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Please visit Cape Air at www.capeair.com, call them at 800-227-3247, or visit our Book a Flight page.
You can report noise complaints or other matters by sending an email to email@example.com.
Federal Aviation Administration design criteria in-place since the early 1980s shows that the Runway Safety Areas should extend 1,000 feet beyond each of the 4 runway ends at Lebanon Airport; and 3 out of 4 runway ends to not meet criteria. The Runway Safety Area Project is to improve the Runway Safety Areas to design criteria. Please call the Airport Manager at 603-298-8878 with any questions or concerns.
Airline (Cape Air), aircraft hangars and tie downs, Granite Air Center at 603-298-6555. Also we offer aircraft maintenance, service, and catering (Granite Air Center), helicopter sales, service. Flight instructions are also available through Sharkey's Helicopters at 603-298-8728, flight instruction, discovery flights, and scenic flights with Leading Edge Aviation - Northeast 603-298-8191. Also we offer aircraft charter through Catamount Air Transport, 603-298-8191. For more information, please visit our website at https://flyleb.com.
Helicopter flight instruction, discovery flights, and scenic flights provided by Sharkeys Helicopters, contact them at 603-298-8728 or
Definitely! Contact Airport Manager at 603-298-8878 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Tours and Outings page.
Drone flyers are required to obtain prior authorization from the FAA before flying in controlled airspace around airports. For more information, please visit the
USING A CRANE NEAR THE LEBANON AIRPORT
The Federal Aviation Administration requires a permit for ANY crane work within a 3-mile radius of any airport. The distance may be increased if the work is in the direct line of a runway – considered to be within the “glide path” of aircraft during takeoff or landing. The glide path is defined as a 1 foot per 100 feet slope beginning at the closest point of any runway. Work may be allowed if the max. height of the crane is below the glide path after compensations for topographical elevations are calculated.
You must file with the FAA at least 45 days prior to construction if:
If you require additional information regarding the filing requirements for your structure, please identify and contact the appropriate FAA representative using the Air Traffic Areas of Responsibility map for Off Airport construction, or contact the FAA Airports Region / District Office for On Airport construction.
The FAA hosts a web based tool to assist contractors in determining if a hazard exists and if an FAA Permit is required at: https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/gisTools/gisAction.jsp?action=showNoNoticeRequiredToolForm.
The consequences of not having an FAA permit are:1) the jobsite will be shut down and2) a substantial fine.