Teeside International EGNV MME
Durham Tees Valley Airport is an international airport in North East England, located 4.7 NM (8.7 km; 5.4 mi) southeast of Darlington, about 10 mi (16 km) southwest of Middlesbrough and 24 mi (39 km) south of Durham. The airport serves County Durham and parts of North Yorkshire, and is in Middleton St George in the borough of Darlington. Most local residents still refer to it by its previous name, Teesside airport.

Durham Tees Valley Airport is one of the United Kingdom's smaller airports, but offers links to several domestic and European destinations. Originally an RAF Station, the airfield became Teesside International Airport in the 1960s and was renamed Durham Tees Valley Airport in 2004.

Passenger numbers peaked in 2006 when the airport was used by 917,963 passengers, but declined to 224,673 in 2010, the lowest level seen at the airport since 1975. In the first stages of 2011 the airport received a considerable increase in passenger numbers with a 47% increase in January and a 24% increase in February compared to 2010.
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Key Details
Name Teeside International
Latitude 54.50920105
Longitude -1.42940998
Elevation 120 ft


Runway Mag. Bearing Dimensions Surface Type
23 230° 2291m x 45m Asphalt
05 050° 2291m x 45m Asphalt
ATC Stations
Callsign Name Frequency
LON_CTR London Control 123.900
LON_N_CTR London Control 133.700
EGNV_APP Durham Radar 118.850
EGNV_F_APP Durham Director 128.850
EGNT_R_APP Newcastle Radar 124.375
EGNV_TWR Durham Tower 119.800
EGNV_ATIS Durham Information 132.375

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