Airport Facilities

Bult Field has excellent facilities that serve all types of general aviation, including single‐engine aircraft, multi‐engine aircraft, small turbine aircraft, helicopters and light sport/ultralights. Some of the airport features include:

Airfield location

  • FAA identifier: C56
  • Airport Reference Point (ARP): N41º22.65´ W87º40.79´ (source FAA AF/D)
  • Field elevation: 790 AMSL
  • Magnetic variation: 03W (2010)
  • 3 miles southeast of Monee
  • Time zone UTC‐5 (UTC‐6 Standard Time)(Central US)

Airfield operational characteristics

  • Open to the public
  • Runway 09‐27: 5,001 feet long by 75 feet wide (concrete)
  • Full concrete parallel taxiway and connectors
  • 139 hangars that serve single‐engine, twin‐engine and small turbine aircraft
  • Large, general aviation tie‐down apron
  • Runway and taxiway edge lighting
  • Non‐precision instrument approach: RNAV (GPS) Runway 09
  • Non‐precision instrument approach: RNAV (GPS) Runway 27
  • Outside Class B airspace and 30-nm Mode C Veil for Chicago
  • Traffic pattern: left
  • Wind indicators at both runway ends


Aircraft Services

  • Jet A full-service during normal business hours.
  • Avgas 100LL self serve pay by credit card 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Engine lubricants


Airfield communications

  • CTAF/Unicom: 123.0
  • Peotone VORTAC (EON): Frequency 113.20 – 8.2nm radial 036
  • Non‐towered facility
  • ARTCC: Chicago Center (ZAU)
  • FSS: Kankakee flight service; 1‐800‐WX‐BRIEF


Primary, commercial and instrument pilot training is welcomed. No nighttime noise restrictions are in effect.