UK Airfields

Abbots Bromley to Duxford

 

Cat Code Name Alt Name La D M S Lo D M S Opened Use on 1st Dec 1944 Current Use Contributor Remarks
                               
A X3AB Abbots Bromley -- N 52 49 39 W 001 53 32 1940 RAF. 51 Grp. EFTS RLG Agriculture Guard house and single Robin hangar remaining. Used post war for ammunition storage for a short period.
A EGPD Aberdeen Dyce N 57 12 07 W 002 11 52 1934 RAF. 106 Grp. Coastal PRU OTU Airport Active
C X0RQ Aberdeen West Seaton Farm N 57 10 W 002 05 -- -- n/k pre war civil
A X7AB Abergavenny N 51 47 40 W 002 59 38 -- -- PS --
B X0AY Abergavenny Llanfoist N 51 48 42 W 003 01 39 1920 -- Agriculture --
A X2AB Abingdon -- N 51 41 16 W 001 18 58 1932 RAF 91 Grp. Bomber OTU Disused Large RAF MU recently handed over to Army. (Dalton Barracks). Airfield, hangars and domestic sites all intact. Active at weekends.
A X6AB Aboyne -- N 57 04 32 W 002 50 22 -- N/A Gliding --
C X0AL Abridge Loughton N 51 39 E 000 07 1932 -- n/k pre war civil. Closed 1936. May have been Stapleford.
A X5AK Acklington Southfields N 55 18 03 W 001 38 25 1916 RAF. 12 Grp. Night Fighter Fwd A/F Prison Closed 1972. Admin and domestic sites now covered by prison, runways dug up to become an open cast coal site.
A X0AG Acton -- N 51 31 05 W 000 16 13 1910 -- Industry Airfield site opened for civilian use in 1910. Use by MAP during WW2. Site handed over for industrial use in 1945. Little evidence of site today
A ++++ Addlestone -- N 51 22 28 W 000 28 58 1916 -- Industry ANEC and Bleriot aircraft factory site. Closed in 1927. Aircraft were flown from Brooklands.
A X0AI Aintree Racecourse N 53 28 37 W 002 56 47 1909 -- Racecourse National Aircraft Factory No.3. No historical remains.
A X2AK Akeman Street -- N 51 49 22 W 001 31 01 1940 RAF. 23 Grp. AFU RLG Agriculture Extinct
A EGKD Albourne -- N 50 55 44 W 000 12 50 -- -- PS Was a Private strip. Closed around 2001.
A X3AS Alcester -- N 52 13 52 W 001 52 38 -- -- PS --
A X3AY Alconbury Abbots Ripton N 52 22 29 W 000 13 13 1938 8th AF. 482nd Bomb Group Disused Was EGWZ but closed 1994. All runways and taxiways still extant from USAF use. Much of the USAF fabric still present, buildings, hangars and hardened shelters. An A10 and F4C phantom on display inside the base, viewable if the security are agreeable. (02/2005)
A X0AD Aldeburgh -- N 52 10 57 E 001 34 22 -- WW1 use only. Agriculture RNAS Station. No evidence of site remains. (10/2001)
B X3AH Alder Hall -- N 52 36 50 W 001 16 32 -- -- PS Was a Private strip. Closed. Exact location uncertain.
A X2AM Aldermaston -- N 51 22 01 W 001 08 38 1942 9th AF. 434th Troop Carrier Group AWRE The airfield is now covered in AWRE buildings, but the T2 hangars and Control Tower are a fully integrated part of that!
A EGJA Alderney -- N 49 42 24 W 002 12 54 -- Occupied Airfield Active
A X4AP Alexandra Park Didsbury N 53 26 51 W 002 13 32 1918 -- Parkland No.15 AAP in WW1. Military field until 1920. Used by Avro until 1924 when the AM lease expired.
B X0AH All Hallows Sheerness N 51 28 13 E 000 38 20 1914? WW1 use only. Agriculture LG. Closed 1918. Extinct
A X3AL Allensmore -- N 51 59 24 W 002 46 54 -- -- PS --
A X6AA Alloa -- N 56 06 50 W 003 46 04 1914 -- Agriculture Factory airfield in WW1.
A X6AL Alness Invergordon N 57 40 48 W 004 15 57 -- RAF. Flying Boat Station -- Moorings. Closed 1947.
B X0AW Alnwick Snipe House N 55 22 13 W 001 44 08 1916 WW1 use only. Agriculture LG for 36 Sqn 1916/17
A X2AL Alton Barnes -- N 51 21 25 W 001 51 26 1935 RAF. 50 Grp. EFTS RLG Agriculture Extinct
A X2AN Andover Weyhill N 51 12 37 W 001 31 53 1916 RAF. 70 Grp Fighter OTU Agriculture Grass Runways, many GS hangars. Site remains largely intact.
A X9AN Andreas -- N 54 22 16 W 004 25 24 1941 RAF. 29 Grp. AGS Gliding Runways intact although deteriorating, most buildings gone. Microlight activity.
A EGSL Andrews Field Great Saling N 51 53 42 E 000 26 58 1942 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Fwd A/F Airfield The current grass runway is not part of the WW2 layout, although on a similar alignment. All that remains of the original is parts of the peritrack (forming the road around the western perimeter of the current airfield), other isolated small sections of taxiway and two T2 hangars in agricultural use. The current airfield has a number of hangars and a clubhouse.
A X7AN Angle -- N 51 40 29 W 005 05 57 1941 RAF. 19 Grp. Coastal Ops Agriculture Many buildings remain today, including some domestic sites
A X6AN Annan Chapelcross N 55 01 06 W 003 13 46 1942 RAF. 56 Wing. MSU Nuclear PS Chapelcross NPS. Many wartime buildings remain, including hangars & stop butts.
A X3AN Ansty Coventry N 52 25 47 W 001 24 27 1920 RAF 9 EFTS Industry 9 EFTS. Armstrong Whitworth factory airfield, now Rolls Royce.
A X5AN Anthorn -- N 54 54 40 W 003 16 45 1944 RN. HMS Nuthatch. R&DU RRS No runways left (was Fleet Air Arm with short runways to simulate a/c carrier decks). Now covered with radio masts
C X0AN Anwick Ruskington Fen N 53 03 W 000 21 1916 WW1 use only. n/k WW2 decoy airfield, closed 1942. Reverted to farmland, nothing left of site at all.
A X2AP Appledram -- N 50 48 48 W 000 48 38 1943 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter ALG Agriculture Extinct
C X0AP Appleton Wiske -- N 54 27 W 001 22 1914 WW1 use only. n/k LG. 76 Sqn. Extinct.
A X6AR Arbroath Aberbrothock N 56 34 51 W 002 36 55 1940 RN. HMS Condor. No 2 Observers School, Deck Landing Training School, Naval Air Signals School Airfield Now known as RM Condor (previously HMS Condor in Fleet Air Arm days). Still complete and semi active. The runways are intact along with the tower and hangars, all extensively upgraded recently. The airfield is much as the FAA left it with the dummy deck still visible. The only major additions added to the airfield have been the Ski-slope, Armoury and a Water tower. The centre of the main runway was recently resurfaced to allow fixed wing traffic.
A X9AF Archerfield -- N 56 02 37 W 002 48 06 -- -- PS --
A X4AR Arclid -- N 53 08 30 W 002 19 06 -- -- PS --
C X0AR Arlington Hailsham N 50 51 E 000 11 -- WW1 use only. n/k LG. 36 Sqn
A X8AM Armagh -- N 54 19 13 W 006 39 18 1940 RAF ELG Agriculture --
C X8AF Armagh Field Woodview N 54 22 W 006 35 1990 -- PS --
A X6AH Arran Heliport -- N 55 34 36 W 005 08 04 -- -- Heliport --
A EGLT Ascot Heliport -- N 51 25 12 W 000 39 29 -- -- Heliport Active.
A X4AB Ashbourne -- N 53 00 24 W 001 42 20 1942 RAF. 38 Grp. Bomber OTU Industry Some 40's buildings remain in use on industrial estate. CO's house now privately owned. Tower used as office
A EGCR Ashcroft Bryan's Landings N 53 09 51 W 002 34 20 -- -- PS --
A X2AH Ashford -- N 51 07 18 E 000 48 49 1943 RAF. 42 Grp. FSU Agriculture Extinct.
B X0AQ Ashingdon -- N 51 35 30 E 000 42 04 1933 -- Agriculture --
B X0AO Ashingdon -- N 51 36 44 E 000 42 21 1920? -- Agriculture --
C X0AS Ashington -- N 55 12 W 001 35 1916 WW1 use only. n/k Closed 1918. Apart from a possible bomb store no evidence remains..
A X4AF Ashley's Field -- N 53 13 08 E 000 16 13 -- -- PS --
A X2AD Aston Down Minchinhampton N 51 42 29 W 002 07 50 1938 RAF. 12 Grp. Fighter TEU Gliding Full 3-runway wartime layout complete with hangars, still in good condition.
A X3AC Atcham -- N 52 41 23 W 002 38 03 1941 8th AF. 495th FTG Agriculture Hangar area is now used as an industrial site. Sections of two runways adjacent to this site are still visible but the main SW/NE runway has been used for the B4394 road and is no longer visible.
A X3AT Attlebridge -- N 52 41 32 E 001 06 45 1941 8th AF. 466th Bomb Group Agriculture The extended section of the E/W runway has been truncated by a minor road but the airfield is otherwise in a presentable state.
A X0AT Atwick Racecourse Hull N 53 57 01 W 000 11 07 -- WW1 use only. Agriculture LG. 251 Sqn. Extinct
A X3AE Audley End -- N 52 00 28 E 000 13 27 -- -- Airfield Grass strip and a couple of hangars.
