Executive Flyers AviationKBED
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15 reviews

As the oldest continually operated flight school in New England, with more than 50 years in business, we believe that our longevity is the result of exceptional training and other services, and a well cared-for fleet of nearly 20 airplanes. Operating for many years as a Part 141 Air Agency, we hold our CFIs, staff, and aircraft to high professional standards for customer service and flight training.

RedBird FMX1000 full motion AATD ($60/hr); WiFi: efacustomer/efacustomer; loaner headsets ($5.00/day)


CFI Rate: $60.00/hr
CFI Ground Rate: $60.00/hr
Misc. Items Sales Tax: 5.00%

KBED

Operator Procedures

Fueling Aircraft

At KBED, EFA line service will refuel all returning aircraft and set prop horizontal when fueled. At other airports, retain the fuel receipt for credit against the rental amount.

Access to Aircraft

During business hours: Through the EFA dispatch desk.

After business hours:Through the EFA dispatch desk. Ramp is in SIDA area, requires company escort until in the aircraft.

Returning the Aircraft

During business hours: Line service escort required, or call dispatch desk and remain in aircraft.

After business hours: Pre arranged escort is required.

Getting Reimbursed if You Buy Fuel Elsewhere

Retain the fuel receipt for credit against the rental amount.

Mechanical Problems at Another Airport

Call EFA dispatch during business hours. Ask dispatcher for after hours contact number prior to departure.

Securing Aircraft

All tie downs are taxi-through. Retain security padlock in aircraft for installation on return. Aircraft must be secured with padlock/chain, plus control lock and tiedown ropes upon return.

Caution areas where hangar rash is most likely

Exercise care taxiing near parked vehicles on SE side of EFA tiedown spots. Speed below 10 kts on ramp

What fuel load to expect and how to change it

Full tanks. Call dispatch well in advance (one day) to request fuel to tabs. Once in, fuel cannot be reduced.

Local Airspace Considerations

Best Way to Get Flight Following

Ground control, or contact Boston Departure 124.4 when airborne.

Local reporting points

Call tower approx 10 NM out.

Preferred IFR "gates" ATC wants you to file to

Current DP (Hanscom 8) See TEC procedures for Boston NO SATS (north satellites)

Preferred IFR "gates" ATC wants you to file from

STARs N/A below 11,000

Local Airfield Operations

Taxiing to the runways

Ground control on 121.7

Run up area

Rwy 29 hammerhead area, Rwy 11 near hangars west of M taxiway (avoid prop wash into hangar doors), Rwys 5/23 on taxiway (blocking others)

Traffic pattern altitudes

1132 (1200)MSL

Special cautions for flying the pattern

Boston Class B when extended on downwind

Local Flight Planning Tips

Noise sensitive areas

Minute man national park - see dispatch for procedures if remaining in pattern

Nearby special use airspace

Boston Class B. See Boston TAC. R 4102 A&B 15nm west.

Unique weather challenges

Coastal considerations nearby

Local terrain considerations

Designated mountainous terrain well north.

Best airports to visit in the area

Nantucket (ACK), Marthas Vinyard (MVY), Bar Harbor (BHB)

Best sights to see nearby from the air

Boston City tour (ask dispatch for procedures)

Restrictions which apply to any nearby national parks

Traffic pattern considerations for Minuteman National Park – ask dispatch or CFIs

July 29, 2014, 3:58 a.m.


Executive Flyers Aviation is rated 4.5 out of 5 stars from 15 reviews.
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Operator Info

KBED
LAURENCE G HANSCOM FLD AIRPORT
200 Hanscom Drive
Bedford, MA 01730
781 274 7227
781 274 6719
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