About Skyhaven

History, Staff, Resources & Tenants

Skyhaven is a public
use Airport

We’re located three miles southeast of the central business district of Rochester in Strafford County

The Airport covers an area of 195 acres and has one paved runway designated 15/33, which measures 4,201 feet x 75 feet. The airport’s proximity to the Seacoast and Lakes Region allows visitors to enjoy the full gamut of outdoor recreation activities. Located within one hour’s drive of the White Mountains, visitors can enjoy winter skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, camping and more. Family outdoor pursuits including festivals are year around. The city of Rochester prides itself on the cultural activities it offers to all. Call letters for the airport are DAW.

Skyhaven Airport is owned and operated by the Pease Development Authority, an agency of the State of New Hampshire. Over 40 private and business aircraft are based at Skyhaven. Airport facilities include T-hangars, aircraft tie-downs, meeting space, office space for rent and self-service fuel.

Skyhaven Community & Tenants

…on the field

T-Aviation, LLC provides world-class maintenance and logistics support for aircraft maintenance, parts acquisition, and project management in commercial, business and general aviation. Services provided at Skyhaven include scheduled and unscheduled maintenance activities; annual/100/50-hour inspections, engine/propeller/airframe services, minor modifications/repairs and more.
Hours: Tues.-Sat., 8:00am to 4:00pm

Eastern Topographics (E-TOPO) is a full service aerial mapping firm that has been providing high quality accurate mapping for engineering consultants throughout the New England area for the past 30 years. Their flight crew has logged several thousand hours of cartographic aerial mapping in the difficult terrain and climatic conditions often encountered in this region.

Skyhaven Flying Club
Skyhaven Flying Club is a not-for-profit private flying club based at Skyhaven Airport. Their membership includes aircraft mechanics; flight instructors; private, commercial and air transport pilots holding nearly every imaginable endorsement. Members are unified by a common desire to learn about aviation in a safe, fun manner, and pass their knowledge to future aviators.

EAA  Chapter 225
EAA’s local chapters are about people, bringing together individuals interested in learning more about aviation as well as sharing their own knowledge.

Chapter members are involved in a variety of social and educational activities, including Young Eagles rallies, fly-ins, building seminars, and more, to build awareness in the community.