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Wellesbourne Mountford
EGBW
PPR
Radarmoor Ltd +44 17889 842007
Location Airfield Website
Sea Level
MB
159
5
Warwickshire
Lat.
Long
3.5 nm E of Stratford-upon-Avon
52.190640
-1.614147
Lat. D-M-S
Long. D-M-S
Deg, Min, Sec
52°, 11', 26.3" N,
1°, 36', 50.93" W
Runways OHJ 2000 Ft Circuit Height 1000 Ft
Heading
Circuit Direction
Length
Surface
18
RH
917 M
Tarmac

36

LH

917 M

Tarmac

05

LH

587 M

Tarmac

23

RH

587 M

Tarmac
Radio
Frequency
Callsign
Type
Other Radio
124.025
Wellesbourne Radio
Air Ground
Birmingham APP 118.050
Details
Hours
Landing
School
Fuel
Other - See Remarks
Micro £10.00 Singles £12.00
GA

AvGas / Jet A1

Remarks

WINTER: Daily 0900 - S/S + 30 mins, or 1730
(whichever earlier) Winter night flying Thursdays and Fridays by arrangement.

SUMMER: Daily 0900 - 1730 BST and by arrangement
(unlicensed after 1730, no circuit training permitted
outside these hours)

Prior permission is required by telephone or E-Mail on Sat & Sun and Bank Holidays

*Wellesbourne Airfield accepts genuine emergency and precautionary diversions without charge per CAA CAP667 9.2 (c)

ARRIVAL / DEPARTURE PROCEDURES

Standard overhead join at 2000ft, joining crosswind above the upwind end of the Runway or direct join if traffic permits, giving way to traffic in the circuit.

Helicopter circuit

Helicopter circuit height 600ft QFE. Join low level at AD boundary, or join the heli circuit as shown on the diagram linked below and aim for Heli 'E' or 'W'. Depart from 'E' or 'W' remaining at 600ft aal until clear of the circuit

Warnings

Runway 05/23 closed Fri 1630 (local) until Sun 0930z, also Fri 16:30z to Tue 10:00z on Bank Holiday weekends due to the market.

The villages of Wellesbourne, Charlecote, Hampton Lucy and Loxley are very noise sensitive and every effort should be made to avoid over flying these areas. See enclosed circuit pattern and avoidance image.

Runway 36 departures: At the airfield boundary turn right onto a track of 030° towards the green roofed buildings and climb to 1,000ft QFE before turning crosswind.

Runway 36 arrivals: On left base, remain south of Loxley village and the outlying houses as shown on the circuit diagram

Runway 18 departures: Climb straight ahead and turn right crosswind to pass between Loxley village and Ettingley Farm, passing to the south of the small lake and houses

Runway 05 departures: After departure turn left onto a track of 030°, avoiding Wellesbourne village.

An unlicensed 506 x 30m grass strip is located west of and parallel to the main runway 18 / 36. The grass is only available by prior arrangement. Simultaneous operations with the grass strip and the main tarmac runway are not permitted

Non radio aircraft not normally accepted

Touch and Go's are not permitted after 17:30 local time, except during winter night training sessions

Please avoid Snitterfield Gliding site, 4.5 miles north-west of Wellesbourne, with cable launching of gliders up to 2,400ft AMSL all year round.

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