Concord Regional Airport - JQF
Runway 2 - 7400'
Runway 20 - Landing Beyond Threshold 6750'
Runway 20 - Landing 7000'
Weight bearing capacity: 129,000 lbs.
Runway is grooved with inpavement lighting system
Full instrument landing system
Elevation 705 ft.
FAA 139: Class I
On-site aircraft fire and rescue:
ARFF: Index B; Index C available upon request
Please follow the established NBAA noise abatement procedures when using our facility. Remember our neighbors and FLY QUIETLY!
Tower 134.65 (CTAF when tower is closed)
Note: often one controller is handling all frequencies
UNICOM: 122.95 - (City of Concord FBO)
AWOS III: 133.675 ......(704) 785-2145
RTR: 127.25 CLT Clearance
Charlotte approach: 128.32/120.05
Glideslope: 330.95 / DME: 1143.00
Localizer, MALSR, REIL, PAPI, WSI, BEACON, SEG:CIRCLE and Windcone
1 helicopter pad
For advanced reservations call (704) 920-5900 or fax (704) 793-1215 or try our Advance FBO Service Request on-line form.
ATTENTION: A Service Bulletin for some Meridian, Mirage, & Matrix aircraft has been issued by Piper Aircraft Company on 12/9/11 regarding required procedures that must be followed prior to moving the aircraft. Effective immediately, if your aircraft is covered under this service bulletin, the aircraft owner or pilot must be present to perform the service procedure before we can move the aircraft. Please make sure your contact information is on file at the front counter.
EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010, THE FAA IS NO LONGER MAILING PAPER COPIES OF "AD" OR "SAIB"
As of March 1, 2010, the FAA no longer mails paper copies of Airworthiness Directives (ADs) or Special Airworthiness Information Bulletins (SAIBs) to individual aircraft owners. Instead the FAA is providing this information through a new email service known as GovDelivery and needs pilots and aircraft owners to sign-up for this free service at http://rgl.faa.gov or calling the FAA directly at (405) 954-4103.
The information will also be available on-line throught the Regulartory Guidence Library (RGL) at the following website: http://rgl.faa.gov.
Emergency ADs are not affected at this time and will still be mailed.
NOTICE TO PILOTS FLYING TO, NEAR, OR THROUGH THE WASHINGTON DC. AREA. NEW REGULATIONS WENT INTO EFFECT FEBRUARY 2009 THAT DESIGNATE A NEW SPECIAL FLIGHT RULES AREA (formerly known as ADIZ) AND INCLUDE NEW TRAINING REQUIREMENTS.
AOPA is advising and reminding all pilots flying within 60 nautical miles of the Washington D.C. VOR that they need to have completed the FAA's Navigating the ADIZ/SFRA online course and optain a course completion certificate. Information on the course can be found at www.faasafety.gov or visiting www.aopa.org/adizfaa