go and visit. Perhaps someday

    1. I was there 1959, 2nd grade. We have 8mm movies from that time period. My ship returned in 1972 to resupply heading east back to Mayport
      Fl. 3rd generation USN.

  6. Nice post. I learn something new and challenging on sites I stumbleupon every day.
    It will always be useful to read through articles from other authors and practice
    a little something from their websites.

  7. Scrolling through the names of all who attended George C. Cannon sure brought back a lot of great memories. I remember so many of my childhood friends and wonder how they are doing today.

  8. My Son, my Father & Myself are very interested in visiting the Island I was born to and that our family was stationed. Any travel information or tips to visit would greatly be appreciated. Thank You Very Much,

    1. 1966-1969 visited many times. I would love to see it again. When we would fly in the NAS would tell the weather but more important was the bird activity.

      1. I m a DAV Service Officer helping a vet who was stationed Midway Island most of 1966.
        I would like to communicate with you.

        1. Hi, I’m actively doing research of Midway Island, not sure if the info I’ve found so far would be helpful, but happy to share. My husband was stationed there during the early 70’s.

  9. It made me very sad to watch the recommended video. Midway Island – Battle lost to U.S. Fish and Wildlife service. What a waste. If given the opportunity, I would live on Midway and work everyday to preserve the history and memories of the fallen heroes of WWll.

  10. I would like to visit the island in November. My father was the officer in charge of the Seabee unit that redid the airstrips.

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