Pilot Information

  • Deanland Airfield

    ICAO Code - EGKL

ICAO - EGKL

The owners and resident pilots of Deanland have spent many years building and maintaining a harmonious relationship with our neighbours.

Please do not jeopardise years of hard work.

Read and understand our procedures, accurately fly our circuits - they are really simple, keep noise levels to a minimum and our reputation will not be damaged.

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  • RUNWAYS

    MAKE SURE YOU CORRECTLY IDENTIFY THE RUNWAY

    Two runways: 06 Left Hand | 24 Right Hand, LDA: 457m


    The main 24/06 Runway is on the west side of the airfield by the airfield boundary fence / hedge and has white markers either side. It should not be mistaken for the taxiway or short winter runway. The eastern side short winter runway is not available for visitor use.


    Helicopters of all sizes are accepted - please fly the fixed wing circuit. Landing and Parking of all aircraft types is at your own risk.


    Both the runway and helipad have 'edge lighting' which can be illuminated on request (non compliant).


    Deanland has a short grass runway so you must be sure you and your aircraft are capable of operating safety to and from the airfield. We strongly recommend you visit the airfield by road before flying in.

    IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FLY IN

  • CIRCUIT INFORMATION

    NO LOW PASSES, BEAT-UPS OR FLY-BYS

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    Noise Abatement


    We operate strict noise abatement procedures, please read all the information in this section to be fully briefed. When calling for PPR you will be asked to confirm you have read and understood all procedures.


    Joining Information


    Several joins are available, but all must be conducted with reference to the 'AVOID' areas for noise abatement reasons which includes overflight whilst landing. Circuits are always to the north west: right hand on 24 and left hand on 06. Two miles out on approach to 06 is a private airfield, beware of conflicting traffic.

    Downwind: both runways accept a downwind join.

    Standard Overhead: RH for 24, LH for 06.

    Crosswind: Fly over the airfield at 1000ft AAL and turn 90 degrees onto Downwind.

    Straight In: Available on both runways, giving way to circuit traffic.

    Base: Circuit Joins Left Base for runway 06 and Right for runway 24 are acceptable, giving way to circuit traffic.


    Helicopters


    Please fly a fixed wing circuit. Make your approach to the centre of the runway then turn south east towards the helipad, as per the purple route above, to keep well away from parked fixed wing aircraft.


    Fixed and Rotary Wing Departure Information


    Runway 24 maintain runway track for 1.5 miles before turning en route.

    Runway 06 maintain runway track until crossing the A22 at the BP filling station before turning en route.

    For 06 Departures take extreme care not to drift over noise sensitive areas to the left or right.

    NO EARLY TURNS ALLOWED

    NO TRAINING CIRCUITS OR TOUCH-AND-GOS

    BEWARE

    DO NOT TAXI ON THE SOFT GROUND ADJACENT TO THE NEW HANGARS - THIS HAS BEEN RECENTLY SEEDED
  • ACCEPTABLE AIRCRAFT


    Single engine GA or 3-Axis Microlight Aircraft are accepted


    Helicopters of all types are accepted

    WE SINCERELY REGRET WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT FLEX-WING MICROLIGHTS OWING TO A LONG STANDING PLANNING ARRANGEMENT

  • DEANLAND RADIO - 129.730MHz


    Callsign - Deanland Radio


    Deanland Radio is an Air to Ground service only


    BLIND CALLS MUST ALWAYS BE MADE

  • VISITORS & LANDING FEES

    PPR REQUIRED

    SHOULD A VISITOR FAIL TO CALL FOR PPR, AN UNAUTHORISED LANDING FEE OF £100 WILL BE CHARGED

    You will be asked to confirm you have read and understood our landing, take off and noise abatement procedures when requesting PPR

    For PPR complete an online request or contact:

    07785 316368; 07787 316719, or

    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Landing Fees

    We require you to book in and pay landing fees on arrival. Alternatively, you can now pay your landing and parking fees online.


    You will see a 'C' close to the hangars, you will book in within 'The Hut' behind. If you have not paid your landing fee online, you should pay your landing fee when booking in. Please fill in the envelope as requested and place it in the landing fee box.


    Visitor Parking

    We require you to pay parking fees on arrival, this can be done in 'The Hut' while booking in. Fixed Wing Visitor Parking is on grass to the south east side of the runway and is clearly signed. Please use this area for parking. Do not use the residents parking a little nearer the hangar area. Deanland do not provide tie-downs; you must bring your own tie-down equipment.


    Helicopter visitor parking is on the helipad, but if overnighting it is on the grass area to the east of the helipad.


    ALL PARKING IS AT THE VISITORS OWN RISK AND DEANLAND DO NOT ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE OR THEFT


    Landing & Parking Fees

    • Private Fixed-Wing
    • £11

    • per landing
    • Helicopters Day
    • £55
    • Landing and take off between 0800-1800
    • Helicopters Night
    • £110
    • Landing and take off between 1801-0759
    • Overnight Parking
    • £11
    • per night for both fixed and rotary wing
    Prices shown are correct as of Oct 2018 and are subject to change.

