- Nantucket Memorial Airport
Nantucket Memorial Airport IATA: ACK – ICAO: KACK – FAA LID: ACK Summary Airport type Public Owner Town of Nantucket Location Nantucket, Massachusetts Hub for Cape Air Elevation AMSL 48 ft / 15 m Coordinates Website Runways Direction Length Surface ft m 6/24 6,303 1,921 Asphalt 12/30 2,696 822 Asphalt 15/33 4,000 1,219 Asphalt Statistics (2006) Aircraft operations 163,810 Based aircraft 33 Source: Federal Aviation Administration
Nantucket Memorial Airport (IATA: ACK, ICAO: KACK, FAA LID: ACK) is a public airport on the south side of the island of Nantucket in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The airport is owned by the Town of Nantucket and is located three miles (5 km) southeast of the town. It is the second busiest airport in the state, after Logan International Airport.
The TV series Wings used actual exterior shots for the show under the name "Tom Nevers Field".
- Runway 6/24: 6,303 x 150 ft (1,921 x 46 m), Surface: Asphalt
- Runway 12/30: 2,696 x 50 ft (822 x 15 m), Surface: Asphalt
- Runway 15/33: 4,000 x 100 ft (1,219 x 30 m), Surface: Asphalt
For 12-month period ending April 30, 2006, the airport had 163,810 aircraft operations, an average of 448 per day: 74% air taxi, 26% general aviation, <1% scheduled commercial and military (636). There are 33 aircraft based at this airport: 48% single engine, 48% multi-engine and 2% helicopters.
Terminal and facilities
The small terminal has a check-in area where the airlines have their representatives for check-in and baggage services. The baggage claim area is a small room which does not have a baggage belt. When the bags are ready to be returned to their owners, a garage door is opened and the bags come down a small ramp. There is currently construction underway to make the terminal bigger and more modern. The Airport Apron has eight parking spots for Cape Air's Cessna 402. There are also four larger parking spots for the Jetblue E190, US Airways CRJ-200 and Saab 340, Delta CRJ-200 and Continental Dash 8 Q-200. More spots are available if needed. Most of the parking is reserved for general aviation aircraft. Across from the terminal, there is a cargo facility where some of Nantucket's imports come in.
Airlines and destinations
Airlines Destinations Cape Air Boston, Martha's Vineyard
Seasonal: New Bedford, Providence, White Plains
Continental Connection operated by CommutAir Seasonal: Newark Delta Connection operated by Comair Seasonal: New York-JFK Delta Connection operated by Pinnacle Airlines Seasonal: New York-JFK Island Airlines Hyannis JetBlue Airways Seasonal: New York-JFK Nantucket Airlines Hyannis, Boston Nantucket Shuttle Airlines Hyannis, Plymouth US Airways Express operated by Air Wisconsin Seasonal: Washington-National US Airways Express operated by Mesaba Airlines Seasonal: New York-LaGuardia
Over the years, the Nantucket Airport has seen a variety of other carriers, many of which have used full sized jets into the small field. In the 70's, Delta flew DC-9's here. In the 80's, New York Air had DC-9's as well. Through the 90's, both American and Continental had weekly mainline jets (737's, 727's, and MD-80's). Currently, the largest regular serviced aircraft at the airport is JetBlue's Embraer 190 with seasonal daily service to New York City's JFK airport.
Busiest Domestic Routes from Nantucket (April 2010–March 2011) Rank Airport Passengers Carriers 1 Hyannis, Massachusetts 41,000 Cape Air 2 Boston, Massachusetts 33,000 Cape Air 3 New York, New York 18,000 Delta Connection, JetBlue 4 New Bedford, Massachusetts 8,000 Cape Air 5 Washington (National), DC 5,000 US Airways Express 6 Newark, New Jersey 5,000 Continental Connection 7 Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts 4,000 Cape Air 8 New York, New York 3,000 US Airways Express 9 Providence, Rhode Island 3,000 Cape Air 10 White Plains, New York 2,000 Cape Air
Military installations of Massachusetts
- Nantucket Memorial Airport (official site)
- The meaning of "ACK"
- (PDF), effective 20 October 2011
- Resources for this airport:
