Advertising in the Terminal
Get your message in front of a prime target audience by advertising at the airport. Contact Bill LaManque at email@example.com or 757-817-7282 and start advertising at PHF today.
PHF rents a variety of hangars for aircraft storage. Hangars include: Box hangars, T-hangars with electric bi-fold doors, and T-hangars with manual sliding doors.
If you are interested in availability and/or information about our hangars please contact Bill LaManque at firstname.lastname@example.org or 757-817-7282.
See more at General Aviation Hangars
Request for Proposals (RFPs), Applications and Invitations for BIDS (IFBs)
Virginia Department of General Services’ central electronic procurement system reports: https://logi.cgieva.com/Public/rdPage.aspx.
IFB 8707 Parking Access Road Phase 1 No AWARD
Runway Rubber Removal and Striping IFB Selection: Remac
A&E Services for Airport Master Plan RFQ Selection: Passero Associates
PHF Window Replacement and Water Mitigation IFB 6607: Re-Bidding Now, See above
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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (DBE)
Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport, Newport News, VA
Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport operated by the Peninsula Airport Commission hereby publishes a proposed overall goal for its Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program for FY 2024 to FY 2026.
The proposed overall goal is 9.4% for all FAA-AIP funded projects in FY 2024 to FY 2026. The methodology used in developing this goal is available for review and comment during normal business hours, until September 1, 2023, at the administrative offices of the Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport, 900 Bland Blvd., Newport News, VA 23602.
For additional information and questions, please contact Jamie O’Brien at (757) 877-0221 ext. 372, during normal business hours.
Crane Operations On or Near the Airport
If you will be operating a crane in the vicinity of the airport, an FAA airspace permit may be required. The permit must be filed at least 45 days prior to the start of the crane operation. The FAA will issue a permit based on the height and location of the crane. The permit may include restrictions on when and how high the crane can be operated. To determine if a permit is required, use the FAA’s Notice Criteria Tool found here. If a permit is required, an FAA form 7460 must be completed. The form can be completed online here. If the crane will be located on airport property, a permit is mandatory.
Please notify Airport Operations at 757-957-2887 anytime a crane operation is proposed or if you have any questions.