A brief reminder for visiting pilots:

All aircraft must do a standard overhead join at 1800 feet above aerodrome level and a full visual circuit before landing, making blind transmissions as appropriate on 130.705, as there may be people on the runway/airfield.

Only Runway 02/20 is available to visiting aircraft. Please note that all other runways may be in use by resident aircraft and must be kept clear.

Parking and Signing in

When you have landed please park clear of ALL the runways (for parking see airfield diagram below) and sign in using Booking-in sheet in wooden hut behind the fuel kiosk (mandatory).

A landing fee of £15 per aircraft applies to non-members (and £10 for S.V.A.S. members) with an honesty box provided when signing in. If you prefer you may pay contactless in the Collection shop located in the main visitor attraction.

The site and airfield closes to visitors at 1700hrs Local (1600hrs in the winter).  You can now PPR out of hours for Fuel uplift ONLY. If you require fuel outside of Visitor Attraction opening hours you are welcome to fly in to Old Warden between 0600L (or SR -30mins whichever is the later) to SS +30mins.

Airfield Facilities

Pay at the pumps, self-service fuel UL91 and 100LL available during site opening hours. The pumps accept all major credit and debit cards.

On site is the world famous Shuttleworth Collection of airworthy vintage aircraft and working vehicles, Regency Swiss Garden and the Shuttleworth House – a grade ll* Victorian mansion. Also on-site we have a large children’s play area, the Woodland and Shrubbery Walks, Summer House and Lakeside Parkland. 60 acres in all!

The landing fee grants you (the pilot) access to The Collection, Swiss Garden and Parkland (normal fee is £15.50 per adult, £14.00 over 60s, Free for S.V.A.S. members) on non-event days. However, any passengers travelling with you who wish to visit The Collection and Swiss Garden will have to pay entry in the shop located in the main Visitor Attraction.