Breighton airfield is located in Yorkshire, 5.5 nautical miles north east of Selby

Breighton Radio129.805

Runway 28 is the preferential runway when there is a tailwind component of 5 knots or less and the runway is dry

Image from OpenStreetMaps
Image from OpenStreetMaps

Circuits operate to the south side

Do not descend dead side or directly into the circuit

Join the circuit, level at circuit height of 1000 feet QFE directly onto downwind or base

Departing aircraft should climb straight ahead to a distance of at least 2 nautical miles before turning north

Avoid overflying the villages of Breighton and Wressle to the south, farm buildings to the south west and Bubwith village to the north

Avoid overflying the River Derwent Valley, Derwent Ings, Lower Derwent Valley and Breighton Meadows

North side restricted airspace is frequently used for aerobatic display practice

Possible turbulence from hangars with southerly winds

The runway is obscured by buildings and difficult to see from the south

Who to Contact

Below is the order in which you should contact a controller




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