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COVID-19 – Brighton City Airport Status Update

17/04/2020

We appreciate the eagerness of the GA community to get back flying again and we look forward to seeing you in the air again after this long lay-off.  However, we are all working within the Governments guidelines and the latest notice issued on 31 March 2020 which can be found at:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-recreational-general-aviation/coronavirus-covid-19-recreational-general-aviation

Notwithstanding, the published hours shown elsewhere on the website, because of the COVID-19 situation, the Airport is open daily between 0900 and 1800 (L) to support essential flying, emergency services and military movements.  Staffing levels have been reduced to minimum with social distancing measures applied.  Air Traffic Control services are available at most times, but this is reduced to Air/Ground occasionally to accommodate rest breaks.  The Fire cover is established for CAT 1, but we can accommodate CAT2 movements on requests subject to 24 hrs notice.

We continue to operate under Prior Permission Required (PPR) rules.  Please contact ATC on 01273 467377 and also monitor NOTAMs for the latest updates.

The Terminal Building is closed to visitors and the Hummingbird Restaurant is closed until further notice.

We have good quantities of Jet A1 and AVGAS available, but with card payment only.

Apron and grass parking available and temporary accommodation in the Municipal Hangar can be made available on request.

We continue to review our operation daily in light of the updated advice and announcements made by Government.  Clearly it would be a pleasure to see you, but only do so if you can satisfy the guidance given in the link above.

We have provided based operators with a process to follow to accommodate the need for essential flying as the current restrictions have been prolonged. Details can be obtained from ATC.

Keep healthy and keep safe.

24/03/2020

    • We continue to monitor the situation very closely and follow Government advice
    • The Airfield remains available but with adjusted operational hours (0900 – 1900) from the 24th March, for necessary flights and to support essential emergency services as required
    • Staffing levels have been reduced to minimum with social distancing measures applied
    • We have reduced Fire Cover – CAT 1, but may accommodate CAT 2 movements on request subject to 24hrs notice
    • We continue to operate under Prior Permission Required (PPR) rules
    • The Terminal building, including the café, is closed to visitors until further notice
    • JET A1 and AVGAS remain available but with card payment only
    • Pilots are reminded to monitor NOTAMs for the latest updates
    • Thank you for your cooperation and please continue to follow all Government advice during these difficult times
    • If you have to fly, please stay safe

Executive Travel

Add handling to your visit to our airport and our dedicated and friendly staff will take care of all the passengers, crew members and aircraft needs. Whether it’s a taxi for your onward travel or simply croissants and a paper on arrival, our handling team are here to offer you the extra level of assistance.

Fly for Business or Pleasure

A true place of leisure, with stunning views and plenty to see and do, Brighton City Airport is possibly the area’s best kept secret. Charter a helicopter or private jet here or from here for an important event or business meeting or treat a loved one to a special surprise.

Aerodrome Documents and Safeguarding

 

Safety is our first priority at the airport, we are open 7 days a week and provide ATC and full fire cover throughout our hours of operation. Click here to access all our important safety documents, notices and procedures.

Air Ground procedures at Brighton City Airport

agcs

When obtaining PPR, pilots are to confirm that they are conversant with all of the points listed in the AGCS guide, and are prepared to operate under these terms.