The FBO at Chandler Municipal Airport is Chandler Air Service, which can be contacted at 480-963-6420 or at aerobatics.com.
Its hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays.
The Terminal building hours are from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 5 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, except holidays.
The address is 2380 S. Stinson Way, Chandler, AZ 85286.
The Tower is open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Note that the airport is open to arriving and departing traffic 24 hours.
Please make arrangements with Airport Administration during regular business hours for instructions for entering the airfield after hours.
Please have the tenant meet you at the Terminal.
Chandler Air Service has full-service Jet A and 100LL fuel available. CHD has a self-serve fuel facility for 100 LL (credit cards accepted).
Yes. Please call 480-782-3540 for room availability and further details. For non-aviation uses, the Airport charges $25/hr for Chandler residents and $34/hour for non-residents for the use of the room. Charges are waived for airport-related activities, including neighborhood meetings for developments within the Airpark. The room's occupancy is limited to 35.
Our current rate schedule is posted on the Airport website. Please note that we currently have a waiting list for Airport-owned hangar space.
Please contact Airport Administration at 480-782-3540.
We accept cash, personal check, electronic check or credit cards (Visa, Master Card, Amex, Discover). For e-checks, a flat 95 cent fee will be applied for e-checks processed through the online payment portal. Check payments made in person or by mail will not incur this fee. For credit cards, a third party fee of 2.95 percent will be applied to all credit card transactions, including those made in person or online.
The Chandler Airport regulations (Section 3.16), which are adopted by reference as City Code, states that "No person shall fly or release a model aircraft, rocket, kite, fireworks, tethered balloon, etc. on or within two miles of the airport if such activity would create a hazard to aircraft operations." Visit these websites for current guidance and best practices for safely enjoying your model or unmanned aerial vehicles:
An obstruction evaluation is required for the FAA to determine potential impacts from buildings, construction, or other activities on navigable airspace.
“7460” refers to FAA Form 7460-1 "Notice of Proposed Construction or Alteration", which is the form used for obstruction evaluations. You can use the FAA obstruction evaluation website to file these forms electronically.
Submit data points for the height of each structure. Structures include, without limitation, antennas, building parapets, mechanical penthouses, building corners, light poles, and wind turbines. Also, be aware that structures also include temporary equipment like cranes and drilling rigs. For each data point, provide latitude, longitude, site elevation, structure height above ground level, frequencies (if applicable), etc. as identified on the FAA obstruction evaluation website.
Yes. Make sure you submit the data for all cranes, drilling rigs, etc. as soon as possible.
Due to the volume of evaluations that the FAA receives, plan for approximately four to six weeks.
Depending on the FAA's evaluation, the result will either be a "no hazard determination" or a hazard determination.
When you submit your data points, you will receive a reference number (“case number”). You can input the case number on the FAA obstruction evaluation website.
As soon as you know the type of equipment you're using (particularly the number of pieces and their maximum height) and your schedule, determine the data points and submit as soon as possible.
No. The Airport has no influence over a federal regulatory process.