If you wish to fly in to Eshott, please ensure that you have read the notes below.
Position 7nm North of Morpeth (N5516.84 W00142.82)
Runways It has two main tarmac runways and one grass runway which is only used in dry conditions.
- 01-19 – 610m
- 01/19Grass -610m
- 08-26 – 550m
Circuits 800 feet QFE (join overhead at 1,500ft).
- Blue circuit – 01 right hand – 19 left hand
- Green circuit – 08 right hand – 26 left hand
These circuits are suitable for most light aircraft. If necessary, they may be extended for larger aircraft as long as no properties are overflown. Under no circumstances should these circuits be shortened.
Please join overhead at 1500ft QFE and let down to circuit height on the dead side. Aircraft in the circuit should keep a sharp lookout for slower aircraft.
Radio 122.850Mhz ‘Eshott Radio’ (a/g service)
Elevation 197ft (7hPa)
PPR Please call ahead if you intend to land with us. If you cannot get through, leave a text message or voice message to let us know you are coming.
Notes Model Aircraft flying up to 300ft takes place on Sundays in a field South East of the aerodrome. The field is exactly 1.6nm from the threshold of Runway 01 on a bearing 110 degrees. Although this should not affect pilots, they should be aware of it.
Fuel Please call ahead or complete the fuel booking form on this website for AvGas or MoGas.
An A5 airfield card with all pilot information can be downloaded as a PDF - note be careful not to 'fit' to A4 paper when printing, set to 'actual size' or it will not be A5 size.