Noise abatement procedures in effect. Dptg runway 20, rgt and left turn made after passing shoreline.
Wildlife frequently on or in vicinity of airport.
Transient prkg on east ramp only.
Personnel and equipment working adjacent to all operational surfaces daylight hours APR-OCT.
Runway 14 closed to jet operations and night landing. Runway 32 closed to jet departures except by prior permission required 203-466-8844.
Landings helicopters use taxiways 'A' and 'G' intersection.
Standing water at intersection of taxiway 'G' and east ramp after hvy rain.
For clearance when air traffic control tower is closed contact new york approach at 516-683-2963.
Touch and go operations permitted 0700-2200 MON-SAT; 0800-2200 sunday.
Avoid CLOSE-IN base legs and short approaches landing runways 14 and 20.
Intersection departures are permitted when air traffic control tower operational only to aircraft less than 12500 lbs gross weight and only at the following intxns: runway 20 from taxiway F has 4950 ft available and runway 02 from taxiway J has 4750 ft available and runway 32 from taxiway H has 2750 ft available.
Flight notification service (ADCUS) available.
Closed to aircraft over 78 db 0700-2200; 73 db 2200-0000 and 0600-0700; 68 db 0000-0600 except military emergency and medium aircraft; prior permission required please call 203-466-8844.
Extsv hop SFC-10000 ft within 20 mi nnw.
Fuel available after hours prior permission required 203-467-9555.
Landing fee for all aircraft except military, government, emergency, and medium.
Closed to unscheduled air carrier operations with more than 19 passenger seats except prior permission required please call operations 203-466-8844.
Vasi runway 20 unusable beyond 7 degrees left and 6 degrees right of centerline.
Approach ratio 14:1 to displaced threshold.
When air traffic control tower closed activate HIRL runway 02/20; malsf runway 02; MIRL runway 14/32 - CTAF.
Traffic pattern altitude for single and light twin engine aircraft 1013 ft MSL (999 ft AGL) and 1513 ft MSL (1499 ft AGL) for all other aircraft.