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)
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 (Drive Thru) $ 57.50/mo - 1 yr paid in advance $ 632.50*
Paved $ 50.00/mo - 1 yr paid in advance $ 550.00*
Turf $ 40.00/mo - 1 yr paid in advance $ 440.00*
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.
Monthly aircraft tie downs are available on the following ramps:
Please contact Airport Management at (603) 882-0661
The Nashua Airport Authority members have been working with the airport manager for several months to catalog the various rules and regulations that impact the daily and long term operations of our airport. We are working to get our administrative house in order so that we can move forward to better our airport over the next five, ten and twenty years. Creating this Operating Procedures and Guidelines manual is the first step in that quest.
We have solicited advice from some of our veteran tenants and users and we are listening. Very shortly, we will be posting a draft of this manual here on our website. Please take some time, review its content and provide us with your comments, if you can.
Once this manual is completed and approved, we will update our business standards document, which will be renamed, Minimum Standards for Commercial Operators. We have, and will continue to seek the help and advice of our outstanding airport community in the crafting of these documents.
This current effort has been partly driven by requirements imposed upon us by federal, state and local regulations and this manual demonstrates to those agencies that we are cognizant of these requirements and have addressed them to fit our unique environment.
We are keenly aware of the pleasant and productive community here at ASH and we will do all we can to enhance and promote it. Our goal is to not jeopardize this community environment. This manual simply catalogs various basic guidelines to ensure the safety of our users and preserve safe flight operations here at our airport. It is the Airport Authority’s intent that this manual only be applied proactively, so as to ensure these goals.
To assist interested parties in commenting on this manual, the NAA will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, April 09, 2014 at 6:00 in the evening.
The location for this event will be the Collings Auditorium at DWC on University Drive in Nashua.
As previously requested, anyone interested in providing written comments regarding this manual can do so by delivering them to our office at 93 Perimeter Road, or to the hearing on April 9th. Additionally, verbal comments will be accepted at the hearing.
Finally, as this will be a formal hearing by an administrative body, the hearing will follow established rules:
OPERATING PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES
Donald C. Davidson