There is NO tower at the Conway Airport so it's very easy to get into and out of. Conway Airport is ULTRALIGHT and LIGHT SPORT friendly.
Here are some hints and ideas for your review:
If you have a radio, please monitor Unicom 122.7 as we will have advisories on that channel. If you do not have a radio, no problem - just keep an eye out for other traffic.
Note: The traffic pattern directions have changed recently for Conway. Traffic patterns are now left for both runway 04 and runway 22. Runway 04 used to be right traffic but was recently changed to left.
Suggested pattern altitude: 1000 AGL for General Aviation and 500 foot for Ultralights.
Reminder: Conway’s runway is outside of MYR’s Class C airspace but it is fairly close to the outer ring so we offer the following information: If you are outside of MYR’s inner ring but inside their outer ring your altitude should be under 1200 feet or above 4000 feet in order to stay out of the Class C airspace. Anyone inside of MYR’s inner ring and under 4000 feet must have a mode C transponder, radio, and be communicating with ATC – ultralight’s should avoid that inner ring area of course!
Other sources of information for Conway Airport:
AirNav : http://www.airnav.com/airport/HYW
SC Info: http://www.scaeronautics.com