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FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 04/25/2019 - 6/20/2019
|Ops||Comms||Services||Owner||Runways||IFR Procs||Current NOTAMs||Remarks|
|FAA Identifier:||NH14 (November-Hotel-One-Four)|
Estimated by STATE on 12/28/2015
|Elevation:||1065 feetSurveyedby STATEon 12/28/2015|
|Magnetic Variation:||[-14W (2019)]|
|From City:||3nmS of Greenfield|
We Have Determined That the Proposed Private Use Landing Area, Will not Adversely Affect the Safe and Efficient Use of the Navigable Airspace by Aircraft, Provided: All Operations are Conducted in VFR Weather Conditions. the Landing Area is Limited to Private Use. a Non-Obstructing Wind Indicator is Maintained Adjacent to the Takeoff/Landing Area. We Recommend That: a Clear 8:1 Approach Slope be Established.Please Notify the FAA Within 15 Days of Completing the Landing Area by Calling the FAA Area Flight Service Station (Afss) Serving Your Landing Area to Let Them Know You are Activating the Landing Area While the Airport Master Record Form is Being Processed. Please Tell the Flight Service Station Representative That You Have Received An Aeronautical Determination from the FAA, and Supply Them with the Name of Your Landing Area and the Coordinates. Please Return the Enclosed Airport Master Record Form to This Office. When the Processing of the Airport Master Record Form is Completed, Your Landing Area Will Have a Site Number and a Permanent Location Identifier. Indicate Whether or not You Would Like to Have Your Landing Area Shown on Aeronautical Charts. Charting Also Depends on the Amount of "Clutter" Already on the Charts Near Your Site.
|Attended:||All year Every day 0700-DUSK (local)|
by State on 12/28/2015
|Surface:||Grass / Sod, Good Condition|
|Runway Lights Edge Intensity:||Fld Intensity|
Non-Standard H1 Marked with 3 Ft Orange Cones.
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