Welcome to Skegness Airfield


Skegness 2 miles South.

Ingoldmells 1 mile North.

Plenty of fish and chips, and ice-cream available nearby. In fact all types of cuisine up to fine dining.

Butlins 10/15 minute walk from runway.

Airfield Details
The Clubhouse is open at weekends April to October.
At all other times, the radio may not be manned, so if you are flying in, please look at the windsock, make your traffic calls and land on the appropriate runway. Park in the parking area to the north west or north east of 03 runway. 
Disabled facilities are available on site and assistance available with prior notice.

Taxis can be booked at the Clubhouse or at the Water Leisure Park Reception. 
Use of this airfield is entirely at your own risk.

Caution: Airfield can be subject to waterlogging - especially in winter months.

Landing Fees
Singles, Microlights, Gyrocopters etc - £7 Twins and Helicopters - £15
Overnight parking of aircraft - £5
Fees are payable at the Clubhouse or Water Leisure Park Reception or Barn Inn.

Facilities on site include:
Cafe and Pub with bar meals.


Fishing lake

Water Ski Lake


Bungalows to rent
Camping Pods

Directions to the beach
At the end of Walls Lane, take the right footpath, past the telephone box, to an underpass on the left. Then turn right and head for the Beachcomber pub which is situated on the beach along with other facilities.

Contact telephone numbers
PPR and Airfield Information 07909 843314 and 07714 899600
Water Leisure Park Reception 01754 899400

Airfield Information
Co-ordinates N 53 10 20.11491
E 00 19 32.11911
Radio Frequency A/G 132.425
Grass Airfield
OTR 113.90 156 35.2
GAM 112.80 101 46.5
Op hrs 10.00 – 18.00 hrs local
Runways 03/21 799m x 23m
11/29 650m x 23m
All circuits inland i.e. 03/11 LH - 21/29 RH
Circuit Height 1000ft
Avoid overflying Skegness town in circuit
Alternate A/D Humberside EGNJ, Wickenby EGNW
Lighting – Nil
Fuel – Nil (Nearest fuel – Fenland, Wickenby, Gamston, North Coates and Humberside)
Customs – Nil
Maintenance – M3
AD close to N boundary of the Wash AIAA. Aircraft approaching from south must contact Coningsby (120.800) during their ops hours, or Waddington (127.350) during their ops hours.
Operated by Skegness Aero Club.

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