Brighton City Airport (Shoreham)


Brighton Airport (EGKA), also known as Shoreham, is a very popular airport for Wingly pilots, given the range of exciting flights that can be planned along England's south coast. Founded in 1910, the airport is the oldest in the UK and is the oldest commercial airport in the world. Brighton Airport (EGKA) played a big role during both the First World War and the Second World war, given its relative proximity to other European countries. The airport is now mainly used for private light aircraft from various flying schools, lending itself perfectly to Wingly's practices.

Brighton City Airport (Shoreham)


Cecil Pashley Way, Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 5FF, UK

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