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Noise Abatement Procedures

ROUTE DESCRIPTIONS
Recommended
ARRIVAL PROCEDURES:


All Runways: Maintain 1600 ft. MSL or higher as long as practical.
Intercept the final approach course. Use minimum flap setting and delay extending landing gear until established on the final approach. Use thrust reduction techniques and minimize rapid RPM changes.

Arrival Runway Use Priority:
Runway 32, Runway 19 and Runways 01 or 14.

Recommended
DEPARTURE PROCEDURES


Runway 01: Maintain runway heading and climb at (V2 + 20) not to exceed 190 KIAS. Upon reaching 1,000 ft. MSL set power to achieve 1,000 fpm climb rate to 3,000 ft. MSL or assigned altitude.

Runway 14 and 19: Climb right heading 220 degrees. Climb at (V2 + 20) not to exceed 190 KIAS. Upon reaching 1,000 ft. MSL set power to achieve 1,000 fpm climb rate to 3,000 ft. or assigned altitude.

Runway 32: Climb right heading 010 degrees. Climb at (V2 + 20) not to exceed 190 KIAS. Upon reaching 1,000 ft. MSL set power to achieve 1,000 fpm climb rate to 3,000 ft. or assigned altitude.

Departure Runway Use Priority:
Runway 1, Runways 14 or 19 and Runway 32.

Safety and ATC Instructions override recommended Noise Abatement Procedures.

This map is not to be used for navigational purposes.
Please consult the New York Sectional or the VFR Terminal Area Chart. NOISE ABATEMENT PROGRAM

This program was established in 1984 to reduce sound levels in the vicinity of the airport. The program is a voluntary effort on the part of aircraft operators. Noise abatement measures in no way take precedence over air traffic control Instructions. Please exercise safety at all times. To participate in the program operators are advised when practical, possible and feasible to use the following measures:

  • Avoid Flying Between 10:00 pm and 7:00 am
  • Use Thrust Reduction Techniques
  • Use Standard Instrument Departure (SID) Runway 32
  • Use Stage 3 Aircraft, Whenever Possible
  • Use Runway 01/19, Whenever Possible
  • Use National Business Aircraft Association Or Manufacturer’s Suggested Noise Abatement Techniques
PRIOR PERMISSION REQUIRED
Aircraft with 30 seats or more and/or over 60,000 lbs. must obtain prior permission to operate at Republic Airport. Operators may contact the Airport Operations Department at 631.752.7707 ext.#108 to request a Prior Permission Form or click here to obtain a form.

AIRPORT FREQUENCIES
Remote Transmitter Receiver (RTR) 128.25 (2300 – 0700 Local)
Clearance Delivery 128.25
Tower 118.8 (0700 – 2300 local)
CTAF 118.8 (2300 – 0700 Local)
Ground Control 121.6
ATIS 126.65
UNICOM/Airport Operations 122.95
Emergency 121.5
NY Approach Control 125.7
FSS 122.2/122.6
ILS/Localizer (Runway 14) 111.9
VOR (Deer Park) 117.7
NDB 275
FRIKK NDB (LOM) 407
 
AIRPORT INFORMATION
Airport Operations Office 631.752.7707 ext. 108
Air Traffic Control Tower 631.454.2331
ASOS 631.752.8129
Snow Desk 631.752.7992
New York FSS 1.800.WX.BRIEF
New York Tracon 516.683.2984
Runway 01/19 5,516’ X 150’ (ASPH)
Runway 14/32 6,827’ X 150’ (ASPH)
Runways 19 and 14 Displaced Threshold

Republic Airport (FRG) E. Farmingdale, NY 11735  /  Phone: 631.752.7707  / info@republicairport.net