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Admire the beautiful Welsh coastline. Swansea Airport is popular for general aviation and serves as a great base to explore Wales and beyond.
Boasting a rich and varied history, the airport was originally used as a military base during World War II, and later became a hub for private and charter flights.
Serving nearly 9 million passengers every year it’s one of the busiest airports in the UK, with flights serving most of the world.
Popular for training pilots and business aviation London Oxford is a growing and vibrant airport. Incredible accuracy and unrivalled realism, you’ll fall in love with this airport.
Located in Essex, Southend is a popular airport serving the south of England. Immerse yourself in one of the United Kingdom’s busiest and most varied aviation hubs.
Set in the classic British countryside, Wycombe is a popular airfield for general aviation pilots and training helicopter pilots alike.
We’ve created a simple map so it’s easy to visualise airports available.
From the incredibly detailed ortho-imagery to the luscious 3D vegetation surrounding the airfield, every aspect has been replicated.
Gatwick Airport is Europe’s leading airport for point-to-point flights and has the world’s busiest single-use runway, with a maximum of 55 aircraft movements per hour.
The international airport is a major European holiday destination, with Easyjet, Thomson & Vueling being the main airline carriers that serve the airport.
Geneva is a very large international airport and serves as a gateway for trading and passenger transport into the EU, as well as serving U.S destinations.
Elstree, famous for Elstree Film Studios, is a small airport which can serve your short-haul GA flights or long haul small jet flights.
Handling nearly 2 million passengers every year Southampton has become popular for short charter flights and island hops, making it the 18th busiest airport in the UK.