Eaglescott Airfield

Visiting Pilots

The Airfield is OPEN TO ALL VISITING  AIRCRAFT on Saturdays and Sundays. 

To visit Eaglescott, PRIOR PERMISSION is REQUIRED (PPR) by telephone between 08.00 and 09.00 or by email on Friday evenings.
If you wish to fly in on Weekdays you may telephone between 08.30 and 09.00 however if no contact is made, then the airfield is closed and you may not land.

JET A1 – 89p/ltr,       No AVGAS 100LL or  UL91  until Spring 2022.      The clubroom will remain closed until 2022.

Weekday Landing fee £20 for Gyro’s, Light Helicopters, Microlights and all Light Single Engine Piston Aircraft and Twins..

Landing fee reduced to only £10 at weekends during the season.

The Airfield operating hours are from 0800 to 2100 local.

The parallel taxiway for RWY 25/07 is out of use due to work in progress and grass seeding.  Do not proceed westbound along the taxiway beyond the RWY 33/15 intersection.

To visit Eaglescott, PRIOR PERMISSION is REQUIRED (PPR) by telephone between 08.00 and 09.00 or by email on Friday evenings.
If you wish to fly in on Weekdays you may telephone between 08.30 and 09.00 however,
if no contact is made, then the airfield is closed and you may not land.

The Devon Air Ambulance is based at Eaglescott, callsign Helimed. The Air Ambulance always has priority when departing the airfield, as it will be on an emergency call.

On hearing the Air Ambulance, if you are on base or final, continue to land. If in the overhead or downwind, please orbit until the Air Ambulance has departed.

Arrival procedures

Make a standard overhead join at 2000′ QFE, left hand circuits. Airfield elevation is 655′ AMSL.

PLEASE AVOID OVERFLYING LOCAL VILLAGES

Eaglescott Runways
Eaglescott Grass Runways – 07, 25 and 33

A PDF file of the airfield plate is temporarily removed.
A PDF file of the airfield text is temporarily removed.

AVGAS 100LL and UL91 is not available until Spring 2022
JET A1 is available
Please note payment is by cheque or cash. The airfield has no credit or debit card facilities.

A Google Earth satellite picture of the airfield is available here.

The radar station and ‘golf ball’ can be seen in the picture below.

radar