- Barnstable Municipal Airport
Barnstable Municipal Airport
IATA: HYA – ICAO: KHYA – FAA LID: HYA Summary Airport type Public Owner Town of Barnstable Location Hyannis, Massachusetts Hub for Elevation AMSL 55 ft / 17 m Coordinates Runways Direction Length Surface ft m 6/24 5,425 1,654 Asphalt/grooved 15/33 5,252 1,601 Asphalt/grooved Statistics (2006) Aircraft operations 117,402 Based aircraft 58 Source: Federal Aviation Administration
Barnstable Municipal Airport (IATA: HYA, ICAO: KHYA, FAA LID: HYA), also known as Boardman/Polando Field, is a public airport located on Cape Cod, one mile (2 km) north of the central business district of Hyannis, in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. This airport is publicly owned by Town of Barnstable. It is Cape Cod's major airport as well as an air hub for the Cape and the Islands (Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket). The airport is served by scheduled commercial flights as well as charters and general aviation.
The airport was founded in 1928. During World War II it was also known as Naval Auxiliary Airfield Hyannis and both the Navy and Army Air Forces flew antisubmarine patrols from the airport.
It was renamed Barnstable Municipal Airport - Boardman/Polando Field in honor of Massachusetts aviation pioneers Russell Boardman and John Polando in 1981.
Facilities and aircraft
For 12-month period ending May 31, 2006, the airport had 117,969 aircraft operations, an average of 323 per day: 73% air taxi, 27% general aviation, <1% military. There are 72 aircraft based at this airport: 79% single engine, 20% multi-engine and 1% jet aircraft.
Airlines and destinations
Airlines Destinations Cape Air Boston, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket Island Airlines Nantucket Nantucket Airlines Nantucket
Commercial Aircraft Handled at HYA
- Cessna 402 (Cape Air, Island Airlines, and Nantucket Airlines) There are rumors that Cape Air has been in discussions to phase out the Cessna 402 and replace it with the ATR 42, for higher passenger loads, less frequent flights, and to reduce noise pollution.
- Cessna 208 (Island Airlines)
In the past, other Commercial Aircraft that served KHYA have included the NAMC YS-11, Douglas DC-3, McDonnell Douglas DC-9, Boeing 737, Boeing 727, ATR 42, SAAB 340, and Bombardier Dash 8. Seasonally, many corporate aircraft frequent KHYA including the Dassault Falcon 20, Bombardier Challenger 600, Learjet, Cessna Citation, Gulfstream IV, and the Boeing Business Jet.
The airport is accessible through MA Route 28 or from US 6 through MA Route 132. Barnstable Municipal Airport is also served by local taxi services as well as four major car rental agencies. The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority provides public transportation to and from the airport as part of the "Villager"/ Route 132 line.
Accidents and incidents
- Air New England Flight 248: On June 17, 1979, a commercial airliner that crashed on ILS approach. All of those on the plane survived with the exception of the pilot, who was killed instantly.
- Colgan Air Flight 9446: On August 26, 2003 a Beech 1900D operated by Colgan Air for US Airways Express hit the water shortly after taking off from Barnstable Municipal Airport. Both pilots died.
- ^ a b c d FAA Airport Master Record for HYA ( PDF), retrieved 2010-08-01
- ^ "UPDATE ON NTSB INVESTIGATIONS INTO RECENT BEECH 1900D ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS." National Transportation Safety Board. November 21, 2003. Retrieved on February 13, 2009.
- ^ Gouveia, Aaron. "Buffalo crash airline had Cape crash in 2003." Cape Cod Times. February 13, 2009. Retrieved on February 13, 2009.
- Town of Barnstable - Barnstable Municipal Airport
- (PDF), effective 20 October 2011
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