Lydd Airport

Lydd Airport

Lydd Airport was constructed in 1954 as the cross channel departure point for car ferry services. It enjoyed strong levels of traffic through the fifties and sixties (it was busier than Gatwick for a number of years) but competition from roll-on roll-off sea ferries saw its decline in the early seventies. Dan Air retained an operational base for many years due to the airports superb weather record and operated Channel Islands, Beauvais and other European routes.

Lydd Airport today is operated by London Ashford Airport Ltd., a commercially orientated company with wide ranging aviation experience. Located in the UK's largest county the future development of the airport is taking place in line with central, county and local government policy.

They ensure that flying from LAA is always a pleasurable, efficient and secure experience. At check-in, on departure or return, they always treat you like a human being.

LAA provides a welcoming airport environment offering a full selection of hot & cold meals, snacks & drinks to passengers & visitors alike.

LAA is ideal for visitors, particularly anyone who has a passion for aviation.

Because the Airport is situated near the coast at Lydd in Kent it provides a great centre for visitors to the nearby beautiful & historic areas of Kent & East Sussex.

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Lydd Airport Lydd
Romney Marsh, KEN TN29 9QL
United Kingdom

Contact Info
+44 (0) 1797 322 411
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Lydd Airport Weather info
Scattered clouds

Location of this weather station:
0.6 km South-Southwest

Reported on:
Fri, 2019-01-18 07:50

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