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Lleweni Parc Airfield

Submitted by: Kevin Hook

Lleweni Parc is home to Denbigh Gliding. They host gliding expeditions throughout the year. Activity is sporadic, but may be intense during peak season expeditions.

http://www.denbighgliding.co.uk

PPR 01745 812062

Open to visiting motor gliders and some GA machines.

All operations from the tarmac strip 850m 27/09

No fuel on site


  • Location: Denbighshire, GB
  • Type: Unlicensed
  • PPR: Yes
  • Position: N53°12.65 W003°23.20
  • Contact Details

    Submitted by: ian walton
    Lleweni Parc is home to Denbigh Gliding club they operate at weekends and mid week during the summer. denbighglidingclub.co.uk

    PPR

    telephone 01745 813774 leave a message

    Open to visiting motor gliders and some GA machines

    Gliding frequency 129.975 call 10 miles out "Denbigh base"

    grass wet in winter

    narrow tarmac strip 800m 27/09

    NO fuel on site


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    22 Jul 14 - John Watkins

    For any GA pilot considering going to the Denbigh/Rhyl area, or anywhere else in Northeast Wales this is a great place to land. Run by Denbigh gliding, for those wishing the freedom of small strip flying, this the place to go. The Parc is found in the valley 2 miles North East of Denbigh and with the runway running East/West there is high ground a few miles either at either end. There is also a high mast on the hills to the East. The runway is 800 metres long but single track road in width which might make life interesting in a cross wind, it also slopes upwards on Runway 27.

    The Parc operates within farmed land and so it is definitely 'keep off the grass' read the briefing notes for pilots on the Parc's website. Radio calls are recommended, these are 'blind' so do not expect a response. Because of local gliding keep a good lookout and establish runway and circuit in use, on the ground you cannot see the whole length of the runway due to the slope so be aware of potential conflict on still days. Get regional pressure settings before landing as the Radio is not necessarily going to be manned.

    A great experience with no hassle, just stay safe jump in plane and go.

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