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Headcorn Aerodrome is also known as Lashenden. ICAO designator EGKH. Visiting pilots please note that Headcorn is PPR in order that pilots can receive an aerodrome briefing. Non-radio aircraft are accepted (again strictly PPR). Customs facilities are available from 0900 to sunset for aircraft going to or returning from the continent.

Headcorn is the base for one of the most active parachute centres in the South of England with jumping taking place up to 15,000 feet. It is therefore prohibited to join overhead the airfield. The parachute Drop Zone is located 300 metres northeast of runway 21 threshold therefore go-arounds on both runways should be conducted straight ahead or to the South of the runway.

Circuit direction is left hand on both runway 28 and 10 with a circuit height of 1,000 feet AAL. After landing taxiing is to the South of the runway as soon as possible, parking where available. Runway designators are not provided.


Landing Fees

Single Engine Landing £13.00
Twin Engine Landing £20.00
Single Engine Circuits £30.00
Twin Engine Circuits £40.00

All major credit cards are accepted.

Fuel

AVGAS 100LL
AVTUR JET A-1
MOGAS UL91

Oil: 80, W80, 100, W100, W15/W50


Airfield Details

Elevation 72 feet AMSL
Location 8 nm South of Maidstone 51 09.42N 000 38.50E
Radio A/G 122.00 Headcorn Radio
Hours Winter/Summer 0900-SS and by arrangement
Customs Available 0900-SS
Fire Fighting Cat RFF Cat 1

Navigation Aids

NDB - LSH 340.0 kHz
DME - HLS 115.95 MHz
Range: 15 nm

AIP Data

Please click below to see the current UK Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) data for Headcorn.

AIP Info

Circuit / Noise Abatement

Please click below to see the circuit diagram and note the noise abatement areas of Headcorn, Smarden and Frittenden.

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