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Barton listening squawk

Effective 1st December 2016 aircraft will be instructed to squawk 7365 on initial contact with ‘Barton Information’. Pilots MUST NOT squawk 7365 until instructed to do so by ‘Barton Information’ Those aircraft which are not transponder equipped should advise “Negative Transponder”. The instruction to squawk ‘7365’ includes the selection, where fitted, of Mode ‘C’ on the aircraft transponder.

WARTON ATC Listening Squawk 3660

From the 23rd July 2015 Warton Listening Squawk will be established. Please Squawk 3660 (with mode C if possible) and monitor 129.525 if you are within 20nm of the airfield

Kenyon Hall Farm new procedures

The procedures for have been changed to reflect the operation of r/c model aircraft on the strip. ALL ARRIVALS MUST BE ANNOUNCED ON SAFETYCOMM (135.475 Mc/s ) to avoid conflict. All models will land on hearing " Kenyon Hall Traffic " announced. Revised outline plan is published indicating new access track and Windsock position. If you are planning to fly in to the strip in the coming season please read all the notes for guidance in the Kenyon Hall Farm section of this site.

Kenyon Hall Farm Strip

Our strip will be only be open, subject to WX and runway condition, when a member is present as Duty Officer. Pilots please PPR iaw procedures. MEMBERS ARE URGED TO VOLUNTEER to do a session any weekend (1000-1300 or 1300-1600). To volunteer contact us on info@lancsaeroclub.co.uk using heading KENYON HALL FARM.

Donations to North West Air Ambulance

Landings at Kenyon Hall Farm are free to all but we do encourage visiting pilots to make a donation to the North West Air Ambulance Trust. In this way last season we collected a total of 45, which has been dispatched. Many thanks to all those who contributed.