Ashaig, By Broadford, Isle of Skye. IV42 8PZ
TEC Services, Broom Place, Portree, Isle of Skye. IV51 9HL
Tel: 01478 61 2727
Controller: Alistair Streeton (Direct Dial 01478 61 4867)
Directions: The aerodrome is approx 3 miles north of the Skye Bridge and is signposted to the right: Google Map
Aerodrome is operational
Aerodrome is currently available for suitable events
Aerodrome may be in use occasionally for BloKarting
On the following dates the runway will be in use for non air related activities, pilots please follow the local code of practise -
No Current Events
The aerodrome was constructed by the Royal Engineers in 1972 and Loganair operated a daily service to Glasgow until 1988. Currently the aerodrome is maintained and operated by the Highland Council, TEC Services. Although this aerodrome is unlicensed and unmanned, the facility is open 24/7 and all suitable aircraft and organisations are welcome. The council will consider using the aerodrome to host any reasonable non air related events; in the past such events have included music festivals, big budget film locations, TV adverts, for the large scale storage of wind farm components, military use and is currently home to The Skye Flying Club and Xtreme BloKarting.
The Skye Flying Club currently comprises three microlight aircraft. The club is planning to grow and NPPL training with Air Experience flights are due to start next year.
For more details contact Mike Westman on 01471 833 259 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Aerodrome Reference Point – 57 15 10 N 05 49 30 W
- Length of Runway – 771m
- Width of Runway – 23m
- Runway Surface – Asphalt
- The aircraft working area is lit and is covered by CCTV
- Fuel is not available to non emergency aircraft
- There is a clearly marked yellow restricted area, which is exclusively for Emergency Services use only and must remain clear at all times
- Vehicle access to the aerodrome is restricted, requiring prior permission, however parking is available outside entrance.
- Up to date weather information is available from the Met Office web site using the location Lusa this station is located near the aerodrome.
Using the Aerodrome for Aircraft Use
When flying to the aerodrome it is advisable to phone in advance giving your ETA, at which time any relevant information regarding any other air movements or activities based on the runway will be given.
A local code of practice when using the aerodrome is detailed in the conditions of use (18kb pdf). These are required to allow other activities from time to time to take place on the runway.
Payment for Landing Dues (16kb pdf) is by an honesty system in which you complete a landing log (9kb pdf) on arrival, obtainable from the box on the blue container. Completed logs should be posted in box marked completed logs. Invoice will posted out to the appropriate address, please do not leave cash payment.
Using the Aerodrome for non aircraft use
Should you wish to use the aerodrome for any non air related operation or events, it is important that you read and understand the look out duties and conditions of use (18kb pdf) to assess the suitability of the aerodrome for your event.
For further details please contact the main TECS office in Portree who will advise you regarding the suitability of your proposal and availability of the Aerodrome.
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