Pilot reviews of Nayland Airfield
Land up the hill and takeoff down the hill.
I done it! :o)
A warm welcome, cup of tea and a pee.
|“||Flew in yesterday in a Jab, and confirm that it definitely is on the side and top of a hill so a ppr is useful to be talked throught the best aproach method. Also Tony Harris the operator walked me across the runways through the best take off options. Very helpful.
Looked a useful place to stop and will definitely be going back again
|“||Visited Nayland on May 1st from EGTR and was deeply impressed with the warm welcome.
Easy to find when just following the Stour river. The approach into RWY 32 was interesting, indeed the most upsloped in my carreer. Upon departure our C172 came off the ground (RWY 04) before the downslope.
Please take caution when using RWY 04 to familiarize with the runway and determe the exact location of the downslope (I suggest by foot), as that is not too visible during the bigger part of the run from 04 (from behind the hangars).
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