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CLICK HERE TO ENLARGE OUR BANNER, Created by Peter Bruckner
 
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Link to SAAC web page
SKYHAVEN AIRPORT
ADVISORY COUNCIL

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Click Here to open GA Serves America website by AOPA
Click Here for WMUR Storm Watch Interactive weather map.
CLICK HERE TO LOAD DOPLER RADAR OF SKYHAVEN AREA

Airport Facility Directory
Now Called 
CHART SUPPLEMENT
or
DCS (digital chart supplement)

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Click here to visit the Skyvector Website
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TFR LINKS
&
Restricted Airspace
CLICK HERE TO SEE TFR LIST FROM AOPA
CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE FAA TFR SITE

FAA TFR MAP

Google Earth 3D TFR's
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Google Earth 3D 
Class B & Class C
and
Sectionals & more
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Click here to DOWNLOAD Google Earth 3D Sectionals




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TAXILANE AND DRAINAGE RECONSTRUCTION
PROJECT SCHEDULE UPDATE
The Pease Development Authority is planning to reconstruct the drainage and taxilanes around the T-hangars. This project will include the complete reconstruction of the paved areas around each T-hangar, up to the hangars themselves. 
The contractor has changed the phasing.
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UPD 5-7-17
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CONGRATULATIONS KENN ORTMANN
At the SAAC meeting on Friday, Kenn Ortmann was presented with a plaque to recognize and thank him for his many years on the SAAC, and formerly the SAOC. He was Vice Chair for many years and has been a very active member during his tenure since 2002. Recently, Kenn has left the SAAC as he is moving from Rochester to Belfast, ME.
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6-5-16  On Saturday June 4, mother nature was nice and gave us a beautiful day. Thousands attend the Skyhaven Wings and Wheels event to benefit Gerry Food Pantry. Click on the video below to see some of the activities.
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How to Protect Astronauts from Space Radiation 7-21-17: I've read articles about airline pilots getting exposed to Cosmic Rays, although most of the dangerous radiation coming from outer space is filtered by the earth's magnetic field. However, when you go in outer space, you have two types of radiation to contend with.  One is the radiation from CME's from our sun, the other is Cosmic Radiation coming in from outer space. Scientist are working on a material that will block the radiation that's called "Hydrogenated boron nitride nanotubes." This material contains hydrogen which is the prime ingredient to block those pesky protons from destroying your DNA.
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Rangeley Lakes 2nd Annual Fly In & Air Show 7-20-17: Here's an excerpt from the (http://www.rangeleymaine.com/calendar/event/2965) webpage:
Come join us July 22  in Rangeley, Maine for the 2nd Annual Rangeley Lakes Fly In & Air Show at the Steven A. Bean Municipal Airport in Rangeley (8B0).  This is going to be an amazing event that will draw crowds from all areas of New England.  We will have a fly- in for pilots, with the airplanes on display for spectators.
Here's a link where the below poster info came from:(http://www.rangeleyairshow.com/)

 
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VFR To Nowhere:  7-18-17: Thinking about going for a plane ride? Click on this link (http://skyhavennh.com/weather.html#metars) and you'll know in 2 seconds if you're going anywhere. Looks like today is a good day to read up on the latest GPS ADS-B information. You might also brush up on Flight Following, ATC terminology and class B,C, & D airspace. The new Garmin GTX 345 will tell you if you vary more than plus or minus 250 feet from you selected altitude. ATC may not be that generous. How about +/- 50 feet? That can be a challenge without autopilot. By the time you finish switching pages on the GPS, checking the right zoom, clearing the map clutter, setting the next radio frequency, checking ATIS... oops, I just lost 150 feet and 10 degrees on heading... and don't forget to keep looking out the window for traffic!
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It's not required reading, but contains information that is...
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