Bournemouth EGHH BOH
Bournemouth Airport (IATA: BOH, ICAO: EGHH) (previously known as Hurn Airport and Bournemouth International Airport) is an airport located 3.5 NM (6.5 km; 4.0 mi)[1] north-northeast of Bournemouth, in southern England. Bournemouth Airport opened as RAF Hurn in 1941 and began commercial services in the late 1950s, with Palmair commencing flights to Majorca in October 1958.
Subsequently Ryanair and Thomson Airways based aircraft at the airport, with scheduled flights now frequently serving Western Europe and the Mediterranean area, with charter and seasonal services serving North Africa, North America and the Caribbean.[4] Passenger numbers peaked in 2007 when just over 1 million passed through the airport, however had fallen to around 610,000 in 2011.
On 25 November 2008, Bournemouth Airport was ranked best airport in the United Kingdom and 3rd best in the world, after Singapore Changi Airport and Hong Kong International Airport, by the Daily Telegraph Travel Awards.[5][6]
Bournemouth Airport has a CAA Public Use Aerodrome Licence (number P736) that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction. Ryanair and Thomson Airways remain the primary users of the airport. Bournemouth Airport is owned and operated by the Manchester Airports Group (MAG), the largest British airport operator.
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Key Details
Name Bournemouth
ICAO EGHH
IATA BOH
FIR EGTT
Latitude 50.77999878
Longitude -1.84249997
Elevation 38 ft
Procedures

Departure clearances from Bournemouth will be in the form of an airways joining clearance usually given in two parts. Your initial airways clearance and later your after departure instructions:

Initial Airways Clearance - "EZY83p, Cleared Manchester via the Q41 airway. Initial climb FL70, Squawk 1234."

After Departure Instructions - "SHT18H, Hold Position. After departure, fly runway heading."

Pilots should note that their initial ‘after departure’ instruction issued may contain a waypoint or heading that is not the first waypoint contained in their flightplan.


Navigation Aids
Type Identifier Frequency
NDB BIA 339.000 KHz
VOR/DME SAM 113.350 MHz
Runways
Runway Mag. Bearing Dimensions Surface Type
08 077° 2271m x 46m Asphalt
26 257° 2271m x 46m Asphalt
ATC Stations
Callsign Name Frequency
LON_CTR London Control 123.900
LON_SC_CTR London Control 132.600
LON_S_CTR London Control 129.420
EGHH_APP Bournemouth Radar 119.470
EGHI_APP Southampton Radar 128.850
SOLENT_APP Solent Radar 120.225
EGHH_TWR Bournemouth Tower 125.600
EGHH_GND Bournemouth Ground 121.700
Standard Terminal Arrival Routes
Identifier Initial Fix
NEDUL1A THREA
SAM1B UMBUR FL160 by OCK
SAM1C WCO FL080 OR BELOW
SAM1D WAFFU Via BANVA FL180 by BANVA Via DVR FL180 by 15NM before WAFFU
SAM1E PEPUL RNAV STAR FL200 by PEPUL FL150 by BAMBO FL110 by RISIN Speed Max 210KIAS by PEPIS
SAM1F KENET FL120 by KENET
SAM1G HON RNAV STAR FL150 by BAMBO FL110 by RISIN Speed Max 210KIAS by PEPIS
SAM2A NEDEX FL160 by abeam RISIN

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