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By ChrisGazzard

To celebrate the arrival of British Summer Time, this weekend we are reducing our landing fees for General Aviation aircraft below 2,500kg.

Whether you are a resident, a regular visitor, or have never visited Blackbushe before, take advantage, take to the skies, and of course don't forget to visit the Bushe Cafe!

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Blackbushe Airport is pleased to announce a reduction in the AVGAS 100LL price from Thursday 17th May.


The new price reduces the cost of fuel by 17 pence per litre from that offered throughout 2017, and represents a significant saving for residents and visitors alike. This further builds on our commitment to General Aviation, and has been achieved by careful negotiation with fuel suppliers, and a re-organisation of the fuelling setup behind the scenes.

Blackbushe Airport is able to provide AVGAS fuel from either the fuel storage facility, or from a Mercedes mobile bowser on stand. JET-A1 is provided on-stand from a Mercedes mobile bowser. Rotors Running Refuelling was also introduced in late 2017 and can be provided to rotary traffic by prior arrangement.

Effective Thursday 17th May, the Blackbushe Airport fuel prices will be as follows:

AVGAS-100LL: £1.42 + VAT per litre
JET-A1: £0.75 + VAT per litre

Blackbushe Airport is open from 07:00 – 18:00 local, 7 days per week, with evening extensions possible between 18:00 and 22:00 local by prior arrangement. Fuelling is provided from 08:00 local, 7 days per week, or at other times by prior arrangement.

Visiting aircraft uplifting 50 Litres of AVGAS 100LL benefit from a half price landing fee.

Blackbushe Airport is located on the borders of Hampshire, Surrey, and Berkshire, and handles over 30,000 movements each year. This consists of a mix of training aircraft, General Aviation, and Business Aviation traffic. ... blackbushe
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Well equipped offices available for immediate occupation!
Blackbushe Airport is pleased to announce new office space available within the Terminal Building. The focal point of the airport, this building offers a great setting for your business. The offices have been redecorated following the departure of the previous tenant, and can be available immediately.

For more information see:
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By James Chan
Flying into these offices on some occasions would be a fantastic commute to work! :-D
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By ChrisGazzard
Reduced Visitor Landing Fees

At Blackbushe we are continually working to improve the airport facilities, as well as to encourage and support General Aviation. We’ve had a busy summer and have been pleased to meet and talk to many GA pilots, both at AeroExpo, and also those who have taken advantage of our discounted landing fee vouchers in Flyer Magazine, Microlight Magazine, and the LAA Magazine. We’ve listened carefully to the feedback and have understood that cost is a big factor in deciding where to visit.

We are therefore pleased to announce a reduction in our visitor landing fees effective immediately.

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From 15th October Blackbushe will be available for an extra hour 7 days a week. This will bring our closing time to 19:00 local. This will be AFIS and AGL, but RFFS won't be provided.

Residents and Visitors are welcome, but please PPR in advance.

There will be a charge of £5 + VAT for each landing between 18:00 and 19:00 local, in addition to the usual landing fee. To respect our neighbours, for the purposes of noise abatement there will be no circuits or Touch & Go movements after 18:00 local.

The airport will remain open past 18:00 local only if there have been movements booked in advance. Pilots must PPR by 17:00 local on the day of the flight. If there are no planned movements, then the airport will close, lights will be turned off, and staff will be sent home.

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You can submit your PPR here.
By chevvron
A word of caution; the 'Skylink' weather display is showing incorrect information; it shows the pressure settig in millibars (mb) but the unit to be used in the UK is the 'hectopascal '(hpa) :twisted: