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Lebanon Municipal Airport

Lebanon Municipal Airport is located in picturesque Grafton County. Weather information for the airport is provided through an Automated Surface Observation System and a Limited Aviation Weather Reporting System. Attractions within the airport area include a Shaker Village, Quechee Gorge (Vermont), the Montshire Museum and numerous covered bridges. The airport's proximity to the Ivy League Dartmouth College campus makes it a fine cultural mecca yet it still maintains a traditional New England atmosphere. Other features of the airport include:

Other Interesting Area Information …

  • Lebanon is the largest airport serving the Upper Valley Region and the only airport in New Hampshire north of Manchester with an air traffic control tower.
  • Commercial airline service is provided by US Airways Express with four flights per day to New York LaGuardia and Boston Logan Airports.
  • Lebanon's longest runway is 5,496 feet and there is a precision instrument ILS approach.
  • The major employers in the region include the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hospital, Dartmouth College, Hypertherm, Split Ball Bearing and others use the airport.
  • Signal Aviation operates a full-service fixed base operation (FBO).
  • On-airport car rental services are provided by National, Avis and Hertz.
  • A reconstructed general aviation ramp provides ample parking and the tie-down space for transient and overnight aircraft.
  • Aircraft sales are provided by Signal Aviation and Sharkey's Helicopters.
  • The Airline Passenger Terminal Building has been recently renovated.
  • Lebanon Airport has property available for industrial development and aviation related activity.
  • The airport is planning to construct additional hangars to accommodate growing demand.

Links …

New Hampshire Department of Transportation
PO Box 483 | 7 Hazen Drive | Concord, NH | 03302-0483
Tel: 603.271-3734 | Fax: 603.271.3914

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