Kilkenny Airport

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Kilkenny Airport
KKY-EIKLtower2008-03-04.jpg
Control tower at Kilkenny Airport
IATA: KKYICAO: EIKK / EIKL
Summary
Airport type Private
Operator Kilkenny Airport Limited
Location Kilkenny
Elevation AMSL 300 ft / 91 m
Coordinates 52°39′03″N 007°17′46″W / 52.65083°N 7.29611°W / 52.65083; -7.29611 (Bantry Aerodrome)Coordinates: 52°39′03″N 007°17′46″W / 52.65083°N 7.29611°W / 52.65083; -7.29611 (Bantry Aerodrome)
Website kilkennyairport.ie/
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
09/27 930 3,051 Grass
Source: Irish AIS[1]

Kilkenny Airport or Conor Airpark (IATA: KKY[2]ICAO: EIKK[1][3]) is an airport located 1.5 NM (2.8 km; 1.7 mi) west of Kilkenny in County Kilkenny, Ireland. It was the home of the Kinair Air Rally, now discontinued. It has one grass runway, 09/27, which is 930 by 23 m (3,051 by 75 ft). There are six powered resident aircraft based at the aerodrome. It also has a parachuting club operating. The main activities are flight instruction, PPL flying and parachuting. Gliding activity is no longer a feature at Kilkenny.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Aerodrome Information - VFR Aerodromes and Heliports: EIKK - Kilkenny
  2. ^ Accident history for Kilkenny Airport (IATA: KKY) at Aviation Safety Network
  3. ^ Recreational Flying Club based at Kilkenny Airfield (Licensed EIKK)