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KPSM Portsmouth International Airport at Pease
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA

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FAA INFORMATION EFFECTIVE 09 NOVEMBER 2017

Location

FAA Identifier: PSM
Lat/Long: 43-04-40.6000N / 070-49-23.8000W
43-04.676667N / 070-49.396667W
43.0779444 / -70.8232778
(estimated)
Elevation: 100.4 ft. / 30.6 m (surveyed)
Variation: 16W (2005)
From city: 1 mile W of PORTSMOUTH, NH
Time zone: UTC -5 (UTC -4 during Daylight Saving Time)
Zip code: 03801

Airport Operations

Airport use: Open to the public
Activation date: 01/1946
Control tower: yes
ARTCC: BOSTON CENTER
FSS: BANGOR FLIGHT SERVICE STATION
NOTAMs facility: PSM (NOTAM-D service available)
Attendance: CONTINUOUS
Wind indicator: lighted
Segmented circle: no
Beacon: white-green (lighted land airport)
Operates sunset to sunrise.
Fire and rescue: ARFF index E
International operations: customs landing rights airport

Airport Communications

UNICOM: 122.95
ATIS: 132.05 273.5
PORTSMOUTH GROUND: 120.95 275.8
PORTSMOUTH TOWER: 128.4 269.0
BOSTON APPROACH: 125.05
BOSTON DEPARTURE: 125.05 125.05 291.0 395.8
CLEARANCE DELIVERY: 335.8
ANG-OPNS: 141.95 323.8
EMERG: 121.5 243.0
GCA: 227.125
IC: 125.05
RADAR: 127.05 227.125
WX ASOS at DAW (13 nm N): 135.275 (603-332-7814)
WX AWOS-3PT at SFM (20 nm N): 120.025 (207-324-1958)
  • TA31 ASR/PAR OPERATED BY ANG DURING ANG OPERATIONS.
  • GCA - OPR 1300-2200Z++ MON-FRI OR BY NOTAM. 127.05 227.125

Nearby radio navigation aids

VOR radial/distance  VOR name  Freq  Var
PSM at fieldPEASE VOR/DME116.5016W
ENEr221/22.8KENNEBUNK VOR/DME117.1017W
LWMr046/23.5LAWRENCE VOR/DME112.5015W
MHTr077/27.1MANCHESTER VOR/DME114.4015W
CONr119/34.0CONCORD VOR/DME112.9015W

 
NDB name  Hdg/Dist  Freq  Var  ID
ROLLINS195/8.526016WESG . ... --.

Airport Services

Fuel available: 100LL JET-A J8
AVBL AT ANG 603-430-2459.
Parking: hangars and tiedowns
Airframe service: MAJOR
Powerplant service: MAJOR
Bottled oxygen: HIGH/LOW

Runway Information

Runway 16/34

Dimensions: 11321 x 150 ft. / 3451 x 46 m
Surface: asphalt/concrete/grooved, in fair condition
FIRST 1000 FT BOTH ENDS CONC-GRVD; REMAINDER ASPH-GRVD.
Weight bearing capacity: 
Single wheel: 75.0
Double wheel: 209.0
Double tandem: 400.0
Dual double tandem: 850.0
Runway edge lights: high intensity
EDGE LIGHTS ARE 24 INCHES TALL; 85 FT FM CNTRLN.
Runway edge markings: 16/34 DOUBLE FACED DISTANCE MARKERS BOTH SIDES OF RY AT 1000 FT INTERVALS.
RUNWAY 16  RUNWAY 34
Latitude: 43-05.476672N43-03.877953N
Longitude: 070-50.049995W070-48.743352W
Elevation: 94.2 ft.84.3 ft.
Gradient: 0.3% DOWN0.1%
Traffic pattern: rightleft
Runway heading: 165 magnetic, 149 true345 magnetic, 329 true
Displaced threshold: 803 ft.no
Declared distances: TORA:11321 TODA:11321 ASDA:11321 LDA:10518TORA:11321 TODA:11321 ASDA:11321 LDA:11321
Markings: precision, in good conditionprecision, in good condition
Visual slope indicator: 4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path)4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path)
RVR equipment: touchdowntouchdown
Approach lights: MALSR: 1,400 foot medium intensity approach lighting system with runway alignment indicator lightsMALSR: 1,400 foot medium intensity approach lighting system with runway alignment indicator lights
Touchdown point: yes, no lightsyes, no lights
Instrument approach: ILSILS
Obstructions: 58 ft. trees, 2200 ft. from runway, 34:1 slope to clear
50:1 TO DISPLACED THRESHOLD.
none

Airport Ownership and Management from official FAA records

Ownership: Publicly-owned
Owner: PEASE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
360 CORPORATE AVENUE
PORTSMOUTH, NH 03801
Phone 603-433-6536
Manager: KIM W. (BILL) HOPPER, A.A.E
36 AIRLINE DR
PORTSMOUTH, NH 03801
Phone 603-433-6536

Airport Operational Statistics

Aircraft based on the field: 140
Single engine airplanes: 105
Multi engine airplanes: 10
Jet airplanes: 10
Helicopters: 6
Military aircraft: 9
    
Aircraft operations: avg 126/day *
57% local general aviation
18% air taxi
18% military
5% transient general aviation
2% commercial
* for 12-month period ending 30 September 2016