A X8AU Aughrim Kilkeel N 54 05 31 W 006 02 40 -- -- Airfield Private airfield
A X0AU Auldbar -- N 56 41 39 W 002 42 10 -- WW1 use only. Agriculture Airship Station. Sub station for Longside
A EGTA Aylesbury Thame N 51 46 34 W 000 56 21 1940 -- Gliding Active.
A X6AY Ayr Racecourse N 55 27 53 W 004 36 32 1916 -- Racecourse Operational during WW1 as the School of Aerial Fighting. Closed 1919.
A X6HF Ayr Heathfield N 55 29 08 W 004 35 54 1941 RAF. then RN. HMS Wagtail. Housing Some sections of runway still visible including 07/25 which runs close to the current 31 threshold at Prestwick. Western taxiways covered by housing and golf course. Eastern taxiways still intact.
A X6AC Ayton Castle -- N 55 51 04 W 002 07 06 -- -- PS --
A X1BF Babdown Farm Leighterton N 51 38 34 W 002 13 25 1940 RAF. 23 Grp. AFU Agriculture Hangars and a few other buildings remain, some used by light industry. Sections of the eastern peri track survive.
A X0BA Bacton -- N 52 50 22 E 001 28 34 -- WW1 use only. n/k NLG for RNAS Yarmouth.
A X2BD Badminton -- N 51 32 56 W 002 18 07 -- -- PS --
A EGNG Bagby Thirsk N 54 12 41 W 001 17 31 -- -- PS --
A X3BK Bakersfield -- N 52 29 05 W 000 37 06 -- -- PS --
A X6BB Balado Bridge Kinross N 56 12 51 W 003 27 27 1942 On loan to War Dept RRS Absorbed into Balado Park, part used for microlights.
A X4BD Balderton -- N 53 02 09 W 000 47 07 1941 RAF. 5 Grp. Bomber Ops Agriculture Very little left other than vague peritrack outline. Half destroyed by quarrying.
C X6BH Balhall -- N 56 44 W 002 48 -- -- n/k No details known. Possibly RFC airfield?
A X8BH Ballyhalbert -- N 54 29 48 W 005 28 14 1941 RAF. NI. Training. RN HMS Corncrake Recreation Almost Intact
A EGQB Ballykelly -- N 55 03 38 W 007 00 57 1941 RAF. 15 Grp. Coastal Ops Army Now Shackleton Barracks
A X0IB Ballyliffan -- N 55 17 25 W 007 23 00 -- WW1 use only. n/k Airship Station
C X8BM Ballymena -- N 54 52 W 006 14 -- -- n/k Possibly No. 217 MU and not an airfield.
A X0BW Ballywater -- N 54 33 08 W 005 29 07 1916 RAF No.16 SLG Agriculture Few remains left to identify the site.
C X7BL Balmain -- N 56 50 W 002 35 -- -- n/k Landing ground?
C X7BS Balta Sound Unst N 60 45 W 000 48 -- -- -- Moorings
A X0BY Banbury -- N 52 05 00 W 001 22 27 -- -- Agriculture Pre war civil strip (AA list 1932)
A X6BN Banff Boyndie N 57 40 07 W 002 38 15 1943 RAF. 18 Grp. Coastal Ops Disused Closed 1946. Tower restored, airfield has not been developed over.
C X0BG Bangor -- N 53 13 W 004 03 1918 WW1 use only. Agriculture 244 Sqn. Closed 1919?
C X8BF Bannfoot -- N 54 30 W 006 30 1985 -- PS --
A X4BA Bardney -- N 53 13 34 W 000 17 35 1943 RAF. 5 Grp. Bomber Ops Agriculture --
A X3BJ Barford St John -- N 52 00 13 W 001 21 26 1941 RAF. 92 Grp. Bomber OTU RRS Good condition. See http://www.netmontage.co.uk/airspeed/airfields/ for aerial shots.
A X2BC Barking Creekmouth N 51 31 05 E 000 06 49 1909 -- Industry Handley Page until 1912. Taken over by RNAS for airship construction. Extinct.
A EGYE Barkston Heath -- N 52 57 46 W 000 33 38 1941 9th AF. 61st Troop Carrier Grp Airfield Active
A X0BL Barlow Selby N 53 45 26 W 000 59 59 1915 WW1 use only. n/k To Armstrong Whitworth 1917. Airship Station. R25, R29 and R33 built here. One airship shed remained until 1982.
B X1BA Barnsley Park -- N 51 46 00 W 001 53 23 1941 RAF No.22 SLG Agriculture Few remains left.
A X0BR Barnstaple -- N 51 05 22 W 004 09 15 1934 -- -- Pre war private airfield. Same site as Chivenor.
A EGPR Barra Breunish/Northbay N 57 01 24 W 007 26 33 1935 -- Airfield Active
A X0GH Barrhead -- N 55 47 06 W 004 21 56 1911 -- Agriculture Scottish Aviation. Closed 1912.
A EGNL Barrow Walney Island N 54 07 44 W 003 15 50 1914 RAF. 25 Grp. AGS Airfield Active. Vickers airfield. Airship station in WW1 and R9, R23, R26 and R34 built here. (08/2002)
A X0FU Barrow in Furness Cavendish Dock N 54 06 18 W 003 12 05 -- WW1 use only. Docks Airship construction station (Vickers).
A X1BT Barton Abbey Lower Heyford N 51 55 13 W 001 20 03 -- RAF. No.28 SLG Agriculture Also called Hopcrofts Halt
A X1BB Barton Bendish -- N 52 37 03 E 000 30 36 -- -- Agriculture Abandoned in 1941 owing to the proximity of Marham.
A X2BA Barton in the Clay -- N 51 58 23 W 000 26 41 1935 -- Agriculture Luton Aircraft, Marendaz. Technical site is now an industrial estate. (02/2004)
A X3BB Bassingbourn Royston N 52 05 50 W 000 03 26 1938 8th AF. 91st Bomb Grp Army All taxiways still extant but only the south and eastern sections of the two main runways from their intersection remain. C-type hangars and apron areas still in use.
A X1BL Bath Lansdown N 51 24 50 W 002 23 15 -- -- Agriculture Pre war civil strip (AA list for 1932).
A X3BQ Battleflat Farm -- N 52 41 55 W 001 21 11 -- -- PS --
A X3BH Battlestead Hill -- N 52 48 20 W 001 41 19 1942 RAF. 51 Grp. EFTS RLG Agriculture Extinct
A X4BY Bawtry -- N 53 25 17 W 001 01 49 -- -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A X3BX Baxterley -- N 52 34 09 W 001 36 45 -- -- PS --
C X5BE Beacon Hill -- N 55 12 W 001 44 1916 WW1 use only. Agriculture Replaced by Longhorsley
A X2BE Beaulieu -- N 50 48 17 W 001 30 18 1910 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Fwd A/F. Parkland RFC Flying School 1915. 1, 70 and 79 Sqn. Virtually all traces of the airfield have been removed so as not to spoil the 'New Forest' area. Some aircraft dispersal ways have been left to act as picnic areas.
A X1BU Beaulieu Brockenhurst N 50 48 38 W 001 27 50 -- -- Agriculture Pre war civil strip (AA list for 1932).
A X7BM Beaumaris Friers N 53 16 34 W 004 05 16 1940 -- Industry Closed 1949. Some slipways remain and five poor hangars. (04/2003)
A EGSM Beccles Ellough N 52 26 10 E 001 36 33 1943 RAF. 16 Grp. Coastal Ops Airfield B1127 now runs down one runway and bisects the airfield. East of this one short section of runway is partly intact and active. Some buildings still extant to NW in an industrial estate. Hangars still present. (06/2006)
A X3TH Bedford Thurleigh N 52 13 50 W 000 27 51 1941 8th AF. 306th Bomb Grp Disused Was RAE Bedford (EGVW) - closed 1993. 5 runways still extant plus many buildings in the vicinity (wind tunnels etc). When Thurleigh was being developed after the war, the original plan included a 5-mile runway extending out to Little Staughton and with its maintenance area close to Twinwoods Farm. Defence cuts stopped this but just South of Thurleigh a narrow country lane still suddenly splits into two carriageways as it passes through a dip where a taxiway to Twinwoods was due to have passed across!
A X9BD Bedford Castle Mill N 52 08 34 W 000 24 21 -- -- Helipad Was an airstrip but now reduced to a helipad.
A X4BF Beeches Farm Newark N 53 09 34 W 000 43 31 -- -- PS --
A X1BP Beechwood Park -- N 51 49 00 E 000 33 00 -- RAF No.12 SLG Agriculture MSU
C X0BS Bekesbourne Canterbury N 51 15 E 001 10 1916 WW1 Air Defence. Agriculture 50 Sqn. Civil airport after 1918. Closed 1940. Some buildings extant.
A X3BW Belchamp Walter Waits Farm N 52 02 03 E 000 38 23 -- -- PS Was a Private strip. Closed 2005
A EGAA Belfast Aldergrove N 54 39 27 W 006 12 57 1918 RAF. 17 Grp. Coastal HCU Airport No.16 AAP in WW1.24 EFTS. Active.
A EGAC Belfast City Sydenham N 54 37 05 W 005 52 21 1938 RN. HMS Gadwall. MU Airport Active
A X8BL Belfast Lough Cultra N 54 39 01 W 005 49 25 -- -- -- Moorings
A X8BR Bellarena -- N 55 08 36 W 006 57 57 -- -- PS --
A X4BZ Bellasize -- N 53 44 13 W 000 45 18 1916 RAF. 51 Grp. EFTS RLG Agriculture Extinct
A X1BE Belle Vue -- N 50 58 36 W 004 05 52 -- -- PS --
A EGHJ Bembridge -- N 50 40 41 W 001 06 35 1916 -- Airfield Active
A X0BB Bembridge Harbour -- N 50 41 36 W 001 06 04 1916 -- Harbour Seaplane station. 253 Sqn.
