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NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES 2013
1.1 The over-flight of houses, hamlets and villages in the proximity of the aerodrome is to be avoided whenever possible. Straight in approaches are not encouraged and overhead joins are preferred.
1.2 Business jets and airliners are exempt from the noise abatement procedure as they are less manoeuvrable than GA aircraft.
2 Runway 26 - Left Hand
The downwind leg should be flown south of Kemble Wick, until past the railway line. Base leg should be flown with the railway on your left hand side. Turn on to final before reaching
GA aircraft are requested not to climb out straight ahead or turn right after departure. Left turn as soon as possible.
3 Runway 08 – Right Hand
Downwind should be flown north of Chelworth and south of Kemble Wick. Base leg to be flown keeping Ashley and Culkerton on your left hand side and turn right on to final before reaching the village.
GA aircraft are requested not to climb out straight ahead after departure.