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Latest Airfield Updates
Updated the radio frequency
Cafe Link added. Link to new website added.
Southend Frequency Updated
New airfield added. Thanks to Courtney Chambers
New airfield added, thanks Roger Callow.
New airfield added and verified by owner.
Latest Airfield Comments
John Hamnettcommented on Watnall:
Watnall is 450 ft ASL not 410 as I found on a recent flight there. (...)
Russell Tullettcommented on Chilbolton:
Visited on several occasions Very friendly airfield and recently they have up-graded the Club house (...)
Russell Tullettcommented on Gutchpool Farm:
Very Pleasent short stop over, en route. Warmly welcomed by William and his wife, with a refreshing (...)
Andy Dixoncommented on Netherthorpe:
Frequency correct phoned today 11/09/2020 (...)
Andy Dixoncommented on Langar:
129-905 correct frequency checked by phone today 11/09/2020 (...)
Andy Dixoncommented on Popham:
Landing fee is £10 for everyone,Microlights ncluded. Fuel is UL91......£1.62 litre correct of 02/09/ (...)
Vincecommented on Barling:
Thanks Trevor, I have updated the information. (...)
trevs99ukcommented on Barling:
The Southend Approach frequency needs amending to 130.780 (...)
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