Fife Airport (ICAO: EGPJ) is an unlicensed aerodrome located 2 nautical miles (3.7 km; 2.3 mi) west of Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland.
Fife Flying Club was formed in 1984 under the original name of Fife Aero Club and works in partnership with Tayside Aviation to promote flying, provide tuition and encourage social activities amongst its members. Based at Fife Airport (EGPJ - unlicensed) near Glenrothes, it is ideally positioned for quick and easy access to some of the most attractive scenery in the UK, much of which is uncontrolled airspace.
The airfield is used by Tayside Aviation to train pilots. In 1998 it was voted the best airfield in the United Kingdom by 'Flyer' magazine.
Skydive St Andrews is based at Fife Airport.
The Tipsy Nipper Restaurant and Bar is situated within Fife Airport and is open all day to visitors, families and pilots. The airport’s runway and apron make a terrific backdrop to the restaurant where our friendly waiting staff deliver top quality Scottish fare with a smile.
The restaurant is split into a formal dining area, a separate seating area for teas, coffees and cakes and a lounge area with a bar – all of which are open to everyone from early in the morning until late in the evening.
A popular dine at The Tipsy Nipper is our Sunday High Tea offer – tea, toast, scones, a meal and cakes.
Fuel: AVGAS 100LL available. Please request in PPR or on initial radio contact. Please note there are no maintenance or customs facilities at Fife Airport. Radio is 130.450