Old Sarum Airfield by helicopter

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Old Sarum Airfield by helicopter
Latitude 51.101777
Longitude -1.780225
DMS Format 51° 6' 6"N, 1° 46' 48"W
W3W format slug.notch.crowned
3 Old Sarum Park, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP4 6BU, UK
Aerodrome
Old Sarum Airfield EGLS
+44 1722 322525
Communication Manager
Old Sarum is the best-preserved flying field of the World War I period. It is bounded by one of the most complete suites of technical and hangar buildings of the period. The site has three Grade II* listed hangars, a Grade II listed former workshop, and a Grade II listed TA Headquarters (former Station Headquarters). The airfield was designated as a conservation area by Salisbury District Council in February 2007. A new aviation museum opened in Hangar 1 on 1 July 2012 when the Boscombe Down Aviation Collection relocated here from nearby Boscombe Down airfield. - Cafe with licensed bar available - Operated by Old Sarum Airfield Ltd - Helicopter pilots to call before starting rotors - PPR via RT before entering the ATZ. Form available online: http://www.oldsarumairfield.co.uk/ppr-form/ - Non-radio aircraft not accepted - Danger Area EG D127, 2 nm NE of the aerodrome - Free-fall parachuting Wed-Sun and PHs, up to FL150. - Noise abatement procedure: avoid overflying Alderbury, Salisbury Cathedral Spire and local villages - Full airfield information online: http://www.oldsarumairfield.co.uk/airfield-info/
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