Nottingham City Airport

Radio Frequency:


01159 811 327


* Information not to be used for detailed flight planning - please check details with airfield or current chart

Nottingham (Tollerton) Airport was opened in 1930 for civilian aviation. During World War II, the airport was known as RAF Tollerton and acted as a relief landing ground for the Polish Training School based at RAF Newton for the Polish Air Force, and was host to Field Aircraft Services, which repaired battle damaged heavy aircraft and later dismantled them.

The airport primarily serves general aviation and has two hard runways: 09/27 and 03/21 which are 1,050 m × 30 m (3,445 ft × 98 ft) and 821 m × 23 m (2,694 ft × 75 ft) respectively.

The longer runway is equipped with lighting for night flying, which operates during the winter flying season.
The Chocks Away café offers good home made food with views of the aircraft taking off and landing.

Please join overhead or deaside only. PPR to non-radio aircraft. Hi-viz jacket please. Fuel is AVGAS and JET A1. Car hire and taxis can be arranged. Radio is 134.875.

Photography (mostly) Neil Wilson

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