Please Use Common Sense and be Considerate to Airport Neighbors

  • No intersection takeoffs.
  • No turns until reaching 500' MSL.
  • Reduce power/rpm as soon as safe and practical.
  • Pattern work, especially touch-and-goes, is discouraged at night and on weekend and holiday mornings.
  • No stop and goes.
  • Fly Right Traffic for Runway 30 and Left Traffic for Runway 12.
  • Avoid flying over Seton-Coastside Hospital, located just North of the airport.
  • Maintain pattern altitude (1000' MSL) until necessary to descend for landing.
  • Avoid flying over homes whenever possible.
  • No straight-in arrivals.
  •  Arrivals from the west fly overhead the airport at or above 1,500 MSL; continue outbound until clear of the traffic pattern and make a normal 45° entry into the downwind leg at 1000' MSL.
  • Aircraft over 12,500 pounds prohibited without prior approval from the airport manager.
  • Use common sense and be considerate to airport neighbors.
**Most aircraft noise is generated by propeller tip noise.  This is especially true when propeller tip speeds approach supersonic speeds.  Even a small reduction of 100 to 200 RPM can produce a significant decrease in noise levels.