We are pleased to announce that from Monday 17th May the club will be open 7 days a week. Opening hours are:

9am - 7pm daily

Opening hours will be reviewed and may be subject to change. Any changes will be notified to the Members in advance.

Outside these times please email: flightdesk@sherburnaeroclub.com

Visitor Information

Sherburn Aero Club welcomes visitors from near and far, aviators, enthusiasts or those just looking for a fun day out with the family. There is so much on offer including on-site flying instructors, classrooms and meeting rooms, a newly refurbished cafe and children's play area and a pilot shop stocked with a range of aviation equipment, clothing, gifts and children's toys.

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Visiting Public

Please report to reception on arrival. View the airfield layout using the map below.

Airfield Map (PDF)
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Visiting Pilots

Review information on runways, parking, radio and navigation aids, circuit patterns, noise abatement and more.

Pilot & Airfield Info
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Flights from Sherburn

See the sights from Sherburn. Here is a guide to ten flying trips from Sherburn by Richard Maxted.

Download (PDF)

Club Facilities

Free Car Parking (with overflow)
Cafe / Food / Drink
Licensed Bar
Toilets / Baby Changing
Outdoor Children's Play Area
Outdoor Seating Area
Wi-Fi Internet
Indoor Lounge Area
Function / Meeting Rooms
Classrooms

Airfield Facilities

4 runways (3 grass/1 tarmac)
Ground Crew Team
Sherburn Engineering
Fuel (AVGAS / JETA1)
Parking / Hangarage
Air-Ground Radio

Explore Yorkshire from Sherburn

Sherburn airfield is ideally located as a base to explore the fabulous scenery of the Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors, Yorkshire Coast, the Lake and Peak Districts. There are numerous castles, abbeys, and stately homes to see as well as the historic cities of York, Beverley and Ripon. There is also a dense network of airfields all within a short distance, including the Elvington and Breighton aircraft collections.

Sherburn in Elmet is a large village located in the Selby District of North Yorkshire between York and Leeds. The origins of the village go back to Roman times and the name reflects the fact that it was once within the Kingdom of Elmet. Today the village is known for its large industrial estate, located on part of a world war two airfield, the very same now operated by Sherburn Aero Club.

We are surrounded by some of the countries most beautiful countryside and yet are only a short distance from Leeds and York. Whether you are looking to go sightseeing and visit local attractions, take a walk in the Yorkshire countryside or you prefer retail therapy, you will not be disappointed.

We have provided some information and links to local and Yorkshire tourist websites below. We would be happy to help you with your plans, feel free to give us a call.