RAF Nutts Corner / Belfast

Historical approach and aerodrome charts

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

Location Indicator: GJHA, EGAA

User: Royal Air Force (RAF); from 1946 to 1963, Nutts Corner was the airport for Belfast.

In the 1950s

NDB approach chart Nutts Corner RAF Station (Belfast), United Kingdom 1954
NDB approach (April 1954) - The approach is unusual: The plane will first fly to the beacon at the airfield, cross it at 2360 feet and then descent further southwest to finally reverse and approach the airfield visually. Other airfields on this map: Aldergrove, Langford Lodge, Long Kesh, Maghaberry, Sydenham, Toome. (Source: DoD)
Aerodrome chart chart Nutts Corner RAF Station (Belfast), United Kingdom 1954
Aerodrome chart (April 1954) (Source: DoD)

In the 1960s

NDB approach chart RAF Nutts Corner (Belfast), United Kingdom 1960
NDB approach (October 1960) (Source: DoD)

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


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