Additional Remarks

ON DEP MAINTAIN RY HEADING TO 1100 FT MSL OR THE END OF THE RY (WHICHEVER OCCURS LAST) PRIOR TO TURNING.
1,000 FT BY 200 FT PAVED OVRN EACH END OF RY 16/34.
LITTLEBROOK AIRPARK LCTD 052 DEG 4.4 NM; TFC PATTERN 1130 FT MSL. FLY DOWNWIND LEG NO CLOSER THAN 1/2 MI FM RY.
NO 180 DEG TURNS FOR ACFT OVER 12500 LBS GWT ON ASPH PORTION OF RY 16/34.
CUSTOMS 24X7X365 CUSTOMS CLEARING AVAILABILITY. STND OFC HRS MON THRU FRI 0900-1630. CUSTOMS MUST BE ARRANGED IN ADVANCE AT 603-422-0910.INT'L ARRIVALS MUST ARRANGE FOR GROUND HANDLING PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. FBO 603-430-1111/128.825 ARINC.
RY 34 IS PREFERRED WHEN TAIL WIND COMPONENT IS LESS THAN FIVE KNOTS. RY 16 IS PREFERRED FOR TKF, BETWEEN 2200-0659L, WHEN TAIL WIND COMPONENT IS FIVE KNOTS OR LESS.
ALL INBND ACFT WITH HAZARDOUS CARGO INFO CALL ATCT 60 NM OUT.
PEASE OPERATES UNDER BASH PHASE 1 YEAR ROUND.
CAUTION: HEIGHT GROUP 1 WCH 54 FT.
ANG: PPR CTC COMD POST, DSN 852-2459, C603-430-2459. NETTF - PPR CTC TANKER TASK FORCE (TTF) DSN 852-3485, C603-430-3485. ACFT TRANS THE NHANG RAMP OR ON AN AMC MSN, CTC ANG OPS (PACK CONTROL) 20 MIN PRIOR TO LDG. LTD PAX SVC W/O COORD. FBO WITH MIL CONTRACT AVBL 1-888-732-7324.
ANG RMK: SEE FLIP/AP1 SUPPLEMENTARY ARPT INFO FOR PPR DETAILS. ANG RAMP PPR 72 HR PRIOR.
ANG RMK: CTC AFLD MGMT DSN 852-2458/2407. AFLD MGMT HRS (1200-2030++ MON-FRI, CLSD HOL, SAT-SUN EXC FOR UNIT TRNG). URGENT PPR REQ OUTSIDE AFLD MGMT HR CTC COMD POST DSN 852-2459 C603-430-2459.
ANG RMK: 157 ARW IS FULLY OPR KC135R BASE.
ANG RMK: CTC "PACK CONTROL" ON 323.8 15 MIN PRIOR TO LDG.
TURBULENCE APCH END RY 34 IN STRONG CROSS WINDS.
NO PRACTICE LOW APCH OR TGL 2300-0700 FOR LOCAL-BASED ACFT & 2100-0700 FOR TRANSIENT ACFT OR BEFORE 1200 SUN FOR ALL ACFT.
BIRDS ON AND INVOF ARPT.
NOISE SENSITIVE AREAS OFF BOTH ENDS RY.
TFC PAT: RECTANGULAR 1600 FT MSL OVERHEAD 2100 FT MSL - LIGHT ACFT 1100 FT MSL.
ON OTHER THAN A PUBLISHED IAP--ARRIVING ACFT SHOULD ESTABLISH THEMSELVES ON FINAL APCH AT LEAST 2 NM FROM THE RY THR AT A MIN OF 700 FT MSL.
AVOID CLOSE IN BASE LEGS/SHORT APCHS.

Instrument Procedures

NOTE: All procedures below are presented as PDF files. If you need a reader for these files, you should download the free Adobe Reader.

NOT FOR NAVIGATION. Please procure official charts for flight.
FAA instrument procedures published for use between 9 November 2017 at 0901Z and 7 December 2017 at 0900Z.

 
IAPs - Instrument Approach Procedures
ILS OR LOC RWY 16   download (322KB)
ILS OR LOC RWY 34   download (251KB)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 16   download (251KB)
RNAV (GPS) RWY 34   download (212KB)
Radar Approach Procedures available   download
NOTE: Special Alternate Minimums apply   download (25KB)
 
Departure Procedures
PEASE THREE   download (252KB)
TANKER TWO   download (204KB)
NOTE: Special Take-Off Minimums/Departure Procedures apply   download (178KB)

Other nearby airports with instrument procedures:

3B4 - Littlebrook Air Park (4 nm NE)
KDAW - Skyhaven Airport (13 nm N)
KSFM - Sanford Seacoast Regional Airport (20 nm N)
KLWM - Lawrence Municipal Airport (25 nm SW)
B19 - Biddeford Municipal Airport (28 nm NE)
 
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Sunrise and sunset
Times for 21-Nov-2017
 Local
(UTC-5)
 Zulu
(UTC)
Morning civil twilight06:1311:13
Sunrise06:4411:44
Sunset16:1421:14
Evening civil twilight16:4521:45

Current date and time
Zulu (UTC)  21-Nov-2017 20:30:35
Local (UTC-5)  21-Nov-2017 15:30:35
 
METAR
KPSM 211956Z 21009KT 10SM FEW200 15/M03 A2993 RMK AO2A PK WND 20027/29 SLP138 T01461028 $
KDAW 
13nm N 
211951Z AUTO VRB05G17KT 10SM CLR 13/M02 A2992 RMK AO2 SLP129 T01331022
KSFM 
19nm N 
211956Z AUTO 21009G14KT 10SM 14/M03 A2993 RMK AO2 SLP139 T01391028 $
TAF
KPSM 211720Z 2118/2218 19008KT P6SM FEW250 FM220000 21004KT P6SM SCT250 FM221200 VRB05KT P6SM OVC050 PROB30 2212/2218 4SM -RA BKN005
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