EGHH Bournemouth

This is the home of our classic Channel Express Fleet of the early Eighties to late Nineties

These aircraft are what made Channel Express and it seem's only right that they should remain with our VA.

________________________Classic Fleet Inventory Bournemouth__________
Passenger Fleet
3# Handley Page Herald's G-AYMG, G-CEAS, G-BEYF 
2# Fokker F27-500's         G-CEXA, G-CEXB

Cargo Fleet
4# Lockheed Electra's  G-CEXS, G-CHNX, G-OFRT, N344HA
2# Handly Page Herald's  G-CEXP, G-BEZB.

Spare Aircraft
3# Fokker F27-500's G-CEXF, G-JEAE, G-BNIZ.

Airport facts and figures

Bournemouth International Airport
Bournemouth Airport logo.svg
Bournemouth Airport entrance 479421 24882208-by-Mike-Smith.jpg
The previous departures building in June 2007
Airport type Private
Owner/Operator Manchester Airports Group
Serves Bournemouth
Location Hurn, Dorset
Elevation AMSL 38 ft / 12 m
Coordinates 50°46′48″N 001°50′33″W / 50.78°N 1.8425°WCoordinates: 50°46′48″N 001°50′33″W / 50.78°N 1.8425°W
EGHH is located in Dorset
Location in Dorset
Direction Length Surface
m ft
08/26 2,271 7,451 Asphalt
Statistics (2011)
Passengers 613,755
Passenger change 10-11 decrease18.3%
Aircraft Movements 51,799

Movements change 10-11






Bournemouth Airport is situated on the edge of Hurn village in the Borough of Christchurch, 4 miles (6 km) north of Bournemouth, 1 mile (1.6 km) west of the A338 and approximately 100 miles (160 km) south west of London. The airport is accessible via the A31 from the M27 and M3 motorway to the east, and via the A35 to the west.

The nearest other airports serving the area are Exeter International Airport and Southampton Airport.