Sturgate Airfield











Radio Frequency:
130.300



Contacts:

Tel:
01427 838 280 – Weekdays

Tel:
01427 838 305 - Weekends

Email:
info@lincolnaeroclub.co.uk

Website:
www.lincolnaeroclub.co.uk





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












A well known friendly airfield, not least for its local Fish and Chip shop in nearby Kexby -3/4 mile walk away.  Join the local flyers who fly –in and treat yourself to a portion. Tea and coffee and chocolate bars on site at the clubhouse, with Avgas if needed. Radio is 130.300.  PPR is required. Telephone (Duty Pilot) 01427 838305. RAF Scampton is nearby – home of The Red Arrows -so check the Sturgate website for approach details.


Sturgate airfield  is an aerodrome located 10 miles north of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England. Originally opened in 1944 as RAF Sturgate, the airfield was planned as an operational bomber air station, but opened too late to see active use. The RAF station was closed down between 1946 and 1953, but saw further service as a Royal Air Force base until 1964, providing a stop for USAF SAC fighter units being relocated to other bases. Currently, it is an unlicensed aerodrome operated by Eastern Air Executive and the Lincoln Aero Club.

























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