The Laconia Airport – KLCI

Nestled in Lakes Region

Laconia Airport - KLCI

The Laconia Airport is nestled right in the middle of the beautiful Lakes Region in Central New Hampshire. Home to pistons and turbine aircraft the Laconia Airport can accommodate almost any aircraft. Below you can find out information about the details of our beautiful airport.

Runway Information

Runway 08/26
Dimensions: 5890 x 100 ft. / 1795 x 30 m
Surface: Asphalt/Grooved, in good condition
Weight limitations: Single wheel: 85,000 lbs
Runway edge lights: High Intensity
  Runway 08 Runway 26
Latitude: 43-34.197333N 43-34.567667N
Longitude: 071-25.686667W 071-24.454333W
Elevation: 545.4 ft. 515.5 ft.
Traffic Pattern: Left Left
Runway Heading: 084 magnetic, 068 true 264 magnetic, 248 true
Markings: Precision, in fair condition Non-precision, in fair condition
Visual Slope Indicator: 4-light PAPI on left (3.00 degrees glide path) 4-light PAPI on right (4.00 degrees glide path)
PAPI UNUSBL BYD 6 DEGS LEFT OF CNTRLN.
Approach Lights: MALSR: 1,400 foot medium intensity approach lighting system with runway alignment indicator lights  
Runway End Identifier Lights:   Yes
Touchdown Point: Yes, no lights Yes, no lights
Instrument Approach: ILS / DME
Obstructions: 78 ft. trees, 2646 ft. from runway, 759 ft. right of centerline, 31:1 slope to clear 46 ft. tree, 1151 ft. from runway, 40 ft. left of centerline, 21:1 slope to clear
RY 26 CLNC SLOPE 31:1 TO DSPLCD THLD.

Airport Communications

Runway 26 Fun Facts

While on the RNAV to 26 the terrain can obstruct your communications below 3,000 feet MSL.

Don’t worry if you can’t reach Boston Approach. You can cancel on the ground on 119.85.

 

Also on windy days with the wind right down 26 you can expect some wind shear at about 300 ft over the runway. Also known as right over Patrick’s Pub!

CTAF / UNICOM: 123.0
WX AWOS-3: 133.525 (603) 524-5134
BOSTON APPROACH: 134.75
BOSTON DEPARTURE: 134.75
CLEARANCE DELIVERY: 119.85
WX AWOS-3 at 1P1 (19 nm NW): 118.45 (603-536-1698)

Runway 08 Fun Facts

While shooting the ILS or RNAV to runway 08 you can expect to loose contact with Boston Approach around 2,000 MSL. 

Don’t worry if you can’t reach Boston Approach. You can cancel on the ground on 119.85.

 

Laconia Local Operations 

Local Location Terms Used

Shoreline Final for 26

This denotes about a 1 mile final on Runway 26

Over Gunstock

This denotes a 2 mile left base for Runway 26

Over the Weirs

This is about 3 miles northwest of the airport

 

Airport use: Open to the public
Sectional chart: New York
Control Tower: No
ARTCC: Boston Center
FSS: Bangor flight Service Station (1-800-WX-BRIEF)
NOTAMS facility: LCI (NOTAM-D service available)
Attendance: NOV-APR 0800-1800, MAY-OCT 0700-1900
Wind Indicator Lighted
Segmented circle: Yes
Lights: DUSK-DAWN
ACTVT HIRL RY 08/26; MALSR & VASI RY 08; PAPI & REIL RY 26; WINDSOCK LTS – CTAF
Beacon: white – green (lighted land airport)
Landing Fee: No Landing Fees