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Learned to fly there in mid 70s. First to use first tar runway,m which we build with stones from the former railway line. Once you have soloed there no airfield will appear daunting, since the runmway is the worlds narrowest aircraft deck, which seldom points into wind. Still a great place to fly/soar/tour, all year round. Got my Gold height in Jnauary, Diamond in June, it really is all year soaring, but just a touch cool in winter
Closed to Civil Flying. Most Military Flying ceased but Air Cadet Organisation still flys up to 3 Grob 109 Vigilant T Mk1 Motor Gliders from RAF Kinloss and the Moray Flying Club Flies up to 3 light aircraft (currently Cessna 150/172) from the airfield. Contact Freq 122.1 MHz.
A great airport for GA I used ocean sky for handling they are one of the better FBO's on site
...Seems as though some of the parts I couldn't find, anyone else care to do it, here is the official airport map for BRR/EGPR... http://www.ead.eurocontrol.int/eadbasic/pamslight-20C1DD9F3B9A28A0588112859BCAF3DD/7FE5QZZF3FXUS/EN/Charts/AD/AIRAC/EG_AD_2_EGPR_2-1_en_2010-10-21.pdf
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The url of the English article, mentioned in the first comment, has changed to: aerlines.nl/index.php/2006/finding-on-ashaig-airstrip/
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