Ballyboughal Airfield is a family run grass airfield within the Dublin Control Zone. It is home to several historical aircraft and Balheary model flying club. Local scouting groups also use the facility for Air-Skills and other educational activities. All of our aircraft movements are subject to flight plans and are monitored and controlled by the Dublin Airport Control Tower.

Locals and passers by are always welcome to stop by to look at the aircraft when they're out and maybe even go flying!

Visiting aircraft must make direct contact as movements are limited and only with prior permission.

Useful Links

Bray Air Display

http://brayairdisplay.com/

 

The Irish Aviation Authority 

https://www.iaa.ie/general-aviation

 

Executive Helicopters 

http://www.executive-helicopters.com/

 

Irish Light Aviation Society 

http://ilas.ie/

 

General Aviation Safety Council of Ireland

http://gasci.weebly.com/

Simtech
http://www.simtech.ie/simtech-experiences/

 

Navan Airfield 

http://www.navanairfield.com

 

Flying in Ireland

http://flyinginireland.com

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