Airport Vitals

N: 41-43

W: 069-59.37

Elevation: 68 feet

Pattern Altitude: 1068 feet

Runway: 6-24 3001 x 100

Approaches: GPS, RNAV, NDB

ASOS: 508. 945. 5034

Hours: Daylight

Pilots Notes

Be sure to check the runway before takeoff, large number of seagulls like to hang around on the runway during low overcast days, early morning and late evenings.

Pilot controlled lighting is on 122.95 Not the CTAF/UNICOM Frequency of 122.8

On hot summer days, the approach to runway 6 can have a sink-hole effect because of the lift created from the large parking lot 200 ft. from the end of the runway.

Check the windsock because the winds can be different from the ASOS report.

Off-shore fog can move in very quickly over the runway.

The first visible sign of the airport from 5 - 10 miles out are the two water towers at the 24 end of the runway. They are painted orange and white checks on the top and stand at 200 ft.

Cape clearance on 127.3 can be difficult to reach at the ends of the runway at times requiring you to taxi back to the parking area.