New Hampshire Flying Association

The New Hampshire Flying Association (NHFA) is an incorporated flying club that currently operates out of the Nashua, New Hampshire airport (ICAO: KASH, IATA/FAA: ASH) – also known as Boire Field.

We own and operate a 1982 Beechcraft A36 Bonanza (BE36): N321TB as well as a 1982 Piper Archer II (PA28-181): N82921.

The New Hampshire Flying Association has been in continuous operation since 1961. Over the years we have owned and operated several aircraft. Our current high-performance aircraft, N321TB (1982 Bonanza A36), cruises at 155 knots and is a joy to fly!  The Piper Archer II we own and operate is a fantastic aircraft and well-suited for shorter trips.  Both aircraft are IFR-equipped and certified.

Some of our club members meet monthly at the Nashua, NH IMC Club meetings – IMC Club is a great organization and a great way for Instrument pilots to interact and share experiences.  The meetings are also great if you’re working on your Instrument Rating or thinking about it.  Here in Nashua we have one of the most active IMC Club chapters in the country.

We’re active, safety-minded pilots and looking for similar pilots to join our club.  Please contact us if you are interested in joining NHFA.

You can also read this feature on New Hampshire Flying Association by AOPA: Limited membership, more aircraft access