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Charterhall Airfield technical

Charterhall Airfield accepts genuine emergency and precautionary diversions without charge per CAA CAP 667 9.2 (c) recommendations.

Specifications

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Traffic accepted

  • Aeroplanes: yes
  • Microlights: yes
  • Helicopters: yes
  • Gliders: maybe
  • NORDO: yes
  • Aerobatics allowed: maybe

Runways

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07/25 - 590 × 12m Asphalt
Runway surface rough. Airfield used for farming - always check runway for stock which may encroach onto the runway. Care must be taken to identify a fence which crosses the eastern end of the runway. Full 1000m can be used in emergency.

Frequencies

Notes

  • NORDO traffic accepted

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