NO PRIOR PERMISSION REQUIRED
Fenland Aero Club operates on a None PPR bases with the exception of:
- Non-Radio Flights – PPR required;
- Aircraft or helicopters requiring JETA1 fuel – PPR required;
|Single Engine (including helicopters)||£5.00|
|Twin Engines (including jet helicopter)||£15.00|
|NB: NO LANDING FEE – IF FUEL UPLIFT MORE THAN 100 LITRES|
RUNWAY 18 / 36 (LICENSED)
Runway 18 (Grass):
518m Landing / 600m Take Off
30m wide (with Displaced Threshold due to close proximity of road)
Runway 36 (Grass):
600m Landing / 600m Take Off
IMPORTANT – all landing traffic on RW18/36 must vacate onto the western taxiway to backtrack parking or fuel (as eastern taxiway too narrow and therefore unsafe for taxiing aircraft as well as landing / departing traffic).
RUNWAY 08 / 26 (UNLICENSED)
Runway 08 (Grass):
Runway 26 (Grass):
Runway 18 Right Hand at 1,000ft
Runway 36 Left Hand at 1,000ft
Runway 08 Right Hand at 1,000ft
Runway 26 Left Hand at 1,000ft
Noise Abatement Procedure
- All traffic to avoid overflying the village of Holbeach St Johns (1nm east if the aerodrome) below 1500 ft QFE
- RW 18 Arrivals – to avoid overflying the farmhouse / riding centre west of the extended centre line, on base leg fly on northern side of electrical cables 1800m north of aerodrome until established on extended line.
- RW 36 Departures – to avoid overflying the farm house / riding centre West of the extended line, after take off, track 5° right of the extended line and maintain until passing the electrical cables 1800m North of the aerodrome.
- RW 08/26 Arrivals – landing traffic vacate onto the northern taxiway and proceed to parking or fuel via the RW18/36 western taxiway.
- RW 18 Departures – taxi to Hold Echo or cross with care to the western taxiway and proceed to Hold Whiskey.
- RW 36/08/26 Departures – departing traffic to cross to the western taxiway and proceed to Hold Bravo (by the windsock).
- RW 26 Departures – departing traffic backtrack RW 26 to line up, only when the approach is clear of landing traffic.
- Fenland aerodrome operates a Ground Radio Service 122.925 MHz, using the call sign ‘Fenland Radio’.
- If no answer Pilots should provide relevant safety information on frequency 122.925 MHz, using the call sign ‘Fenland Traffic’.
- Aerodrome wind direction from the wind sleeve at Hold Bravo located at runway intersection 18/36 & 08/26.
On Arrival at Fenland
- Pilots should ‘sign in’ at the Clubhouse in accordance with Rules of the Air (Rule 38).
- Please do not park in front of the Clubhouse, Flying School or the first two lines of parking (which are reserved for the Flying School aircraft).
Aerodrome Status on Mondays
- Fenland Aerodrome is unlicensed on Mondays.
- Clubhouse facilities will be limited and catering may not be available.
- Self service fuel (Avgas & UL91) is available.
- WARNING – pilots are warned that during the summer months grass cutting and other maintenance is undertaken on Mondays; therefore, pilots should exercise extreme caution when using the airfield.