RUNWAY 14


Latitude:  42-47.211637N
Longitude:  071-31.409978W
Elevation:  200.4 ft.
Gradient:  0.2%
Traffic pattern:  Left
Runway heading:  139 magnetic, 123 true
Displaced threshold:  No
Markings:  Precision, in good condition
Visual slope indicator:  4-light PAPI on right (3.00 degrees glide path)
Approach lights:  MALSR: 1,400 foot medium intensity approach lighting system with runway alignment indicator lights
Runway end identifier lights:  No
Touchdown point:  Yes, no lights
Instrument approach:  ILS, GPS or NDB
Obstructions:  42 ft. tree, 1966 ft. from runway, 639 ft. left of centerline, 42:1 slope to clear

LELAND AERO SERVICE

(603) 882-1185

Double wheel: 80,000 lbs
Double tandem:
133,000 lbs
Runway Edge Lights:
high intensity

Dimensions: 6,000 x 100 ft. / 1,829 x 30 m
Surface:
Asphalt, in excellent condition
Weight Limitations:
Single wheel: 62,000 lbs

NASHUA JET AVIATION
(603) 204-5632

CR HELICOPTERS
(603) 881-4356

EXECUTIVE FLYERS AVIATION

(781) 274-7227

RUNWAY 32


Latitude:  42-46.677985N
Longitude:  071-30.281520W
Elevation:  192.0 ft.
Gradient:  0.2%
Traffic pattern:  Left
Runway heading:  319 magnetic, 303 true
Displaced threshold:  Yes, 350 ft.
Markings:  Nonprecision, in good condition
Visual slope indicator:  4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path) VGSI AND DESCENT ANGLES NOT COINCIDENT.
Approach lights:  No
Runway end identifier lights:  Yes
Touchdown point:   Yes, no lights
Instrument approach:  VOR or GPS
Obstructions:  43 ft. tree, 531 ft. from runway, 295 ft. left of centerline, 8:1 slope to clear

RUNWAY INFORMATION (RWY 14/32)

AIRPORT INFORMATION


Latitude/Longitude:  N42º46.94 ́ W71º30.85'
Elevation: 200 ft. / 61.1 m (surveyed)
Variation 16W (1995)
Distance from City: 3 miles NW of NASHUA, NH

INFINITY AVIATION SERVICES
(603) 598-4526

For Pilots

AIRPORT SERVICES


Fuel available:  100LL JET-A1+
Parking:  hangars and tiedowns
Airframe service:  MAJOR
Powerplant service:  MAJOR
Bottled oxygen:  HIGH/LOW
Bulk oxygen:  HIGH/LOW

INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES


NOT FOR NAVIGATION!    Please procure official charts for flight. FAA instrument procedures published for use between 13 October and 10 November, 2016.  (Note - Effective 11 November, 2016 the NDB-RWY-14 approach will be cancelled and no longer available for use.)

BROUILLETTE AVIATION TRAINING
(603) 595-9059

NASHUA PILOT SHOP
(603) 886-6663

RADIOS


This website was created by an ASH tenant!  It colocates all of ASH's frequencies  any other airport in a single web stream.

AIR DIRECT AIRWAYS
(603) 882-5606

OVERNIGHT PARKING FEES


Transient aircraft can expect to pay the following per night for parking:

Single engine aircraft - $10

Multi-engine aircraft under 12,500 lbs. Max. Takeoff Weight (MTOW) - $15

Aircraft over 12,500 lbs. Max. Takeoff Weight (MTOW) - $25

(Alternative arrangements may be made with Infinity Aviation at

(603) 598-4526)

AIRPORT DIAGRAM

SECTIONAL


NOT FOR NAVIGATION!     Please procure official charts for flight.

93 Perimeter Road Nashua, NH 03063  |  info@nashuaairport.com  |  (603) 882-0661

NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES


Nashua Airport and is situated within a mixed residential and commercial area. In an effort to reduce the impact of aircraft noise on the environment in this area, Nashua Airport has certain procedures for aircraft operating in and around the airport. By following these guidelines as well as exercising care when operating during off hours, we can assure the quality of the surrounding areas and work together in keeping the Nashua Airport and the surrounding community in harmony.


Runups for normal takeoffs are not restricted.


High power runups for maintenance purposes, which would cause excessive run up times will:


a. Be restricted to the Runway 14 holding apron;
b. These runups are restricted to between 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM

All aircraft departing on Runway 14 will climb at runway heading to at least 1000 feet MSL if able and turn on course over the F.E. Everett Turnpike.
All aircraft departing Runway 32 will climb at runway heading to 1000 feet MSL before turning on course.

