Shoreham (Brighton City) Airport is the oldest licenced Airport (established in 1910) in the UK with a unique beautiful Art Deco Grade II listed building built in 1936 that oozes history and charm and has many original internal features. Set in 200 acres of land with immediate unspoilt views over the South Downs and picturesque Lancing College Chapel. There are two restaurants situated at Shoreham Airport, one based in the main Art Deco Terminal Building.
The Airport can provide various areas for filming and is a popular location for many films particularly those of a historical nature, including Tenko, Fortunes of War, Poirot, Richard the Third and more recently the Da Vinci code.
We have a variety of visiting and residential aircraft ranging from the 1930's Tiger Moth to the RAF Harrier. Shoreham Airport proudly provides the location for the RAFA annual Airshow attracting over 40,000 people each year to view the array of interesting aircraft from all periods of aviation history.
Our Events and Marketing co-ordinator will assist with the smooth running of your filming, organize and supervise the preparations for shooting on the airport premises.
Easily located and situated to the west of Brighton and Hove City just south of the main A27 and north of the A259 in Shoreham-By-Sea.
For further information Tel: 01273 467373