The Airfield

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We are based in Tri-State area (New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut). Below is the general information about the airport, as well as information regarding arrival and departure procedure.

General Information about Republic Airport:

  • Certificated under Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 139
  • New York Class D Airspace (0700 – 2300 local)
  • Acreage: 526
  • Elevation: 82 ft.
  • Preferential Runway: 01-19 (5516’ Length x 150’ Width)
  • Instrument Runway: 14-32 (6827’ Length x 150’ Width)
  • Both Runways Asphalt – Grooved
  • Landing Fees
  • ARFF Index: Airport designation is Index A, but the airport has Index B.

    Should you have any questions please call (347)203-0202 or email

Aviation Law

Thorough knowledge of the Federal Aviation Regulations is an integral part of any sport, private, instrument or commercial pilot training. To help prospective students study for the certificate or rating, a list of recommended regulations for sport, private, instrument, and commercial pilots is provided in the Federal Aviation Regulation book.


Aviation weather is a vital part of the aviation training, especially in the early stages. I can't stress enough just how important it is, and how many good and experienced pilots lost their lives just by disregarding of the importance of knowing weather.


Navigation is one of the most important parts of flight training. It includes basic navigation in visual flight conditions for private pilots, as well as more intense navigation for the pilots earning their instrument certificates in order to fly in instrument meteorological conditions.