Shoreham Airport is the oldest licensed airfield in the UK and has a beautiful Grade II* listed art deco style Terminal Building. The outside viewing areas offer an exciting opportunity to enjoy aviation in a pleasant environment and a visit to the Airports Visitor Centre is a must for a family outing where guided tours can be arranged for anyone wishing to see and hear the history of the airfield
Shoreham Airport is at the forefront of general aviation in the UK, and a major base for flying activities on the South Coast. The fun City of Brighton with its extensive shopping facilities, huge choice of restaurants and bars along with a vibrant night life is a short hop away by bus, taxi or rail and the Shoreham by Sea railway station will provide a simple and efficient means to get you to Gatwick Airport or London and beyond.
With its friendly stress-free atmosphere, Shoreham Airport offers all the requirements for modern aviation including a delightful Bar and Restaurant in the main Terminal Building overlooking the airfield and boasts a comprehensive catering facilities for breakfast, lunch, snacks or perhaps just a coffee from the well appointed viewing area.
For the pilot Shoreham Airport could not be better with 3 runways (one hard and two grass), full night flying facilities, NDB and GPS published approaches, DME, ATIS, VDF, PAPIS, on-site Customs and Immigration Category 2 Fire and Rescue service, Transair Pilot shop and close proximity to France with an array of airports less than an hour away. Shoreham Airport also often enjoys a microclimate, being sandwiched between the South Downs and the coast, resulting in great flying conditions when other airfields struggle to get aeroplanes off the ground.
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