Bourn Airfield

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Bourn Airport
Summary
Airport type Private
Operator Rural Flying Corps
Location Cambridge
Elevation AMSL 226 ft / 69 m
Coordinates 52°12′38″N 000°02′33″W / 52.21056°N 0.04250°W / 52.21056; -0.04250Coordinates: 52°12′38″N 000°02′33″W / 52.21056°N 0.04250°W / 52.21056; -0.04250
Website www.rfcbourn.flyer.co.uk
Map
EGSN is located in Cambridgeshire
EGSN
EGSN
Location in Cambridgeshire
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
06/24 568 1,864 Bitumen
18/36 633 2,077 Bitumen
Sources: Last entry from the UK AIP originally at NATS[1]

Bourn Airport (IATA: n/a, ICAO: EGSN) is located 7 NM (13 km; 8.1 mi) west of Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. The airfield was originally constructed during World War II as RAF Bourn and was principally used as a base for heavy bombers - Wellingtons, Stirlings and Lancasters were all based at Bourn at one time or another. Nowadays, the airfield is used for recreational use, and flight training has been provided by the Bourn Rural Flying Corps for in excess of 30 years.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Bourn - EGSN entry from 2004 hosted at Rural Flying Corps site

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