Stoke airfield is located in Medway, Kent, 4 nautical miles west of Sheerness

Stoke Radio118.930
Southend Radar (LARS)130.780

If no reply on 118.930 then make blind calls on 118.930 to Stoke traffic

Runway 24 is the preferential runway when there is a tailwind component of 5 knots or less and the runway is dry

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Circuits operate on the south side of the airfield at a height of 800 QFE

Pilots should join via the overhead at a height of 1200 feet QFE

No deadside to the north

The airfield is site of intense microlight and gyro training

Pilots should keep a good lookout and make blind calls if no replies

Strip has a very slight curve over its entire length

Pilots should taxi along the sea wall side of the runway and park on the other side next to the fence, the first 4 spaces are used by school aircraft only

Airfield is situated in the Southend RMZ, aircraft requiring entry into the RMZ should establish two way communications with Southend Radar on 130.780 before entering the RMZ

Who to Contact

Below is the order in which you should contact a controller




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