A X0FL Bembridge Point Foreland N 50 41 02 W 001 04 53 1918 WW1 use only. Housing 512 Flt. Extinct
A EGPL Benbecula Balivanich N 57 28 53 W 007 21 43 1941 RAF. 15 Grp. Coastal Ops Airport Available to civil traffic 1946. Active
A X9BE Benington -- N 51 52 58 W 000 07 26 -- -- PS --
A X8BS Benone Strand -- N 55 10 00 W 006 51 33 -- -- Gliding --
A EGUB Benson -- N 51 36 55 W 001 05 45 1939 RAF. 106 Grp. Coastal PRU Airfield Active
A X0BN Benton -- N 55 01 11 W 001 34 30 -- WW1 use only. Recreation LG. Closed 1919.
A X3NT Bentwaters Butley N 52 07 37 E 001 26 04 1944 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Fwd A/F Disused Was EGVJ. Runway still present, most buildings in use as an Industrial park. Museum being established. (02/2005)
A X9BW Benwick -- N 52 30 29 W 000 01 16 -- -- PS --
A X2BJ Berrow Pendock Moor N 52 00 15 W 002 16 45 -- RAF No.5 SLG Agriculture Little remains.
A X9BS Berrow N 52 00 03 W 002 21 24 -- -- PS --
A EGNY Beverley Linley Hill N 53 53 54 W 000 21 41 -- -- PS --
A X0EV Beverley Racecourse N 53 50 44 W 000 27 11 1916? -- Racecourse 72 Training Squadron
C ++++ Bexley Heath -- N 51 27 E 000 09 -- -- -- Vickers factory only - aircraft were flown from Joyce Green.
A X1BY Bibury -- N 51 46 49 W 001 50 11 1940 RAF. 57 Wing. MSU Agriculture Still has a number of barrack huts on dispersed sites (West of airfield), picket post building and a Blister Hangar. (02/2003)
A EGDD Bicester -- N 51 54 58 W 001 07 54 1917 RAF. 2 Grp. Fighter OTU Gliding Grass airfield, complete with hangars and buildings - in USAF dark brown and cream colours as was used by them for logistics up until recently.
A X3BF Bidford -- N 52 08 16 W 001 51 01 -- -- Gliding Grass strip with a couple of hangars.
C X0ID Bidston -- N 53 24 40 W 003 04 00 -- -- -- Closed 1920.
A EGKB Biggin Hill -- N 51 19 52 E 000 01 57 1917 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Ops Airport Active
B X2BQ Billing -- N 52 14 38 W 000 49 07 -- -- Agriculture Post war civil
A X4BB Binbrook -- N 53 27 09 W 000 12 21 1940 RAF. 1 Grp. Bomber Ops Disused Was EGXB. Buildings and hangars now used for light industry and grain storage. Runways are being broken up for hardcore. Lightning XR724 still on site. (12/2003)
C X0BI Binsoe -- N 54 13 W 001 37 1916 WW1 use only. Agriculture LG. 76Sqn. Extinct.
A X2BS Binstead -- N 50 43 19 W 001 12 18 -- -- PS --
A X1BH Birch -- N 51 50 32 E 000 46 53 1944 8th AF. Reserve AF Agriculture Some peritrack remains. Road bisecting the site is one of the old runways. Not a lot else.
A X3BM Bircham Newton -- N 52 52 39 E 000 39 12 1916 RAF. 16 Grp. Coastal Ops Industry Used by CITB for training and now sports various tower cranes. The airfield is reputed to have a haunted gymnasium. (10/2004)
A X4BR Bircotes Bawtry N 53 26 10 W 001 02 25 1941 RAF. MSU Agriculture Some buildings still extant.
A EGBB Birmingham Elmdon N 52 27 14 W 001 44 53 1939 RAF. 51 Grp. EFTS Airport 14 EFTS. Active
A X3LB Birmingham Longbridge/Cofton Hackett N 52 23 22 W 001 59 22 1917 Factory airfield Industry Factory airfield in both wars now mostly covered by the Longbridge plant.
B X0BV Birmingham Northfield N 52 24 30 W 001 57 33 -- -- Housing pre war civil - may be Longbridge..
A X8BC Bishopscourt -- N 54 18 26 W 005 34 31 1943 RAF. 29 Grp. AFU Gliding Active. Was coded EGOC
B X0BP Bishopton -- N 54 34 56 W 001 26 30 1916 WW1 use only. Agriculture LG. 36 Sqn. Closed 1918.
A X2BI Bisterne -- N 50 49 12 W 001 46 41 1943 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter ALG Agriculture Extinct
A X3BI Bitteswell -- N 52 27 40 W 001 14 46 1942 RAF. 44 Grp. Transport OTU Industry Now completely obliterated by an industrial park started around 1992.
A X6BI Black Isle Blackstand Farm N 57 37 22 W 004 09 14 1941 RAF. No.42 SLG Parkland Forestry Commission.
A EGLK Blackbushe Hartford Bridge/Hartford Flats N 51 19 27 W 000 50 48 1943 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Fwd A/F Airfield The current airfield is only a small section of the original extensive site. The western section of the airfield is now a gravel pit but it is otherwise mostly intact.
B X0BH Blackheath Colchester N 51 51 19 E 000 54 38 1915 WW1 use only. Housing LG. One of two Royal Flying Corps night emergency landing grounds in Essex chosen directly by the War Office. It occupied 55 acres and was designated a First Class Site. Flying activity stopped in 1919.
A EGNH Blackpool Squires Gate N 53 46 18 W 003 01 46 1909 RAF. 17 Grp. Coastal GRS Airport Active
A X0SW Blackpool Stanley Park N 53 48 55 W 003 00 48 1928 No. 3 SOTT Zoo Closed 1947. Terminal building, hangars and other structures still exist within the zoo.
A X9BA Blair Atholl -- N 56 45 49 W 003 49 32 -- -- PS --
A X1BK Blakehill Farm Cricklade N 51 37 20 W 001 53 21 1944 RAF. 46 Grp. Transport Ops RRS Apart from a few isolated buildings little left. Peri track outline still visible as are (faintly) the grassed over runways. (12/2003)
A X0LN Blandford -- N 50 52 10 W 002 09 13 -- -- Housing Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A X5BH Bleese Hall -- N 54 17 37 W 002 41 37 -- -- Gliding --
A X3BE Blidworth -- N 53 06 21 W 001 06 51 1941 RAF. No.35 SLG Agriculture Few remains.
B X0YE Blythe Bridge -- N 52 57 30 W 002 04 30 1919 -- Agriculture Adjacent to Stoke Meir
A X4BL Blyton -- N 53 27 07 W 000 41 37 1942 RAF. 7 Grp. Bomber HCU Agriculture Some peri track and runway end sections remain visible but the rest are ploughed up. Partly used as a test track.
A X8BI Boa Island Rock Bay N 54 30 58 W 007 49 16 1944 RAF RLG -- Boa Island seems mostly to have been an anchorage, sheltered by some islands but very convenient to the broad lough, main take off waters. Today there are bits of concrete etc about, remains of small slipways etc.
A EGLA Bodmin -- N 50 29 59 W 004 39 57 -- -- Airfield Active civilian airfield with grass runways. Hangars and a control tower.
A X3BD Bodney -- N 52 33 39 E 000 42 42 1940 8th AF. 352nd Fighter Group Agriculture Memorial to the 352nd FG. Old control tower site is the only visible reminder of this airfield.
A X7BO Bodorgon Aberffraw N 53 11 06 W 004 25 45 1940 RAF. No.15 SLG. 70 Grp. Fighter AACU Agriculture Maycrete building still dot the site. (04/2003)
A X2BG Bognor -- N 50 47 41 W 000 42 26 1943 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter ALG Agriculture Extinct
A X1BR Bognor Regis Middleton on Sea N 50 48 05 W 000 39 33 -- -- Disused Was coded EGKC. Norman Thompson works site?
A X2BH Bolt Head East Soar N 50 13 26 W 003 48 06 1941 RAF. 10 Grp. Fighter Ops Agriculture Recent GA activity on site. (05/2002)
A X2BF Boones Farm High Garrett N 51 54 43 E 000 35 24 -- -- PS --
A X1BO Boreham Ford N 51 46 44 E 000 31 14 1944 USSTAFE. Air Disarmament Agriculture Quarrying is obliterating the southern half of the airfield but the northern section is mostly intact. Some original buildings still remain.
A EGDM Boscombe Down Amesbury N 51 09 12 W 001 45 04 1917 RAF. 23 Grp. Experimental and Research Airfield Active
A X9BO Boship Broad Farm N 50 53 28 E 000 13 54 -- -- Agriculture Private strip closed 2006
A X9BP Boship Boship Farm N 50 52 25 E 000 13 49 -- -- PS --
A X3BS Boston Wyberton N 52 58 28 W 000 04 19 -- -- PS --
A X3BV Bottesford -- N 52 57 49 W 000 46 50 1941 RAF. 7 Grp. Bomber HCU Agriculture Most of runway and peri track visible. Hangars used for storage. Tower restored recently.
A X3BO Bottisham -- N 52 12 49 E 000 15 20 1940 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter CMU Agriculture Section of taxiway still in existence but little else. The road to Six Mile Bottom has been reinstated through the airfield site and the new A14 cuts across the north eastern section. A line of trees mark the track of main runway. Various huts in north-east corner.
A X0UG Boughrood -- N 52 02 53 W 003 16 22 -- -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A X3BT Boughton North N 52 35 27 E 000 30 59 -- -- PS --
A X3BG Boughton Stoke Ferry N 52 35 03 E 000 30 56 -- -- PS --
A EGQM Boulmer -- N 55 24 43 W 001 35 37 1943 RAF. 12 Grp. Fighter OTU Agriculture Original airfield mostly gone. SAR helicopter base now operates in the NW corner.
