|London Elstree Aerodrome|
|IATA: none – ICAO: EGTR|
|Owner||Montclare Shipping Co. Ltd|
|Operator||Aldenham Aviation LLP|
|Elevation AMSL||332 ft / 101 m|
Elstree Aerodrome has a CAA Ordinary Licence (Number P486) that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction as authorised by the licensee (Aldenham Aviation LLP).
The aerodrome was returned to civil aircraft operations in 1946 and has since been used by aero clubs and private pilot owners for the basing and operation of single and twin engined light aircraft and helicopters. There is a large wartime built Bellman hangar and smaller hangars which are used for aircraft maintenance and storage.
Fixed Based Operators
A number of FBOs exist at Elstree providing aircraft maintenance and servicing as well as providing flight training:
Flight Training:Elstree Helicopters, Air Academy, Flying Pig Helicopters, Chiltern Aviation, Flyers Flying School, Fly Elstree, Flight Training London, Lion Flying Group, Stars Fly, Heli-UK/Helicopter Services
Aircraft Sales, Servicing, Maintenance and Upgrades: Air Interiors, Enigma Heating & Mechanical Services, Hadron Electrical, Harold Ripel Avionics, Kinetic Avionics, London Elstree Aviation, Mistral Aviation
Pilot Shops and Restaurants
Elstree Aerodrome Cafe, The Three Greens, Pooleys Flight Equipment, Elstree project with Ma-Na's Yoga, individual or group activity with breath awareness, stretching and relaxed preparation before flight
On 29 November 1975, British Formula One champion Graham Hill was killed when the Piper PA-23 he was piloting crashed on approach to the airfield in foggy conditions at night, 3 nm east of the runway. The other five occupants of the aircraft, all members of Hill's racing team, were also killed.
- Elstree - EGTR
- Civil Aviation Authority Aerodrome Ordinary Licences
- "Report No: 14/1976. Piper PA 23-250 Turbo Aztec 'D', N6645Y. Report on the accident at Arkley Golf Course, Arkley, Hertfordshire on 29 November 1975". AAIB. 29 September 1976. Retrieved 8 July 2014.
- Richard Riding and Grant Peerless, Elstree Aerodrome: The Past in Pictures, The History Press Ltd (26 Nov 2003), ISBN 0-7509-3412-3, ISBN 978-0-7509-3412-1, 192 pages.
- Elstree Aerodrome in 1986, at the BBC Domesday Project online, retrieved 22 Sep 2011
- Elstree Aerodrome Official website
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