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Reconstruct taxilanes and pavements on the south end of the airport
Update the Airport Master Plan
Groove, Seal and remark Runway 14/32
Purchase snow removal equipment (SRE) (grader with wing plow)
Reconstruct taxilanes and pavements on the north end of the airport
Purchase SRE (grader and wing plow)
Design and construct a relocated Taxiway A
Purchase a chassis mounted rotary snow plow
Construct SRE (snow removal equipment) building
Reclaim and repave Hotel Ramp
Replace hazard beacons
Design and construct a new air traffic control tower
Acquire land in the RPZ (Runway Protection Zone)
Reconstruct taxilanes and pavements in the central portion of the airport
Construct terminal building
Construct perimeter roadway along entire airport
Purchase SRE (one-ton stainless steel bump body with plow with spreader)
The Airport is beginning work on updating the Airport Master Plan which is a sort of road map for the future development of the airport. We will be putting together a Master Planning Committee of interested individuals to help assist us in this process. Interested candidates should contact the airport management office.
To the right is the most recent Technical Supplement to the Airport Master Plan as updated in 2000.
NASHUA AIRPORT RESIDENTS
CONSTRUCTION INFORMATION ON NASHUA AIRFIELD PAVEMENTS (RUNWAY 32 END) PHASE II
Phase II of the pavement project will be completed ahead of schedule. Effective Saturday, June 10, 2017 all hangars tenants can return to their prospective hangars.
PLEASE HELP US TAKE CARE OF THE NEW ASPHALT
To avoid scarring, do not pull out too fast, or stop too quickly on the new pavement. During the initial curing time, 6-12 months, try not to park in the same spot all the time.
Do not turn your steering wheel back and forth when your vehicle is not moving - MAKE SURE THE CAR IS IN MOTION. Please avoid sharp turns!
Large heavy vehicles can depress and cause ruts in new blacktop. If a vehicle will be stored for a long period of time, place a piece of plywood under tires.
The edges are the weakest part of new pavement due to the lack of side support. Do not drive on the edges, since they will crack and crumble in time.
Also, please keep vehicular traffic on the pavement and not on the grass areas.
Thank you all so very much for your patience and cooperation. It is our goal to be the first choice airport in the region for General Aviation pilots, attracting businesses and fostering a culture of education and enthusiasm for aviation.
Each funding year, all of the NPIAS (National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems) airports meet with the NH DOT Bureau of Aeronautics to discuss their CIP. New Hampshire participates in FAA's Block Grant Program in which the NHDOT acts as FAA's funding and regulatory arm. The CIP is how the airport intends to use FAA funds earmarked for the improvements of America's eligible airports. The CIP is an ever evolving and changing document as the airport and FAA's priorities change and as funding levels fluctuate from year to year. Below are the projects Nashua Airport hopes to accomplish in the next ten years. There is no particular priority of the projects listed here: