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UKPPG PPG Training School (March Aerodrome)
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Welcome to UKPPG PPG Training School (March Aerodrome) (52) flight site

Place: March Aerodrome Cross Road March Cambridgeshire PE15 0YS, PE15 9TQ March

Country: United Kingdom

Activities: Paramotor

Level of difficulty : Beginners.

Description: UKPPG Training School (March Aerodrome) is the UK’s Only 100% Dedicated PPG, CAA Registered Aerodrome with Full Planning Permission for PPG Training and Flying.
UKPPG is a Friendly Location for all the Family to come along and enjoy.
Our Aerodrome is located in the open Fenland countryside in a beautiful rural setting away from any obstructions or hazards offering fantastic cross country or local flying.
We operate on a Full Time basis, offering PPG training 7 Days a Week from 8.30am to Half Hour Past Sunset.

Facilities Include: Parking, Men’s, Ladies and Disabled Toilets, Running Water, Changing Rooms, Clubroom, Training Room, BBQ Area, Indoor and Outdoor Seating Area, Self Service Tea and Coffee for Annual and Day Members / Students and Family Members, Members Lockers, Family Safe Viewing Area, Accommodation Available within 1 mile of the Aerodrome.

Take-off: 52°32′24"N, 0°3′1"E, altitude 0 meters, GR 0 (see in google map).
Aerodrome Size: L 1100ft (330m) x W 410ft (125m) Grass Runway Facing East - West Direction.
Perfectly Flat Take-Off Surface In All Directions.

Height ASL = -3ft (This is Correct the Aerodrome is -3 feet below Sea Level)

Landing: 0°0′0"N, 0°0′0"E, altitude 0 meters (see in google map).
Aerodrome Size: L 1100ft (330m) x W 410ft (125m) Grass Runway Facing East - West Direction.
Perfectly Flat Landing Surface In All Directions.

Height ASL = -3ft (This is Correct the Aerodrome is -3 feet below Sea Level)

Weather and wind at this place: March Aerodrome has Predominantly a West-South-Westerly Wind Direction, The Aerodrome has no rotor or physical obstructions in any wind direction making for safe multi directional flying.
The Aerodrome is in very flat surroundings with no change in altitude within a 25mile radius of the Aerodrome.

Going there: Take the A141 to March (Cambridgeshire), Along the March Bypass take the Crematorium Turning which is Knights End Road, Approximately 3/4 of a Mile on the Right is Cross Road, Once on Cross road, you will pass the Chickens Huts on the Left Hand Side and the Aerodrome is 2 Fields North on the Left Hand Side.

Special flying rules at this place: PPR for all incoming Airbourne Pilots (Call 07544 659840 for permissions).
Airband Radio Frequency: 118.675
Airband Call Sign: March Base

PLEASE NOTE:
We Have Local Planning Governed, Restricted Flying Areas Which Must be Adhered To At ALL Times, Anyone Not Adhering to these No Fly Zone Areas Will Be Reported to the CAA and the Local Council which could Lead to Prosecution. Please Study the Map in the Link Below Prior to Flying into the March Aerodrome.
See Map on this Link: http://www.ukppgwebstore.com/visiting-pilot-info-12-w.asp

Usually practicable from january until december.

Number of accidents occurred: 0.

Flightsite created on 4 December 2012 by Nigel Davies (11795) , and modified on 10 December 2012 by Nigel Davies (11795).