Welcome to Brighton City Airport
A further update on the Coronavirus (COVID-19): General Aviation (GA) guidance was issued by HM Government on 17 May. Full text of the latest government guidance for GA can be found at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-general-aviation/coronavirus-covid-19-general-aviation. GA flying at Shoreham can take place in line with the restrictions and rules on gatherings.
The Airport is operating to the published hours and providing services as notified in the UK AIP. Rules on social distancing should be respected and face coverings are required when visiting the Fire Station and inside the Airport Terminal. The Hummingbird restaurant is now fully open and operating in accordance with government guidelines and the pop-up Café 8 located to the east of the Transair building is also providing refreshments throughout the week.
We welcome the return to seasonal norms for flying, but ask that pilots act responsibly, for example by avoiding noise-sensitive and built-up areas to avoid people becoming concerned by the increase in airfield activity. Do read the EGKA NOTAMs for the latest information and please apply good COVID-Secure practices: HANDS, FACE, SPACE.
Brighton City Airport, the oldest continuously licensed airport in the UK, is the perfect gateway to the south coast of England.
The Airport is open 7 days a week and offers you instant access to everything the South East has to offer. Minutes from the A27, it has excellent road access to the local area and great transport links to London, France and further into Continental Europe.
As you fly into Brighton City Airport, avoiding the busy airspace of London, you will enjoy stunning views of the fabulous coastline and South Downs National Park. Below you will witness gorgeous green countryside, quaint British towns and the dramatic south coast that stretches far off into the distance.
You will find a warm and professional welcome awaiting your arrival and we stand ready to serve your aviation needs be they be for business or leisure. Easy aircraft parking and refuelling and it is only a short walk to the Main Terminal building.
21st Century Airport
The Airport serves the needs of today’s discerning flyers. It is a popular airfield for GA leisure and training flying. An ideal port for business and executive aircraft which can operate to a range of circa 900 miles encompassing many destinations throughout Europe.
Add handling to your visit and our dedicated and friendly staff will take excellent care of the needs of the passengers, crew members and aircraft. Indeed, view our ground services here and our experienced handling team will provide assistance tailored to your requirements.
As well as being a choice aviation facility, Brighton City Airport is also a great day out thanks to its historically significant Grade II Listed hangar and art deco listed terminal building. The Main Terminal building was opened on 13th June 1936 under the name ‘Brighton Hove and Worthing Joint Municipal Airport’ and still stands proud, today. Aviation enthusiasts can enjoy a guided tour of these wonderful historic buildings and learn about how the Airport was utilised during the Second World War and post-war period before visiting the Shoreham Airport Collection (SAC) located in the Main Airport Terminal whose volunteer staff look forward to greeting you.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is not possible for the SAC to operate as we would wish.
The volunteers will open the facility again as soon as we are permitted and it is safe so to do.
Passengers, visitors and locals alike can all dine in the fabulous and popular Hummingbird Cafe, which is located in the Main Terminal building and has stunning views across the airfield towards Lancing College and the South Downs National Park.
The Hummingbird restaurant is now operating daily in accordance with government guidelines providing at-table service indoors and outdoors.
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