SpottersWiki icon.png Many airlines have modified their schedules as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, please consult a flight tracking site such as FlightAware or FlightRadar24 or airline web sites for current flight information.
Some areas are restricting non-essential activities in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Please ensure that spotting is not temporarily prohibited by a local public health order before heading to the airport.

Changes

Jump to navigation Jump to search
Line 52: Line 52:  
===Seacash Road===
 
===Seacash Road===
   −
Turn right at the long-stay car park entrance. After 50 yards you come to a cross-roads at a mini-roundabout - turn left into British Road. You will pass the entrance of the Cargo Centre and after another 300m you will see the landing lights of runway 17 to your left. Turn left immediately into Seacash Road. This is a dead-end road with plenty of high vegetation but there are a couple of spots where you can stop and look across the airfield towards the runway intersection and the former RAF site. If you carry on along this road to the end you will find yourself near where Aldergrove's Rescue Training (ex-BA) Trident G-AVFE is hiding in the field to the right. You might have to fight your way through some vegetation to get any sort of photo.
+
Turn right at the long-stay car park entrance. After 50 yards you come to a cross-roads at a mini-roundabout - turn left into British Road. You will pass the entrance of the Cargo Centre and after another 300m you will see the landing lights of runway 17 to your left. Turn left immediately into Seacash Road. This is a dead-end road with plenty of high vegetation but there are a couple of spots where you can stop and look across the airfield towards the runway intersection and the former RAF site. If you carry on along this road to the end you will find yourself near where Aldergrove's Rescue Training (ex-BA) Trident G-AVFE is hiding in the field to the right. You might have to fight your way through some vegetation to get any sort of photo.
{{myavlink|00363215}}
+
 
 
The airport Police patrol here fairly regularly, but even though it is a control zone, they usually let you stay here if you talk nicely to them :).  
 
The airport Police patrol here fairly regularly, but even though it is a control zone, they usually let you stay here if you talk nicely to them :).  
 
During 2007 it appeared that work was going to commence along Seacash Road to develop airport hangar and industrial facilities. However this work has failed to materialise (as of Sept 2014) with only a builders storage area left to "threaten" any existing views.
 
During 2007 it appeared that work was going to commence along Seacash Road to develop airport hangar and industrial facilities. However this work has failed to materialise (as of Sept 2014) with only a builders storage area left to "threaten" any existing views.
Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.

Navigation menu