ActiveCampsCamp Edwards · Camp Curtis GuildCentersGeorge H. Crosman United States Army Reserve Center · United States Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center · United States Army Soldier Systems CenterFortsHeliportsCamp Edwards HeliportReservationsCentersMarine Corps Reserve Center, Fort Devens · Westover Armed Forces Reserve CenterBasesCentersLaboratoriesAir Force Cambridge Research LaboratoryStationsCentersUnited States Coast Guard Support CenterDepotsUnited States Coast Guard Buoy Depot, South WeymouthStations InactiveAirfieldsArmoriesArsenalsCampsAdams · Andrew · Banks · Bartlett · Brigham · Cameron · Candoit · Dalton · Edmunds · Ellsworth · Gardner · Guild · Havedoneit · Hill · Hingham · Hooker · Houston · Lander · Lincoln · Meigs · Myles Standish · Perkins · Prescott · Prospect Hill · Schuyler · Scott · Sheppard · Sutton · Washburn · Wellfleet · Wightman · WoolCentersCrosman · Gardner · Greenfield · Hingham · Maloney · MillisFiring RangesPopponesset · Scorton NeckFortsAcushnet · Andrews · Banks · Beverly · Bonnet Point · Cow · Dawes · Defiance · Duvall · Eastern Point · Gilbert Heights · Gloucester · Glover · Heath · Independence · Juniper · Lee · Massachusetts · Miller · Nichols · Old Stone · Phillip · Phoenix · Pickering · Ralph · Revere · Ridiculous · Rodman · Ruckman · Sewall · Stage · Standish (1st) · Standish (2nd) · Stark · Strong · Useless · Warren · Washington · WinthropHeliportsGeorge H. Crosman United States Army Reserve Center HeliportHospitalsLovell · Murphy · WilliamsLabsArmy Materials Technology LaboratoryNike SitesB-03C · B-03L · B-05C · B-05L · B-15C · B-15L · B-17C · B-17H · B-17L · B-18 · B-21DC · B-21HA · B-36C · B-36L · B-37C · B-37L · B-38C · B-38L · B-40H · B-55C · B-55L · B-63C · B-63L · B-73L · B-84L · B-85C · B-85L · PR-19C · PR-19H · PR-19L · PR-29A · PR-29C · PR-29LPlantsLowell Ordnance PlantReservationsTrainingAir StationsAirfieldsAmmunition DepotsHingham (Hingham Annex)AreasGull Island Bomb · Tisbury Target · Weepecket Island BombAuxiliary Air FacilitiesAyer · Beverly · Hyannis · Martha’s Vineyard · Nantucket · New Bedford · OtisFacilitiesProvincetown Mine Test · Tom NeversHospitalsPlantsBedford Naval Weapons Industrial Reserve PlantReserve CentersChicopee · Navy & Marines, Lawrence · QuincyRangesNoman's Land · Halifax · Monomoy · Sandy NeckTest StationsUnited States Navy Field Test Station, Fort HeathYardsBoston Navy Yard (South Boston Annex) (East Boston Annex)BasesOtis · WestoverFacilitiesPost Attack Command and Control System Facility, HadleyHospitalsHanscom · Otis · WestoverPlants28 · 29 · 63 · 69SitesAcushnet Communications Site GWEN 404RangesQuabbin Reservoir Precision Bombing and Gunnery RangeStationsNorth Truro · Stony BrookTexas Towers2 3LoranCape Cod · Martha's Vineyard · NantucketStations Airports in the Cape and Islands Area Primary Airports MilitaryOtis Air National Guard Base (KFMH) General aviation PrivateMuskeget Island Airport (MA55) · Trade Wind (MA44) · Tuckernuck Airport (MA72) HeliportsBrant Point · Camp Edwards (MA29) · Cape Cod Canal · Cotuit (6MA6) · David Libby (64ME) · Falmouth Hospital (MA37) · Fuller House (5MA2) · Marstons Mills (3MA9) · North Bay (MA23) · North Chatham (3MA4) · Seapuit (3MA3) · Wayne (19MAS) Seaplane basesCuttyhunk Harbor (6MA9) · Long Pond (MA25) · Marstons Mills (MA12) · Woods Hole ClosedChatham Naval Air Station · Coonamessett Airport · East Harwich Airport · Nomans Land Navy Airfield
Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.
См. также в других словарях:
Nantucket Memorial Airport — Nantucket L île de Nantucket … Wikipédia en Français
Nantucket Airlines — IATA 9K ICAO ACK Callsign ACK AIR … Wikipedia
Nantucket (Massachusetts) — Nantucket L île de Nantucket … Wikipédia en Français
Nantucket — For other uses, see Nantucket (disambiguation). Town County of Nantucket, Massachusetts Town Nantucket … Wikipedia
Nantucket, Massachusetts — Infobox Settlement official name = Town County of Nantucket, Massachusetts nickname = motto = imagesize = image caption = Nantucket image mapsize = 250x200px map caption = Location in Nantucket County in Massachusetts mapsize1 = map caption1 =… … Wikipedia
Nantucket — 41°17′N 70°06′W / 41.283, 70.1 … Wikipédia en Français
Barnstable Municipal Airport — Boardman/Polando Field IATA: HYA – ICAO: KHYA – FAA LID: HYA Summary Airport type Public Owne … Wikipedia
Martha's Vineyard Airport — Marthas Vineyard Airport IATA: MVY – ICAO: KMVY – FAA LID: MVY Summary Airport type Public Owner Dukes County … Wikipedia
Chatham Municipal Airport — IATA: none – ICAO: KCQX – FAA LID: CQX Summary Airport type Public Owner Town of Chatham … Wikipedia
John F. Kennedy International Airport — For the regional airport in Wisconsin, see John F. Kennedy Memorial Airport. John F. Kennedy International Airport USGS aerial image as of April 8, 1994 IATA: JFK – ICAO: KJFK – … Wikipedia