News and Events
|Beverly Airport Commission-Special Meeting-February 26, 2018|
|Last Updated: 02/16/18 |
The Beverly Airport Commission will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, February 26, 2018 at 6:00PM at the New Admin Building (50 L. P. Henderson Road), Beverly, MA, 01915. The Agenda can be viewed on this website under "Documents".
|BVY Airport Fees|
|Last Updated: 08/10/17 |
On 4/10/17, the Beverly Airport Commission voted on and approved new airport fee charges.
Landing Fees: (Now based on MTOW)
Single Engine less than 6,700 lb. = No Charge
Twin Engine less than 6,700 lbs. = $20.00
Helicopters = $20.00
Aircraft above 6,700 lbs. = $3.00/1,000 lbs. MTOW
Ramp (Transient) Parking Fees: (Over 1 hour or Overnight on East Side of Airport)
0-5,000 lbs. Single Engine = $10.00
0-5,000 lbs. Twin Engine = $15.00
Tiedown Fees: (Yearly leases will start July 1st of each year)
Yearly Lease Paid before August 1st of each year = $960.00
Yearly Lease Paid after August 1st of each year = Prorated @ $80/month plus $50 annual processing fee
Month-to-Month = $100/month
|BVY FBO, North Atlantic Air, Approved to Accept International Waste|
|Last Updated: 04/04/17 |
BVY is a “Landing Rights Airport” with local U. S. Customs at 978-921-0782. The FBO, North Atlantic Air is now approved to accept international waste.
|New Administration Building|
|Last Updated: 08/04/16 |
The Beverly Airport Commission is pleased to announce the completion of its new administration building. This state of the art 4,500 square foot facility reflects the progression Beverly Airport has accomplished in recent years. Thanks to a strong collaboration between MassDOT/Aeronautics, the Airport Commission, and the City of Beverly, this new building is designed to improve the experience for airport management, pilots, and visitors utilizing the airport. This building signifies that Beverly Airport is on a tremendous path to future improvements.
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|FAA and MassDOT Drone Information|
|Last Updated: 01/11/16 |
The Federal Aviation Administration estimates that more than a million Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) or drones will be sold this 2015 holiday season.
The FAA has documented hundreds of incidents this year where aircraft pilots have encountered drones while in flight.
“Recreational drones can be a fun and innovative way to experience aviation. However, operators must keep in mind that drones can cause serious damage if not handled properly or if they are flown in inappropriate areas,” said Dr. Jeff DeCarlo, Administrator of MassDOT’s Aeronautics Division. “If an operator loses control of a drone, or if a drone experiences a mechanical issue, it can cause serious injuries or damage to other aircraft or property.”
If you are planning on buying or giving a recreational drone this holiday season, MassDOT suggests the following guidelines (along with common sense) to assist users with safe operation:
• Contact an airport or control tower if you are operating (or planning to operate) a drone within five miles of an airport, no matter the size of the airport.
• Stay within an appropriate operational area. Drones should not be flown above populated areas, sporting events or private properties, such a neighbor’s backyard.
• Do not fly in bad weather conditions or low visibility.
• Operate drones only during daytime hours and within sight. Do not rely on binoculars or following a drone with a moving vehicle to maintain visual contact.
• Fly no higher than 400 feet.
• Fly more than 25 feet away from vehicles, boats, buildings or people.
• Avoid other aircraft, including other drones. Land as soon as it is safely possible if an aircraft comes within the vicinity of your drone.
In addition, please note that the FAA has implemented new registration requirements that go into effect, today, Dec. 21, which require registration of drones weighing less than 55 pounds and more than 0.55 pounds. These requirements are in addition to existing FAA registration requirements for drones weighing more than 55 pounds. Visit the FAA online for more information on registering your drone.
MassDOT wishes you a safe and happy holiday season!
|Spill Prevention, Control, & Countermeasure Plan-April 2013|
|Last Updated: 11/05/15 |
To view this plan, please go to "Documents", "Other" Documents" within this website.
|Pay Your Bills Online!|
|Last Updated: 04/07/15 |
The Beverly Airport Commission now accepts online payments for a variety of bills through the online payment partners of the City of Beverly. This online service gives customers who do business with the Beverly Municipal Airport a convenient, efficient, and user-friendly way to pay bills 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Transactions are internet secure settings using state-of-the-art-industry encryption technology. In addition, users can receive confirmation of their transactions by email, verifying the approval and acceptance of the transaction.
To make a payment, simply visit the City of Beverly website (www.beverlyma.gov) or click on "Links" then "City of Beverly" within this website. At the bottom of the City of Beverly home page, select "Make A Payment". At the bottom of the Online Payment & Services Welcome page, select "Airport". Please select Type of Transaction and enter payment information.
You have two (2) options for paying your bills; either by electronic check or by credit card.
Electronic Check: There is no fee associated with this option. You will need one of your checks with you when you pay your bill or an online service to get your account number and the bank’s routing number from it. You will be shown where this information is on your check.
Credit Card: We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit/debit for credit card payments. There will be a convenience fee for each online payment. The credit card service provider charges the fee to your credit card. When paying by credit card, the fee amount will appear in a separate box and will be totaled with the amount due.
|Noise Abatement Program|
|To view BVY's Noise Abatement Program, go to "Documents", "Other"|