New Hampshire Pilots Association
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|ALTON BAY (B18)||Paul LaRochelle |
|COBBETTS POND (35NH)||David DeVries |
|CONCORD MUNI (CON)||bruce frans |
|DILLANT-HOPKINS (EEN)||Beth Bendel |
|HAMPTON AIRFIELD (7b3)||Mike Hart |
|LACONIA MUNI (LCI)||Diane Cooper |
|MOUNT WASHINGTON RGNL (HIE)||Bruce Hutchings |
|MOUNTAIN VIEW FIELD (NH31)||Walter Fawcett |
If you are a New Hampshire Pilots Association member and your
airport is not listed, please consider becoming a New Hampshire Pilots Association Airport Representative.
For more information contact the our Airport Representative Program Coordinator.
Click Here for Airport Representative information: NHPA AIRPORT REPS.
Is Your Airport Part of the AOPA Airport Support Network?
The AOPA Airport Support Network (ASN) is a special group of volunteers dedicated to promoting
and protecting community airports.
The program's goal is to have an ASN volunteer appointed at every public-use airport in the country
to serve as an "early warning system" for local airport issues.
to ensure your airport has an AOPA Airport Support Network volunteer.
If it does not, then consider nominating yourself or someone you know for this
critically important role.
Note: While some ASN volunteers go above and
beyond the basic responsibilities, there are really two basic duties: to be "in the know"
at the airport and to let AOPA know if anything threatens the airport.
ASN volunteers are pilots who should be based at the airport (whether they own or rent aircraft)
for which they're hoping to be appointed.