With convenient access to the M25 and located only 40 miles from London city centre, Farnborough Airport is situated southwest of the capital. Your driver can get you there in just 1 hour and 20 minutes. London can also be reached by train in 30 minutes or via a 12 minute helicopter charter service to Battersea.
Farnborough is one of just two major London airports that accept dogs.
Yes, Farnborough Airport supports private jets.
Farnborough Airport Facts
Farnborough Airport has 2 runways (06 and 24). The airport handles around 50,000 aircraft movements every year.
Country: United Kingdom
Runway Length: 2440 metres
Tarmac Access: Yes
Slot Restriction: None
For aircraft, Farnborough Airport offers a comprehensive service wrap, including fuelling services, de-ice capability, and approved maintenance support. Opening hours for the airport are 0700-2200 Monday to Friday and 0800-2000 Weekends and Bank Holidays. The airport is closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
For passengers and crew, Farnborough Airport has one purpose-built terminal, housing a meeting room and a private lounge, with refreshments available. A passenger Pet Travel Scheme is operated, including the airports own Pet Travel Scheme Support Officer, ensuring safety and efficiency for those travelling with pets. Other passenger services include showers, concierge passenger and crew services, and on-site customs and immigrations clearance.
For late arrivals, or those looking to stay over, more than 15 hotels are conveniently located near to Farnborough Airport. In addition to the airports close proximity to London, it is also within a short distance of England’s South Coast, as well as popular tourist destinations such as Windsor and Stonehenge.