The Airport is located adjacent to the A40 trunk road just two miles north of Haverfordwest.
Situated in the middle of the picturesque county of Pembrokeshire you are within easy reach of truly magnificent rolling countryside and spectacular beaches.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park also affords some of the most breathtaking coastal walks in the UK. Taxis can be arranged to take you to the beaches and National Coast Park.
In January 1974 Withybush Aerodrome, as it was then called, was licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
Since then, both Dyfed County Council and, from 1996, the re-established Pembrokeshire County Council have undertaken a steady development programme, which has established the airport as a high quality facility to support business and general aviation activity.
Haverfordwest is a great place to use as a stepping stone to Ireland and their website has a page dedicated to making all of that easy for pilots (there’s even links to the fuel rebate forms on the HMRC website!). Avgas and JET A1. Avoid local riding stables and residences on North runway 09/27. No overhead join when RH circuit is active. Propeller Café serves food. Radio is 122.200 PPR please.