A EGSN Bourn -- N 52 12 54 W 000 02 25 1941 RAF. 8 Grp. Bomber Ops Airfield Active. The runways and taxiways are all brown concrete. Although the runways are shortened from the old war-time ones, the disused concrete is still visible.
A X2BP Bourne Park -- N 51 15 51 W 001 27 42 -- -- PS --
A EGHH Bournemouth Hurn N 50 46 48 W 001 50 33 1941 RAF. Fighter. Loaned to DGCA Airport Active
A X0WN Bournemouth Winton/Ensbury Park N 50 45 41 W 001 53 08 1917 -- Housing An 88 acre site was purchased in Sept 1916 by the Bournemouth Aviation Company to replace Talbot Village. The Flying School moved here in 1917 and in 1918 it was renamed RAF Winton. The site was handed back to B.A.C. in May 1919 with passenger services to London. It was redeveloped as a Racecourse from 1925 to 1928 but was also the venue for Air Race events. By 1931 the horse racing had ceased and the site was sold for housing.
A X0TA Bournemouth Talbot Village N 50 44 31 W 001 53 45 1915 -- University Closed 1917. Replaced by Winton. Piper Cubs may have operated here briefly in May/June 1944.
A X2BV Bovingdon -- N 51 43 36 W 000 32 39 1942 USATC. Eur Air Transport Prison Runways and some peri track still extant. Prison on part of site as is the Bovingdon (BNN) VOR.
A X9BC Bowerchalke -- N 50 59 09 W 001 59 28 -- -- PS --
A X2BO Bowldown -- N 51 37 44 W 002 14 36 -- -- PS --
A X6BM Bowmore Islay N 55 45 32 W 006 17 17 1940 RAF. Flying Boat Station Harbour On Loch Indaal
B X0BO Bowness in Winderemere Cockshot Point N 54 21 26 W 002 55 52 -- WW1 use only. Moorings Moorings
A X2BX Boxted -- N 51 56 08 E 000 55 47 1943 8th AF. 56th Fighter Grp Agriculture A section of the peri track is still extant up at the NE end of the main NE-SW runway, as is a rather small portion of runway - complete with memorial. The rest is orchards.
A X6BK Brackla -- N 57 32 26 W 003 54 47 1941 RAF. 29 Grp. AAC Agriculture Closed 1946. About half the peri track remains and a few buildings.
A X2BB Bradwell Bay -- N 51 44 14 E 000 54 14 1941 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Ops Nuclear PS Significant portions of the runways and taxiways remain. The control tower is in use as a private residence!
A X3BC Bramcote -- N 52 29 07 W 001 23 45 1940 RAF. 44 Grp. Transport OTU. RN HMS Gamecock Agriculture M69 laid over runway. Some buildings remain.
A X0BM Bramham Moor Tadcaster N 53 51 55 W 001 19 19 1916 WW1 use only. Agriculture General Service Shed extant in v. Good condition.
C X0BZ Brancroft -- N 53 28 W 001 00 1914? WW1 use only. n/k LG. 33 Sqn, Home Defence. Extinct.
A X9BR Branscombe -- N 50 41 53 W 003 09 24 -- -- PS --
A X3BA Bratton -- N 52 43 46 W 002 32 29 1940 RAF. 25 Grp. AFU RLG Agriculture Some buildings extant.
A X3BN Braunstone Leicester N 52 38 17 W 001 12 23 1935 RAF. 51 Grp. EFTS RLG Housing Part housing, part golf course. Essentially extinct.
A X7BY Brawdy -- N 51 52 59 W 005 07 19 1944 RAF. 19 Grp. Coastal Ops. RN HMS Goldcrest Disused Was EGDA. Decommissioned but is still intact. (06/2002)
A X2BR Bray Court -- N 51 29 33 W 000 41 52 1941 RAF. 50 Grp. EFTS RLG Agriculture Was a gravel extraction site but now appears to be grassland.
A X5BP Brayton Park -- N 54 46 26 W 003 18 04 1942 RAF. No.39 SLG Agriculture Used by 12 MU from 1942 to 1946.
A X7BR Breidden -- N 52 42 07 W 003 05 33 -- -- PS --
A X4BN Breighton -- N 53 48 19 W 000 54 22 1942 RAF. 4 Grp. Bomber Ops Airfield Thor missile site until 1963. Operational using grass area to the SW of original airfield. The original runways and taxiways are mostly extant but covered with industrial plant.
A X2BT Brent Tor -- N 50 35 33 W 004 08 43 -- -- Gliding --
A X2BZ Brenzett Ivychurch N 51 00 59 E 000 52 29 1943 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter ALG Agriculture Was only a tented camp so little remains.
C X6BS Bressay -- N 60 10 W 001 07 -- -- Agriculture Royal Navy
A X3BP Bridgenorth Ditton Priors N 52 30 12 W 002 33 46 -- -- PS Was a Private strip. Closed 2005
A X3BL Bridleway Gate -- N 52 49 48 W 002 41 12 1941 RAF. 42 Grp. Maintenance RLG Agriculture No apparent remains.
A X9BN Bridlington -- N 54 07 14 W 000 14 12 -- -- PS --
B X0ND Bridlington Sand's Lane N 54 05 21 W 000 10 56 1920 -- Housing Post WW1 civil
C X4BS Bridlington Speeton N 54 09 W 000 14 -- -- Agriculture Post war civil
C X4BG Bridlington Grindale N 54 07 46 W 000 14 54 -- -- Agriculture Post war civil
B X0TL Brighouse Thornhills Lane N 53 42 23 W 001 46 16 -- -- Agriculture Closed 1920
B X0BJ Brigmerston Down -- N 51 13 32 W 001 42 11 -- WW1 use only. n/k LG.
A EGLP Brimpton Wasing Lower Farm N 51 23 02 W 001 10 15 -- -- PS --
C X2RI Brinklow Bretford N 52 24 W 001 23 -- RAF. No.46 SLG Agriculture --
A ++++ Brislington -- N 51 25 49 W 002 32 27 -- -- Industry Bristol Aircraft. Factory site only
A X1BW Bristol Whitchurch N 51 24 54 W 002 34 53 1930 Civil ops. ATA base. Industry Closed 1957. WW2 base for BOAC and KLM operations. A small runway section remains.
A EGGD Bristol Lulsgate Broadfield Down N 51 22 58 W 002 43 09 1940 RAF. 23 Grp. FIS Airport Active
A EGVN Brize Norton -- N 51 45 00 W 001 35 01 1937 RAF. 23 Grp. HGCU Airfield Active
A X2BW Broadwell -- N 51 45 26 W 001 38 23 1943 RAF. 46 Grp. Transport Ops Agriculture A road now runs through one runway but sections of two others are still visible.
C X2RK Brockton -- N 52 37 W 002 25 -- RAF. No.30 SLG Agriculture Few remains.
A X2BK Brockworth Hucclecote N 51 50 39 W 002 10 35 1915 -- Industry Built as Aircraft Acceptance Park. Later a Gloster factory airfield. Rapidly becoming an industrial estate but one or two hangars still extant. (03/2002)
B X9BF Brook Farm -- N 52 55 08 W 001 44 23 -- -- PS --
A X9BK Brookfield Farm -- N 52 20 13 W 000 12 53 -- -- PS --
A EGLB Brooklands Weybridge N 51 20 58 W 000 28 13 1907 -- Industry No 10 AAP. ABC, Martinsyde, Vickers. Recently Bae. Most of airfield long since disappeared under building works - excellent museum in old clubhouse. Main runway reasonably intact (used for occasional fly-ins etc). (11/2001)
B X0BF Broomfield Herne Bay N 51 22 00 E 001 08 30 -- WW1 use only. Housing Closed 1920.
C X0CD Broomfield Chelmsford N 51 46 E 000 27 -- WW1 use only. n/k LG.
A EGNB Brough -- N 53 43 16 W 000 33 56 1916 RAF. 51 Grp. EFTS Airfield No.2 Marine Acceptance Park in WW1. 4 EFTS. Closed in the early 1990's but now active again.
C X1BX Broxbourne Tatsford N 51 44 W 000 00 1930 -- n/k aka Nazeing. Deekay. Herts and Essex Aero Club site until 1953. Gravel pit on site.
A X3BR Bruntingthorpe -- N 52 29 28 W 001 07 56 1942 RAF. 92 Grp. Bomber OTU Airfield Active. Home of many a classic jet!
A X5BR Brunton -- N 55 31 28 W 001 40 35 1942 RAF. 12 Grp. Fighter OTU Airfield All buildings now gone but airfield mostly intact. Site used by microlights, GA, model aircraft and learner drivers. Army has a signals unit in one corner which works with Spadeadam. (08/2002)
A X7BB Bryngwyn Bach -- N 53 16 12 W 003 21 22 -- -- Gliding
A X3TG Buckingham Thornborough Grounds N 52 00 21 W 000 56 08 -- -- PS --
C X0BQ Buckminster -- N 52 48 W 000 40 1916 WW1 use only. Agriculture 38 Sqn and 90 Sqn. Development as AAP not completed. Reverted to farmland 1919.
A X4BK Bucknall -- N 53 11 59 W 000 15 16 -- -- PS --
C X0BK Bucknell Horncastle N 53 12 W 001 15 -- WW1 use only. -- --
A X0BU Bude -- N 50 47 06 W 004 30 01 -- WW1 use only. n/k Airship moorings. Sub station for Mullion
A X3BY Bungay Flixton N 52 25 46 E 001 25 09 1942 8th AF. 446th Bomb Group Agriculture Essentially nothing remains except a faint peri track outline. Museum on site.
C X1FD Burford -- N 51 48 W 001 40 -- -- n/k Post war civil
A X0BE Burgh Castle -- N 52 34 56 E 001 39 58 WW1 WW1 use only. Agriculture NLG for RNAS Yarmouth.
