Welcome to Sywell Aerodrome

Set in the heart of Northamptonshire, Sywell boasts one of the best General Aviation Airfields in the United Kingdom. With superb airfield facilities and a wonderful Art Deco styled Hotel, it is easy to see why many pilots consider this one of the finest fly-in destinations.

Historic Trials 2017 - get muddy at Sywell!

4th January 2017

The Historic Sporting Trial Association was formed to provide suitable events for sporting trial cars built between 1952 and 1974, and their first event of 2017 is to be held here at Sywell, on 12th February between 10:00 and 15:30.

Historic Trials

The trials will be held in the field opposite the hotel and museum (it will be signposted) and entrance is FREE. Come along and enjoy some muddy historic vehicle action!

Download a poster here


Current Airfield Status and Weather

Fixed wing ops: Use caution Use caution    Helicopter ops: Use caution Use caution

Runway in use: 21R, circuit direction: RH, closing at: 1700.

Information current as of 08:39 on 20/02/2017 (local). For more detailed airfield status click here.

Cloud
The calculated cloud base is 1018 ft.
Wind
The wind is blowing at a speed of 10 kts (average of 16 kts) from the west/southwest (248°).
Temperature
The temperature is 13 °C with a dew-point at 10 °C. The atmospheric pressure (QNH) is 1016 mb (QFE 1002 mb) and is Steady. The relative humidity is 79%.
Forecast: Mostly clear with little temperature change.

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Sywell Aviation Ltd. is a company registered in England with company no. 03180760 & VAT no. 623 8222 56.
Registered offices: Hall Farm, Sywell, Northampton, NN6 0BT.

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