    CIRCUIT TRAINING OR 'TOUCH AND GOS' ARE NOT PERMITTED

  • RUNWAYS

    MAKE SURE YOU CORRECTLY IDENTIFY THE RUNWAY

    Two runways: 06 Left Hand | 24 Right Hand, LDA: 457m


    The main 24/06 Runway is on the west side of the airfield by the airfield boundary fence / hedge and has white markers either side. It should not be mistaken for the taxiway or short winter runway. The eastern side short winter runway is not available for visitor use.


    Helicopters of all sizes are accepted - please fly the fixed wing circuit. Landing and Parking of all aircraft types is at your own risk.


    Both the runway and helipad have 'edge lighting' which can be illuminated on request (non compliant).


    Deanland has a short grass runway so you must be sure you and your aircraft are capable of operating safety to and from the airfield. We strongly recommend you visit the airfield by road before flying in.

    IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FLY IN

  • CIRCUIT INFORMATION

    NO LOW PASSES, BEAT-UPS OR FLY-BYS

    image

    Noise Abatement


    We operate strict noise abatement procedures, please read all the information in this section to be fully briefed. When calling for PPR you will be asked to confirm you have read and understood all procedures.


    Joining Information


    Several joins are available, but all must be conducted with reference to the 'AVOID' areas for noise abatement reasons which includes overflight whilst landing. Circuits are always to the north west: right hand on 24 and left hand on 06. Two miles out on approach to 06 is a private airfield, beware of conflicting traffic.

    Downwind: both runways accept a downwind join.

    Standard Overhead: RH for 24, LH for 06.

    Crosswind: Fly over the airfield at 1000ft AAL and turn 90 degrees onto Downwind.

    Straight In: Available on both runways, giving way to circuit traffic.

    Base: Circuit Joins Left Base for runway 06 and Right for runway 24 are acceptable, giving way to circuit traffic.


    Helicopters


    Please fly a fixed wing circuit. Make your approach to the centre of the runway then turn south east towards the helipad, as per the purple route above, to keep well away from parked fixed wing aircraft.


    Fixed and Rotary Wing Departure Information


    Runway 24 maintain runway track for 1.5 miles before turning en route.

    Runway 06 maintain runway track until crossing the A22 at the BP filling station before turning en route.

    For 06 Departures take extreme care not to drift over noise sensitive areas to the left or right.

    NO EARLY TURNS ALLOWED

    NO TRAINING CIRCUITS OR TOUCH-AND-GOS

    BEWARE

    DO NOT TAXI ON THE SOFT GROUND ADJACENT TO THE NEW HANGARS - THIS HAS BEEN RECENTLY SEEDED
  • ACCEPTABLE AIRCRAFT


    Single engine GA or 3-Axis Microlight Aircraft are accepted


    Helicopters of all types are accepted

    WE SINCERELY REGRET WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT FLEX-WING MICROLIGHTS OWING TO A LONG STANDING PLANNING ARRANGEMENT

  • DEANLAND RADIO - 129.730MHz


    Callsign - Deanland Radio


    Deanland Radio is an Air to Ground service only


    BLIND CALLS MUST ALWAYS BE MADE

  • VISITORS & LANDING FEES

    PPR REQUIRED

    SHOULD A VISITOR FAIL TO CALL FOR PPR, AN UNAUTHORISED LANDING FEE OF £100 WILL BE CHARGED

    You will be asked to confirm you have read and understood our landing, take off and noise abatement procedures when requesting PPR

    For PPR complete an online request or contact:

    07785 316368; 07787 316719, or

    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Landing Fees

    We require you to book in and pay landing fees on arrival. Alternatively, you can now pay your landing and parking fees online


    You will see a 'C' close to the hangars, you will book in within 'The Hut' behind. If you have not paid your landing fee online, you should pay your landing fee when booking in. Please fill in the envelope as requested and place it in the landing fee box.


    Visitor Parking

    We require you to pay parking fees on arrival, this can be done in 'The Hut' while booking in. Fixed Wing Visitor Parking is on grass to the south east side of the runway and is clearly signed. Please use this area for parking. Do not use the residents parking a little nearer the hangar area. Deanland do not provide tie-downs; you must bring your own tie-down equipment.


    Helicopter visitor parking is on the helipad, but if overnighting it is on the grass area to the east of the helipad.


    ALL PARKING IS AT THE VISITORS OWN RISK AND DEANLAND DO NOT ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE OR THEFT


    Landing & Parking Fees

    • Private Fixed-Wing
    • £11

    • per landing
    • Helicopters Day
    • £55
    • Landing and take off between 0800-1800
    • Helicopters Night
    • £110
    • Landing and take off between 1801-0759
    • Overnight Parking
    • £11
    • per night for both fixed and rotary wing
    Prices shown are correct as of Oct 2018 and are subject to change.

    CIRCUIT TRAINING OR 'TOUCH AND GOS' ARE NOT PERMITTED