Runway 15/33 Rehabilitation/Closures - Updated 5/25/2017
UPDATE: Work continues to progress rapidly and ahead of schedule. If all goes well, the project should be completed before July 4th weekend.
As of Wednesday May 18th, Runway 1-19 was closed so that work could continue through the intersection of Runway 15-33. Runway 1-19 is open for taxiing aircraft only between Taxiway C southbound to Runway 1.
The next disruption will occur after Memorial Day for about 2 weeks when Taxiway W and N will be closed where it intersects the the approach end of Runway 15. Aircraft using Runway 24 may have to back taxi from Taxiway C during the closure. Aircraft landing on Runway 24 may need to proceed to Runway 1-19 or Taxiway W to exit the runway after landing.
This schedule can change due to weather or other circumstances, please check FOK NOTAMS for latest updates and plan accordingly. Click on "On Line Documents" to view map of construction areas.
Visit the Apron Café for Breakfast or Lunch
Located on the airfield at the Terminal Apron at the base of the Control Tower. Serving breakfast and lunch every day except Tuesday. Call 631-684-9996 or visit them on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/theaproncafe/
July 2016 - NEW Drone Requirements
See FAA website for latest information - https://www.faa.gov/uas/
Updated Rules Begin August 2016 - http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2016/06/21/faa-commercial-drone-rules/85641170/
All aircraft weighing more than 0.55 pounds and less than 55 pounds including payloads such as on-board cameras, must be registered with the Federal Aviation Administration.
Anyone planning to operate their drone in the vicinity of the airport must contact the Airport Manager and Air Traffic Control Tower prior to any operations within Class D Airspace (within 5 miles of the airport).
Air Traffic Control Tower Phone Number for Drone Operations - 631-723-7193
Airport Managers Office (Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm) – 631-852-8095
Follow all rules and guidelines. Be safe and do not interfere with other aircraft flying to and from the airport. Any potentially unsafe operations can be denied use of the airspace.
Francis S. Gabreski Airport is a general aviation airport located on 1,451 acres in the Town of Southampton on eastern Long Island. Owned and operated by the County of Suffolk, the Airport has 3 Runways including one 9,000 feet long - among Long Island's longest.
The Airport is utilized by private aviation, corporate businesses, and air taxi services. Fixed Based Operator (FBO) SheltAir, provides services including fuel, parking and aircraft services. They can be reached at phone number, 631 288-9866 or 631 288-5453.
Gabreski Airport is home to the 106th Rescue Wing of the Air National Guard - a very important entity to Suffolk County, New York State, and the Nation. With long range flying capabilities, the 106th operates over-water search and rescue missions, from the Azores to the Bahamas. The unit also assists in disaster relief and other state emergencies. The 106th Rescue Wing, New York Air National Guard, is the parent organization of the Oldest Air National Guard unit in the Country, the 102nd Rescue Squadron tracing its roots back to the 1st Aero Squadron which was formed in 1908 in New York. Visit their web site at http://www.106rqw.ang.af.mil/
The Airport is also home of the Hampton Business District, an Industrial Park which planned for over 400,000 square feet of industrial and office space. The first 60,000 square foot building was completed in 2014. The Park promotes economic growth for the local community by coordinated and creative development of the site and is suitable for multiple uses. The collaborative vision of the Town and County for the APDD site is that it will be developed as a corporate center with emphasis on high-technology, homeland security, and communications industries. Follow this link for more information - http://www.hamptonbusinessdistrict.com/
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