Verified10 Feb 18 by Peter Jackson
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AVGAS by Arrangement
100LL and / or UL91
Private airfield. Visitors welcome at their own risk.
Pilots usually land on 03 and take off on 21.
Prior permission not required for daytime ops, but call for briefing if you wish.
Average 3% upslope on runway 03.
High ground to North (890 ft AMSL) and East (1040 ft AMSL) of airfield.
If radio-equipped, make blind calls to "Glenswinton Traffic" on SAFETYCOM 135.480 MHz.
For video clips showing the airfield and surrounding countryside, please see our YouTube and/or Vimeo channels.
Noise Abatement Procedures
Inbound and outbound flight paths are strictly at the aircraft commander's discretion.
Preferred NAP: join overhead or as appropriate and fly a tight rectangular or tear-drop circuit to avoid overflying dwellings other than Glenswinton Farm. On departure, fly a climbing turn over uninhabited land. For examples, please see our YouTube channel and/or our Vimeo channel.
Military Low Flying
The airfield is situated within operational low flying area LFA20(T). Flight crew are advised to consult the MoD's Operational Low Flying timetable for LFA 20(T) and/or contact the MOD Low Level Advisory Service and to squawk 7000 with Mode S or C on approach and departure.
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