First time visitors are requested to obtain a telephone briefing from the ATSU.
Pilots are responsible for the safety and conduct of their passengers whilst airside at this airport.
Not available to aircraft unable to communicate by radio.
Aerodrome is not available to weight shift microlights.
No circuit training permitted on PHs and outside published operating hours.
Aerodrome closed to all traffic on Christmas day.
When the visibility is less than 3000 metres, landing operations for Twin turbo-prop aircraft with certified weights above 5700 kg and turbo-fan aircraft of any weight that are not normally based at Fairoaks Airport will not normally be permitted. If the operation is conducted in accordance with a JAA AOC then the minimum landing visibility shall be as stated in the operators Operations Manual.
Due to planning restrictions, only four runway movements are permitted before 1000 (local) on Sundays. A similar restriction of only four movements also applies after 2000 (local). Pilots who wish to operate before 1000 or after 2000 on Sundays must obtain a runway slot from the tower. No fixed wing movements are permitted between 2200 and 0700 local.
High visibility clothing must be worn by all personnel on the apron and manoeuvring area between sunset and sunrise, except for passengers who are being escorted.
With the exception of approved operators, the aerodrome is not available for circuit flying by non-Fairoaks based aircraft.