President
Tom Ganse
president@soarfranconia.org

Vice-President
Jess Pauley

 

Secretary
Carol Tewes Ganse
secretary@soarfranconia.org
Treasurer
Peter Eiche
treasurer@soarfranconia.org
     
     

Other Contacts:

 

Board Members
Kathy Lockwood
John Zanchi
Lee Lareau


 

Airport Manager
Jim David

 

 

 

 

 

Chief Instructor/Chief Pilot
Peter Stauble
peterstauble@gmail.com

 

 

 

Social Media Coordinator
Carol Tewes Ganse
social@soarfranconia.org

 

WebMaster
admin@soarfranconia.org 

 

 

 

Correspondence:
Franconia Soaring Association
P.O. Box 956
Franconia, New Hampshire  03580


Airport Address:

Franconia Airport

Manager:  Jim David
Rt.116, Franconia, NH
Tel: (603) 823-5034


Telephone is usually answered 10am-6pm, sometimes we are busy with the planes Friday-Sunday during soaring season, as well as, Mondays during holiday weekends


Airport Information For Visiting Pilots:

Always check the Airport Facility Directory and FSS for latest airport information, NOTAMS, and advisories. Visiting aircraft should be extra vigilant due to heavy glider operations and utilize 2-way radio communications at all times. Be advised that gliders will enter a crosswind leg at mid-field from the west side of the airport and will fly a normal but closer-inpattern. Gliders have the right away over power aircraft. Power traffic should avoid flying over populated areas on the west side of the airport. All power traffic must follow standard 45 degree pattern entry procedures and are urged to enter and depart traffic pattern on the east side of the airport. Please announce all pattern turns on radio if able.Please be aware that staged gliders and ground personal may be on the runway and therefore please allow a safe distance when landing. It is highly recommended that visiting pilots be current with soft and short field landing and takeoff technique. Please contact the flight shack on 122.8 for tie-down area instructions after landing. Before run-up, please make sure that the prop wash is not pointed at ground personal or aircraft on the ground. If departing to the North, please fly the runway heading until over downtown Franconia before initiating a turn.

 

Franconia Airport (1B5), 970' MSL
N44°11.75' W71°44.97'
CTAF/Unicom 122.8
Runway 18/36: 2305'x150' (Turf)
Runway 18: Left traffic pattern.
Runway 36: Right traffic pattern.
Bangor FSS 1-800-WX-BRIEF


No fuel available.