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Damyns Hall Aerodrome

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Damyns Hall Aerodrome

Damyns Hall Aerodrome
Airport type Public
Owner Timothy Lyons
Operator Damyns Hall Aerodrome
Location Upminster
Elevation AMSL 56 ft / 17 m
EGML is located in London Borough of Havering
Location in Havering
Direction Length Surface
m ft
03/21 650 2,133 Grass
14/32 n/a n/a
Sources: Damyns Hall Aerodrome[1]

Damyns Hall Aerodrome (ICAO: EGML) is an operational general aviation aerodrome, located 2 nautical miles (3.7 km; 2.3 mi) south of Upminster in the London Borough of Havering, England.

Damyns Hall Aerodrome is an unlicensed airfield from which some flying instruction takes place and is run by Damyns Hall Aerodrome Limited.

The Damyns Hall Aerodrome is headquarters to the Rochester Microlights Club and flying school.[2]

Also, home to Microlight sport aviation ltd, another flying school based at Damyn's Hall flying the Flight Design CTSW aircraft and Learn to Fly, a flex-wing microlight school and tandem hang gliding air experience school.

Damyns Hall Aerodrome has an Air/Ground radio service as Hornchurch Radio on 119.550 MHz.

The aerodrome grounds are currently home to the annual (early August) Military and Flying Machines show.

Over the years the aerodrome has also been subject to local residents raising issues to the local authority regarding noise pollution.

Since 2013 Damyns Hall has been home to the We Are FSTVL.


  1. ^ Damyns Hall Aerodrome
  2. ^ Rochester Microlights Club and flying school

External links

  • London Air Sports
  • Microlight Sport
  • Learn to Fly

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