A X4BU Burn Selby N 53 44 45 W 001 05 04 1942 RAF. 4 Grp. Bomber Ops Gliding Mostly intact. Operations from sections of old peri track. Some buildings left.
A X5BF Burnfoot -- N 54 59 18 W 002 58 56 1940 RAF. 51 Grp. EFTS RLG Agriculture Nothing to be seen on ground
A X3BU Burnham -- N 52 56 16 E 000 46 20 -- -- PS --
A X0UR Burnham on Crouch -- N 51 37 32 E 000 49 43 -- -- Agriculture Civil field from 1932 to 1939.
A X0BX Burnham on Crouch -- N 51 37 34 E 000 50 13 -- WW1 use only. n/k Closed 1918. Extinct.
C X4BH Burrow Head Kidsdale N 54 42 W 004 25 -- -- Agriculture RAF AACU. Flying ceased 1943 when site was given to Scottish war dept. Closed 1944.
A X4BC Burscough -- N 53 35 41 W 002 52 19 1943 RN. HMS Ringtail. Fighter Industry Industrial estate uses many station buildings. Airfield returned to agriculture.
A X4BW Burtonwood -- N 53 24 40 W 002 39 13 1940 USSTAFE Base Air Depot Agriculture Bisected by the M62. Small sections of runway and taxiway remain evident but a couple of F Type hangars were torn down a few years ago.
A X3RH Bury St Edmunds Rougham N 52 14 39 E 000 45 44 1942 8th AF. 94th Bomb Group Airfield All runways have been dug up but operations continue on two small grassed sections. Faint hint of peritrack. Hangars and Control Tower still extant in 1977
A X2BU Bush Barn -- N 51 39 42 W 001 29 03 1941 RN. Under HMS Kestrel. Storage Agriculture Essentially extinct. Originally RAF No.44 SLG
A X6BU Bute -- N 55 45 25 W 005 02 52 -- -- PS --
C X0BT Butley -- N 52 07 E 001 27 -- WW1 use only. n/k Experimental Station for Felixstowe and Orfordness. Extinct
C X6BG Buttergask -- N 56 29 W 003 16 1941 RAF RLG Agriculture 13 Grp, 11 EFTS. Extinct.
A EGCK Caernarfon Llandwrog N 53 06 15 W 004 20 25 1941 RAF. 25 Grp. ATU Airfield Active
A X0CE Caerwent -- N 51 36 58 W 002 47 20 -- -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
C X6CB Cairnbeg -- N 56 52 W 002 29 -- -- n/k RAF. No details at all.
C X0CC Cairncross Reston N 55 52 W 002 11 -- WW1 use only. n/k 77 Sqn. Closed 1918.
A X4CS Caistor -- N 53 30 16 W 000 21 47 1941 RAF. 12 Grp. Night Fighter A/F Agriculture Chicken Farm. Thor missile site until 1963 but only the control tower remains. (12/2003)
A X9CC Calcot -- N 51 47 39 W 001 50 08 -- -- PS --
A X0KC Caldale -- N 58 58 41 W 003 00 54 1916 WW1 use only. n/k Airship Station (Class B).
B ++++ Calmsden -- N 51 46 33 W 001 56 22 -- RAF -- Intended as No.12 SLG but never used.
A X2CA Calshot -- N 50 49 11 W 001 18 31 1913 RAF. Flying Boat Station Leisure 240 Sqn. Closed 1961.
A X4CV Calveley -- N 53 06 47 W 002 36 23 1942 RAF. 21 Grp. AFU Agriculture Satellite tracking station. Buildings still extant but runways gone.
A EGSC Cambridge Teversham N 52 12 18 E 000 10 30 1929 RAF. 50 Grp. EFTS Airport 22 EFTS. Active
C X0CB Cambridge Fen Ditton N 52 12 E 000 12 -- -- n/k Pre 1932
A X3CM Cammeringham Ingham N 53 20 26 W 000 33 12 1942 RAF. 1 Grp. Bomber Ops Agriculture Some buildings remain but the airfield has reverted to farmland.
A X4CH Camp Hill Great Hucklow N 53 18 18 W 001 43 53 1936 -- Gliding AKA Camphill Farm. Rough moorland grass airstrip.
A EGEC Campbeltown Machrihanish N 55 26 14 W 005 41 10 1941 HMS Landrail. Disembarked squadrons. Airport AKA RNAS Strabane in 1941. Now operational as a civil airport.
A X6CA Campbeltown Strath N 55 25 19 W 005 39 50 1916 RN. HMS Landrail II. Storage Agriculture Closed 1945. Extinct.
A X2CY Canterbury -- N 51 17 30 E 000 59 54 -- -- PS --
A X0CL Capel Folkestone N 51 06 22 E 001 13 40 -- WW1 use only. n/k Airship Station (Class C). Little remains.
A X7CF Capeston Farm Haverfordwest N 51 44 43 W 005 06 02 -- -- PS Inactive?
A EGFF Cardiff Glamorgan/Rhoose N 51 23 48 W 003 20 36 1942 RAF. 57 Wing. SMU Airport Active
A EGFC Cardiff Tremorfa Heliport N 51 28 03 W 003 08 15 -- -- Heliport Active.
A X7CD Cardiff Splott/Pengham Moors N 51 29 13 W 003 08 04 1931 RAF. 53 Wing. SMU Industry Closed 1954. One section of the grass runway is now lined with trees behind a housing estate.
A X7EL Cardiff Ely N 51 28 31 W 003 14 20 -- -- Parkland 1920's field at Ely Racecourse. Closed when Pengham opened.
B X0CW Cardiff Wenvoe/St Lythans Downs N 51 27 34 W 003 16 49 -- -- n/k Pre 1932
A X3CD Cardington Bedford N 52 06 24 W 000 24 59 1914? -- Industry Shorts airship construction site. R31 and R32 built here. The original two vast airships sheds used by the R101 are still extant and stand out for miles.
A X7CC Carew Cheriton Milton N 51 41 24 W 004 48 41 1917 RAF. 27 Grp. Radio School Agriculture Few buildings remain.
A X5CK Cark Grange over Sands N 54 09 45 W 002 57 36 1941 RAF. 25 Grp. Staff Pilot Trng Parachuting Active. Also the site of Flookburgh Airship Station built during WW1 but never became operational.
A EGNC Carlisle Crosby on Eden N 54 56 15 W 002 48 32 1941 RAF. 44 Grp. Transport OTU Airfield 15 EFTS. Active
A X5CL Carlisle Kingstown N 54 55 27 W 002 57 12 1933 RAF. 51 Grp. EFTS Industry Closed 1957 and now an industrial estate.
B X0OY Carlisle Botcherby N 54 53 39 W 002 54 00 1920 -- Housing Opened about 1920
C X0CR Carlton -- N 53 43 W 001 02 1916 WW1 use only. n/k 33 Sqn. Only brief use. Extinct
A X5CM Carlton Moor -- N 54 24 40 W 001 12 02 -- -- Gliding --
B X0CA Carmarthen Johnstown N 51 50 50 W 004 19 40 1920 -- Agriculture Opened about 1920
A X5CN Carnaby Lowthorpe/Bridlington N 54 03 41 W 000 15 24 1944 RAF. 4 Grp. Bomber Ops ELG Industry Thor missile site until 1963. Industrial Estate built on the original huge runway. Sections of taxiway still visible. (05/2002)
A X8CA Castle Archdale Lough Erne N 54 28 52 W 007 43 51 1941 RAF. Flying Boat Station Recreation Now a large caravan site, with vans and toilet blocks and so forth set out on and around the concrete dispersal tracks and circles. The large Sunderland sized slipway survives. RAF buildings remain including an electricity generation station. A curious shaped dock, finished just in time to be no longer needed, is shaped snug to a flying boat bow and hull with jetties alongside port and starboard to access engines etc. Woodland walks have way points at ammunition stores, and concrete nissen hut bases. In the yard of the former castle there is a small WW2 museum amid displays more to do with nature and conservation.
A X3CA Castle Bromwich -- N 52 31 12 W 001 47 06 1914 RAF. 70 Grp. Fighter AACU Housing AAP in WW1. 14 EFTS. Huge Spitfire/Lancaster shadow factory was set up here. The airfield remained in use by the RAF up to 1963. The site has become the 'Castle Vale' housing estate , some of the roads using aeronautical names.
A X3CI Castle Bytham -- N 52 46 50 W 000 31 40 -- -- PS --
A X3CC Castle Camps -- N 52 03 07 E 000 22 46 1940 RAF. 11 Grp. Night Fighter Fwd AF Agriculture A farm track marks the position of one runway and the perimeter track, otherwise reverted to farmland.
A X2CC Castle Combe -- N 51 29 22 W 002 12 42 1941 RAF. 23 Grp AFU Motor Sport Racing circuit using parts of old airfield
A X0CX Castle Douglas -- N 54 57 32 W 003 57 55 -- -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A X6CK Castle Kennedy Cults/Stranraer N 54 53 48 W 004 56 02 1941 RAF. 29 Grp. AGS Airfield Closed 1945. Northern section of one runway dug up but otherwise it is intact. Airfield is used by light aircraft.
A X6CT Castletown -- N 58 35 04 W 003 20 53 1940 RAF. 13 Grp. Fighter Ops Disused Closed 1945. Airfield was activate for light aircraft until 2003.
A X0CF Catfirth -- N 60 15 17 W 001 10 29 -- WW1 use only. -- Seaplane Station. East side of Cat Firth. 300 Flight.
A X4CF Catfoss -- N 53 55 16 W 000 16 28 1932 RAF. 25 Grp. CGS Industry Thor missile site until 1963. Industrial estate on the old runways. Taxiways remain as does the tower in poor condition and a couple of hangars.
A ++++ Cathcart Glasgow N 55 49 09 W 004 15 59 -- WW1 use only. -- Weir/Airco factory site. No airfield.
