Visitors

Situated in the beautiful Norfolk countryside 9 miles SSE of Norwich and close to the east Norfolk coast, Seething Airfield is owned and operated by members of Seething Flying Club.

Charity Airday

The Charity Airdays have been an overwhelming success. The days were absolutely fantastic with a large crowd being thrilled by world class aerobatic and display pilots.

 

Flying in

Seething (EGSJ) Aerodrome is open to visiting aircraft throughout the week although the clubhouse is normally only open Wednesday mornings and at weekends. At other times there is an engineering presence on the airfield. Booking in and facilities to pay landing donations (see below) is available in the Clubhouse porch. A toilet is available at the rear of the clubhouse building.

 

PPR by radio is generally acceptable during normal operating hours for non-commercial, fixed wing GA arrivals. PPR by telephone is required for all commercial and helicopter movements and all other arrivals out of normal operating hours.

 

Please call the airfield on 01508 550453 (this is a shared phone and fax line). The office is closed most weekdays so if no reply please call the Airfield Manager on 01508 550222. Alternatively you can send a message via the website contact form (Click Here).

 

 Seething has a single 800 metre asphalt runway 24/06. The circuit pattern is left hand 1000' aal for 24 and right hand 1000' aal for 06. There is a standard over head join upon arrival. Please fly your circuits avoiding the local villages.

 

Departures from 06 are subject to a noise abatement procedure: Turn right thirty degrees after passing the up-wind end of the runway.

 

Seething airfield is member-owned and expensive to maintain. Your landing donations are a much appreciated contribution to the costs of maintaining the airfield infrastructure. Suggested minimum level of donation:

 

Light single £10

Light twin £20

Large twin or turbo-prop single £35

 

Fuel

100LL Avgas is readily available during normal airfield operating hours (Saturday and Sunday, 0930 until approximately 1700). It may be possible to arrange refuelling at other times but this must be by prior arrangement. We are pleased to accept payment by cash, cheque, Master Card, Visa, Switch or Delta cards. Please advise when you make your initial call on 122.605 that fuel is required.

 

The fuelling point is situated on the right in front of the four hangars. After landing (unless directed otherwise) taxi past the parked aircraft until you reach the red "STOP" line at the fuel point. Shut down and someone (normally the Duty Pilot) will help you wheel your aircraft to the pump for refuelling. Please DO NOT enter the fuelling area with engines running.

 

N.B. Helicopters can only be accepted for refuelling at Seething if they can be wheeled to the pumps. NO WHEELS, NO FUEL - Sorry!

 

Visiting by Road

Owing to the unusual layout of Seething Airfield it is not possible to generally accept visitors by road unless by prior arrangement. In such cases safety instructions will be provided before your arrival. Visitors should not pass the Airside An automatic barrier prevents unauthorised access to the airfield. For access, ring the clubhouse on 01508 550453.

 

Seething Airfield is situated 9 miles SSE of Norwich. From the B1322 Bungay road south of Brooke, follow the sign for Seething Industrial Estate into Harvey’s Lane and straight over the crossroads into Toad Lane. The airfield is on the left. If you are using a Sat Nav, use the postcode NR35 2EQ.This will bring you to the airfield main entrance.

 

Airfield Information

 

SEETHING RADIO 122.605

Seething Radio is designated Air / Ground and normally operated Saturdays 09:00 to 16.30 and Sundays 10.00 to 12.00. (local times)

 

Runway 06/24 800mx18 - Asphalt; TORA: 06-800m; 24-800m;LDA: 06-800m; 24-800m

Norwich Approach on 119.355 will provide a basic service inbound.

Our Airfield Plate

 

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