Brighton City (Shoreham) Airport

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Brighton City  (Shoreham) Airport is the oldest licensed airfield in the UK as it was founded in 1910.The Airport is privately owned  and mostly used for light aircraft, helicopter flights, trips for business and sightseeing tours. A number of training schools also use the airport. It has one small terminal building, designed in the art deco style , which opened in 1936. The airport is usually open to the public with a Visitors Centre and a restaurant.

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Brighton (Shoreham Airport) Visitor Centre