The traffic pattern altitude at Nashua Airport shall be 1200 feet MSL for light aircraft.

All turboprop, turbo jet and heavy aircraft shall operate in a pattern altitude of 1700 MSL.

The calm wind runway at Nashua Airport will be Runway 32.

FREQUENCIES


CTAF:  133.2
ATIS:  125.1
WX ASOS:  125.1 (603-578-0473)
NASHUA GROUND:  121.8 WHEN ASH ATCT CLSD 121.8 [0700-2100]
NASHUA TOWER:  133.2 [0700-2100]
BOSTON APPROACH:  124.9
BOSTON DEPARTURE:  124.9
CLEARANCE DELIVERY:  121.8 WHEN ASH ATCT CLSD 121.8
WX ASOS at MHT (10 nm N):  PHONE 603-668-8992
WX ASOS at FIT (17 nm SW):  135.175 (978-343-9121)
WX ASOS at LWM (18 nm E):  126.75 (978-687-8017)

AIRPORT OPERATIONAL STATISTICS


Aircraft based on the field:   261
Single engine airplanes:   208
Multi engine airplanes:   30
Jet airplanes:   13
Helicopters:   10


Aircraft operations: 52,435 *
50%  local general aviation
50%  transient general aviation
<1%  air taxi
<1%  military
* for 12-month period ending 31 December 2015

AIRPORT INFORMATION WEBSITES


A wealth of information on all US airports

Wind Indicator: Lighted
Segmented Circle: No
Lights: DUSK-DAWN. WHEN TWR CLSD ACTVT HIRL RY 14/32, REIL RY 32 & MALSR RY 14 - CTAF
AWOS  125.1
Rotating Beacon white-green (lighted land airport)
Landing Fee: Yes.  $1.10 per 1,000 lbs MLW (Effective May 1, 2016)
Airline Operations not certified under FAR Part 139   

CURRENT NOTAMS


Current conditions that pilots should be aware of at ASH

LANDING FEES


Effective May 1, 2016 all aircraft over 12,500 lbs will be charged a landing fee of $1.10 per 1,000 lbs Maximum Landing Weight.

TIE-DOWN PARKING FEES


The Nashua Airport Authority rents tie-down spaces for the following current rates per month (effective July 1, 2013):

Electric $ 75.00/mo - 1 yr paid in advance $ 825.00*
Paved $ 50.00/mo - 1 yr paid in advance $ 550.00*

Please stop by the office to see what spots are available that will suit your specific needs.


(*Advance payment is accepted in the month of July only.)
NOTE:  A 1-1/2% late fee is levied on all accounts 30 days past due
.


For a limited time, new tenants can get half off of a tie-down when they pay for a year in advance!  For an electric tie-down, that's a $450 savings! 


Give us a call at (603) 882-0661 to start saving!

HARVEST AVIATION SERVICES

(603) 882-1113

These on-airport companies at Boire Field offer services to pilots

PILOT WORKSHOPS.COM
(234) 567-9257

THE MIDFIELD CAFÉ
(603) 594-0930

AVAILABLE HANGAR SPACE


Information on short and long term hangar rentals may be found by calling: 

Infinity Aviation (603) 598-4526

WEATHER SOURCES


These should help, but are not a substitute for a full weather brief by a qualified FAA Flight Service weather briefer

Facility Use: Open to the public
Sectional Chart: NEW YORK
Control Tower: Yes
ARTCC: BOSTON CENTER
FSS: Lockheed Martin [1-800-WX-BRIEF]
NOTAMS Facility: ASH (NOTAM-D service available)
Attendance: 0700-2100 lcl
Pattern Altitude: TPA FOR LIGHT ACFT IS 1000 AGL FOR JET AND HEAVY ACFT IS 1500 AGL

AIRPORT OPERATIONS

AIRPORT COMMUNICATIONS


CTAF:  133.2 When ATCT CLSD
ATIS:  125.1
WX ASOS:  125.1 (603-578-0473)
NASHUA GROUND:  121.8 WHEN ASH ATCT CLSD 121.8 [0700-2100]
NASHUA TOWER:  133.2 [0700-2100]
BOSTON APPROACH:  124.9
BOSTON DEPARTURE:  124.9
CLEARANCE DELIVERY:  121.8 WHEN ASH ATCT CLSD 121.8
WX ASOS at MHT (10 nm N):  PHONE 603-668-8992
WX ASOS at FIT (17 nm SW):  135.175 (978-343-9121)
WX ASOS at LWM (18 nm E):  126.75 (978-687-8017)

EAST COAST AERO CLUB
(603) 595-1395