C X5CY Catley Hill Trimdon N 54 42 W 001 27 1916 WW1 use only. n/k NLG
A X5CA Catterick -- N 54 21 59 W 001 37 02 1914 RAF. 12 Grp. Fighter Fwd A/F Gliding Army site. Runway and hangars still extant - the latter in excellent condition. (06/2002)
A X9CT Catton -- N 52 43 40 W 001 40 03 -- -- PS --
A X4CA Caunton -- N 53 07 12 W 000 53 29 -- -- PS --
B X0VE Caversham Blagraves Farm N 51 28 50 W 001 00 00 -- -- Recreation
A X3CG Caxton Gibbet -- N 52 13 30 W 000 05 48 1940 RAF. 50 Grp. EFTS RLG Agriculture Few remains.
A X7CE Cemaes Bay Holyhead N 53 24 56 W 004 27 04 -- -- -- Moorings
A ++++ Chadderton -- N 53 32 12 W 002 10 24 1938 -- -- Avro. Factory site only. Aircraft assembled at Woodford.
A X2CI Chailey -- N 50 57 40 W 000 02 35 1944 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter ALG Agriculture Few remains, open farmland. Airfield reactivated for one weekend in 2000 for flying display. (06/2002)
A EGLJ Chalgrove -- N 51 40 34 W 001 04 51 1943 9th AF. Deactivated. Airfield Active. Many hardstandings gone but otherwise in perfect condition.
A EGKE Challock -- N 51 12 31 E 000 49 40 -- -- Airfield Active
A X0CY Chalvey Slough N 51 30 25 W 000 37 15 -- -- Housing Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A X9CN Charlton Horethorne -- N 51 00 47 W 002 29 56 -- -- PS --
A X1CN Charlton Horethorne -- N 51 00 58 W 002 30 34 1942 RN. HMS Heron II. FTU Agriculture Buildings still extant.
A X9CP Charlton Park -- N 51 36 02 W 002 04 41 -- -- PS --
A X2CD Charmy Down Bath N 51 25 41 W 002 20 37 1940 RAF. 23 Grp. ATU Agriculture Airfield site intact but runways and most peri track gone. Tower and a few isolated buildings decaying.
A X6CH Charter Hall Eccles Tofts N 55 42 26 W 002 22 39 1942 RAF. 12 Grp. Fighter OTU Airfield WW1 landing site known as Eccles Tofts. Reopened 1942, closed 1946. buildings and 2 runways used by go/carts and a microlight club {3rd runway was never finished}.
A X0CH Chathill Holy Island N 55 32 22 W 001 41 42 -- WW1 use only. -- Airship Station. Sub station for East Fortune.
A X3CT Chatteris Mt Pleasant N 52 29 14 E 000 05 20 -- -- PS --
A X2CH Chattis Hill Training Gallops N 51 07 14 W 001 32 14 1916? MAP Agriculture Final Assembly and Flight Test Unit Supermarine. Few remains left - hangar bases in wood and compass swinging base.
A X3CE Chedburgh -- N 52 10 54 E 000 37 12 1942 RAF. 3 Grp. Bomber Ops Agriculture A few buildings remain - possibly some sections of peri track.
A X1CM Cheddington Marsworth N 51 49 58 W 000 40 41 1942 8th AF. RCM + Night Leaflet Units Agriculture Only faint evidence of runways remain but industry has made use of the peri track and hardstandings.
A X2CE Chedworth -- N 51 48 45 W 001 56 36 1942 RAF. 12 Grp. TEU Agriculture Now bisected by minor road with some runway/taxiway sections visible north of this. The largest dispersed site (to West) is mostly intact & operated as a farm. Other sites are buried in the woods, mostly Nissen bases, but some partially intact Picket Posts. Two Blister hangars exist but have been joined together. (02/2003)
A EGBC Cheltenham Racecourse -- N 51 55 32 W 002 03 16 -- -- Heliport North side of racecourse.
A X3CV Chelveston -- N 52 18 20 W 000 31 18 1941 8th AF. 305th Bomb Group Agriculture Runways completely gone as, more recently, have the hangars and aerial farm. Returning to agriculture. (10/2009)
C X2CQ Chepstow -- N 51 37 W 002 40 -- RAF No.7 SLG n/k No details of current state.
A X3CY Chetwynd -- N 52 48 46 W 002 24 25 1941 RAF. 21 Grp. AFU Agriculture Grass field still used as a PLS for Shawbury. (02/2006)
A EGHR Chichester Westhampnett N 50 51 34 W 000 45 33 1940 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Ops Airfield Active as an airfield and for motor racing and a racecourse.
C X0CI Chickerell Weymouth N 50 37 W 002 29 1918 -- Industry WW1 airfield (241 Sqn) but possibly also in brief use in WW2. Extinct.
C X0CJ Chigwell -- N 51 36 E 000 07 1938 -- n/k pre war civil. No remains left.
A X9CB Chilbolton Stonefield Park N 51 08 12 W 001 25 09 2002 -- PS --
A X2CB Chilbolton -- N 51 08 26 W 001 26 30 1940 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Ops RRS Peritrack outline still visible with small sections of runway. The airfield buildings form part of an industrial estate. (02/2006)
A X9CF Chilsfold Farm -- N 51 03 36 W 000 35 34 -- -- PS --
A X1CP Chiltern Park -- N 51 33 04 W 001 06 04 -- -- PS --
A X2CN Chilton Hungerford N 51 26 02 W 001 31 37 -- -- -- Chilton Aircraft production. Some flights took place here but only rarely.
A X0IW Chilworth Wheatley N 51 43 59 W 001 04 27 -- -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
C X0CG Chingford -- N 51 38 E 000 00 1915 WW1 use only. Housing Ex RNAS Aeroplane School. Extinct.
A X4CP Chipping -- N 53 53 05 W 002 37 14 -- -- Gliding --
A X2CG Chipping Norton -- N 51 55 27 W 001 31 36 1940 RAF. 23 Grp. ATU Agriculture Some derelict buildings.
A X2CO Chipping Ongar Willingale N 51 43 46 E 000 17 42 1943 USSTAFE. Air Disarmament Agriculture Very little remains - a portion of the peri track, one hangar and the Ops Block. The peri track is now used as a private strip.
A X3CW Chipping Warden -- N 52 08 41 W 001 16 35 1941 RAF. 92 Grp. Bomber OTU Agriculture SW sections of runways still intact and covered in cars. NE runway sections back to agriculture but most of the peri track is intact.
A X7CH Chirk -- N 52 56 51 W 003 02 45 -- -- PS --
A EGDC Chivenor Braunton N 51 05 14 W 004 09 01 1940 RAF. 19 Grp. Coastal Ops Airfield RAF activity ceased but still in use by Royal Marines.
A X1CC Christchurch Somerford N 50 44 03 W 001 45 08 1935 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Ops Housing Location marks the centre of the pre WW2 Burry's airfield but Christchurch expanded significantly west to Bure Lane in later years. Now completely swallowed up by housing and industry. Extinct.
B X3CJ Christleton Wirral N 53 12 02 W 002 49 55 -- -- Agriculture Post war civil. No further details.
A X3CB Church Broughton -- N 52 53 13 W 001 41 47 1942 RAF. 93 Grp. Bomber OTU Industry Two runways dug up with the third covered in industrial plant. A50 and other roads cut through the southern part of the airfield which is fast becoming a commercial park development. (06/2002).
A X9CH Church Farm Shotteswell N 52 05 59 W 001 22 51 -- -- PS --
A EGXG Church Fenton -- N 53 50 04 W 001 11 43 1937 RAF. 12 Grp. Fighter Ops Airfield Active
A X3CH Church Lawford -- N 52 21 25 W 001 20 33 1941 RAF. 23 Grp. AFU Industry A ROC station until a few years ago. One small section of runway remains but the remaining airfield site is being dug up (gravel extraction?).
A X0CN Cirencester -- N 51 44 35 W 001 59 25 1918 -- Agriculture 8(T) Sqn Australian FC. In use as private field in 1932.
A EGSQ Clacton -- N 51 47 07 E 001 07 48 -- -- Airfield Active
C X0CK Clacton Earl's Hall N 51 48 E 001 07 -- -- n/k pre war civil
A X3CF Claybrooke Farm -- N 52 30 25 W 001 16 51 -- -- PS --
C X5CD Cleadon -- N 54 58 W 001 23 1916 WW1 use only. n/k 36 Sqn
A X2CV Cleave -- N 50 53 09 W 004 33 11 1939 RAF. 70 Grp. Fighter AACU RRS Morwenstow RRS. Northern peri track and hard standings partly extant.
C X4CB Cleethorpes Beach -- N 53 33 W 000 00 -- -- n/k Active in 1962
A X2CJ Clench Common -- N 51 23 25 W 001 44 03 -- -- PS NE corner of RAF Overton Heath airfield.
A X4CE Cliffe -- N 53 47 09 W 001 00 00 -- -- PS --
A X1CG Clipgate Barham N 51 11 13 E 001 09 12 -- -- PS --
A X4CL Clough Farm -- N 53 07 02 E 000 18 54 -- -- PS --
A X8CL Cluntoe -- N 54 37 14 W 006 32 01 1942 RAF. NI. CMU Agriculture Airfield reported as reasonably intact.
A X1CH Clutton Hill Farm -- N 51 20 29 W 002 31 21 -- -- PS --
A X2CP Clyffe Pypard -- N 51 28 50 W 001 53 51 1941 RAF. 50 Grp. EFTS Agriculture 29 EFTS. There is actually quite a bit still here. Peri track (it always was grass field), pillboxes, Bellman hangar, some general buildings, rifle range, all still exist, agricultural use. (12/2003)
A X3CQ Coal Aston Bentley Farm N 53 18 17 W 001 25 50 -- -- PS --
A X3CN Coal Aston Norton Woodseats N 53 19 34 W 001 27 55 1915 -- Housing RFC in WW1. Operated by Sheffield Corporation as an airfield in 1932.
