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Wycombe Air Park (Booker) airfield information

Post by andygolfer » Wed Jun 10, 2015 10:02 pm

Address: Wycombe Air Park , Clay Lane, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 3DP
Also known as Booker aerodrome

Booker (Wycombe Air Park) is approx. 2.5 miles west of High Wycombe town centre and 1.5 miles from junction 4 on the M40
Postcode for satnav:SL7 3DP

Imagewycombe air park map1 by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

There are bus services past the entrance and some go into the air park. Most frequent Bus routes are 28 28C 48 (rail stn) but not many at weekends, the following link gives the current timetable: http://www.transportforbucks.net/Upload ... /28_48.pdf
Website: http://www.wycombeairpark.co.uk/
Airfield info:
Wycombe Air Park (Booker) - ICAO Code: EGTB
Wycombe tower 126.550
Ground 121.775

06 – 24 asphalt 730m
06 - 24 grass 610m
35 grass 395m
There are over 100 based aircraft plus gliders

Imagewycombe air park map3 by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

Spotting / photography
The Duty Crew are very helpful and a visit to their office (see plan) to ask for permission to walk round is normally granted usually on the proviso that you do not go into hangars unless somebody in a particular hangar gives permission. There are 6 hangars (in pairs) on the eastern side and the HeliAir hangar to the southern end of the business park area. Their ramp is visible from the northern side (see position A on the map).

Imagewycombe air park map2 by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

these 2 photos were taken from point A:
Image4497 Aerospatiale AS355F1 Ecureuil II, G-PIPB by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

Image4498 Aerospatiale AS355F2 Ecureuil II, G-OASP by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

As a matter of courtesy please remember to call back at the Duty Crew office to say ‘thank you’ before leaving, you will help maintain access for future visiting enthusiasts

If permission cannot be granted for any reason the main aircraft parking area can be viewed from the car park fence which is quite low so no need for steps. These 2 photos were taken from the fence line:

Image4445 Cessna FA152 Aerobats G-WACH, G-WACU and G-WACG by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

Image4488 G-DIGA , G-OONA Robinsons by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

There are 2 café/restaurants on the park, one of which has an outside viewing terrace overlooking the airfield.

here are a few photos taken on or around the hangars to give an idea of what is possible if access is granted:
Image4454 Mooney M20J G-BJHB by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

Image4464 chipmunks by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

Image4456 Diamond DA-42 Twin Star G-CDXK by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

Image4505 Beech Baron, N23659 by Andrew Goldsmith, on Flickr

i hope this is helpful.
here is a link to more photos from a visit I made when the photos here were taken: http://www.civilianaviation.co.uk/forum ... 69&t=22225

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