Deanland Breakfast Fly In Sat 16 Sept 2023

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Deanland Breakfast Fly In Sat 16 Sept 2023

Post by ridders » Sun Jul 16, 2023 8:44 pm

Fly in to Deanland, (EGKL) to start the day’s flying off right - with breakfast at our airfield!

All capable aircraft are welcome to join us for breakfast and a chinwag, served within one of our hangars. (unfortunately we cannot accept Flex wings*)

PPR is mandatory, preferably in advance. As we will be very busy on the day PPR beforehand very much preferred. Contact for the Fly In PPR is: [email protected] - tele 07923 582433

Arrivals from 8:30, food 9:30 - 12:00. Departures any time. Complementary landing fee and £7.50 per breakfast. Breakfast includes fried egg, sausage, bacon, tomato, beans and a roll, plus includes tea, coffee or squash. Veggy alternative for Bacon/sausage. Please bring a reusable cup for your drinks.

Note late arrivals may find we have run out of some food, but we have done our very best to estimate numbers based on PPR requests.

This is a Fly-In only - for pilots and their passengers arriving by air. Unfortunately we cannot accept any visitors by road. There is no vehicle parking available, you will be turned away.

The Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance Trust provides a Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS), responding to patients who have suffered trauma or serious medical emergencies. This year, as previous years, ALL fees collected on the day will go towards the trust. Please feel free to round up your food donation to £10 for this worthy cause, when collecting your food ticket! More info on KSSAA at:

PPR for information, its standard overhead joins now and we have offset approach to RW24/offset climb out on 06, so please do PPR so we can pass relevant information for the safety of your flight.

* We are sorry that we can’t accept flex wings, this is due to long standing agreements and maintaining the delicate balance with our neighbours.
Dave Ridley

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