A X0CZ Cock Marsh Bourne End/Marlow N 51 34 30 W 000 43 08 -- -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A X9CK Cockerham -- N 53 57 55 W 002 49 52 -- -- PS Also a parachuting site
C X2BL Colchester Ardleigh/Blue Barns N 51 56 E 000 57 1927 -- n/k Pre war civil, closed 1934. Robinson Aircraft. Aka Marlow
B X2CF Coldharbour Farm -- N 50 59 20 E 000 51 53 -- -- PS No details known.
A X4CG Coleby Grange -- N 53 07 56 W 000 29 51 1940 RAF. 27 Grp. Radio School Agriculture Thor missile site until 1963. Peri track still extant plus derelict watch office (07/2003)
C X0AA Coleraine North -- N 55 09 W 006 41 -- -- n/k pre war civil
C X0AB Coleraine South -- N 55 06 W 006 41 -- -- n/k pre war civil
A EGUO Colerne -- N 51 26 30 W 002 16 46 1940 RAF. 10 Grp. Fighter Ops Airfield All infrastructure remains including hangars.
A EGEL Coll Ballard N 56 36 06 W 006 37 04 -- -- Airfield Active
A X3CL Collyweston Easton on Hill N 52 36 18 W 000 30 23 1918 RAF. 12 Grp. Fighter Ops Airfield Now part of the undershoot for Rwy 08 at Wittering. Merged to become the big Wittering we now have.
B EGEY Colonsay Machrins N 56 03 27 W 006 14 37 -- -- Airfield Active
A EGYC Coltishall -- N 52 45 18 E 001 21 27 1940 RAF. 12 Grp. Fighter Ops Airfield Active
C X0AC Colyton -- N 50 43 W 003 06 -- -- n/k --
A X0AE Combermere Whitchurch N 52 59 19 W 002 35 35 -- -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A EGHA Compton Abbas -- N 50 58 02 W 002 09 13 -- -- Airfield Active. A number of hangars. (05/2002)
A ++++ Compton Bassett Cherhill N 51 26 19 W 001 58 14 1940 -- -- Used for radar training only. No airfield.
A X3CO Condover -- N 52 38 09 W 002 43 53 1942 RAF. 21 Grp. AFU Agriculture No runways extant but peri track is mostly intact.
A EGXC Coningsby -- N 53 05 35 W 000 10 00 1940 RAF. 5 Grp. Bomber Ops Airfield Active
A X0AF Conington -- N 52 16 21 W 000 04 10 1928 -- PS Private strip on or near site of pre WW2 civil strip.
B X0CT Conway Town Moor N 53 17 30 W 003 50 51 -- -- -- Closed 1920
A X1CL Coolham -- N 50 59 20 W 000 23 55 1944 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter ALG Agriculture Few remnants survive - some taxiway to N edge of field. Memorial in local village. (06/2002)
A X0CP Copmanthorpe York N 53 54 43 W 001 07 35 1916 WW1 use only. Agriculture Aerodrome. 33, 57 and 76 Sqns. Closed March 1919. A few foundations remain.
A EGWC Cosford -- N 52 38 25 W 002 18 20 1938 RAF. 24 Grp. TTS Airfield Active
A X0CQ Cote Hill Husbands Bosworth N 52 26 23 W 001 03 59 1932 -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A X5CT Cottam -- N 54 03 52 W 000 28 55 1939 RAF. 42 Grp. MSU Agriculture Few remains left. Almost fully absorbed back into farmland.
C X0CO Cottenham -- N 52 17 E 000 07 -- WW1 use only. n/k --
A X2CT Cottered Buntingford N 51 56 53 W 000 05 54 -- -- PS --
A EGXJ Cottesmore -- N 52 44 08 W 000 38 56 1938 9th AF. 316th Troop Carrier Group Airfield Active
C X0CV Covehithe -- N 52 22 E 001 43 -- WW1 use only. n/k Sub station for Yarmouth
A EGBE Coventry Baginton N 52 22 11 W 001 28 47 1934 RAF. 26 Grp. Bomber Ops Airport Active
A X2EC Cowes East Medina N 50 44 00 W 001 16 37 -- -- -- Westland. Saunders Roe production site. Completed Avro 504's were flown out.
A X1CS Cowes Somerton/Northwood N 50 44 47 W 001 18 32 1916 -- Industry Samuel White, Spartan. Operated until 1954.
A X3CP Cowick Hall -- N 53 41 06 W 001 00 16 -- -- Agriculture Post war civil
A X1CA Cowley -- N 51 43 38 W 001 12 33 -- -- Housing Morris Motors factory airfield.
A X6CR Crail -- N 56 16 08 W 002 36 22 1918 RN. HMS Jackdaw. OTU Airfield Most structures remain.
A X0CM Cramlington N 55 05 50 W 001 36 56 1918 WW1 use only. Housing Airship Station (Class D). Was also used as a Training Station by 75 and 120 Sqn's. Closed 1919 and town developed over the site.
A X4CR Cranage Byley N 53 13 24 W 002 24 00 1940 RAF. 21 Grp. AFU Agriculture M6 cuts through site. Little remains of it.
A EGTC Cranfield -- N 52 04 20 W 000 37 00 1937 RAF. 12 Grp. Fighter OTU Airfield Operating with one runway active, the other two disused. C-Type hangars in good condition.
A X4CN Cranwell Cranwell North N 53 02 32 W 000 29 32 1916 RAF. 27 Grp. Radio School Gliding Active
A EGYD Cranwell Cranwell South N 53 01 49 W 000 29 00 1916 RAF. 27 Grp. Radio School Airfield Active
A X1CR Crayford -- N 51 27 05 E 000 11 04 -- -- Industry Vickers factory site. Aircraft were originally flown from Joyce Green but later a landing area was in use at Crayford.
A X2CS Craysmarsh Farm -- N 51 21 49 W 002 05 27 -- -- PS --
A X0EE Creetown -- N 54 54 56 W 004 22 46 1932 -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
C X2CK Cricklewood -- N 51 33 W 000 13 1912 -- n/k Handley Page. Closed in 1930.
A X6CM Crimond Rattray Head N 57 36 42 W 001 53 04 1944 RN. HMS Merganser. AOS RRS Site now covered in radio masts.
A X4CT Croft Skegness N 53 07 23 E 000 15 07 -- -- PS --
A X5CR Croft Neasham N 54 27 22 W 001 33 27 1941 RCAF. 6 Grp. Bomber Ops Motor Sport Motor racing circuit using a mix of runways and peritrack. Great circuit!
A X3CX Cromer Northrepps N 52 53 37 E 001 19 15 2007 -- PS Relocated to this site in 2008.
A X3CR Cromer Northrepps N 52 54 07 E 001 19 43 -- -- PS Was a Private strip. Closed.
C X9CR Cromwell -- N 53 09 W 000 49 -- -- PS --
A X2CR Croughton Brackley N 51 59 16 W 001 10 50 1941 RAF. 23 Grp. AFU RRS Large USAF radio station.
A EGSO Crowfield Ipswich N 52 10 16 E 001 06 40 -- -- Airfield Grass strip with a couple of small hangars.
A X3CS Crowland Spalding N 52 42 32 W 000 08 27 -- -- Gliding --
A X1CY Croydon Waddon N 51 21 07 W 000 07 25 1916 DCA Civil Airport Housing Survived until the 1950's but is now housing, playing fields and parkland. Old Pre-WWII Tower still extant, now an hotel (I think), and Museum (03/2002)
B X7CR Cruglas Synod Inn N 52 08 03 W 004 21 43 -- -- PS --
A X3CK Cuckoo Tye Farm -- N 52 04 06 E 000 44 09 -- -- PS --
A EGDR Culdrose Helston N 50 05 08 W 005 15 17 1944 Under construction. RN HMS Seahawk Airfield Sprawling FAA station with many buildings.
A X2CU Culham Clifton Hampden N 51 39 31 W 001 13 40 1932 RN. HMS Hornbill. R&DU Industry Pre WW2 private strip. Taxiways and hangars still in evidence but mostly overbuilt by the Science and Engineering Centre.
A X0CU Cullercoats -- N 55 01 55 W 001 26 18 -- WW1 use only. Housing --
A X2CM Culmhead Church Stanton N 50 55 47 W 003 07 43 1941 RAF. 10 Grp. Fighter Ops RRS aka Tricky Warren. Runways and peri track still moatly extant.
A EGEA Culter Aberdeen N 57 07 11 W 002 19 15 -- - Heliport Active
A EGPG Cumbernauld -- N 55 58 29 W 003 58 32 -- -- Airfield Active
A X5CH Currock Hill -- N 54 56 01 W 001 50 36 1916 -- Gliding 36 Sqn from Oct 1916 - Apr 1917
A X7DL Dale -- N 51 42 54 W 005 11 37 1942 RN. HMS Goldcrest. TCU Disused Site remains intact but is decaying.
A X6DL Dallachy -- N 57 39 22 W 003 04 01 1943 RAF. 18 Grp. Coastal Ops Gliding To TA 1945. Closed 1958. Few remains.
B X6DA Dalmore -- N 57 41 15 W 004 14 18 -- -- -- Moorings
A X0DA Dalmuir -- N 55 54 25 W 004 26 04 1915 WW1 use only. -- Beardmore factory. Seaplanes flew from the Clyde. Landplanes flew from Inchinnan or Renfrew (Robertson Park).
A X5DL Dalton -- N 54 10 36 W 001 21 22 1941 RAF. 7 Grp. Bomber HCU Industry Industrial estate using some original buildings. Westerly runway sections still evident.
A EGML Damyn's Hall -- N 51 31 43 E 000 14 44 -- -- PS This is an old private strip dating back to before WW2.
A X3DM Darley Moor -- N 52 58 39 W 001 44 34 1942 RAF. 38 Grp. Bomber OTU Motor Sport Runway and perimeter track still exist and form part of the racing circuit..
