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Ledbury Airfield technical

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Submitted by: Simon Newton

PPR by telephone. Field is unmanned. Visitors welcome at own risk. Runway is regularly cut.

Crops grow to edge of strip, sheep may be grazing on the aerodrome. Power lines to 30ft cross the approach to 25 300m from the threshold. Trees to south of 07 can cause turbulence with southerly winds.


Traffic accepted

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

Runways

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07/25 - 830 × 28m Grass Unlicensed
Circuits LH 1000ft QFE. 25 theshold displaced to avoid high-sided vehicles on main road.

Frequencies

Notes

  • NORDO traffic may be accepted

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