Can someone tell me what I'm missing? I usually see a [-#] that denotes the airspace above a class delta. I believe KEDC (Austin Executive) is a class delta based on the chart supplement.
Attached is the VFR sectional from vfrmap.com:
This looks odd to me.
The supplement (3 Jan 2019) does indicate class D operations:
AIRSPACE: CLASS D svc 1200–0400Z‡ other times CLASS E.
But the current (August 2018) Airspace Designations and Reporting Points doesn't list class D airspace for it, only class E. This matches the sectional shown.
When I look at another part-time airport (like Drake Field/FYV), the airspace is listed both as class D and class E as expected, and the height of the class D is given.
Perhaps something needs to be updated?
UPDATE Yes, looks like the control tower opened at KEDC Feb 2018. It should eventually be charted. Until then, NOTAMS...
!EDC 01/001 EDC AIRSPACE CLASS G SFC AREA CHANGED TO CLASS D 1901031200-PERM
And the update section of the supplement.
8 Nov 2018 No Major Changes.
3 Jan 2019 Add AUSTIN, TX Class D: That airspace extending upward from the surface to and including 3,000 feet MSL within a 4.1-mile radius of Austin Executive Airport, excluding the Austin Class C airspace. This Class D airspace area is effective during the specific dates and times established in advance by a Notice to Airmen. Revise AUSTIN, TX Class E: That airspace extending upward from 700 feet above the surface within a 14-mile radius of 30º17´55″ N, 97º42´06″W ....
I don't know why the airspace change is marked as Jan 2019 when the tower opened in Feb.
This interested me enough to actually call the tower in order to hear some kind of explanation from a tower controller. The only explanation I got was that the ceiling, when active class D, was 3000 feet. I asked how anyone would know this and she told me that it was "published." I'm not sure where it's published but the conclusion we both came to is that the charts coming out in the next cycle (in a few days) should have the 3000 ft ceiling denotation.