C X5DA Darlington Ketton N 54 34 34 W 001 31 19 -- -- PS --
A X0DY Daventry Newnham Ground N 52 14 15 W 001 08 30 -- -- Agriculture Was a pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932). Now active again.
A X2DM Davidstow Moor -- N 50 38 06 W 004 37 06 1942 RAF. 19 Grp. Coastal Ops Airfield Almost intact with runways, peri track and hardstandings. Active with light aircraft operations.
A X0DR Deal Ripple N 51 12 09 E 001 22 13 -- -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A EGKL Deanland Lewes N 50 52 54 E 000 09 21 -- -- Airfield On the SW corner of the original airfield.
A X1DL Deanland -- N 50 53 10 E 000 09 58 1944 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter ALG Agriculture Little remains of original airfield.
A X3DB Debach -- N 52 08 11 E 001 16 17 1944 8th AF. 493rd Bomb Group Agriculture Some runway sections and the peritrack were still identfiable in 1977.
A X2DB Debden -- N 51 59 27 E 000 16 30 1937 8th AF. 4th Fighter Group Disused Excellent condition - the two (not three) original runways are still extant with a post-WWII asphalt surface in good condition. C-Type hangars also extant together with other buildings in the technical area and elsewhere. Has a big radar on top of a tall tower also on site.
A X3DE Deenethorpe -- N 52 30 22 W 000 35 21 1943 8th AF. 401st Bomb Group Airfield Operational with just one runway (04/22) remaining. No significant WW2 buildings remain - all small sheds and portacabins.
A X3DF Defford Croft Farm N 52 05 08 W 002 08 10 -- -- PS Immediately south of Defford airfield.
A X3DD Defford -- N 52 05 40 W 002 08 54 1941 RAF. 10 Grp. Fighter Ops RRE Some structures remain on this RRE site. Runway layout still visible but condition unknown.
C X0DE Denbury Newton Abbot N 50 30 W 003 40 -- -- n/k pre war civil
A EGLD Denham Hawksridge N 51 35 18 W 000 30 47 1917 RAF. 50 Grp. EFTS RLG Airfield Active
A X3DN Denton -- N 52 12 32 W 000 47 45 1940 RAF. 50 Grp. EFTS RLG Agriculture Extinct.
A X3DG Deopham Green -- N 52 33 01 E 000 59 32 1944 8th AF. 452nd Bomb Group Agriculture Although the pattern of the airfield remains visible from the air from crop outline there is little left of the structure.
A X9DD Deptford Down -- N 51 10 31 W 001 58 09 -- -- Airfield A simple grass strip used mainly by C130's, Helo's and a dropping zone.
A EGBD Derby -- N 52 51 35 W 001 37 03 -- -- Airfield New airfield.
A X3DR Derby Burnaston N 52 52 16 W 001 34 17 1939 RAF. 51 Grp. EFTS Industry 16 EFTS (originally 30 EFTS). Extinct (Toyota'd)
A X3DH Desborough -- N 52 28 08 W 000 47 51 1943 RAF. 92 Grp. Bomber OTU Agriculture Taxiways and hangars still in use but runways have significantly decayed. Limited aviation activity. (9/2008)
A X2DT Detling -- N 51 18 18 E 000 35 53 1916 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Fwd A/F Agriculture Sadly little left. Now the Kent County Showground. The underground plotting room is still intact; the entrance is hidden in the trees at the centre of the site. (07/2002)
A X2DV Devizes Urchfont N 51 18 45 W 001 55 41 -- -- PS --
A X4DG Digby Scopwick N 53 06 02 W 000 26 39 1918 RAF. 12 Grp. Fighter Ops Disused Still an RAF site, but non-flying. Used for aerial erection by 27Grp Wireless Ops. Grass runways only.
A EGXD Dishforth Ripon N 54 08 14 W 001 25 13 1936 RAF. 7 Grp. Bomber HCU Airfield Operational for army flying. Infrastructure in good condition.
A X3DC Docking -- N 52 55 12 E 000 39 24 1940 RAF. 16 Grp. Coastal Ops Agriculture Grass airfield with no permanent structures - effectively extinct.
A EGCN Doncaster Robin Hood/Finningley N 53 28 29 W 001 00 16 1936 RAF. 91 Grp. Bomber OTU Airport Was RAF Finnnigley (EGXI) which closed in 2001.
A X3DT Doncaster -- N 53 30 38 W 001 06 18 1934 RAF. 44 Grp. Transport CMU Industry Post war activity continued until 1992. Now a leisure park but one Bellman hangar remains in use by the South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum. Was EGCI
B X3DK Doncaster -- N 53 31 36 W 001 06 00 1916 -- Housing WW1 landing ground now called Intake. Closed 1919.
A X6DO Donibristle Inverkeithing N 56 02 34 W 003 20 41 1917 RN. HMS Merlin. HQ and Repair Yard Industry Industrial estate. Some large sections of tarmac in the estate may be the original runway surface.
A X3DP Donington Park Helipad -- N 52 49 51 W 001 22 35 -- -- Heliport --
A X4DN Donna Nook -- N 53 27 51 E 000 09 03 1940 RAF. 16 Grp. Coastal Ops Agriculture Closed 1980. HQ now an hotel. Bombing and gunnery range still active.
A X6DR Dornoch -- N 57 52 20 W 004 01 35 -- RAF. No.40 SLG Airfield Closed 1945 and now partly golf course.
A X0DT Dotterel Reighton N 54 09 21 W 000 15 47 1932 -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A X0DO Douglas -- N 54 10 08 W 004 28 24 b1932 -- Playing Fields Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A X8DY Dounreay Thurso N 58 34 46 W 003 43 58 1945 Under construction. HMS Tern II Disused Part of Dounreay Nuclear Power station site. Was coded EGPY
C X0DV Dover Gunston Road N 51 07 E 001 20 1913 WW1 use only. Housing Closed 1920.
C X0DS Dover St Margarets/Swingate Down N 51 08 E 001 20 1914 WW1 use only. n/k RFC 2,3,4,5 Sqns. Closed at end of WW1.
C X0DM Dover Marine Parade N 51 07 E 001 20 1914 WW1 use only. n/k Closed 1920.
A X9DW Dowland -- N 50 52 41 W 004 02 04 -- -- PS --
A X2DA Down Ampney -- N 51 40 02 W 001 50 27 1944 RAF. 46 Grp. Transport Ops Agriculture Some airfield sections extant.
C X1DF Down Farm Westonbirt N 51 35 W 002 15 -- RAF No.23 SLG n/k Few remains left.
A X3DO Downham Market Bexwell N 52 36 36 E 000 24 19 1942 RAF. 8 Grp. Bomber Ops Agriculture A few buildings evident but little else.
A X2DR Drayton St Leonard -- N 51 39 52 W 001 07 34 -- -- PS --
A X6DM Drem Gullane/West Fenton N 56 01 08 W 002 47 57 1917 RAF. 13 Grp. Fighter Ops. RN HMS Nighthawk Agriculture Closed 1946. Outline of airfield clearly visible.
A X4DR Driffield Eastburn N 53 59 39 W 000 29 01 1916 RAF. 4 Grp. Bomber Ops Disused Thor missile site until 1963. 4 C type hangars in good condition. (06/2002). http://www.driffieldaerodrome.co.uk/index.htm
A X9DR Droitwich -- N 52 17 19 W 002 08 05 -- -- PS --
A X6DS Drumshade -- N 56 38 39 W 003 01 36 -- -- Gliding --
A X6DF Dumfries Tinwald Downs N 55 05 37 W 003 34 18 1940 RAF. 29 Grp. AFU Industry To Scottish Aviation in 1941 but MU until 1957. Part of an industrial estate but has been used by microlights.
A EGPN Dundee Riverside Park N 56 27 09 W 003 01 33 1941 RN. HMS Condor II. Airport Active
C X0DN Dundee Stannergate N 56 28 W 002 56 -- RNAS Seaplane Base n/k Extinct.
A X6DD Dundonald Gailes N 55 34 55 W 004 36 50 1940 RAF. 44 Grp. Transport Training. Agriculture aka Barrassie? Closed 1945. Very little evidence left.
A X4DL Dunholme Lodge -- N 53 17 33 W 000 30 14 1943 RAF. 1 Grp. Bomber Ops Agriculture Bloodhound site 1959/63. Now farmland
A X6DU Dunino -- N 56 17 36 W 002 42 22 1941 RN. HMS Jackdaw II. RAS Agriculture Few remains left.
A EGTU Dunkeswell -- N 50 51 36 W 003 14 05 1943 USNAC. Fleet Air Wing 7 Airfield Active with a number of hangars
C X0DK Dunkeswicke -- N 53 55 W 001 32 -- WW1 use only. n/k LG. 76 Sqn. Closed 1919. Extinct.
B X8DV Dunnyvadden -- N 54 50 31 W 006 12 20 -- -- PS --
A EGTD Dunsfold -- N 51 07 03 W 000 32 05 1942 RAF. 11 Grp. Fighter Fwd A/F Airfield Now active as a private airfield. All facilities intact. (03/2002)
A X0DU Dunsley Whitby N 54 29 35 W 000 39 54 1932 -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A X2DU Dunstable Downs -- N 51 52 06 W 000 32 48 -- -- Gliding --
A X0DC Dunster -- N 51 11 26 W 003 25 47 -- -- Agriculture Pre WW2 private strip (AA list in 1932).
A EGNV Durham Tees Valley Teesside/Middleton St George N 54 30 33 W 001 25 46 1941 RCAF. 6 Grp. Bomber Ops Airport aka Goosepool. Active
A EGSU Duxford -- N 52 05 27 E 000 07 55 1919 8th AF. 78th Fighter Grp Airfield Operational. The wartime PSP runway was south of the current hard runway.