London Heathrow Airport

Historical approach and aerodrome charts

For historical information only, do not use for navigation or aviation purposes!

Location Indicator: GALA, EGLL

In the 1950s

Approach chart London Heathrow Airport, United Kingdom 1951
Approach chart (March 1951) - Airfields in the vicinity: Brooklands, Croydon, Denham, Elstree, Fairoaks, Hendon, Kenley, Langley, Northolt, Wisley. (Source: US DoD)
Landing chart London Heathrow Airport EGLL, 1951
Landing chart (March 1951) - The field is equipped with extensive radio navigation equipment: ILS, GCA, SBA, VHF direction finder, Eureka and Range beacons (Source: US DoD)
Arrival routes London Heathrow
Arrival routes London (May 1951) - Shown are the routes from the airways (Amber 1, Amber 2, Blue 1, Green 1, Red 1, Red 2) to the field. (Source: US DoD)
Departure routes London Heathrow
Departure routes London (May 1951) (Source: US DoD)
Map of the holding patterns London Heathrow
Map of the holding patterns in the area of London (May 1951) (Source: US DoD)
ILS approach chart London Heathrow Airport runway 28L, United Kingdom 1954
ILS approach runway 28L (January 1954) - Interim edition (Source: US DoD)
ILS approach 10R London Heathrow EGLL, 1954
ILS approach runway 10R (May 1954) - Airfields in the vicinity: Blackbushe, Booker, Brooklands, Denham, Fairoaks, Farnborough, Langley, Northolt, White Waltham, Wisley, Woodley. (Source: US DoD)
ILS approach chart London Heathrow Airport runway 28L, 1954
ILS approach runway 28L (May 1954) (Source: US DoD)
Aerodrome chart chart London Heathrow Airport (EGLL), United Kingdom 1954
Aerodrome chart (May 1954) - 'Aerodrome undergoing extensive reconstruction' (Source: US DoD)

Source for all maps, if not marked otherwise: US Department of Defense (US DoD)


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